Gitta Rosenzweig photographs
Consists of six photographs depicting Gitta Rosenzweig, her family and their experiences during the Holocaust.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Gitta Jacqueline Rosenzweig
Record last modified: 2020-10-07 13:21:37
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Also in Gitta Rosenzweig collection
Contains materials related to the Holocaust-era experiences of Gitta Rosenzweig and her family. Some of these materials may be unified into a single collection in the future.
Collection of 12 black and white photographs showing children, family groups and class pictures- depicting Gitta Rosensweig [donor], her family and their experiences during the time period of the Holocaust, dated 1925-1947.
Collection of photographs, including original images of Hudesa Zajgman Rozencwajg and Uszer Rosencwaig (donor's parents) and their children Izrael Itzchak Rosencwajg [sic] and Gita Rosencwaig. Prewar images illustrate Uszer and Hudes's life in Biała Podlaska, their early marriage and life after Izrael was born. Also includes images from immediate postwar Poland of Gita, who was hidden in an orphanage and retrieved by family friend Ida Rozenszajn. Uszer, Hudesa and Izrael did not survive.
Contains Gitta Rosenzweig's identity card from post-war France.