Otto Rosenberg's Passport
Lilly Rosenberg's Passport (1939)
Edgar Rosenberg's German Identity Card (1939)
Max Willmy, Leo Bendit, Lilly Rosenberg, Lilli Bendit, Gusti and Ernst Mohr (before 1933)
Otto Rosenberg, Gusti Mohr, Lilly Rosenberg. Ernst Mohr, Lilli Bendit, Max Willmy Germany before 1933)
Letter from Swiss Consulate granting permission to Edgar, Hans (Harry) Rosenberg and Grandmother to sojourn in St. Gall, Switzerland
Page from Kingston, Jamaica newspaper of June 1939, "Jews, on Way to Haiti" and "Seeks New Home" (An Interview with Otto Rosenberg)
Otto and Hans (Harry) Rosenberg on the deck of the boat to Haiti
Group Photo of Passengers on ship to Haiti. Seated are Edgar (2nd from left), then Lilly, Harry and Otto Rosenberg (1939)
Seated: Harry (far left) and Edgar (far right) Standing Lilly (3rd from left) and Otto (far right)
Members of the "Claus Horn" crew at the on deck pool
Document: Residence Permit for Haiti (Permis de Sejour), 20 September 1940
Edgar's Report Card, Institut Viau, Port-au-Prince, 1939-1940
Edgar's Report Card
Edgar (left) and Harry holding up the branch of a tree after an earthquake in Port-au-Prince (1939)
Edgar's U.S. Immigrant Identification Card (Feb. 10, 1940)
Otto Rosenberg's Certificate of Naturalization (Aug. 2, 1945)
Harry (right) with his parents, New York ~1945
Lilly Rosenberg at Age 37, New York ~1941 (Photo by Leo Bendit)
Max Rosenberg (Otto's Father) at age 70, Nuernberg ~1926
jonas alexandre | October 28, 2010 at 5:48 pm
This is great history! Thanks for sharing. Let me know when the museum/exposition you are coming in the Philadelphia area.
Joseph Bernard jr | October 28, 2010 at 8:26 pm
juan carlos emden | October 29, 2010 at 2:55 am
wonderful story…so good to have had those Haitian papers….and get respect for them from the nazis chasing everybody with jewish blood…..my father Hans Erich Emden had the papers to emigrate too but chose to go to Brazil then Argentina and then Chile , my birth country…
ruth hamburger hirsh | October 29, 2010 at 7:39 am
fascinating….as i lived on rue trois. as my memory goes the house looks similar to mine
Margarete Meyers | October 30, 2010 at 9:48 am
It was wonderful to see people again whom I knew, but didn’t exactly remember how they looked, especially when they were younger. This not only includes the Rosenberg parents, but also my relatives Gusty and Ernest Mohr and my parents’ good friends, the Bendits.
Thank you Edgar & Harry!
Harry Rosenberg | October 31, 2010 at 7:07 am
Hi Bill and Harriett:
I was sorry to learn about Margaret Midas’ fall. I met her, and her mother at the Nuremburg Fuerth reunion that I attended a few yers ago
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