A piece of embroidery backed on a waxed woven canvas. Embroidered blue wave border with text along each side (see inscription). In the middle is an embroidered image of a burning synagogue with a Star of David just below. The outside border is the woven canvas, with masking tape along the left, top and right edges. The bottom edge has been sewn.
Charity box shaped like a mug with handle and attached lid. Lid has two openings, one circular and one rectangular cut into it to receive money donations. Hebrew etching around the lid and dots on certain letters indicates it was made in 5651 (1890-1891). Narrative: Made by Eliezer Hauer in the town of Onod, Hungaryfor the local synagogue. It belonged to the synagoge at Onod until its destruction in 1944. It was buried, uncovered and given to a local Lutheran Minister who kept it safe until circa 1990 when it was given to Mrs. Esther Prager.
10 brown painted figures, representing concentration camp prisoners, each two are holding a black tray; a larger figure, a Nazi camp guard, stands behind them holding a stick. The figures are glued onto a rectangular wood board.
32 brown painted figures, representing concentration camp prisoners. The figures are positioned in a double straight line, with a metal bar running down the middle; each one is chained at the hands and then to the bar, a lock hangs from the bar at the front. The figures are glued onto a rectangular wood board.
Painting of a house with two windows, and a chimney. In front of the house are two people, and a wagon. There are trees on either side of the house. Narrative: This colour painting was done in Terezin. Donor’s uncle, Leo Korty, gave it to her several years after the war. The painter did this painting while imprisoned in Terezin. Mr. Korty kept the painting with him during the death march.
Framed, depicting a view from inside the Jewish quarter of block L100 and the overpass built for the German workers employed in the Sicherheitsdienst Archives (Security service), so that they may not have contact with the inmates.
Painting, depicting a view from inside a compound, of workers departing, from the main gate of Magdeburg (needs confirmation), to work in the fields; surrounded by a beige window mat. Housed in a wooden frame, with a white grain; glass glazing. The dust cover is pin-striped paper; screw eyes are found on each side, connected with metal wire.