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Anker family collection

Collection Summary
Collection consists of one postcard written by George Fogelson's grandparents, Georg and Gertrud Anker, to their children who were sent on a Kindertransport from Berlin (12 June 1939); and another postcard writen by George Fogelson's mother, Hilde Anker, and sister, Eva Anker, from Bremen to her parents, Georg and Gertrude Anker on their way to England on a Kindertransport. Also included is a packing list for Hilde Anker, Judische Privateschule document, a blank restitution form, a receipt for a donation for 100 Reichsmarks to Jewish Winterilfe, a Jewish newspaper dated December 5, 1941, a Jewish community newspaper addressed to Bertha Gottschalk, a document for the rules relating to incoming tax and Jewish property dated January 10, 1941, a receipt issued by a Jewish relief and care of youth organization, three documents pertaining to Ursula and Paul Elgart and a handkerchief that Hilden Anker took on a kindertransport.
The collection was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2002 by George Fogelson
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Anker family collection

Document | Accession Number: 2002.89.1

circa 1939

Handkerchief taken by Hilden Anker on a Kindertransport

Object | Accession Number: 2002.89.2

Record last modified: 2020-12-30 12:09:08
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