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Arie van Mansum fonds

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Collection
Arie van Mansum fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
21cm of textual records
Fonds No.
I0022
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of: BOOKS: One copy of, "A Friend Among Enemies: The incredible story of Arie van Mansum in the Holocaust" - Janet Keith - 1991; A framed certificate from The Jewish Community Council of Ottawa to Arie van Mansum stating the establishment of the Arie van Mansum Holocaust Education …
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Collection
Arie van Mansum fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
21cm of textual records
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of: BOOKS: One copy of, "A Friend Among Enemies: The incredible story of Arie van Mansum in the Holocaust" - Janet Keith - 1991; A framed certificate from The Jewish Community Council of Ottawa to Arie van Mansum stating the establishment of the Arie van Mansum Holocaust Education Resource Project - 1991; A framed certificate in French and Hebrew, presented to Arie van Mansum by La Commission des Justes (Commission of the Righteous) in Jerusalem - November 3, 1969; Two large photo reproductions of a Dutch document presented to Arie van Mansum - 13 November 1945; BOX LIST: A laminated plaque from Jean Vanier Catholic Intermediate School thanking Arie for a contribution to the school, along with a thank you note from a teacher at the school thinking him for visiting a Grade 8 class; File: World War II Documentation / Items A Dutch identity / duty card belonging to Arie van Mansum, issued by the Air Protection Service in Maastricht, Holland - 1940; A Dutch forged identity card belonging to Arie van Mansum - 1941; A German prison "Permission to Speak" form - 1941; A one page Dutch news leaflet called, "Het Nationale Dagblad" - The National Newspaper. An emergency issue - April, 1945 Two short typed lists of names, job titles and locations, titled, "References and Contacts 40/45 - Appendix M. v. Mansum" (Margaretha van Mansum) - Date unknown; Six pages of a German and Dutch "trade journal", outlining rules and regulations for trade and employment and such in Nazi occupied Dutch territories - 1940; A Dutch Green Cross card made out for Greetje Schatman (Schotman?); A Dutch "Proof of entry and exit" card issued for Arie van Mansum - August, 1945; A Dutch "Declaration of departure" card - July, 1945; A Dutch "Air Protection Department" I.D. card - 1942; A Dutch Maastricht / Dutch Nationality I.D. card used for travel - 1939; A handwritten letter in Dutch to Arie van Mansum from the Town Clerk of Maartensdyk, listing the names and birthdates of previous van Mansum's - 1942; Four Netherlands ration cards - c1939; Arie van Mansum's I.D. card with fingerprints - 1941 A Dutch form entitled, "Application for Participation in Bomb Explosion." - 1942 N.S.D.A.P I.D card of Arie Mansum - 1944 A German Court Martial Document - August, 1944; A Dutch Proof of Registration Document - 1944; A few hand-written Dutch letters (unscanned); File: Post War Documentation / Certificates Two Dutch certificates from the National Monuments Commission for War Memorials - circa late 1940's (1-1054); A "Free Netherlands" Legitimation-Card issued to Arie van Mansum in September, 1944 (1-1055); A membership card written in Dutch entitled, "Community Old Illegal Workers Netherlands - Proof of Membership" - September, 1946 (1-1056); A Dutch membership card to, "Community Old Illegal Workers Netherlands" - 1946; A dutch "Zilverbon" (Silver Bond) worth 2.5 guilders - 1938(?); A second "Zilverbon" (Silver Bond) note; A B&W photograph taken post-war in 1945 of Arie van Mansum's mother with a group of people Arie helped to hide. With the photographs is a sheet of paper with their signatures - November, 1945; Two Netherlands Red Cross pay stubs (?) - 1945 or 1946; Two Dutch interest receipts - Date unknown; Two Dutch telegrams - Dates unknown; A Dutch, "1 guilder" note; A typed thank you note for Arie, signed Leo van Gelder - Post war; A Dutch Interior Forces note allowing the bearer (and their bike) to be able to pass unhindered - May, 1945; A Dutch note allowing Arie access to two Political Prisoners camps during the