Founded in 1897 and still in print today, the Jewish-American newspaper the "Forward" was in its heyday in the 1920s - a powerhouse daily Yiddish newspaper with a larger circulation than the New York Times. Drawn from a treasure trove of 40,000 photos, this extraordinary volume features classic photographs of Lower East Side pushcarts, Polish pogrom victims, a Katrina-flooded New Orleans synagogue, and a Kraków souvenir stand. Gathered by "Forward" Arts & Culture editor Alana Newhouse, this is a worthy, provocative group portrait of modern Jewish life - in all its misery and glory. Hardcover, 352 pages.
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