Lives in the Yiddish Theatre
THE JACOB P. ADLER MEMORIAL COMMITTEE, 1928
A Performance to Defray the Costs of his Funeral

 

JOSEPH BARONDESS, Chairman

         SAMUEL PALEY, Treasurer

CHAS. W. GROLL, Secretary

        COMMITTEE

 

ABRAMOWITZ, MORRIS
ACKERMAN, SIMON
BARONDESS, JOSEPH
BEN-AMI, JACOB

BERGMAN, MORRIS
BERNSTEIN, JOHN L.
BLANK, LEON
BLUMBERG, MAX

BRAININ, RUBIN

CHALIFF. LOUIS

DANZES, M.

DEUTSCH, ADOLPH

DEUTSCH, JOSEPH

DINGOL, S.

DYMOW, OSIP

EDELSTEIN, ISIDORE

EDELSTEIN, JOSEPH

EHRENREICH, H.

EISEMAN, MORRIS

FISCHMAN, JACOB

FEINGOLD, M.

FINK, RUBIN

FRIEDMAN (YANKEE), I.

GABEL, MAX

GABEL-GOLDSTEIN, JENNIE

GOLDBERG, ABE

GOLDBERG, LOUIS

GOLDBERG, NATHAN

GOLDENBURG, SAMUEL

GOLDSTEIN, LOUIS

GOLDSTEIN, ZINA

GORIN, MRS.

GREENFIELD, JEAN

GROLL-KARP, ROSE

GREENBERG, NATHAN

GUSKIN, RUBIN

GUDINSKY, BELLA MILLMAN

HELD, ADOLPH

HELD, DR. I. W.

HERZOG, SAM

JACOBS, JACOB

JONAS, MAX

KALICH, BERTHA

KALICH, JACOB

KORALNIK, DR.

KOBRIN, LEON

KOPOLOWITZ, J.

KRIMSKY, DR.

KUGEL, S. H.

KULOCK, M.

LAMPORT, DR. JULIUS

LARRIMORE, FRANCES

LEBEDEF, AARON

LEVINE, ADOLPH

LIBIN, Z.

LIPSCHITZ, MORRIS

LIPSHITZ, ISAAC

MARCUS, BERNARD K.

MARGOSHES, DR.

MARINOFF, JACOB

MEYERS, LOUIS

MILLMAN, ABE

MOSESSOHN, DAVID M.

MUKDONI, DR.

NATHANSON, JULIUS

OLTARSH, DAVID M.

PALEY, SAMUEL

PASTERNACK, WM.

PARNESS, NATHAN

PICON, MOLLY

RELKIN, EDWIN A.

RODKINSON, RUDOLPH MARKS

ROLLAND, WILLIAM

ROVENGER, JACOB

RUBINSTEIN, Z.

RUMSHINSKY, JOSEPH

SAKS, M.

SARASOHN, ABRAHAM H.

SATZ, LUDWIG

SCHMUKLER, PETER

SCHLESINGER, BENJ.

SHOLOM-ALEICHEM, MRS.

SCHWEITZER, MRS.

SHAPIRO, MRS.

SOLOTOROFF, MRS.

SCHWARTZ, MAURICE

SCHORR, ANSHEL

SCHORR, DORA WEISSMAN

SCHORR, MOISHE

SIEGELSTEIN, B.

THOMASHEFSKY, BORIS

VLADEK, B.

WEINTRAUB, SIGMUND

WEINSTOCK, LOUIS

WEISENFREUND, MOONEY

WEINBERG, MORRIS

WEINBLATT, CHARLES

WATTENBERG, PHILLIP

WILLNER, MAX R.

WITTY, HENRY

WITTY, SAMUEL

WINTER, BENJAMIN

YUDSON, S.

YEHOASH, MRS.

ZUNSER, CHAS.
 

 

(323) 655-7700

                                                                                              




March, 1928.




 
Dear Friend :

         After an active and uninterrupted service for half a century to the Jewish Theatre by the late Jacob P. Adler, and in recognition of is unselfish devotion to his art, the members of the Yiddish Theatrical Profession, his friends and public spirited citizens have formed the Jacob P. Adler Memorial Committee, for the purpose of raising sufficient funds to defray the indebtedness incurred for his funeral, and to erect a suitable and befitting monument upon his grave.
 

          For that purpose the Committee has arranged a matinee performance to take place at the Public Theatre, Second Avenue and 4th Street, on Wednesday afternoon, March 21, 1928, in which all of the leading artists as well as all members of the Yiddish theatrical profession, without exception, will participate.
 

          We are anxious that all seats for this performance be oversubscribed and that the public do its share toward defraying the necessary expense as well as showing its appreciation of the sterling art and immortal service of this great artist to his people.
 

          We take the liberty of enclosing        tickets for this performance, for which we will be thankful to you for your remittance by return mail.  The tickets bear no prices and we shall be thankful for whatever you may wish to contribute toward this worthy cause.
 

          Make checks payable to the order of Jacob P. Adler Memorial Committee.  A self-addressed reply envelope is herewith enclosed.

 

                                      
                                  Yours very truly,
 
                                         Joseph Barondess, Chairman
                                         Samuel Paley, Treasurer
                                         Chas. W. Groll, Secretary
 


 

 


 

 

 

 


 

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