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Lodz Maintains Jewish Library with Yiddish and Hebrew Books

The city of Lodz, Poland, maintains a Jewish library consisting of 15,000 books, most of them in Yiddish and Hebrew, according to a report in the Warsaw Yiddish-language newspaper. Folkshtimme, received here today. The report states that the library has 300 regular readers. The most popular authors among the library’s regular readers are Sholem Aleichem Sholem Asch. I. L. Peretz, and Mendele Mocher Seforim.

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