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Yiddish Periodicals from Birobidzhan 
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Item 73: Yugnt-Veker, New Series

 

 

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YIDDISH PERIODICALS

aynikayt-old.JPG (514058 bytes)1. • American Committee Of Jewish Writers, Artists and Scientists. EYNIKAYT /AYNIKAYT / AINIKAYT אייניקײט [OLD SERIES]. NRS 1 (NOV 29, 1942) & 2 (APRIL, 1943) . APPARENTLY A COMPLETE RUN. New York, Der Komitet, 1942-43. Paper Wrappers, Large 4to (Life Magazine size) , 28 pages. "Unity. " Short-lived (1942-43 only) Yiddish Communist monthly for writers, artists, and scientists, a periodical certainly read by many of those swept up in the Atom Spy witchhunts 10 years later. "Aroysgegebn fun Komitet fun Yidishe shrayber, kinstler un visnshaftler in Amerike. " Succeeded by periodical of the same name, also published in New York, in 1944. SUBJECT(S): Jewish communists -- United States -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 2 holdings worldwide (LOC & NYPL) . Issue Nr. 1 lacks rear page, front cover detached but present. Otherwise Good Condition. (Y-38) (ID #16273) $100.00.

2. • American Committee Of Jewish Writers, Artists and Scientists. . EYNIKAYT /AYNIKAYT / AINIKAYT אייניקײט [OLD SERIES]. NR. 2 (APRIL, 1943) , ONLY (OF A TOTAL OF 2 ISSUES PUBLISHED). New York, Der Komitet, 1943. Paper Wrappers, Large 4to (Life Magazine size) , 28 pages. "Unity." Short-lived (1942-43 only) Yiddish Communist monthly for writers, artists, and scientists, a periodical certainly read by many of those swept up in the Atom Spy witchhunts 10 years later. "Aroysgegebn fun Komitet fun Yidishe shrayber, kinstler un visnshaftler in Amerike. " Succeeded by periodical of the same name, also published in New York, in 1944. SUBJECT(S) : Jewish communists -- United States -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 2 holdings worldwide (LOC & NYPL) . Very Good Condition. (Y-38) (ID #16274) $50.00. 

aynikayt-new.JPG (593685 bytes)3. • American Committee Of Jewish Writers, Artists and Scientists. EYNIKAYT /AYNIKAYT / AINIKAYT
אייניקײט  [NEW SERIES] 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947 (PRESUME COMPLETE RUN) . New York, Der Komitet, 1944-47. Paper Wrappers, Folio (Road Atlas size, 35 cm) , 32 pages. "Unity." Yiddish Communist bimonthly (from May 1944-Jan 15 1945) , then monthly (Jan 15, 1945 on) for writers, artists, and scientists, a periodical certainly read by many of those swept up in the Atom Spy witchhunts 10 years later. "Aroysgegebn fun Komitet fun Yidishe shrayber, kinstler un visnshaftler in Amerike. " Preceeded by periodical of the same name, also published in New York, in 1942. We can find no record of any issues from later than 1947, so presume this to be a complete run. SUBJECT(S): Jewish communists -- United States -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 3 holdings worldwide (LOC, UCLA, Columbia) . Bound in blank paper wrappers by volume. 1944, printed on wartime pulp newsprint and somewhat fragile, has a bumped corner with a bit of text loss to some issues. Otherwise all Good+ Solid Condition. Very unusual to find a complete bound set of this war-time and immediate post-war newspaper. (Y-37) (ID #16275) $600.00.

4. • American Committee Of Jewish Writers, Artists and Scientists. EYNIKAYT /AYNIKAYT / AINIKAYT אייניקײט [NEW SERIES] 1945 (NRS. 1-10) , 1946 (1-12) , 1947 (1-10) COMPLETE FOR EACH OF THESE YEARS. New York, Der Komitet, 1946-47. Paper Wrappers, Folio (Road Atlas size, 35 cm) , 32 pages. "Unity. " Yiddish Communist bimonthly (from May 1944-Jan 15 1945) , then monthly (through 1947) for writers, artists, and scientists, a periodical certainly read by many of those swept up in the Atom Spy witchhunts 10 years later. "Aroysgegebn fun Komitet fun Yidishe shrayber, kinstler un visnshaftler in Amerike. " Preceeded by periodical of the same name, also published in New York, in 1942.SUBJECT(S) : Jewish communists -- United States -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 3 holdings worldwide (LOC, UCLA, Columbia) . Bound in blank paper wrappers. 1947 is not bound. Cover on 1945 has detached, with a bit of edgewear to the first and last pages; All printed on good paper, so condition remains Good+ Solid. Important volumes straddling the end of the war and the early post war period. (Y-37A) . Price per each volume. (ID #16276) $125.00. 

5. • American Committee Of Jewish Writers, Artists and Scientists. . EYNIKAYT /AYNIKAYT / AINIKAYT
אייניקײט [NEW SERIES] LOOSE ISSUES: 1944 (NR. 5-FRAGILE PULP PAPER WITH CHIPPING) ; 1945 (NRS. 1, 2-EDGEWEAR, 3, 6, 9) , 1946 (NRS. 2, 3, 4(GROPPER COVER) , 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12) , 1947 (NRS. 1, 2).. New York, Der Komitet, 1946-47. Paper Wrappers, Folio (Road Atlas size, 35 cm) , 32 pages. "Unity. " Yiddish Communist bimonthly (from May 1944-Jan 15 1945) , then monthly (through 1947) for writers, artists, and scientists, a periodical certainly read by many of those swept up in the Atom Spy witchhunts 10 years later. "Aroysgegebn fun Komitet fun Yidishe shrayber, kinstler un visnshaftler in Amerike. " Preceeded by periodical of the same name, also published in New York, in 1942.SUBJECT(S) : Jewish communists -- United States -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 3 holdings worldwide (LOC, UCLA, Columbia) . Bound in blank paper wrappers. Cover on 1945 has detached, with a bit of edgewear to the first and last pages; All printed on good paper, so condition remains Good+ Solid. Important volumes straddling the end of the war and the early post war period. (Y-37B) . Price per each issue. (ID #16277) $20.00. 


konvenshon.JPG (588573 bytes)6. • Arbeyter Ring. KONVENSHON BULETIN
קאןװענשאן בולעטין MAY 1931, VASHINGTON, D.C. (VOL XI, NRS. 1-7, COMPLETE) & DER BEZEM (VOL 14). Nyu York, Arbeyter ring, Stiff Boards, 4to, 8-36 pages each issue. In Yiddish. Daily printups from the Workmens Circle Annual convention, here bound together with the annual joke issue, "Der Bezem, " a kind of April Fools Day-like response to the convention. This is not a kind of post-convention wrap-up, but rather daily news for the delegates as it unfolds. Most issues include numerous cartoons, photos, etc. Important Depression-era volume. "Aroysgegebn fun der konvenshon arandzshments komite; redagirt fun F. Gelibter un L. Ratman. " Presume given only to delegates and not published and distributed further afield. We were unable to locate a single holding of this periodical (none on OCLC, none at Harvard, etc) , at least using its title in transliteration. Appears to be quite scarce. SUBJECT(S) Jews -- United States - Congresses. Workmen's Circle (U. S.) -- Congresses. Very Good Condition. (Y-4) (ID #16307) $150.00.

7. • Arbeyter Ring. KONVENSHON BULETIN
קאןװענשאן בולעטין  MAY 1939, BALTIMOR, MD. (VOL XV, NRS. 1-7, COMPLETE) & DER BEZEM (VOL 14). Nyu York, Arbeyter ring, Stiff Boards, 4to, 8-36 pages each issue. In Yiddish. Daily printups from the Workmens Circle Annual convention, here bound together with the annual joke issue, "Der Bezem, " a kind of April Fools Day-like response to the convention. This is not a kind of post-convention wrap-up, but rather daily news for the delegates as it unfolds. Most issues include numerous cartoons, photos, etc. Important Holocaust-era volume. "Aroysgegebn fun der konvenshon arandzshments komite; redagirt fun N. Konin, un K. Gebiner. " Presume given only to delegates and not published and distributed further afield. We were unable to locate a single holding of this periodical (none on OCLC, none at Harvard, etc) , at least using its title in transliteration. Appears to be quite scarce. SUBJECT(S) Jews -- United States - Congresses. Workmen's Circle (U. S.) -- Congresses. Very Good Condition. (Y-3) (ID #16306) $150.00.

8. • Arbeyter Ring. KONVENSHON BULETIN
קאןװענשאן בולעטין   MAY 1943, NYU YORK, N.Y. (VOL XVII, NR. 1, COMPLETE) & DER BEZEM (VOL 18). Nyu York, Arbeyter ring, Stiff Boards, 4to, 60, 12 pages. In Yiddish. Report from the Workmens Circle Annual convention, here bound together with the annual joke issue, "Der Bezem, " a kind of April Fools Day-like response to the convention. Important Holocaust-era volume. Includes numerous cartoons, photos, etc. "Aroysgegebn fun der konvenshon arandzshments komite; redagirt fun N. Konin, un K. Gebiner. " Presume given only to delegates and not published and distributed further afield. We were unable to locate a single holding of this periodical (none on OCLC, none at Harvard, etc) , at least using its title in transliteration. Appears to be quite scarce. SUBJECT(S) Jews -- United States - Congresses. Workmen's Circle (U. S.) -- Congresses. Very Good Condition. (Y-2) (ID #16305) $150.00.

9. • Arbeyter Ring. KONVENSHON BULETIN
קאןװענשאן בולעטין   MAY 1950, NYU YORK, N.Y. (VOL XIX, NRS. 1-5, COMPLETE) & DER BEZEM (VOL 25). Nyu York, Arbeyter ring, Stiff Boards, 4to, 8-16 pages each issue. In Yiddish; Der Bezem includes an English-language page. Daily printups from the Workmens Circle Annual convention, here bound together with the annual joke issue, "Der Bezem, " a kind of April Fools Day-like response to the convention. This is not a kind of post-convention wrap-up, but rather daily news for the delegates as it unfolds. All issues include numerous cartoons, photos, etc. Important DP-era volume. "Aroysgegebn fun der konvenshon arandzshments komite; redagirt fun N. Konin, K. Gebiner, un F. Epshtayn. " Presume given only to delegates and not published and distributed further afield. We were unable to locate a single holding of this periodical (none on OCLC, none at Harvard, etc) , at least using its title in transliteration. Appears to be quite scarce. SUBJECT(S) Jews -- United States - Congresses. Workmen's Circle (U. S.) -- Congresses. Very Good Condition. (Y-1) (ID #16304) $150.00.

hemshekh.jpg (483885 bytes)10. • B. Demblin, Berish Vaynshteyn, & Moysheh Shtarkman, editors. HEMSHEKH. ZAMLBUKH.
חמשך זאמלבוך. VOL. 3 (1942) & 4 (1943) . Nyu York: Linguist Pub. Co. , 1943. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 247, 195 pages. The final 2 volumes in an annual which ran from 1939 until 1943. 25 cm. In Yiddish. SUBJECT (S): Yiddish literature -- Bio-bibliography. OCLC lists 11 holdings worldwide. Institutional stamp, wear & chips to wrappers, Good Condition. Other volumes available, please ask. (Y-30) Price is per volume (ID #16281) $50.00.

 


bikhervelt.JPG (493861 bytes)11. • BIKHER VELT.
ביכער װעלטVol I, Nos 1-6, 1922 (complete this volume). Varshe: Kultur-Lige, 1922. Cloth, 4to. Bimonthly. In Yiddish. This periodical survived 5 volumes: I (1922), II (1923) III (1924-1 issue only), 1928, & 1929. SUBJECT(S): Yiddish literature -- History and criticism -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 12 holdings worldwide. Bound in modern boards, ex-library with usual markings, paper browning, but much better than usually found. (ID #15171) $200.00.

12. • BIKHER VELT.
ביכער װעלט Vol II, Nos 1-6, 1923 (complete this volume). Varshe: Kultur-Lige, 1923. Paper Wrappers, 4to. Bimonthly. In Yiddish. This periodical survived 5 volumes: I (1922), II (1923) III (1924-1 issue only), 1928, & 1929. OCLC lists 12 holdings worldwide. SUBJECT(S): Yiddish literature -- History and criticism -- Periodicals. Paper browing and chipping as usually found, no text loss, fair condition but complete. (ID #15172) $125.00.

13. • BIKHER VELT.
ביכער װעלט 1928, Nos 1-9, (complete this volume). Varshe: Kultur-Lige, 1928. Paper Wrappers, 12mo. Semimonthly. In Yiddish. This periodical survived 5 volumes: I (1922), II (1923) III (1924-1 issue only), 1928, & 1929. SUBJECT(S): Yiddish literature -- History and criticism -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 12 holdings worldwide. Paper starting to brown, but better than usually found. Good Condition (ID #15173) $150.00.

14. • BIKHER VELT.
ביכער װעלט 1929, Nos 1-7, (lacking only Nr. 8 for this volume). Varshe: Kultur-Lige, 1929. Paper Wrappers, 12mo. Semimonthly. In Yiddish. Lacking only the journal's scarce final issue. This periodical survived 5 volumes: I (1922), II (1923) III (1924-1 issue only), 1928, & 1929. SUBJECT(S): Yiddish literature -- History and criticism -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 12 holdings worldwide. Paper starting to brown, but better than usually found. Good Condition (ID #15174) $125.00.

15. • BIKHER VELT. ביכער װעלט Loose Issue: 1928, Nr. 1. Varshe: Kultur-Lige, 1928. Paper Wrappers, 12mo. Semimonthly. In Yiddish. This periodical survived 5 volumes: I (1922), II (1923) III (1924-1 issue only), 1928, & 1929. SUBJECT(S): Yiddish literature -- History and criticism -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 12 holdings worldwide. Paper starting to brown, but better than usually found. Good Condition (ID #15175) $25.00. 

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BIKHER VELT. ביכער װעלט Loose Issue: 1928, Nr. 2. Varshe: Kultur-Lige, 1928. Paper Wrappers, 12mo. Semimonthly. In Yiddish. This periodical survived 5 volumes: I (1922), II (1923) III (1924-1 issue only), 1928, & 1929. SUBJECT(S): Yiddish literature -- History and criticism -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 12 holdings worldwide. Paper starting to brown, but better than usually found. Good Condition (ID #15176) $25.00. 

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BIKHER VELT. ביכער װעלט Loose Issue: 1928, Nr. 3. Varshe: Kultur-Lige, 1928. Paper Wrappers, 12mo. Semimonthly. In Yiddish. This periodical survived 5 volumes: I (1922), II (1923) III (1924-1 issue only), 1928, & 1929. SUBJECT(S): Yiddish literature -- History and criticism -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 12 holdings worldwide. Paper starting to brown, but better than usually found. Good Condition (ID #15177) $25.00. 

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BIKHER VELT. ביכער װעלט Loose Issue: 1928, Nr. 4. Varshe: Kultur-Lige, 1928. Paper Wrappers, 12mo. Semimonthly. In Yiddish. This periodical survived 5 volumes: I (1922), II (1923) III (1924-1 issue only), 1928, & 1929. SUBJECT(S): Yiddish literature -- History and criticism -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 12 holdings worldwide. Paper starting to brown, but better than usually found. Good Condition (ID #15178) $25.00. 

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BIKHER VELT. ביכער װעלט Loose Issue: 1928, Nr. 5. Varshe: Kultur-Lige, 1928. Paper Wrappers, 12mo. Semimonthly. In Yiddish. This periodical survived 5 volumes: I (1922), II (1923) III (1924-1 issue only), 1928, & 1929. SUBJECT(S): Yiddish literature -- History and criticism -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 12 holdings worldwide. Paper starting to brown, but better than usually found. Good Condition (ID #15179) $25.00. 

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BIKHER VELT. ביכער װעלט Loose Issue: 1928, Nr. 6. Varshe: Kultur-Lige, 1928. Paper Wrappers, 12mo. Semimonthly. In Yiddish. This periodical survived 5 volumes: I (1922), II (1923) III (1924-1 issue only), 1928, & 1929. SUBJECT(S): Yiddish literature -- History and criticism -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 12 holdings worldwide. Paper starting to brown, but better than usually found. Good Condition (ID #15180) $25.00. 

