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 Else (Selma) Weisbrodt Application to Jewish community  Stuttgart
Else (Selma) Weisbrodt Application to Jewish community Stuttgart
Post WWII application to be member of (and possibly supported by) the Jewish Community of Stuttgart, with description of Nazi time circumstances, i.e. whether in a camp, etc. 
 
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Bertha Langsam birth certificate
Bertha Langsam birth certificate
Cook County, Illinois Birth certificate #9293, Jan. 26, 1894
for Bertha Langsam, daughter of Bernhard Langsam and Bertha Kirchheimer 
 
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Biographical sketch of Hilde Rosenfeld
Biographical sketch of Hilde Rosenfeld
Translated from the German by Hanna Grossman, article on Hilde Neumann b. Rosenfeld in “Zu Recht wieder Anwalt, Juedische Rechtsanwaelte aus Berlin nach 1945” (Lawyers again by Right, Jewish Lawyers in Berlin after 1945)
Hans Bergemann, Rechtsanswaltskammer Berlin (Hg.) 2012
Hentrich & Hentrich
 
 
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Fritz K's Familienbuch childrens' page
Certified copy of page of Heilbronn family register vol. K39 page 111 describing children of Wilhelm Friedrich ( Fritz) Kirchheimer
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Fritz K.'s Familienbuch marriage page
Fritz K.'s Familienbuch marriage page
certified copy of entry into Heilbronn family register vol. K39, page 111 describing
Wilhelm Friedrich (Fritz) Kirchheimer his wife and their parents 
 
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Julius Kirchheimer's Familienbuch Children's page
Julius Kirchheimer's Familienbuch Children's page
Certified copy of entry into Heilbronn family register, vol. K39, page 114, showing information on Julius' children. 
 
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Julius Kirchheimer's Familienbuch marriage page
Julius Kirchheimer's Familienbuch marriage page
Certified copy of entry into Family register of Heilbronn Volume K39 page 114
describing Julius, wife and their parents. 
 
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Mina Baumann's Application for Membership to Jewish community Stuttgart
Mina Baumann's Application for Membership to Jewish community Stuttgart
Post WWII application to be member of (and possibly supported by) the Jewish Community of Stuttgart, with description of Nazi time circumstances, i.e. whether in a camp, etc. 
 
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Niederstetten Familienbuch von Abraham Kirchheimer
Niederstetten Familienbuch von Abraham Kirchheimer
Description of the family of Abraham Kirchheimer in a record of families in Jewish communities in Wuerttemberg 1843-1926. 
 

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