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Adolf Fingrut collection

Collection Summary
The collection consists of a field camera, tripod, and attachments: lens, remote shutter release, 3 wooden film holders, and metal tripod attachments relating to the experiences of Adolf Fingrut before, during, and after the Holocaust in Rembertow, Poland, where he owned a successful photography studio, then in Warsaw, Praga, and Opole where he survived under a fasle identity and with the help of his future wife Michalina Jarowszewska.
The collection was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2006 by Barbara Wortsmann, niece of Adolf Fingrut.
approximately 1935-approximately 1945
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Field camera and attachments

Object | Accession Number: 2006.509.1 a-h

use: Rembertow (Warsaw, Poland)
Field camera and attachments

Camera tripod and attachments

Object | Accession Number: 2006.509.2 a-d

use: Rembertow (Warsaw, Poland)
Camera tripod and attachments
Record last modified: 2019-12-04 14:25:51
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