Cila Rudashevsky papers
The collection consists of a photograph of school children in Vilna, Poland, two song sheets from Poppendorf DP camp, a school certificate from Emden DP camp, identification cards, and certificates documenting passage on the "Exodus 1947" relating to Pola and Shoshana Rudaszewska [donor and donor's mother] and their experiences immediately following the Holocaust.
Accretion: collection of photogarphs of preWWII and wartime images of Cila Rudashevsky and her family from the Soviet Union, Vilna, Uzbekistan, and the Leipheim and Emden DP camps
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Cila Rudashevsky and Genya Markon
Record last modified: 2020-07-28 17:05:00
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Also in Cila Rudashevsky collection
Contains materials documenting the Holocaust experiences of Cila Rudashevsky. Some of these materials may be unified into a single collection in the future.
Two report cards issued to the donor for her schooling in Landsberg displaced persons camp.
Contains a portrait photograph of Frieda Rudashevsky (donor's cousin) who was born in prison in Sverdlovsk, USSR; a portrait photograph of Rachel Jurer (donor's paternal grandmother) who perished in the Vilna ghetto; and a portrait photograph of David Jurer (donor's paternal grandfather) who died during the Holocaust.