interrogation of detainees - July, 1945; A Dutch note from the Guardianship Office Commission for War Foster Children regarding Jozeph Leyden van Amstel and Rebecca Leyden van Amstel from Coevorden - June 2, 1945; A Dutch letter written by the "Militair Gezag" (Military Authority) authorizing the creation of a committee which Arie sat within - October 17, 1945; An English language character reference letter from the Netherlands Israel Hoofd-Synagogue in Maastricht, written for Arie van Mansum - April, 1958; Four B&W photographs dealing with Derk van Assen, Arie's cohort during their underground work; Four B&W photographs of Haaren prison where Arie was kept; Two B&W photographs of Fritz Freilich with the van Mansum's, a man they helped to hide during the war; Three B&W photographs from a post-war dinner in Arie's honour where he was presented a portrait of himself, along with a list of names of people he had saved - 1945; A Dutch article on the death of Charles Eyck, the artist who painted Arie van Mansum's portrait - 1983 A hand-written Dutch letter from Charles Eyck, the artist who painted Arie's portrait, to Arie - 1946; An interim work certificate issued to Arie to work as an editor (?) - February, 1948; Two reports from the Political Delinquents Surveillance Department to Arie van Mansum - 1946; A small, five page Dutch pamphlet from the Netherlands Department of Social Affairs - 1946; A Dutch telegram from the Ministry of Social Affairs offering Arie an honourable discharge from an advisory committee which he sat on - 1947; A handwritten Dutch letter (unsure of sender) - 1947 File: Numerous articles from Dutch newspapers with accompanying translations. Headlines include: "A. H. van Mansum Honored" - November 15, 1945 "Great van Mansum Planted a Tree in Jerusalem" - June 16, 1965 "Freedom Fighters I" - December 18, 1946 "Freedom Fighters II" - December 19, 1946 "It was my duty" - May 11, 1977 "Arie - The Quiet, Prominent Leader" - May 12, 1977 "Blonde Greetje From Peterstreet (A little baby girl whom Arie helped hide) - May 13, 1977 "Traitors Cut into the Help to Jews" (Food stamps) - May 17, 1977 "The Jewish Helper to one who had Helped the Jews" - May 18, 1977 File: A Folder of Various Personal Accounts: Some jotted notes taken by past Archivist Laurie Dougherty on the life of Arie van Mansum; A Dutch account titled, "A strictly personal report from 1946 by Jan Bosch about his experiences during World War II in the form of a letter to his brother, Dirk, who had lived as a doctor in India and that the war had experienced there in Japanese captivity" - 1940-1945; Two pages torn from a Dutch book - "Chapter I / Taking a stand / I. 1965-1970 / How it began... From the mouth of one of the attendees at the inaugural meeting of the LKG noted "the Star Courier" of November 1965: "This is for nij been the happiest day after the liberation." A five page report typed in Dutch titled, "A Friend Amid Enemies / by / Janet Keith"; Four photocopied pages in Dutch titled, "S.D. er Nietsche" - First line translated: "On a good day, it might as well have been in 1946, in 1947 the infamous SD there Nietsche to P.R.A. surrendered." Four photocopied pages in Dutch titled, "Pijnlijke Zaak - Painful Thing"; Nine photocopied pages in Dutch from "Onderduiken of de Veluwe - Hiding in the Veluwe" by Aart Visser - Very rough translation of the first paragraph - "Handing copper, nickel and bikes / In the first year of the occupation, the Germans kept themselves fairly quiet, but this soon changed. In 1941 they had to surrender copper, nickel and bronze. Were also cycling progressed widely. Jan Kanis overlapped this call to his boot. Instead he made silver that the postmaster was John Kanis almost inconspicuous kinds of illegal business activities. Something was not illegal (then not) but a kind verzetdaadje by chance."; A photocopy of a one page Dutch police report with a witness statement - First paragraph - "Following the attached police report dated February 1, 1946 under No. 1154, prepared by Andries Vestering and Mathieu Dols, both detective with the POD to Sittard, also unpaid rich constable counter: / VASTENHOUT, Hendrikus, Wilhelmus, born in Amsterdam March 7, 1921, married, Dutch, of beroen clerk, residing in The Hague, 135 Wagenstraat, were by us: Joseph Leentjens and