Felix Goldberg Memoir, ca.1930.
Call no.: MS 200
Felix Goldberg (1866-1948) was born in Zhuprahn, Lithuania in 1866, emigrating with his second wife, Janet Zelda, to the United States at the turn of the century. Although trained as an engraver, Goldberg was frequently unable to practice his trade due to ill health, and was supported by the boarding house for factory workers and itinerant ice harvesters run by his wife.
A loosely autobiographical manuscript written in Yiddish in the early 1930s by Felix Goldberg, an engraver who immigrated to the U.S. around 1900.
- Immigrants--United States--Biography
- Jews, Lithuanian--United States--Biography
- Goldberg, Felix, ca. 1866-1948
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