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Lindenbaum and Landau families collection

Document | Accession Number: 2006.226.1

The Lindenbaum and Landau families collection contains photographs of the Lindenbaum and Landau families, circa 1900s-1945. The family photographs were taken in Łódź, Poland; Warsaw, Poland; the Warsaw ghetto; and Belgium. The photographs feature friends and family members and include both victims and survivors of the Holocaust.

Photographs of Tobiasz and Curtla Lindenbaum include the couple around the turn of the century; a portrait of Tobiasz, undated; Curtla holding an umbrella at an unknown resort, undated; Curtla, two of her daughters, and a grandson riding in a droshky, undated; Curtla in a droshky, undated; Curtla and other members of the Lindenbaum family in a row boat, Truskawiec, July 1933; Curtla walking with two other women, likely her mother and one of her daughters, at a resort in Ciechocinek, 1936; Curtla and Tobiasz walking in Otwock, 1937; and Tobiasz and Curtla Lindenbaum sitting at a table in Warsaw, circa 1939.

Photographs of the Goldberg family include a studio portrait of Mietek Goldberg taken by Alter Kacyzne in Warsaw, circa 1900; Wella Goldberg sitting in a chair in a garden, circa 1922; a studio portrait of Wella Goldberg, undated; a studio portrait of Sewek Goldberg, Warsaw, October 20, 1929; Wella and Mietek Goldberg at an unknown social function, circa 1935; and a photograph of Wella, Mietek, and Sewek Goldberg taken on a Warsaw street, 1939.

Photographs of the Kuniegis family include a portrait of Sara Lindenbaum, undated; Jerzyk Kuniegis with his dog Mick; Jerzyk Kuniegis circa 1937; a photograph of sisters Sara Kuniegis (left) and Wella Goldberg (right) with their sons Jerzyk (left) and Sewek (right) at Swider, a resort near Warsaw, 1939.

Photographs of Michal and Renia Landau (née Lindenbaum) include a studio portrait of Abraham (Abus) Landau (left) and Michal Landau (right) in Łódź, Poland, May 9, 1915; a studio portrait of Renia Lindenbaum at the age of five months, Warsaw, Poland, 1917;
an identification photograph of Michal as a student, undated; Michal Landau working in a law office in Łódź, 1937; a studio portrait of Renia, Warsaw, August 8, 1937; Renia and a friend posing in a tree in Michalin, a resort town near Warsaw, June 1937; Renia and a friend posing in the window of train in Warsaw, 1937; a studio portrait of Renia used for identification papers, Warsaw, circa 1939; Renia and a friend sailing at Karwia, Poland on the Baltic Sea, August 1939; Renia with a group of friends on their last vacation before the war, Karwia, Poland, September 1939; a portrait of Renia in Warsaw, 1940; Michal and Renia standing on a balcony in the Warsaw ghetto, October 1941; wedding photographs of Michal and Renia Landau including members of the Lindenbaum family in the Warsaw ghetto, November 11, 1941; identification photographs of Michal and Renia Landau, Warsaw, 1943; a portrait of Renia immediately after liberation in Belgium, August 1945; and Michal Landau (first on right) and Renia Landau (second on right) with a soldier from the Jewish Brigade and an American soldier in Belgium, August 1945.

The collection also includes a photograph of Leon Lutek Lindenbaum, circa 1939.

inclusive:  circa 1900-1945
6 folders
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Rebeka Renia Ilutovich
Record last modified: 2021-11-10 13:02:08
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