Regina and Symcha Binem Kopelman photographs
The Regina and Symcha Binem Kopelman photograph collection consists of six photographs depicting members of Symcha Binem Kopelman's family who perished in the Holocaust. The photogrpahs were taken in Poland and include images of Heniuś Kopelman (1937-1942); Itzhak Arie Kopelman; Zakajna Rotenberg; Rachcia Rachel Rotenberg; Złata Rywka Rotenberg; Dawid Kopelman; Mordka Cederbaum; Majer Kopelman.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Regina Kopelman
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Also in Regina and Symcha Binem Kopelman collection
Contains materials documenting the experiences of Regina and Symcha Binem Kopelman and their families during the Holocaust. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
The papers consist of pre-war photographs documenting the life of Regina and Symcha Binem Kopelman mainly in Łódź, Poland and a wartime letter of recommendation written by the head of electrical workshops in the ghetto in Łódź, Poland, recommending Symcha Kopelman for work in servicing streetcars.
The collection includes four photographs: a Kniker family portrait; Łódź circa 1930; a group portrait of students and teachers at the girl's Jewish gymnasium at Piramowicza in Łódź, circa 1938/1939; a group portrait of a graduating class from the ghetto high school, Łódź ghetto, June 1941; and an image of four Jewish boys who were survivors of the Łódź ghetto in front of a truck labeled "The Happy Boys." The collection also contains images of Regina Kopelman, her brother, Roman, and her husband, Symcha Binem, after liberation.