Correspondence between Simon Wiesenthal and H.G. van Dam (Central Council of Jews in Germany, Düsseldorf, FRG), concerning Wiesenthal’s request to establish contact with Otto Frank (father of Anne Frank), since he believes to know where the man who arrested the Frank family is, as well as information from the Central Council to Wiesenthal concerning the ban on the kosher slaughter, and information from SW concerning the danger that since the transfer to Warsaw (Poland) the International Auschwitz Committee could become a tool of communist propaganda, and his proposal to found a new Auschwitz Committee (in Vienna, Austria), from 18 July, 1960 to 4 October, 1960

On the topics mentioned in the correspondence, see also:
“Correspondence between the Linz Jewish Community and various organizations concerning the kosher slaughter ban in Upper Austria affecting Jewish refugees in Linz, 1958-1959” (IKG Archives, Linz collection, Ser. 24 Fasz. 77)
“Frank, Anne (1-5)” (VWI-SWA, I.1 )
“Auschwitz-Komitee” (VWI-SWA, I.1 )