While there are many hollow faces from the Holocaust, the one with the smile is Anne Frank. She managed to live fully in the hidden rooms of an Amsterdam office building. Those teenage years resulted in one of the most powerful books in history, “Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl.” The Frank family lead quasi-normal lives during horrific times. The exhibition “Anne Frank: A Private Photo Album” features photographs by Anne’s father. Otto Frank, the only family member who survived the Holocaust, was an amateur photographer who loved to take pictures of his daughters Anne and Margot (both died in a concentration camp in 1945). The show features 71 rarely seen photographs from those family albums.