Alfred Elbau papers
Consists of one student ID and copy of diploma from Friedrich Wilhelm University in Berlin for Hans Elbau (1934-1935); a German passport for Elbau (1938); two-page typewritten text, apparently by Elbau, urging that other means be found to expedite emigration of Jews from Germany; and "Cedula Consular" from the consulate of Chile in Genoa, Italy, for Elbau, Oct. 1939.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Alfred H. Elbau
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Also in Alfred H. Elbau collection
Contains materials concerning the Holocaust-era experiences of Alfred H. Elbau and his family. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
Includes originals and copies of Holocaust-related pieces written by Alfred Elbau. Among them are a speech transcript titled "Berlin's Jews - past and present," an autobiography by Elbau describing his life in Berlin, Germany, before the Holocaust and his family's emigration to the United States, and a translation of the diary of Erich Frey. The Frey diary describes the life of a Jewish family in Berlin at the beginning of the Holocaust and their experiences of persecution. The bulk dates of the diary are 1939-1942.