This book covers part of the work of photographer Annemie Wolff (1906-1994): hundreds of rolls of film all shot in 1943, with portraits of 440 people, many of them Jewish, who came to her studio for passport photographs, snapshots of their children, or photos to serve as mementos. In a ledger she wrote down name, date and how much she was paid. Tamara Becker and Ann Huitzing identified over 300 persons whose portrait were taken and tell their stories. These photos and the recently-rediscovered photographs taken by Annemie Wolff-Koller (1906-1994) and her husband Helmuth Wolff (1895-1940) are part of the exhibition Almost Lost in History rediscovering the Photography of Annemie and Helmut Wolff in the National Holocaust Museum. Exhibition and catalogue were designed by us.
Catalogue accompanying the exhibition Almost Lost in History rediscovering the Photography of Annemie and Helmut Wolff in the National Holocaust Museum
March 2017 – September 2017