Andries Vestering, Detective class, seconded to the POD Sittard, both also rich unpaid constable, heard the following witnesses: / Witness 1..." File: Jewish Accounts from WWII An account on from B. H. Winkelmolen - January, 1988; An account on from Jacques Butterteig (Issac Nir) describing how Arie van Mansum helped hide him during the war with the Simon Spinder family and the Albert Koops family; File: Correspondence Correspondence - 1969-1994; File: Margaretha van Mansum An ID card for Margaretha certifying that she belongs to the Special Services in the Interior Military Forces of the Netherlands - December, 1944; An "attestation" card from Yad Vashem in Jerusalem to Greet van Mansum Greet = Margaretha) and written in French and Hebrew, for the planting of a tree in the "l'allée des justes" - Avenue of the Righteous - August, 1963; A card stating that Margaretha van Manusm is to receive the Resistance Memorial Cross - Translation "The chairman of the National Committee opposition memorial cross / Having regard to the Royal Decree of 29 December 1980, No. 104, Official Gazette 715, as well as the Decision of March 29, 1981 of the Minister of the Interior, the Minister of Defense and the Secretary of State for Culture, Recreation and Social Work / to bestow / the resistance memorial cross / to / Margaretha van Mansum" - 1983 (?); A photocopied page of numerous obituaries of Margaretha van Mansum - February 20, 1987; Various newspaper articles - 1963, 1982 and other dates unknown; A Yad Vashem certificate naming Margaretha van Mansum as Righteous Among the Nations and stating that a tree will be planted in her name along the Avenue of the Righteous - June, 1982; A Dutch certificate stating that on the occasion of Queen Juliana's 65th anniversary (birthday?) a tree will be planted in the Queen Juliana Forest in Israel in the name of Greet (Margaretha) van Mansum; A typed letter in Dutch from the Ambassador of Israel to Margaretha van Mansum. A very rough translation: "Yad Vashem Awards / We are pleased to report that on December 8, 1982, the ceremony will take place, the Ambassador of Israel, Mr. Jaacov Nechushtan, the Yad Vashem honors awards. / You are at this occasion welcome in the large auditorium of the Royal Tropical Institute, Amsterdam Mauritkade 63 at 14:30. The Institute can be reached by Tram 9 from the Central Station in Amsterdam. / These awards are granted by the Yad Vashem Institute which was established by the Israeli parliament for commemorating the six million Jews who were murdered by the Nazis during the Second World War. The Yad Vashem award is intended as a sign of gratitude of the Jewish people against those who risk their own lives and have worked for Jewish citizens." - November, 1982; File: Various Pamphlets A folder of a number of pamphlets on various subjects such as Ann Frank and a Holocaust Remebrance Project; File: Dutch Underground A folder of various Dutch underground newspapers - 1942, 1943; File: Last Will and Testament A copy of Arie van Mansum's last will and testament - 1997; File: St. Lawrence University Honourary Degree A folder of paraphenalia from the bestowing of Arie's honourary Doctorate of Human Letters, honoris causa, from St. Lawrence University - 1986; File: Invitations, Honours A folder of invitations and honours received by Arie from institutions such as the Ottawa Public Library, the Jewish Community Council of Ottawa, Arts Alive, the United States Government, the Canadian Red Magen David for Israel, the Ottawa Shoah (Holocaust) Remembrance Committee, the Association of Survivors of Nazi Oppression and Massuah in Israel; File: Faith in Humankind: United States Holocaust Memorial Committee Paraphenalia from the United States Holocaust Memorial Committee, a conference devoted to capturing stories of "rescuers" during the war - 1984; File: Newspaper Articles and Clippings Two large folders of Dutch-language newspaper articles and photocopies of articles, and one folder of English-language articles; File: Memorial Award for Education A photocopy of the Arie van Mansum Award for Education which was presented to Danny Thomas in recognition of his furthering of Holocaust education - 2001; Photograph: Ottawa Mission to Israel standing in front of Memorial Tree for Arie Van Mansum - 2007;
Date
1940-1999
Fonds No.