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BIKHER VELT. ביכער װעלט Loose Issue: 1929, Nr. 1. Varshe: Kultur-Lige, 1929. Paper Wrappers, 12mo. Semimonthly. In Yiddish. This periodical survived 5 volumes: I (1922), II (1923) III (1924-1 issue only), 1928, & 1929. SUBJECT(S): Yiddish literature -- History and criticism -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 12 holdings worldwide. Paper starting to brown, but better than usually found. Good Condition (ID #15181) $25.00. 

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BIKHER VELT. ביכער װעלט Loose Issue: 1929, Nr. 2. Varshe: Kultur-Lige, 1929. Paper Wrappers, 12mo. Semimonthly. In Yiddish. This periodical survived 5 volumes: I (1922), II (1923) III (1924-1 issue only), 1928, & 1929. SUBJECT(S): Yiddish literature -- History and criticism -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 12 holdings worldwide. Paper starting to brown, but better than usually found. Good Condition (ID #15182) $25.00. 

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BIKHER VELT. ביכער װעלט Loose Issue: 1929, Nr. 3. Varshe: Kultur-Lige, 1929. Paper Wrappers, 12mo. Semimonthly. In Yiddish. This periodical survived 5 volumes: I (1922), II (1923) III (1924-1 issue only), 1928, & 1929. SUBJECT(S): Yiddish literature -- History and criticism -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 12 holdings worldwide. Paper starting to brown, but better than usually found. Good Condition (ID #15183) $25.00. 

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BIKHER VELT. ביכער װעלט Loose Issue: 1929, Nr. 4. Varshe: Kultur-Lige, 1929. Paper Wrappers, 12mo. Semimonthly. In Yiddish. This periodical survived 5 volumes: I (1922), II (1923) III (1924-1 issue only), 1928, & 1929. SUBJECT(S): Yiddish literature -- History and criticism -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 12 holdings worldwide. Paper starting to brown, but better than usually found. Good Condition (ID #15184) $25.00. 

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BIKHER VELT. ביכער װעלט Loose Issue: 1929, Nr. 6/7. Varshe: Kultur-Lige, 1929. Paper Wrappers, 12mo. Semimonthly. In Yiddish. This periodical survived 5 volumes: I (1922), II (1923) III (1924-1 issue only), 1928, & 1929. SUBJECT(S): Yiddish literature -- History and criticism -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 12 holdings worldwide. Paper starting to brown, but better than usually found. Good Condition (ID #15185) $25.00. 

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. • BIROBIDZHANER SHTERN [BIREBIDZHANER SHTERN]. 21 ISSUES FROM 1974: NRS. [FEB] 34, [MAY] 90, 45, [JUNE] 111, 112, 115, 117, 118, 120, 121, 122, 126, [SEPT] 184, 185, 191, 192, 193, [OCT] 197, 198, 209, 211,. Birobidzhan-Shtot [USSR], The Committee, 1974. Newspaper, Elephant Folio, 4 pages each issue. "Organ fonem Gegntlekhn Komitet fun der Komunistisher Partay fun Sovetntnforbond un fonem Gegentlekhn Sovet fun Deputatn fun di Arbetndike fun der Yidisher Avtonomer Gegnt. " Yiddish daily established in 1930 in the Jewish Autonomous region of the USSR. "Stalin's suppression of Yiddish culture in 1948-1952, however, stopped the production of Yiddish periodical literature [in the USSR] except in the Jewish Autonomous Region (Birobidzhan) , where the newspaper Birobidzhaner shtern (Birobidzhan Star) , which had begun publication in 1930, was able to continue" (Yivo, "Yiddish Newspapers and Periodicals, N. D.) . No Copies listed on OCLC, and only 1 holding (Columbia) with microfilm (Y-35) (ID #16279) $250.00.

27. • Cahan, L., editor. PINKES [PINKOS] FERTLIORIKER ZSHURNAL FAR YIDISHER LITERATURGESHIKHTE, SHPRAKHFORSHUNG, FOLKLOR UN BIBLIOGRAFIE. Vol. 1, Nr. 1-2, (yuli-detsember 1927). New York: Yiddish Scientific Institute [YIVO], American Branch [Yidisher visnshaftlekher institut.; Amerikaner sektsie], 1927. Modern Cloth, Large 8vo, 176 pages. In Yiddish. This periodical survived only 2 volumes, ending with vol. 2, Nr. 1 in 1929. This is thus a complete set. A quarterly devoted to the study of Yiddish literature, language, folklore and bibliography. SUBJECT(S): Yiddish philology -- Periodicals. Yiddish language -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 20 holdings worldwide. Not in Shunami. Very Good Condition. (ID #15297) $30.00.

28. • Central Jewish Library and Press Archives. BULETIN. NR. 2, FEB. 1939. Nyu York: Tsentrale Yidishe Bibliotek un Prese Arkhiv, 1939. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 8 pages. In Yiddish. Apparently a total of 3 issues were published, all in 1939. Subject: Jews -- United States -- Periodicals. Jewish libraries -- New York (State) -- New York -- Periodicals. Yiddish literature -- Bibliography -- . Very Good Condition. (CT-12) (ID #15056) $50.00.

29. • Costrell, H. I. ; editor. FUNKEN. VOL II, NRS. 1-12 (COMPLETE) . 1933-34. Nyu York: Aroysgegebn fun Natsyonaln komitet fun di Idishe arb. Klubn, 1933-34. Cloth, Small 4to, 32 pages each issue. 24-27 cm. Monthly. In Yiddish. Communist magazine which ran from October 1933-Feb 1936 (Vol IV, Nr. 2) . Much scarcer than the more common "Der Hammer. " 6 issues have illustrated covers (2 by Gropper) , some other illustrations as well. Title also in English and in Yiddish in Roman characters: Sparks, Funken. Published by the National Executive Committee of the Jewish Workers Clubs of America. OCLC lists only 1 set worldwide (NYPL) . SUBJECT(S): Jews -- United States -- Employment -- Periodicals. Socialism -- United States -- Periodicals. Socialism and culture -- United States -- Periodicals. Workers' theater -- United States -- Periodicals. (Y-1-13) (ID #16299) $200.00.

30. • DER AVANGARD. VOL III, NR. 1 (JAN 1910) . Buenos Aires: Organización Socialista Obrera Israelita "Avangard", 1910. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 30 pages. Bundist monthly/bi-weekly, affiliated with the Socialist Party. Subject : Jews -- Argentina -- Periodicals. Jewish socialists -- Argentina -- Periodicals. From the Spanish cover: "'El Avangard' Revista Mensual. Organo de la Organizacion Social-Democratica de los Obreros Israelitas en la Rep. Argentina 'Avangard. '" None from any year listed on OCLC. Wear to wrappers, last leaf and rear cover present in facsimile only. Very Scarce. (y-15) (ID #16322) $50.00. 

31. • DER BAGINEN. TSAYTSHRIFT FUN DI YIDISHE PLITIM IN DER SHVAYTS. Issues # 2 & 3. March 1945 & May 1945. Zurich, Bonshtetn/ Bonstetten, 1945. 1st Edition. Paper Wrappers, 4to, 16 pages. Fascinating Yiddish refugee-newspaper published in Switzerland. Price per issue. (Y-32) Light wear, much better than expected, Very Good Condition. (ID #5848) $40.00.

nayegayst.jpg (768184 bytes)32. • DER NAYER GAYST: MONATSHRIFT FIR [sic] VISENSHAFT, LITERATUR UN KUNST.
דער נײער גײסט: מאנאטשריפט פיר װיסענשאפט, ליטעראטור און קונסט. Vol I, Nrs. 1-10 (Oct. 1897-July 1898). Complete run but for the missing final issue, Nr. 11, of Aug. 1898. Nyu York [New York]: Z. Kantorovits, 1897-1898. Cloth, 4to, 613 pages. "The New spirit. " Shortlived Yiddish monthly which survived 11 issues, from Oct. 1897 to Aug. 1898. SUBJECT (S): Jews -- Intellectual life -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 7 holdings worldwide. Lacks backstrip (spine covering) , wear to boards, last page loose but present; some staining & few tears, otherwise paper & binding remain good and solid. (Y-40) (ID #16272) $350.00.

yidishevelt.jpg (769154 bytes)33. • DI YIDISHE VELT.
די אידאישע װעלט. /THE JEWISH WORLD. ZSHURNAL FAR LITERATUR UN KULTUR-ENINIS. VOL II, NRS. 4, 5, & 6 (1935: JAN, MARCH, APRIL) , COMPLETE THIS VOLUME. Vancouver, BC, No Publisher, 1935. Paper Wrappers, Large 4to (Life Magazine size) , 10-20 pages per issue. In Yiddish; one issue includes in English, "A Plea for Yiddish. " The editors declare this to be "The only Yiddish magazine in Canada and on the Pacific Northwest. " The only reference we could find to this periodical ANYWHERE was in an online article on Yiddish life in Canada, in which Faith Jones notes that "The Vancouver literary journal Di Idishe Velt appeared a total of six times, four times in 1928 and twice in 1935 [corrected: 3 in 1928 & 3 in 1935], a publication gap which may be unique between single issues of a purportedly monthly publication. " OCLC lists no holdings worldwide, nor could we find listings at Harvard, YIVO, Union Catalog of Canada, Singerman's "Yiddish Serials of the world" (secondary bibliography) etc. After speaking with a scholar who has studied Canadian Yiddish history, it was determined that there are a few incomplete sets in British Colombian archives, BUT TO THEIR KNOWLEDGE, NOWHERE ELSE. Very Scarce. Nr 4 has split and detached covers (present) , otherwise Very Good Condition, inside and out. (Y-43) (ID #16268) $600.00.

34. • DOS FRAYE VORT / FREIE WORT [LONDON]. NRS. 2,3,5-8, 10-12, 15,18,19,31, 32, 43, 46-65. London: No Publisher, 1933-1935. Newspapers, Small Folio. Weekly (irregular) Yiddish worker's newspaper, which ran 65 issues from 15th Sept. 1933 to 26th July 1935. 36 cm. SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 3 holdings worldwide (LOC, Indiana U, NYPL) . As good heavy paper was used, these are unbrowned and, aside from some very light use wear, are in Very Good Condition. A beautiful set of 33 issues. (Y-25) (ID #16292) $500.00.

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• DOS FRAYE VORT / FREIE WORT [LONDON]. Loose Issues. NRS. 48-49, 51, 55, 59, 63, 65.. London : No Publisher, 1933-1935. Newspapers, Small Folio. Weekly (irregular) Yiddish worker's newspaper, which ran 65 issues from 15th Sept. 1933 to 26th July 1935. 36 cm. SUBJECT(S) : Jews -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 3 holdings worldwide (LOC, Indiana U, NYPL) . As good heavy paper was used, these are unbrowned and, aside from some very light use wear, are in Very Good Condition. (Y-25) Price is per issue (ID #16293) $20.00. 

36
. • DOS FRAYE VORT [BERLIN]. VOL I, NRS. 2-5. NEARLY COMPLETE, LACKING ONLY THE 1ST ISSUE. Berlin: Farlag "Yalkut", 1923. Irregularly issued weekly/bi-weekly Yiddish Socialist magazine from Berlin, which exited only from its maiden issue of March 20, 1923 until the final 5th issue of August 1 of the same year. SUBJECT (S): Jewish socialists -- Periodicals. OCLC lists only 2 holdings (LOC & Indiana U) . Labor Library stamps & old dampstains to margins, covers split with edgewear, otherwise Good Condition. (Y-26) (ID #16294) $200.00.

37. • DOS FRAYE VORT [BERLIN]. LOOSE ISSUES: VOL I, NR. 3 (MAY 15, 1923) , NR. 4 (JUNE 20, 1923) & NR. 5 (AUG 1, 1923, FINAL ISSUE). Berlin : Farlag "Yalkut", 1923. Irregularly issued weekly/bi-weekly Yiddish Socialist magazine from Berlin, which exited only from its maiden issue of March 20, 1923 until the final 5th issue of August 1 of the same year. SUBJECT (S) : Jewish socialists -- Periodicals. OCLC lists only 2 holdings (LOC & Indiana U) . Some lack rear cover, all have Labor Library stamp, old dampstain to margins, otherwise Good Condition. Price per issue. (Y-26B) (ID #16295) $30.00. 

faktn.jpg (770468 bytes)38. • FAKTN UN MEYNUNGEN
פֿאַקטן און מײנונגען: KHOYDESH-BULETIN FUN FORSHUNG-INSTITUT BAM YIDISHN ARBETER-KOMITET. NRS. 38-159. Nyu York: Forshung-Instiut baym Yidishn Arbeyer-komitet, 1945-1954. Cloth or paper, 4to, 12 pages per issue. Glossy paper monthly. "Facts and Opinions. " Published by the research committee of the Jewish Labor Committee. We located only 1 holding of this periodical (Harvard-partial run) , and none others on OCLC. OCLC does list a later (1971 on) periodical of a similar name, with one holding worldwide (NYPL) . SUBJECT(S): Jewish labor unions -- Periodicals. Labor movement -- United States -- Periodicals. Jews -- New York (State) -- New York -- Periodicals. Very Good Condition. (Y-5) (ID #16308) $750.00.

39. • FAKTN UN MEYNUNGEN פֿאַקטן און מײנונגען: KHOYDESH-BULETIN FUN FORSHUNG-INSTITUT BAM YIDISHN ARBETER-KOMITET. Complete Bound Annuals. . Vols: 1945 (Nrs. 1-12, Running Nrs. 38-49); 1946 (Nrs. 1-12, Running Nrs. 50-61, not bound); 1947 (Nrs. 1-12, Running Nrs. 62-73), 1948 (Nrs. 1-12, Running Nrs. 74-85); 1951 (Nrs. 1-12, Running Nrs. 109-120); 1952 (Nrs. 1-12, Running Nrs. 121-132); 1953 (Nrs. 1-12, Running Nrs. 133-144); Nyu York : Forshung-Instiut baym Yidishn Arbeyer-komitet, 1947. Cloth, 4to, 12 pages per issue. Monthly. "Facts and Opinions. " Published by the research committee of the Jewish Labor Committee. Postwar period volume. We located only 1 holding of this periodical (Harvard-partial run) , and none others on OCLC. OCLC does list a later (1971 on) periodical of a similar name, with one holding worldwide (NYPL) . SUBJECT(S) : Jewish labor unions -- Periodicals. Labor movement -- United States -- Periodicals. Jews -- New York (State) -- New York -- Periodicals. Very Good Condition. (Y-5B) Price per annual. (ID #16310) $100.00. 

40. •
FAKTN UN MEYNUNGEN פֿאַקטן און מײנונגען: KHOYDESH-BULETIN FUN FORSHUNG-INSTITUT BAM YIDISHN ARBETER-KOMITET. Loose Issues. NRS. 109-120. Nyu York : Forshung-Instiut baym Yidishn Arbeyer-komitet, 1947-1952. Glossy Paper wrappers, 4to, 12 pages per issue. Monthly. "Facts and Opinions. " Published by the research committee of the Jewish Labor Committee. We located only 1 holding of this periodical (Harvard-partial run) , and none others on OCLC. OCLC does list a later (1971 on) periodical of a similar name, with one holding worldwide (NYPL) . SUBJECT(S) : Jewish labor unions -- Periodicals. Labor movement -- United States -- Periodicals. Jews -- New York (State) -- New York -- Periodicals. Very Good Condition. Price is per issue(Y-5A) (ID #16309) $20.00. 


fortshrit.JPG (885534 bytes)41. • FORTSHRIT [FORTSCHRITT]
פאָרטשריט ORGAN FUN DI AMALGAMEYTED KLODHING VOYRKERS OV AMERIKE. VOLUME IV (COMPLETE) , 1918-19. New York, Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, 1919. 1st Edition. Cloth, Folio (Large), ca 600 pages. Bound volume of the ACWA's Yiddish weekly. (Its English language counterpart was called ADVANCE) The Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America originated as a heavily Jewish & Italian union out of the successful 1910 strike against Hart, Schaffner & Marx in Chicago, aided by middle class progressives like Jane Addams and the Women's Trade Union League. "Among it's founding cadre, " note Buhle, Buhle & Georgakas (Encyclopedia of the American Left, pp. 16-18) , "nearly every variety of left-wing politics was represented: Lithuanian revolutionary nationalism, Bohemian free-thought, Italian syndicalism, the revolutionary unionism of the IWW, Jewish and Italian anarchism, the orthodox socialism of the American Socialist Party...and the tactically bolder socialism of the Jewish Bund. " This political rainbow is clearly evident in the pages of the FORTSCHRITT. Subjects: Jewish labor unions -- United States -- Periodicals. Yiddish newspapers -- United States -- Periodicals. Labor movement -- New York -- Periodicals. OCLC lists only two holdings (US Dept of Labor & NYPL). Paper very brown as expected, overall Good+ Condition. Paper browning, not fragile, binding very solid. Very Good Condition. (ID #16184) $150.00.

