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Bojdman family papers

Document | Accession Number: 2017.545.1

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.

Language
Russian
Polish
Extent
10 folders
1 book enclosure
Credit Line
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
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Record last modified: 2018-09-10 09:27:39
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