Arthur Greenbaum papers
The Arthur Greenbaum papers consists of six documents relating to Arthur Greenbaum (Szlama Gruenbaum) and his experiences immediately following the Holocaust as a refugee and his immigration to the United States. Included in his collection are two documents for the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration at the Backnang Displaced Persons Camp. One document recommends Szlama for citizenship in the United States, while the other is a signed statement by Abraham Fuchs, verifying that he was with Szlama Gruenbaum in Mauthausen Concentration Camp and later in the Backnang Displaced Persons Camp. The remaining documents relate to Szlama Gruenbaum’s immigration to the United States, and includes a Certificate of Identity in Lieu of Passport, a passenger ticket aboard the S.S. Marine Perch, an embarkation card and a meal card for the trip.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Arthur Greenbaum
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