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A: black and white photograph of profile of a male, ‘Pole 25670 K.L.Auschwitz’ below. B: black and white photograph of male in glasses wearing a striped hat and matching collared shirt, looking away from camera.
Information Provided by Michael D. Bulmash:
Mr. Stafl was from the town of Nymburk (Neuenberg in German on the Elbe in the Czech Republic. He was arrested by the Gestapo and deported to the small prison (Kleine Festung) at Theresienstadt Ghetto/Concentration Camp. He was transported to Auschwitz on January 14, 1942 and received prisoner number (Haftling Nr.) 25670. He had been transferred to the hospital Block 28 (in the main camp Auschwitz I) due to illness or inability to work. He perished at Auschwitz three months later, April 4, 1942.
5 x 3 3/4"
Josef Stafl, Auschwitz, Kleine Festung, Theresienstadt
"Original Prisoner Photographs for Josef Stafl (1886-1942), Auschwitz Concentration Camp Inmate" (1905). Bulmash Family Holocaust Collection. 2022.1.29ab.