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Deborah Gaynes photographs

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    Consists of photographs of the extended family of Chaim Ariyah and Esther Chasen, originally of Grodno, Poland. The family moved to Vilna after World War I. Most of the members of the family were killed in Ponar during the Holocaust. Also includes photographs taken upon the liberation of the Landsberg-Kaufering IV concentration camp, taken by Albert Gaynes, a member of the 12th Armored Division as well as a folder of photocopies of letters written by Mr. Gaynes about his experiences liberating the camp.

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    Yiddish English
    Photographs. Letters.
    1 folder

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    Deborah Gaynes donated this collection regarding her mother's family and her husband's liberation experiences to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on May 14, 1997.
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