A Repository of Personal Treasures

Those that I record are wonderfully generous to share personal family photos with Story for inclusion in the Learning Lab.

These images (and I receive many, these are just two that I chose to share) support the audio narrative. The photographs are one-of-a-kind, personal treasures.

Used with permission of the Family.  Restrictions apply.

Used with permission of the Family. Restrictions apply.

 

Some of the “Hidden Children of the Holocaust” who were separated from their parents, took on false identities, and lived in seminaries. This photograph was taken in Jamoigne in the Ardennes, Belgium.  Henry Weinstock, who we recorded, is top row, far right.

 

 

 

 

Used with permission of the family.  Restrictions apply

Used with permission of the family. Restrictions apply

 

 

 

This of Mount Rushmore sculptor Gutzon Borglum in his studio with his son, Lincoln. After Gutzon died, Lincoln continued work on Rushmore.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To find out more about the Story Preservation Initiative Learning Lab, click: https://storypreservation.wordpress.com/the-story-preservation-learning-lab/

 

Thanks for looking!

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