By Ruth Morris
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Posted February 12 2007

The artifacts might seem haphazard at first: a violin, a false document, a photograph of a family not seen since.

But behind every one is a survival story and sometime in 2008, those stories will have a home.


As the Holocaust Survivors of South Florida held their 25th anniversary luncheon Sunday, president Miriam Fridman reminded members of plans to open a Holocaust museum in Hollywood by the end of next year. The project will include their own testimonies and many of their personal affects, tucked away in drawers and boxes for more than 60 years.