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White postcard with black printed postcard lines. Addressed to Erma Behonneck to Sigmund Kaufmann in black ink. Includes message written in black ink.
Information Provided by Michael D. Bulmash: White postcard with black printed postcard lines. Addressed to Erma Behonneck from Sigmund Kaufmann in Theresienstadt in black ink. Includes message written in black ink.Information Provided by Michael D. Bulmash: To: Mrs. Erna Behonnek in Brunn. Bäehergasse 25. From: Sigmund Kaufmann. Theresienstadt Wallstrausse No. 8.Translation: "My dear ones:Grandma wrote to you recently telling you that I am steadfast with rheumatism. I am improved and the change in the weather gets credit for it. Hopefully you and your dear child with God's help are well. Hopefully the new year will bring the things that are lacking and especially good health and good luck. Why do you now write so seldom? Here it is cold and we have snow. I mailed stamps to you. Did Maura and Hilda write? Please write about this soon. Also little girl (?) should write and how she is doing in Rehoof (?). Johnny and children come less frequently now but are (?). Praise God very well. With many greeting, to all of you, your Grandfather."
4 x 5 3/4"
Theresienstadt, Erna Behonnek, Erna Bru, Erna Behonneck Brum, Sigmund Kaufmann
"Theresienstadt Postcard" (1944). Bulmash Family Holocaust Collection. 2012.1.340.