Alfred Eisner papers
The collection documents the Holocaust experiences of Alfred Eisner, originally of Teplice-Šanov, Czechoslovakia (Teplice, Czech Republic), including his deportation to the Theresienstadt concentration camp in 1944. Included are a registration certificate issued to Alfred by the Czechoslovakian Repatriation Office and an identification card issued to Alfred by the Sdruz̆ení Osvobozených Politických Vězňů A Pozustalých (SOPVP) in Budejovice, Czechoslovakia (now Ceské Budejovice, Czech Republic).
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Also in Alfred Eisner collection
These materials concern Alfred Eisner and his family's experiences in Czechoslovakia during the Holocaust. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
Consists of private correspondence. The letters were written by Artur Eisner to members of his family and a friend in Prague, Czechoslovakia, from DAF labor camps where he was being interned. One of the DAF Camps was in Poznán, Poland.
Consists of six photographs of the Eisner family of Prague, Czechoslovakia. Includes photographs of Rudolph and Karel Eisner, and Elsa, Laura, and Klara Eisnerova. All pictured perished in Auschwitz.