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Scheiner family papers

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    The Scheiner family papers consists of a German passport issued to David Scheiner, Bertha Scheiner Freud’s brother, on September 8, 1938; a German passport issued to Helene Scheiner, Bertha Freud’s sister-in-law, on May 6, 1940; a German certificate issued by S. Katz & Co. in Vienna, Austria stating that Berta (Bertha) Scheiner has been dismissed as part of the Aryanization of the company, June 30, 1938; a letter in German from the Oesterreichische Creditanstalt-Wiener Bankverein stating that the bearer Berta Scheiner is allowed to take RM 30 to England and that no other privileges have been granted, September 17, 1938; a 3-page handwritten letter in English from Ann Hartley to Berta Scheiner and Miss Salpeter regarding their cousin’s efforts to secure permits for them to come to England, May 23, 1938; and a personal account / memoir entitled “My Encounter with a Nazi Student,” by Esther Knopf Scheiner, Bertha Freud’s sister-in-law, February 1992.
    inclusive:  1938-1992
    bulk:  1938-1940

    Physical Details

    German English
    1 folder
    System of Arrangement
    The Scheiner family papers is arranged in a single series.

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    Administrative Notes

    Bertha S. Freud donated the Scheiner family papers to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 1997.
    Funding Note
    The cataloging of this collection has been supported by a grant from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.
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