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Message written in pencil on Auschwitz stationery.
Information Provided by Michael D. Bulmash:
Letter written to his wife Irene. In part…”I received your letter and thank you very much. Whenever I receive good reports from you, I feel very much encouraged. It gives me hope and strength to carry on. When I see the address and number of your house, I feel relieved. I read your letter at once to find out if everyone at home is well. I was again very happy to receive a good report. I was deeply touched when you told me that you had knitted winter articles for me. We are provided with warm clothing. I do not need anything. Please let the children make use of the things. Anyway, we are not permitted to receive packages. I am happy that I enjoy good health. In my last letter I requested news regarding the entire family. Here is hoping that I will hear from you again soon. I would also like to ask to have the children write to me again. Greetings to all of my relatives and my dear friends. Greetings and kisses. Feliks
9 x 12"
Auschwitz, Suligowski, Sugliowski Feliks, Feliks Sugliowski
1941-1943: Deportation & Extermination: Concentration Camps and Extermination Centers
"Censored Auschwitz Letter Sheet from Polish Prisoner Feliks Suligowski" (1942). Bulmash Family Holocaust Collection. 2012.1.346.