Dr. Fred Flatau papers
Consists of materials related to the wartime experiences of the Flatau family, who escaped from Germany to Italy in 1940 living first in the Ferramonte camp and then in Rome, Italy. In 1944, they came to the United States as part of a refugee group living at Fort Ontario in Oswego, New York. Includes a 1941 certificate of good citizenship, baptismal certificates and identity cards for Dr. Ernest Flatau and Anna Maria (Anny) Goldschmidt, a photo of Ernest and Anna with their two sons, Fred and Rolf, 13 tourist photographic postcards of the Collegio S. Leone Magno in Rome, and Alfred Flatau's 1947 Boy Scout identity card in New York.
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