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Correspondence room of the UNRRA Central Tracing Bureau, where typists write hundreds of letters daily in efforts to bring together families among the more than one million displaced persons still in western Europe.

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    Correspondence room of the UNRRA Central Tracing Bureau, where typists write hundreds of letters daily in efforts to bring together families among the more than one million displaced persons still in western Europe.
    Correspondence room of the UNRRA Central Tracing Bureau, where typists write hundreds of letters daily in efforts to bring together families among the more than one million displaced persons still in western Europe.

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    Correspondence room of the UNRRA Central Tracing Bureau, where typists write hundreds of letters daily in efforts to bring together families among the more than one million displaced persons still in western Europe.
    Date
    1946 January 28
    Locale
    Frankfurt-am-Main, [Hesse-Nassau; Hesse] Germany
    Variant Locale
    Frankfort
    Photo Credit
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of National Archives and Records Administration, College Park

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    Photo Source
    National Archives and Records Administration, College Park
    Copyright: Public Domain
    Source Record ID: 111-SC-220022

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    Record last modified:
    1995-04-27 00:00:00
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