Nacht family papers
Collection of documents, photographs, concerning the Nacht family (father, Max Nacht; son, Felix Nacht) and their life in Shanghai in the immediate postwar period, including Felix's attendance at a Jewish school, efforts of Max Nacht to receive restitution for property seized by Japanese during occupation, and related subjects.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Felix Nacht
Record last modified: 2020-11-04 09:49:33
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Also in Nacht family collection
Collection of documents, correspondence, papers, drawings, photos, passports, notebook and additional materials relating to and documenting the experiences of Max Nacht, his wife Elfriede (nee Kamm), sons Edward and Felix, Elfriede's parents Alfred and Amalie Kamm and their experiences before, during, and after the Holocaust in Germany, Shanghai, and the Dominican Republic. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
Consists of a black and white photograph of a street scene; verso, handwritten in black ink "Kampu ? Road Lane/ 1941 / home in Shanghai;' and a laminated copy of a "Curfew Pass" issued to "Max Nacht, Chief Editor of the Shanghai Post" on recto and black and white photograph on verso.