Sidney Lindenheim papers
The Sidney Lindenheim papers consist of German passports for Sidney, Jacob, and Eva Lindenheim, an immigration registration receipt for Chaskel, Gitta, and Amos Lindenheim, and an address book, notebook, and photograph taken aboard the SS Queen Mary documenting Sidney Lindenheim’s immigration to the United States in 1939. The address book and notebook contain addresses of friends and relatives in Europe and America as well as minimal notes about Lindenheim’s immigration.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Victor Lindenheim, in memory of Jacob and Eva Lindenheim
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Also in Sidney Lindenheim family collection
The collection consists of a pin, documents, a notebook, and a photograph relating to the experiences of Siegfried (later Sidney) Lindenheim and other family members before and during his immigration to the United States in 1939.
Lapel pin that belonged to Sidney Lindenheim of Vienna, Austria, who, at age fifteen, left for the United States in March 1939. His parents Eva and Jacob arrived in February 1940.