Mini Chazen photographs
The collection consists of copyprint photographs depicting Mini Chazen (born Mini Oppenheimer), originally of Frankfurt am Main, Germany, and her family prior to fleeing Germany in 1939. Depictions include a group portrait, Mini’s sibling Eli, Mini and her siblings among other children in the Bergerac orphanage, and Mini with her siblings.
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Also in Mini Chazen collection
The collection consists of one oval metal pin, one charm featuring a Star of David, and photographs that depict members of the Chazen family before the Holocaust and three of the Chazen siblings at various locations throughout France. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
The oval-shaped brooch has three silver-colored filigree circles on either side of a larger circle with a Star of David design The brooch was given to Mini Chazen by her parents prior to her escape from Germany in 1939
The charm depicts a Star of David with a central portion of blue enamel and Hebrew lettering The charm was given to Mini Chazen by her parents prior to her escape from Germany in 1939
The collection consists of photographs depicting Mini Chazen (born Mini Oppenheimer), originally of Frankfurt am Main, Germany, and her family prior to their flight from Germany to France, her siblings and other children in hiding at Château Montintin and Marseille in France, and Mini’s brother Eli Oppenheimer.