Baptismal certificate of Peter Feigl, whose parents had him baptized during the Holocaust in an attempt to protect him from Nazi anti-Jewish policies.
Peter Feigl's refugee card issued in Switzerland after his escape from France in May 1944.
Photograph of Peter Feigl with his parents, Ernst and Agnes.
Photograph of the first page of Peter Feigl's diary. The dedication on the left reads, "This diary is written for my parents, in the hopes that it will reach them both in good heath. Their son, Pierre Feigl. August 27, 1942."
Letter written on behalf of Peter Feigl by Madame Cavailhon to the Quaker Office pleading with them to reconsider their rejection of Feigl's emigration request, on the basis that he was Catholic.