Neuman (Nenner) family collection
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection. The acquisition of this collection was made possible by the Crown Family.
Collection of documents of the Neumann (Nenner) family from their time in the Displaced Persons Camp in Lechfeld in Germany and their immigration to Palestine; dated 1940s-1950s. Includes a temporary exit pass from the artillery officers' course taking place in a military garrison, Bucharest, 1943; a civil marriage certificate, Bucharest, 1944; a recruitment certificate to "Va'ad leSherut Ha'Am" in Lechfeld Displaced Persons Camp; a birth certificate of a baby girl born in Ainring (Bavaria), 1947; an import form for merchandise imported by boat, railway, surface mail or by air for use in Israel, 1948; a sign marked "Welcome to the State of Israel!" on behalf of Giborey Israel school, stencil of handwritten sign; health certificates on behalf of the new immigrant census by the Jewish Agency with photographs of the owners; two certificates signed by the New Immigrants census on behalf of the Jewish Agency; an identity card on behalf of the Ministry of Interior, with photograph; two Ketubot (Jewish marriage certificates) from Bucharest and Palestine; and six handwritten family letters.
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