Fischer Family Papers / Record Group 23
Title Fischer Family Papers
Accession Number RG-23
Extent 0.2 linear foot (2 boxes)
Provenance Donated by the Fischer family and collected by the VHM
Anne Fischer (Rosenberg) was born on August 12, 1902 in Stuttgart, Germany. At 23 she married Ernst Fischer (b. September 27, 1896), who worked at the University of Frankfurt Medical School. The couple had two children, George and Eva. In 1933, Ernst lost his position with the University, and decided to move his family to the States as anti-Semitism rose in Europe. The Fischers eventually moved to Richmond, where Anne became involved in social work. The couple was very involved in the community, and were known for their collection of German artwork, which Anne later donated to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, Virginia.
Restriction on Access No restriction Restriction on Use No restriction Language English
Preferred Citation Virginia Holocaust Museum, Record Group 23, Fischer Family Papers, [Folder #].
Scope and Content
The Fischer Family Papers contain biographical materials, photographs, articles, and a scrapbook. Biographical materials include a Fischer family tree, email correspondences about the family, and remembrance materials for Anne and Ernst Fischer. Photographs, both those included in and out of the scrapbook, are of the immediate and extended Fischer family. Programs and articles largely discuss and document Anne’s social and philanthropic work.
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- Fischer, Anne (Rosenberg) (b. August 12, 1902, d. April 13, 2008)
- Fischer, Ernst, M.D., PhD (b. September 27, 1896, d. February 14, 1981)
- Fischer, George, M.D. (b. 1926)
- Marx, Eva (Fischer) (b. 1932)
- Fischer, Ludwig (b. unknown, d. unknown)
- Rosenberg, Bernhard (b. unknown, d. unknown)
- Rosenberg, Hedwig (b. unknown, d. unknown)
- Bellman, Anna (b. August 16, 1883, d. August 23, 1988)
- Rosenberg, Eric (b. unknown, d. unknown)
- Lerchenthal, Regina (b. unknown, d. unknown)
- Breslau, Poland
- Stuttgart, Germany