Letters to Sala:  A Young Woman's Life in Nazi labor Camps is based on a compelling collection of rare Holocaust-era letters and photographs now in the New York Public Library Dorot Jewish Division.  From handwritten postcards to photographs to official documents, each was saved at great personal risk by Sala Garncarz from the time she entered a Nazi labor camp in 1940 until her liberation in 1945.  The collection provides a remarkable first-hand view of the human drama that unfolded among Jewish victims forced to work as slave laborers.