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The Kahn and Budge families collection

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    Contains photographs depicting the Kahn and the Budge families of Frankfurt am Main, both wealthy Jewish families of bankers and stockbrokers; the photographs date from late 19th century to mid-20th century. The Budge family moved to Hamburg, where they purchased a mansion or “Palais,” which was confiscated by the Nazi regime in 1938. Documents in the collection include a diary written in 1914; an affidavit dated January 28, 1936, which enabled Emil Kahn and his two sons to immigrate to the US in 1937; financial statements and money transfer documents; and a letter written in German by Siegfried Budge.
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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Ruth Gannett Kahn In loving memory of H. Peter Kahn

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    German English
    2 folders

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    Donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2017 by Ruth Gannett Kahn, widow of Hans Peter Kahn.
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