We have set up a form for people to submit old family photos for display on our interactive touch-screen table at the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust. We are starting with 8,000 photos and can easily add new ones. Please submit yours. See http://www.lamoth.org/WorldThatWas.html
Great. There are so many wonderful old photos on Geni and we'd like to include them in our display. People love to play with the table, which has the photos randomly float to the top so that people can touch them, enlarge them and read about them. It is a great feature of the museum and I am hoping we can add to it.
Thanks for the invitation Randy. I don't have any holocaust stuff. Ironically it was not the Jewish side of the family, but the other side who were imprisoned by the Japanese and spent over four years in POW camps. Amazingly, they all survived. It's certainly left a lasting, unspoken legacy on this family.
Also, the Fritz Bauer Institute in Frankfurt is doing projects which seek photos. Please see: http://www.geni.com/documents/view?doc_id=6000000022466903912