Luggage tag for the US used by a Jewish refugee from Vienna
- Object Type
Luggage tags (aat)
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Harriet Feldmann
Luggage tag used by Egon Feldmann, who fled Vienna in 1939 with his first wife Elsie and then continued on the the United States. It is for the French Line Transatlantique, 3rd class, from Le Havre to New York via Southhampton.
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Also in Egon Feldmann collection
The collection consists of a luggage tag, correspondence, documents, identity cards, and photographs related to the experiences of Egon Feldmann and his mother, Sofie, before and during the Holocaust in Vienna, Austria, and Egon's immigration to Basel, Switzerland with his first wife, Else, in 1939, and later in the United States.
Consists of photographs, correspondence, identity cards, and documents related to the Holocaust experiences of Egon Feldmann and his mother, Sofie. Includes passports; Egon Feldmann's school documents (including medical school); tax documents from Vienna; material related to his immigration to Basel, Switzerland with his first wife, Else in 1939; correspondence between Sofie and the German Jewish Aid Committee in London in 1939; and Egon's life in the United States.