42. • FORTSHRIT [FORTSCHRITT]
פאָרטשריט ORGAN FUN DI AMALGAMEYTED KLODHING VOYRKERS OV AMERIKE. VOLUME VI (COMPLETE) , 1920-21. New York, Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, 1920. 1st Edition. Cloth, Folio (Large), ca 600 pages. Bound volume of the ACWA's Yiddish weekly. (Its English language counterpart was called ADVANCE) The Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America originated as a heavily Jewish & Italian union out of the successful 1910 strike against Hart, Schaffner & Marx in Chicago, aided by middle class progressives like Jane Addams and the Women's Trade Union League. "Among it's founding cadre, " note Buhle, Buhle & Georgakas (Encyclopedia of the American Left, pp. 16-18) , "nearly every variety of left-wing politics was represented: Lithuanian revolutionary nationalism, Bohemian free-thought, Italian syndicalism, the revolutionary unionism of the IWW, Jewish and Italian anarchism, the orthodox socialism of the American Socialist Party...and the tactically bolder socialism of the Jewish Bund. " This political rainbow is clearly evident in the pages of the FORTSCHRITT. Subjects: Jewish labor unions -- United States -- Periodicals. Yiddish newspapers -- United States -- Periodicals. Labor movement -- New York -- Periodicals. OCLC lists only two holdings (US Dept of Labor & NYPL). Paper very brown as expected, overall Good+ Condition. Paper browning, not fragile, binding very solid. Very Good Condition. (ID #16183) $140.00.

43. • FORTSHRIT [FORTSCHRITT]
פאָרטשריט ORGAN FUN DI AMALGAMEYTED KLODHING VOYRKERS OV AMERIKE. VOLUME VII (COMPLETE) , 1921-1922. New York, Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, 1921. 1st Edition. Cloth, Folio (Large), ca 600 pages. Bound volume of the ACWA's Yiddish weekly. (Its English language counterpart was called ADVANCE) The Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America originated as a heavily Jewish & Italian union out of the successful 1910 strike against Hart, Schaffner & Marx in Chicago, aided by middle class progressives like Jane Addams and the Women's Trade Union League. "Among it's founding cadre, " note Buhle, Buhle & Georgakas (Encyclopedia of the American Left, pp. 16-18) , "nearly every variety of left-wing politics was represented: Lithuanian revolutionary nationalism, Bohemian free-thought, Italian syndicalism, the revolutionary unionism of the IWW, Jewish and Italian anarchism, the orthodox socialism of the American Socialist Party...and the tactically bolder socialism of the Jewish Bund. " This political rainbow is clearly evident in the pages of the FORTSCHRITT. Subjects: Jewish labor unions -- United States -- Periodicals. Yiddish newspapers -- United States -- Periodicals. Labor movement -- New York -- Periodicals. OCLC lists only two holdings (US Dept of Labor & NYPL). Paper very brown as expected, 1 corner bumped with damage to margin, no text loss, otherwise Good Condition. Paper browning, not fragile, binding very solid. Very Good Condition. (ID #16188) $140.00.

44. • FORTSHRIT [FORTSCHRITT]
פאָרטשריט ORGAN FUN DI AMALGAMEYTED KLODHING VOYRKERS OV AMERIKE. VOLUME VIII (COMPLETE) , 1922-23. New York, Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, 1923. 1st Edition. Cloth, Folio (Large), ca 600 pages. Bound volume of the ACWA's Yiddish weekly. (Its English language counterpart was called ADVANCE) The Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America originated as a heavily Jewish & Italian union out of the successful 1910 strike against Hart, Schaffner & Marx in Chicago, aided by middle class progressives like Jane Addams and the Women's Trade Union League. "Among it's founding cadre, " note Buhle, Buhle & Georgakas (Encyclopedia of the American Left, pp. 16-18) , "nearly every variety of left-wing politics was represented: Lithuanian revolutionary nationalism, Bohemian free-thought, Italian syndicalism, the revolutionary unionism of the IWW, Jewish and Italian anarchism, the orthodox socialism of the American Socialist Party...and the tactically bolder socialism of the Jewish Bund. " This political rainbow is clearly evident in the pages of the FORTSCHRITT. Subjects: Jewish labor unions -- United States -- Periodicals. Yiddish newspapers -- United States -- Periodicals. Labor movement -- New York -- Periodicals. OCLC lists only two holdings (US Dept of Labor & NYPL). Paper very brown as expected, Edgewear to outer margins of first 3 pages, no text loss, overall Good Condition. Paper browning, not fragile, binding very solid. Very Good Condition. (ID #16182) $140.00.

45. • FORTSHRIT [FORTSCHRITT]
פאָרטשריט ORGAN FUN DI AMALGAMEYTED KLODHING VOYRKERS OV AMERIKE. VOLUME X (COMPLETE) , 1924-1925. New York, Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, 1925. 1st Edition. Cloth, Folio (Large), ca 600 pages. Bound volume of the ACWA's Yiddish weekly. (Its English language counterpart was called ADVANCE) The Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America originated as a heavily Jewish & Italian union out of the successful 1910 strike against Hart, Schaffner & Marx in Chicago, aided by middle class progressives like Jane Addams and the Women's Trade Union League. "Among it's founding cadre, " note Buhle, Buhle & Georgakas (Encyclopedia of the American Left, pp. 16-18) , "nearly every variety of left-wing politics was represented: Lithuanian revolutionary nationalism, Bohemian free-thought, Italian syndicalism, the revolutionary unionism of the IWW, Jewish and Italian anarchism, the orthodox socialism of the American Socialist Party...and the tactically bolder socialism of the Jewish Bund. " This political rainbow is clearly evident in the pages of the FORTSCHRITT. Subjects: Jewish labor unions -- United States -- Periodicals. Yiddish newspapers -- United States -- Periodicals. Labor movement -- New York -- Periodicals. OCLC lists only two holdings (US Dept of Labor & NYPL). Paper very brown as expected, otherwise Good+ Condition. Paper browning, not fragile, binding very solid. Very Good Condition. (ID #16187) $140.00.

46. • FORTSHRIT [FORTSCHRITT]
פאָרטשריט ORGAN FUN DI AMALGAMEYTED KLODHING VOYRKERS OV AMERIKE. VOLUME XI (COMPLETE) , 1925-1926. New York, Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, 1926. 1st Edition. Cloth, Folio (Large), ca 400 pages. Bound volume of the ACWA's Yiddish weekly. (Its English language counterpart was called ADVANCE) The Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America originated as a heavily Jewish & Italian union out of the successful 1910 strike against Hart, Schaffner & Marx in Chicago, aided by middle class progressives like Jane Addams and the Women's Trade Union League. "Among it's founding cadre, " note Buhle, Buhle & Georgakas (Encyclopedia of the American Left, pp. 16-18) , "nearly every variety of left-wing politics was represented: Lithuanian revolutionary nationalism, Bohemian free-thought, Italian syndicalism, the revolutionary unionism of the IWW, Jewish and Italian anarchism, the orthodox socialism of the American Socialist Party...and the tactically bolder socialism of the Jewish Bund. " This political rainbow is clearly evident in the pages of the FORTSCHRITT. Subjects: Jewish labor unions -- United States -- Periodicals. Yiddish newspapers -- United States -- Periodicals. Labor movement -- New York -- Periodicals. OCLC lists only two holdings (US Dept of Labor & NYPL). Paper very brown as expected, a few leaves loose with a touch of text loss, otherwise Good Condition. Paper browning, not fragile, binding very solid. Very Good Condition. (ID #16186) $125.00.

47. • FORTSHRIT [FORTSCHRITT]
פאָרטשריט ORGAN FUN DI AMALGAMEYTED KLODHING VOYRKERS OV AMERIKE. VOLUME XII (COMPLETE) , 1926. New York, Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, 1926. 1st Edition. Cloth, Folio (Large), ca 400 pages. Bound volume of the ACWA's Yiddish weekly. (Its English language counterpart was called ADVANCE) The Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America originated as a heavily Jewish & Italian union out of the successful 1910 strike against Hart, Schaffner & Marx in Chicago, aided by middle class progressives like Jane Addams and the Women's Trade Union League. "Among it's founding cadre, " note Buhle, Buhle & Georgakas (Encyclopedia of the American Left, pp. 16-18) , "nearly every variety of left-wing politics was represented: Lithuanian revolutionary nationalism, Bohemian free-thought, Italian syndicalism, the revolutionary unionism of the IWW, Jewish and Italian anarchism, the orthodox socialism of the American Socialist Party...and the tactically bolder socialism of the Jewish Bund. " This political rainbow is clearly evident in the pages of the FORTSCHRITT. Subjects: Jewish labor unions -- United States -- Periodicals. Yiddish newspapers -- United States -- Periodicals. Labor movement -- New York -- Periodicals. OCLC lists only two holdings (US Dept of Labor & NYPL). Paper very brown as expected, lacks half of one leaf with other half laid in, otherwise Good Condition. Paper browning, not fragile, binding very solid. Very Good Condition. (ID #16185) $125.00.

fas1929.jpg (662222 bytes)48. • FREIE ARBEITER SHTIMME/FRAYE ARBAYTER SHTIME.
פרײע אַרבעטער שטימע YUBILAY ZAML-BUKH. 1899-1929. New York, Freie Arbeiter Stimme, 1929. 1st Edition. Paper Wrappers, Folio (Large), 96 pages. 20th Anniversary Jubilee Anthology of the most famous Anarchist Yiddish weekly. "The outstanding anarchist publication in the Yiddish language and the most popular anarchist publication of any kind in America, the FAS long served as central mechanism for anarchist ethics and aesthetics within the Jewish immigrant world... The FAS, its pages studded with DI YUNGE, young rebellious poets of the ghetto, reached a circulation of 30, 000 amid the last major Jewish dispora. " (Paul Buhle, 1992) Includes much on the labor movment, Domestic and international politics, including the rise of fascism in Europe, Nazism, Antisemitsm, etc. Important primary source for material on pre-war Jewish anarchism. Light wear, Good Condition. (Y-46) (ID #16265) $150.00.

fas.jpg (675545 bytes)49. • FRAYE ARBAYTER SHTIME / FREIE ARBEITER SHTIME.
פרײע אַרבעטער שטימע VOL. 69 (1959), Nrs. 1-24, lacking Nrs. 2 & 16, otherwise Complete. New York, Freie Arbeiter Stimme, 1959. 1st Edition. Unbound, Folio (Large), Over 200 pages. Complete annual of the most famous Anarchist Yiddish newspaper, here monthly, from the post War period. Includes much on the labor movment, Domestic and international politics, Civil rights, Hungary, Israel, Jewish Anarchist history, etc. Important primary source for material on Jewish Anarchism. (Y-34) Pages brownin with some flaking, just a bit of text affected here and there. Otherwise Good Condition. (ID #16192) $75.00.

50. • FRAYE ARBAYTER SHTIME / FREIE ARBEITER SHTIME.
פרײע אַרבעטער שטימע SHTIMME. VOL. 80 (1970), Nrs. 1-12 COMPLETE & UNBOUND. New York, Freie Arbeiter Stimme, 1970. 1st Edition. Unbound, Folio (Large), Over 100 pages. Complete annual of the most famous Anarchist Yiddish newspaper, here monthly, from the the immediate post-1968 period. Includes much on the labor movment, Domestic and international politics, including the antiwar movement, Civil rights, the Prague spring, etc. Important primary source for material on 1960s Jewish Anarchism. (Y-33) Pages brown but sturdy. Very Good Condition. (ID #16190) $75.00.

51. • FRAYE ARBAYTER SHTIME / FREIE ARBEITER SHTIME.
פרײע אַרבעטער שטימע VOL. 81 (1971), Nrs. 1-12 COMPLETE & UNBOUND. New York, Freie Arbeiter Stimme, 1971. 1st Edition. Unbound, Folio (Large), Over 100 pages. Complete annual of the most famous Anarchist Yiddish newspaper, here monthly, from the Viet Nam War period. Includes much on the labor movment, Domestic and international politics, including the antiwar movement, Civil rights, Jewish Anarchist history, etc. Important primary source for material on Jewish Anarchism. (Y-33) Pages brown but sturdy. Very Good Condition. (ID #16191) $75.00.


foroys.JPG (415888 bytes)52. • Gezelshaft Far Kultur Un Hilf (Mexico). FOROYS
פאַרויס: ORGAN FUN DER GEZELSHAFT FAR KULTUR UN HILF. BROKEN RUN OF 208 ISSUES. Nrs. 61, 65, 68 (Jan 1948) , 69, 73, 74, 75, 78, 79, 86, 88, 89, 92, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 101, 103, 104, 105, 106, 108/109-112, 114-116, 118, 120-121, 126-128, 130, 132-134, 136, 137, 138, 140-141, 143-144, 145, 146, 148, 149, 150, 161, 163(Jan 1, 1952), 164, 165-167, 170, 172, 175, 176-178, 179, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185 (Jan 1, 1953) , 187, 188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 193, 194, 195, 196, 197, 198, 199, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 205 (Jan 1, 1954) , 206, 207, 208, 209, 211, 213, 214, 215-220, 221, 222, 223(Jan 1955) -257/258 (Nov-Dec. 1957) , 267, 271(Jan 1959) , 274, 284 (Jan 1960) , 286, 308(Jan 1962) , 326 (lacks rear cover) , 343 (Jan 1965) , 344-346, 348, 350-352, 354, 358, 361, 362 (Jan 1967) , 365, 370 (special glossy issue, 70th birthday of the Bund) 371(Jan 1968) , 373, 376-378, 379 (Jan 1969) , 394(Jan 1971) , 398, 401 (Jan 1972) , 405, 407(75th Anniversary of the Bund issue) , 409 (Jan 1973) , 410, 411, 413, 414, 415(Jan 1974) , 416, 417, 418, 419, 421(Jan 1975) , 422, 423, 424, 426, 427 (Jan 1976) , 430, 431, 432, 434, 435, 436, 437, 438, 439 (Jan 1978) , 440, 441, 442, 443, 444, 445(Jan 1979) , 446, 447, & 448. Mexico, D. F.: Gezelshaft far Kultur un Hilf, Paper Wrappers, 4to, each issue aprox 32-150 pages. Biweekly or, later, Monthly. 28 cm. Text in Yiddish; contains advertising matter in Spanish. "Tsaytshrift far literatur, kultur, gezelshaftlkhe problemen un sotsyalistishn gedank. " Published in Mexico by the Gezelshaft far Kultur un Hilf, part of the Bund, beginning in 1940.SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Mexico -- Periodicals. Some issues also have the title: "Adelante" and/or "Revista Foroys. " OCLC lists 5 holdings, only three in the US (UCLA, NYU, Utexas-Austin, U of London, Oxford) . Very Good Condition. (Y-20) (ID #16297) $2,000.00.

53. • Gezelshaft Far Kultur Un Hilf (Mexico). FOROYS פאַרויס: ORGAN FUN DER GEZELSHAFT FAR KULTUR UN HILF. LOOSE ISSUES.. Nrs: 68 (Jan 1948) , 96, 99, 100, 101, 104, 115, 122, 126, 128, 141, 143, 144, 146, 163(Jan 1, 1952) , 170, 179, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185 (Jan 1, 1953) , 187, 188, 190, 191, 192, 193, 194, 195, 196, 197, 198, 199, 200, 201, 202, 204, 205 (Jan 1, 1954) , 206, 207, 209, 211, 213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 220, 221, 223, 224, 228, 230, 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, 237, 239, 240, 241, 242, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 253, 255, 256 (sepcial issue, 60th birthday of the Bund) , 257/258, 351, 361, 370 (special glossy issue, 70th birthday of the Bund) , 371(Jan 1968) , 376, 377 378, 401(Jan 1972) , 409(Jan 1973) , 410, 411, 414, 415(Jan 1974) , 416, 417, 418, 421(Jan 1975) , 422, 423, 427 (Jan 1976) , 430, 432, 436, 438xx, 439 (Jan 1978) , 440, 441, & 442. Mexico, D. F. : Gezelshaft far Kultur un Hilf. Paper Wrappers, 4to, 88 pages. Monthly. 28 cm. Text in Yiddish; contains advertising matter in Spanish. "Tsaytshrift far literatur, kultur, gezelshaftlkhe problemen un sotsyalistishn gedank. " Published in Mexico by the Gezelshaft far Kultur un Hilf, part of the Bund, beginning in 1940..SUBJECT(S) : Jews -- Mexico -- Periodicals. Some issues also have the title: "Adelante" and/or "Revista Foroys. " OCLC lists 5 holdings, only three in the US (UCLA, NYU, Utexas-Austin, U of London, Oxford) . Very Good Condition. Price is per issue. (Y-21) (ID #16298) $20.00. 

