Exhibit is now open to the public.
Show runs until last week in August, 2014
EXIT BERLIN EXHIBIT
Many would label her life as “unremarkable.”
For more than three decades, Luzie Hatch, a German Jewish refugee from Berlin, who lived alone, took the subway from her Queens studio apartment to AJC headquarters in Manhattan where she worked as an administrative assistant.
The chance discovery of her WW II-era correspondence by an estate executor revealed that Luzie Hatch’s life was far from “unremarkable.” This rare and heartrending correspondence is the basis of Exit Berlin, authored by Charlotte Bonelli, Director of the AJC Archives, will be released in April.
This exhibit will come to life and transport you back to a critical time in history.
Sponsored by AJC and HMTC
Monday-Friday: 10:00 am – 4:30 pm
Saturday, Sunday, and holidays: 12:00 pm – 4:00; Guided tours are available at 1:30 pm on Saturdays and 1:00 pm & 2:00 pm on Sundays. Please call for reservations.
Requested admission donation:
For more information, please call: 516-571-8040