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Lost and Found - A Family Photo Album

You have arrived at the Rosenberg and Winnick Galleries.  Now on view is “Lost and Found, a Family Photo Album.”

Presented by Yeshiva University Museum, this exhibition explores the remarkable story of a pre-War family photo album that was owned by Anna Warshawska who was deported from the Kovno Ghetto in 1943. Prior to her deportation, she smuggled the album out of the city’s wartime Jewish ghetto entrusting it to a non-Jewish Lithuanian family for safekeeping. After the album’s chance discovery in 2013, it was reunited with Warshawska’s descendants.


Center for Jewish History
  1. Introduction to the Center for Jewish History and Biblical Species
  2. Luminous Manuscript
  3. Kindertransport: Rescuing Children on the Brink of War
  4. Rewind: Voices of the Past Advising the Future
  5. The Door Slams Shut: Jews and Immigration in the Face of American Reaction
  6. The David Berg Rare Book Room
  7. Nosotros 2.0 Connecting the Latino and Jewish Communities
  8. 1938Projekt: Posts from the Past
  9. All in the Family: Photographs from Across the Jewish World
  10. Hey, Wow! The Art of Oded Halahmy
  11. When the Golden Door Closed, They Carried the Torch.  Advocacy in the Age of Immigration Restriction
  12. Lost and Found - A Family Photo Album
  13. Ackman & Ziff Gamily Genealogy Institute and Lillian Goldman Reading Room
  14. Collection Management and Conservation Wing