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OPB - Anne Frank: A History For Today

OPB - Anne Frank: A History For Today

Posted on January 21, 2015

OPB - Anne Frank: A History For Today
OPB - Anne Frank: A History For Today

The Diary of Anne Frank is one of the most widely read nonfiction books in the world. Translated into more than 60 languages, Anne’s account of her experiences as a young Jewish girl hiding from the Nazis in Holland during World War II has connected countless readers with the history of the Holocaust. And now, visitors to the Oregon Jewish Museum will be able to connect even more deeply with the story through its latest exhibit, Anne Frank: A History for Today. Click to continue »Click to continue »

Anne Frank: A History For Today Opens on January 15!

Anne Frank: A History For Today Opens on January 15!

Posted on December 3, 2014

Anne Frank: A History For Today Opens on January 15!
Anne Frank: A History For Today Opens on January 15!

OJMCHE staff are busily preparing for the opening of Anne Frank: A History for Today, a new exhibit traveling from the Anne Frank Center in New York. This past week brought nearly 40 volunteers to the museum to begin docent training, an extensive program than culminates with a training session offered by Hilary Eddy Stipelman, Director of Outreach and Exhibitions at the Anne Frank Center. Click to continue »Click to continue »