Collection is comprised of antisemitic publications, flyers and postcards distributed in North America and Europe in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and collected by Kit Krieger.
Collection is comprised of writings by Polish Holocaust survivor Iza Laponce and identity cards belonging to Helena and Stanislaw Fiszhaut, the couple who adopted Iza Laponce. Writings are parts one and two of Laponce's memoir and a draft of an article on the subject of Jews in wartime Warsaw.Laponce, Iza
Sub-series consists of administrative records, promotional materials, catalogues and black-and-white print photographs of Holocaust survivors related to the Faces of Survival exhibition, which ran from June 2018 to August 2019 at the Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre.
Sub-series consists of planning documents, notes, donor list, teachers’ guide and other records pertaining to the organization of the exhibition In Focus: The Holocaust through the VHEC Collection, which ran from June 2018 through July 2019.
Sub-series consists of guest book, photograph permissions, booklets, research and draft exhibition panels for the exhibition Canada Responds to the Holocaust, 1944-45, which ran from October 16, 2016, to June 30, 2017.
Collection is comprised of records accumulated as a result of the participation of the Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre in a project entitled Writing Lives: The Holocaust Survivor Memoir Project. Writing Lives was a partnership between Langara College’s English and History departments, the Azrieli Foundation and the VHEC. For the project, students at Langara College worked closely with Vancouver-based Holocaust survivors to produce their written memoirs over the course of two semesters. In the first semester, students learned the history of the Holocaust. In the second semester, students interviewed survivors, transcribed the interviews and together with the survivors, completed written memoirs. In this fonds are the memoirs, administrative files and digital photographs produced during the two-year run of the project. Seven survivors participated in the first year of the project, from 2016–2017; five survivors participated in the second year of the project, from 2017 to 2018.
Collection is divided into three series: Memoirs (2017–2018), Administrative files (2016–2018) and Photographs (2017–2018).
Sub-series consists of School booking forms, scrapbooks, loose scrapbooks page, research materials, Oral History Project material, correspondence, publicity, teachers materials, guest books, exhibition texts, rental agreement, exhibition photographs and slides, Canadian Heritage Information Network records and other records to do with the Open Hearts - Closed Doors: The War orphans Project exhibition, which ran from March 1 to July 29, 2016.
Sub-series consists of guest book from The Face of the Ghetto: Photographs of the Litzmannstadt Ghetto, 1940-1944 exhibition, which ran from May 14 to October 16, 2015.
Sub-series consists of guest book and artefact information cards from the Carl Lutz and the Legendary Glass House in Budapest exhibition, which ran from October 22, 2014, to February 22, 2015.