A vandalized Manhattan sukkah.
Jewish Veterans of World War I in the Forverts.
Austrian army hanging of a soldier for raping a woman.
Leybe Ravinovits of Grodne who was awarded a medal and 15 rubles for his heroism. His father lives in New York City.
Clara Feler’s Czernowitz husband and brother-in-law, veterans of the Austrian army.
Giant Among Men: New York Giant Andy Cohen in 1928.
First typesetters of the Forward, 1897
Bene Israel Men: This image was taken in 1935 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia after Italy invaded Abyssinia.
First In Their Class: The Forward’s original typesetters, circa 1897.
A Farewell To Singer: A going-away party for I.J. Singer who is en route to Europe in 1932.
Newspaper Seller: A woman on the Lower East Side sells copies of the Forward and other newspapers.
Beacon to the World: The Forward Building’s 30,000-watt neon sign as Yiddish on one side, English on the other.
A balcony sukkah in the Lower East Side.
Jewish men inspecting lulavs in the Lower East Side.
A Jewish man inspecting a lulav.
A lulav and etrog market in the Lower East Side.
An Algerian Jewish sukkah in the late 1920s.
A baker in Galicia, Poland