Anne Frank House : a museum with a story

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Call Number949.207 A61a 2011
Dates2011; ©2001
Statement of ResponsibilityAnne Frank House.
Creators & ContributorsMetselaar, Menno (contributor)
Rol, Ruud van der (contributor)
Stam, Dineke (contributor)
Leopold, Ronald (contributor)
Anne Frank Stichting (author)
Frank, Anne (subject)
Anne Frank House (subject)
Anne Frank Stichting (subject)
Frank family (subject)
Summary"The Anne Frank House is a museum with a story. In this catalogue, that story is told in detail based on quotes and objects displayed in the museum. Attention is also given to the traces left behind by the inhabitants of the Secret Annex, such as the images Anne pasted on her bedroom wall and the pencil marks indicating how much Anne and Margot grew during their two years in hiding." —Foreword
ContentsForeword / Ronald Leopold

A Prior History
  • Going into Hiding
  • The Warehouse
  • The Private Office and the Kitchen
  • Victor Kugler's Office
  • The Front Office of Miep Gies, Jo Kleiman and Bep Voskuijl
  • The Storeroom
  • The Movable Bookcase
  • Otto, Edith and Margot Frank's Room
  • Anne Frank and Fritz Pfeffer's Room
  • The Bathroom
  • Hermann and Auguste van Pels' Room
  • Peter van Pels' Room and the Attic
  • The Arrest
After the Arrest
  • The Shoah
  • Otto Frank
  • Anne Frank's Diaries
  • The Publication of the Diary
  • The Anne Frank House
Appendix
  • The Pen Names of the People in Hiding and the Helpers
Physical Description 254 pages : illustrations ; 17 cm
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish
PublisherAmsterdam : Anne Frank House
EditionRevised edition
NotesCompilation and editing, Menno Metselaar, Ruud van der Rol, 2001, Dineke Stam, 2001
RecognitionGifted in 2014 by Dodie Katzenstein

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OrganizationsPeople

Frank, Anne (subject)

Metselaar, Menno (contributor)

Rol, Ruud van der (contributor)

Stam, Dineke (contributor)

Leopold, Ronald (contributor)

Family

Frank family (subject)