Indianapolis Children's Museum pays tribute to Anne Frank

INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indianapolis Children's Museum paid tribute to Anne Frank, Monday.

Several samplings taken from a tree that Frank wrote about were planted at the museum.

The trees were planted next to a sculpture of Anne Frank's diary with the lines dedicated to the tree.

Holocaust survivors say it helps pass the story on for generations to come.

"To think that we have a piece of this here, living in Indianapolis, and it shows us, you know, life goes on and that good can win and survive," said Caren Vogel, survivor's family member.

A visiting actor played the part of Anne Frank's dad for the tree planting ceremony.

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