Documenting the Impact of the Holocaust on New York City and Long Island

The KHC has, over the course of 35 years, received artifacts from Queens and Long Island survivors and their families including survivor oral histories, films and videos, and primary sources from World War II. The Center library contains over 5,000 books, 1,000 microfilms, and 1,100 videos.

KHC Collection

35 years of material reflecting the impact of genocide on New York City and Long Island


Hundreds of artifacts from Queens and Long Island families related to the experiences of survivors, victims, and their families: letters, photos, immigration documents, propaganda, clothing, artwork, flags, journals, and photo albums


A 6,000-volume library filled with books, both nonfiction and fiction, related to the topics of the Holocaust along with other genocides


Over 1,200 movies, television programs, and documentaries that are based on the Holocaust and other genocides from the mid-1970s until the present

Oral Histories

Hundreds of audio-visual testimonies with local survivors captured from the mid-1970s to the present day

QCC Library Guides

In collaboration with the Queensborough Community College’s library and the various faculty who have initiated research and teaching projects over the years, the KHC has developed several thematic Libguides that provide bibliographies, lecture videos, and classroom assignments on a variety of topics related to Holocaust and genocide studies.