Special Event at Shallot's Bistro with Curator Susan Snyder
Mining the Permanent Collection
In 1944, a Red Cross delegation visited the Thersienstadt concentration camp in the former Czechoslovakia and generated an official report of their findings later that year. Curator Susan Goldstein Snyder will present primary source materials found in the permanent collection of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum to verify or refute the report.
The Children of Survivors Program
of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Midwest Region*
for a special program featuring
Museum Curator, Susan Goldstein Snyder
to learn more about the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum's vast collection that enables historians, researchers and curators to continuously uncover the stories, the history and the truth about the Holocaust.
Monday, July 9 at 11:30 am for Lunch
at Shallots Bistro, Skokie, IL
Lunch is $25, payable at the door, cash only
*The Children of Survivors Program of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is a group that provides education and outreach to children of Holocaust survivors in the metropolitan Chicago area. Please feel free to forward this invitation to anyone who may be interested in the meeting or in the group -- and is a child of a survivor. For further information, contact Susan Ostrov at 847-433-8099 or sostrov@