Cohn family papers
The papers consist of documents relating to the Cohn family's experiences in Berlin, Germany, and the United Kingdom during the Holocaust. The subject matter pertains to the ability of Martin Cohn [donor's father] to practice dentistry as a Jew, the ultimate fate of members of the immediate and extended family, and restitution claims after the Holocaust. See attached list in accession file.
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Also in Susi Podgurski collection
Contains materials documenting the experiences of Susi Podgurski and her family. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
The Susi Cohn Podgurski collection consists of correspondence, photographs, and other documents relating to Susi Cohn Podgurski, a Kindertransport child, and her family remaining in Berlin, Germany. All postcards and letters are addressed to Susi Cohn unless otherwise indicated. Letters are arranged in the order of receipt by Susi Cohn Podgurski. The collection also includes documents related to Martin Cohn’s dental practice.
The collection consists of two portrait images of Susi Cohn [donor] and her sister, Hildelotte. The photographs were taken in Berlin, Germany, in the mid-1930s.