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Gorenstein family papers

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    Contains a photograph and Red Cross letter concerning the experiences of Morris and Lora Gorenstein, who were deported to Mogilev in Transnistria [modern day Moldova] with their children Harry and Dady. The letter is written from Morris Gorenstein in the Jewish Community of Transnistria to family in New York, who then responded and returned the letter inquiring after one family member, Dady, who Morris did not mention had died in Transnistria. The photograph is a post-war image of Morris, Lora, Harry and Michael Gorenstein.
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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Michael Gorenstein

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    Letters. Photograph.
    1 folder
    1 oversize folder

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    The papers were was donated to the United States Holocasut Memorial Museum in 2013 by Mike Gorenstein, the son of Morris and Lora Gorenstein.
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