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Tan postcard with purple printed postcard lines. Addressed in blue ink to "An der Aeldesten der Juden in Litzmannstadt" [The Eldest of the Jews in Litzmannstadt] from Willi Kuperberg. Includes a message written in blue ink.Information Provided by Michael D. Bulmash: A forced laborer from Camp Granew requests a change of payee for money sent to someone in Litzmannstadt. Translation:"To the oldest Jew in Litzmannstadt.I am the underground construction worker Willi Kuuperberg. I wrote a postcard on 26 Dec 1941, requesting that Mrs. Jochovich be paid; but I am sorry that I have to hold it back. I am requesting that instead Mrs. Davo be paid out. Please excuse me that I changed my mind.Respectfully,Underground Construction worker,Willy KuperbergCamp Grunow."
4 x 5 3/4"
Litzmannstadt, Ghetto, Litzmannstadt Ghetto, Stamp, Grunow, Willi Kuuperberg, Willi Kuperberg
"Litzmannstadt Ghetto Postcard" (1941). Bulmash Family Holocaust Collection. 2012.1.319.