Eisenberg and Birnbaum families papers
3.34 linear ft..
1 oversize box
2 oversize folders
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Judith Grinspan
Correspondence, documents, and photographs relating to the immigration of Helena (Nelly) Eisenberg, and her parents, Ilya and Sonia Eisenberg, from Danzig to the United States between 1936-1939; as well as the immigration of her future husband, Joseph Birnbaum, from Kosice, Czechoslovakia, to Baltimore, in 1939. The collection also includes photographs and correspondence relating to the histories of the Eisenberg and Birnbaum families in Europe prior to emigration, and documentation of the Eisenberg family’s restitution claims with Germany and Poland.
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Also in Eisenberg and Birnbaum families collection
The collection consists of a metal tag, correspondence, documents, and photographs relating to the experiences of Helena (Nelly) Eisenberg (later Birnbaum), and her parents, Ilya and Sonia Eisenberg, before, during, and after the Holocaust, who immigrated from Danzig to the United States between 1936-1939, as well as the immigration of Joseph Birnbaum, from Kosice, Czechoslovakia, to Baltimore, in 1939.