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Tsemakh Kopelson

Title: Tsemakh Kopelson
Inclusive Dates: 1897-1923
ID: RG 1403
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Tsemakh Kopelson (1869, Vilna - 1933, Moscow) was one of the pioneers of the Bund. In 1895, he emigrated from Russia and lived in France and Switzerland (in Bern and Geneva). He was a member of the Foreign Committee of the Bund from 1900-1905, and took part in a number of Bund congresses and conferences.  In 1905, he returned to Russia, and from 1908-1923  lived in New York. In 1923, he returned to Russia (then the USSR). Among the aliases he used were Timofei, Grishin, and Polyakevitch.
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Inventory, English, 7 pp., typed
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Collection Material Type: Personal Papers
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