Müller family collection
- Collection Summary
- The collection consists of sheets of stationery from a paper store in Budapest owned by Jozsef Müller until 1944 when it war Aryanized. Small ball of thread taken by Aniko Müller from a textile factory in Zillerthal where she performed forced labor in the threading area. She took the thread with her when the factory was evacuated in advance of advancing Soviet troops. Jozsef Müller, his wife, and their 8 year old daughter were murdered at Auschwitz. Their older daughter Anniko, who was also deported to Auschwitz, survived.
- The collection was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2016 by Anna Müller Heller, the daughter of Jozsef Müller.
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Object | Accession Number: 2016.583.1
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