Drawing by Hungarian survivor Gyorgy Kadar
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Vanderbilt University. Vanderbilt University acquired this collection through the efforts of Chaplain Beverly Asbury in his close relationships with Gyorgy Kadar and the following individuals or entities: American Jewish Committee, Nashville Unit, Jewish Federation of Nashville and Middle Tennessee, National Conference of Christians and Jews, Nashville Chapter, Vanderbilt University Affiliated Ministries, Cavalier Family Philanthropic Fund, Ann and Bob Eisenstein, Gannett Foundation, Eugene and Reva Heller, John Lassing, Tennessee Arts Commission, Tennessee Humanities Council, and Werthan Foundation
Record last modified: 2018-01-16 15:17:06
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Also in Gyorgy Kadar collection
The collection consists of seventy-three original works of art created by Gyorgy Kadar depicting the experiences of Kadar, his family and friends in Budapest, Hungary, and multiple concentration camps and Budapest, Hungary during the Holocaust. It also includes materials relating to the art collection, such as condition books, press clippings, exhibition materials, and slide sheets.