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The Levi family sits around an outdoor dining table.

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    The Levi family sits around an outdoor dining table.

    Among those pictured (left to right) are Walter, [unidentified], Margot, Nellie, and Max Levi.
    1925 - 1930
    Stuttgart, [Wuerttemberg] Germany?
    Photo Credit
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Carol Weinschenk Opton

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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Copyright: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Provenance: Carol Weinschenk Opton
    Second Provenance: Joseph J. Vlasto
    Source Record ID: Collections: 2013.508.1

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    Margot (nee Levi) Weinschenk (1912-1996) was born in Stuttgart, Germany to Nellie (nee Strauss; b. 1888) and Max Levi (b. 1886). She had one brother, Walter (1915-1945). She married Paul Weinschenk in 1929. Paul Weinschenk (1909-1986) was born to Gisela (nee Sundheimer; 1880-1980) and brewer Julius Weinschenk (1876-1930) in Nuremberg, Germany. He had one sister, Lilly (1904-1986), who married Sigmund Karl Kohnstamm. Both families left Germany in 1939 to escape Nazi persecution and immigrated to the United States and England. Margot and Paul settled in New York, and Max, Nellie, and Walter settled in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Lilly, Sigmund, and Gisela immigrated to England. Max, Nellie, and Walter Levi would later change their last name to Lane. Walter joined the United States Army, and was killed in action in 1945.
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