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1918 portrait of five members of the Rehfisch family, including a young Lily Rehfisch, and a second, modern-day photo of Pete Vanlaw.

What is a Christian Bark?

Five 10 cm square bronze colored metal plaques embedded in cement in a grid, each engraved with a single person taken away by nazi soldiers during world war two.


Very young, well-dressed girl with a bow in her hair and carrying a doll steps out of a train car onto a station platform as other children peer at her.

In My Pocket

Pen and ink drawing of nervous high school girl in graduation gown and mortar board standing with high-heeled shoes awkwardly pressed together.


Tourists climb the very steep steps of Plaza de la Pirámide de la Luna, at Teotihuacan, Mexico.

Mexico and the Torticos Man

Older gentleman embraces two ladies, all three dressed for going out.

Tribute to TC

“Jews in the Choir”

Mort n’ Curley

Rendezvous in Hannover

General Morris (Two-Gun) Cohen

You May Have a Story to Tell

Marion Blumenthal Lazan

“Paul and Lily”

Margot Rehfisch Redux

Lucile Avenue Revisited

Escape from Shanghai

Conrad Veidt and the Natzlers

Searching for the Natzlers

Channeling My Grandmother