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Edith David postcard from the Lublin ghetto

Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 1991.A.0070 | RG Number: RG-05.005.01

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    Consists of a postcard written by Edith David to a gentile friend in Düggenheim (Eifel region), Germany, from the ghetto at Lublin, Poland. The postcard simply states that Edith and her mother are doing well and have met many acquaintances in Lublin. She expresses her hope to receive word back from the addressee, Frau Wnr. Heinr. Brck
    Edith David was deported to Lublin at the age of 14 with her mother. She was never heard from again.
    creation:  1942
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    United States Holocaust Memorial Collection, Gift of Selma Abensohn

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    Edith David wrote the postcard while at Lublin and mailed it to a "Gentile" friend of the family in Dngenheim, Germany. The postcard was forwarded to Selma D. Abensohn after World War II. Abensohn donated the postcard to United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in July 1991 via Michael Berenbaum.
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