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ca .1935-2000
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William Pulgram was born in Vienna, Austria. With the help of the Quakers he immigrated with his brother to England in 1939. The rest of his family was deported to Auschwitz where they perished. William served in the United States Army, graduated from Georgia Institute of Technology as an architect. He is the president of Integrated Space Design. The collection consists of photocopies of immigration and identification documents issued by the Nazi regime to Pulgram family members. Arranged in chronological order. Arranged in chronological order.

06-035 V/F P

William Pulgram Family Papers

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Pulgram, William (Leopold)

Emigration and Immigration

Holocaust Survivors

Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)


World War, 1939-1945

Architectural Firms

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