Rella Adler papers
Contains documents, telegrams, correspondence, receipts illustrating the post-war efforts to bring Rella Hudes from the United Kingdom, where she fled during the Holocaust, to the United States. Includes one receipt dated 1941 for monies sent from Ida Hudes (Rella's Aunt) to her nephew Siegmund in Vienna, Austria; correspondence between individuals and organizations such as the National Refugee Service in New York, the Refugee Children's Movement in England, Rella's aunt Ida Brumberg in New York, and Phillip and Lilian Adams in England, with whom Rella lived from 1939-1946. As early as 1944, Ida inquired about Rella's immigration and Rella was able to leave in October 1946 after much delay and negotiation. Her parents and brother, Isaac, Klara and Siegmund Hudes, did not survive the Holocaust.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Hilary Mentkow
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Also in Rella Adler collection
Contains materials documenting the experiences of Rella Adler before, during, and after the Holocaust. Some of these materials may be unified into a single collection in the future.
Consists of pre-war photographs of Isaac, Klara, Siegmund, and Rella Hudes of Vienna, Austria, as well as wartime photographs of Rella Hudes, who spent the war living with a Protestant family, the Adamses, of Sheffield, England. Included also is one letter, 1947, from the Jewish Refugee Committee regarding the deaths of Siegmund and Klara Hudes.
Three photographs of Rella Hudes, her mother Klara, and brother Siegmund in Vienna, Austria. Includes correspondence from Klara's brother Salomon Landwher in Palestine to Rella's care givers in the UK, the Adams, with whom she lived after she left Vienna in 1939.