Herman Taube papers
The Herman Taube papers consist of articles, manuscripts, poetry, presentations, and translations by Herman Taube, a Jewish Holocaust survivor, as well as correspondence, photographs, and printed materials documenting Taube's career as a writer, journalist, and educator, which was often influenced by his own Holocaust experiences in Łódź, Siberia, and the Second Polish Army. The collection also includes biographical materials documenting Taube's wife's Czech stepmother, Marie Koreffová, who survived Auschwitz, Theresienstadt, and Flossenbürg, as well as translations of evidence presented at the Nuremberg Trial.
3 oversize boxes
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