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David Reisfeld papers

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    Documents pertaining to the efforts of David Reisfeld of New York City, who working with an American aid organization, the Humane Refugee Aid Society, Inc., sought to facilitate the immigration of several Jewish refugees from Austria to the United States in 1938-1939. Includes documentation about efforts to assist Karl Friedenthal (Vienna), Mr. and Mrs. Levi Hornstein (Vienna), and Hermann Singer (originally of Vienna, writing from Kitchener Camp, England).
    inclusive:  1938-1939
    Credit Line
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of David Matlow
    Collection Creator
    David Reisfeld
    Little is known about David Reisfeld, other than that he worked for a company called Abraham and Company in New York City, and lived on Long Island, at 1175 E. Broadway, Hewlett (Long Beach/Rockaway) in 1939. In 1940 an apartment building was constructed at that address, and the 1940 census shows a person by this name, aged 52, born in New York, married and the father of three children, living in nearby Hempstead.

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    English German
    1 folder

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    Gift of David Matlow, 2013.
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