This collection contains the personal papers of Max and Edith Greenwood, former Jewish refugees from Germany. Max Greenwood was one of the first people who fled Germany in 1933 after his medical licence was withdrawn. The exact circumstances of the emigration of Edith Hanauer and her parents are not known.
Included are Max Greenwood's qualifications and medical thesis, probate, last will, death certificate and papers relating to his restitution claim; correspondence and papers relating to the estates of Alfred Heidenheimer, Max Greenwood and Rosa Hanauer; James Greenwood's school reports and Barmitzvah book; Rosa Hanauer's ID card and last wills; as well as family photographs. Also included are papers relating to research into the history of the Heidenheimer family.