Alisa Tennenbaum photographs
Photos of donor and friends in England during and after WWII. Alisa was sent on the Kindertransport from Vienna. Included are photos of her father in the Pioneer Corps.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Alisa Tennenbaum
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Also in Alisa Tennenbaum collection
Contains materials documenting the experiences of Alisa Tennenbaum and her family during the Holocaust. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
Collection consists of photographs of Alisa Tennenbaum and friends in England at various homes where she lived after being sent on a Kindertransport from Vienna, Austria on August 22, 1939. Included are photos of Alisa's father who was in the Pioneer Corps in Britain and her mother who survived Ravensbrück and was sent to Sweden for rehabilitation. The papers also include a school report card issued to Alisa under her previous name, Liselotte Scherzer, in 1935/1936 in Vienna, Austria, and a baby photograph and duplicate ID photograph used on Alisa’s Kindertransport document.