Eickemeyer returns to Cracow

When I parted ways from Scholl and his circle of acquaintances following the above-mentioned farewell party in the summer of 1942, I did not come to any agreement about further use of my studio.

Because such an agreement did not exist, I left my only extra set of keys with the janitor named Mayer (as usual), and I took my original set of keys to the studio with me to Cracow. Therefore no one except for Mayer could have entered the studio without having obtained a key from Mayer.


Source: Second interrogation of Manfred Eickemeyer, April 7, 1943

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