Letters, documents, and postcards addressed primarily to Louis, Abraham and Harold Robinson, U.S. residents who were attempting
to aid Jewish relatives in Poland to flee persecution under the Germans in Europe. The collection includes documents describing
and explaining the American immigration visa process for Jews attempting to leave Poland immediately preceding and during
the German invasion; letters of introduction vouching for character; a passport; and some printed ephemera (business and visiting
cards, some school records).
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