Clarence Holland collection of Holocaust atrocity photographs
The collection consists of twenty-four Holocaust atrocity photographs collected by U.S. soldier Clarence Holland. Some of the concentration camps photographed include Buchenwald, Dora, Gardelegen, and Ohrdruf.
- Holland, Clarence (Person)
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Clarence Holland was a sergeant with the 1015th Engineer Treadway Bridge Company of the U.S. Army during World War II.
0.1 linear feet (1 folder)
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The collection consists of twenty-four Holocaust atrocity photographs collected by U.S. soldier Clarence Holland.
Materials are described at the folder level.
Materials donated in 2008 by Meir Muller.
Processed by Rebecca McClure, September 2011.
- Inventory of the Clarence Holland Collection of Holocaust Atrocity Photographs, 1945
- Processed by: Rebecca McClure; machine-readable finding aid created by: Rebecca McClure
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