Shmuel Rosenbaum papers
The Shmuel Rosenbaum papers consist of biographical materials and photographs documenting Shmuel Rosenbaum and his family before World War II in Poland and Palestine and after the war in Sweden. Biographical materials include identification papers, residence certificates, and a Swedish naturalization application documenting Rosenbaum’s birth in Radom, Poland, and his postwar life in Sweden. Photographs depict Shmuel and his family and friends in prewar Poland (Radom and Warsaw) and Palestine (Tel Aviv and Haifa) and in postwar Sweden (Konga, Malmö, Ryd, Stockholm, Tranås, and Tynningö). The photograph album formerly housed most of the photographs in the collection. The album bears a 1946 inscription to Shmuel Rosenbaum from many of the students in a Hebrew class he taught in the displaced persons community in Konga, Sweden. Most of the signatories are pictured in folder 4 (28th photograph).
1 oversize box
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Sara Rosenbaum
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