Dulberg family papers
The Dulberg family papers contain documents and photographs related to Louis and Esther Dulberg’s families in the years before and after the Holocaust. Included in the collection are several documents pertaining to Louis’ immigration. Among them, copies of his birth certificate, Polish identification cards, correspondence regarding his Visa application, and affidavits affirming his Polish military service and nationality. The photographs contain images of Esther’s first husband, Moshe and their children, Bella and Henry, and Louis’ first wife, Sara and their three children. Also included are several photographs of the Dulberg family in post-war years dating up to 1983.
1 oversize folder
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Jeffrey and Loretta Dulberg
Record last modified: 2019-12-05 21:17:06
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Also in Lester and Esther Suna Dulberg family collection
The collection consists of a wallet, documents, and photographs relating to the experiences of Leiser Dulberg and Esther Suna (later) Dulberg before and during the Holocaust when they emigrated in 1939 from Łódź, Poland, to the United States.