Stephen Lerman papers
The Stephen Lerman papers consists of six photographs of Lerman’s family and himself. All but one of the photographs capture images of Lerman’s family prior to his imprisonment in several concentration camps. The photograph marked 1991.105.02 is a portrait of Stephen Lerner. 1991.105.03 shows the Lerman family in 1938. From left to right: Stephen, mother Sara, sister Shana, father Izak Wolfe, and brother David. The photograph marked 1991.105.04 was taken in 1931 and shows from left to right: sisters Miriam, Bessie, and Goldie, with Stephen’s cousin Szlama in the rear. The photograph marked 1991.105.05 is a portrait of Miriam Lermann (sister) taken in 1931. Photograph 1991.105.07 is a photograph from 1931 of Bessie (sister) and her husband David Jablonki standing in the rear, with Miriam (sister) and her husband Mayer with their son Isaac, sitting. Finally, 1991.105.08 is a photograph from 1923 with Stephen’s sister Miriam, uncle Ben Burstein, and grand-father Isaac Burstein.
Included in the documents folder are Stephen Lerman’s identity card, stating that he was a prisoner in the concentration camps Auschwitz, Oranienburg, and Dachau. Also included is a pass to the Nuremburg trials.
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Stephen Lerman
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