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A closeup of the identification photograph adhered to the Lithuanian Safe Conduct Pass issued to Markus Nowogrodzki. This pass was eventually bound into a passport. It contains Sugihara ink stamps, two Russian transit visas, a Lithuanian stamp, an American non-immigration visa, and a Seattle entry stamp.

Photograph | Photograph Number: N03122.01

A closeup of the identification photograph adhered to the Lithuanian Safe Conduct Pass issued to Markus Nowogrodzki. This pass was eventually bound into a passport. It contains Sugihara ink stamps, two Russian transit visas, a Lithuanian stamp, an American non-immigration visa, and a Seattle entry stamp.

Sugihara visa (center left) issued with a legitimate emergency ("non-immigration") visa for the U.S. (bottom, far left) obtained in Kaunas in July 1940, one of only a few dozen U.S. visas issued before the consulate closed in mid-August, 1940.

Date
August 1940
Locale
Lithuania
Photo Credit
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Markus & Mary Nowogrodzki
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Record last modified: 2001-02-13 00:00:00
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