THE NEW YORK TIMES

By EDWARD ROTHSTEIN
Published: January 24, 2006

In the exhibition “Life in Shadows: Hidden Children and the Holocaust,” which opens today at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, there is nothing intrinsically remarkable about the objects on display. What, after all, is the interest in a stained short-sleeve lime-green sweater that might have been worn by any 8-year-old girl? What is so important about three wooden stubs with ink-drawn faces stored in a battered pillbox? MORE.