More than two hundred writers and friends of the late Hebrew poet, Solomon Blumgarten, who wrote under the name Yehoash gathered at his grave in Montefiore Cemetery, Sunday, when a tombstone, designed by the sculptor Goodelman, was unveiled.
Alexander Harkavy representatives of the J. L. Peretz Writer’s Club the P. E. N. Club, the Kulturgeselschaft the Jewish Teacher’s Seminary and the Poale Zion, delivered addresses. J. Opotashu read Psalms translated into Yiddish by Yehoash. A. Glantz read some of Yehoash’s poems.
Yehoash’s daughter, Evelin, unveiled the tombstone.
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