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Regina and Victor celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary.
Regina's parents, Pola and Isak.
Laks family photo, Poland, ca. 1925.
Regina and her mother at the Busko-Zdroj spa (note that her mother used a cane and little Regina has been given a child's cane).
1925 photograph taken in Kolbuszowa, Poland, showing Norman (at right) with his sister Rachel (left) and brother David (center).
Norman Salsitz while under the assumed identity Tadeusz Zaleski.
Amalie Petranka (later Salsitz) at 22 years of age.
Norman Salsitz and Amalie Petranka shortly after they met (under their assumed identities of, respectively, Felicja Milaszewska
1949 photograph of Amalie and Norman in Brooklyn, New York, two years after they came to the United States.
Amalie in the United States in 1952.
Norman's daughter, Esther, at age one.
Norman's daughter, Esther, at three weeks of age, with her mother, Amalie.
Photograph taken at the marriage of Esther Salsitz and her fiance.
1929 portrait of Norman with his niece, Szandla Weinstein.
Norman and Amalie with their first grandchild, Dustin.
Norman's grandchildren, Dustin, Aaron, and Michael.
Amalie and Norman go to Israel to visit family members.
Amalie (left) with her grandmother and sister Pepka in Tel Aviv, Israel, 1949.
Norman (with camera) in the United States.
June 6, 1991, photograph showing Amalie and Norman with a copy of their book, Against All Odds.
Norman's grandchildren, Michael, Dustin, and Aaron in 1997.
1934 portrait of Norman's family with Norman seated in the front row (at left).
Prewar portrait of Norman's parents, Isak and Ester, taken in Kolbuszowa, Poland, in 1934 when Isak's brother visited from Ameri
Four of Norman's sisters, the maid, and Norman's mother, Esther, do laundry in the yard of their home.
Norman's sisters Malcia, Matla, and Rachel eat bagels in the doorway of their mother's store.
Manya Friedman in her first civilian dress after the war, speaking to a security officer at a school in Lund, Sweden.
Manya Friedman, currently a volunteer at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and an active member of the Museum's speake
A woman who is concealing her face sits on a park bench marked "Only for Jews." Austria, ca.
German boys read an issue of Der Stuermer newspaper posted in a display box at the entrance to a Nazi party headquarters in the
Aron Derman and Neenah Ellis look at one of Aron's photographs.
2005 portrait of Aron Derman.
Aron Derman, 2004.
Blanka Rothschild holds one of her prewar family photographs.
2004 portrait of Blanka Rothschild.
Blanka Rothschild, 2004.
Blanka Rothschild and Neenah Ellis look through Blanka's photograph albums.
Norman Salsitz holds a photograph of himself and Amalie.
Norman Salsitz holds a photograph of his wife, Amalie, and daughter, Esther.
2004 portrait of Norman Salsitz.
Norman Salsitz looks through his prewar family photographs.
Regina Gelb shows her prewar family photographs.
2004 portrait of Regina Gelb.
Regina Gelb holds buttons from her high school days.
Stack of Regina Gelb's photographs and albums.
Elie Wiesel speaks at the Days of Remembrance ceremony, Washington, DC, 2001.
Elie Wiesel speaks at the Days of Remembrance ceremony, Washington, DC, 2002.
Elie Wiesel speaks at the Faith in Humankind conference, held before the opening of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum,
Elie Wiesel (right) with his wife and son during the Faith in Humankind conference, held before the opening of the USHMM, on Sep
Elie Wiesel speaks at the Faith in Humankind conference, held before the opening of the USHMM, on September 18–19, 1984, in Wash
Elie Wiesel with President Ion Iliescu in Sighet following the presentation of the Final Report of the International Commission
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