Cracked and curled with age, it was almost impossible to identify the figures in the dark, glossy photograph. One of the young women in artist smocks and french berets had to be Zora. Taken at The Buzza Greeting Card Company, where she started working when she was seventeen, it was found among the lifetime of art work piled in her basement. We pressed the photo for weeks under a pile of heavy books, then scanned it, enlarged the image, repaired it as best we could. Amid the Buzza cards and images tacked on a velvet draped wall, the two figures at work on drawing boards became more distinct. The desperate story of that time and that place began to emerge.