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David Title papers

Document | Accession Number: 2019.109.1

The collection documents David Title’s involvement with United Apter Relief, a charitable organization that operated from 1942-1952 and provided financial relief and assistance to Jewish immigrants from Opatów, Poland residing in New York, Toronto, Montreal, Palestine, and displaced persons camps. The collection primarily consists of David’s organizational files, which include case files, financial documents, correspondence, notes, newsletters, and a notebook. The case files are interfiled with other materials and include letters, photographs, and documents related to individuals the organization was trying to help, many of whom were survivors in DP camps. The collection also includes subject files regarding United Apter Relief and Opatów that were organized by David’s daughter Jacqueline Title. The subject files contain research on the organization, Opatów during the Holocaust, survivors, memorials, and David’s background, and primarily consist of clippings, copies of articles, and print-outs from the Internet.

inclusive:  1941-circa 2011
bulk:  1941-1952
2 boxes
1 oversize folder
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of the Estate of David Title
Record last modified: 2020-04-21 19:04:28
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