Honigberg family papers
Collection of documents, identification cards, certificates, receipts, school book, calling card, membership card, and transcript that relate to the Honigberg family's life in Poland before the Holocaust, their efforts to flee Europe, and their immigration to the United States of America.
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Also in Honigberg family collection
Contains materials documenting the experiences of the Honigberg family during and after the Holocaust. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
The collection documents the Honigberg family’s emigration from Vilnius, Lithuania to Japan in 1940 and then to the United States with the use of transit visas supplied by Chiune Sugihara of the Japanese consulate in Kaunas, Lithuania, in August 1940. Included are three visas issued to Rikla (Rajzla Matla) Honigberg, her husband Zelik Honigberg, and their son; one Polish identification document issued to Rajzla, and two photographic copies of Polish consulate certificates. Also included are three photocopies of photographs with annotations depicting the Honigberg family during their immigration from Japan to the United States in 1941.