Records Relating to Anna Lipszyc Papers | Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust
This collection comprises two subcollections. One is a collection of Anna Lipszyc personal documents and artifacts and the other is the collection of correspondences from Jurek (Georg) Gutkind, her prewar friend and present day serviceman of the Jüdische Ordnungsienst (Jewish Order Police) in Miedzyrzec-Podlaski, Lublin province, Poland.
It includes documents, photographs, and personal letters written to Anna Lipszyc (married name Anna Fischer) in Polish and German during the wartime. Anna Lipszyc was born on September 5, 1918 in Skierniewice, Poland. During the time of the German occupation of Skierniewice, Anna Lipszyc assumed a false Polish identity of Anna (Hanka) Wójcik. It is believed that her friend Jurek (Georg) Gutkind, who served in Jüdische Ordnungsienst (Jewish Order Police), organized and provided all the necessary documents enabling her to maintain false identity.