Frederic Zeller papers
The collection documents the Holocaust-era experiences of Frederic Zeller of Berlin, Germany including his escape from Berlin by train in 1938 and his experiences as a refugee in Rotterdam, the Netherlands and Preston, Lancashire, England. Included are illustrated diaries, biographical material, photographs, and correspondence including letters sent by his father Heinrich Zeller from the Gurs and Saint-Cyprien concentration camps in France.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Susan Kennedy Zeller In loving memory of her husband Frederic Zeller and his family
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Also in Frederic Zeller collection
Correspondence; diaries; documents; photographs; interview; of David Borgenicht (one of “The Boys”); manuscript of unfinished chapters of second book: “Friendly Enemy Allien”; negatives; all related to the Zeller family of Berlin: Heinrich Zeller and Fanny Gottesmann Zeller and their two children: Frederic and Lilian. Pocket Watch: which Heinrich Zeller left with a French woman he worked for, when he was in a camp in South of France. Heinrich Zeller left this watch and a suit with the French woman as he was deported to Drancy. The woman located Frederic after the war and returned the watch to him. Frederic Zeller wrote a book: “When Time Ran Out”