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Marianne and Edgar Fraenkel papers

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    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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    1 folder

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    Donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2019 by Peter Fraenkel, son of Marianne and Edgar Fraenkel.
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