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United Kletzker Relief papers

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    The collection contains one letter from the United Kletzker Relief asking for the donation of clothing, three United Kletzker Relief booklets, a black and white photograph of the Arrangement Committee of the Kletzker United Relief (1936), and a black and white picture postcard (1932) of Stephen Feinbergand Marjorie Nissen's family members standing next to the tombstone of Yitzhak Moshe, son of Yaakov Kapol.

    The United Kletzker Relief, composed of those American Jews originally from Kletzk, reorganized themselves to assist survivors of Nazi atrocities. They formed the Independent Kletzker Society, Kletzker Young Men's Benevolent Association, Lodge 419, Jewish People's Fraternal order, Kletzker Ladies Society, Kletzker Young Ladies Society.
    inclusive:  1929-1945

    Physical Details

    Yiddish English
    1 folder

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    The Museum is in the process of determining the possible use restrictions that may apply to material(s) in this collection.

    Administrative Notes

    Marjorie Nissen sent this collection to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum via her nephew, Stephen Feinberg of the Education Division. There are some family photographs in the Photo Archives. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Photo Archives transferred a black and white photograph and a black and white picture postcard in April 2000.
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