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Yitzchak Singer papers

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    Contains correspondence of Va'ad Ha'Hatzala for a visa to the United States for Yitzchak Singer, a Holocaust survivor and yeshiva student who was found in Bergen-Belsen. Among the documents is a letter signed by Rosalie Stive of the immgiration department of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee; and letters from rabbis in the United States to immigration authorities about accepting the boy to the yeshiva with a full scholarship, signed by Rabbi Yosef Shevlowitz and Rabbi Yosef Baumel. After many efforts, Yitzchak immigrated to Israel.
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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection. The acquisition of portions of this collection was made possible by the Philip and Janet Levin Foundation

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    1 folder

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    Orthodox Judaism.

    Administrative Notes

    Acquired by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2017. The acquisition of this collection was made possible by the Philip and Janet Levin Foundation.
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