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Kathe and Martin with Merta Katz, c.1916, in the garden of the Schmalz home in Gnesen. Merta was the daughter of Yaakov Katz and was adopted as a `house-daughter' by the Schmalz family. This was a tradition whereby daughters of poorer relatives were brought up in, and married from, the house of wealthier relatives. Merta and her family died in the concentration camps. Reverse: P.C. format.
Kathe and Martin with Merta Katz, c.1916, in the garden of the Schmalz home in Gnesen. Merta was the daughter of Yaakov Katz and was adopted as a `house-daughter' by the Schmalz family. This was a tradition whereby daughters of poorer relatives were brought up in, and married from, the house of wealthier relatives. Merta and her family died in the concentration camps. Reverse: P.C. format.
c.1916
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Title:
Kathe and Martin with Merta Katz, c.1916, in the garden of the Schmalz home in Gnesen. Merta was the daughter of Yaakov Katz and was adopted as a `house-daughter' by the Schmalz family. This was a tradition whereby daughters of poorer relatives were brought up in, and married from, the house of wealthier relatives. Merta and her family died in the concentration camps. Reverse: P.C. format.
Date of work:
c.1916
Reference number:
GB124.DPA/1444/29
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Unrestricted
Record types:
COMPONENT
Language:
English
Record number:
7487991
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