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Aaron Tunick papers

Document | Accession Number: 2017.537.2

The collection primarily consists of family correspondence received by Aaron Tunick, originally of Stołpce, Poland (Stolbsty or Stowbtsy, Belarus), after he emigrated from Poland in 1934. The bulk of the letters (1936-1941) are from his siblings, and in particular Henja and Yitzhak. The letters discuss a deteriorating situation, loss of their businesses because they are Jewish, a rise in antisemitism, and an urgency to flee Poland. A small amount of biographical material consists of a birth certificate and a Zionist Organization of Poland identification card. Also included are photographs depicting Aaron and his family and friends in Stołpce, Poland and his life after immigrating to the United States.

inclusive:  1923-1946
1 box
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Eileen Tunick
Record last modified: 2023-03-01 11:10:18
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