Stamm family papers
The Stamm family papers consist of correspondence and lists documenting Anna and Gustav Stamm, their immigration to the United States in 1939, and Silbermann and Stamm family members and friends they left behind in Berlin and Frankfurt am Main. The correspondence describes loneliness; employment and health issues; hopes and plans for immigration to America, Brazil, Australia, and Shanghai; requests for financial help; gratitude for packages; and the birth of a baby boy. A 1939 list details the contents of one of the suitcases Anna Stamm brought to America, and a photocopy of a 1942 Theresienstadt transport list includes the names of Amalie Silbermann and Isidor Stamm.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum collection, gift of Lee Agree and Stanley Stamm
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