A lot of museums do not allow photography of their exhibits, so I have taken plenty of notes when I could not take photographs.
There was a statue of Dreyfus in the courtyard, and I've had to do some research to refresh my memory of Dreyfus.
The first exhibit that I saw when I went into the museum was one about Paris in 1939. They had sheets hanging from a line with pictures of passports and information (all in French) about different people. I've written their names down, because a few of them were arrested in the Vel d'Hiv roundup. I want to find out more about them.
In 2010, I was lucky enough to hear Yehuda Bauer (http://www.yadvashem.org/yv/en/about/institute/bauer.asp) speak about pedagogical strategies when teaching the Holocaust. He spoke of the resistance that took other forms than grand, large-scale movements, and it was with his inspiration in 2010 that I began my (very informal) research.
And it is with his inspiration that I continue to try to find out as much as I can about the Upstanders during dark periods in history.