Hetty D'Ancona de Leeuwe papers
Collection consists of documents, correspondence, and photographs documenting the post-liberation experiences of Hetty D'Ancona de Leeuwe’s mother, Estella D'Ancona, who was interned in Westerbork and deported to numerous concentration camps including Theresienstadt, Auschwitz-Birkenau, and Lenzing sub-camp. Documents include Estella's efforts to return to the Netherlands. Pre-war and post-war photographs include images of Hetty D'Ancona, her father (who survived in hiding), and her mother. Documents were issued in France, Switzerland, the Netherlands, and Austria.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Hetty D'Ancona deLeeuwe
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