Szyfra Majranc papers
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Theodore T. Mairanz and Ita Mond
The Szyfra Majranc papers consist of biographical materials, correspondence, diaries and other personal writings, photographs, and printed materials documenting Szyfra and Nechemia Majranc, their Horowitz and Majranc relatives, their prewar lives in Łódź and Sanok, and hiding and living under false identities in Rzeszów.
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Also in Steffa Horowitz Mairanz collection
The collection consists of an artifact, documents, and photographs relating to the experience of Steffa Horowitz Mairanz and Tadek Mairanz before, during, and after the Holocaust in Poland.
Scrip acquired by 22 year-old Steffa (Shifra) Horowitz Mairanz (Marjanc) from family members who lived in the Jewish ghetto in Lodz, Poland. Steffa, her husband, and their infant daughter, who was born April 12, 1940, lived in hiding in different towns near Lodz to avoid being interned in any ghettos. Steffa managed to smuggle several family members out of the Lodz ghetto before it was destroyed by the Germans in 1944.