Story of Sally and Samuel Bloom memoir.


Story of Sally and Samuel Bloom memoir.

Consists of a copy of a memoir by Jack Bloom concerning the Samuel and Sally Bloom family of West New York, New Jersey. The memoir describes the generosity shown by the Blooms as they agreed to sponsor the family of Martin Lichtenstein in order for them to emigrate from Germany just prior to the outbreak of World War II.

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Lichtenstein, Kurt (person)

Lichtenstein, Hinrich, 1780-1857 (person)

Georges Cuvier (1769-1832) was a French zoologist, paleontologist and historian of science. A committed empiricist, Cuvier opposed theories, arguing that scientists should limit themselves to describing. In zoology his work depended upon his dominant position at the Muséum d’Histoire Naturelle, which was the largest scientific research institution of the era. French government expeditions brought specimens from distant lands to build its collections. Upon his arrival at the Museum C...

Bloom, Jack (person)

Lichtenstein, Katie. (person)

Bloom, Samuel W. (person)

Lichtenstein, Irma. (person)

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Bloom, Jack. H., 1932- (person)

Jack Bloom is the son of Sally and Samuel Bloom. From the description of Story of Sally and Samuel Bloom memoir. (United States Holocaust Memorial Museum). WorldCat record id: 122546269 ...