Papers of the Stott family of Hertfordshire relating to Jewish refugees

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

Correspondence with refugee committees, including the German Jewish Aid Committee, the Germany Emergency Committee and with individual refugees, about supporting them in the UK; letters about the Adler family, along with letters from the Adler family, and about other refugees, 1938-45; correspondence with Victor Gollancz and Professor A. V. Hill.

Papers relating to internment in the UK including `Some observations after four weeks' internment' at Onchan Internment Camp, Isle of Man.

Photographs of refugees and their families, 1938-83.

Pamphlets and publications on refugees.

Administrative / Biographical History

Papers of Cecil and Joan Stott, of Letchmore Heath, Hertfordshire, who assisted Jewish refugees during the Second World War, including Sigmund Adler (brother of the psychologist, Alfred Adler) and his sons, Kurt and Ernst, from Vienna.

Conditions Governing Access

Open for consultation

Note

Compiled by Gwennyth Anderson

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