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Abstract The collection contains organizational and creative materials of Gerda Haas, a Holocaust survivor and Bates College librarian. These materials show the process that Haas went through in both writing and researching her projects. The majority of the material deals either with research for her book These I Do Remember: Fragments from the Holocaust or administrative details in organizing a state-wide conference about the Holocaust in Maine.
Dates: 1973-1991, undated
Abstract Judith (Jutka) Magyar Isaacson was born in Kaposvar, Hungary in 1925. A member of a Jewish family that was persecuted during World War II, Isaacson survived the Holocaust after spending time at both Auschwitz and Birkenau. She met her husband, Irving Isaacson, shortly after her liberation, and moved to Lewiston, Maine, his hometown. She received a degree in mathematics from Bates College (Class of 1965), and a master's degree from Bowdoin College. From 1969 to 1977 she served as first Dean of...
Abstract The collection is composed of correspondence, memoranda, notes, published writings and manuscripts, and other material relating to former Bates History Professor Liz Tobin. Most of the material covers her time at Bates, but some material predates her hiring at Bates.
Dates: 1980 - 1997
Abstract The collection is composed of correspondence, memoranda, notes, published writings and manuscripts, and other material relating to former Bates History Professor Steve Hochstadt. Most of the material covers his time at Bates, but some material predates his hiring at Bates.
- Subject: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) X