Hugo Zulawski papers
Consists of photographs, a photograph album, documents, and correspondence, owned by Hugo Zulawski, originally of Vienna, Austria. Mr. Zulawski immigrated to the United States in 1939 on a transport organized by Gilbert and Eleanor Kraus (the "50 children" transport). Prewar, wartime, and postwar family photographs include those Hugo took while in the United States military (1944-1947) and images of his parents while they were at the Kitchener Camp in England. Documents include restitution paperwork for property confiscated in Poland.
1 oversize box
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Judy Batishko
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Paula Wolkowitz (who went by the name "Pesa") was born in 1898 and was the mother of Hugo Zulawski, who was one of the "50 Children" from Vienna who were saved by Gilbert and Eleanor Kraus in 1939.
Prayer book owned by Hugo Zulawski, originally of Vienna, Austria, who immigrated to the United States in 1939 as a child on a transport organized by Gilbert and Eleanor Kraus, known as the 50 children transport.