[Mendele] Fwd: Mendele Personal Notices and Announcements--Call for papers: Global Yiddish Culture in 1938-1948 (April, 2015)

Victor Bers victor.bers at yale.edu
Mon Jul 7 08:43:13 EDT 2014

Mendele Personal Notices and Announcements

July 7, 2014

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 From: Gerald Marcus<*jrm467 at yahoo.com <jrm467 at yahoo.com>>*

*Date: *Thu May 8 19:46:40 2014 (Lost in backlog--der Untershames iz

*For due diligence concerning writings by the Yiddish poet Joseph Rolnik, I
would be very grateful for any information pertaining to his heirs or
family or any other copy write issues.Gerald (Shie) Marcusjrm467 at yahoo.com
<jrm467 at yahoo.com>*


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