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Schloss family papers

Document | Accession Number: 2018.503.1

The Schloss family papers consist of French, Cuban, and American immigration and travel records documenting the Schloss family’s escape from Nazi-occupied France and photographs documenting Henriette Schloss as a baby and toddler in France. French records include certificates and a letter documenting Max’s service in the French Foreign Legion and safe conduct documents for Max and Johanna (Jeanne) Schloss. Cuban records include immigration, travel, and registration documents as well as certificates acknowledging donations the Schloss family made to the French organization “France Libre” in Havana. American records include immigration documents from the American Consulate in Marseilles, the States Department, and the American Embassy in Havana; travel documents; Selective Service cards; and naturalization certificates for Max and Johanna Schloss. Photographs depict Henriette Schloss as a little girl in France.

inclusive:  circa 1937-1948
4 folders
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of David L. Barkey
Record last modified: 2020-04-21 19:02:30
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