[Mendele] Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements--Der Lerer Hagalili

Victor Bers victor.bers at yale.edu
Tue Oct 13 11:53:00 EDT 2009

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Oct. 13,2009

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Date: Mon, 5 Oct 2009 10:10:55 EDT
From: Shevayidishlige at aol.com
Subject: Personal notice: Der Lerer Hagalili

Tayerer Mendelyaner,
Tsi ken emetser mir zogn vi der Lerer Hagalili fun der 
ARbeter-Ring-mitlshul hot geheystn afn ershtn nomen? Er hot mistome 
gelernt dortn in di 30er, 40er un/oder 50er. Ken zayn az er hot oykh 
gelernt in andere yidishe shuln. A sheynem dank. Zayt azoy gut un entfert 
af dem adres:
sheva at leagueforyiddish.org

Dear Mendelyaner,
Can anyone tell me the first name of a teacher by the name of Hagalili who 
taught in the Workmen's Circle mitlshul, most likely in the 30s, 4os or 
50s. He may have also taught in some of the other Yiddish school systems 
as well. Thanks so much. Please respond to:Sheva at leagueforyiddish.org

Sheva Zucker
Executive Director, League for Yiddish
Editor-in-chief, Afn Shvel
League for Yiddish
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New York, NY 10038
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