[Mendele] Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements--Yiddish as a Conversionary Language

Victor Bers victor.bers at yale.edu
Thu Apr 1 21:57:28 EDT 2010

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April 1, 2010

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Date: Mon, 15 Mar 2010 13:33:25 -0400
From: Shaul Seidler-Feller <seidlerf at yu.edu>
Subject: Yiddish as a Conversionary Language

Dear All,

I am writing a paper on the use of Yiddish as a missionary language in 
general, and specifically in the beginning of the 20th century on the 
Lower East Side of Manhattan. I am looking for both primary and secondary 
sources that could help me with this research. If you know of articles, 
archives, or other resources that could help me with this work, please let 
me know.

A sheynem dank,

Shaul Seidler-Feller
Yeshiva College, Yeshiva University
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