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Portal to America: the Lower East Side, 1870-1925.

Author: Allon Schoener; Jewish Museum (New York, N.Y.).
Publisher: New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston [1967]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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Schoener, Allon.
Portal to America.
New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston [1967]
(OCoLC)652217195
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Allon Schoener; Jewish Museum (New York, N.Y.).
OCLC Number: 477218
Notes: Includes material from the exhibition, The Lower East Side: portal to American life, 1870-1924, held at the Jewish Museum in 1966.
Description: 256 pages illustrations, facsimiles 27 cm
Contents: Immigration. I discover America, Abraham Cahan (The rise of David Levinsky) ; The history of American immigration, The New York Times, January 31, 1897 ; Ellis Island, new buildings, The New York Times, December 3, 1900 ; Influx of Jewish immigrants, Evening Post, January 7, 1905 ; Are we facing in immigration peril?, The New York Times, January 29, 1905--
The street. The ghetto market, Hester Street, The New York Times, November 14, 1897 ; East Side Street vendors, The New York Times, July 30, 1893 ; Thursday in Hester Street, New York Tribune, September 15, 1898 ; The delights of haggling, New York Tribune, July 28, 1901 ; Streets buried in filth, The New York Times, March 6, 1893 ; Hester Street enjoys a bath, The New York Times, August 15, 1893 ; Preaching Christ to angry Jews, Evening Post, June17, 1899 ; Rowdies annoy Jews, New York Tribune, October 2, 1905 ; 50,000 marchers mourn Kishinev massacre, Evening Post, December 4, 1905 ; Playgrounds of asphalt, New York Tribune, July 5, 1896 --
Adaptation. Rush to be naturalized, Evening Post, August 7, 1900 ; Religious life, New York Tribune, August 16, 1903 ; A school for Hebrew, New York Tribune, November 12, 1899 ; When the shofar blows, Evening Post, September 25, 1897 ; Killing for kosher meat, Evening Post, June 26, 1897 ; The Passover bread, New York Tribune, April 20, 1902 ; Orthodox inconvenient, New York Tribune, October 15, 1905 ; Shadchens find business bad, New York Tribune, September 30, 1900 ; Going under the chupah, New York Tribune, January 9, 1898 ; Buying a doctor, New York Tribune, June 30, 1901 ; Keeping in style, New York Tribune, August 26, 1900 ; New names for East Siders, New York Tribune, July 3, 1898 ; The East Side boy, New York Tribune, September 2, 1900 ; East Side love of learning, New York Tribune, September 18, 1898 ; Citizens in the making, Evening Post, January 10, 1903 ; The largest public school in the world, New York Tribune, September 16, 1906 ; East Side women stone schoolhouses, New York Tribune, June 28, 1906 ; Jew babes at the library, Evening Post, October 3, 1903 ; The University Settlement's work, The New York Times, November 25, 1900 ; The candy store--a new social center / New York Tribune April 22, 1900 ; In the East Side cafes, New York Tribune, September 30, 1900 ; Yiddish theater, Hutchins Hapgood (The spirit of the ghetto) --
Work. Sweatshop girl tailors, New York Tribune, June 18, 1897 ; Socialists parade on May Day, The New York Times, May 2, 1897 ; Contractor at center of the sweating system, John R. Commons (U.S. Industrial Commission, Reports, 1901) ; "60,000 children in sweatshops," Edwin Markham, Cosmopolitan Mag., Jan. 1907 ; Governor Roosevelt visits sweatshops, The New York Times, June 6, 1900 ; 13,000 tailors on strike, The New York Times, July 29, 1895 ; Police club strikers, New York Tribune, August 10, 1905 ; "Task work bowing to factory system," Ernest Poole, The Outlook, Nov. 21, 1903 ; The Triangle fire, New York World, March 26, 1911 --
Residence. Lillian Wald's new case notes, July 7, 1893 ; For better tenements, The New York Times, January 18, 1895 ; Landlords permit wickedness to flourish, New York Tribune, November 25, 1900 ; Changes on the East Side, The New York Times, July 9, 1899 ; Slums that once were, New York Tribune, July 30, 1899 --
Bintel briefs (Jewish Daily Forward). Your constant reader, February 27, 1906 ; The Russian mother, February 8, 1906 ; Youah Mednikoff, March 6, 1906 ; Joseph Thest, January 20, 1906 ; Kaufman Ongel, February 22, 1906 ; Anonymous, February 4, 1906 ; A despondent son-in-law, April 1, 1906 ; An unhappy father, March 22, 1906 ; Your reade, S.G., February 6, 1906 ; Raphael Kislikoff February 13, 1906 ; The troubled mother, February 5, 1906 ; The woman's husband, March 27, 1906 ; The peculair daughter, March 9, 1906 ; Gussie Frug, February 2, 1906 ; G.R., March 22, 1906 ; Hyman Frumkin, February 20, 1906 ; Trilby, February 26, 1906 ; An unfortunate woman, February 15, 1906 ; The unhappy father, March 15, 1906 ; Rose Eisenberg, March 13, 1906 ; B. Silberstieg, February 11, 1906.

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