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False identification papers used by the donor's mother-in-law Stefania Gutentag Minc during her years of hiding in occupied Poland. Minc lived under the asumed name of Stefanja Korowska.

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    False identification papers used by the donor's mother-in-law Stefania Gutentag Minc during her years of hiding in occupied Poland. Minc lived under the asumed name of Stefanja Korowska.
    False identification papers used by the donor's mother-in-law Stefania Gutentag Minc during her years of hiding in occupied Poland.  Minc lived under the asumed name of Stefanja Korowska.

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    Caption
    False identification papers used by the donor's mother-in-law Stefania Gutentag Minc during her years of hiding in occupied Poland. Minc lived under the asumed name of Stefanja Korowska.
    Date
    1942 August 17
    Locale
    Olsztyn, [Olsztyn] Poland
    Variant Locale
    Allenstein
    Photo Credit
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Frank Morgens (Mieczyslaw Morgenstern)

    Rights & Restrictions

    Photo Source
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Copyright: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Provenance: Frank Morgens (Mieczyslaw Morgenstern)
    Source Record ID: Collections: 1992.185.1

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    Photo Designation
    RESCUERS & RESCUED -- Poland

    Administrative Notes

    Biography
    Frank Morgens (originally Mieczyslaw Morgenstern) grew up in Lodz. He was married to Maria Minc, who gave birth to twin daughters, Sylvia Awiwa and Anne Ileana in April 1939. During the war the family secured false papers and a place to live with the assistance of a Polish Catholic woman, Walentyna Zak. The Morgensterns lived out the war in Olsztyn, where they were joined by Maria's mother, Stefania Gutentaj Minc, and Mieczyslaw's mother Dorota Gotheil Morgenstern. Dorota came to live with them after escaping from the Warsaw ghetto.

    Walentyna Zak converted to Judaism immediately after the war and married the Polish Jew, Zew Sztajnert. The couple moved to Israel in 1948.
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