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Mieczyslaw Cegielski photograph collection

Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 1992.116

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    The collection consists of a photograph of Aleksander Stasiak as a young man and a photograph of Gustawa (Gitla) Braun Cygielsztrajach donor's mother at age 26 taken around 1918. Aleksander Stasiak was a neighbor of the Cygielsztrajach family and hid the donor's sister, Zosia, during World War II. Gustawa Cygielsztrajach died in the ghetto in Warsaw, Poland, in December 1941 at the age of 49.
    circa 1918

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    1 folder

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    The photograph of Aleksander Stasiak was sent to Mitch (Mieczyslaw) Cegielski by Marzena Kasztankiewicz, Stasiak's great-niece. The collection was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum by Mitch Cegielski in 1992.
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