54. • HEMSHEKH. SHRAYBER FARBAND FUN SHEYRES HAPLEYTE. April, 1948 (only). Minkhen (i.e. Munich): Direktorium far dertsiung un kultur, 1948. Paper Wrappers, 4to, 72 pages. 26 cm. Text in Yiddish with table of contents and (rear) cover also in English. Includes 2 pages of black & white plates with pastel paintings of the Lodz Ghetto by Hirsh Szylis and two oil paintings by Pinkus Shvarts. This serial began in 1948 and ceased in 1949. We have been able to locate references to only 3 issues: Jan. 1948, April, 1948 (i.e. this issue); and Jan. 1949, with OCLC listing only 5 institutions with 1 or more of these issues. For more on the importance of this periodical, see Gershon Greenberg's "From Hurban to Redemption: Orthodox Jewish Thought in the Munich Area, 1945-1948," available online at the Wiesenthal Center. SUBJECT(S): Holocaust survivors -- Germany -- Periodicals. Yiddish literature -- Periodicals. Holocaust survivors -- Germany -- Periodicals. World War, 1939-1945 -- Refugees -- Periodicals. Jews -- Germany -- Periodicals. Yiddish literature -- Germany - Periodicals. Light wear, Good Condition. (ID #14058) $135.00.

55. • Idish-Shprekhende Sekssianen Fun Der Sotsialist. Arbayter-Partey Fun Nord-Amerika. DI NAYE TSAYT.
די נאיע צײט VOL I, NRS. 1-12; & Vol II, Nr. 1. COMPLETE RUN NO MORE ISSUED. New York: Idish-shprekhende sekssianen fun der Sotsialist. Arbayter Partey fun Nord-Amerika, 1898-1899. Cloth, Large 8vo, aprox. 48 pages per issue. Monthly. Yiddish Socialist monthly which survived from May 1898 (Vol I, Nr. 1) - May 1899 (Vol II, Nr. 1) . 25 cm. This is thus nearly complete for the entire run, lacking only the single issue from Vol, II (Vol II, Nr. 1) From the English-language cover: "A Monthly Magazine devoted to Popular Science, Literature and Socialism, Die Neue Zeit (The New Time) . " Published by the Yiddish-Speaking Section of the Socialist Labor Party of North America. "The harsh and degrading working conditions among the immigrants in...the sweatshops of the needle trade in New York City" led many Jews "to join the radical left wing of the American socialist movement...When [Morris] Hillquit, [Meyer] London, and [Abraham] Cahan left the socialist labor party in 1898, and formed the more moderate socialist party, " others "remained loyal to the revolutionary socialist labor party [SLP].... In 1913, during the strike of New York City men's tailors, " many in the SLP "supported the tailors against their parent organization, the United Garment Workers of America (UGWA) , which opposed the strike. As a result of the conflict with the UGWA's national officials, the tailors formed their own local organization, the Brotherhood of Tailors, and elected [Joseph] Schlossberg secretary. In 1914 Schlossberg's supporters seceded from the UGWA convention and founded the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (ACWA) . " (Melvyn Dubofsky in EJ) . SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 4 holdings (UCLA, LOC, NYPL, Brown) . Bound in period boards, which show wear. Paper and bound in covers are browning but are in Good Condition. One issue present in facsimile only (not bound). An excellent complete run. (Y-8-A) (ID #16315) $500.00.

56. • Idish-Shprekhende Sekssianen Fun Der Sotsialist. Arbayter-Partey Fun Nord-Amerika. . DI NAYE TSAYT. די נאיע צײט VOL I, NR. 2. (JUNE 1898) . New York : Idish-shprekhende sekssianen fun der Sotsialist. Arbayter Partey fun Nord-Amerika, 1898. Paper Wrappers, Large 8vo, 48 pages. Monthly. Yiddish Socialist monthly which survived from May 1898 (Vol I, Nr. 1) - May 1899 (Vol II, Nr. 1) . 25 cm. From the English-language cover: "A Monthly Magazine devoted to Popular Science, Literature and Socialism, Die Neue Zeit (The New Time) . " Published by the Yiddish-Speaking Section of the Socialist Labor Party of North America. "The harsh and degrading working conditions among the immigrants in....the sweatshops of the needle trade in New York City" led many Jews "to join the radical left wing of the American socialist movement....When [Morris] Hillquit, [Meyer] London, and [Abraham] Cahan left the socialist labor party in 1898, and formed the more moderate socialist party, " others "remained loyal to the revolutionary socialist labor party [SLP]..... In 1913, during the strike of New York City men's tailors, " many in the SLP "supported the tailors against their parent organization, the United Garment Workers of America (UGWA) , which opposed the strike. As a result of the conflict with the UGWA's national officials, the tailors formed their own local organization, the Brotherhood of Tailors, and elected [Joseph] Schlossberg secretary. In 1914 Schlossberg's supporters seceded from the UGWA convention and founded the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (ACWA) . " (Melvyn Dubofsky in EJ) . SUBJECT(S) : Jews -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 4 holdings (UCLA, LOC, NYPL, Brown) . Light wear to wrappers, Very Good Condition. (Y-9) (ID #16316) $35.00. 

57. • Idish-Shprekhende Sekssianen Fun Der Sotsialist. Arbayter-Partey Fun Nord-Amerika. . DI NAYE TSAYT.
די נאיע צײט VOL I, NR. 3. (JULY 1898) . New York : Idish-shprekhende sekssianen fun der Sotsialist. Arbayter Partey fun Nord-Amerika, 1898. Paper Wrappers, Large 8vo, 48 pages. Monthly. Yiddish Socialist monthly which survived from May 1898 (Vol I, Nr. 1) - May 1899 (Vol II, Nr. 1) . 25 cm. From the English-language cover: "A Monthly Magazine devoted to Popular Science, Literature and Socialism, Die Neue Zeit (The New Time) . " Published by the Yiddish-Speaking Section of the Socialist Labor Party of North America. "The harsh and degrading working conditions among the immigrants in....the sweatshops of the needle trade in New York City" led many Jews "to join the radical left wing of the American socialist movement....When [Morris] Hillquit, [Meyer] London, and [Abraham] Cahan left the socialist labor party in 1898, and formed the more moderate socialist party, " others "remained loyal to the revolutionary socialist labor party [SLP]..... In 1913, during the strike of New York City men's tailors, " many in the SLP "supported the tailors against their parent organization, the United Garment Workers of America (UGWA) , which opposed the strike. As a result of the conflict with the UGWA's national officials, the tailors formed their own local organization, the Brotherhood of Tailors, and elected [Joseph] Schlossberg secretary. In 1914 Schlossberg's supporters seceded from the UGWA convention and founded the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (ACWA) . " (Melvyn Dubofsky in EJ) . SUBJECT(S) : Jews -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 4 holdings (UCLA, LOC, NYPL, Brown) . Light wear to wrappers, Very Good Condition. (Y-11) (ID #16318) $35.00. 

58. • Idish-Shprekhende Sekssianen Fun Der Sotsialist. Arbayter-Partey Fun Nord-Amerika. . DI NAYE TSAYT.
די נאיע צײט VOL I, NR. 3. (JULY 1898) . New York : Idish-shprekhende sekssianen fun der Sotsialist. Arbayter Partey fun Nord-Amerika, 1898. Paper Wrappers, Large 8vo, 48 pages. Monthly. Yiddish Socialist monthly which survived from May 1898 (Vol I, Nr. 1) - May 1899 (Vol II, Nr. 1) . 25 cm. From the English-language cover: "A Monthly Magazine devoted to Popular Science, Literature and Socialism, Die Neue Zeit (The New Time) . " Published by the Yiddish-Speaking Section of the Socialist Labor Party of North America. "The harsh and degrading working conditions among the immigrants in....the sweatshops of the needle trade in New York City" led many Jews "to join the radical left wing of the American socialist movement....When [Morris] Hillquit, [Meyer] London, and [Abraham] Cahan left the socialist labor party in 1898, and formed the more moderate socialist party, " others "remained loyal to the revolutionary socialist labor party [SLP]..... In 1913, during the strike of New York City men's tailors, " many in the SLP "supported the tailors against their parent organization, the United Garment Workers of America (UGWA) , which opposed the strike. As a result of the conflict with the UGWA's national officials, the tailors formed their own local organization, the Brotherhood of Tailors, and elected [Joseph] Schlossberg secretary. In 1914 Schlossberg's supporters seceded from the UGWA convention and founded the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (ACWA) . " (Melvyn Dubofsky in EJ) . SUBJECT(S) : Jews -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 4 holdings (UCLA, LOC, NYPL, Brown) . Wear to wrappers, Rear wrapper present only in facsimile. Good Condition. (Y-12) (ID #16319) $30.00. 

59. • Idish-Shprekhende Sekssianen Fun Der Sotsialist. Arbayter-Partey Fun Nord-Amerika. . DI NAYE TSAYT.
די נאיע צײט VOL I, NR. 4. (AUGUST 1898) . New York : Idish-shprekhende sekssianen fun der Sotsialist. Arbayter Partey fun Nord-Amerika, 1898. Paper Wrappers, Large 8vo, 48 pages. Monthly. Yiddish Socialist monthly which survived from May 1898 (Vol I, Nr. 1) - May 1899 (Vol II, Nr. 1) . 25 cm. From the English-language cover: "A Monthly Magazine devoted to Popular Science, Literature and Socialism, Die Neue Zeit (The New Time) . " Published by the Yiddish-Speaking Section of the Socialist Labor Party of North America. "The harsh and degrading working conditions among the immigrants in....the sweatshops of the needle trade in New York City" led many Jews "to join the radical left wing of the American socialist movement....When [Morris] Hillquit, [Meyer] London, and [Abraham] Cahan left the socialist labor party in 1898, and formed the more moderate socialist party, " others "remained loyal to the revolutionary socialist labor party [SLP]..... In 1913, during the strike of New York City men's tailors, " many in the SLP "supported the tailors against their parent organization, the United Garment Workers of America (UGWA) , which opposed the strike. As a result of the conflict with the UGWA's national officials, the tailors formed their own local organization, the Brotherhood of Tailors, and elected [Joseph] Schlossberg secretary. In 1914 Schlossberg's supporters seceded from the UGWA convention and founded the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (ACWA) . " (Melvyn Dubofsky in EJ) . SUBJECT(S) : Jews -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 4 holdings (UCLA, LOC, NYPL, Brown) . Light wear to wrappers, Very Good Condition. (Y-10) (ID #16317) $35.00. 

60. • Idish-Shprekhende Sekssianen Fun Der Sotsialist. Arbayter-Partey Fun Nord-Amerika. . DI NAYE TSAYT.
די נאיע צײט VOL I, NR. 6. (JULY 1898) . New York : Idish-shprekhende sekssianen fun der Sotsialist. Arbayter Partey fun Nord-Amerika, 1898. Paper Wrappers, Large 8vo, 48 pages. Monthly. Yiddish Socialist monthly which survived from May 1898 (Vol I, Nr. 1) - May 1899 (Vol II, Nr. 1) . 25 cm. From the English-language cover: "A Monthly Magazine devoted to Popular Science, Literature and Socialism, Die Neue Zeit (The New Time) . " Published by the Yiddish-Speaking Section of the Socialist Labor Party of North America. "The harsh and degrading working conditions among the immigrants in....the sweatshops of the needle trade in New York City" led many Jews "to join the radical left wing of the American socialist movement....When [Morris] Hillquit, [Meyer] London, and [Abraham] Cahan left the socialist labor party in 1898, and formed the more moderate socialist party, " others "remained loyal to the revolutionary socialist labor party [SLP]..... In 1913, during the strike of New York City men's tailors, " many in the SLP "supported the tailors against their parent organization, the United Garment Workers of America (UGWA) , which opposed the strike. As a result of the conflict with the UGWA's national officials, the tailors formed their own local organization, the Brotherhood of Tailors, and elected [Joseph] Schlossberg secretary. In 1914 Schlossberg's supporters seceded from the UGWA convention and founded the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (ACWA) . " (Melvyn Dubofsky in EJ) . SUBJECT(S) : Jews -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 4 holdings (UCLA, LOC, NYPL, Brown) . Edgewear to wrappers, Very Good Condition. (Y-13) (ID #16320) $35.00. 

literarisheba.jpg (647345 bytes)61. • ILUSTRIRTE LITERARISHE BLETER אילוסטרירטע ליטערארישער בלעטער / HOJAS LITERARIAS ILUSTRADAS. NRS. 78/80, 116/118, 119/121, 131/133, 134/136,. Buenos Ayres [Buenos Aires]: Ilustrirte Literarishe Bleter, Paper Wrappers, 4to, 12-24 pages each issue. Bilingual Yiddish-Spanish literary monthly from Argentina, which began with Vol I, Nr. 1, in Sept 1953. SUBJECT (S): Jews -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 3 holdings worldwide (Stanford, UCLA, Yale) . Very Good Condition. (Y-42) (ID #16269) $125.00.

62. ILUSTRIRTE LITERARISHE BLETER אילוסטרירטע ליטערארישער בלעטער  / HOJAS LITERARIAS ILUSTRADAS. LOOSE ISSUES NRS. 116/118, & 119/121. Buenos Ayres [Buenos Aires]: Ilustrirte Literarishe Bleter, Paper Wrappers, 4to, 12 pages each issue. Bilingual Yiddish-Spanish literary monthly from Argentina, which began with Vol I, Nr. 1, in Sept 1953. SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 3 holdings worldwide (Stanford, UCLA, Yale) . Very Good Condition. (Y-42) . Price per issue (ID #16270) $20.00. 

63. • International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union (Ilgwu) . DER LEYDIES GARMENT VORKER /THE LADIES GARMENT WORKER. VOL IV, NRS. 1-12 (COMPLETE THIS VOLUME) . New York, International Ladies Garment Workers Union. 1913. Cloth, 8vo, Aprox 70 pages each. 2/3 in Yiddish, 1/3 in English. Periodical ran 9 volumes, 1910-1918. The ILGWU was "A major center of Jewish immigrant radicalism and socialistic sentiments...The early Socialism of ILGWU leaders was shaped by their experiences in the Jewish Bund, along with a scattering of other Eastern European revolutionary organizations. The sweatshop, together with popular traditions of Jewish messianism, created the context for garment workers' response to socialistic ideals" (Buehl et al, 1992) SUBJECT(S): Clothing workers -- United States -- Labor unions -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 18 holdings, though many of these are incomplete and some appear to be Microfilm rather than hard copy. Good+ Condition. (Y-22) (ID #16331) $125.00.

64. • Jewish Socialist Federation Of America. IDISHER YOHR BUKH. VOL I. 1914. Nyu york [New York]: Idisher sotsyalistisher federatsye in Amerika, 1914. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 110 pages. Annual. Includes illustrations. 23 cm. In Yiddish. Periodical lasted until 1918 issue; Vols II (1915) and later are titled "Idishe yohrbukh. " "In 1908 a Jewish Agitation Bureau was established [by the Socialist Party of America] in order to spread socialism among Yiddish-speaking Jews. Stimulated by immigrants with experience in the East European Bund, the Bureau developed into the Jewish Socialist Federation (J. S. F.) from 1912, over strong opposition from Abe Cahan and other Yiddish-speaking stalwarts opposed to such "separatism. " Actually the J. S. F. Disavowed any distinct Jewish purpose and attempted only to spread socialism, while it vigorously combated Zionism. Its membership was drawn mainly from immigrants of Bundist background" (Schneier Levenberg in EJ) . SUBJECT(S): Socialism -- Periodicals. Jews -- New York (State) -- New York -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 6 holdings. Edgewear, rear cover detached. Otherwise good condition with good paper. (Y-6) (ID #16311) $100.00.

