Marianne and Edgar Fraenkel papers
Documents and correspondence illustrating the experiences of Marianne (Theisebach) and Edgar Fraenkel, who both fled Germany for the United States in 1937 (Marianne) and 1941 (Edgar). Includes birth certificates; identification documents; safe-conduct passes and affidavits in lieu of passports issued in France; U.S. naturalization documents; U.S. army documents issued to Edgar; Red Cross letters; a Reisepass (passport) issued to Marianne in August 1933; United Kingdom immigrant registration paperwork; and other documentation of their efforts to flee Nazi Germany.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum collection, gift of Peter Fraenkel
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