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Salomon family papers

Document | Accession Number: 1998.A.0222

The Salomon family papers consists of correspondence and emigration and immigration files documenting Hermann, Edith, and Brigitte Salomon’s unsuccessful efforts to immigrate to the United States from Berlin. The collection also includes correspondence from Marianne Adler, Hermann and Edith’s daughter, and Elsbeth Stern, Hermann’s sister, documenting their efforts to bring their family to the Unites States.

Salomon family correspondence includes wartime letters among Hermann, Edith, and Brigitte Salomon to Marianne Adler and Elsbeth Stern about Hermann, Edith, and Brigitte’s efforts to immigrate to the United States, discussions on other options for leaving Berlin, and news of family members and friends. Wartime correspondence also includes letters between Marianne Adler and Elsbeth Stern about their daily lives and their efforts to help Hermann, Edith, and Brigitte immigrate to the United States.

Emigration and immigration files include requests for affidavits, visa approvals, transportation arrangements, and correspondence with government agencies and aid organizations documenting the unsuccessful efforts to bring Hermann, Edith and Brigitte to the United States. This series also includes confirmation of Hermann, Edith, and Brigitte’s safety after the war.

Date
inclusive:  1938-1945
Language
German
English
Extent
1 box
 
Record last modified: 2021-11-10 13:01:08
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