Rachel Rottersman correspondence with Grace Cohen Grossman
Correspondence from Rachel Rottersman, a social worker who had worked with UNRRA at displaced persons camps in Germany following World War II, and Dr. Grace Cohen Grossman, curator at the Spertus Museum in Chicago, dating from 1979-1980. The correspondence largely deals with requests from Rottersman regarding research about a mass grave near Baumholder, Germany; efforts to recognize a Polish couple, Victor and Ludmila Gromadski, as "Righteous Among the Nations" by Yad Vashem; and proposals to interview people who Rottersman knew from the displaced persons camps where she had worked.
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