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Mimi Ormond collection

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    Contains of materials related to the experiences of Alice Mimi Schleissner (Mimi Ormond), originally of Marianske Lazne, Czechoslovakia. Includes photographs of Mimi's immediate and extended family, photographs of her life on the Hachshara after arriving in England on a Kindertransport, and her 1944 wedding photograph from her marriage to Ed Ormond, an American GI. Also includes Mimi's wartime recollections of her experiences, the last telegram sent from her extended family in Terezin, and a copy of "Personal Testimonies of Child Survivors of the Holocaust, Northeast Ohio," collected and published in 2004.

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    Mimi Ormond (Alice Mimi Schleissner) donated her collection to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives on Sept. 11, 2006.
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