I0022
History Biographical
Arie (Harry) van Mansum was born at Utrecht, Holland, 1920. Respect for Jews was a value instilled in him by his devoutly religious parents who belonged to the Dutch Reformed Church. In 1940 at the age of 20, when van Mansum was travelling around Holland as a salesman, he undertook the dangerous task of distributing the Dutch underground newspaper Free Netherlands. Very soon thereafter, he started finding safe homes where Jews could be hidden. He was also involved in the distribution of food stamps and false identification cards for the Jews in hiding. He was arrested, imprisoned, released and re-arrested. He was released several weeks before the end of the war. In 1958 he emigrated to Canada and settled in Ottawa where he started an insurance company. In 1969, van Mansum was awarded a Medal of Honour by the government of Israel, the highest award to a Righteous Gentile, and in 1981 he planted a tree in his name at Yad Vashem. In 1986 he received an Honourary Degree from St. Lawrence University, Canton, New York. In 1991 the Ottawa Jewish community established the Arie van Mansum Holocaust Education Resource Project. He was also the subject of a biography, "A Friend Among Enemies" by Janet Keith, 1991. He died in Ottawa in 1999. He always maintained, “I wasn’t a hero. I was just doing my duty”. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The exerpt on Arie from Yad Vashem in Israel: Considering it their Christian duty, Derk van Assen*, a bailiff, and Arie van Mansum, a salesman, started helping Jews early on in the war in the largely Catholic city of Maastricht, Limburg close to the border with Germany, where they lived. Arie, who lived with his mother and sister Margaretha, had begun helping Jewish refugees from Germany in 1938. During the first years of the war, Arie worked for two companies all over Holland, which enabled him to travel freely and escort a Jewish family to Apeldoorn, Gelderland, when asked to do so by Derk in 1941. After the deportation of Jews began in 1942, Derk and Arie established a small group of like-minded people in their town. Their aim was to undertake various activities, including distributing the illegal newspaper Vrij Nederland, helping pilots, forging documents, escorting escaped prisoners of war, and helping people in hiding, most of whom were Jews. Arie and his co-workers managed to rescue several dozen Jews. At the outset, they used food permits belonging to Jews in hiding to obtain ration cards and stole the required identity papers from public places. Eventually, Arie established contact with Gerrit van der Veen’s* PBC (Identity Cards Center) and received 200 ration cards a month from J. J. Zanders, a distribution official in Heerlen, Limburg. On February 22, 1943, Arie helped Emile and Franzi (Goldschmidt) Weslij, a Jewish couple who had fled from Germany in the 1930s, and their two children, Leonie, aged five, and Leon, aged three, to go into hiding. Annie and Bouwe Prins in Heerlerheide, Limburg, who worked closely with Jan Bosch*, a fellow strictly Calvinist Christian, took in Emile and Franzi. Leonie and Leon went to stay with a family in nearby Voerendaal. Arie regularly brought them ration cards, and after he found out that Emile and Franzi were sleeping on a narrow bed, he arranged a double foldaway bed for them. Arie always did his utmost to cheer up the fugitives and keep them busy. He also arranged visits for families who were not hiding together, and if the person traveling looked Jewish he covered his or her face with bandages. Arie later made contact, via J. S. H. Lokerman*, with miners, SDAP Socialist Party, and trade union members, who helped him wherever possible. In the spring of 1943, Arie made contact with Piet Meerburg* of the Amsterdam Student Group, and for the next few months female couriers escorted around 60 Jewish children to South Limburg. Arie himself picked the children up from Sittard station and sometimes even went to Amsterdam to pick them up. Arie’s activities did not go unnoticed by the Sipo, especially when he started working with the organization for helping pilots established in Heerlen by Ch. M. H. J. Bongaerts. After some time, three V-Manner (secret service) agents infiltrated the group and Derk van Assen was imprisoned. All attempts to free him failed and he was executed by a firing squad on September 14, 1943. After this, the net around Arie tightened. On October 1, he turned up in Heerlen to deliver money and ration cards to a Jewish group in hiding that was being looked after by Gerard Fleischeuer*, the town clerk of Oirsbeek, Limburg. The three V-Manner agents arrested him at the station and he was charged with helping Jews and with attempting to rescue Derk. On November 16, 1943, Fleischeuer and ten of his Jewish fugitives were also arrested. While in prison, Arie’s sister Margaretha van Mansum* took over his work. On July 27, 1944, Arie was put on trial before the Luftgaugericht in the city of Utrecht. Two months later, he was acquitted due to lack of evidence. He immediately joined the Resistance movement in Utrecht and in February 1945 was arrested again and sent to prison until the liberation in May 1945. Of the approximately 150 Jews that Arie and his sister helped during the war, only three were betrayed and murdered. On January 2, 1969, Yad Vashem recognized Arie van Mansum as Righteous Among the Nations.
