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Rachela and Isaak Friedman papers

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    The papers consist of two police certificates issued in Theresienstadt on July 18, 1945, attesting to the residency of Rachela and Isaak Friedman [donor's parents]; a drivers license issued to Isaak Friedman in Landsberg am Lech, Germany, on September 11, 1946; a certificate issued to Rachela Friedman in Landsberg am Lech on September 11, 1945, identifying her as a political prisoner interned in Flossenbürg concentration camp; and a Jewish newspaper. The papers also include a travel pass issued to Isaak Friedman on October 5 1945 at Landsberg.

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    The documents were issued to Rachela and Isaak Friedman between July 18, 1945, and Sept. 11, 1946. They acquired the Jewish newpaper in 1948. The collection was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2005 by their daughter, Rita Hattem.
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