VOICES FROM SALVAGED PAGES
Tuesday, January 30
7pm

The Yeshiva University Museum (YUM) invites you to an
evening of readings from the Holocaust diaries of young adults
who recorded their day-to-day struggle to survive.

The first-person narratives were collected by author
Alexandra Zapruder and published in her award-winning book,

Salvaged Pages: Diaries of the Holocaust

Alexandra Zapruder, Yeshiva University students and professors will be the voices of the diaries. Peninnah Schram, professional storyteller and Professor
of Speech and Drama at Yeshiva University’s Stern College, will
host the readings.

YESHIVA UNIVERSITY MUSEUM
at the CENTER FOR JEWISH HISTORY
15 West 16th Street (between Fifth and Sixth Avenues)
New York, NY 10011

Free with Museum admission. Free for YU students, faculty and staff.
Museum admission is $8/$6 for senior citizens & students with ID
and free for YUM members and anyone with a YU ID card.
Tickets can be reserved in advance at (212) 294-8330 extension 8816 or
programs@yum.cjh.org. For more information, call (212) 294-8330 extension 8819.

SUBWAY: 123 to 14th Street, FV Train to 14th Street QNR, 456, L to Union Square