Josef Zorski photograph collection
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Josef Zorski
The collection consists of three original photographs from 1917 to 1941 and three copy prints from 1938. The three original photographs were taken in Sosnowiec, Poland. The first photograph is a photographic postcard of the Zorski family, dated 1941 (standing from left: Zygmunt Zorski donor's father, Tadeusz Tadek Zorski [donor's paternal uncle], Mietka Zorski [donor's paternal aunt], and Jan Jankiel Zorski [donor's paternal grandfather]; sitting from left: Lusia Zorski [donor's paternal aunt] and Roza Jasny Zorski [donor's paternal grandmother]). The second photograph is also a photographic postcard of Zygmunt Zorski [donor's father] as a small boy wearing a white sailor's uniform and a black belt, dated 1941. The third photograph is a photographic postcard of Roza Jasny Zorski [donor's paternal grandmother] holding a book, dated 1917. The fourth photograph is a copy print of three young men and three young women sitting on the ground in a forest dated 1939. The fifth photograph is a copy print of a black and white image of four young men and three young women seated at a table dated 1939. The sixth photograph is a copy print of a black and white image of three young men and three young women standing in a forest dated 1939. The three copy prints depict a Hachshara outing in Krakow, Poland, sponsored by B'nei Akiba, a religious Zionist youth organization; Helena Szechter [donor's mother] is present in all three photographs.
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