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What gives life to a museum exhibit? More than anything, physical artifacts represent the heart and soul of the stories museums try to tell. From dress sketches to still images to original documents, these artifacts serve as the backbone of Stitching History from the Holocaust. This page provides an opportunity to take a closer look at the items that populate our digital exhibit.

  • Collection: Stitching History from the Holocaust

Aqua-dress.jpg
Illustration of a dress design

Black Dress.jpg
Illustration of a dress design

Blue Dress.jpg
Illustration of a dress design

LettertoAlvin_1.jpg
A letter from Hedwig Strnad's husband to Alvin Strnad, thanking him for starting the process to obtain an Affidavit of Necessity for Hedwig Strnad, and requesting Fashion magazines from Paris

Flower-Dress.jpg
Illustration of a dress design

Grey-Dress.jpg
Illustration of a dress design

Hedy and Paul Strnad.jpg
Photograph of Hedy and Paul Strnad outside

Central-Europe-Map.jpg
Three maps illustrating Central Europe between 1815 and 1835

Strnad Page of Testimony.JPG
Biographical details of Hedwig Strnad, Holocaust victim, submitted to Yad Vashem by her niece, Brigitte Rohaczek

Purple Dress_crop.jpg
Illustration of a dress design
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