View historic Armenian Genocide refugee photographs from the AGBU YPGNY Ellen Mary Gerard Archive
How the AGBU Young Professionals of Greater New York (YPGNY) came to purchase the Gerard archive from a store in Glendale, California, is an intriguing story that demonstrates the resolve of an emerging generation of Armenians to document, commemorate and honor the memory of the Armenian Genocide and its impact on our global culture.
If you have pictures, letters, films or documents of Armenians related to the Armenian Genocide, take measures to preserve these precious artifacts today. Contact a reputable museum, library, archive, university or research center. Here are a few organizations:
- Project Save: www.projectsave.org
- Armenian Library and Museum of America: www.almainc.org
- Your local chapter of the AGBU: www.agbu.org
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