Sara Zayer papers
The Sara Zayer papers contain the correspondence of Sara Zayer, a Polish woman who immigrated to the United States in 1939 to live with her brother. Her husband was transported from Warsaw to the Łódź ghetto, and later was killed at Auschwitz. Contained in the letters are primarily Russian and Polish correspondence with her husband, family members, and friends.
The bulk of the Sara Zayer papers contain correspondence between Sara and various family members and friends. The letters are primarily in Russian and Polish, and contain a variety of topics but mainly discuss the status of family members. Aside from the individuals mentioned in the biographical note, relations could not be established between the correspondent and Sara Zayer. Other items in the collection include the boarding pass for the M.S. Batory, as well as two photograph books and papers from La Colonie Scolaire.
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