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Evelyn Levin papers

Document | Accession Number: 2005.526.1

The papers consist of documents concerning two ships, the "President Warfield" and the "City of Lowell." Included are "options" documents and other correspondence between Louis Levin donor's husband, representing the Potomac Shipwrecking Company from October 18, 1946, and the Chinese American Industrial Company, purchasers of the forementioned ships. The bill of sale for the "President Warfield" (later known as the"Exodus") is also part the collection as is an inventory from the U.S. Maritime Commission delivered to the Potomac Shipwrecking Company. Also included is additional correspondence from the Chinese American Industrial Company pertaining to the purchase of the ships, a Western Union telegram to the Potomac Shipwrecking Company notifying that the purchase order was accepted, and a newspaper article for the twentieth anniversary of the voyage of the"Exodus."

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United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Evelyn Levin
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