New York: Ordn Shuln, 1945- 1947. Hardcover. Item #29733
(FT) Cloth, 4to, Monthly periodicals (except June-Sept. ) , 16 pages each issue, illustrated. Itche Goldberg (1904-2006) was born in Apt, Poland, and grew up in Warsaw. Since his arrival in Canada in 1920 as a teenager, the name Itche Goldberg has been synonymous with the linke (progressive) Yiddish movement. In 1925 Itche started Yungvelt, Canada's first secular Jewish children's camp. In 1932 he moved to New York City and from 1933 until the mid-1970s he was director of the Yiddish schools and cultural programs of the International Workers Order/Jewish People's Fraternal Order. He founded the journal called ‘Yungvarg’ to record school and camp activities. (JPFO) . SUBJECT(S) : Children --- magazine --- periodicals. OCLC lists 7 copies worldwide. Almost all issues are missing the quiz section at the end. Vol.8, No.5 has a tear on page 13/14. Pages tanned, Very good condition (YIDCHI-5-45).