Yivo archives - Interviews in Amerikaner, Yiddishe Geschichte Bel-Pe, 1963-1964.

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Yivo archives - Interviews in Amerikaner, Yiddishe Geschichte Bel-Pe, 1963-1964.

Transcripts of oral history interviews conducted at the Yivo Institute for Jewish Research between 1963 and 1965.

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Wolff, Ella

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Nelson, Louis J.

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Goldman, Abraham.

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Rogoff, Hyman.

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Yivo Archives

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Gutterman, Joseph.

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Gershin, Julius.

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Lipsky, Louis, 1876-1963

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Chairman of the American Zionist Council in New York. From the description of Press release, 1952. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122392028 From the guide to the Louis Lipsky press release, 1952, (L. Tom Perry Special Collections) Louis Lipsky, noted Zionist leader, journalist and author, was born in Rochester, N.Y. in 1876 one of 11 children to Polish immigrant parents. The family came from a town called Philipova, a village near Suwalk. The Jewish com...

Belson, Abe.

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Zimmerman, Charles S., 1896-1983

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Charles S. Zimmerman (1896-1983) was a labor leader and political activist. Zimmerman was born in Russia in 1896 and emigrated to the U.S. in 1913. He worked in the New York garment industry and joined the International Ladies' Garment Workers Union (ILGWU) Local 22. Shortly thereafter, he became its secretary-manager. He was also an organizer for the Joint Board of the Dress and Waistmaker Union. Zimmerman joined the Socialist Party in 1917. Throughout the 1920s, Zimmerman was an active member ...

Rabinovitch, Benjamin.

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International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union

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Wisotsky, Isidore.

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Held, Adolph

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