In Buchenwald concentration camp, prisoners put together a photo album on the order of the camp administration. The pictures present a whitewashed image of the camp, but one page has five photos of the storage building. The clothing storage room, where newcomers received their prisoner clothing, was located on the first floor above the ground floor. The personal effects storage room, where the prisoners’ own clothing and valuables were kept, was located on the floor above that. Even though the photos were meant as propaganda, they reveal how big the storage building was. The photos clearly show the long rows of sacks in which the prisoners’ clothing was kept in the personal effects storage room.