The Holocaust Center’s “Stories Among Us” exhibit consists of seven stories from the Holocaust as told through the experiences of six survivors and one liberator that live or have lived in Washington State. Each person’s story provides a different perspective of the Holocaust – from experiences as a refugee, to those in a concentration camp, to a U.S. soldier’s liberation of Buchenwald.
This exhibit is made possible by generous funding from Washington State, the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, and 4Culture King County Lodging Tax.
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See the banners:
Heinz Schwarz - Refugee
Ed Kaye - Partisan
Klaus and Paula Stern - Auschwitz
Leo Hymas - Liberator
Maria Frank Abrams - Ghetto
Henry Friedman - In Hiding
Magda Schaloum - Survivor
The Holocaust Center’s “Everyday Objects” exhibit illustrates the complexities of life during the Holocaust as demonstrated through the ordinary possessions of survivors. Each poster features an artifact and the story of either the object or the person who obtained the object. The exhibit features 12 artifacts on 12 posters. Exhibit consists of 13 posters (including a title poster), sized 18 inches x 24 inches.
The revised second edition of this series was funded by the Alfred and Tillie Shemanski Trust Fund. The original project was made possible by grants from Humanities Washington and the Women's Endowment Foundation of the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle.