One of the only surviving documents from the Yiddish Theatrical Museum of New York City and the only one revealing the address of its headquarters. A letter from Jacob Shtazky calling for materials for a publication to be put out by the Yiddish…
Shatzky was born in Warsaw in 1893 and received a traditional kheder education. After working temporarily as an office clerk, he studied history and philosophy at universities in Lemberg, Vienna, Berlin and Warsaw. In 1922 he received his Ph.D. from…
Letter to Yiddish writer Chaim Grade, a leading member of the Yung Vilne (Young Vilna) literary group, from B. Hariton, a friend in New York who had recently visited the city.
These notebooks are a few of the 11 notebooks of original manuscripts of Chaim Grade's wartime poetry that were discovered in 2017-2018 at the Martynas Mažvydas National Library of Lithuania of Lithuania. They are being digitized for the Edward Blank…
Invitation to Zalman Reisen to attend an informal talk on Chaim Grade's new book of poetry, "Yo" (Yes), by Itzik Manger at the Café Dorman, Vilna.