By Stephanie Brickman, February 4, 2011
The archives of a Hungarian survivor who became a prominent member of the Scottish community have been donated to Edinburgh City Libraries.
Ernest Levy's substantial collection contains manuscripts, pictures, sheet music, recordings and memoirs. Efforts have begun to secure a location and digitise the archive so it can be made available to the public.
Liz McGettigan, head of Edinburgh Council's Libraries and Information Services, was a friend of Mr Levy, who died in 2009, aged 84.