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David Wittner papers

Document | Accession Number: 1992.165

The papers consist of 18 photographs of Buchenwald concentration camp upon liberation; an envelope with"Please! Do Not Open" written on it, Nuremberg, Germany, c.1945; a note regarding Abraham Wiener, David Wittner's mother-in-law's nephew, written by David Wittner during his meeting with Robert Rensch, a survivor of Buchenwald, in Nuremberg, Germany, c. 1945; a letter written in Yiddish to Fannie Eagle Polkes from Abraham Wiener; a foreign money order receipt issued to Nathan Eagle for ten dollars to be sent to Abraham Weiner, July 1939; and Yiddish newspaper clippings from June 24, 1939, which include Abraham Weiner's advertisement looking for relatives in the United States.

Date
1939-1945
Language
Yiddish
English
Extent
18 photographs : black and white.
Extent
1 folder
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Record last modified: 2017-05-19 08:57:42
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