[Mendele] Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements--Teachers in the Arbeter-Ring Shuln and "Yidishe Froyen-Leyenkrayzn in Detroyt"

Victor Bers victor.bers at yale.edu
Tue Nov 17 11:26:15 EST 2009

Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements

November 17, 2009

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Date: Tue, 17 Nov 2009 10:47:45 -0500
From: shevayidishlige at aol.com
Subject: Lerers un a broshur

Tayere Mendelyaner,

Tsi veyst emester vi es hobn geheysn afn ershtn nomen di lerers fun di 
yidishe shuln:

M. Revzin, gelernt muzik in di filadelfier  Arbeter-Ring-shuln in di 
1930er un 40er yorn (un ver veyst ven un vu nokh)

Khaver un Khaverte Kodlovitsh, fun di bostoner Arbeter-Ring-shuln

Tsi hot emetser di broshur, "Yidishe Froyen-Leyenkrayzn in Detroyt". Di 
broshur iz aroysgegebn gevorn fun "Dem fareyniktn konsil fun yidishe 
froyen-leyenkrayzn in Detroit", 1939. Oyb ir hot yo dem broshur, lozt mikh 
visn. Ikh volt zeyer gevolt a gute kopye fun dem bild fun di froyen funem 
konsil vos gefint zikh dortn. A sheynem dank. Sheve Tsuker

Dear Mendelyaner,

Does anybody know the first name of these teachers in the secular Yiddish 

M. Revzin, he taught music in the Workmen's Circle schools of Philadelphia 
in the 1930s and 1940s (and who knows when and where else)

Mr. and Mrs. Kadlovitsh of the Boston Workemn's Circle schools

I am looking for a copy of the Yiddish brochure "Yidishe 
Froyen-Leyenkrayzn in Detroyt" (Yiddish Women's Reading Circles in 
Detroit) published by Dem fareyniktn konsil fun yidishe froyen-leyenkrayzn 
in Detroit" (The United council of Yiddish women's reading circle in 
Detroit0 in 1939. If  you have the brocure, please be in touch. I would 
very much like a good copy of the photo of the women of the council.

Thanks so much. Sheva Zucker

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