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Selma Aufhaeuser affidavit

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    Consists of one affidavit submitted to the general consul in Stuttgart, Germany, by Ludwig and Pepi Ottenheimer of New York City, in support of the visa application of Selma Aufhaeuser of Bavaria, Germany. The affidavit was notarized on April 10, 1941. The effort was ultimately unsuccessful; Selma Aufhaeuser and her husband were part of the first deportations of German Jews to Riga, and were killed upon arrival as part of the Rumbula massacre.
    creation:  1941
    Credit Line
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Dr. Samuel Hessel

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    1 folder

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    Personal Name
    Aufhaeuser, Selma.

    Administrative Notes

    Dr. Samuel Hessel, owner of By the Book antiquarian books, donated this document to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2015.
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