Schachne Fränkel document
Contains an application document prepared by Schachne Fränkel (donor’s paternal grandfather), a merchant residing at 6 Józefa Street in Krakow since June 1930, submitted through the Jewish Community to German authorities, requesting permission to remain in the city; photograph attached; dated: August 9, 1940. Also includes a coversheet to the above document
1940 August 09
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Alexandra Fränkel Oppenheimer
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Also in Fränkel family collection
Contains materials related to the Holocaust experiences of the extended Fränkel family. Some of these materials may be unified into a single collection in the future.
Contains one postcard, sent from Hirsch Frankl (at address of Schachne Fränkel), from Brzesko Nowe, Poland, 4 June 1941, to his sister, Rosa Mondschick [?] in New York. In the letter, Frankl questions why she has not written recently, and asks her to contact the brother of his wife, who lives in New York, to see whether they could send them a package.
Contains two registration forms submitted by Erna Fränkel (donor’s paternal grandmother) and Juda Baruch Fränkel (donor’s father), in August 1940, in Krakow; postcards sent to relatives in the United States by Schachne Fränkel (donor’s grandfather) and his brother Josef, dated c. 1940-1941; and correspondence between members of the Fränkel and the Teichman families in different localities before the war.