Mina Perlberger papers
Includes a typescript of "Buried Alive: A Diary" written by Mina Glücksman Perlberger in 1984. "Buried Alive" describes Perlberger's experiences as a young Polish Jew in hiding during the Holocaust. Also includes a compilation of eight poems by Perlberger relating to her Holocaust experiences and a list of family members deported and/or murdered during the Holocaust.
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Also in Mina Perlberger collection
Contains materials donated by Mina Perlberger documenting her experiences and the experiences of her husband, Alexander Perlberger, during the Holocaust. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
Consists of the typescript memoir entitled "The Life of Alexander Perlberger, Shortly Before and Shortly After the Second World War" written by his widow, Mina Perlberger. The memoir describes the life of Mr. Perlberger from adolescence until his death. She includes information about Perlberger's imprisonment in concentration camps in Poland, his experiences during Kristallnacht, his enlistment in the Red Army, and his emigration to the United States.