Henny M. Simon papers
Contains photocopied documents related to Rosenbaum family, including a German passport and other materials of Ludwig Rosenbaum, who emigrated from Hannover, Germany, to Shanghai in 1941; and the donor, Henny Rosenbaum Simon, whose typed testimony shows she was deported to Riga from Hannover in 1941, and then Stutthof, and was liberated by Red Army in January 1945.
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Also in Henny Markiewicz Simon collection
Contains materials documenting the experiences of Henny Markiewicz Simon. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
“Posie” or autograph book of Henny Rosenbaum, donor’s mother, first entry was written by Henny’s mother although not dated, reads (in translation): “Brilliantly sweet roses bring your life, but do not grumble if your thorn also stings you. Without dew, no flower can live. Without tears the soul does not ripen, to the lasting remembrance of your deeply loving mother.” Henny's mother was deported with Henny to Riga, Latvia and died in Kaiserwald concentration camp. Henny survived multiple camps and was liberated in 1945.