[Letters to Presidents Cleveland and Mckinley by recent immigrants to the United States]

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Abstract/Description: Three letters of recent immigrants from Eastern Europe to U.S. presidents. In the first Letter, 1887 Purim, J. Wistinetzki of Troy greets President G. Cleveland on his fiftieth birthday in Hebrew; in the second letter, also in Hebrew, Philadelphia, 1893 August 25, M. Ṿindḳas recounts to President Cleveland how several young men beat him while a policeman looked on, and requests that he protect every person living in the United States; S. Sagalovich?, Philadlephia, 1898 25 April, addresses President W. Mckinley in Yiddish in the third letter.
Subject(s): Wistinetzki, Jehuda -- Correspondence
Cleveland, Grover, 1837-1908 -- Correspondence
McKinley, William, 1843-1901 -- Correspondence
Jews -- United States -- History -- 19th century -- Sources
United States -- New York -- Troy
United States -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia
Date Issued: 1887