Margalit Katz Harel papers
The collection documents the Holocaust-era experiences of Margalit Katz Harel, originally of Chernivtsi, Ukraine, and her family. Documents consist of identification papers issued to Margalit’s mother Mitzi Katz as a resident of the Mogliev ghetto (Mahili︠o︡ŭ, Belarus). Photographs include pre-war depictions of Margalit in Chernivtsi and her maternal grandparents Yehudit Bartfeld Simche and Chaim Simche. A group photograph taken in Cacica, Romania in 1933 depicts the following people: Margalit, seated on left; Margalit’s second cousin Lizzi Dermar is seated on the right. Behind Margalit is her maternal aunt Berta Simche and standing right is Lizzi’s mother Mancia Dermer.
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Also in Margalit Katz Harel collection
Consists of documents issued to Mitzi Katz, the donor's mother, in the Mahiliou (Mogilev) ghetto in Belarus; photographs of Margalit Katz Harel as a child and of her relatives; and a belt belonging to a young girl who was killed in Transnistria, Ukraine, during the Holocaust
The belt is made of black wool fabric decorated with multi-colored flower appliques and has tie cords which are attached to metal loops The belt belonged to a young girl who was killed in Transnistria, Ukraine, during the Holocaust. The girl's relative, Klara Hernes, gave the belt to the donor after World War II