The Holocaust: 1933-1945. New York: Anti-Defamation League of Bńai Bŕith, 1977. [Includes 20 posters] Special Collections (Flat Files) D810 .J4
Journal officiel du conseil de controle en Allemagne. Berlin: publisher not identified, 1945-1947 [In English, French, German, Russian] Special Collections (Books, Quarto) KK9.2 .G474
The White Maiden Male [artists' book presenting the story of Rudolph Brazda who, when he died in 2011, was the last known survivor of the Nazi concentration camps who had been incarcerated because he was a homosexual. Forced to wear a pink triangle, Brazda survived three years in Buchenwald. After his liberation, Brazda lived in Alsace until his death. Morin weaves Brazda's story with the German folktale of The White Maiden.] Special Collections (Artists' Books) N7433.4.M64 W55 2012
Unpublished Manuscript, 1946 [artists' book with text comprised of a typewritten memoir by Buchenwald survivor Hans Bergas and a letter written by Grace Naismith, then an Associate Editor at Reader's Digest, rejecting Bergas' manuscript for publication.] Special Collections (Artists' Books) N7433.4.C86 U578 2019
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