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Sorger family photograph collection

Document | Accession Number: 2014.204.1

Collection of eight original photographs depicting the Sorger family in Obertyn, Poland. Elias Sorger (donor’s father) was a professional photographer and Golda Olga Schleimer Sorger (donor’s mother) took care of their three daughters and was an amateur photographer; Donia Rosa, b. 1922 and Ester Edzia, b. 1925, were Sulamit’s older sisters. Sulamit, the youngest, b. 1932, is the only survivor of her immediate family; her sisters were killed together on February 18, 1943 and the parents were killed together on March 3, 1943 after they were denounced. Sulamit survived hidden by several people and finally found safe haven in a convent, where she was given the name Krystyna.

Language
German
Genre/Form
Photographs.
Extent
9 photographs.
Extent
2 folder
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Krystyna Sulamit Sorger Carmi
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Record last modified: 2018-09-10 12:47:02
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