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The Josef Mengele document offered by Alexander Autographs has just been privately sold for an undisclosed sum to a U.S. East Coast Jewish philanthropist who wishes to remain anonymous. The buyer is the grandson of an Auschwitz survivor who personally encountered Mengele at the infamous death camp. He intends to donate the manuscript to a museum devoted to the Holocaust. Alexander Autographs president Bill Panagopulos is "...overjoyed that the piece is going where it belongs...and will remain accessible to scholars and historians..." and has pledged a portion of the sale proceeds to the Holocaust Museum in Washington, D.C.