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Else Pollak Chandler collection

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    Consists of the official response to a Red Cross inquiry into the fate of Jakob, Regine, and Edith Pollak, originally of Vienna, Austria. The inquiry was made by Jakob and Regine's daughter, Else, who was able to emigrate to England before the war. The response states that the remaining members of the family perished in the Holocaust. Also includes correspondence sent and received by Else Chandler after her immigration to England, documents regarding her immigration, and documents regarding her pre-war schooling.

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    English German
    2 folders

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    Else Pollak Chandler donated this collection to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on Apr. 17, 2006 with the assistance of her daughter, Esme. An accretion to this collection was added on Oct. 23, 2006.
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