Print of a drawing by Sylvia Malkowitz, depicts 8 headstones that mark the burial of over 1000 Jewish ashes at a concentration camp. Text on one plaque reads "Here Lies 1000 Bodies" in English and German. A chimney can be seen in the distance. The weather is bleak as five birds fly into the distance. Narrative: Sylvia Benjamin (then Markowitz) started working as overseas staff for the American Joint Distribution Committee in Dec 1945. Her first assignment was at the Bergen-Belsen Displaced Persons camp near Hamburg. She was charged with interviewing for and distributing visas to Sweden, helping Jews locate surviving family, and for arranging medical care. After 6 months she was transferred to Hamburg where she helped re-establish a Jewish community. Her focus was on rebuilding a sense of community and spirit above mere survival requirements.