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Spector family papers

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    Consists of one affidavit, dated 1939, in which Mr. Hyman Spector of Brooklyn, NY, pledges to support members of the Wielodrotz family wishing to emigrate to the United States from Germany, as well as two telegrams written in 1945 by Yetta Spector requesting information on missing family members and two postcards from the American Red Cross, which was unable to locate the missing people.

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    1 folder

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    William Lowenberg donated this material to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on Oct. 12, 2004. He has no recollection of the person who gave him the collection.
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