Edith kept a photo album of Margot’s baby and toddler years. It contains many photos and texts that paint a picture of the first two years of Margot’s life in Germany.
The album is in imitation leather, with the words ‘Unser Kind’ (‘Our child) on the cover. It contains preprinted pages for parents to fill in information about their child.
The caption in Edith’s handwriting reads: December 1927, For grandmother’s birthday. Margot is scared of being photographed.