- Margret and H.A. Ray
Albert de Vleeschauwen: the "Belgian Charles de Gaulle."
Elvira Popescu: Star of the French stage and screen
Alexander Liberman: Artistic Director of Vogue magazine from 1941-1990s
Oscar Straus, composer of "The Chocolate Soldier," in a Nazi caricature as "the eternal Jew" from 1938
Antoni Slonimski, Major Polish Writer
Robert Lebel, writer on art, with artist Marcel Duchamp. On June 12, 1940 he received Visa #1380.
Marcel Dalio, a well-known French Actor
Madeleine Lebeau, with Humphrey Bogart in the film Casablanca
Daniel Matuzewitz, age 7, Granted Visa on May 31, 1940
Philip and Cornelia Prins
Fashion designer Nelly de Grab
Dali Work Executed After Receiving His Visa
Bromberger family in the U.S. after being rescued by Aristides de Sousa Mendes
The Habsburg Family in 1940 in the US, after being rescued by Aristides de Sousa Mendes. From a Life Magazine story on famous refugees.
Sousa Mendes visa recipients on the Steamship Quanza, who were not allowed to get off the boat because of U.S. immigration quotas. Eleanor Roosevelt herself finally intervened, and these poor refugees were rescued once again.
The Rozendaal Family
Marian Dabrowski: prominent pre-Holocaust Polish journalist
Georges and Tereska Torres