Mark, Yudel, 1897-1975
- Existence: 1897-11-02 - 1975-08-02
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of correspondence with Yiddish literary figures. Included are letters from Benjamin Jacob Bialostotzky, Leibush Lehrer, Lippa Lehrer, Yudel Mark.
Correspondence relating primarily to the Groyser verterbukh fun der yidisher shprakh (Great Dictionary of the Yiddish Language). Correspondents include Hyman (Chaim) Bass, Szymon Dawidowicz, Leibush Lehrer, Yudel Mark, Joseph Mlotek, Shlomo Noble, Max Weinreich.
Correspondence with Yiddish literary figures, including H. Leivick, Yudel Mark, Jacob Milch, Kadia Molodowsky, David Pinsky, Melech Ravitch, Abraham Reisen, Jonas Turkow. Correspondence with family. Typescripts and mimeographed copies of Rothbart's memoirs.
Correspondence with individuals including Salo Baron, Bernard Baruch, Sidor Belarsky, Ber Borochov, Judah Leob (Leib) Cahan, Jacob de Haas, Mendl Elkin, Ben Zion Goldberg, Alexander Harkavy, Ephim Jeshurin, Yudel Mark, Kalman Marmor, Henry Morgenthau, Melech Ravitch, Zalman Reisen, Edward Sapir, Max Weinreich, Uriel Weinreich, Yehoash. Correspondence with organizations. Family correspondence. Letters from former students. Biographical materials, such as curriculum vitae, autobiographical notes, I.D. cards, letters of recommendation. Financial records. Clippings of Joffe's publications, of articles about him. Reports, minutes, plans, memoranda and correspondence relating to the Great Dictionary of the Yiddish Language. Materials relating to the YIVO Institute. Notes of Executive Committee meetings. Notes on Board of Directors meetings. Materials of the Research and Training Division. Materials on YIVO Annual Conferences. Materials on the YIVO in Vilna. Materials relating to Joffe's courses and lectures: notes on Yiddish courses, Yiddish composition, phonetics, morphology, etymology. Materials relating to the following topics: dictionaries; Russian literature and linguistics; Old-Yiddish language and literature; the Bove-bukh by Elias Levita (Elia Bachur). Materials relating to music, musicians, Yiddish songs, music institutions, recordings. Folklore materials: folksongs, proverbs, anecdotes.
The Lithuanian Jewish Communities Collection is comprised of documents relating to Jewish cultural, religious, social, political, and economic life in approximately 150 towns in Lithuania. The bulk of the collection pertains to the period between 1919 and 1926, when elements of a system of Jewish national autonomy existed within the Lithuanian state, including a Ministry of Jewish Affairs and governmentally empowered Jewish community councils. Smaller parts of the collection relate to the periods before (1860-1918) and after (1927-1940) the autonomy.
Correspondence with Yiddish writers and theater personalities including A. Almi, Salo Baron, Yitzhak Dov Berkowitz, Menahem Boraisha, Reuben Brainin, Daniel Charney, Mendl Elkin, Peretz Hirschbein, Yudel Mark, David Pinsky, Melech Ravitch, Zalman Reisen, Maurice Schwartz, Abraham Sutzkever, Zalmen Zylbercweig. Correspondence with organizations including Congress for Jewish Culture, American Jewish Historical Society, Jewish National Workers Alliance, Jewish Daily Forward. Programs and playbills of theatrical performances. Manuscripts of radio scripts, translations of works by Shakespeare. Clippings of articles by and about Schweid, including reviews and obituaries. Material for an anthology of German-Jewish authors.
Personal correspondence with family and friends from Kaunas, Lithuania and Israel. Correspondence with literary figures including Daniel Charney, Leibush Lehrer, Yudel Mark, Zalman Reisen, Baruch Vladeck, Max Weinreich, Aaron Zeitlin. Autobiographical manuscript by David Tomback about his work in the organization Kultur Lige in Kaunas. Manuscripts about Jewish life in Pilviskis, Lithuania.
The papers relate to Mark's position as consultant at the Jewish Education Committee, to his activities in the field of education and to his literary career. Correspondence with Yiddish literary and educational figures, such as Ephraim Auerbach, Aaron Glanz-Leieles, Jacob Glatstein, Abraham Golomb, Chaim Grade, David Ignatoff, Chaim Kazdan, Leibush Lehrer, Joseph Mlotek, Shmuel Niger, Chaim Ormian, Abraham Reisen, Mordkhe Schaechter, Isaac Bashevis Singer, Isaac Nachman Steinberg, Abraham Sutzkever, Max Weinreich, Uriel Weinreich. Correspondence with organizations. Materials relating to the Commission for Yiddish Schools of the Jewish Education Committee: minutes, circulars, reports, surveys, curricula, examinations, Yiddish for adults, visits to schools. Circulars, correspondence with the Teacher's Association, 1943-1963. Circulars and reports of the Sholem Aleichem Folk Institute. Essay contests of the Yiddish P.E.N. Club: list of topics, winners. Congress for Jewish Culture: correspondence, circulars, reports, 1940-1963. Correspondence with YIVO. Manuscripts by Yudel Mark: articles on Yiddish, Jewish education, Yiddish literature. Manuscripts by other writers on educational topics. Surveys on the use of Yiddish conducted in various states.
The collection consists of correspondence, articles, photographs, and manuscripts relating to Weprinsky's literary activities. Correspondence with Dina Abramowicz, Irving Howe, Malka Lee, Itzik Manger, Mani Leib, Yudel Mark, Joseph Mlotek, Melech Ravitch, Joseph Rolnick, Dov Sadan, I.J. Schwartz, Yechiel Yeshaia Trunk, Malka Heifetz Tussman, Uriel Weinreich. Articles by and about Weprinsky. Translations of Weprinsky's poems.
This collection contains the administrative records of Jewish Education Committee as well as materials from the National Council for Jewish Education and the American Association for Jewish Education. The Jewish Education Committee was a Jewish educational organization in New York concerned with coordination of educational activities as well as development of educational resources for the Jewish secular school systems in the U.S. and was organized in June 1939. Materials include correspondence, memoranda, minutes, reports, conference materials, surveys, and publications.