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Sara Szrojt papers

Document | Accession Number: 2011.309.2

The Sara Szrojt papers comprise documents and photographs concerning Sara Szrojt, a Polish Jewish woman who survived the Holocaust and detention in a Soviet Union forced labor camp, where she helped build a railroad and worked in a kitchen. The documents in this collection are primarily postcards written to Sara while interned in the labor camp in 1941 from her mother and father. The photographs depict the Szrojt family and friends before and after the war in Lublin, Poland, images of the Soviet forced labor camp, and images of a Jewish cooperative of upholsterers and curtain-makers in Wrocław, Poland around 1950.

Date
approximately 1920-1950  (inclusive)
1941  (bulk)
Language
Polish
Yiddish
Hebrew
Extent
10 folders
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Anna Füle Trymander
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Record last modified: 2017-06-05 11:22:51
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