THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING

With old document, clues to a storied start

Fred Feldman showed a photograph of himself and his family in Europe after World War II, at Temple Emanu-El in Haverhill. Fred Feldman showed a photograph of himself and his family in Europe after World War II, at Temple Emanu-El in Haverhill. (Globe Staff Photo / Evan Richman)
By Eric Moskowitz
Globe Staff / December 15, 2008

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HAVERHILL - Fred Feldman, whose parents escaped the Holocaust, has spent much of his adult life trying to preserve the stories of survivors and honor the memory of those who died. He has spent countless hours taping and transcribing interviews of his parents and others, and has restored a volume of cracked and faded photographs. He named his son after ... (Full article: 1083 words)

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