Ohringer and Weil family papers
1 oversize box
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Jack Ohringer
Documents, correspondence and journal illustrating the experiences of Inge Ohringer [nee Weil] and her husband Sigmund Ohringer and their extended families. Inge, her father Arthur and step-mother Anneliese left Germany in 1939 on the MS St. Louis, disembarked in England, and eventually immigrated to the United States in 1941. Sigmund Ohringer had fled Nazi Germany earlier, arriving in the US in the late 1930s, as did his three brothers. Also included in the collection are letters from Camp de Gurs from Anneliese's parents, Julius and Klara Weil, who did not survive, as well as photographs, framed photos, correspondence, documents, and a family tree.
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