Czerner, Fröhlich, and Porges families papers
1 oversize box
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum collection, gift of Andrew Schapiro
Correspondence, telegrams, documents, passports, photographs, and related materials concerning the Czerner, Frölich, and Porges families; the emigration of Max and Irma Frölich Czerner from Prague to the U.S. with their infant son Tom in 1939; correspondence regarding their efforts to secure visas and transportation for their daughters Helga and Raya, which includes descriptions of life in Prague for their families; letters, postcards and documents pertaining to Max and Irma Czerner after arriving in the U.S.; the contents Dr. Erwin Frölich’s briefcase which he gave to a cousin prior to his deportation with items he assembled in his attempt to emigrate and find a position abroad; and family papers and photographs prior to and during the Nazi era.
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