Marga Lakritz photographs
Contains two photographs. One from pre-1933 Berlin, Germany, showing an outdoor scene with six adults and one infant, seated on blankets, in grassy, wooded area having a picnic; written on the verso: "Grunewald/picknic [sic]/Berlin/Germany/shortly/before Holocaust/to the right/my mother,/sister myself/(dark hair)." The second image taken 1945-1946, La Bourboule displaced persons camp, in France, image showing two women, dresssed in winter coats, walking toward camera, buildings visible in background; written on verso: "After liberation [underlined]/D.P. Camp 'La Bourboule'/France/My sister/myself plaid coat/donated from Red Cross."
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Also in Marga Lakritz collection
Contains photographs documenting the experiences of Marga Lakritz and her family before and after the Holocaust. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
The photograph depicts a group of women posing on the street outside of a bookbinding factory, "Bunge Reichsnahrstand Bucherei," in Germany. Pictured from left to right are: Marga Lakritz, Erica Drenske, an unknown woman, and Ruth Walter.