Leo Vogel restitution collection
Consists of correspondence regarding Leo Vogel's post-war attempts to get restitution for his Karlsruhe, Germany, textile factory, Vogel and Schnurmann, which had been confiscated by the Germans. Includes legal documents between Mr. Vogel and attorneys in Karlsruhe, and after his death, correspondence between the attorneys and Mr. Vogel's daughter, Marlies Levenger. Also includes a pre-war photograph of the factory and employees, as well as a wood block stamp of an engraving of the factory.
1 oversize folder
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Marlies Levenger
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Also in Leo Vogel collection
The collection consists of a hand stamp, correspondence, documents, and photographs relating to the experiences of Leo Vogel in prewar Karlsruhe, Germany, as well as postwar correspondence between the attorneys and Mr. Vogel's daughter, Marlies Levenger, concerning his restitution claim.
Business hand stamp used prewar by Leo Vogel at his factory in Karslruhe, Germany. It depicts the Vogel and Schnumann textile factory complex. In 1933, the Nazi dictatorship took power in Germany. Through boycotts, confiscations, and forced Aryanization, the regime took over and shut down Jewish owned enterprises. Vogel's factory was confiscated in the 1930s.