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Kaufman, Wajsberg, Sztrumpf families collection

Document | Accession Number: 2017.250.1

Contains letters written by Mery and Roman Schneider in Teheran, Iran to Mikolaj Kaufman in Tel Aviv, dated 1942; postcards written by Boris Roubini in Istanbul, Turkey to Mikolaj Kaufman in Tel Aviv, dated 1941-1943; postcards from Bucharest, Romania to Boris Roubini in Istanbul, Turkey, dated 1941; a postcard addressed to N. Kaufman in Tel Aviv from Sebastian Joffe in Lyon, France, dated June 1, 1942; a Red Cross letter from Mikolaj Kaufman in Tel Aviv to Grzegorz Joffe in Warsaw, sent May 25, 1942, and returned without reply on October 28, 1943; letters and postcards written by the donor’s maternal great-grandparents, Roza and Izydor Wajsberg, in Tarnopol, dated January 1940 - July 7, 1942 and sent to their daughter, Celina Sztrumpf, who together with her husband Wladyslaw Adolf Sztrumpf and their daughter Janina Irena Sztrumpf (donor's mother) managed to reach Romania, where they survived the war; and school report cards issued to Janina Sztrumpf in Kraków before the war and later in Craiova, Romania, dated December 1935 - June 16, 1945.

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United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Anna Cwirko-Godycki
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