Marsha and Robert Kreuzman papers
The collection consists of documents and photographs regarding the Holocaust experiences of Marsha (née Grünberg) and Robert Kreuzman, both of whom survived the Krakow ghetto and several camps including the Mauthausen concentration camp. Documents include Marsha’s parent’s wedding announcement; certificates and recommendations regarding Marsha’s work as a nurse in Mauthausen and the Bindermichl DP camp, 1945-1947; identification cards, and a copy of a letter sent to Senator Richard Russell on Marsha’s behalf regarding her immigration to the United States. Photographs include pre and post war depictions of family and friends, Marsha, Robert with his sister Mary, and Joseph Barbella, a United States Army soldier who brought Marsha to a hospital after she was liberated at Mauthausen.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Betty Pantirer Schwartz
Record last modified: 2022-05-02 13:55:38
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Also in Marsha and Robert Kreuzman collection
Documents and photographs related to Marsha G. Kreuzman (nee Grunberg) and Robert Kreuzman. Also includes Marsha's spoon from the Jewish Hospital in Krakow; and Robert Kreuzman's leather bracelet with metal prisoner number ID tag (#86778) from Mauthausen.
Marsha's spoon from the Jewish Hospital in Krakow.
Prisoner identification bracelet issued to Robert Kreuzman at Mauthausen concentration camp. It is stamped with his prisoner number 86778.