Ansbacher family collection
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Sigrid Jean Ansbacher Strauss
Letters that Sigrid wrote to her parents in Frankfurt from Sweden (while she was in a hospital, a rehabilitation facility, and living/working on her own), September 6, 1945 - June 6, 1946; Documents from Theresienstadt: 11 October 1944, typed note from Sigrid’s mother, Selma Ansbacher to the Zentralsekretariat, pleading to take out Sigrid and not send her away. Carbon copy; Sigrid’s father, Ludwig Ansbacher’s bank book, Theresienstadt Ghetto; Death notice for Rosa Sara Karl (geb. Strauss), a distant relative of Sigrid’s mother, Ghetto Theresienstadt; “Impfkarte” [vaccination card]; Czechoslovak Repatriation Office, registration card for Ludwig Ansbacher, June 16, 1945; Military Government of Germany, military government exemption for Selma Ansbacher. Authorized her to travel in Frankfurt and vicinity, 100 Km, bicycle. “May ride in KZ Theresienstadt; Document. Bremen Emigrant Staging Area. Selma Ansbacher. Block no. 4. Room no. 5. Bed no. 76; Document. Emigration Assembly Center. No. 590. Frankfurt, Germany. Selma Ansbacher. No. 40. Ausweis Nr. 14; Embarkation card for Mrs. Selma Ansbacher, S.S. Marine Perch; Declaration of Intention, USA, October 29, 1946; Notes written by Selma Ansbacher with key dates and addresses; Terezin Reunion. Commemorating the 30th Anniversary of Our Liberation, 1975. List of participants (2 copies); Newspaper article, “A Reunion of Sadness & Joy,” Daily News [New York], October 13, 1975; Two 8 x 10 black-and-white photographs of Sigrid and other women at the Terezin Reunion; Identification card for Ludwig Ansbacher, Jüdische Gemeinde zu Frankfurt; Document for Ludwig Israel Ansbacher, Reichsvereinigung der Juden in Deutschland.
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