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Rachel Levin collection

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    Contains letters, with envelopes, from Rachel Levin and her daughter, Hannah Narwitch, in Raguva, Lithuania to Pesia Phyllis Levin Costell (donor's mother) in the United States. In the letters, Rachel describles her husband's (Moyshe Levin) illness and death, the progress of the war, and requested affidavits of support for the family ("kartechke"). Includes photographs which belonged to Phyllis Levin created c. 1941 in Raguva; Phyllis had left Lithuania 1928 for Canada and then came to the US in 1939.
    1940 October 22-1941 February 02
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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Ronald Costell

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    Letters. Photographs.
    2 folders

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    Donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2016 by Ronald Costell, with an accretion added in 2017.
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