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The University of West Georgia will host "Anne Frank: A History for Today" and "Witness to the Holocaust: World War II Veteran William A Scott III at the Liberation of Buchenwald" under the sponsorship of Ingram Library's Penelope Melson Society.
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W. A. Scott III

Information about W.A. Scott of the Atlanta Daily World, and subject of the exhibit Witness to the Holocaust

Dr. Leon Bass

Dr, Bass will speak at the UWG Campus Center on Tuesday, September 16, 2008 at 7:00 p.m.

Holocaust Resources


Exhibit Programs

The exhibit is free and open to the public during library hours. No reservations are required for individuals and families. Contact Catherine Hendricks at Ingram Library 678 839-5337 chendric@ to arrange a visit for your class, book group, or organization, or to request the placement of sign-in sheets for your class.


The University of West Georgia will host the exhibit "Anne Frank: A History for Today" in September 2008 under the sponsorship of Ingram Library's Penelope Melson Society. The Georgia Commission on the Holocaust secured the exhibit through the Anne Frank Center USA.

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West Georgia Regional Library System

The Neva Lomason Library, Carrollton, Georgia is the recipient of a 2008 Let's Talk About It grant supporting a fall Jewsih Literature--Identity and Imagination book discussion group on the theme "Between Two Worlds: Stories of Estrangement and Homecoming."

Book List for Fall 2008 Discussion

  • Lost in Translation by Eva Hoffman
  • Mr. Sammler's Planet by Saul Bellow
  • Out of Egypt by Andre Aciman
  • The Centaur in the Garden by Moacyr Scliar
  • Kaaterskill Falls by Allegra Goodman



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