Sara Szrojt papers
The Sara Szrojt papers are comprised of documents and photographs collected by Sara during her incarceration in a Soviet forced labor camp and in the years before and after. The documents consist primarily of postcards from Sara’s mother and father written in 1941 shortly before they went into hiding in Lublin. Also among the documents is a marriage certificate for Chana and Jankiel, reissued in 1946. The photographs depict the Szrojt family and friends before and after the war in Lublin and images of a Jewish cooperative of upholsterers and curtain-makers in Wrocław, Poland c. 1950. Some of the photographs depict Mojżesz Szust and his family. Also included are group photographs taken in the Soviet forced labor camp.
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Anna Füle Trymander
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