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Zvi Brick collection

Document | Accession Number: 2018.10.8

Contains fifteen letters sent to survivor Zvi Brick, the former director of the Jewish Agency office in Kovno, while he stayed in a displaced persons camp in Italy. Addressed from New York, Munich, Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, dated 1946-1947, in Yiddish, Hebrew and some English. The letters were sent mainly from official entities and they record the state of the displaced, the difficulties of immigration to Palestine, monetary matters, and more. Includes seven letters from the general secretary of the Jewish National Workers Alliance, Louis Siegal, typewritten on official stationery and signed by hand; a letter from the secretary of the Labor Zionist Committee for Relief and Rehabilitation, Z. Baumgold, typewritten on official stationery; and a Delegate Card, filled-in by hand and ink-stamped, issued for Zvi Brick as delegate of Italy to the Congress in Basel, 1946.

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United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection. The acquisition of this collection was made possible by the Crown Family.
Record last modified: 2023-02-24 14:32:39
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