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Immunization certificate issued to Berta Bol prior to her immigration to the United States.

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    Immunization certificate issued to Berta Bol prior to her immigration to the United States.
    Immunization certificate issued to Berta Bol prior to her immigration to the United States.

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    Immunization certificate issued to Berta Bol prior to her immigration to the United States.
    Date
    1949 January 17
    Locale
    Zeilsheim, Germany
    Photo Credit
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Dana Boll

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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Copyright: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Provenance: Dana Boll

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    Biography
    Raymond (Roman Bol) Boll (grandfather of donor) was born in Juliseew, Poland outside of Gombin. His family were butchers and he took over running the business at a very young age. He married Bella Wojdeslawski, the daughter of a tailor from Gombin. In 1939 they fled Gombin iwith a few family members. Only the ones who fled with them survived the Holocaust. In their journey, Russians sent them to work camps in Archangelsk and then they were shipped with other deportees to Uzbekistan. After the war, they came to Germany and settled in Frankfurt-Am-Main at the Zeilsheim DP camp, where Roman organized a synagogue. Raymond spoke seven languages and may have worked for the CIC. Eventually Roman and Bella immigrated to America and settled in New Jersey. He served as a president of the NJ Gombiner Young Mens Benevolent Society (the descendant organization which united the NY, NJ and Chicago Gombiners is now called The Gombin Historical and Geneological Society).
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