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Géza and Margarete Fisch family papers

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    Documents, correspondence and photographs illustrating the experiences of Géza Fisch, his wife Margarethe Goetzl Fisch, their daughter Eva Johanna (donor), and son Heinz (Heinrich) as they fled Vienna, Austria in November 1938. Géza, born in Detta, Hungary, was unable to immigrate to the United States with his family, and went to Ecuador. His family immigrated to the U.S. and then in 1939, joined him in Ecuador, where they then remained.
    inclusive:  1925-1995
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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Eva Fisch Desrosiers

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    1 folder

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    Eva Desrosiers donated the Géza and Margarete Fisch family papers to the United States Holocasut Memorial Museum in 2013.
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