Adler, Jacob P., 1855-1926
- Existence: 1855 - 1926
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains the personal and professional papers of Celia Adler and Lazar Freed, including theatrical materials such as scripts, programs and sheet music, correspondence, newspaper clippings, assorted publications, and photographs of many of the members of the Adler family and their friends from the Yiddish theater. These materials reflect the wide scope of the Adler acting family and their immense influence on Yiddish theater, Broadway and motion pictures.
Manuscripts of Kobrin's plays, stories, memoirs and fragments of novels. Clippings of Kobrin's articles and about Kobrin's life, 1920s - 1940s. Correspondence with individuals including Jacob P. Adler, S. An-Ski, Shalom Asch, Abraham Cahan, Ossip Dymow, Ben Zion Goldberg, Jacob Gordin, Alexander Harkavy, Isaac A. Hourwich, Abraham Liessin, Kalman Marmor, Shmuel Niger, Maurice Schwartz, Boris Thomashefsky, Baruch Vladeck, Yehoash, Chaim Zhitlowsky.
Locality: New York
Three-part program, featuring Adler in "Der fremder" by Jacob Gordin. Other performers are Vilna Troupe actors, including Sonia Alomis. 1 item.
Localities: New York, Pittsburgh
Flier for an appearance of Adler and Bessie Thomashefsky (photos of both) in a folk concert, along with Ossip Dymow's one-act play "The Tragedy of the Comedy." Flier for the film Der idisher kenig lir (The Yiddish King Lear). 2 items.
קאַפּלאַן, יצחק / Kaplan, Isidore (Yitskhok). אייגן בלוט / Eygn blut (Own Blood). Life portrait in 5 acts, 1914
On the title page, the title is given only in Roman characters, as "Eigin Blut." Signed in Russian, as copied by A. G., 28 December 1914 (last page). Signed at top of title page: "J. Jagehof"[?] in Roman characters. Stamp of the Yidisher Artistn Fareyn in Poyln. Accession no. 409/3670 (stamp).
Translated/adapted by Kaplan, based on the German-language play Schuld der shuldlosen (cited on title page in Yiddish as "Di shuld fun di unshuldige"), by Adolf Stoltze (1842-1933). Revised/adapted by Jacob Adler (indicated in Russian on the title page).