Halina Dubnov papers
The collection consists of post-war photographs relating to Halina Lutecka, who survived the war in hiding, and her rescuers, Maria Guga and Julia Postula, in Lvov, Poland (Lviv, Ukraine) as well as photographs from a visit to Yad Vashem in front of a commemorative plaque in honor of Maria Guga and Julia Postula.
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Also in Halina Dubnov collection
Contains materials documenting the experiences of Halina Dubnov and her family. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
The papers consist of a four-page offprint entitled "My, Żydzi polscy..." ("We, the Polish Jews") by Julian Tuwim that was published in 1944 in Tel Aviv, Israel, and four photographs. The photographs depict a Ukrainian kindergarten in Lviv, Ukraine, in summer 1944 [donor sits fourth from left in the first row]; "Halina Lutecka" [real name: Ziuta Ringler] [donor] dressed as "snow girl" in Lviv on Jan. 1, 1948; Halina performing in a school production in Lviv in 1948 or 1949; and Halina with her distant relative, Irena Markowska-Zizer, who took care of her from 1948.