Curt Gutsmuth papers
4 oversize folders
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Eric Gutsmuth
The Curt Gutsmuth papers include biographical material, correspondence, a photograph, and printed material relating to Curt and Nelly Gutsmuth and their family’s experiences escaping Germany and hiding in the Netherlands during the war. This collection also includes biographical material, testimony, and printed material relating to other victims of Holocaust. Curt was a philatelist and some of the documents relating to other victims were acquired by Curt while obtaining his collection.
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Also in Eric Gutsmuth collection
Consists of documents, leaflets, newspapers, Lodz, Theresienstadt and Westerbork ghetto and camp scrip, a diary, and philatelic material either documenting the Gutsmuth family prior to the War, their emigration, their being in hiding in the Netherlands or being imprisoned in Theresienstadt; or purchased by Eric Gutsmuth's father. Included are anti-Semitic propaganda and Dutch resistance leaflets.
Star of David patch worn by Eric Gutsmuth's mother-in-law, a German refugee in France during World War II