Fritzi Klein Natko papers
The Fritzi Klein Natko papers consist of biographical materials, correspondence, photographs, and an autograph book owned by Fritzi Klein, who immigrated to the United States as a child in June 1939 as part of the "50 children" group organized by Gilbert and Eleanor Kraus. Biographical materials include birth, marriage, residency, and naturalization certificates and identification papers. Correspondence includes letters and postcards exchanged among Fritzi in the United States, her brother in England, and their parents in Austria. Photographs depict Fritzi and Herbert Klein, their parents, and other relatives in Austria. The autograph book contains poetry and illustrations dedicated to Fritzi from her friends in Austria and America.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Gilda and Steven Natko
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Also in Fritzi Klein Natko collection
The collection consists of a prayer book, correspondence, a passport, identity papers, photographs, and an autograph book relating ot the experiences of Fritzi Klein and her family before, during, and after the Holocaust, who, as a child, emigrated from Vienna, Austria, to the United States in June 1939 as part of the 50 Children group organized by Gilbert and Eleanor Kraus.
Jewish prayer book that belonged to Fritzi Klein, who, as a child, emigrated from Vienna, Austria, to the United States in June 1939 as part of the 50 Children group organized by Gilbert and Eleanor Kraus.