Anna Prager photographs
The collection consists of photographs documenting the Holocaust-era experiences of Anna Prager (born Chana Frydman) and her family, originally of Chmielnik, Poland. Included are depictions of Anna as a child in Chmielnik, her maternal aunts and uncles, her father Ick Frydman in the Polish Army in August 1939, her family's escape to Siberia and later Uzbekistan, the Frydman and Sylman families in Kielce, Poland, on February 20, 1946, Anna and her family in in Sweden from 1946 to 1949, and Anna’s maternal grandmother and Aunt Chava.
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Also in Anna Friedman Prager collection
Contains materials documenting the experiences of Anna Friedman Prager and her family during and after the Holocaust. Some of these materials may be unified into a single collection in the future.
Collection consists of 21 postcards and eight letters written by different members of the Sylman family in Chmielnik to Icek, Tema and Haneczka Frydman in Siberia; dates August 1940-May 1941; location Chmielnik ghetto in Poland, in Polish.
The collection consists of photographs documenting the Holocaust-era experiences of Anna Prager (born Chana Frydman) and her family, originally of Chmielnik, Poland. Contains photographs and color slides depicting Anna's family before World War II in Poland and after World War II in Sweden, Germany, and the United States.