a Lucy Frucht, video interview, USC Shoah Foundation Visual History Archive,
recorded 12 October 1995 (Miryam Rabner, interviewer); viewed at Brandeis University, 7 August 2019.
b Lucy Frucht, video interview, Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust
Testimonies, Yale University; recorded 18 July 1994 (Dana Kline,
interviewer); viewed at Brandeis University, 7 August 2019.
c Diedre Bonifaz, “A Haven in Whateley. The Refugees Who Came to Our Farm,”
in The Dispossessed. An Anatomy of Exile, edited by Peter I. Rose, University
of Massachusetts Press, Amherst & Boston, 2005; pp. 203-230.
d Paul Vitello, “Scholars Reconsidering Italy’s Treatment of Jews in the Nazi
Era,” New York Times, 4 November 2010; online; p. A28 in 11.05.10 print edition.
e “History of the Jews in France,” Wikipedia.
f Varian Fry, Surrender on Demand, Johnson Books, Boulder, CO, Published in
Conjunction with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 1997;
copyrighted and published in 1945; p. 98.
g Avraham Milgram, “Portugal, the Counsuls, and the Jewish Refuges, 1938-
1941,” online at Yad Vasham, The World Holocaust Remembrance Center; Yad Vashem Studies Vol. XXVII, Jerusalem 1999, pp. 123-156 (Translated by Anna Shidlo).
h Lucy Frucht, Tribute to Varian Fry, March 1991; personal communication.
i “Portuguese freighter on which K. Frucht reached the U.S.” Pictured in the
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Cynthia Jaffee
j Obituary, Dr. Hedda Kornfeld, Published in San Francisco Chronicle, July 29,
k Hedda Kornfeld, video interview, Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust
Testimonies, Yale University; recorded in October 1998; viewed at Brandeis
University, 7 August 2019.
l Jean A. Douillette, Gravestone Locator for Lakeville, Massachusette 1711-2003;
Urn and Willow Publishing, 2014.
And Crown Thy Good: Varian Fry and the Refugee Crisis, Marseille 1940-41 by Pierre Sauvage, should be finished in late 2020. (Personal communication) Filmmaker Sauvage is also the president of the Varian Fry Institute, a division of the Chambon Foundation (Los Angeles, California) which has its focus on the Holocaust and its aftermath.