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Franziska Nunnally papers

Document | Accession Number: 1996.63.4

The Franziska Nunnally papers include three postcards from her mother, Irma Huppert, documenting her last two weeks in Vienna before her deportation and death in Minsk and a letter from her brother, Leopold Huppert, documenting his internment at St. Cyprien. Irma’s first postcard reveals her concern that she would soon be removed from her home, her second letter describes how she was arrested shortly after her first postcard and the conditions of her detention at the Sperlschule, and her third postcard describes her preparations for her deportation to an unknown location (Minsk). Leopold’s letter is a photocopy and describes his internment in Belgium, deportation to France, and conditions at St. Cyprien. Leopold’s letter is accompanied by a translation and introductory information by Franziska Nunnally.

inclusive:  1941-1996
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Record last modified: 2021-11-09 10:43:56
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