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Goldstein/Gimpel genealogical information

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    Consists of family trees and genealogical information regarding the Goldstein and Gimpel/Enis families of Lwow, Poland, from 1586 to the present day. Includes photocopies of government registries in which the names of family members appear. Mr. Maximillian Goldstein, who perished with his family in the Janowska concentration camp in 1942, was a renowned collector of Judaica and the owner of the "Goldstein Collection."

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    Polish English Hebrew
    3 folders

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    Yosef Shaked donated this collection regarding his maternal relatives to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on Sep. 12, 2004.
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