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Jack Sutin collection

Document | Accession Number: 1999.310.1

The Jack Sutin collection consists of photographs, negatives, film, identification documents, and certificates relating to the experiences of the Sutin family in the displaced persons' camp Neu Freimann-Siedlung in Germany. The moving images and still photography were shot by Jack Sutin in his capacity as photo journalist for the Yiddish newspaper, “Jidisze Cajtung.” The film footage features daily scenes and sporting events in Neu Freimann, Sutin family footage, and a meeting of the Third Congress of the Shearit Ha-Pletah in Munich. Also included are newspaper clippings and magazines.

inclusive:  1945-1949
1 oversize folder
1 box
Credit Line
Standard citation for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Curatorial Affairs Division, Steven Spielberg Film and Video Archive
Record last modified: 2020-08-19 13:07:27
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