Rita Serphos papers
1 oversize folder
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Rita Serphos
The papers relate to the experiences of the Serphos family while they were in hiding in Amsterdam, Netherlands, during the Holocaust and include false identification cards, documents, family photographs, diaries written by Maurits Serphos (donor's father), letters, and postcards written by Bertie Serphos [donor's sister] from the Westerbork concentration camp.
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Also in Maurits Serphos family collection
The collection consists of diaries, documents, false identification cards, family photographs, and a publication relating to the experiences of Maurits Serphos and his family while they were living in hiding in Amsterdam, Netherlands, during the Holocaust.
Illustrated children's book read by two year old Rita Serphos while in hiding with her family in Amsterdam, Netherlands, from 1941 until the end of the war in 1945. The book was taken with the family from hding place to hiding place. Because Rita was so young, she was not allowed to keep the book with her, but she knew that she could look at it each time they moved.