65. • Jewish Socialist Federation Of America. IDISHER YOHR BUKH. VOL I. 1914. Nyu york [New York]: Idisher sotsyalistisher federatsye in Amerika, 1914. CLoth, 8vo, 110 pages. Annual. Includes illustrations. 23 cm. In Yiddish. Periodical lasted until 1918 issue; Vols II (1915) and later are titled "Idishe yohrbukh. " "In 1908 a Jewish Agitation Bureau was established [by the Socialist Party of America] in order to spread socialism among Yiddish-speaking Jews. Stimulated by immigrants with experience in the East European Bund, the Bureau developed into the Jewish Socialist Federation (J. S. F.) from 1912, over strong opposition from Abe Cahan and other Yiddish-speaking stalwarts opposed to such "separatism. " Actually the J. S. F. Disavowed any distinct Jewish purpose and attempted only to spread socialism, while it vigorously combated Zionism. Its membership was drawn mainly from immigrants of Bundist background" (Schneier Levenberg in EJ) . SUBJECT(S): Socialism -- Periodicals. Jews -- New York (State) -- New York -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 6 holdings. Hinges starting, but still good and solid. Good Condition. (Y-6-A) (ID #16312) $125.00.

66. • Kaplan, Israel, editor. FUN LETSTEN CHURBN
פון לעצטן חורבּנ [FUN LETZTEN KHURBAN / KHURBN / CHURBAN] : TSAYTSHRIFT FUR GESHIKHTE FUN YIDISHN LEBN BETN NATSI-REZSHIM. FROM THE LAST EXTERMINATION: JOURNAL FOR THE HISTORY OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE DURING THE NAZI REGIME. Nrs. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 & 10. Munich, Central Historical Commission, 1946-1947. First Edition. Paper Wrappers, small 8vo, pages. 1 of 8000 copies issued. In Yiddish with English cover, table of contents, & photo captions. Important journal lasting 10 issues which written & published by Jewish DPs themselves to document crimes and survival in the Holocaust. The publisher’s decision to include the English table of contents, probably in part to insure the journal’s use in future war crimes trials, makes these first hand accounts especially user-friendly today, almost 60 years later. Robinson & Friedman #1247: "The Historical Commission [was] established in 1945 under the auspices of the Central Committee of Liberated Jews in the U. S. Zone. [It] Ceased operations early in 1949. Details of the activities of the Munich center can be found in No. 1247 [Fun Letsten Churbn]..." Hagit Lavsky notes in the Encyclopedia of the Holocaust (Gutman, ed., 1990, p. 383) that, "Commemoration and documentation projects [by Jewish DPs] included the work of the Tsentraler Historisher Komisiye (Central Historical Commission), established in December 1945 by the Central Committee in Munich, to assist in bringing Nazi criminals to trial. A network of regional committees was set up under the commission’s auspices whose task it was to take evidence and collect documentary material, including material on DPs. In August 1946, the commission published the first issue of the monthly FUN LETZTEN HURBAN." Published under DP-Publications License US-E-3 OMGB, Information Control Division. Good Condition. 

We have available the following  issues (10 were issued in total), for sale individually: 

flch2y.jpg (444640 bytes) flch2e.jpg (782496 bytes)A. Nr. 2. Sept. 1946. 104 pages. Includes 11 photos with captions in English & Yiddish. Articles include: Guns in the Ghetto of Riga, by I[srael]. Kaplan; Life and Death of Dubno Ghetto, by M. Weisberg; Crying Graves, by A. Weisbrod; Labour camp at Mielec (reports of witnesses), by I. Kohs; Nazi word of honour, by Dr. M. Schatner; At the Ghetto of Czestochow (pages), by W. Gliksman; Jewish Folklore during the Nazi Time, by by I[srael]. Kaplan; Let us keep silent (Being sung in camp); Dwellings of Ghetto (Being sung in camp);Two Nazi Documents (with explanations); List of articles concerning Jewish Life during the Nazi Regime in the Press of Shaarith Ha-Plata; Activity Report; Chronicle. Very Good+ Condition. $85.00


flch3y.jpg (490170 bytes)B. flch3e.jpg (545172 bytes)Nr. 3. Nov. 1946.101 pages. Includes 13 photos with captions in English & Yiddish. Articles include: Lachwa, by I.K. [Israel Kaplan?], Aaron Schworin, Chaim Shklar, & Abraham Feinberg; Polish Jewish Soldiers as War Prisoners (memoirs), by Mendel Lifschitz; A Chapter on Siedlce (Eye-Witness Report), by Getzl Weissberg; Comments on the Photographs of Siedlce, by Fritz Heft; The Last Forty-Five Children in Kielce, by Sara Kerbel; The “Jewish Band” (Eye-Witness Report), by Isaac Feierstein; The Problem of Productivization [sic] in the Warsaw Ghetto, by Eng. Isaiah Bluman; In Treblinke (Eye-Witness Report), by Simcha Bunim Lesky; Luck (Eye-Witness Report), by Meyer Roitman; Slaughter at the Oceanside (Eye-Witness Report), by Miriam Zweig; In the Transport from the Death Camp Balkenheim (Eye-Witness Report), by Maurice Kraus; Brezna (Eye-Witness Report), by Malke Beilinsky; In Budapest (Eye-Witness Report), by Alimelech Vider; In the Woods of Polesie, by Samuel Praude; My Experiences During the War (From the Series of Children's Reports), by Arieh Milch; Expressions Used in the Ghetto of Lodz, by I. Rosenbaum & M.I. Feigenbaum; Lullaby (Ghetto-song); The Ghetto of Lodz (Ghetto-song), by Jonathan Karp; Nazi Documents with comments; Photographs of the Nazi period; Bibliographical list of articles on Jewish life under the Nazis. [sic] published in the Press of Shaarith Ha-Plata; List of Camps; Report on Activities of the Central Historical Commission; News of the Central Historical Commission. Very Good Condition. $85.00

C.flch4y.jpg (379077 bytes) flch4e.jpg (402247 bytes)Nr. 4. March 1947. 112 pages. Includes 10 photos with captions in English & Yiddish, & 2 maps. Articles include: The Extermination of Jews in East-Galicia, By Dr. Philip Friedmann; Polish Jewish Soldiers as War Prisoners (Memoirs), by Mendel Lifschitz; Tchernowitz (Cernauti), by Dr. Jakob Ungar; In the forests of White Russia (Eye-Witness Report): a) Around Woloshin, by Mosche Mejerson, b) In the Braslav area, by Mosche Trejster, [&] c) At Radun, by Lieb Lewin; My Experiences During the War (From the Series of Children's Reports), by Daniel Burstin; Lullaby (Ghetto-song); "Buna" (Camp-song); Nazi Documents with Comments; Photographs of the Nazi Period; Bibliographical List of Articles on Jewish Life under the Nazis Published in the Press of the Shaarith Ha-Plata; Report on Activites of the Central Historical Commission; News of the Central Historical Commission. Very Good Condition. $85.00

flch5y.jpg (709237 bytes)D. flch5e.jpg (443336 bytes)Nr. 5. May 1947. 106 pages. Includes 11 photos with captions in English & Yiddish. Articles include: The con-camp [i.e. concentration camp] prisoners march to Tirol, by I.K. [Israel Kaplan?]; March from Kaufering-camps, by I[sreal]. Kaplan; From Schwabhausen to Dachau, by Dr. L. Goldstein; On the march from Mühlsdorf, by Rabbi Elchanan Person; On the march from Hessenthal, by Dr. Mordchai Glatsetin; From Görlitz to Tirol, by Jakob Rosenbaum; On the March from Wistegiersdorf, by A. Tenenbaum; On the march from Buchenwald, by Israel Segal; Nazi “liberation,” b7 Dr. A. Waksberger; My Experiences during the War (from the Series of Children’s Reports), by Jakob Lewin; Mama bless me!.. (Camp-song); Oh, potates [sic].. (Ghetto-song), by Hersz Albus; Nazi Documents with translations; Photographs of the Nazi Era; Bibliographical list of articles on Jewish life under the Nazis. [sic] published in the Press of Shaarith Ha-Plata; List of Camps; Report on Activities of the Central Historical Commission; News of the Central Historical Commission. Very Good Condition. A beautiful copy. $85.00

flch6y.jpg (1017219 bytes) flch6e.jpg (1068023 bytes)E. Nr. 6. Aug. 1947. 98 pages. Includes 7 photos with captions in English & Yiddish, and 4 maps (1 folds out). Articles include:  Treblinka (Eye-Witness Report), by H. Sperling; Camps in East Galicia, by L. Welitschker; Sobibor (Eye-Witness Report), by J. Menche; Through ghetto’s [sic] and C[oncentration]. Camps (Eye-Witness Report), by L. Rucaschweski; Din-Torah, by Sz. Glube; Near Kossowo in Polesei (Eye-Witness Report), by D. Liebowitz; In Camp Kodlotschowo (Eye-Witness Report), by I. Samsonowitz; My Experiences during the War (from the Series of Children’s Reports), by Rosa Pinczewski; Jewish Folklore during the Nazi Time: 1. The peoples [sic] word under Nazi muzzle, by Israel Kaplan [&] 2. Specifical [sic] ghetto-words and anecdotes, by M.I. Fajgenbaum; The prisoners of Zamosc (Camp-song); “Bone”—the ration-cards (ghetto-song); Nazi Documents (with translations); Photographs of the Nazi Era; Bibliographical list of articles on Jewish life under the Nazis published in the Press of Shaarith Ha-Plata; Report on Activities of the Central Historical Commission; News of the Central Historical Commission. Wear to wrappers, Good Condition. $75.00

F. Nr. 7. May 1948. Good Condition. $75.00

flch8y.jpg (559596 bytes)G.  flch8e.jpg (653843 bytes)Nr. 8. June 1948. Includes 9 photos with captions in English & Yiddish. Articles include: Work on the Airport of Kaunas, by Israel Kaplan; Destruction of Kaunas Jewry, by Dr. Samuel Grinhaus; Women in the forced labour of the ghetto of Kaunas, by Raphael Lewin; The big workshops of th ghetto of Kaunas, by Moshe Segalson; The workers in the big ghetto workshops, by Dr. Elijahu Altman; The repair-workshops in the ghetto of Kaunas, by Ing. Fajwel GoldSchwarcberg; Memories from the ghetto of Stanislwow, by Lusia Gerber; My Experiences during the Wschmidt; Porick (Eye-Witness Report), by Sonia Rubinstein; Voloshin (Eye-Witness Report), by Joseph ar (from the Series of Children’s Reports), by Fania Olitzki; Hard Luck (ghetto-song); The “airport worker” (ghetto-song); The committee-man (ghetto-song), by Nathan Markowski; Nazi Documents (with translations); Photographs of the Nazi Era; Bibliographical list of articles on Jewish life under the Nazis published in the Press of Shaarith Ha-Plata; Historical questionnaires; Printed matters received by the archive. Heavy wear to wrappers, but internally good, solid, and complete. $60.00

H. Nr. 9. Sept. 1948. Discusses Jewish life in Kaunas. Articles about Ghetto in Kaunas, photos from the Nazi period. Good Condition. $75.00

flch10y.jpg (459065 bytes)I.  flch10e.jpg (500252 bytes)Nr. 10. Dec. 1948 (Final Issue). Includes 12 photos with captions in English & Yiddish, as well as an index of all 10 volumes. Articles include: The Fighting Underground at the Ghetto of Kaunas (Memoirs of a Partisan), by Rachi Ben Elieser; From the Ghetto to the Wilderness, by Motl Brick; The Hospital of the Kaunas Ghetto, by Dr. Moshe Berman; Medical examinations a the labour office in the Kaunas Ghetto, by Dr. Jacob Nochimowski; The Fortress of Death, by Michael Gelbrtunk; Secret Postal Service a the Kaunas Ghetto, by phraim Silberman; Kejdani, by David Wolpe; Vidukle, by Hirsh Hirshovitz-Levitan; Yonava, by A. Sliberman; Resistanc[e] Movement in thee Concentration Camp Auschvitz-Birkenau, by J. Eiger; Death of the “Messenger” (Eye-Witness Report), by Ceshe Shilling; With two little children through Auschvitz, by Ester Weiss; Libau (Liepaja), by Moshe Edelstein; Shidlovtze, by Dr. Abraham Finkler; Mielnitze (Eye-Witness Report); In a Hungarian Forced Labour Batallion, by Moshe Dov Taub; Lezajsk, by J. Kanner; My experiences during the war (from the series of children’s reports), by Genia Shurz; Jewish Folklore: Ghetto and Concentration Camp Sayings; The Big Action (Ghetto Song), by Sima Jashunski; Lithuanian Partisans (Ghetto Song); Nazi Documents (with translations); Photographies [sic] of the Nazi Era; Bibliographical list of articles on Jewish life under the Nazis, published in the Press of Shaarith Ha-Plata; Report on Activities of the Central Historical Commission; Chronicle, Printed matters received by the archive, Index of all the published copies, [of] “From the Last Extermination.” Very Good+ Condition. An outstanding copy. $90.00

67. • Lang, H. (Harry) ; & Feinstone, Morris C. [Moris Faynstoun]. GEVERKSHAFTEN: YUBILEUM-ZSHURNAL: AROYSGEGEBEN FUN DE FERAYNIGTE IDISHE GEVERKSHAFTN TSU IHRE 40 YOHR EKZISTENTS, 1888-1928. New York, No Publisher (United Hebrew Trades) , 1928. Paper Wrappers, Large 4to, 160 pages. 30 cm. In Yiddish. Includes beautiful cover art and period ads and portrait photos. Feinstone (1878–1945),was born in Warsaw and trained as a woodcarver there. "After completing school he emigrated to England where he became president of a woodcarvers' union in London (1895). Later in Birmingham he was active in the beginnings of the British Labour Party. In 1910 Feinstone emigrated to the U.S. where he found employment in various skilled trades, securing permanent work in the umbrella industry. He soon became an official of the Umbrella Handle and Stick Makers' Union and an important figure in the United Hebrew Trades, an organization which sheltered the smaller and weaker American Jewish trade unions. Feinstone was a close associate of the organization's outstanding leader, Max Pine, whom he succeeded as United Hebrew Trades' secretary in 1928. Feinstone continued Pine's policy of supporting the socialist labor sector in Jewish Palestine through the Histadrut. He also represented the United Hebrew Trades on the executive board of the Central Trades and Labor Council of Greater New York, wrote articles in the New York Call and the Yiddish Jewish Daily Forward endorsing socialism and labor Zionism, and worked for the establishment of an independent labor party. With the advent of the New Deal, Feinstone's socialist teachings were incorporated by the American Labor Party, which satisfied his desire for a working class political organization. Thereafter, until his death he concentrated on obtaining support for Jewish labor in Palestine" (Melvyn Dubofsky in EJ). SUBJECT(S): Jewish labor unions -- United States. Jewish socialists -- United States. OCLC lists 3 copies worldwide (Harvard, Florida, NYPL), none west of New York. Touch of wear to spine, Very Good Condition. (Y-18A) (ID #16325) $150.00.

68. • Another Copy.  Edgewear to covers, otherwise Good Condition. (Y-18) (ID #16324) $100.00. 

69. • Another Copy. Wear & tears to covers, otherwise Good Condition. (Y-18B) (ID #16326) $75.00. 

70. • Another Copy. Tears to front cover, lacks rear cover, otherwise Good Condition. (Y-18C) (ID #16327) $60.00. 

71oifgang.JPG (441611 bytes). • Liebman, I. ; B. Friedman, & M. Kravitz, editors. OYFGANG/AUFGANG
אויפגאנג: MONATLICHER ZSHURNAL FOR ALZAYTIKER LITERARISHER SHOFUNG. JAN 1923-MAY/JUNE 1923. NOS. 1-6 IN 4 VOLS (COMPLETE?) . New York, Aufgang Publishing Co, 1923. 1st Edition. Paper Wrappers, Stamped "Review Copy, " Very Good Condition; 8vo; 158 pages; "A Jewish Monthly for Poetry, Literature and Belles Letters. " Run of Vol. I Nos. 1-6. In Yiddish. (ID #4485) $100.00.

