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Ziegler family papers

Document | Accession Number: 2002.246.1

The collection documents the Holocaust-era experiences of the Ziegler family, originally of Bóbrka, Poland (Bóbrka, Ukraine), including their time spend hidden in a cellar on a farm in Lanki, Poland, post-war life in the Föhrenwald displaced persons camp, and their immigration to the United States in 1949. Included are documents, photographs, a notebook, and scrip from the Łódź ghetto. Documents include pre-war records such identification papers, a report card, and a marriage certificate and Ketubah; a certificate from the Bóbrka Landkommissar allowing the Ziegler family to live outside of the Bóbrka ghetto; post-war documents from the Föhrenwald DP camp, ORT papers, immigration paperwork, and reparations documents. Photographs include pre-war depictions of the family in Bóbrka, and post-war depictions in Föhrenwald and the United States. Also included is a notebook with textile patterns belonging to Frieda Ziegler used while studying in the ORT program in Föhrenwald.

Date
inclusive:  1916-1982
bulk:  1939-1951
Language
Polish
English
Genre/Form
Photographs.
Scrip.
Extent
1 box
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Carol Perlman
 
Record last modified: 2021-05-25 15:06:11
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