Melman, Meir, 1900-1978
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Zisha Katz, Majer Ajzenberg, Chaim David Ariel, Roza Burdo-Antowilska, Tsipa Abelman, David Beigelman, Abram Blat, Adolf Berman, Hersh Balbirski, Chaim Brakarz, Sam Bronetski, Max Bozyk, Szyja Borodow, Karl Cymbalist, Leah Dikhtenberg, Władysław Godik, Kalman Gutman, Moshe Gurwicz, Leon Getlicherman, Abram Icchok Gotfrid, David Hamburger, David Keyzerovitsh, Morris Kenig, Natan Reichenberg, Meir Melman, Shmuel Mandel (Migdalowicz), Chaim Nisentsvayg, Wolf Neuhaus, Isaac Nozyk, Max Pokoy, Moshe Poznanski, Jacob Rotbaum, Julius Rakow, Josef Strugacz, Berl Shvartsshteyn, Gustav Shvartsbard, A. M. Segal, Turkiewicz, Trachtenberg, Tufman, L. Zelman, M. Zandberg, Mendel Wicher.
This series contains documents from actors, singers, composers, directors, all members of the YAF in Poland. These documents include correspondence, convention delegate cards, photographs, certificates, questionnaire forms, reviews, and other materials relating to individuals.
The Friends of Ida Kaminska Foundation, Inc. was formed in 1969, shortly after the world-renowned Yiddish actress, Ida Kaminska, immigrated to the United States. The purpose of the foundation was to establish, fund, and promote the Ida Kaminska Theatre in New York. Though the foundation managed to put together one theatrical production, financial difficulties forced the foundation to stop its activities in 1973.
In roles in "Di velf" by L. Andreyev, in the Varshever Yidisher Kunst-Teater production, 1926; and as Paul Muster in "Mutershaft" by V. Vynnychenko. 2 items.