Adele Kohn, call for deportation

The Museum first opened in the 1960s, when a group of local Holocaust survivors created a space to house their precious artifacts that miraculously weathered the Holocaust and share their experiences with future generations.  Over the decades, the Museum continued to collect a significant number of personally donated documents and artifacts. The Museum’s award-winning facility and permanent home was specifically designed to showcase, collect, and preserve these valuable primary sources.

In 2006, the Museum began to reorganize and digitize its collection, and launched an online Archival and Research Catalog. The Museum continues to strive to properly preserve its artifacts in both physical and digital format, providing free public access to the Museum’s collection of primary sources at www.lamoth.info.