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Rose Galek Brunswic family collection

Collection
Collection Summary
The collection consists of mother of pearl buttons, mother-of-pearl shards, a letter, and two photographs relating to the experiences of Raszka Galek (later Rose Brunswic) and her family in prewar Poland and in Germany and Poland during the Holocaust and of a haggadah relating to the experiences of Kurt Braunschweig (later Claude Brunswic) in prewar Germany.
Provenance
The collection was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 1989 by Rose Galek Brunswic, the wife of Claude Brunswic.
Date
1928-1989
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Moshe and Fela Galek papers

Document | Accession Number: 1989.204


6 cards with 24 mother-of-pearl buttons saved from a Jewish owned factory and given to a survivor 50 years later

Object | Accession Number: 1989.204.1

Geography
manufacture: Sochocin (Poland)
recovery: Sochocin (Poland)
Date
manufacture:  1937
received:  1987 July
6 cards with 24 mother-of-pearl buttons saved from a Jewish owned factory and given to a survivor 50 years later

Two mother-of-pearl shards saved from a Jewish owned factory and given to a survivor 50 years later

Object | Accession Number: 1989.204.2 a-b

Geography
use: Sochocin (Poland)
recovery: Sochocin (Poland)
Date
use:  1937
received:  1987 July
Two mother-of-pearl shards saved from a Jewish owned factory and given to a survivor 50 years later

Haggadah

Publication | Accession Number: 1989.204.6

Geography
received: Frankfurt am Main (Germany)
Date
received:  approximately 1928
publication/distribution:  1926
 
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