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Greissman and Aronsfrau families collection

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    Correspondence; from relatives in Berlin, dated September 1933, in Yiddish; from Anna Greissman Aronsfrau, sister of donor’s grandmother; dated December 12, 1940, from London, UK, in English; letter from Sophie Kanarek Aronsfrau from Lisbon explaining whose names should appear on an affidavit, dated January 22, 1941; and a telegram sent by Sophie Kanarek Aronsfrau from Lisbon on March 15, 1941 asking about the status of the affidavit. Also includes the front cover of a prayer book; inside, Mary Greissman wrote the names of her children, their dates of birth and Bar Mitzvah.
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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of David and Jamie Greene

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    Yiddish. English
    Letters. Telegrams.
    1 folder

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    Donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2017 by David and Jamie Greene.
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