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Holocaust Memorial Library


Third Annual OC Archives Bazaar Comes Back to Life Leatherby Libraries Joins the Public Heritage Event Again!

April 11, 2023 by | Special Collections & Archives

After a three-year hiatus, the 3rd Annual Orange County Archives Bazaar finally comes back to life! OC Archives in Action “brings together libraries, special collections, and cultural institutions. Showcasing materials from these collections, this event highlights the known and unknown stories of Orange County.” The showcase also had displays, discussions, presentations, and activities. Both the

The Life and Art of Charlotte Salomon A special display of books, art and paintings

November 18, 2022 by | Exhibits and Displays

The Leatherby Libraries, in collaboration with the Sala and Aron Samueli Holocaust Memorial Library and the Rodgers Center for Holocaust Education, created a display to highlight German-Jewish artist Charlotte Salomon. With the Holocaust progressing and belonging to a family with a long history of suicide, Charlotte expressed her grief, fear, and love through paintings and

Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies Now Accessible through Sala and Aron Samueli Holocaust Memorial Library and Leatherby Libraries

April 27, 2020 by | Resources

Guest post by Oskar Schindler Archive archivist Tiana Taliep. The Leatherby Libraries and Sala and Aron Samueli Holocaust Memorial Library are pleased to announce that it has recently become an access site for the Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies at Yale University. The Archive, begun in 1979 as the Holocaust Survivors Film Project, was

Documenting History Through Art: The Work of David Labkovski (1906-1991) New exhibit in partnership with the Holocaust Art & Writing Contest

March 9, 2020 by | Exhibits and Displays

So far this academic year, we’ve seen some fabulous exhibits on the walls of the Leatherby Libraries Hall of Art on the first floor, behind the Reference Desk, celebrating Chapman’s history through blueprints and honoring award-winning authors with creative book covers. The Hall of Art now has another excellent exhibit up, one that showcases the

International Holocaust Remembrance Day and Holocaust Research Resources From Tiana Taliep, Archivist for the Rodgers Center for Holocaust Education

January 27, 2020 by | Resources

Seventy-five years have passed since the Soviet Army liberated the Auschwitz concentration camp, a place where more than one million innocent people were killed, including Jews, Roma, Jehovah’s Witnesses, the disabled, and others targeted by the Nazi regime. On January 27, the International Holocaust Remembrance Day, we commemorate the victims of persecution whose lives were

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