Inventory of Salomon David Nathans and his family

The lives of Jewish lives wasn’t just the things they did, but also the things they owned. During the Holocaust the majority of Dutch Jews weren’t only murdered, but their possessions were also stolen or destroyed.During World War II, the Nazis quickly moved to remove Jews from economic life in the Netherlands.

Salomon David Nathans was born in Haren in the Netherlands, on February 24 1889. He sold draperies in his shop, on September 30, 1942 he was murdered in Auschwitz.. His whole family was murdered during the Holocaust.

Below is an inventory of his belongings.

Room
linoleum
carpet
mat (2)
table with cloth
divan with cover
chair (4)
armchair (2)
armchair (2)
flower table (2)
sideboard (2)
cabinet
fireplace with plate
standing table lamp
hanging lamp
lace curtains (5)
drapes (5)
small table with cloth
mantelpiece clock
mantelpiece runner
flower hanger
wall cupboard with underwear

Room
linoleum
cane mat
mat (3)
wooden bed with bedding
mat (3)
dressing table with mirror
chair (2)
bedside table
writing desk
hanging lamp
lace curtain and drapes (2)
wall cupboard with ladies’ and gents’ clothing

Room
linoleum
mat (3)
table with cloth
chair (3)
treadle sewing machine (“Pfaff”)
cupboard with knick-knacks
cupboard with books
curtain
drapes (2)
lace curtains
hanging lamp

Kitchen
cane mats
solid fuel oven
table with cloth (2)
chair (5)
wall mirror
dinner set
kitchenware
alarm clock
hanging lamp
drapes (4)

corridor and staircase
linoleum
coconut mat
coat stand
wall mirror
wall hanging
mat (2)
hanging lamp
stair carpet with rods
wall plate
lace curtains (2)

Room
linoleum
double bed with bedding
bedside table
chair (2)
dressing table
drapes
ceiling lamp

Attic
linen cupboard with underwear, whites
chair
table
flower table
cupboard with ladies’ and gents’ clothing

sources

https://www.joodsmonument.nl/en/page/134109/salomon-david-nathans

https://www.joodsmonument.nl/en/page/499649/inventory-of-salomon-david-nathans-and-his-family

Leave a Comment

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.