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Leopold and Herta Stoer family collection

Collection
Collection Summary
The collection consists of opera glasses, buttons, textiles, petticoats, a Rorschach ink blot test, and a composition book, relating to the experiences of Leopold and Herta Schwartzbart Stoer and their family in Austria before the Holocaust and in Austria, Belgium, Poland, and the United States during the Holocaust.
Provenance
The collection was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2018 by Joyce Cordi, the daughter of Leopold and Herta Stoer.
Date
approximately 1898-1948
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Leopold Stoer collection

Document | Accession Number: 2018.258.1

Date
1921-1922

Opera glasses and case owned by a Jewish Austrian refugee

Object | Accession Number: 2018.258.2 a-c

Geography
en route: United States
acquired: Vienna (Austria)
Date
acquired:  approximately 1900-before 1939 February
emigration:  1939 February
Opera glasses and case owned by a Jewish Austrian refugee

Lace-trimmed Handkerchief with a cutwork floral accent owned by a Jewish Austrian refugee

Object | Accession Number: 2018.258.3

Geography
en route: United States
acquired: Vienna (Austria)
Date
acquired:  approximately 1900-before 1939 February
emigration:  1939 February
Lace-trimmed Handkerchief with a cutwork floral accent owned by a Jewish Austrian refugee

Card with 48 Dorset-style buttons owned by a Jewish Austrian refugee

Object | Accession Number: 2018.258.4

Geography
en route: United States
Date
creation:  approximately 1900-before 1939 February
emigration:  1939 February
Card with 48 Dorset-style buttons owned by a Jewish Austrian refugee

Card with 48 Dorset-style buttons owned by a Jewish Austrian refugee

Object | Accession Number: 2018.258.5

Geography
en route: United States
Date
creation:  approximately 1900-before 1939 February
emigration:  1939 February
Card with 48 Dorset-style buttons owned by a Jewish Austrian refugee

Card with 24 Dorset-style buttons owned by a Jewish Austrian refugee

Object | Accession Number: 2018.258.6

Geography
en route: United States
Date
creation:  approximately 1900-before 1939 February
emigration:  1939 February
Card with 24 Dorset-style buttons owned by a Jewish Austrian refugee

Partial card with 16 Dorset-style buttons owned by a Jewish Austrian refugee

Object | Accession Number: 2018.258.7

Geography
en route: United States
Date
creation:  approximately 1900-before 1939 February
emigration:  1939 February
Partial card with 16 Dorset-style buttons owned by a Jewish Austrian refugee

Card with 46 Dorset-style buttons owned by a Jewish Austrian refugee

Object | Accession Number: 2018.258.8 a-e

Geography
en route: United States
Date
creation:  approximately 1900-before 1939 February
emigration:  1939 February
Card with 46 Dorset-style buttons owned by a Jewish Austrian refugee

Cream-colored underskirt with a diamond pattern owned by a Jewish Austrian refugee

Object | Accession Number: 2018.258.9

Geography
creation: Vienna (Austria)
en route: United States
Date
creation:  1901-1914
emigration:  1939 February

Initialed, cream-colored underskirt with a diamond pattern owned by a Jewish Austrian refugee

Object | Accession Number: 2018.258.10

Geography
creation: Vienna (Austria)
en route: United States
Date
creation:  after 1890-before 1900
emigration:  1939 February

Cream-colored, underskirt with a diamond pattern and an eyelet ruffle owned by a Jewish Austrian refugee

Object | Accession Number: 2018.258.11

Geography
creation: Vienna (Austria)
en route: United States
Date
creation:  1901-1914
emigration:  1939 February

Short, white eyelet lace jacket owned by a Jewish Austrian refugee

Object | Accession Number: 2018.258.12

Geography
en route: United States
acquired: Vienna (Austria)
Date
acquired:  approximately 1900-before 1939 February
emigration:  1939 February

Cream-colored textile with crocheted lace accents owned by a Jewish Austrian refugee

Object | Accession Number: 2018.258.13

Geography
en route: United States
acquired: Vienna (Austria)
Date
acquired:  approximately 1900-before 1939 February
emigration:  1939 February

Set of 10 Rorschach plates with folded cardboard enclosure owned by a Jewish Austrian refugee

Object | Accession Number: 2018.258.14 a-k

Geography
publication: Bern (Switzerland)
distribution: United States
Date
publication:  after 1948
 
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