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Stitching History

Stitching History From the Holocaust
Opens September 14

Prague 1939: A True Story of Talent Lost. Paul and Hedy Strnad are trapped as the Nazis close in. Can Hedy's dress designs and their cousin in Milwaukee help them to get to the United States?

All efforts failed. Hedy and Paul perished in the Holocaust, but their memory lives on in the letter and sketches which form the core of this haunting exhibit. Come and experience Hedy's designs brought to life.

Don't Miss our opening reception on Wednesday, September 10 with Dr. Michael Berenbaum. Click here to RSVP.


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Sponsors:
Presenting Sponsors - Anonymous Foundation, The Bradley Foundation, Brico Fund, Daniel M. Soref Charitable Trust, Penny & Jim Deshur, Suzy Ettinger, Evan & Marion Helfaer Foundation, Herzfeld Foundation, Helen & Ron Jacobs, Marianne & Sheldon Lubar, Sue & Bud Selig, The Strnad Family

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