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Nelly Toll collection

Collection
Collection Summary
The collection consists of six watercolors created by Nelly Landau (later Toll) during the Holocaust while living as a hidden child in Lwow, Poland.
Provenance
The collection was acquired by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 1999.
Date
1941-1944
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Watercolor of 2 children in a city square by a Jewish Polish girl in hiding

Object | Accession Number: 1999.4.1

Geography
creation: Lwow (Poland) (historic); Lviv (Ukraine)
Date
creation:  1944 January-1944 July

Watercolor of a girl giving her brother a bath by a Jewish Polish girl in hiding

Object | Accession Number: 1999.4.2

Geography
creation: Lwow (Poland) (historic); Lviv (Ukraine)
Date
creation:  approximately 1943 August-1944 July

Watercolor of a teacher with children by a Jewish Polish girl in hiding

Object | Accession Number: 1999.4.3

Geography
creation: Lwow (Poland) (historic); Lviv (Ukraine)
Date
creation:  approximately 1943 August-1944 July

Watercolor of a family dinner by a Jewish Polish girl in hiding

Object | Accession Number: 1999.4.4

Geography
creation: Lwow (Poland) (historic); Lviv (Ukraine)
Date
creation:  approximately 1943 August-1944 July
depiction:  after 1941 June-1941 December

Watercolor of a girl with a cow by a Jewish Polish girl in hiding

Object | Accession Number: 1999.4.5

Geography
creation: Lwow (Poland) (historic); Lviv (Ukraine)
Date
creation:  approximately 1943 August-1944 July
depiction:  after 1941 June-1941 December

Watercolor of a red building within the trees by a Jewish Polish girl in hiding

Object | Accession Number: 1999.4.6

Geography
creation: Lwow (Poland) (historic); Lviv (Ukraine)
Date
creation:  approximately 1943 August-1944 July
 
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