The Black family papers
Collection consists of documents related to Emil Fekete (donors father, later Black) including a post card, immigration identification card, meal ticket, letter regarding restitution claims, a completed questionnaire and relating to his journey to Canada in December 1948.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Howard Black, Dr. Michael D. Black, and Lisa C. Lubinsky
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Also in Emil Black collection
The collection consists of an identification tag and documents relating to the experience of Emil Black in several concentration camps during the Holocaust and his immigration and claims history in the postwar era.
Identification tag issued to 14 year old Emil Fekete, later Black, in Ebensee concentration camp, Austria. Emil, a Hungarian Jew, was imprisoned there in January 1945, after several months in Auschwitz and Wolfsberg concentration camps. While at Ebensee, he was a slave laborer for Siemens AG, constructing tunnels for underground factories. He was liberated by American troops on May 6, 1945.