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Naymark family genealogy and history

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    Consists of one typed manuscript, 99 pages, entitled "Naymark Family Genealogy and History," written and compiled by Richard Naymark in 2013. In the manuscript, Mr. Naymark describes his family's history beginning in the 1860s in Poland, the immigration of some members of his family to the United States and settling in Duluth, MN, in the early 1900s. The manuscript includes translations of correspondence between David Naymark in the United States and his sisters, who remained in Poland and lived in Warsaw, and includes descriptions of the wartime fates of the Weicner and Naymark families in Poland.
    publication/distribution:  2013
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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Richard Naymark
    Collection Creator
    Richard Naymark

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    Richard Naymark donated this manuscript to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2013.
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