Janine Janowski pictued at 1-year-old in her home in Paris, France. (Photo: Muriel Hasbun archive.)

Janine Janowski pictued at 1-year-old in her home in Paris, France. (Photo: Muriel Hasbun archive.)

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 Janine Janowski's family album. Photographs from Poland, 1930's, Muriel Hasbun archive.

Janine Janowski's family album. Photographs from Poland, 1930's, Muriel Hasbun archive.

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 A postcard addressed to the Barthels, the name given to the Finkielsztajns while they were in hiding. (Muriel Hasbun archive.)

A postcard addressed to the Barthels, the name given to the Finkielsztajns while they were in hiding. (Muriel Hasbun archive.)

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 After a generation of uncertainty about George's, Janine's father, time in Drancy concentration camp, her daughter, Muriel Hasbun, inquired with Serge Klarsfeld. Mr. Klarsfeld is an activist and a documentarian of Nazis and Vichy France. His daily accounts have helped with the prosecution of many war crimes. Mr. Klarsfeld looked into the matter of Janine's father and sent word of the exact dates and room where he stayed in Drancy. The concentration camp has since been turned into apartments. (Ephemera: Muriel Hasbun archive.)

After a generation of uncertainty about George's, Janine's father, time in Drancy concentration camp, her daughter, Muriel Hasbun, inquired with Serge Klarsfeld. Mr. Klarsfeld is an activist and a documentarian of Nazis and Vichy France. His daily accounts have helped with the prosecution of many war crimes. Mr. Klarsfeld looked into the matter of Janine's father and sent word of the exact dates and room where he stayed in Drancy. The concentration camp has since been turned into apartments. (Ephemera: Muriel Hasbun archive.)

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 Photographs of the volcanic landscapes of Le Mont-Dore, the town where Janine and her family fled to hide from the Nazi's, collected by Janine's daughter, Muriel Hasbun. (Muriel Hasbun archive.)

Photographs of the volcanic landscapes of Le Mont-Dore, the town where Janine and her family fled to hide from the Nazi's, collected by Janine's daughter, Muriel Hasbun. (Muriel Hasbun archive.)

 A photograph of Janine and her brother Léon while they were in hiding as requested in the letter on the right from Janine's father, asking to see his "babies" in the winter coats he had sent them. (Photos: Muriel Hasbun archive.)

A photograph of Janine and her brother Léon while they were in hiding as requested in the letter on the right from Janine's father, asking to see his "babies" in the winter coats he had sent them. (Photos: Muriel Hasbun archive.)

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 Franc's from Vichy France. Gouta had to cross into the unsafe and occupied territory of Vichy France in order to sell her things to support her family.

Franc's from Vichy France. Gouta had to cross into the unsafe and occupied territory of Vichy France in order to sell her things to support her family.

 The first photograph of the family after the war ended. (Muriel Hasbun archive.)

The first photograph of the family after the war ended. (Muriel Hasbun archive.)

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 Janine at her new home in El Salvador, a volcanic landscape like the one she left in Le Mont-Dore. (Photos: Muriel Hasbun archive.)

Janine at her new home in El Salvador, a volcanic landscape like the one she left in Le Mont-Dore. (Photos: Muriel Hasbun archive.)

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 Janine in her gallery,  galería laberinto.

Janine in her gallery, galería laberinto.

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 Antonio Bonilla, one of the artists from Janine's gallery, made intense work reflecting the civil war. This painting is titled, "Under the Shadow of the Temple of Justice" ("Bajo la sombra del templo de la justicia" in the original Spanish). (Copyright: laberinto projects archive.)

Antonio Bonilla, one of the artists from Janine's gallery, made intense work reflecting the civil war. This painting is titled, "Under the Shadow of the Temple of Justice" ("Bajo la sombra del templo de la justicia" in the original Spanish). (Copyright: laberinto projects archive.)

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 Janine in 2007 at home near lake Coatepeque in El Salvador. (Photo: Susan Sterner.)

Janine in 2007 at home near lake Coatepeque in El Salvador. (Photo: Susan Sterner.)

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 Photographs of Janine's last days hanging at the Cultural Center of Spain as part of an exhibition about the gallery and her legacy in El Salvador. Photographs by Muriel Hasbun.

Photographs of Janine's last days hanging at the Cultural Center of Spain as part of an exhibition about the gallery and her legacy in El Salvador. Photographs by Muriel Hasbun.

