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The Holocaust, memory, and art





Some primary sources in Special Collections on the Holocaust  

 Oral History Collection: Ask at front desk

 R. E. Thomason papers, MS 140.  Finding aid on line at ; ask at front desk.

 R. M. Prieto papers, MS 334.  Ask at front desk.

 Fannie Zlabovsky National Council of Jewish Women case files, MS 508.  Inventory available at UTEP Library; ask at front desk. 

 Boder, David Pablo, 1886-                                        

Topical autobiographies of displaced people recorded verbatim in 

   displaced persons camps, with a psychological and              

   anthropological analysis.                                      

Spec. Coll. Judaica     D 808.B62 v.1-9   

Also see the site at the Illinois Institute of Technology at             


Teaching kits:

The Holocaust / [compiled by] William Phillips.                  

Spec. Coll. Judaica     D 810 .J4H641 1993                


The Nazi holocaust [picture] : series II.                        

Spec. Coll. Judaica     D 810 .J4N3 1976            


And some books about art and the Holocaust:

Langer, Lawrence L.                                             

Preempting the Holocaust                   

Spec. Coll. Judaica     PN56.H55 L36 1998             


Baigell, Matthew.                                               

Jewish-American artists and the Holocaust.   

Spec. Coll. Judaica     N6538.J4 B35 1997


Blatter, Janet. 

Art of the Holocaust / by Janet Blatter and Sybil Milton; historical introduction by Henry Friedlander.  

Spec. Coll. Judaica       N7417.6 B59 1981


We are children just the same : "Vedem," the secret magazine by the boys of Terezin / prepared and selected from the magazine “In the Lead" (Vedem) by Marie Ruth Krizkova et al... with a foreword by Vaclav Havel.                                                  

Spec. Coll. Judaica     D 805 .C9J413 1994         


Amishai-Maisels, Ziva, 1939-                                    

Depiction and interpretation : the influence of the Holocaust on the visual arts

Spec. Coll. Judaica     N 8210.A59 1993


Claudia Rivers, Head, Special Collections.  Campus phone: 747-6725    email:

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