Oscar Dulitzki papers
Consists of three Identity documents: 1)“Carte d’Identité” issued to “Oscar Henri Doulet” (donor’s false identity), on 27 May 1944,, in Drôme, France; 2) “Carte d’Identité d’Étranger” issued in 1941 in Moissac, France, to “Oscar Nathan Doulitchy” (donor), marked with “Juif”stamp on the inside; 3) “Carte d’Identité,”including a photograph of the bearer, issued to “Oscar Henri Doulet” (donor’s false identity); and 4) a birth certificate: “Bulletin de Naissance” issued in Asson, France in May 1944 to “Oscar Henri Doulet” (donor’s false identity).
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Also in Oscar Dulitzki collection
Contains materials documenting the experiences of Oscar Dulitzki during the Holocaust. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
The collection consists of photographs depicting the Holocaust-era experiences of Oscar Dulitzki (born Oscar Doulitchy), originally of Paris, France, primarily documenting Oscar’s time in a Jewish orphanage in Moissac, France. Photograph depictions include a group portrait of children and counselors in a Jewish orphanage in Moissac in 1940-1941, Oscar is standing on left in the second row from top, in the first row in the middle is Mme Shatta Simon, director of the orphanage; group of Jewish scouts in Moissac orphanage, Oscar is second from left with a rope on his arm, circa 1941; group of Jewish boys wearing uniforms of “Eclaireurs Unionists” (Protestant scouts), summer 1942 ; the house of the Jewish orphanage in Moissac, 1943; group portrait of Jewish children in St. Affrique, winter 1940; Oscar in the Israeli Army, circa 1949. Also included is one negative depicting Oscar’s mother Perla Edelstein Doulitchy.