Bojdman family papers
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Hanna Ettinger-Neuss In Memory of the Bojdman and the Ettinger families murdered in the Łuck ghetto
Contains photographs of the donor's family, including Froim Aron Bojdman and Rywka Bojdman (donor’s maternal grandparents); Rachela, Abram, and Leib Bojdman, siblings of Estera Bojdman (later Ettinger); and Stella Ettinger (donor’s paternal grandmother) and her son Aleksander Ettinger. Some photographs were found after the mass murder (aktion) in the Łuck ghetto on August 19-23, 1942 in Hirka, Polanka; other photographs are from 1944-1946 in Łuck, and after the war in Warsaw. Includes letters from Estera’s cousins in the Soviet Union; a list, prepared by Estera Ettinger, of Germans and Ukrainians who tortured and murdered Jews in the Łuck ghetto; a register of residents in the building at 66 Kościuszki in Łuck, which belonged to Rywka Bojdman; a document attesting that this building was owned by Rywka Bojdman, in Russian; a diary kept by Estera from April-June 1944, in Polish; a high school diploma issued to Josef Ettinger, dated June 1935; and a diploma from Tashkent University, c. 1942.
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