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Profile Book of Oppressed German Jews
Lightfoot, Virginia Dorsey
In 1939, Virginia Dorsey Lightfoot of Takoma Park, Maryland became involved in an effort to rescue a group of about 328 Jews in Breslau, Germany and bring them to the United States. Profile book, with photographs and data about individual refugees presented to the President's Advisory Committee on Political Refugees.
Virginia Dorsey Lightfoot
YIVO Institute for Jewish Research
YIVO RG 715 - Folder 2
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Virginia Dorsey Lightfoot, “Profile Book of Oppressed German Jews ,” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed October 21, 2021, https://immigrationusa.yivo.org/items/show/6335.