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Series Children and youth
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Publications and writings

Series consists of a second edition copy of Anne Frank’s Het Achterhuis, or Diary of a Young Girl; the memoir Adolescence Lost, written by Carla Benninga; a thank you card; “Ever Stitch a Memory” notes and photo; a photocopy of a newspaper article; two photocopies regarding a Holocaust exhibition; copies of testimonies; current writings by Sorensen; and translations provided by Sorensen.

Photographs

Series consists of graphic materials concerning Sorensen and her family members and their experiences before, during and after the Second World War. Records include original and copied photographs and negatives. Many of the original materials remain in the custody of Sorensen or her sister, Elenore. Although some of the exact dates are unknown, the known dates of items in this series range from ca. 1921 to 2006.

Louise Stein Sorensen

Boy Scout and Cub camp photographs

Series consists of records relating to Collins’ Boy Scout and Cub leadership. Includes slides of the Ryerson Scout Troop and Cub Pack camping expeditions at Camp Byng, Roberts Creek (1947-1951); Coquitlam Camporee (1948); Abbotsford trail rides at Spruce Lake in the Chilcotin (1959-1960); and the Haney Scout and Cub camps at Camp Byng and Manning Park, and trail rides in Bridge River country (1965-1973).

Personal records

Series consists of textual and graphic materials relating directly to Sorensen. Records include a photocopy of an original document sent from Sorensen’s Montessori school, an original report card from Sorensen’s 1942/1943 year at Montessori school, and 3 original hand drawings done in pencil. The drawings were done by Sorensen when she was around 16 years old.

Louise Stein Sorensen