The AP notes that the Anne Frank Museum will put the young girl’s diaries on display.
The article notes: “The Anne Frank House museum says it will put the teenage Holocaust victim’s diaries and other writings on permanent display to commemorate what would have been her 80th birthday on June 12, 1929.”
The museum, located in Amsterdam, hopes to have all her writings on display by November 1st, the article states.
There is also a photo available of her actual handwriting. Anne began her journal before the family went into hiding, and even rewrote some of the passages and stories in the anticipation that her diary someday might be published.
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