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Aaron Glanz-Leieles

Title: Aaron Glanz-Leieles
Inclusive Dates: 1914-1966
ID: RG 556 
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7'11"; 15 5"ltr; 4 5"lgl
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Yiddish poet, writer, teacher, speaker, lecturer, editor. His prose appeared under the name A. Glanz and his poetry under the pseudonym A. Leieles.  Founder and long-standing member of many Yiddish educational and cultural institutions in the U.S. and Canada including the Jewish Writers Union, Workmen's Circle Schools, Yiddish Culture Society, Congress for Jewish Culture, American branch of YIVO.  Together with Jacob Glatstein and Nahum Baruch Minkoff, Glanz-Leieles published the journal *In zikh* which appeared from 1920 to 1940. Periodicals Glanz-Leieles either wrote for, edited or co-edited: *Dos naye lebn* (N.Y.), *In zikh* (N.Y.), *Unser vort*, *Dos naye land*, *Zukunft*, *Yidisher kemfer*, *Freie Arbeiter Stimme* (N.Y.), *Folks shtime* (N.Y.), *Yiddishes Tageblatt* (N.Y.), *Der tog* (N.Y.), *Der groiser kundes*, *Der hamer*, *Der veker*, *Literarishe bleter*, *Di goldene keyt* (Tel Aviv). Born in Wloclawek, Poland.  Moved to London in 1905.  Immigrated to the U.S. in 1909 and settled in New York.
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Inventory: Yiddish, 50 pp., ms
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