You'll find a riveting collection of photographs and documents from life in the Podgórze ghetto here, from its inception in 1941 to its eventual liquidation 2 years later. During the war, the pharmacy was operated by a Pole, Tadeusz Pankiewicz, who provided medicine to Jews and helped at least some to escape. The exhibition here includes two excellent films. The first, an American documentary from the 1930s, shows typical Jewish life in Kazimierz. The second, a haunting, silent film taken by the Germans, shows the deportation process itself in 1941, as Jewish families are forced to move their belongings across the river amid hopes for a new life (but as we, the viewers, know, resulted in a certain death).