Eröffnung der Offenen Bibliothek auf dem Jüdischen Friedhof Krems am 12.12.2004:
“The Jewish cemetery in Krems has been unused since World War II. The Open Public Library in Krems is a revival project which will give a reason and an opportunity for public access to one of the few reminders that there was once a lively Jewish community in this Lower Austrian city. […] The first bookcase contains original religious material in Hebrew. The second cabinet contains introductory material on Jewish law in German and English. The third part of the collection specializes in various topics related to the Jewish philosophy of death.”
Clegg & Guttmann: Monument for historical change and other social sculptures, community portraits and spontaneous operas ; 1990—2005, Wien: Schlebrügge.Editor 2005, S. 96.
Franz Niegelhell: Nachlese zwischen Gräbern, in: DER STANDARD, 23.12.2004.