Flora Hogman papers
The papers consist of documents, correspondence, photographs, and translations of letters from Czechoslovakia, Italy, and France relating to Flora Hogman's and her family's experiences before, during, and after World War II.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Flora Hogman
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Also in Flora Hogman family collection
The collection consists of a book, correspondence, documents, photographs, and translations of letters from Czechoslovakia, Italy, and France relating to the experiences of Flora Hogman and her family before, during, and after World War II.
New Testament given to Flora Hillel by her adoptive family, the Hogmans, on the occasion of her baptism into the Protestant Church in Cannes, France, on May 13, 1951. Flora was seven in June 1942 when her mother, Stephanie, put her in the Maison d'accueil in Venice, Italy. In 1943, Stephanie took Flora out of the Maison d'accueil and placed her in a convent run by the Poor Clares (Ordre de Saint Claire) in Nice, France. Later that year, Stephanie was captured and sent to Drancy transit camp in France. She next was deported to Auschwitz concentration camp and killed in October 1943. Flora was moved from the convent to several different hiding places. When the war ended in France in late 1944, she was living with the Hogman family. When her mother never returned, the family decided to adopt Flora.