Samuel Schalkowsky papers
Contains three black-and-white photographs, one letter, and two legal documents pertaining to Samuel Schalkowsky's post-World War II experiences as a displaced person following his internment in the Magdeburg Brabag concentration camp. The letter requests that Allied military personnel grant Mr. Schalkowsky any needed assistance in his attempts to locate his sister.
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Contains materials documenting the experiences of Samuel Schalkowsky during the Holocaust. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
Consists of post-war photographs of emigrant families embarking on their journeys by ship and by train, and one embarkation card for Samuel Schalkowsky on July 18, 1940 on the S.S. Marine Perch; also includes photocopy of letter certifying that Samuel Schalkowski [sic] should be permitted to wear his uniform on the ship, as he will be acting as an escort with the American Joint Distribution Committee.