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Kinderland, Volume 3, Number 6-7, June-July, 1923
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Title
Kinderland, Volume 3, Number 6-7, June-July, 1923
קינדערלאנד, יוני–יולי, 1923
Kinderland, Yuni-Yuli, 1923
Work Type
magazines (periodicals)
communism
educating
children's literature
historical figures
authors
publications
essays
sketches
graphic document genres
lithographs
political ideologies and attitudes
logotypes
logotypes
Date
1923-06
Location
175 East Broadway, New York, New York
New York, New York, United States
Description
Children's magazine Kinderland published by the Arbeter Ring. Contents this issue: The Second Song (or poem) of the Kingdom on the Other Side of the River, by Naftali Gross. Tsigele-Migele, by Chaver-Paver. Snow in May (poem), by Yitzkhok (Y.A.) Rontsh. The Story of Copper Mountain, by Moyshe Nadir. My Twin, and The Lonely Child, by schoolchildren in Chicago and Harlem Arbeter Ring schools. Riddles. News (unattributed), including a note on Morris Rosenfeld's death, and one on the coming of seven-year locusts. A photo of six school graduates, followed by more children's writing. The journal did not survive the tensions of the coming political schism between the Arbeter Ring (Workmen's Circle) and the Order. This is the last issue. Beginning in January 1930, the Ordn Shuln briefly published an unrelated magazine also titled Kinderland.
Yiddish
Naomi Prawer Kadar's book "Raising Secular Jews", notes that starting in mid 1922, and dramatically by February 1923, the Arbeter Ring journal Kinderland became less doctrinaire, and more sympathetic to Jewish themes under the sole editorship of Yisroel Shteynboym (Israel Steinbaum).
Repository
Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Martin P. Catherwood Library, Cornell University
International Workers Order (IWO) Records, 1915-2002 (KCL05276)
Accession Number
50
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ID Number
5276b50f01_07
Source
International Workers Order (IWO) Records #5276. Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Cornell University Library.
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