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Sztrumpf, Wajsberg, and Kaufman families papers

Document | Accession Number: 2017.250.1

The Sztrumpf, Wajsberg, and Kaufman families papers include wartime correspondence and pre-war and wartime report cards documenting the Janina Sztrumpf’s family from Kraków, who survived the Holocaust in Romania, and their Wajsberg and Kaufman relatives. The correspondence includes letters and postcards exchanged among relatives and friends including the Janina’s family in Romania; her grandparents Roza and Izydor Wajsberg in Tarnopol; Roza’s relatives Mikolaj Kaufman in Tel Aviv and Mery and Roman Schneider who had been evacuated to Teheran; Grzegorz Joffe in Warsaw; Sebastian Joffe in Lyon; and Boris Roubini in Istanbul. The papers also include report cards documenting Janina Sztrumpf’s education in Krakov, Băile Govora, and Craiova.

inclusive:  1935-1945
8 folders
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Anna Cwirko-Godycki
Record last modified: 2023-02-24 14:30:55
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