Lore Baer photographs
The collection consists of three copy photographs of the Schouten farm, 175 Oosterblokker, Netherlands, and the Baer family. The original photographs were taken after the end of World War II in 1945.
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Also in This Collection
Contains identification certificates, a passport, a report card, a German newspaper, and other documents relating to Ernst Leo Baer's [donor's father] life in the Netherlands from 1937 to 1946. The report card shows Lore Baer's last name as "Kruk," the name she used while in hiding in Netherlands.
The papers contain personal correspondence; documents pertaining to restitution claims for return of a store in Amsterdam, Netherlands; receipts; insurance papers; marriage certificates; tracing information; confirmation letters of the death of Julius Schmidt; receipts for storing furniture; a request for exporting furniture; and a request for a new apartment.