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Czarny family papers

Document | Accession Number: 2014.202.1

Travel documents, photographs (71), and correspondence relating to the Czarny (also spelled Charney or Chorney) family in Baranowicze, Poland (present day Baranovichy, Belarus). Includes pre-war photographs, corresopndence between Mojzesz Czarny and his family in Poland, including following his immigration to the United States, as well as correspondence sent from his family after the Soviet occupation of eastern Poland, and travel documents related to his immigration. Mojzesz Czarny immigrated from Poland to the US in 1938 leaving behind his parents Leib and Henia, and his two sisters Rywa and Berta, her husband Lazar Kacew and their daughter Pola. None of the family survived the Holocaust.

Date
1923-1947  (inclusive)
Language
Polish
Yiddish
Extent
2 folders
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Helene Chorney Shipon This gift is made in memory of her father Mojzesz Czarny Chorney
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Record last modified: 2018-08-24 12:12:22
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