Train station outside of camp
Resource TypeStill Images
Date of Creation1941
GenreArts & Culture
Place of CreationSherbrooke, Quebec
Place of Creation NoteInternment camp 42, also known as Camp N
DescriptionWatercolour depicting rail siding and train station
Materials/Techniqueswatercolour on paper
Measurements27.5 x 38 cm
Inscriptions[Signature] / 41
Method of ConstructionRobert Langstadt used paints donated by the YMCA and a brush made from his own hair.
ProvenanceGifted to the Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre in 2018 by Shimona Waldston.
The donor's husband, Gerry Waldston, was interned in Camp B (Ripples, New Brunswick) and Camp B (Sherbrooke, Quebec).
Legal Statuspermanent collection
Credit LineCourtesy of Shimona Waldston