Oregon State University Libraries - Special Collections and Archives Research Center
The William C. Bryant Collection consists of publications, ephemera, and photographs assembled by Bryant during his student years at Oregon Agricultural College (OAC) in 1902 to 1905. The publications include two OAC New Friends notebooks with autographs of fellow students; a college bulletin for 1902-1903 with annotations by Bryant for his brother; a 1904-1905 student handbook and calender with notations; and a pamphlet on cadet regulations from the Oregon National Guard. The ephemera include a broadside with the words for football game yells and songs, a photocopy of a sign requesting information on vandalism to a campus building in 1902, and a letter from Professor John B. Horner to George Pope, of Woodburn, referring to Bryant. The collection includes five mounted photographic prints of fellow students or individuals affiliated with Cauthorn Hall dated 1904-1905. Two of the images are portrait photographs of waitresses at Cauthorn Hall (P140:1 and P140:5) made by W.S. Gardner. One ... Read More
Oregon State University Libraries - Special Collections and Archives Research Center
The Willetta Moore Photograph Album consists of images assembled by Moore during her student years at Oregon Agricultural College in 1913-1916. The album includes snapshots and several photographic postcards; a few of the images have captions and dates. The images reflect her social activities with other students and include many interior views of Waldo Hall, where she resided, and campus views from Waldo Hall. Of special note are images of outdoor pageants and processions; outings, cookouts, and picnics, including an excursion to Newport; canoeing; Junior Flunk Day; women playing tennis; a July Fourth parade float; and graduates at commencement activities. The album includes many images of women students, including one of a group of women wearing bandages on their upper arms apparently after receiving vaccinations with the caption "preparedness". This collection also includes a book co-authored by Moore, Food Purchasing for the Home by Ruetta Day Blinks (Iowa State College) and Moore ... Read More
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Includes the survivor testimonies of Ernst Hacker, Lory Glaubach, Alice Tauscher Morawetz, and William Nagel, all natives of Austria. The testimonies were written by the aforementioned survivors at the American Gathering for Holocaust Survivors in Apr 1983. The testimonies describe the plight of Austrian Jews before World War II; life in concentration camps; liberation; and emigration
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Consists of photocopies of photographs taken during Apr and May of 1945 of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp shortly after liberation by the 2nd British Army. Included are photos of camp survivors, burial of dead prisoners by the SS guards of the camp, the burning of several barracks by the British, and several groups of women in the camp
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Consists of records relating to various activities of the Reichsministerium des Innern during the Holocaust. Contains information about sterilization, abortion, racial purity, mental illness, experiments on criminals, sexual deviance, and care for wounded German civilians and wounded military personnel
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Consists of the Nov 1944 report of the War Refugee Board, which contains the testimony of two Slovak Jews and a non-Jewish Polish soldier. The report involves eyewitness testimony of conditions in Auschwitz and other concentration camps during their years of operation. Among the topics discussed are methods of killing, succession of identification numbers, and transports from various ghettos and Nazi camps
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Includes testimonies, letters, and articles relating to the liberation of Mauthausen concentration camp. Included is information about activities of the 11th US Armored Division and the 130th US Evacuation Hospital, the work of US Army nurses with the survivors of the camp, and the situation of starvation and poor sanitation in the camp upon liberation. Also included is a speech given by Marie Knowles Ellifritz on 05 June 1982 to the Elizabeth Buxton Hospital Nurses Alumnae describing her experiences as a US Army nurse serving at Mauthausen after liberation
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Contains Häftlingspersonalbogen (prisoner registration forms) 1 through 331 for female prisoners at the women's camp at Auschwitz and Häftlingspersonalbogen 1 through 4,500 for male prisoners at the Auschwitz main camp. Each of the Häftlingspersonalbogen contains information about a particular Jew brought to Auschwitz from one of a number of locations in Europe, such as date of birth, place of birth, marital status, date of arrest, date of entry into the camp, nationality, occupation, religion, race, and physical appearance. Also included is information about use of prisoners for labor; prisoners transferred from Majdanek; and divisions of the Reichssicherheitshauptamt making arrests of Jews to be sent to Auschwitz. The bulk dates for the creation of the forms range from May 1943 to Oct 1944. Some forms dated 1943 are found out of sequence at the end of reel 9
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Includes biographical information on Aleksander Kulisiewicz in addition to information about his experiences as a political prisoner in Sachsenhausen, Monowitz, and Dora-Mittelbau (a.k.a. Nordhausen). Also included is information about Martin Rosenberg (a.k.a. Rosee D'Arguto) and the mixed choir that he organized with prisoners from barracks 37, 38, and 39 in Sachsenhausen. Interviews are interspersed with Holocaust-related songs in both German and Polish
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Includes two articles concerning the liberation of Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. THe first article, "Belsen Concentration Camp" by J.A.D. Johnston is a typescript. It describes the history of Bergen-Belsen; gives prisoner statistics; and outlines the establishment of the hospital at the camp. The second article, by Chris Mitchell, entitled "The Valley of Death, the Armies of Life" appeared in "Moment" (issue date not specified). It describes the role of the British military in the liberation of Bergen-Belsen, the treatment of the SS guards captured at the camp during liberation, and the mass burials of victims of the camp. Also included is a list of Bergen-Belsen liberator names compiled by Dr. Hadassah Rosensaft (Bergen-Belsen survivor) in Apr 1981