Elaine Zaks papers
The papers consist of twelve photographs depicting Leah and Phillip Zaks Zakuska and their son, Michael in a DP camp in Florence, Italy, after World War II; seven photographs of unknown persons with Yiddish inscriptions on the verso; and one letter written to Ann Fonaroff of the United Service for New Americans, Enc. on November 2, 1948, on behalf of Philip, "Lisa", and "Moses" Zaks and concerning their immigration to the United States. Leah and Philip Zaks were from Poland. They made their way to Italy probably in 1945. Their son, Michael, was born in a displaced persons camp in Florence, Italy.
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Elaine Zaks
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