Alexander Gleis papers
The Alexander Gleis papers consist primarily of Gleis' firsthand accounts of his experiences surviving the Stanisławów ghetto, hiding in an underground shelter at the home of a Polish Catholic named Staszek Jackowski, being liberated, and moving to Israel. The papers also include retellings of the Jackowski story by Ruth Gruber and in clippings, biographical materials documenting Gleis and his wife, maps of Stanisławów, photographs of Gleis and his family before and after the war, and two letters to Gleis from the Bayerisches Landesentschädigungsamt.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Ruth Gleis
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