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Theodore Frankel collection

Document | Accession Number: 2004.249

This collection consists of correspondence to Theodore Frankel from friends and family after his emigration from Danzig to New York City in 1939, to attend Yeshiva University. Included is correspondence from his parents, Erna and Max Frankel, who remained in Danzig and perished in the Holocaust as well as correspondence from his brother Harry Frankel and other family members in Israel, the Netherlands, and England. Also included is a Danzig souvenir photograph album containing photographs of the family and of friends and copies of articles written in "Commentary," by Theodore Frankel in the 1950s about his experiences regarding antisemitism and the Holocaust.

inclusive:  1939-1957
2 boxes
1 oversize box
1 folder
Record last modified: 2023-02-24 14:09:18
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