Classroom Exhibits Soul Survivors: Legacy of the Holocaust
My father always said, “Whatever happens, whatever they do to you, don’t ever react or be what they want you to be. Don’t ever let them do that.” So when things got very tough, I always said that I had promised I would not give in…
– Emil Landau, from Soul Survivors
Soul Survivors: Legacy of the Holocaust is a traveling exhibit of black and white photo portraits of Holocaust survivors by Maine photographer Jack Montgomery.
This exhibit, mounted on seven large tri-fold display boards, is available for loan to schools, libraries, and organizations. Each display features two portraits with excerpts from the survivor’s testimony, as shown in Maine artist Robert Katz’s multi-media installation, Were the House Still Standing – on permanent exhibit at HHRC in the Michael Klahr Center. To arrange a group visit to HHRC to see WTHSS, go here.
The Soul Survivors exhibit may be borrowed for up to three weeks. Cost: $50
To arrange delivery please contact HHRC at: 207.621.3530 | firstname.lastname@example.org