Dr. Eugenia Pinski papers
The papers consist of photographs and documents relating to Eugenia Prawer Pinski and her family in Będzin, Poland, before, during, and after World War II. Included in the documents are Eugenia Pinski's high-school identification card from the Fürstenberg Gymnasium in Będzin, an authorization from the Będzin mayor to confiscate a desk from the Prawer family, and a certificate issued by Alfred Rossner, owner of clothing workshops in the Będzin ghetto, claiming that the sewing machine belonging to Luba Prawer donor's mother has been reserved for use in Rossner's workshops.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Eugenia Pinski
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Also in Dr. Eugenia Pinski collection
Contains materials donated by Dr. Eugenia Pinski regarding her family's experiences. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
Temporary identity document issued to Luba Bendetowicz (donor's mother; born in 1904 in Bedzin), dated February 9, 1920. Also contains a "Work Register for Foreigners," a false identification issued for the name of Juljana Domagala nee Bendetowitsch [Luba Bendetowicz Prawer; donor's mother), issued August 24, 1943 in Einsleben, Germany.