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Statue of Liberty as Photographed Upon Arrival into the United States by Holocaust Survivor



Statue of Liberty as Photographed Upon Arrival into the United States by Holocaust Survivor
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Title: Statue of Liberty as Photographed Upon Arrival into the United States by Holocaust Survivor
Description: The Statue of Liberty and New York Harbor as photographed by Holocaust survivor, Louis Koplin. Taken from the ship carrying him from Europe to the United States.

Image ID: 56892
Creation
Date:
1947 
Creator
Name:
Koplin, Louis
City, State: New York, New York
Collection
Name:
Wisconsin Survivors of the Holocaust Interviews, 1974-1975, 1980-1981
Genre: Photograph
Additional
Information:
Louis Koplin was born Ludwig Kopolowitz.
Subjects: Cities and towns
Harbors
Ships
Immigrants
Outdoor photography
Monuments
Shorelines
 

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