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Leontyna Davies questionnaire transcript and photo album

Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 1993.A.0010 | RG Number: RG-02.070.01

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    Contains information about Leontyna Opocynska Davies' experiences in her hometown of Nowy Sacz, Poland, and the ghettos of Stary Sacz and Krakow; her forced labor at the AEG - Allgemeine Elektrizitägss Gesellschaft Kabel factory in Płaszów; her internment at Auschwitz; and her survival of a death march in Germany. Also included are pages of an album containing photos of the Opocynski family in the Stary Sacz ghetto. The album contains notations and photo identifications made by Leontyna Davies.
    Collection Creator
    Leontyna (Tina) Davies
    Leontyna (Tina) Davies Opoczynska, a Jewish survivor, was born on 23 March 1921 in Kraków, Poland. She was a survivor of Auschwitz.

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    English Polish
    1 folder
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    Holder of Originals
    Richard Davies
    Richard Davies, son of donor, sent her completed questionnaire to Mr. Robert Buckley in Dec. 1991. (The date on which it was completed is not indicated in the questionnaire text.) Mr.Buckley turned over the questionnaire to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Oral History Department in Feb. 1992. Apparently, that department already had on file the photocopies of family album pages that form the other part of the accession. In Nov. 1992, The Oral History Department transferred to United States Holocaust Memorial MuseumA both the questionnaire and the album pages, while retaining copies in its own departmental files to supplement its taped interview with Ms. Davies.
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