 Janine Janowski pictued at 1-year-old in her home in Paris, France. (Photo: Muriel Hasbun archive.)
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 Janine Janowski's family album. Photographs from Poland, 1930's, Muriel Hasbun archive.
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 A postcard addressed to the Barthels, the name given to the Finkielsztajns while they were in hiding. (Muriel Hasbun archive.)
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 After a generation of uncertainty about George's, Janine's father, time in Drancy concentration camp, her daughter, Muriel Hasbun, inquired with Serge Klarsfeld. Mr. Klarsfeld is an activist and a documentarian of Nazis and Vichy France. His daily accounts have helped with the prosecution of many war crimes. Mr. Klarsfeld looked into the matter of Janine's father and sent word of the exact dates and room where he stayed in Drancy. The concentration camp has since been turned into apartments. (Ephemera: Muriel Hasbun archive.)
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 Photographs of the volcanic landscapes of Le Mont-Dore, the town where Janine and her family fled to hide from the Nazi's, collected by Janine's daughter, Muriel Hasbun. (Muriel Hasbun archive.)
 A photograph of Janine and her brother Léon while they were in hiding as requested in the letter on the right from Janine's father, asking to see his "babies" in the winter coats he had sent them. (Photos: Muriel Hasbun archive.)
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 Franc's from Vichy France. Gouta had to cross into the unsafe and occupied territory of Vichy France in order to sell her things to support her family.
 The first photograph of the family after the war ended. (Muriel Hasbun archive.)
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 Janine at her new home in El Salvador, a volcanic landscape like the one she left in Le Mont-Dore. (Photos: Muriel Hasbun archive.)
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 Janine in her gallery,  galería laberinto.
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 Antonio Bonilla, one of the artists from Janine's gallery, made intense work reflecting the civil war. This painting is titled, "Under the Shadow of the Temple of Justice" ("Bajo la sombra del templo de la justicia" in the original Spanish). (Copyright: laberinto projects archive.)
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 Janine in 2007 at home near lake Coatepeque in El Salvador. (Photo: Susan Sterner.)
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 Photographs of Janine's last days hanging at the Cultural Center of Spain as part of an exhibition about the gallery and her legacy in El Salvador. Photographs by Muriel Hasbun.

Janine Janowski pictued at 1-year-old in her home in Paris, France. (Photo: Muriel Hasbun archive.)

Janine Janowski's family album. Photographs from Poland, 1930's, Muriel Hasbun archive.

A postcard addressed to the Barthels, the name given to the Finkielsztajns while they were in hiding. (Muriel Hasbun archive.)

After a generation of uncertainty about George's, Janine's father, time in Drancy concentration camp, her daughter, Muriel Hasbun, inquired with Serge Klarsfeld. Mr. Klarsfeld is an activist and a documentarian of Nazis and Vichy France. His daily accounts have helped with the prosecution of many war crimes. Mr. Klarsfeld looked into the matter of Janine's father and sent word of the exact dates and room where he stayed in Drancy. The concentration camp has since been turned into apartments. (Ephemera: Muriel Hasbun archive.)

Photographs of the volcanic landscapes of Le Mont-Dore, the town where Janine and her family fled to hide from the Nazi's, collected by Janine's daughter, Muriel Hasbun. (Muriel Hasbun archive.)

A photograph of Janine and her brother Léon while they were in hiding as requested in the letter on the right from Janine's father, asking to see his "babies" in the winter coats he had sent them. (Photos: Muriel Hasbun archive.)

Franc's from Vichy France. Gouta had to cross into the unsafe and occupied territory of Vichy France in order to sell her things to support her family.

The first photograph of the family after the war ended. (Muriel Hasbun archive.)

Janine at her new home in El Salvador, a volcanic landscape like the one she left in Le Mont-Dore. (Photos: Muriel Hasbun archive.)

Janine in her gallery, galería laberinto.

Antonio Bonilla, one of the artists from Janine's gallery, made intense work reflecting the civil war. This painting is titled, "Under the Shadow of the Temple of Justice" ("Bajo la sombra del templo de la justicia" in the original Spanish). (Copyright: laberinto projects archive.)

Janine in 2007 at home near lake Coatepeque in El Salvador. (Photo: Susan Sterner.)

Photographs of Janine's last days hanging at the Cultural Center of Spain as part of an exhibition about the gallery and her legacy in El Salvador. Photographs by Muriel Hasbun.

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