The Belzec Memorial Museum is gathering information about people who were killed in the death camp at Belzec. It is part of the "Every Victim Has a Name" project and of the museum's cooperation with international institutions that conduct research into the Holocaust. The victims of Belzec were not anonymous, as the Nazis wished them to be. The project will help restore the victims' names, and the stories of their lives will become part of the museum's educational activities. If you can help by contributing names and/or stories, please contact Ewa Koper at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, and put "Every Victim Has a Name" as the subject.
Mt. Washington (New Hampshire) Auto Road is trying to identify the stage coach drivers in a photograph they believe dates to before 1900. If you have an ancestor who drove stage coaches in New Hampshire, they are hoping you will recognize one of the men in the photo. You can read some of what is known about the photo here; contact information for Mt. Washington Auto Road is included in the story.