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    Contains photographs, identification documents, and medical records relating to the Sara Bak Ring donor's mother family: Meilech Ring (husband), Izaak Ring (son), and others. Photographs show Sara's family life in the DP camp in Speyer, Germany.
    inclusive:  1947-1951
    Collection Creator
    Ring family
    Sara Bak was a survivor of the Riga-Kaiserwald concentration camp in the Soviet Union (now Latvia). After liberation she traveled to Riga, Latvia, and was transferred to the DP camp in Speyer, Germany. Sara Bak married Meilech Ring in 1950, and the couple welcomed their first child on 29 Sept.1950. Sara along with her husband and child immigrated to the United States in Nov. 1951.

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    The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum received this collection from Marlene Ring in 2000.
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