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Drimmer and Gruber families papers

Document | Accession Number: 2011.143.2

The collection primarily consists of pre-war and post-war photographs of the Drimmer and Gruber families of Drohobycz, Poland (Drohobych, Ukraine). Included are childhood photographs of Marcel and his sister Irena, along with their parents Jakob and Laura (née Gruber) Drimmer, and relatives in the Drimmer and Gruber families in pre-war Drohobycz and post-war Walbrzych, Poland. Also included are photographs of Rywka Gruber who was killed in Lvov, Poland (Lviv, Ukraine) in 1941, and depictions of Jan and Sofia Sawinski, who hid members of the Drimmer and Gruber families in their barn in Mlynki Szkolnikowe, a small village near Drohobycz, from 1943 until liberation by the Red Army in 1944. Additionally, the collection includes Marcel’s post-war report cards and identification and employment documents, along with two clippings in Polish.

Date
inclusive:  1929-1960
Language
Polish
Extent
10 folders
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Marcel Drimer
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Marcel Drimer and Irena Drimer Wysoki
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Record last modified: 2019-08-02 12:28:56
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