72. • Mirsky, Victor, editor. DER IDISHER ALMANAKH [UN YOHR-BUKH] A YOHR-BUKH FUN NOYTIGE INFORMATSYES KHRONOLOGI UN STATISTIK / THE JEWISH ALMANAC. VOL I, 1922 (ONLY, OF 3 VOLS ISSUED) . New York City: Jewish Almanac Pub. Corp. , 1922. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 288, [12] pages. "The Jewish almanac: a year book of valuable information, chronology and statistics. " Yiddish Annual which survived 3 volumes, 5682-5684 [1922-1924].24 cm. SUBJECT (S): Almanacs, Yiddish -- United States. Includes 12 page subscriber list in English at rear, listing over 1000 names from all over the US. OCLC lists 11 holdings, some of which may not include this volume. Lacks outer wrappers, otherwise complete. Wear & tears to outer leaves, otherwise Good Condition. (ID #16332) $125.00.

73. • Mirsky, Victor, editor. DER IDISHER ALMANAKH [UN YOHR-BUKH] A YOHR-BUKH FUN NOYTIGE INFORMATSYES KHRONOLOGI UN STATISTIK / THE JEWISH ALMANAC. VOL II, 1923 (ONLY, OF 3 VOLS ISSUED) . New York City: Jewish Almanac Pub. Corp. , 1923. Cloth, 8vo, 276, [14] pages. "The Jewish almanac: a year book of valuable information, chronology and statistics. " Yiddish Annual which survived 3 volumes, 5682-5684 [1922-1924].24 cm. SUBJECT (S): Almanacs, Yiddish -- United States. Includes 12 page subscriber list in English at rear, listing over 1000 names from all over the US. OCLC lists 12 holdings, some of which may not include this volume. Light wear, Good+ Condition xx (ID #16333) $125.00.

74. • OD NOWA CZASOPISMO, NR. 2, Feb. 1972. Kopenhaga, Zydowscy Socjalisci "bund" W Danii, 1972. 1st Edition (?). Paper Wrappers, 4to, 40 pages. Bundist Newsletter from Denmark. Trilingual, in Polish, Danish, & Yiddish! Low-budget Xerox production makes me think they weren't producing too many copies. (Y-24-D) Light wear, rear cover detached but present, Good Condition. (ID #6578) $20.00.

75. • OD NOWA CZASOPISMO, NR. 9. Kopenhaga, Zydowscy Socjalisci "bund" W Danii, 1975. 1st Edition (?). Paper Wrappers, Light wear, rear cover detached but present, Good Condition. ; 4to; 32 pages; Bundist Newsletter from Denmark. Trilingual, in Polish, Danish, & Yiddish! Low-budget Xerox production makes me think they weren't producing too many copies. (Y-24-A) (ID #6576) $20.00.

76. • OD NOWA CZASOPISMO, NR. 10. Kopenhaga, Zydowscy Socjalisci "bund" W Danii, 1975. 1st Edition (?). Paper Wrappers, Light wear, Good Condition. ; 4to; 38 pages; Bundist Newsletter from Denmark. Trilingual, in Polish, Danish, & Yiddish! Low-budget xerox production makes me think they weren't producing too many copies. (y-24-B) (ID #6577) $20.00.

77. • OD NOWA CZASOPISMO, NR. 14, Jan. 1979. Kopenhaga, Zydowscy Socjalisci "bund" W Danii, 1975. 1st Edition (?). Paper Wrappers, 4to; 38 pages; Bundist Newsletter from Denmark. Trilingual, in Polish, Danish, & Yiddish! Low-budget Xerox production makes me think they weren't producing too many copies. Very Good Condition. ; (Y-24-C) (ID #6579) $20.00.

78. • Ogólny Zydowski Zwiazek Robotniczy "bund" W Polsce; American Representation. UNZER TSAYT
אונזער צײט [UNZER TSAYT; UNSER TSAIT] [NEW SERIES]. "INHALT FUN 15 YORGENG "UNZER TSAYT." INDEX FOR VOLUMES 1-15 (1941-1955) . New York, N. Y.: American Representation of the General Jewish Workers' Union of Poland, No Date (1956?) . Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 39 pages. Yiddish Monthly of the Bund in America, originally beginning in Feb 1941. 25 cm. In Yiddish. Light wear, Good Condition (Y-21-C) (ID #16330) $45.00.

unzertsayt.jpg (589996 bytes)79. • Ogólny Zydowski Zwiazek Robotniczy "bund" W Polsce; American Representation. UNZER TSAYT
אונזער צײט [UNZER TSAYT; UNSER TSAIT] [New Series]. Lot of issues from 1950-1994. 1950 (Nrs. 9-12); 1954(Nrs. 4-5), 1960 (Nrs.4/5, 7/8, 12); 1961 (Nrs. 9-10); 1962 (Nrs. 6, 9); 1964 (Nr. 10); 1966 (Nrs. 1-12); 1967 (Nrs. 11/12); 1968 (Nr. 5); 1969 (Nrs. 3-5); 1971 (Nrs. 5-6, 7-8); 1972 (Nrs. 10-12); 1974 (Nrs. 1-4, 7, 11-12); 1975 (Nrs. 2-5, 7-8); 1976 (Nr. 2); 1976 (Nr.2); 1977 (Nrs. 2, 5, 10-11); 1978(Nrs. 1, 3-12); 1979 (1, ¾, 10); 1981 (1-12); 1982 (1-12); 1986 (Nr. 5); 1987 (10); 1988 (7/8); 1989 (Nrs. 11-12); 1992 (Nrs. 10-12); 1993 (Nrs. 3-4, 7-10); 1994 (Nrs. 1-2, 5, 7-8). New York, N. Y.: American Representation of the General Jewish Workers' Union of Poland, 1950-1994. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, aprox. 48 pages each issue. Yiddish Monthly of the Bund in America, originally beginning in Feb 1941. 25 cm. In Yiddish. All Good-Very Good Condition (Y-21-A) (ID #16328) $175.00.  [Complete run may be available by the time you react to this list--please let us know if you would be interested]

80. • Ogólny Zydowski Zwiazek Robotniczy "bund" W Polsce; American Representation. UNZER TSAYT אונזער צײט  [UNZER TSAYT; UNSER TSAIT] [New Series]. Loose Issues:  Nrs. 110/111, 239, 240, 311/312 (70th birthday of the Bund, special issue), 317, 327, 384, 386, 387, 394, 395, 433, 435, 436, 476, 592/593, 1978 (Nrs. 10, 11/12) 1979 (Nr 12), 1987 (Nr. 10-"90 yor Bund" special issue). New York, N. Y. : American Representation of the General Jewish Workers' Union of Poland, 1950-1989. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, aprox. 48 pages each issue. Monthly, originally beginning with No. 1 (Febru'ar 1941) . 25 cm. In Yiddish. All Good-Very Good Condition (Y-21-B) Price is per issue. (ID #16329) $20.00. 


zsherminal.jpg (581645 bytes)81. • Rocker, Rudolf, editor. ZSHERMINAL
זשערמינאל: ORGAN FIR ANARKHISTISHE VELT-ANSHOYUNG / GERMINAL. VOL VI, 1906, NRS. 1-12 (COMPLETE FOR THIS VOLUME) . London: R. Rocker, 1906. Quarter Leather, Large 8vo, Aprox 48 pages per issue. 24-28 cm. Yiddish Anarchist monthly. Important primary source on the early Jewish labor movement, immigration, Anarchism, Jewish life in Britain. Rocker was a "German-Christian anarchist...[who] became a disciple of Prince Peter Kropotkin, the Russian anarchist. In 1895 he went to Liverpool, where he founded and briefly edited the Yiddish monthly of social theory, Germinal. In 1898 he settled among the Jewish community of London's East End, and became both editor of the Yiddish anarchist newspaper Der Arbeter Fraynd and a leading figure in the Jewish anarchist movement. Rocker edited the paper until the outbreak of World War I, when he was interned as an enemy alien by the British, the paper was suppressed, and the anarchist club closed. After the war Rocker was deported to Germany. He was forced to flee when Hitler took power and subsequently went to the U. S. (1933) . " (EJ) SUBJECT(S): Anarchism -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 4 holdings worldwide (UCLA, Yale, LOC, NYPL) . Lacks backstrip, boards detached but present with 1st & last leaves. Good paper has held up well, thus otherwise Good Condition. (Y-45) (ID #16266) $300.00.

82. • Shapiro, Lamed, editor. STUDYO. NR. 1 [JULY-SEPTEMBER 1934]. Nuyork [New York], Farlag "Aleyn, " 1934. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 126 pages. Yiddish literary magazine which survived only 3 issues, the final being Nr. 3, January-March 1935. "[Lamed] Shapiro is often called 'The master craftsman of the Yiddish short story'" (Ruth Wisse in EJ) . 20 cm. SUBJECT(S): Yiddish literature -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 14 holdings. Front cover chipped & detached, lacks rear cover, otherwise Good Condition. (Y-7) (ID #16313) $50.00.

83. • SHRIFTEN: [A] ZAMELBUKH / SHRIFTEN: A DRAY MONAT BUKH. VOL 4, 1919 (ONLY, OF 8 VOLS) . New York: Ferlag "Amerika, " 1919. Cloth, 8vo, aprox 300 pages. Illustrated Yiddish quarterly which survived 8 volumes between 1912-1926; 24 cm. SUBJECT (S): Yiddish literature -- Periodicals. Volumes 4-7 (1919-1921) are titled: "Shriften: a dray monat bukh. " OCLC lists 12 holdings, some of which may be incomplete. Many drawings & illlustrations, poetry, etc. Ex-library (Labor Lyceum Library) with usual (but interesting!) markings, wear to boards, backstrip coming loose, good condition. (ID #16334) $150.00.

84. • SHRIFTEN: [A] ZAMELBUKH / SHRIFTEN: A DRAY MONAT BUKH. VOL 5, 1920 (ONLY, OF 8 VOLS) . New York: Ferlag "Amerika, " 1920. Cloth, 8vo, aprox 350 pages. Illustrated Yiddish quarterly which survived 8 volumes between 1912-1926; 24 cm. SUBJECT (S): Yiddish literature -- Periodicals. Volumes 4-7 (1919-1921) are titled: "Shriften: a dray monat bukh. " OCLC lists 12 holdings, some of which may be incomplete. Rebound in period cloth, with wrappers & backstrip mounted on covers. Wear to boards, Good Condition overall (ID #16335) $150.00.

shriftn.jpg (556799 bytes)85. • SHRIFTN.
שריפטן VOL I, NR. 1 (JUNE 1942) . Buenos Ayres [Buenos Aires]: Farlag Perl, 1942. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 80 pages. Yiddish Monthly. Anthology of articles on ancient and modern Judaism. Continued on into at least 1971 (we located an issue Nr. 343) SUBJECT(S): Judaism -- Periodicals. Jews -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 7 holdings worldwide. Paper browning at edges, otherwise Very Good Condition. (Y-44) (ID #16267) $40.00.

 




literarishe.jpg (748080 bytes)86. • Singer, Israel Joshua; & Mayzel, Nachman; Eds. LITERARISHE BLETER [LITERARISZE BLETER]
ליטערארישע בלעטער: VOKHENSHRIFT FAR LITERATUR, TEATER UN KUNST FRAGN. 111 ISSUES FROM 1936-1938, INCLUDING A NEARLY COMPLETE RUN FOR 1936. Varshe [Warsaw]: B. Kletskin, 1936-38. Paper Wrappers, Large 4to, 16 pages each issue. Important Yiddish Literary weekly published 1924-1939, for a total run of 782 issues. Issues present here are: [1936]: 4-25, 27-43, 45-47, 49-52 [1937]: 1-6, 8-11, 14, 16-19, 21-27, 28, 30-34, 37-39, 41-43, 45-52 [1938]: 1, 2, 4-6, 9-13, 15-23, 25, 30, 33, 38, 41 Includes many photos, portraits, & illustrations. 32 cm. Bay der noenter mitarbet fun Y. Y. Zinger, Perets Markish, Nahman Mayzil un Melekh Ravitsh. " Aaron Rubenstein, of the National Yiddish Book Center, has called the Literarishe Bleter "arguably the most important Yiddish literary journal of the time..." Co-founded by Yiddish novelist novelist Israel Joshua Singer, it was also a workplace of Singer's younger brother, future Nobel laureate Isaac Bashevis Singer. The younger Singer worked there as a proofreader, and it was in the pages of the Literarishe Bleter that the young Isaac published his first story, "In Old Age" (Oyf der elter) , which appeared in the journal in 1925 and won an award in its literary contest (EJ) . SUBJECT(S): Yiddish literature -- Periodicals. Yiddish literature -- History and criticism -- Periodicals. Theater, Yiddish -- History and criticism -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 9 holdings worldwide, with two thirds of those holdings only partial. Paper is fragile, with pages often split at binding. Issues from 1937 & 1938 have old waterdamage with some stains and tears. We observed no loss of text in any issues. (Y-36) (ID #16278) $1,500.00.

87. • Stolinski, Aharon. & Beilin, I. B. , editors. DI KOOPERATIVE VELT: DER ERSHTER IDISHER KOOPERATIVER ZSHURNAL IN AMERIKA. NRS. 1-6 (JUNE 1918-DEC. 1919) COMPLETE RUN. Nyu York [New York]: Federatsye fun Idishe Kooperativen in Amerika, ; 1918-1919. Cloth, Large 8vo, aprox 30 pages per issue. 26 cm. In Yiddish. Loaded with articles and period Yiddish advertising. "Co-operative world. " Published by the Federation of Jewish Co-operative Societies of America. SUBJECT (S): Cooperation -- Periodicals. Jews -- United States -- Periodicals. OCLC lists only one holding worldwide (NYPL) . Bound in period boards, a very water-warped set, with bleeding of many of the colored wrappers onto the white text pages. But as no clayed paper was used, paper is solid and did not stick or tear. Hinges repaired. Stamp of the "Workmen's Circle Sanatorium Library, Liberty N. Y. " on front endpapers. Scarce, complete run. (Y-16) (ID #16323) $400.00.

88. • Summer, Nahum. ; Pasirstein, Abraham, editors. OYFSNAY / OIFSNAI: A QUARTERLY LITERARY REVIEW. NRS, 1-2, 10-17, 20, 22,-27, 32. Bronx, N. Y.: , No Publisher (Oifsnai) , 1953-61. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 32 pages per issue. Quarterly. 23 cm. In Yiddish. 18 issues available. SUBJECT(S): Yiddish literature -- Periodicals. Jews -- Periodicals. OCLC lists holdings at 10 locations worldwide, at least 3 of which are only partial. Light wear to some issues, overall Good+ Condition. (Y-1-14) (ID #16300) $250.00.

89. • UNZER TSAYT
אונזער צײט . SOTSYALISTISHE HOYDESH-SHRIFT. [UNZER CAJT] [Old Series] Vol I (1927, Complete?), Nrs. 1, 2, 3-4. 1928. 1st Edition. Paper Wrappers, Varshe [Warsaw]: Farlag "di Velt", 1928. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, ca. 100 pages per issue. Monthly Bundist periodical ran from Vol. I, Nr, 1 (Oct. 1927) to 1932. 23 cm. In Yiddish. Unobtrusive Bund rubber stamp on some volumes. For example, Levin (1977) reports that it was in UNZER TSAYT that the very first reports of the Bund's split over the National Question with the Russian Social Democrats were published (in 1927). SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Poland -- Periodicals. Jewish labor unions -- Periodicals. Socialism and Judaism -- Periodicals. Yiddish literature -- Poland -- Periodicals. OCLC lists only 4 runs (Arizona State, Stanford, LOC, U of Washington), all of which appear to be incomplete. Nr. 3-4 was printed as Nr. 3 (Dec. 15, 1927), but then has Nr. 4 (Dec. 20, 1927) on a superimposed lable--not sure if Nr. 3 actually existed or in what form. There are 3 issues here in this run. Use wear to all issues, paper brwoning but not fragile. Nr. 1 bound in pamphlet protector. --Pages 1-6 in issue 3-4 in facsimile only. Good Condition. (Y-1-9) (ID #16127) $150.00.

