Bramson family photographs
Consists of pre-war and post-war photographs of the Bramson family, originally of Ostrov, Russia, taken between 1923-1956. The bulk of the photographs are portraits of the Bramson family, taken in Berlin, Germany; Leningrad, Russia (now St. Petersburg); and Ostrov, Russia. One photograph depicts Alexander Bramson who was a part of the French resistance during the World War II. He is standing in the center between Isaac Bramson and Eujenk Yofe Bramson. Also includes photographs of Dr. Leon Bramson, who founded the World ORT Union in 1921.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Esfir Bramson-Alperniene
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