Susanne Rappoport Ripton papers
The papers consist of two Rosh Hashanah cards, one with a photograph of a man and woman and bearing the greeting "Bonne Annee" and the other with a printed color image of a family participating in a Jewish ceremony, and a photograph of a man and three women standing outdoors.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Susanne Ripton
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Also in Susanne Rappaport Ripton collection
Contains materials related to the Holocaust-era experiences of Susanne Rappaport Ripton and her family. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
The postcard was written by Josef Rappaport, Susanne Rappaport Ripton's father, from Jawischowitz (subcamp of Auschwitz) to Mme. Colombe, dated 10.6.43, asking about the condition of Bert, his son, and about his wife who is in Drancy. Postcard ends with perhaps a coded message: "I asked you to see grocerie (spices)."
Consists of a Rosh Hashanah card bearing a photograph of Susanne Rappaport Ripton and her parents, Josek and Nelly Rappoport, in the center, surrounded by a horseshoe, birds, and flowers. "Happy New Year" is printed in both Hebrew and French.