Vitta family papers
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of the Cudkowicz Kamel family
The collection consists of letters written by Benvenuto Mario Vitta (Mario) in 1944 to his wife Ines and daughter Adriana who were in hiding. The letters were likely written in Milan and the Fossoli di Carpi concentration camp. There is also one letter to Mario from his friend Alessandro Sgatti who was hiding Mario's son Adolfo with his family in Marina di Carrara.
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