90. • UNZER TSAYT
אונזער צײט. SOTSYALISTISHE HOYDESH-SHRIFT. [UNZER CAJT] [Old Series] Vol I (1927), Nr. 3-4. 1928. 1st Edition. Paper Wrappers, Varshe [Warsaw]: Farlag "di Velt", 1928. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 95 pages. Monthly Bundist periodical ran from Vol. I, Nr, 1 (Oct. 1927) to 1932. 23 cm. In Yiddish. Unobtrusive Bund rubber stamp on some volumes. For example, Levin (1977) reports that it was in UNZER TSAYT that the very first reports of the Bund's split over the National Question with the Russian Social Democrats were published (in 1927). SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Poland -- Periodicals. Jewish labor unions -- Periodicals. Socialism and Judaism -- Periodicals. Yiddish literature -- Poland -- Periodicals. OCLC lists only 4 runs (Arizona State, Stanford, LOC, U of Washington), all of which appear to be incomplete. Nr. 3-4 was printed as Nr. 3 (Dec. 15, 1927), but then has Nr. 4 (Dec. 20, 1927) on a superimposed lable--not sure if Nr. 3 actually existed or in what form. Use wear, pages 1-6 in facsimile only. Good Condition. (Y-1-10) xx (ID #16128) $40.00. 

91. • UNZER TSAYT אונזער צײט.UNZER TSAYT. SOTSYALISTISHE HOYDESH-SHRIFT. [UNZER CAJT] [Old Series] 1928, Nrs. 1-6, 8-10, lacking only Nr. 7. 1928. 1st Edition. Paper Wrappers, Varshe [Warsaw]: Farlag "di Velt", 1927-1929. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, ca. 100 pages. Monthly Bundist periodical ran from Vol. I, Nr, 1 (Oct. 1927) to 1932. 23 cm. In Yiddish. Unobtrusive Bund rubber stamp. Levin (1977) reports that it was in UNZER TSAYT that the very first reports of the Bund's split over the National Question with the Russian Social Democrats were published (in 1927). SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Poland -- Periodicals. Jewish labor unions -- Periodicals. Socialism and Judaism -- Periodicals. Yiddish literature -- Poland -- Periodicals. OCLC lists only runs (Arizona State, Stanford, LOC, U of Washington), all of which appear to be incomplete. Use wear, paper brwoning but not fragile. Good Condition. (y-1-11) (ID #16129) $200.00.

92. • UNZER TSAYT
אונזער צײט.SOTSYALISTISHE HOYDESH-SHRIFT. [UNZER CAJT] [Old Series] 1929, Nr. 1-2 (only). 1928. 1st Edition. Paper Wrappers, Varshe [Warsaw]: Farlag "di Velt", 1929. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, ca. 100 pages. Monthly Bundist periodical ran from Vol. I, Nr, 1 (Oct. 1927) to 1932. 23 cm. In Yiddish. Unobtrusive Bund rubber stamp. Levin (1977) reports that it was in UNZER TSAYT that the very first reports of the Bund's split over the National Question with the Russian Social Democrats were published (in 1927). SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Poland -- Periodicals. Jewish labor unions -- Periodicals. Socialism and Judaism -- Periodicals. Yiddish literature -- Poland -- Periodicals. OCLC lists only runs (Arizona State, Stanford, LOC, U of Washington), all of which appear to be incomplete. Use wear, paper brwoning but not fragile. Good Condition. (Y-1-12) (ID #16130) $25.00.

93. • UNZER TSAYT
אונזער צײט.SOTSIALISTISHE HOYDESH-SHRIFT. [UNZER CAJT] [Old Series] 1932 [Final Volume], Nrs. 2 (Jan), 3 (Feb-March), 4 (May). May be complete for 1932. 1928. 1st Edition. Paper Wrappers, Varshe [Warsaw]: Farlag "di Velt", 1932. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 32 pages each. Monthly Bundist periodical ran from Vol. I, Nr, 1 (Oct. 1927) to 1932. 23 cm. In Yiddish. Each issue includes at least one article by Victor Alter (including: "'Rekhts' un 'Links,'" "Unzer Tsiln," "Di Internatsionale Diskusye vegn Rotn-Forbond," & "Demokratye un Diktatur"), as well as 5-6 other interesting articles dealing with questions facing the Bund in the pre-war period. These may be the final 3 issues before the journal's dissolution (A new series was begun after the war). Levin (1977) reports that it was in UNZER TSAYT that the very first reports of the Bund's split over the National Question with the Russian Social Democrats were published (in 1927). SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Poland -- Periodicals. Jewish labor unions -- Periodicals. Socialism and Judaism -- Periodicals. Yiddish literature -- Poland -- Periodicals. OCLC lists only 4 runs (Arizona State, Stanford, LOC, U of Washington), all of which appear to be incomplete. Heavy wear & dampstaining to covers, paper also stained, but for the most part solid. (Y-1-13) (ID #16261) $125.00.

94. • UNZER TSAYT
אונזער צײט. SOTSIALISTISHE HOYDESH-SHRIFT. [UNZER CAJT] 1932 [Final Volume], Nr. 2 (Jan). 1928. 1st Edition. Paper Wrappers, Varshe [Warsaw]: Farlag "di Velt", 1932. Paper Wrappers, Large 8vo, 32 pages. Monthly Bundist periodical ran from Vol. I, Nr, 1 (Oct. 1927) to 1932. 23 cm. In Yiddish. Includes: "'Rekhts' un 'Links'" and "Unzer Tsiln," both articles by Victor Alter. Levin (1977) reports that it was in UNZER TSAYT that the very first reports of the Bund's split over the National Question with the Russian Social Democrats were published (in 1927). SUBJECT(S) : Jews -- Poland -- Periodicals. Jewish labor unions -- Periodicals. Socialism and Judaism -- Periodicals. Yiddish literature -- Poland -- Periodicals. OCLC lists only 4 runs (Arizona State, Stanford, LOC, U of Washington), all of which appear to be incomplete. Wear & light dampstaining to covers, paper also stained, but for the most part solid. (Y-1-13) (ID #16262) $30.00. 

95. • UNZER TSAYT
אונזער צײט. SOTSIALISTISHE HOYDESH-SHRIFT. [UNZER CAJT] 1932 [Final Volume], Nr. 4 (May). 1928. 1st Edition. Paper Wrappers, Varshe [Warsaw]: Farlag "di Velt", 1932. Paper Wrappers, Large 8vo, 32 pages. Monthly Bundist periodical ran from Vol. I, Nr, 1 (Oct. 1927) to 1932. 23 cm. In Yiddish. Includes: "Demokratye un Diktatur" by Victor Alter. Levin (1977) reports that it was in UNZER TSAYT that the very first reports of the Bund's split over the National Question with the Russian Social Democrats were published (in 1927). SUBJECT(S) : Jews -- Poland -- Periodicals. Jewish labor unions -- Periodicals. Socialism and Judaism -- Periodicals. Yiddish literature -- Poland -- Periodicals. OCLC lists only 4 runs (Arizona State, Stanford, LOC, U of Washington), all of which appear to be incomplete. Heavy Wear & dampstaining to covers, paper also stained, but for the most part solid. (Y-1-13) (ID #16264) 

96. • Velt Koordinir-Komitet Fun "bund" Un Krubishe Yidishe Sotsialistishe Organizatsies. BIULETIN FUN "BUND." ביולעטין פון "בונד."  NRS. 2 (AUG 1, 1947) & 3 (SEPT 1, 1947) . New York, Der Komitet, 1942. Paper Wrappers, 4to 8 pages. Published by the "World Organization of the "Bund" and Kindred Jewish Socialist Organizations. " This is NOT the monthly of the same name published beginning in 1960. Very scarce Bundist monthly from just after the war; interesting articles critiquing Zionism, the labor movement, Eastern Europe, the refugee crisis, etc. Even using alternate transliterated spellings, we were unable to locate copies of this periodical anywhere (OCLC, YIVO, Harvard, etc) . Presume not many issues published, perhaps none following these included here. Very Good+ Condition. Beautiful examples and very scarce. (Y-41) (ID #16271) $100.00.

97. • VOKH /VOCH. VOL I (NRS. 1-33, 4 OCTOBER 1929-MAY 16 1930) . COMPLETE (NO MORE ISSUED). New York: "Voch" Publication Assoc. , 1929-1930. Cloth, 4to, 16-24 pages each issue. Weekly. 31 cm. In Yiddish. Interesting Yiddish weekly magazine, from the period of the Stock Market Crash. Nr. 1 includes such articles as, "Farvos mir zaynen oroys fun der 'Frayhayt? , '" "Der Moskver 'Emes, ' di Nyu Yorker 'Frayhayt, ' un di Palestiner Pogramen, " etc. SUBJECT (S): Jews -- United States -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 10 holdings worldwide. Professional repair to one leaf, Very Good Condition, bound in period cloth, a beautiful set. (Y-1-15) (ID #16301) $400.00.

98. • Workmen's Circle (U. S.) . KULTUR UN LEBN.
קולטור און לעבן Lot of various issues from vols 2-24. Vol 2(1968, Nr.5-6); vol 3 (Nr. 1, 5); Vol 4 (Nr. 1, 3-5); Vol 5 (Nr. 1-3, 5, 6); Vol 7 (Nr.1); Vol 9 (Nr. 3); Vol 10 (Nr. 1); Vol. 11 (Nrs. 2); Vol 12 (Nr. 2); Vol 13 (2-4); Vol 14 (1-3); Vol 21 (Nr. 1); Vol 24 (Summer 1990, Nr. 2-this is also vol I, Nr. 1 of Horizons "a new periodical"). New York, Workmen's Circle, 1968-1980. Paper Wrappers, 4to, 32 pages each issue. In Yiddish. Bimontly (i. E. 6 times per year) . On the activies of the Workmans Circle/Arbayter Ring. Succeeds: "Horizontn fun Kultur un Lebn. " OCLC lists 9 holdings worldwide. Very Good Condition. (Y-1-16) (ID #16302) $150.00.

99. • Workmen's Circle (U. S. ). KULTUR UN LEBN. קולטור און לעבןLOOSE ISSUES. VOL 9, NR. 3; VOL 13, NR. 4. (DEC. 1978. CELEBRATES THE 60TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ARBAYTER RING SHULN). New York, Workmen's Circle, 1978. Paper Wrappers, 4to, 32 pages. In Yiddish. Bimontly (i. E. 6 times per year) . On the activies of the Workmans Circle/Arbayter Ring. OCLC lists 9 holdings worldwide. Very Good Condition. (Y-1-17) Price is per issue (ID #16303) $20.00. 

100. • Yidisher Visnshaftlekher Institut. ; Ekonomish-Statistishe Sektsye. DI YIDISHE EKONOMIK. VOL I (1937: NRS. 1, 2/3, & 6/8) ; VOL II (1938: NRS. 1/2, 3/4, & 9/10) ; & VOL III (1939, FINAL VOLUME: NRS. 4/6). Wilno [Vilna]: Ekonomish-statistishe sektsye fun Yivo, 1937-1939. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, aprox 75 pages per issue. Yiddish Monthly, lasting from Numer 1 (in May 1937) to 1939. 25 cm. Text in Yiddish; useful table of contents & some summaries in English and Polish. Other Titles: Jidise ekonomik; Ekonomika Zydowska; Jewish economics. "Issued Monthly by the Department of Economics and Statistics, Yiddisch Scientific Institute (YIVO) . " Some articles include: Jewish Commerce in Polish Small Towns (by J. Lestschinsky) ; Tannering Industry in Bolechow (by M. Linder) ; Jewish Cultural Life in Latvia (by Lestschinsky) ; Jewish Immigration to Palestine 1919-1937 (by Linder) ; Jewish Students in the Soviet Union (by B. D. [sic]) ; Emigration in Times of Capitalism Latvia (by Lestschinsky) ; The Jewish Trade in the Region of Bialystok (By Linder.) ; The Textile Industry in Zgierz (by D. Baum) ; The Jewish Population in Poland (by Lestschinsky): The Cultural Life of Jews in Lativa ; The Easter Relief Action in 1935-1937 (by H. Szener) Trials for Race Blaming in Germany (by A. Bergman) ; Wages of Jewish and non-Jewish Workers in Lodz (by B. D.): About a Scheme of Constructive Relief for the Polish Jewry (by Lestschinsky) ; Jewish Immigration into Canada (by Dr. A. Tartakower) ; On the Professional Structure of the Jews in Vienna (by Dr. L. Goldhammer) ; The Woolen-Rug Industry in Kosow (by M. Linder) ; Jewish Truck-Gardening in Antopol (by H. Szener) ; Jewish Agricultural Settlements in Wolyn (by J. Babicki) ; The Jewish in Hungary (by B. D.) ; etc. Each issue include a bibliography as well. SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Economic conditions -- Periodicals. Jews -- Politics and government. Jews -- Social conditions. OCLC lists 6 at least partial holdings, none west of New York State. Wear to wrappers with bit of chipping, paper browning, overall good condition. (ID #16336) $300.00.

101. • Yidisher Visnshaftlekher Institut.; Ekonomish-Statistishe Sektsye. DI YIDISHE EKONOMIK. VOL I (1937: NRS. 1, 2/3, & 6/8) . Wilno [Vilna]: Ekonomish-statistishe sektsye fun Yivo, 1937. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, aprox 75 pages per issue. Yiddish Monthly, lasting from Numer 1 (in May 1937) to 1939. 25 cm. Text in Yiddish; table of contents & some summaries in English and Polish. Other Titles: Jidise ekonomik; Ekonomika Zydowska; Jewish economics. "Issued Monthly by the Department of Economics and Statistics, Yiddisch Scientific Institute (YIVO). " Some articles include: Jewish Commerce in Polish Small Towns (by J. Lestschinsky); Tannering Industry in Bolechow (by M. Linder); Jewish Cultural Life in Latvia (by Lestschinsky); Jewish Immigration to Palestine 1919-1937 (by Linder); Jewish Students in the Soviet Union (by B. D. [sic]); Emigration in Times of Capitalism Latvia (by Lestschinsky); The Jewish Trade in the Region of Bialystok (By Linder. ); The Textile Industry in Zgierz (by D. Baum); The Jewish Population in Poland (by Lestschinsky): The Cultural Life of Jews in Lativa; The Easter Relief Action in 1935-1937 (by H. Szener) Trials for Race Blaming in Germany (by A. Bergman); Wages of Jewish and non-Jewish Workers in Lodz (by B. D. ): About a Scheme of Constructive Relief for the Polish Jewry (by Lestschinsky); Jewish Immigration into Canada (by Dr. A. Tartakower); On the Professional Structure of the Jews in Vienna (by Dr. L. Goldhammer); The Woolen-Rug Industry in Kosow (by M. Linder); Jewish Truck-Gardening in Antopol (by H. Szener); Jewish Agricultural Settlements in Wolyn (by J. Babicki); The Jewish in Hungary (by B. D. ); etc. Each issue include a bibliography as well. SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Economic conditions -- Periodicals. Jews -- Politics and government. Jews -- Social conditions. OCLC lists 6 at least partial holdings, none west of New York State. Wear to wrappers with bit of chipping, paper browning; Issue Nr. 1 lacks the top 2" of the cover with damp stains & some damage to the corresponding 2" of text pages; overall good condition. (Y-17) (ID #16337) $95.00. 

102. • YUGNT-VEKER.
יוּגנט װעקער ORGAN GEVIDMET DI INTERESN FUN DER ARBAYTER-YUGNT. SEPT 15 1922 ZAMLHEFT. Varsha [i. E. Warsaw]: Di Welt, 1922. Paper Wrappers, 4to (tabloid format) , 16 pages. This Yiddish Socialist bi-monthly newspaper for Young people ran from Dec. 1, 1922 until sometime in 1948, in various formats at different times. The journal was later published in Lodz and Paris, and was edited, in succession, by L. Hechtman, J. Mendelsohn, J. Gutgold, & L. Blit. SUBJECT(S): Jewish socialists -- Poland -- Periodicals. Jewish youth -- Poland -- Periodicals. Jews -- Poland -- Periodicals. OCLC lists only 1 holding (NYPL) . Newsprint, so paper is brown & fragile, butall wear is at the extreme margins, with, remarkably, no text loss whatsoever. (Y-28) (ID #16290) $25.00.

103. • YUGNT-VEKER.
יוּגנט װעקערORGAN GEVIDMET DI INTERESN FUN DER ARBAYTER-YUGNT. [JUGNT-WEKER]. NRS. 20, 23, 21, 22, 26, 29, 30, 34, 35, 36. Varsha [i. E. Warsaw]: Di Welt, 1925-26. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, ca. 36 pages each issue. This Yiddish Socialist Monthly/Semimonthly magazine for Young people ran from Dec. 1, 1922 until sometime in 1948. In addition to these issues from 1925-26 out of Warsaw, the journal was later published instead in Lodz and Paris, and was edited, in succession, by L. Hechtman, J. Mendelsohn, J. Gutgold, & L. Blit. SUBJECT (S): Jewish socialists -- Poland -- Periodicals. Jewish youth -- Poland -- Periodicals. Jews -- Poland -- Periodicals. OCLC lists only 1 holding (NYPL) . Nr. 26 has split covers, other issues are Very Good Condtion. (Y-26) (ID #16283) $250.00.

