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Spots of Light- To be a Woman in the Holocaust

Emmi MacIntyre
Museum Hours: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; Wednesday 11 a.m.-9 p.m.; Saturday Noon-5 p.m. Through June 9. , Friday April 05 | $5-$12.
The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage is proud to announce its first exhibition of 2013- Spots of Light: To Be a Woman in the Holocaust (March 19 - June 9, 2013).  Originated by Yad Vashem in Jerusalem, it is the first exhibition to focus exclusively on Jewish women and their experiences in the Holocaust.


Where: Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage
Phone: 216.593.0575
Address: 2929 Richmond Road

Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage

2929 Richmond Road
Beachwood, Ohio
44122
 
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