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Marian H. Moss and family papers

Document | Accession Number: 1995.A.0282

Correspondence from Hela Rosen, in Sweden, to Marian (Mania) Horn, in Boston, 1947. The correspondents knew each other from Poland, and Rosen was writing as a DP to Horn after the war. Also are photographs of several people, most appear to be pre-war (1937-1939) and are inscribed on the back. Also included is one postcard sent by Horn to her mother, Rywka Horn, in the Łódź ghetto, July 1940; in it, she expresses worry about family, not having heard anything from them in 4 months, and postcard was returned to Horn in New York with stamp from authorities saying it was not deliverable, addressees could not be found.

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