The Nancy & David Wold Holocaust & Humanity Center welcomes the donation of artifacts, documents, photographs, and testimony representing eyewitness experiences before, during, or after the Holocaust and WWII.
The Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center has an extensive collection of artifacts, archival materials, and digital multimedia relating to the Holocaust and World War II. The collection, which is based on the experiences of local eyewitnesses including survivors and soldiers, is used to study and share the history of the Holocaust. Donations might include objects, photographs, immigration documents, military records, newspapers, and recorded testimony.
The Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center's Coppel Resource Library has a collection of books, DVDs, and other resources on the Holocaust and World War II, available for use on-site by appointment. Our archives contain a collection of artifacts and testimony relating to the experiences of local eyewitnesses during the Holocaust and World War II. The library and archives can be visited by appointment.