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Ada Feingold papers

Document | Accession Number: 2002.56

The Ada Feingold papers include two drafts of her memoirs describing the Warsaw ghetto and uprising, correspondence with Ada’s mother in the United States, a photograph labeled “W-wa ghetto 1942 Ala I Alek Młynek (Skotnicki),” a list of surviving Jews in Warsaw as of June 5, 1945 compiled by the Central Jewish Committee in Poland, a 1945 Berlin train ticket, registration certificates documenting Ada’s postwar presence in Łódź, Warsaw, Białystok, and Göteborg and her petition for naturalization in the United States, acknowledgements documenting Ada’s efforts to receive restitution, and a book report Ada wrote about Silas Mariner for an English class.

Date
1939-1957  (inclusive)
Language
Polish
English
Extent
8 folders
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Record last modified: 2018-03-06 08:57:52
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