Felix Lilienthal family papers
2.38 linear ft..
1 oversize box
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Rabbi Alejandro Lilienthal
The collection contains pre-war and wartime correspondence between members of the Lilienthal family of Wiesbaden, Germany. Pre-war correspondence includes letters sent to Saul Lilienthal, a cantor and teacher, from when he was living in Posen (present-day Poznan, Poland); Freiburg, Germany; and Wiesbaden; as well as general family correspondence. Wartime correspondence primarily contains letters sent to Felix Lilienthal, who immigrated to Treinta y Tres and then to Montevideo, Uruguay in 1938. Included are letters sent by Saul and Bertha Lilienthal from Wiesbaden in 1938, and then from Amsterdam, the Netherlands from 1939-1942; his brother Lebrecht and his wife Juliette in Amsterdam, his brother Theodor in Göteborg, Sweden; and other relatives and friends. Many letters contain notes written by other family members. Some letters also include typed transcriptions done by the donor. The collection also includes pre-war blank postcards; documents from the International Red Cross regarding the fates of Saul, Bertha, Lebrecht, and Juliette; and a restitution document.
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