Death and Diamonds: A Holocaust Survivor’s Journey from Kraków to Chandler
Born into a Jewish family in Poland in 1924, Samuel Soldinger found himself and his family confined to the Kraków Ghetto after the Germans invaded. While everyone around him died, Soldinger survived the Holocaust working in Oskar Schindler’s factory. After the war he learned to cut diamonds and moved to New York City. In 1962, Soldinger arrived in Chandler to manage the new Harry Winston diamond processing plant on Pecos Road. This exhibit traces the historic journey of this Chandler man. Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5pm; Sunday 1-5pm; Closed Monday; Free admission
Death and Diamonds: A Holocaust Survi...
Date and Time
Wednesday Feb 3, 2021Wednesday Mar 10, 2021
February 3-March 10 Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5pm; Sunday 1-5pm; Closed Monday;
Chandler Museum 300 S. Chandler Village Drive Chandler, Arizona 85226