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Rina Rubinstein collection

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    Consists of a brief history of the Holocaust experiences of Rina Rubinstein, originally of Kovno, Lithuania. She survived the war in hiding in Lithuania, though her parents, Max and Eida Judelevich Gilde, perished in the Kovno ghetto. Also includes copies of family photographs, including photographs of her parents and her rescuers, Yulia and Arejas Vitkauskene, as well as a copy of a letter written by her parents to family members telling them that they had placed Rina in hiding.

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    1 folder

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    Administrative Notes

    Dr.Rina Rubinstein donated this collection to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on Apr. 4, 2004.
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