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Kay Foldvary papers relating to post-liberation Dachau

Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 1994.A.0188 | RG Number: RG-04.043

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    Contains "Recollections of Dachau, May 1945" and "Memories of Life in U.S. Army, 1942 and 116th Evacuation Hosp. in Europe 1944-1945," both written by Karessa (Kay Foldvary). The date of the memoirs is unknown. Both memoirs relate to Foldvary's experiences as a United States Army nurse at Dachau concentration camp after the liberation. Also includes 52 photographs of original photographs from a photo album compiled by Foldvary. The photos depict images of post-liberation Dachau and are accompanied by handwritten captions from Kay Foldvary.

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    Holder of Originals
    Kay Foldvary
    Both of the Foldvary memoirs are undated. They were donated together with the photographs of photos from the Foldvary album in Jan. 1994 via Howard Cylinder.
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