Radio broadcast interview with Aharon Carmi
1 sound cassette (90 min.).
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Juanita Carmi
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Also in Juanita Carmi collection
Photographs of the exended family of Juanita Carmi (nee Chmielnicki), including pre-World War II photos from Poland, post-war photographs of her step-father, Markus Kavior, and the latter's naturalization (United States) certificate. Also include is material related to a historical research project conducted by Carmi in the 1992, for a university class, in which she interviewed four Holocaust survivors about their experiences as displaced persons in the immediate aftermath of World War II. This material includes four audiocassette recordings of the interviews, a typed list of questions, and the resulting research paper that drew upon the interviews as source material. Also included is an audiocassette recording of an interview conducted with Carmi's cousin, Aharon Carmi, which was part of a radio program broadcast in Israel in 1991.
Photographs (10), of the family of Juanita Carmi, including pre-World War II photos of her paternal aunt, Nechuma Chmielnicki Fuks, and pre- and post-war photos of her stepfather, Markus Kavior. Also includes the certificate of naturalization (United States) for Markus Kavior (1952), as well as a research paper written by Carmi in 1992, for a course at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, titled "Out of Hell: The Immigrant Experience of Jewish Holocaust Survivors." This paper was based on interviews conducted by Carmi with six Holocaust survivors, and audio-recordings of those interviews are cataloged separately.