Edith Wornian family papers
Documents related to the experiences of the donor's parents, in particular, Edith Wornian (née Affenkraut), and her status as a hidden child in Belgium during the occupation, including the smuggling of her through France to Spain, and her subsequent immigration to the United States and reunion with her family. Documents include a one-page typewritten narrative about her experience, official documents from Germany (birth and immunization certificates), affidavits, educational records, marriage certificates, and U.S. naturalization documents. Also included are documents related to her husband, Jack (Jakob) Wornian, including his post-war identification documents, U.S. naturalization certificate, and death certificate.
Accretion: Two documents for Jack Wornian (donor's father) and account of the experiences of Edith Wornian (donor's mother)
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Larry Wornian
Record last modified: 2021-11-10 13:04:07
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Also in Wornian family collection
Contains materials documenting the experiences of the Wornian family. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
Two documents for Jack Wornian (donor's father) and account of the experiences of Edith Wornian (donor's mother).