Ernö Goldstein papers
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Edith Goldstein Frankel
The papers consist of a photograph of a group of men seated outdoors wearing uniforms (Ernö Goldstein [donor's brother] seated first from right wearing an armband), five postcards written by Ernö Goldstein to his wife, Elisabeth, postmarked 1944, two newspapers, "Párizsi Magyarság," dated November 25, 1934, and "A Magyar Zsidók Lapja," dated March 18, 1943, and one 14-page handwritten manuscript by Ernö Goldstein.
Accretion: Copy print: 8th grade middle school class picture from Orthodox Jewish school DOB Street 35, in Budapest, Hungary; donor standing top row, 6th from right; original dated 1940; Copy print: 8th grade middle school class picture from Orthodox Jewish school DOB Street 35, in Budapest, Hungary; Imre Frankel (donor’s husband) standing 2nd row from top, 2nd from right; original dated 1940; Copy print: image of Klára Goldstein (donor’s sister), age 21, wearing polka dot blouse withvisible star of David badge; Budapest, Hungary; original dated 1944; Copy print: portrait of Jozsef and Szerén Goldstein (donor’s parents), both wearing star of David badges on their jackets; Budapest, Hungary; original dated 1944
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