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Michel Shadur family collection

Collection
Collection Summary
The collection consists of artifacts, books, documents, and photographs relating to the experiences of Michel Schadur and his family as they escaped from Nazi Germany to Belgium, then to France, Spain, Portugal, and finally the United States during the Holocaust.
Provenance
The collection was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 1997 and 2005 by Joseph Shadur, the son of Michel Shadur.
Date
1920-1960
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Shadur family papers

Document | Accession Number: 1997.A.0316.1

Date
inclusive:  1913-1997
Shadur family papers

UNRRA red felt patch with acronym worn by a refugee aid worker

Object | Accession Number: 2005.379.2

Geography
use: Backnang (Displaced persons camp); Baden-Wurttemberg (Germany)
Date
use:  1945-1947
emigration:  1941 February 21
UNRRA red felt patch with acronym worn by a refugee aid worker

UNRRA red cloth patch with acronym worn by a refugee aid worker

Object | Accession Number: 2005.379.3

Geography
use: Backnang (Displaced persons camp); Baden-Wurttemberg (Germany)
Date
use:  1945-1947
emigration:  1941 February 21
UNRRA red cloth patch with acronym worn by a refugee aid worker

Dark brown leather wallet with metal S used by a Jewish refugee boy

Object | Accession Number: 2005.379.4

Geography
received: Antwerp (Belgium)
Date
received:  1936-1940
emigration:  1941 February 21
Dark brown leather wallet with metal S used by a Jewish refugee boy

Brown leather billfold used by a Latvian Jewish refugee and aid worker from Nazi Germany

Object | Accession Number: 2005.379.5

Geography
en route: United States
Date
use:  1935-1947
emigration:  1941 February 21
Brown leather billfold used by a Latvian Jewish refugee and aid worker from Nazi Germany

Blue leather billfold used by a Latvian Jewish refugee and aid worker from Nazi Germany

Object | Accession Number: 2005.379.6

Geography
en route: United States
Date
use:  1945-1947
emigration:  1941 February 21
Blue leather billfold used by a Latvian Jewish refugee and aid worker from Nazi Germany

National Fascist Party of Italy (PNF) membership badge owned by Jewish female refugee from Nazi Germany

Object | Accession Number: 2005.379.7

Geography
use: Berlin (Germany)
manufacture: Milan (Italy)
Date
use:  1931-1938
emigration:  1939 September
National Fascist Party of Italy (PNF) membership badge owned by Jewish female refugee from Nazi Germany

Maccabi Sports Club lapel pin from prewar Berlin owned by a Jewish refugee boy

Object | Accession Number: 2005.379.8

Geography
received: Berlin (Germany)
Date
received:  1934
emigration:  1941 February 21
Maccabi Sports Club lapel pin from prewar Berlin owned by a Jewish refugee boy

Wing shaped Portuguese Air Force pin given to a young Jewish refugee by friends in Lisbon

Object | Accession Number: 2005.379.9

Geography
received: Lisbon (Portugal)
Date
received:  1941 January-1941 February
emigration:  1941 February 21
Wing shaped Portuguese Air Force pin given to a young Jewish refugee by friends in Lisbon

Antiaircraft shell fragments found after an air raid on Bordeaux by a young Jewish refugee

Object | Accession Number: 2005.379.10 a-b

Geography
found: Bruges (Gironde, France)
Date
found:  1940 November 23
emigration:  1941 February 21
Antiaircraft shell fragments found after an air raid on Bordeaux by a young Jewish refugee

Button from a World War I British military uniform found by a young Jewish refugee in Belgium

Object | Accession Number: 2005.379.11

Geography
found: Oostduinkerke (Belgium)
Date
found:  1938 August
emigration:  1941 February 21
Button from a World War I British military uniform found by a young Jewish refugee in Belgium

Button from a World War I British military uniform found in the sand by a young Jewish refugee in Belgium

Object | Accession Number: 2005.379.12

Geography
found: Oostduinkerke (Belgium)
Date
found:  1938 August
emigration:  1941 February 21
Button from a World War I British military uniform found in the sand by a young Jewish refugee in Belgium

Button from his military uniform given by a British soldier to a young Jewish refugee

Object | Accession Number: 2005.379.13

Geography
received: La Parcq (France)
Date
received:  1940 May 16
emigration:  1941 February 21
Button from his military uniform given by a British soldier to a young Jewish refugee

Button from his military uniform given by a British soldier to a young Jewish refugee

Object | Accession Number: 2005.379.14

Geography
received: La Parcq (France)
Date
received:  1940 May 16
emigration:  1941 February 21
Button from his military uniform given by a British soldier to a young Jewish refugee

Dip-pen wiper made for a young Jewish refugee from Nazi Germany

Object | Accession Number: 2005.379.15

Geography
received: Home Diliges; Oostduinkerke (Belgium)
Date
received:  1938 August
emigration:  1941 February 21
Dip-pen wiper made for a young Jewish refugee from Nazi Germany
 
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