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Kraicer family photographs

Document | Accession Number: 2000.291.1

The Kraicer family photographs consists of 27 photographs depicting the Kraicer family before the war in Żychlin, Poland and during the war in the Gostynin ghetto, Poland; of Icek Krajcer during the war while posing as a non-Jewish Pole using the alias Stanisław Góralczyk, while in forced labor in Minden and Porta, Germany; and of the donor and others in the Bergen-Belsen displaced persons camp, Germany. Also included is a wedding portrait of Isaac and Rachel Kraicer, dated 28 October 1947, in Kiryat Chaim, Palestine, and a 1938 group portrait of memgers of the Jewish Zionist youth organization Dror He'halutz Ha'tzair in Gostynin, Poland. Some photographs are labeled in Hebrew and English; the majority of the collection consists of formal family photographs.

creation:  1917-1950
1 folder
Record last modified: 2021-11-10 13:06:12
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