Oral history interview with Eugenia Rotsztejn
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- Eugenia Rotsztejn
1992 August 05
1 sound cassette : analog..
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Kathryn Lichtenberg
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Also in Kathryn Lichtenberg and Walt E. Lichtenberg collection
The collection consists of a silver baby cup, correspondence, documents, a journal, a taped interview, and a Pentateuch relating to the experiences of the Lichtenberg and Stein families during and after the Holocaust.
Silver baby cup used by a member of the Lichtenberg or Stein families.
The Lichtenberg and Stein families papers include biographical material, correspondence, subject files, and photographs relating to the Lichtenberg and Stein families pre-war, wartime, and post-war experiences in Germany and the United States. Lichtenberg family papers include biographical material for Hermann Lichtenberg and Alfred Lichtenberg, wartime and post-war correspondence between family members, school records for Hermann, and immigration records for Alfred, Hermann and Kathe, Hermann’s sister, as well as family photographs. Stein family papers include biographical material for Siegfried Stein, school records for Irma Stein, and immigration records for Irma, Adolf, and Benjamin Stein as well as family photographs. The collection also includes family history and research.
Pentateuch [Torah] volume relating to the Lichtenberg and Stein families during the time period of the Holocaust.