Beller family papers
Consists of documents, copyprints, and lesson books owned by the family of Leo and Mina Beller and their son Paul, originally of Vienna, Austria. Includes Mina Tennenbaum Beller's education documents; Paul Beller's handwritten lesson books (1938-1939); and a transit card and passport used by Leo Beller (1938-1940).
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Glenda and Paul Beller
Record last modified: 2021-11-10 13:04:13
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Also in Paul Beller family collection
The collection consists of a handkerchief, documents, copy prints, and lesson books relating to the experiences of Leo and Mina Beller and their son Paul before and during World War II in Vienna, and their separate journeys to the United States during and after the war.
Handkerchief used by Leo Beller, originally of Vienna, Austria.
Leo Beller with Leib and Malka Tennenbaum in Fort Tryon Park in New York City on October 24, 1954. More of the Beller family, including Mina. Paul Beller in U.S. Army uniform, visiting his parents on November 7, 1954 in New York City. Paul walks towards the camera on a city sidewalk with his grandfather Leib. A young woman and child walk along and play on a slide.