Dallas Holocaust Museum Archives and Library provides access to rare books, manuscripts, and artifacts while preserving them for future generations.
The Museum’s library and archives are essential to the mission of the Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance as they preserve tangible remnants of the Holocaust for both exhibition and educational purposes. The archives contain more than 5,000 cataloged artifacts, photographs, papers, oral histories, and publications.
Do you have any artifacts, photographs, or letters related to the Holocaust or pre-war Jewish culture? If so, contact the Museum to find out how you can donate artifacts to our archives for scholarly research and possible future exhibition.
Click here for access to our online catalog.
Click here for more information on Donating Books or Artifacts to the Museum
Click here for more information about conducting research in the Museum's Library and Archives
To arrange a research appointment or inquire about a potential donation, please contact the Museum's archivist, below:
Felicia Williamson, MLIS, CA | Archivist/Special Collections
469-399-5220 Direct | 870-416-0090 Cell