The De Wilde family photographs
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Jolene Sonnheim
Consists of four pre-war photographs of the De Wilde family who lived in hiding in Friesland, Netherands during the Holocaust.
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Also in Jolene Sonnheim collection
The collection consists of an artifact and photographs relating to the experience of Jolene De Wilde and her family in the Netherlands before and during the Holocaust when they lived in hiding.
Doll with handmade top and leggings that belonged to Jolene de Wilde when she was a child. The doll was kept by a neighbor while the de Wilde family lived in hiding in Friesland, Netherlands, from ca. 1941-1945. Jolene and her sister were placed in hiding with a non-Jewish couple, Hielke and Herder Brouwer, who were honored by Yad Vashem as Righteous Among the Nations in 1985.