Anne Frank Exhibit: A History for Today
Hosted at Selby Public Library
Hours of Operation: Monday-Thursday 10 AM-8 PM, Friday & Saturday 10 AM-5 PM, Sunday Closed
The Anne Frank: A History for Today exhibit brings to life the story of a child during WWII. As we examine the historical events surrounding her life, it is a lesson for all on how to become an up-stander--not a bystander-- and support one another.
The exhibit, on loan from the Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect, is located in the library rotunda, and comprises thirty panels of pictures against the backdrop of diary excerpts. There is also a 20-minute video on the second floor of the library.
Visitors of the exhibit will live Anne's story vicariously through the many photographs and historical narratives, from her birth in 1929 through her death in the Bergen-Blesen concentration camp in March 1945.