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Gertrude Kupferblum Russi collection

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    Consists of one memoir, untitled, written by Gertrude (Gert) Kupferblum Russi in September 2002, describing her experiences in Poland and Italy in the 1930s and her immigration to the United States with her husband, Simon, in 1938, in order to escape the Holocaust. Also includes one photograph, taken in 1920, of Simon Russi with his family, one photograph, dated 1936, of Gertrude Kupferblum with a friend, and one photograph of Gertrude Kupferblum with her brother Henry in 1937.

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    1 folder

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    Administrative Notes

    Gertrude Kupferblum Russi donated this collection to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on Oct. 3, 2001. Mrs. Russi passed away in the spring of 2006, and her daughter, Rosemarie Russi Howe, completed the donation.
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