In order to survive in the ghetto, the Jews needed a work identity document, particularly as it ensured receipt of food rations. Work cards were a form of identification in the ghetto, which needed to be carried at all times.
Lodz Ghetto work card for Aron Zelig Chelminski, working as a public weigher in the vegetable division.
Lodz Ghetto work card for Nisen Lubelski, working in food shop and as bread night watchman.
Abram Goldberg's work card
Work card for Wigdor Sczceliswy, Manager of the Food Supply Department in the Lodz Ghetto