Hirsch family papers
The Hirsch family papers consist of documents, photographs, artwork and ephemera related to the family of Martin and Hertha Hirsch and their daughters, Dorothea and Stephanie, documenting their immigration from their native Germany to the United States in 1938-1939. Includes passport of Martin Hirsch, copy prints of photographs, and items (artwork reproductions and childrens' books) brought with them from Germany, as well as a copy of the memoir of Dorothea Hirsch Bartha's memoir, written circa 1995.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Annemarie Voitel
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Also in Martin and Hertha Hirsch family collection
The collection consists of artwork reproductions, documents, photographs, and publications related to the experiences of Martin and Hertha Hirsch and their daughters, Dorothea and Stephanie, during the Holocaust when they left Germany for the United States in 1938-1939 and a memoir by Dorothea Hirsch Bartha, written circa 1995.
Watercolor of an old city street with buildings on either side
Book with 8 mounted color plates of reproduction of artwork by Carl Spitzweg.