Kahn and Lustig family papers
Consists of correspondence sent to the family of Ludwig (later Louis), Theresa, and Jo Ann (Hansi) Lustig, who left Germany in August 1939 and emigrated to the United States. The handwritten correspondence, dated between 1939-1943, was mainly sent by Theresa's father, Albert Kahn, who remained in Munich, Germany. The correspondence relates to family and emigration issues as well as the deteriorating situation for Jews in Germany. Albert Kahn was deported to Theresienstadt, where he died in September 1943; many other family members referenced in the correspondence also perished in the Holocaust.
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Also in Jo Ann Glickman collection
Contains materials donated by Jo Ann Glickman documenting her family's experiences during the Holocaust. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
Contains Jo Ann Glickman's English translations of correspondence, circa August 1939-March1943, primarily from her grandfather, Albert Kahn, from Munich, Germany, to her parents and her in the United States; reproductions of family photographs and papers, circa 1827-1996; Jo Ann Glickman's childhood recollections of life in prewar Germany and in the United States, to which she immigrated in 1939; and Kahn, Hainsfurther, Lustig, Eigner and Glickman family trees.