While living at a displaced persons camp in Deggendorf, Germany, Holocaust survivor Margret Hantman (née Simon), performed with a theater group and helped make costumes. In an American-themed show, she wore a stars and stripes dress, and her friend played the Statue of Liberty.
Learn why Margret immigrated to the United States in 1946 and why she donated her flag dress and other precious artifacts to the Museum.
About the Artifacts
The artifacts shown in the video were donated to the Museum by Margret Hantman. Explore the Margret Hantman collection.