A family archive consists of primary sources that are usually unique or rare, such as correspondence, diaries, photographs, account books, photographs, slides, medals, identification cards, letters, diaries, postcards, press clippings, and audiovisual material.
Examples of family archives are:
“With love and kisses“- the letters and postcards of Clara and Max Müller, 1938-1942
80 years ago… [Letters of the Mosbacher family, Meiningen, In German]
Examples of research findings:
Christoph Gann, “When you arrive…Eva Mosbacher and the Kindertransport,” in German, 2021.
Sharon Meen, “With love and kisses: Last words before deportation“, 2012