Weinstock, Joseph, 1858-1930
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
וויינשטאָק, יאָזעף / Weinstock, Joseph, undated, 1902, 1915-1922
Localities: Baltimore, Chicago, Montreal, Pittsburgh, Waterbury
Several items are for evenings honoring Weinstock in Chicago and Montreal, featuring him in the plays "Darf a man khasene hoben?" by Zolatarevsky, "Di yugend un di elter," "Ver iz shuldig?" and Moishe Richter's "Di kraft fun libe." Two items feature Weinstock as a cantor singing at religious services. 7 items.
וויינשטאָק, יאָזעף / Weinstock, Joseph, undated
This subseries comprises approximately 1,000 oversize posters stored in map drawers. In Jonas Turkow's arrangement and cataloging of the items in the collection, oversize posters were fully integrated with the playbills found in Subseries 3; the item numbers they received fall within the same sequence as those of the playbills. Both types of items were categorized under the Yiddish heading "afishn" (posters, playbills; related to the French: affiche). The arrangement of the posters, therefore, mirrors that of the playbills in Subseries 3, with correponding folder titles and numbers (the folders containing posters are distinguished with the addition of a suffix "P" to the folder number).
וויינשטאָק, יאָזעף / Weinstock, Joseph, undated, 1895-1914
Includes two letters and three telegrams, 1895-1908, mostly addressed to Weinstock, in localities Vienna, Berlin, and Chicago, concerning engagements; an item of memorabilia consisting of a poem written in a decorated notebook, addressed to Weinstock in honor of his 35th anniversary on the stage, from Israel Zamonski, Pavilion Theater, London, 1914; a receipt, 1896, from Cairo, Egypt; and eight clippings. 15 items.
וויינשטאָק, יאָזעף / Weinstock, Joseph, 1921
Program for "Minke di dinst moyd" by Leon Kobrin, with an advertisement for an honorary evening for Weinstock, to include performance of the play "Di yugend un di elter," and also a piano concert by his daughter Gertrude Weinstock (later known as Gitta Gradova). 1 item.