Lost & Found - A Family Photo Album

Lost & Found will tell the remarkable story of a family photo album that was owned and assembled in the years leading up to World War II by Anna Warshawska, who was deported in 1943 from the Kovno Ghetto together with most of her family. Prior to her deportation, Anna, more intimately known as Annushka, smuggled the album out of the city’s wartime Jewish ghetto, entrusting it to a non-Jewish Lithuanian family for safekeeping. The album was rediscovered in 2013 and, after some sleuthing and fortuitous discoveries, reunited with the descendants of Warshawska’s family.

Exhibit Closed

This exhibit closed on
Sunday, April 28, 2019

On Display

Hey, Wow! The Art of Oded Halahmy presented by the Yeshiva University Museum
When The Golden Door Closed, They Carried The Torch presented by American Jewish Historical Society and Center for Jewish History
Rise of the Yiddish Machines: The Typewriter and Yiddish Literature presented by the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research
Russ & Daughters: An Appetizing Story presented by the American Jewish Historical Society
The Door Slams Shut: Jews and Immigration in the Face of American Reaction presented by the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research
The Art of Exile: Paintings by German-Jewish Refugees presented by the Leo Baeck Institute