- The questionnaire ("Fragebogen zur erstmaligen Meldung der Heilberufe") contains information about Gitla Wilenska, a Jewish dental technician from Warsaw, Poland.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of John and Melanie Balzer
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- Personal Name
- Wilenska, Gitla.
- Holder of Originals
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
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- Permanent Collection
- The questionnaire was purchased at auction by John and Melanie Balzer in 1998 and was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum by John and Melanie Balzer in 1998.
Issued to Gitla Wilenska, Warsaw, Poland. Purchased at auction by John and Melanie Balzer, April 1998. Donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 1998 by John and Melanie Balzer.
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