Cooking Up Stereotypes: This Aunt Jemima pancake flour ad ran in the Forward.
The Jewish American Cook Book: Originally published by the Forward in 1946.
“Bimbo,” a character created by the Fleischer Brothers.
Inaugural Dinner: Among the attendees of the December, 1934, launch of the American Library of Nazi-banned books was Albert Einstein (right). The event was covered in The Forward.
Inaugural Dinner: Among the attendees at the launch of the American Library of Nazi-Banned books in December, 1934, was Albert Einstein (top right). The event was covered in the pages of The Forward.
Florence Weiss and Moishe Oysher.
Two Yiddish Valentine’s Day ads that ran in the Forward
Two Yiddish Valentine’s Day ads that ran in the Yiddish Forward.
Jane Eisner, right, with Rachel Fishman Feddersen, center, and Rukhl Schaechter, the editor of the Forverts, at the Forward gala honoring Eisner in December.
The front page of the Forward on May 6, 1953. The article recounting Robbins’s testimony in front of HUAC occupies the top left column.
Rachel Fishman Feddersen