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יוּגנט װעקער ORGAN GEVIDMET DI INTERESN FUN DER ARBAYTER-YUGNT. 83 ISSUES FROM 1927-37, INCLUDING COMPLETE RUNS OF 1927 & 1928. Varsha [i. E. Warsaw]: Di Welt, 1927-37. Paper Wrappers or Cloth, 4to (tabloid format) , 16 pages each issue. Partially Bound in Cloth. Many with photos or Socialist Realism illustrations on cover. This Yiddish Socialist bi-monthly newspaper for Young people ran from Dec. 1, 1922 until sometime in 1948, in various formats at different times. In addition to these issues from 1922-1937 out of Warsaw, the journal was later published instead in Lodz and Paris, and was edited, in succession, by L. Hechtman, J. Mendelsohn, J. Gutgold, & L. Blit. Issues present here are: 1927 [1(38) - 24(60)]; 1928[1(61) - 24(84)]; 1929 [2(86) -5(89) , 7(91) -10(94) , 12(96) , 13(97) , 16(100) , 18(102) , 19(103) , 21(105) , 22(106) , 25(109)]; 1930 [2(111) -14(123) , 20(129)]; 1934 [21(232)]; 1931[7 (141) , 16(15) , 17(151)]; 1937[6 (299)]. SUBJECT(S): Jewish socialists -- Poland -- Periodicals. Jewish youth -- Poland -- Periodicals. Jews -- Poland -- Periodicals. OCLC lists only 1 holding (NYPL) . Bound volume (1927-1928) has heavily worn boards. All are printed on newsprint, so paper is brown, sometimes fragile, sometimes not, generally not split at the binding but sometimes so. In any case, all wear is at the extreme margins, with, remarkably, no text loss whatsoever. (Y-28) (ID #16289) $1,500.00.

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יוּגנט װעקער  ORGAN FUN YUGNT-BUND "TSUKUNFT" IN POYLN. NEW SERIES. COMPLETE RUN OF THE POST-LIBERATION INCARNATION RUNNING NRS. 1-16; & 1949 (PARIS) NRS. 1 & 2. Varsha [i. E. Warsaw] & Paris: Tsukunft, 1946-49. Paper Wrappers, 4to (tabloid format) , 24 pages each issue. Many issues include photos or illustrations on cover. This Yiddish Socialist bi-monthly newspaper for Young people ran from Dec. 1, 1922 until sometime in 1949, in various formats at different times. Very interesting vision of a postwar world of Jewish Socialism by the surviving rememnant in Poland, clearly expressing the Bund position of Dokeit ("thereness") , remaining to build Jewish life within a socialist framework with other nationalities, rather than Zionism; this even on Polish soil in the immediate of the aftermath of the Shoah. SUBJECT(S): Jewish socialists -- Poland -- Periodicals. Jewish youth -- Poland -- Periodicals. Jews -- Poland -- Periodicals. OCLC lists only 1 holding (NYPL) . Newsprint, so paper is brown, but for the most part very solid. What wear there is is at the extreme margins, with, no text loss (Y-28A) (ID #16286) $500.00.

106. • YUGNT-VEKER. יוּגנט װעקער ORGAN GEVIDMET DI INTERESN FUN DER ARBAYTER-YUGNT. [JUGNT-WEKER]. LOOSE VOLUMES: NR. 20 (VOL IV, NR. 5, JULY 25, 1925) , 23 (VOL IV, NR. 8, NOV. 20, 1925) ; NR. 37 (VOL. 5, NR. 11, OCT. 5, 1926). Varsha [i. E. Warsaw]: Di Welt, 1925-26. Paper Wrappers, 8vo (pamphlet format) , ca. 36 pages each issue. This Yiddish Socialist Monthly/Semimonthly magazine for Young people ran from Dec. 1, 1922 until sometime in 1948. In addition to these issues from 1925-26 out of Warsaw, the journal was later published instead in Lodz and Paris, and was edited, in succession, by L. Hechtman, J. Mendelsohn, J. Gutgold, & L. Blit. SUBJECT(S) : Jewish socialists -- Poland -- Periodicals. Jewish youth -- Poland -- Periodicals. Jews -- Poland -- Periodicals. OCLC lists only 1 holding (NYPL) . Very Good Condition. (Y-27) Price is per issue (ID #16284) $25.00. 

107. • YUGNT-VEKER. יוּגנט װעקער ORGAN GEVIDMET DI INTERESN FUN DER ARBAYTER-YUGNT. Loose Issues: . Nrs. 75(1928, Nr. 15); 92 (1929, Nr 8), 103 (1929, Nr. 19), 105 (1929, Nr. 21), 106 (1929, Nr. 22), 112 (1930, Nr 3), 114 (1930, Nr. 5), 115 (1930, Nr. 6), 118 (1930, Nr. 9), 119 (1930, Nr. 10), 120 (1930, Nr. 11), & 129 (1930, Nr. 20). Varsha [i. E. Warsaw]: Di Welt, 1929-30. Paper Wrappers, 4to (tabloid format) , 16 pages each issue. Many with photos or Socialist Realism illustrations on cover. This Yiddish Socialist bi-monthly newspaper for Young people ran from Dec. 1, 1922 until sometime in 1948, in various formats at different times. In addition to these issues from 1929-1930 out of Warsaw, the journal was later published in Lodz and Paris, and was edited, in succession, by L. Hechtman, J. Mendelsohn, J. Gutgold, & L. Blit. Issues present here are: SUBJECT(S) : Jewish socialists -- Poland -- Periodicals. Jewish youth -- Poland -- Periodicals. Jews -- Poland -- Periodicals. OCLC lists only 1 holding (NYPL) . Newsprint, so paper is brown, but solid, not split at the binding. In any case, all wear is at the extreme margins, with, remarkably, no text loss whatsoever. Good Condition(Y-28) . Price is per issue (ID #16291) $25.00. 

108. • YUGNT-VEKER. יוּגנט װעקער ORGAN FUN YUGNT-BUND "TSUKUNFT" IN POYLN. NEW SERIES. NR. 1. FIRST ISSUE IN ITS POST WAR CONFIGURATION, AND THE ONLY ISSUE PUBLISHED IN 1946,. Varsha [i. E. Warsaw]: Tsukunft, 1946. Paper Wrappers, 4to (tabloid format) , 24 pages. Photos on cover. This Yiddish Socialist bi-monthly newspaper for Young people ran from Dec. 1, 1922 until sometime in 1948, in various formats at different times. Very interesting vision of a postwar world of Jewish Socialism by the surviving rememnant in Poland, clearly expressing the Bund position of Dokeit ("thereness") , remaining to build Jewish life within a socialist framework with other nationalities, rather than Zionism; this even on Polish soil in the immediate of the aftermath of the Shoah. SUBJECT(S) : Jewish socialists -- Poland -- Periodicals. Jewish youth -- Poland -- Periodicals. Jews -- Poland -- Periodicals. OCLC lists only 1 holding (NYPL) . Newsprint, so paper is brown, but for the most part very solid. What wear there is is at the extreme margins, with, no text loss (Y-28A) (ID #16287) $60.00. 

109. YUGNT-VEKER. יוּגנט װעקער ORGAN FUN YUGNT-BUND "TSUKUNFT" IN POYLN. NEW SERIES (POST WAR). LOOSE ISSUES: 1947: NRS. 1 (2) , 2(3) , 3(4) , 4 (5) , 7-8 (8-9) , 11/12, 16; . Varsha [i. E. Warsaw] & Paris: Tsukunft, 1946-49. Paper Wrappers, 4to (tabloid format) , 24 pages each issue. Many issues include photos or illustrations on cover. This Yiddish Socialist bi-monthly newspaper for Young people ran from Dec. 1, 1922 until sometime in 1948, in various formats at different times. Very interesting vision of a postwar world of Jewish Socialism by the surviving rememnant in Poland, clearly expressing the Bund position of Dokeit ("thereness") , remaining to build Jewish life within a socialist framework with other nationalities, rather than Zionism; this even on Polish soil in the immediate of the aftermath of the Shoah. 1946 saw only one issue, as reflected by the running issue numbers, in paranteses following the issue number for 1947, above. SUBJECT(S) : Jewish socialists -- Poland -- Periodicals. Jewish youth -- Poland -- Periodicals. Jews -- Poland -- Periodicals. OCLC lists only 1 holding (NYPL) . Newsprint, so paper is brown, but for the most part very solid. What wear there is is at the extreme margins, with, no text loss (Y-28A) Price per issue (ID #16288) $40.00. 

110. • Zhitlowsky, Chaim; & Niger, Samuel; Eds. DOS NAYE LEBN
דאַס נײע לעבן [DOS NEYE LEBEN]: A MONATLAKHER ZSHURNAL FAR KULTUR UN GEZELSHAFTLIKHE FRAGEN. VOL I [ONLY VOLUME ISSUED] NRS. 2-11. A NEARLY COMPLETE RUN, LACKING ONLY THE 1ST ISSUE. New York: Dos Neye Leben Pub. Corp. , 1922-1923. Paper Wrappers, 4to, ca. 70 pages each issue. Yiddish Monthly which survived 11 issues from Oct. 1922) -Sept. 1923. 26 cm. Zhitlowsky, an emigrant socialist revolutionary, sought to synthesize socialism with nationalism as early as 1883. He demanded for Jews "national equal rights with all peoples" and asserted that only through the Yiddish language could the social and national revival of the Jewish people be effected. He maintained that one could remain identified with the Jewish nationality even if abandoning the Jewish religion. He urged the Jewish masses to participate in the class struggle as a national unit. Alone among the cosmopolitan Jewish socialists he favored national socialism. In 1897 he began publishing philosophical studies in Jewish history and a comprehensive program of action which later appeared in book form as Pisma o starom I novom yevreystvie ("Letters on Old and Modern Judaism, " 1907) . His main thesis was that national consciousness consists mainly of spiritual-cultural determinants and that these national characteristics can be maintained by the Jews in the future in the lands of their dispersion, just as they have survived the lack of territory or unity of language since the end of the second commonwealth. After emancipation of the individual the Jews as a group should be granted national self-government within the framework of the state along with other national minorities. His secularization of the national idea as opposed to those who saw the essence of Judaism in religion, and his optimistic view of the future of Judaism in the Diaspora, were the main underpinnings of his insistence on national cultural autonomy. Zhitlowsky was "in favor of the centrality of Yiddish in the national Jewish experience and labored toward the recognition of that language, and of those who lived out their lives in it, as one of the several cultural linguistic communities of Eastern Europe, and of the Western world as a whole" (Isaac Levitas, et al, in EJ) . OCLC lists 8 holdings worldwide. Very Good Condition. An exceptionally attractive set, nearly complete. (Y-31) (ID #16280) $400.00.

111. • Zibel, R. Z. , editor. DER NAYER VEG
דער נײער װעג : ORGAN FIR DI INTERESSEN FUN DEM YUDISHEN PROLETARIAT. NRS 1 (DATE? 1906) -25 (JAN 1907) , COMPLETE THUS, PERHAPS A COMPLETE RUN OF THE ENTIRE SERIES. Vilna [Vilnius]: World Socialist Union of Jewish Workers--Po'alei Zion, 1906-1907. Cloth, 4to, aprox 50 pages per issue. In Yiddish. "The central organ of the Zionist Socialists was the weekly Der Nayer Veg, (The New Way) , published in Vilna from 1906 to 1907, when it was closed despite theoretical freedom of the press" (YIVO, "Jewish Newspapers and Periodicals, " n. d.) . The "Zionist Socialist Workers' Party (or S. S. , the initials of [Sionistsko-Sotsialisticheskaya,] "Zionists-Socialists" in Russian) , [a] territorialist group in Russia [, was] founded at a conference held (interrupted as a result of the arrests of its participants) in Odessa, in January-February 1905. The party was the outcome of the rift between two conflicting tendencies in Po'alei Zion in 1903-04, and though efforts were made to unite the separate groups into a united Zionist Socialist party, the ideological differentiation led to three distinct trends: territorialist, autonomist, and Erez-Israel-centered. There were also differences on the participation of Jewish socialists in the revolutionary struggle in Russia. Among the leaders and activists of the party were: N. Syrkin, J. W. Latzky-Bertholdi, the brothers Jacob and Joseph Lestschinsky, G. Abramowitz (Avrahami) , J. Chernikhov (Danieli) , M. Rashkes, M. Litvakov, A. Yoffe, M. Shatz-Anin, S. Niger, the brothers David and Moses Gepstein, J. Pat, D. Lvovich, B. Zelikovich (M. Gutman) , Samuel Weizmann, and A. Sokolovski. B. Dinur (Dinaburg) , B. Katznelson, A. Harzfeld, M. D. Remez (Drabkin) , as well as S. Mikhoels, A. Leyeles Glanz, and Elisha Rodin, who belonged to it during various periods. In its foundation statement the party adhered to territorialism, arguing that the essence of Zionism was its "social economic content, " and not "the revival of the Jewish land, Jewish culture, and Jewish tradition. " Therefore, "there is no organic link between Zionism and Palestine. " Because the S. S. had rejected the purely autonomist principle of "Sejmism, " the supporters of the Vozrozhdeniye group rapidly seceded from it. The party participated in the Seventh Zionist Congress (Summer 1905) , after which it left the Zionist Organization, supporting the Jewish territorialist organization founded by I. Zangwill. The first proper convention of the party was held in Leipzig (March 1906) and decided to change its name, but it postponed it until the establishment of a Jewish world socialist organization (EJ) . SUBJECT(S): Jewish socialists -- Lithuania -- Periodicals. Jews -- Lithuania -- Periodicals. OCLC lists one holding worldwide (NYPL) . Wear to cloth, paper is much better than expected, no chips, etc. Nice! (ID #16338) $1,000.00.

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112. • Dulzin, A. L. (Arieh L.) . DRAY HUNDERT YOR YIDISHE PRESEVEZN IN DER VELT, 1675-1975. 300
יאר יידישע פרעסע תלײן־תשלײן. 1675-1975 Yerushalayim: Tsienistishe velt organizatsye, Departament far organizatsye un oyfklerung, 1975. Paper Wrappers, 4to, 85 pages. 27 cm. In Yiddish. SUBJECT (S): Jewish periodicals -- History and criticism. Jewish newspapers -- History and criticism. OCLC lists 11 copies worldwide. (CT-12) Very Good Condition. (ID #15094) $100.00. 

113. • Fraenkel, Josef. THE JEWISH PRESS OF THE WORLD. London: Cultural Department of the World Jewish Congress, 1956. Fourth edition. Wrappers; 8vo. 78 pages. Jews -- Periodicals -- Directories. Jewish newspapers -- Directories. OCLC lists nineteen copies worldwide. Cover soil; pages very brown. Lower right corner chipped off; half-inch tear in lower left cover. Good condition. (CT-3) (ID #14777) $20.00. 

114. • Glatstein, Jacob; Niger, Samuel; & Rogoff, Harry. FINF UN ZIBETSIK YOR YIDISHE PRESE IN AMERIKE, 1870-1945. Nyu York: Y. L. Perets shrayber farayn, 1945. Paper Wrappers, 4to, 196 pages. Includes illustrations & portraits. 28 cm. In Yiddish. "Seventy Five Years of the Yiddish Press in America." SUBJECT (S): Journalism -- United States -- History. Yiddish newspapers -- United States. Yiddish newspapers -- United States -- History. Also includes title in English: "75 [Seventy-five] years Yiddish press in the United States of America 1870-1945" OCLC lists 17 copies worldwide. Good Condition. (Y-23) (ID #16296) $50.00. 

115. • Singerman, Robert, compiler. JEWISH SERIALS OF THE WORLD: A RESEARCH BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SECONDARY SOURCES. New York: Greenwood Press, 1986. Cloth; 8vo. Xxii, 377 pages. Subject and author indices at back of book. Subjects: Jewish periodicals -- History and criticism -- Bibliography. Jews -- Periodicals -- History and criticism -- Bibliography. Périodiques juifs -- Histoire et critique -- Bibliographie. Juifs -- Périodiques -- Histoire et critique -- Bibliographie. Excellent condition. (CT-7) (ID #14843) $75.00.