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    Contains of one copyprint of Lev Aronson playing the cello as a young man and numerous articles about Mr. Aronson's career as a cellist and experiences during the Holocaust. He was born in Munich Germany, and raised in Riga, Latvia, where he became the principal cellist of the Riga Symphony before World War II. Mr. Aronson spent four years in various German and Soviet concentration camps before emigrating to the United States in 1948 and settling in Dallas, Texas.

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    English Yiddish
    1 folder

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    Selma Mennis donated this information about Lev Aronson, a family friend and teacher, to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives on Sep. 24, 2004.
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