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Liny Yollick papers

Document | Accession Number: 1990.102 | RG Number: RG-10.415

The Liny Yollick papers were created in 1942 and include a “Sauf Conduit,” safe conduct pass in lieu of a national passport, issued to Liny Paula Pogin, Nice, France, 1942. A black and white photograph of Liny is affixed and a stamp of the emblem of the Regional Police of Nice. A pencil sketch of a man wearing a chef’s cap drawn by an unknown man that Liny befriended while in Nice, France, 1942. A postcard written in French and addressed to Liny in memory of time spent aboard the SS Nyassa. On the front of the postcard is a full color reproduction of a drawing of the SS Nyassa. A vaccination certificate issued by Henrique Miranda Ferreira, the ship’s doctor for the SS Nyassa, which certifies that Liny received her vaccinations, 1942.

creation:  1942
1 folder
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum collection, gift of Liny Yollick
Record last modified: 2021-11-10 13:38:08
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