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Sylvia and Abram Kolski photographs

Document | Accession Number: 1990.93.64

The Sylvia and Abram Kolski photographs document Sylvia and Abram Kolski and their families in Poland before and during the Holocaust and in France and the United States after World War II. Photographs depict Sylvia and Abram Kolski; Sylvia’s parents parents, brothers, and cousins; Frymet’s brother Abram Borenstein, her sister Laia Karpman, and their families; the individuals who hid with Sylvia and her father in a bunker in Krushev during the Holocaust; the Polish woman Bronislawa Witosinska who hid them; the Pogorzelski family who hid Abram Kolski following the Treblinka uprising; and two men who participated in the uprising with Abram. Additional photographs depict school children and Zionist youth in Tarczyn before the Holocaust and memorial erected after the Holocaust.

Date
approximately 1932-1970
Language
Polish
Genre/Form
Photographs.
Extent
7 folders
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Record last modified: 2019-03-15 11:01:21
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