Continue the route to Steegoversloot 189. Stop for a moment and look down. Have you discovered the stolpersteine yet? Stolpersteine, or stumbling stones, are small, square bronze pebbles. The stones commemorate Jewish residents who were deported to concentration camps during World War II. Stolpersteine are located near the house where the victim last lived.
At Steegoversloot 189 these are * Chaim Salomon Haber * Henriette Haber - Jacobs: a Dordrecht Jewish couple. They had a fur store in a corner building on Steegoversloot, which they also proudly called "The Fur House of Trust. On Tuesday, November 10, 1942, Chaim and Henriëtte were arrested and imprisoned. Less than nine days later, Henriëtte was destroyed in Auschwitz. Her husband followed on Feb. 29, somewhere in Central Europe, after years of hard forced labor.