Felix Librach papers
The Felix Librach papers consist of biographical materials, correspondence, diaries and notes, emigration and immigration records, and kibbutz records documenting Felix, Martin, and Sophie Librach's emigration from Germany and Poland to Palestine in the 1930s, their lives in Palestine and Israel, their parents' experiences in Łódź, and Felix’s involvement with the kibbutz in Hulata.
Biographical materials include identification papers for Felix Librach and obituaries for Martin Librach.
Correspondence files primarily consist of letters and postcards from Martin Librach in Germany, Poland, Palestine, and Israel to Felix Librach in Palestine and Israel describing Martin’s health, emigration plans, and life in Israel and conveying greetings and news. Additional correspondence from friends in Germany, the Netherlands, Palestine, and Israel also conveys greetings and news.
Diaries and notes include small diaries and notes by Felix Librach.
Emigration and immigration records include correspondence and printed materials from German and Palestinian organizations aiding the Librachs with their emigration plans, a Palestine Department of Health form, Felix Librach’s Palestinian certificate of naturalization, tickets, a packing list, and an address list.
Kibbutz Hulata materials include correspondence, notes, newsletters, and drafts of newsletters documenting Felix Librach’s involvement with the kibbutz in Hulata.
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