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Sztejnsznajd family collection

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    Documents regarding the Sztejnsznajd family of Lutsk, Poland. Collection contains postcards, articles, forms, and documents relating to the family's life in Lutsk and also of their attempts to emigrate to the United States. The family left Poland and arrived in the United States in 1939, though many of the extended family perished in the Holocaust. The collection also contains 31 volumes in Hebrew and Polish of the children's periodical "Hakatan" from the newpaper "Olameinu" from 1936-1938 and 9 volumes of the newspaper "Olameinu" from 1938-1939 in Hebrew. Includes also one cardboard bound book, "Sefer Hayeled-Baolam Harachav," published in 1936. Book is written in Hebrew and contains some small black and white pictures.

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    Polish Hebrew
    1 box

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    Administrative Notes

    Sally Light (Sara Sztejnsznajd) donated her family's papers to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Photo Archives on Dec. 24, 2002.
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