Tuesday, November 26, 2013

1926 POLAND: JEWISH TEACHERS--LUBLIN (#7)

The data below is based on information from the “List of Teachers of Higher Education (secondary, vocational and seminary), R 2” compiled and edited by Zygmunt Zagorski: Polish Society of Teachers of Secondary Schools and Universities, published 1926.

LUBLIN SCHOOLS:

CHELM:
Chelm Jewish Community Coeducational Gymnasium (9 Budowska)
 The school was founded in 1918 by a group of Chelm residents, then held responsible to the Jewish community.
Dir.: Fuhrmann Edward

Bakalar Jankiel
Dnch Dominik
Filipowowna Eugenja
Friedman-Reinharz Herz
Hefter Jakob
Hefterowa-Oberfeld Marja
Hoffmannowa-Tanska Anna
Jaworski Kazimierz
Mandelkiern Gustaw Gerson
Mandelkiernowa-Korpus Klara
Morgensztern Mojzesz
Rottenstreichowna Debora
Samtgartenowna Fajga
Sunderland Adam
Zinnemann Jakob
Lwry Jakob


LUBLIN:
Rozy Szperowej Boys Gymnasium (12 Zamojska)
The school was founded in 1916 by Simon Szpera, the first school for Jewish youth in the province of Lublin.  After his death in 1919, the school passed to his widow, Roze Szperowa.  The directors were: Szper Szymon, Finkelkraut Henryk, Hulewicz Boleslaw.
Dir.: Alterowicz Aleksander

Blumenfeld Amalja
Holynski Michal
Gntharc Marja
Marmorek Sabina
Redlich Mojzesz
Ruhdorfer Ignacy
Szper Izrael
Udelsmann Abraham
Zandberg Szlomea
Wiesenblut Estera
Dr. Herszenhorn Szloma

Jewish Boys Gymnasium (5 Radziwillowska)
Founded in 1919. The former school directors were: Lipman Abram, Herman Szymon, Jakob Szapiro, Dr. Joachim Reinhold.
Dir.: Zylberszyc Abraham

Appel Regina, Asz Marek, Aszkenazy Marek
Bardach Artur
Fefferberg Leon, Feferbergowa Malwina
Grafczynski Kazimierz, Grosbaumowa-Lotte Chana
Halpernowna Felicja
Isnard Albert
Jubel Karol
Lauer Izydor
Mysakowska Jozefa
Rottenstreichowna Serka, Rubinsztejn Mozes
Sliwinski tadeusz, Schmerbach Leibisz, Szokenowna Justyna
Topolska Kamilla, Twyesschorr Izrael Jozef
Wajcman Zygmunt
Verschleiser Mates
Zylbersztejn Mojzesz
Kerszman Abram
Rotbaum Jakob