Lorna Adelman photographs and papers
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Gratz College Holocaust Oral History Archive
Contains photographs and copy print images of Gil and Lorna Adelman in various displaced persons camps, primarily Zeilsheim, Lindenfels, and Wiesbaden. Incudes a pamphlet for the dedication of Synagogue Center of Wiesbaden, December 1946, and a document entitled “Programm der Purimfeier” by the Jewish Community of Wiesbaden.
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Quick pan of men with a flag at the Zeilsheim Displaced Persons camp in Germany. A young child eats an apple and stares at the camera. Posters tacked to tree trunks showing photographs of men and writing in Hebrew. 00:00:38 Outdoors, an archway decorated with a menorah, a star of David, and Hebrew/English inscriptions, including "Jewish Scout Camp". A large number of scouts -- teenaged boys and girls in uniform -- stand in rows while a white flag bearing a star of David is raised. Children and adults march behind the flag bearers. In Wiesbaden (?). A woman, possibly Lorna Adelman, with a wounded eye walks toward the camera and waves, followed by a young man in U.S. Army uniform, possibly Dr. Gilbert Adelman, and another man with wire-rimmed glasses and suspenders.