Zvi and Jutta Bergman papers
The collection of photographs and one calling card depicting the Szmirgeld and Bergman families before World War II, during the war in the ghetto in Łódź, Poland, and Zionist and religious activities in the ghetto and in a displaced persons camp after liberation as well as during their internment in Cyprus.
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Also in Henryk Zvi and Jutta Bergman collection
Contains materials documenting the experiences of the Szmirgeld and Bergman families before, during, and after the Holocaust. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
The papers consist of five photographs of images of Jutta Szmirgeld Bergman, her brother, Simon, and their mother; four photographs of images of the Bergman family before World War II in Łódź, Poland; an invitation for the marriage of Jutta Szmirgeld and Henryk Zvi Bergman on July 2, 1946; and a document issued to Jutta Bergman that permits her to reside in Palestine as a legal immigrant.