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Portrait of Guido Nacamu posing with his camera and his wife Lisl Meier Nacamu.

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    Portrait of Guido Nacamu posing with his camera and his wife Lisl Meier Nacamu.
    Portrait of Guido Nacamu posing with his camera and his wife Lisl Meier Nacamu.

Guido was from Ancona, Lisl from Germany. They lived in Milan before moving to New York in 1939 due to the racial laws in Germany and Italy.

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    Portrait of Guido Nacamu posing with his camera and his wife Lisl Meier Nacamu.

    Guido was from Ancona, Lisl from Germany. They lived in Milan before moving to New York in 1939 due to the racial laws in Germany and Italy.
    Date
    Circa 1930 - 1935
    Locale
    Milan, [Lombardy] Italy ?
    Variant Locale
    Milano
    Photo Credit
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Alessandra Nacamu

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    Photo Source
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Copyright: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Provenance: Alessandra Nacamu

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    Biography
    Daniele Nacamu (the father of the donor) was born in 1929 to Oscar Nacamu (b. 1895) and Dalila Pancaldi (b. 1904). Daniele has one younger brother Leonardo (b. 1930). The family whose name originally was Nahamu lived in Ancona on Italy's coast, and Daniele and Leonardo grew up in Bologna. Oscar Nacamu, the son of Leonardo Nacamu and Clotilde Coen Nacamu had three siblings: Salvatore (b. 1898), Dora (b. 1894-1938) and Guido (b. 1901). The family was assimilated and middle class, and experienced relatively little antisemitism until the advent of the racial laws of 1938. The entire Nacamu family survived the war.
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