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1933-1945 , Agriculture , Agriculturists , Archival material , Czeczowiczka, Arthur, 1875-1957 , Czeczowiczka, Salmon, 1847-1937 , Emigration and immigration , Great Britain , Jews , Kunz, Hanna (nee Czeczowiczka), 1917- , Partschendorf

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Hanna Kunz Family Collection.

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Kunz, Hanna

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The Hanna Kunz Family Collection documents the efforts made by family members to receive restitution for the loss of their property in Central Europe, including their estate in Bartoovice (Partschendo

Personal papers and genealogical information is located in Series I. These primarily consist of identification and naturalization documents, and include Czech birth certificates and British and Americ

Correspondence will be found in several areas of the collection depending on its type. Personal correspondence, including that between family members and personal acquaintances, is located in Series I

Restitution documentation in Series III includes not only the aforementioned correspondence, but also property lists, application forms, copies of related official papers, and notes. Hanna Kunz and ot

In 1900 Salomon Czeczowiczka along with his son Arthur bought an estate near Neu Titschein in Moravia, then called Partschendorf, now known as Bartoovice and located in the present Czech Republic. Thi

Hanna Kunz née Czeczowiczka was born in Vienna on January 23, 1917, the first daughter of Arthur and Irma (née Adler) Czeczowiczka. She had a younger sister, Erica. Much of her childhood was spent in

Following the death of her husband in April 1940, Hanna Kunz trained for and received a position as a draftswoman for the Royal Coal Commission. Concurrently she served as a volunteer member of the fi

Hanna Kunz came to the United States in 1950, and settled near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. For the following twenty-seven years she was employed at a department store and continued to work after her r

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1933-1945 , Agriculture , Agriculturists , Archival material , Czeczowiczka, Arthur, 1875-1957 , Czeczowiczka, Salmon, 1847-1937 , Emigration and immigration , Great Britain , Jews , Kunz, Hanna (nee Czeczowiczka), 1917- , Partschendorf

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note = {http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/39797 --- The Hanna Kunz Family Collection documents the efforts made by family members to receive restitution for the loss of their property in Central Europe, including their estate in Bartoovice (Partschendo --- Personal papers and genealogical information is located in Series I. These primarily consist of identification and naturalization documents, and include Czech birth certificates and British and Americ --- Correspondence will be found in several areas of the collection depending on its type. Personal correspondence, including that between family members and personal acquaintances, is located in Series I --- Restitution documentation in Series III includes not only the aforementioned correspondence, but also property lists, application forms, copies of related official papers, and notes. Hanna Kunz and ot --- In 1900 Salomon Czeczowiczka along with his son Arthur bought an estate near Neu Titschein in Moravia, then called Partschendorf, now known as Bartoovice and located in the present Czech Republic. Thi --- Hanna Kunz née Czeczowiczka was born in Vienna on January 23, 1917, the first daughter of Arthur and Irma (née Adler) Czeczowiczka. She had a younger sister, Erica. Much of her childhood was spent in --- Following the death of her husband in April 1940, Hanna Kunz trained for and received a position as a draftswoman for the Royal Coal Commission. Concurrently she served as a volunteer member of the fi --- Hanna Kunz came to the United States in 1950, and settled near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. For the following twenty-seven years she was employed at a department store and continued to work after her r --- German --- English --- Czech},
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