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Friedberg family collection

Document | Accession Number: 2016.540.1

Contains documents, photographs, an album, artifacts, and correspondence illustrating the experiences of Izak, born 1902 in Nowa Grobla, Poland, and Ida Friedberg, born 1903 in Rzeszów, Poland, and their children Maurycy, born 1929 in Rzeszów and Szymon born 1932. Collection includes material from Jaroslaw, Poland where the family lived pre-war, correspondence from Rzeszow and Tarnopol, Poland during the war and post-war documents issued in Paris and Krakow. Photographs illustrate pre-war life in Poland and postwar life in Paris. The Friedberg family was forced out of Poland in 1940 into the Soviet Union. They were settled in Sverdlovsk and eventually moved to Jambol. They returned to Krakow after the war and moved to Paris, eventually coming the United States.

Extent
1 box
1 book enclosure
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Edna Friedberg and Rachel Friedberg
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Record last modified: 2018-05-27 12:07:14
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