Liliane S. Dockett papers
The Liliane S. Dockett papers consist of identification papers, a memoir, photographs, and a store sign documenting Dockett’s childhood experiences as part of a Jewish family in occupied France.Identification papers include identification cards for Nety Hirsch (made in the name “Sarah Hirsch”) and her mother, Rose Hammer, and a photograph of David Hammer’s 1926 French naturalization certificate authorized by Pierre Laval. Dockett’s seven page memoir describes her childhood experiences during World War II, being protected from arrest and then going into hiding, the fates of some of her Jewish school friends, and immigrating to the United States. Photographs depict Rose Hammer wearing the yellow star and Dockett with her mother and sister. The store sign reads “Jüdisches Geschäft” and “Entreprise Juive” and had been placed on Liliane Dockett’s grandfather’s furrier business.
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Contains a memoir about Liliane S. Dockett's childhood years in a Paris suburb, the German army's occupation of France, and Liliane S. Dockett's hiding in a village near Beauvais