Chaim Kozienicki papers
The papers consist of 71 photographs relating to the Kozienicki family before World War II in Łódź, Poland, immediately after liberation in Sweden, and in Atlit camp after arriving in Palestine. Also included in the papers are a photograph album and three identification cards issued to Chaim Kozienicki by the government of Palestine.
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Also in Chaim Kozienicki collection
These collections contain materials related to the Holocaust experiences of the Kozienicki family. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
The papers consist of two postcards to Chaim Kozienicki, who was living in Palestine, from Mala Maroko, his girlfriend who was living in Malmö, Sweden. She sends him best wishes for the Jewish New Year and provides news about mutual friends. The postcards are addressed to "Josef Rodlepmurt" which is "Josef Trumpeldor" spelled backwards.
Contains an autograph book and loose documents, made and kept secretly by Estera Zalcberg (donor's late wife) in the Peterswaldau forced labor camp (a sub-camp of Gross Rosen) in 1944 and until liberation on May 8, 1945. Other entries were made in the children's home in Chorzów after the war. Estera was born February 20, 1928 in Janów near Czestochowa, and lived in Bedzin. Her two brother Shmuel and Israel survived the Holocaust, but her sister Tauba, brother Mordechai, and father Menachem Zalcberg all perished. Also includes an identification card issued in the Łódź ghetto Szulim Kozienicki (donor's father) on November 2, 1943. Szulim and Chaja Sara Kozienicki were murdered in Auschwitz Birkenau in August 1944.