There was a set of documents and private letters send from the KL Płaszów found recently during renovation works in a private home in Wieliczka. All of those were addressed to and in possession of already deceased war time rail clerk Stanisław Pamuła. He was keeping correspondence and became the trustee of many Cracow Jews imprisoned in KL Płaszów. On their request he was providing money , medicine or clothing. He also became a depository of some of their assets which he kept protected and administered through the war. The letters are in Polish, Yiddish and Hebrew. There is now a team of scholars working on the translations and research of the hidden archive content.
One of the letters from KL Plaszów in Polish.