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  • Mss 176, Rebecca Rosenbaum Gentile Papers

    Rebecca Rosenbaum Gentile served with the Red Cross and the International Refugee Organization following World War II. The collection consists of journals kept by Rebecca Rosenbaum while serving with the Red Cross and with the International Refugee Organization; correspondence and records generated by her work with the above two agencies; school papers, travel documents and certificates.  Of special interest is the invitation to the dedication of the first Sefer Torah in liberated Europe, 1944.  The journal kept by Rebecca Rosenbaum while with International Refugee Organization describes lives and the plights of displaced persons in post war Europe.

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    Refugees, American Red Cross, University of Pittsburgh, Relief work, International Refugee Organization

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