Rosie M. Stitzer Collection (SMC 44)
Biographical NoteRosie M. Stitzer was born in Ashland, Pennsylvania and lived many years in Columbus, Georgia. She was a longtime dental hygienist and educator and an active member of St. Luke's Methodist Church. She died May 2, 2005 in Columbus, Georgia, according to the Social Security Death Index.
Scope and ContentThese are photographs taken during the liberation of an unidentified concentration camp at the end of World War II. 1945 1 folder (.1 l.f.)
Permission to PublishPermission to publish material from the Rosie M. Stitzer Collections must be obtained from the Columbus State University Archives at Columbus State University. Use of the following credit line for publication or exhibit is required: Rosie M. Stitzer Collections (SMC 44) Columbus State University Archives Columbus, Georgia
ProvenanceGift of Rosie M. Stitzer.
Note to ResearchersThese photos have been moved to Folder 44 of the Historic Photographs. Folder 1 Item 1 - Photo of an unidentified soldier looking at dead bodies in a stream, 1945
Item 2 - Photo of a concentration camp, 1945
Item 3 - Photo of dead Jewish prisoners at an unidentified concentration camp, 1945
Item 4 - Photo of a dead man at an unidentified concentration camp, 1945
Item 5 - Photo of Jewish corpses lying in an open rail car, 1945
Item 6 - Photograph of the ovens at an unidentified concentration camp, 1945
Item 7 - Photo of stacked Jewish corpses at an unidentified concentration camp, 1945
Item 8 - Photo of victims of the gas chamber, 1945
Item 9 - Photo of the doors of a gas chamber, 1945