- ZA UCT BC1556_AX_AX5_AX5.22
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- ZA UCT BC1556_AX_AX5_AX5.23
A photo of a large group of children standing in front of Chateau de Masgelier, which was used as a children's home during the Second World War. Irene Kayem is standing in the second row from the front second from the right smiling at the camera
- ZA UCT BC1556_AX_AX4_AX4.9
A copy of the compressed family tree of Irene Groll with a letter addressed to Lucille Mayer from Alex Calzareth, a distant relative researching their family
- ZA UCT BC1556_AX_AX4_AX4.1
A cotton purse sewn for Irene Groll by her mother, Elisabeth while they were imprisoned in Gurs Concentration Camp. The purse contained two pieces of paper. One of which was a note to her parents and the other contains her uncle Kurt Mayer's ...
- ZA UCT BC1556_AX_AX2_AX2.4
A deed issued posthumously to Adolf Kayem for land in different parts of Waldmohr municipality
- ZA UCT BC1556_AX_AX2_AX2.3
A deed to 0,262 hectares of land in the Rhineland-Palatinate issued posthumously to Adolf and Elisabeth Kayem.
- ZA UCT BC1556_AX_AX1_AX1.22
A letter from Ute Ben Yosef to Irene Groll. In the letter, she invites Irene to the Gitlin Library's annual staff dinner and thanks her for volunteering.
- ZA UCT BC1556_AX_AX1_AX1.24
A letter from Ute Ben Yosef to Irene Groll. In the letter,she invites Irene to the Gitlin Library's annual staff dinner and thanks her for volunteering.
- ZA UCT BC1556_A_A2_A2.7
- circa 1880-1914
A passport issued to a prominent Ottoman Jewish merchant name Bai or Baim and his children to travel to and stay in Egypt. The document is printed in both French and an Ottoman script named Osmanlıca. Includes translation
- ZA UCT BC1556_AX_AX1_AX1.19
An envelope with a US postage stamp addressed to the Groll family