This 1947 photograph was taken at Dientje Krant's house on Wisent Street in Bussum. Pictured, front row from left: Tiny Krant, Dientje's cousin; Jacob Krant, Dientje's brother. Middle row, from left: Denny DeLeeuw, Dientje's cousin; Gabriel DeLeeuw, Dientje's cousin; Sonja Gassan, Dientje's friend; unidentified boy; Dientje Krant. Back row, from left: Kitty DeLeeuw, Dientje's cousin; Anita Gassan, Sonja's sister.
This 1945 photograph was taken in Laren right after the end of the war. It shows Dientje Krant and her cousin, Gabriel DeLeeuw. When Dientje first met Gabriel after the war, he introduced himself as Kees, and it was not until later when Dientje reunited with her parents that she learned Kees was Gabriel, her cousin.
This 1996 photograph was taken at Dientje's parents' 60th wedding anniversary, in Charleston, South Carolina. Pictured, back row, from left: Karol Kalisky (Dientje's son); Phillis Kalisky (Dientje's daughter); Roscoe Adkins (Dientje's second husband); Tanya Elzas (Dientje's niece); Jacob Elzas (Dientje's brother-in-law); Norman Delson (Dientje's son-in-law); Evaline Delson (née Kalisky, Dientje's daughter). Front row, from left: Betty Cohen (Dientje's mother's first maternal cousin); Dientje Kalisky; Evaline Krant (Dientje's mother); Phillip Krant (Dientje's father); Jacob Krant (Dientje's brother).
This May 5, 1946, photograph shows children from the neighborhood in Bussum where Dientje and her family lived. The event commemorated the first anniversary of liberation. Dientje is sitting on the beam at the far right.
This 1967 photograph shows Dientje with her grandmother, mother, and son, at her parents' house in Bussum, Holland. Pictured, from left: Dientje; Fennie Hamel, Dientje's grandmother; Karol Charles Kalisky, Dientje's son; Evaline Krant-Hamel, Dientje's mother.
This is a series of three 1950 studio photographs of Dientje Krant. The photographs were taken in Belgium, where Dientje had been sent to live with family friends for a year due to her mother being ill.