Since 1977, the Simon Wiesenthal Center has collected material related to the Holocaust, genocide, antisemitism, and Jewish communities worldwide. With the opening of the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles in 1993, our collection expanded to include tolerance, racism, multiculturalism, civil rights, and human rights.

The Archives are a repository for primary source material, including over 13,000 photographs and thousands of documents as well as diaries, letters, memorabilia, artwork, and rare books. You can view many of these artifacts using our searchable digital archive.

Museum of Tolerance – Archives