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The New Mexico Holocaust & Intolerance Museum and
Werner Gellert, Chair
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
HOLOCAUST & INTOLERANCE MUSEUM AND STUDY CENTER SEEKS WORLD
WAR II MEMORABILIA
Newly Established Museum Looking for Donors
(Albuquerque, New Mexico - July 5, 1999) The New Mexico Holocaust and Intolerance Museum and Study Center, a newly established museum in Albuquerque, is seeking World War II memorabilia for display. The Museum will display artifacts, memorabilia, pictures, documents and books of the Holocaust and other genocides perpetrated by government design. The Museum is looking for donors who can provide memorabilia of World War II from the European theater as well as any artifacts that relate to other genocides and ethnic cleansing in Cambodia, Armenia and elsewhere.
The Museum is currently negotiating for space in or around downtown Albuquerque and hopes to open its doors in the year 2000. While that effort is underway, the Museum Board is also trying to obtain as much material as possible to be displayed in the Museum.
"With every passing day, there are fewer survivors of World War II who can assist us in our efforts to obtain memorabilia," states Werner Gellert, Chair of the Museum. "As we lose these people, we lose their memories and many of the items they have saved."
The Museum is a non-profit organization and donated items may be tax deductible. For more information please contact Werner Gellert, Chair of The New Mexico Holocaust & Intolerance Museum and Study Center, by mail at 12101 Calle Zagal NE, Albuquerque, NM 87111 or by phone at (505) 294-9093.
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