Cytrynowski family papers
The collection consists of 47 letters and postcards written by Yechiel, Genia, and Miriam Cytrynowski in Łódź, Poland, to their son, Natan Cytrynowski Nathan Citri, in Palestine, dated February 1937 to August 1939; 4 Red Cross messages, dated 1941-1942, 3 written by Natan Cytrynowski to his parents in the Warsaw ghetto with their response on the reverse side and 1 written by Bronia Dinitz [maternal aunt of Nathan Citri] to her sister in the Warsaw ghetto; and 1 message to Natan Cytrynowski notifying him that Natan Schwalb telegrammed from Switzerland that Miriam Cytrynowski is well and sends her regards to her brother, dated February 9, 1943.
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Also in Cytrynowski family collection
Contains materials documenting the experiences of the Cytrynowski family during the Holocaust. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
The collection consists of letters and postcards that were sent to Nathan Citri in Palestine from his parents,Yechiel and Genia Cytrynowski, and his sister, Miriam Cytrynowski, in Łódź, Poland.