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Lost & Found: A Family Photo Album: showing the album open

Opening Reception for “Lost & Found: A Family Photo Album”

Opening Reception for “Lost & Found: A Family Photo Album”

After 73 Years, Photographs Are Returned to Their Owners On Wednesday, October 24, the Yeshiva University Museum hosted the opening reception for their newest exhibition, “Lost & Found: A Family Photo Album.” Approximately 150 people came to view the photographs that had been smuggled out of the Kovno Ghetto by Annushka Matz Warshawska in 1943

Shira Sheps ’09S Tells the Stories of Jewish Women

The Layers Project Blends Photographs and Words to Create Touching Portraits In 2015, Shira (Lankin) Sheps ’09S began a blog, “Emuna Balaylot” [Faith in the Evenings], as a way to come to terms with a five-year chronic illness. She began by writing, “I am starting this blog because after years of quiet illness, I have

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