Kahn/Bauer family collection
Consists of photographs and documents related to Alfred and Trude Kahn and their daughter, Annemarie, originally of Stuttgart, Germany. In the 1930s, the family fled from Germany to Holland, where they lived until their deportation to Theresienstadt on April 21,1943. The family perished in Auschwitz. The collection consists of Alfred and Trude's honeymoon album, an engraved cigarette case from the wedding, a book of Annemarie's baby photographs, and a letter sent by the Kahns the day before their deportation. Also includes a copy of "Pilgrimage to the Past" by James Bauer, a book of the Bauer and Kahn family history.
1 cigarette case.
1 oversize box
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum collection, gift of James Bauer
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