Oral history interview with Frank Ullman and Emily Ullman
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Also in Ullman family collection
Documents, correspondence, poetry, photograph albums, loose photographs, ephemera, audiovisual materials, and other items related to Leo S. Ullman and his family's life in the Netherlands prior to World War II, and their experiences in hiding during the German occupation of the Netherlands after 1940. Also includes material about their post-war lives in the Netherlands and immigration to the United States. Also included is the memoir of Emily Ullman, titled "A Stormy Survival" (1976), "Stories by Emily Ullman," the memoir of Leo Ullman, titled "796 Days," family geneaological data, and books and artwork by Jo Spier.
The collection documents the Holocaust-era experiences of Frank, Emily, and Leo Ullman who survived the Holocaust hidden in and around Amsterdam. The collection included pre-war, wartime, and post-war biographical material, correspondence, photographs, writings, and publications regarding the Ullman (previously Ullmann), Loeb, and Konijn families in the Netherlands.