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Frances Maisel collection

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    Consists of documentation regarding attempts by Samuel Friedman and Moses Goldberg (both of New York City) in 1941, to obtain a visa for Szolim Ejcer of Plunge, Lithuania. Mr. Ejcer was the twenty-three-year-old nephew of both Mr. Friedman and Mr. Goldberg. The paperwork includes affidavits of support, a photograph of Mr. Goldberg, and a 1942 envelope which returned from Lithuania stating that Mr. Ejcer's whereabouts were unknown.

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    1 folder

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    Frances Maisel donated this collection to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives on Dec. 12, 2003.
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