Papers of Eva Manes, 1957, comprise a typscript letter addressed to Eva Manes from an unidentified friend of the family describing what happened to Eva's parents and other friends and acquaintances after her departure from Berlin before the war. The author also describes his own experiences after the war in Berlin.
Manes, Eva: Letter from a friend (1957)
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- ReferenceGB 1556 WL 1536
- Dates of Creation1957
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- Language of MaterialGerman
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Administrative / Biographical History
Eva Manes was the daughter of Philip Manes, a German Jewish fur-trader, who was transported to Theresienstadt, then Auschwitz where he perished with his wife. See GB 1556 WL 1346 for more background information on the family.
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Deposited by Eva Manes.
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Entry compiled by Howard Falksohn.
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