The collection consists of press clippings, book reviews, correspondence, obituaries, and a yellow star that reads "Juif"
worn by a French holocaust survivor and given to Nasatir during a visit to Paris.
Ida Nasatir was born in Denver, Colorado in 1910. She attended UC Berkeley, where she majored in English. She met her husband,
Abraham Nasatir, while at Berkeley. They married in 1929, and came to San Diego when Abraham accepted a teaching position
on the faculty at San Diego State College.
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