Danielle and David Snegg papers
The Danielle and David Snegg papers primarily consist of letters from Danielle’s father to Danielle in Paris that were smuggled out of the Blechhammer labor camp as well as love letters exchanged between Danielle and her future husband, American serviceman David Snegg, at the end of the war while Danielle waited for her father to return home. The collection also includes a postcard and letter Danielle’s parents wrote to her from Drancy in the hours before their deportation in September 1942, one real and one false identification card for Danielle, David’s immunization record, and photographs of Avram and Marguerita Halerie, Danielle and David Snegg, and the Pliez family who housed Danielle in Paris during the war.
bulk: circa 1920-1949
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Michel Snegg
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Also in Danielle [Fernande] Halerie Snegg and David Snegg collection
The collection consists of a Star of David badge and correspondence relating to the experiences of Avram [Adolf] Halerie, his wife, Marguerite [Ita], and their children Danielle [Fernande] and David during and after the Holocaust in France, during which Avram, Ita, and David perished, and Danielle survived in hiding.
Star of David badge owned by Avram [Adolf] Halerie, his wife, Marguerite [Ita] and their children Danielle [Fernande] and David.