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Bernstein family letter

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    Consists of one letter, dated March 23, 1942 from Leopold Neuman in Montbrison, France to Mrs. S. G. Normand of Kansas City, MO. In the letter, Mr. Neuman tells Mrs. Normand that he has spoken to her brother, who had the surname of Bernstein and was in Paris with his family, and urges her to continue to try to get American visas to bring the family to the United States. Also includes copies of two articles written by Roland Leiser about the letter.

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    Roland Leiser donated this letter regarding his great-uncle's family to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on Nov. 4, 2005.
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