Notes
1. Donations came through Arie van Mansum’s will, dated February 28, 1998, and Ralph P. Euverman, his son-in-law. 2. Biographical information from the Ottawa Jewish Bulletin & Review, October 25, 1991. 3. "A Friend Among Enemies" donated on Shoah evening, April, 2003 by Ralph P. Euverman. 4. Preliminary online translations for the large photo reproductions of the Dutch document indicate a "Charter offered to Arie van Mansum for persons listed here...", "...thanks for...", "...during the occupancy years."
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Portrait of Arie van Mansum

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Arie van Mansum fonds
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Item
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
b&w
Fonds No.
I0022; OJA 1-596-01
Archival / Genealogical
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  1 image  
Collection
Arie van Mansum fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
b&w
Date
c1991
Fonds No.
I0022
Item No.
OJA 1-596-01
Storage Location
vault
Creator
Portraits now, Bayshore Shopping Centre, Nepean
Acquisition Source
Ralph Euverman
Notes
1. Ralph Euverman is Arie van Mansum's son in law
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Ottawa Jewish Archives
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Vrij Nederland (Free Netherlands) Legitimation-Card issued to Arie van Mansum.

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Collection
Arie van Mansum fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
object
Fonds No.
I0022; OJA 1-1055
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
  1 image  
Collection
Arie van Mansum fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
object
Date
September 5, 1944
Fonds No.
I0022
Item No.
OJA 1-1055
Storage Location
vault
Acquisition Source
Ralph Euverman
Notes
1. Ralph Euverman is Arie van Mansum's son in law. 2. Card is stored in the Arie van Mansum fonds box within the vault. 3. The card was a pass given out by the leaders of the Opposition and the secret newspaper "Vrij Nederland" (Free Netherlands) to Arie van Mansum, to show that he is a member of those organizations. The card asks authorities to not hinder the card carrier as they perform necessary activities for those organizations. 4. The card is stamped as number 150. 5. The card is in English on one side and Dutch on the other.
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Gemeenschap Oud Illegale Werkers Nederland - Community Old Illegal Workers Netherlands membership card, presented to Arie van Mansum.

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Collection
Arie van Mansum fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
object
Fonds No.
I0022; OJA 1-1056
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
  1 image  
Collection
Arie van Mansum fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
object
Date
September 24, 1946
Fonds No.
I0022
Item No.
OJA 1-1056
Storage Location
vault
Acquisition Source
Ralph Euverman
Notes
1. Ralph Euverman is Arie van Mansum's son in law. 2. Membership card is stored in the Arie van Mansum fonds box within the vault. 3. The card is written in Dutch. Translations state that it is a membership card to the Community Old Illegal Workers Netherlands. 4. The scan shows only the inside of the card. 5. A passage in Dutch on the back of the card reads, "Changes to the data in the certificate of membership are valid only after endorsement by the competent President and Secretary of the circle, department or council."
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A post-war photograph of Arie van Mansum's mother standing with a group of people whom Arie helped to hide.

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Collection
Arie van Mansum fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
graphic material
Fonds No.
I0022; OJA 1-1057-01
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
  1 image  
Collection
Arie van Mansum fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
graphic material
Date
November, 1945
Fonds No.
I0022
Item No.
OJA 1-1057-01
Storage Location
vault
Acquisition Source
Ralph Euverman
Notes
1. Ralph Euverman is Arie van Mansum's son in law. 2. The photograph and accompanying signature list is stored in the Arie van Mansum fonds box within the vault. 3. On the back of the photograph is written in pencil, "c1945 His mother, H___y + friends he had hidden. Fritz lived with van Mansum during WWII - then moved to Israel." 4. The photoghgraph is paired with a lined piece of paper with the signatures of all or most of the people in the photo. 5. Written in pen on the back of the accompanying signature list is the date November, 1945.
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A list of signatures that accompanies a photograph of people that Arie van Mansum helped to hide during WWII.

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Collection
Arie van Mansum fonds
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Item
Material Format
object
Fonds No.
I0022; OJA 1-1057-02
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
  1 image  
Collection
Arie van Mansum fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
object
Date
November, 1945
Fonds No.
I0022
Item No.
