Rachel Greene Rottersman papers
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of John Blair Rottersman
The Rachel Greene Rottersman papers consist of biographical materials about Rottersman’s UNRRA career; correspondence and reports about the children’s home at Aglasterhausen; notes and drafts for the memoirs Rottersman never completed; photographs of children and employees at Aglasterhausen; and printed materials about UNRRA’s work with displaced children.
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Also in Rachel Greene Rottersman collection
The collection consists of paintings, audio recordings, correspondence, documents, reports, and writings related to the experiences of Rachel Greene Rottersman during her career with UNRRA and her work at the children’s home at Aglasterhausen, Germany, assisting displaced children after World War II.
Painting of Aglastershausen children's home given to Rachel Greene Rottersman, a United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration [UNRRA] official who worked with displaced children in Europe after the war.