Anne’s metal tin with marbles
Anne, like other Jewish children, gave away some of her toys before going into hiding. She left some precious things, such as this metal marble tin, with Toosje Kupers, the girl who lived next door.
‘I think that she may have felt that she had to get rid of things that were important to her, perhaps on her parents' advice. Otherwise, other people would have taken them and that was not necessary.’
Toosje Buiteman-Kupers, 23 October 2009
She always held on to the items and donated them to the Anne Frank House in 2014.
Hand in hand with grandmother in Aachen
Gift on the occasion of Anne’s birth
Personal property of Otto Frank
Margot kept up with her studies in the Secret Annex
The hidden entrance to the Secret Annex
The story of the beans that were left behind
Photographs from her baby and toddler years
Exercising with friends
Appreciation for the helpers after the war
Anne’s last birthday present