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Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre fonds
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Exhibition records

Series consists of promotional materials, financial records, correspondence, photographs, design files, and other records to do with exhibitions produced and rented by the Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre, starting with inaugural exhibit, Anne Frank in the World, 1929-1945, which opened November 7, 1994.

Anne Frank in the World, 1929-1945

Sub-series consists of promotional materials, correspondence, grant applications, financial records, meeting minutes, photographs, newspaper clippings, contracts, inventories and other records to do with the inaugural Anne Frank in the World, 1929-1945 exhibition, which was produced by the Anne Frank Center USA and ran from November 7 to December 11, 1994.

Building Bridges: Student Art Exhibit

Sub-series consists of grant applications, faxes, announcements, correspondence and colour slides depicting student artwork featured in the Building Bridges: Student Art Exhibit exhibition, as well as photographs of the exhibition and mural creation. Building Bridges was on display in summer 1996.

Open Hearts - Closed Doors: The War Orphans Project

Sub-series consists of oral history project texts, scrapbooks, promotional materials, correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, financial records, guest book, permission forms, and other records to do with the Open Hearts - Closed Doors: The War Orphans Project exhibition, which ran from November 17, 1997, to March 30, 1998. Sub-series also consists of materials to do with online Open Hearts - Closed Doors: The War Orphans Project exhibition.

Maus: A Memoir of the Holocaust

Sub-series consists of promotional materials, photographs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, research materials, and other records to do with the Maus: A Memoir of the Holocaust exhibition, which ran from October 15 to December 15, 1998.

The Gesher Project

Sub-series consists of slides depicting artwork, correspondence, promotional materials, newspaper clippings, financial records, guest book, and other records to do with The Gesher Project exhibition, which ran from June 20 to September 17, 1999.

Shanghai: A Refuge During the Holocaust

Sub-series consists of promotional materials, correspondence, photographs, financial records, research materials, newspaper clippings, oral history project permission forms, and other records to do with the Shanghai: A Refuge During the Holocaust exhibition, which ran from October 17 to December 20, 1999. Sub-series also includes records to do with Shanghai oral history project and coinciding "Why do Jewish Women Play Mah-Jongg?" program.

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