Pillowcase embroidered with scenes of camp life owned by a Dutch civilian held in a Japanese internment camp
Furnishings and Furniture
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Dale Dikker
Embroidered pillowcase owned by Adolphe and Raechel Dikker during World War II when Adolphe, a Dutch civilian, was imprisoned in a Japanese internment camp in Java. The pillowcase decorations depict scenes of camp life.
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Also in Adolphe and Raechel Dikker collection
The collection consists of a postcard and a pillowcase relating to the experiences of Adolphe and Raechel Dikker during World War II when Adolphe, a Dutch civilian, was imprisoned in a Japanese internment camp in Java.
Date: approximately 1945
Contains a postcard sent from Celine Cassutto in New York City via Prisoner of War Post to Civilian Internee Adolphe Dikker (donor’s grandfather) a Dutch Civilian Internee held by Japanese authorities in an internment camp in Java.