OJA 1-1057-02
Storage Location
vault
Acquisition Source
Ralph Euverman
Notes
1. Ralph Euverman is Arie van Mansum's son in law. 2. The photograph and accompanying signature list is stored in the Arie van Mansum fonds box within the vault. 3. The signature list is paired with a photograph, 1-1057-01. 4. Scan is of the front of the paper, with several more signatures on the back (see 1-1057-03). 5. The date of November, 1945 is written in pen on the back of the list.
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A list of signatures that accompanies a photograph of people that Arie van Mansum helped to hide during WWII.

https://www.cjhn.ca/en/permalink/cjhn86473
Collection
Arie van Mansum fonds
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Item
Material Format
object
Fonds No.
I0022; OJA 1-1057-03
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
  1 image  
Collection
Arie van Mansum fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
object
Date
November, 1945
Fonds No.
I0022
Item No.
OJA 1-1057-03
Storage Location
vault
Acquisition Source
Ralph Euverman
Notes
1. Ralph Euverman is Arie van Mansum's son in law. 2. The photograph and accompanying signature list is stored in the Arie van Mansum fonds box within the vault. 3. The signature list is paired with a photograph, 1-1057-01. 4. Scan is of the back of the paper, with more signatures on the front (see 1-1057-02). 5. The date of November, 1945 is written in pen on the back of the list.
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A "Zilverbon" (Silver Bond) issued by the Kingdom of the Netherlands redeemable for 2.5 guilders.

https://www.cjhn.ca/en/permalink/cjhn86474
Collection
Arie van Mansum fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
object
Fonds No.
I0022; OJA 1-1058
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
  1 image  
Collection
Arie van Mansum fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
object
Date
October, 1938
Fonds No.
I0022
Item No.
OJA 1-1058
Storage Location
vault
Acquisition Source
Ralph Euverman
Notes
1. Ralph Euverman is Arie van Mansum's son in law. 2. The translation of the bond is as roughly follows: "Zilverbon large two and a half guilders for payment adopted by the Dutch Ban and all government offices. Redeemable in silver after announcement. Kingdom of the Netherlands legal tender. Counterfeiting or decay of chen zilverbons with the intention orn as genuine and unadulterated to give or do spend, shall be punished by imprisonment of up to nine years."
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"Ned. Roode Kruis Hulkorps" (Netherlands Red Cross Aid Corps) pay stub (?).

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Collection
Arie van Mansum fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
object
Fonds No.
I0022; OJA 1-1059-01
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
  1 image  
Collection
Arie van Mansum fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
object
Date
1945 or 1946
Fonds No.
I0022
Item No.
OJA 1-1059-01
Storage Location
vault
Acquisition Source
Ralph Euverman
Notes
1. Ralph Euverman is Arie van Mansum's son in law. 2. The translation of the card is roughly as follows: " Name _______ Camp No. _____ P.D No. ______ has to _________ a course in Breda and is followed by _______ to __________ temporarily been employed. During this period of paid to: Reimbursement ______ Spending money ______ withheld income tax ________ 3. The card can be found within the Arie van Mansum fond box within the vault. 4. The exact date of the card is uncertain because it is written with 1945, but the second, nearly identical card that accompanies it is stamped with 1946. 5. The two cards were originally stapled together.
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"Ned. Roode Kruis Hulkorps" (Netherlands Red Cross Aid Corps) pay stub (?).

https://www.cjhn.ca/en/permalink/cjhn86476
Collection
Arie van Mansum fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
object
Fonds No.
I0022; OJA 1-1059-02
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
  1 image  
Collection
Arie van Mansum fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
object
Date
1945 or 1946
Fonds No.
I0022
Item No.
OJA 1-1059-02
Storage Location
vault
Acquisition Source
Ralph Euverman
Notes
1. Ralph Euverman is Arie van Mansum's son in law. 2. The translation of the card is roughly as follows: " Name _______ Camp No. _____ P.D No. ______ has to _________ a course in Breda and is followed by _______ to __________ temporarily been employed. During this period of paid to: Reimbursement ______ Spending money ______ withheld income tax ________ 3. The card can be found within the Arie van Mansum fond box within the vault. 4. The exact date of the card is uncertain because it is written with 1945, but stamped with 1946. 5. The two cards were originally stapled together. 6. There are Dutch stamps on the back which say, "Department of the Interior", "Number 1207."
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