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Loeb family papers

Document | Accession Number: 1997.74.49

The Loeb family papers consists of materials relating to the emigration of Olga Loeb and her son, Hans Otto Loeb, aboard the MS St. Louis. The papers contain telegrams, telegram receipts, correspondence from family members, a document relating to identity papers for Hans Otto Loeb, menus from the MS St. Louis, and an untitled poem written aboard the MS St. Louis. The collection also includes Loeb family photographs and photographs of Hans with classmates from the Jüdische Anlernwerkstatt, a Jewish vocational school, in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

The Loeb family papers consists of materials relating to the emigration of Olga Loeb (née Kann) and her son Hans Otto Loeb (also known as Harry Loeb) aboard the MS St. Louis. The papers contain telegrams and telegram receipts relating to the Loeb’s travel on the MS St. Louis which were sent to Olga Loeb from various family members including Eric Loeb, Estelle Loeb, Ludwig Jacobson, and Elisabeth Goldschmidt. The papers also include typewritten notes and letters written by Olga Loeb and Ludwig Jacobson, as well as an item relating to identity documentation for Hans Otto Loeb, 1938. Also included in the Loeb family papers are MS St. Louis menus and an untitled poem written aboard the MS St. Louis, circa May-June 1939.

The Loeb family photographs include photographs of Hans Otto Loeb, Ludwig Jacobson (Olga’s brother), Hans Otto Loeb, Olga Loeb, and Annemarie Wulff, as well as photographs of Hans Loeb with classmates at the Jüdische Anlernwerkstatt, a Jewish vocational school, in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

Date
inclusive:  1936-1939
Language
German
Spanish
Extent
4 folders
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Harry O. Loeb. In memory of the St. Louis passengers who perished.
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Harry Loeb
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Record last modified: 2019-08-02 06:59:15
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