More times than not, Anne Frank is the singular face, doe-eyed and smiling, we use to represent the whole of the Holocaust tragedy, the one that stands in for more than 11 million faceless others. This month, however, with the opening of “ANNE FRANK: A PRIVATE PHOTO ALBUM” at the Holocaust Museum Houston, we get to see her through the eyes of her father, Otto Frank, in some seventy black and white photographs taken before the family went into hiding. Here, she’s just a girl with her big sister, Margot, on a beach. See Houston: Galleries

Stacy Hollister