Leah Strolowitz Adler: An American Immigrant Success Story

I think I changed something so that the link didn’t work. So I am reblogging this. Hope this works!

Brotmanblog: A Family Journey

As I have written before, one of the fascinating aspects of doing this research is what I’ve learned about the experience of Jewish immigrants in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.  It is remarkable to me how children who arrived without speaking English and living in poverty were able to assimilate successfully into American society and make a good life for themselves and their children in this country.

Leah Strolowitz Adler is a good example of this remarkable transformation from a poor Romanian immigrant to an American success story.  Thanks to her granddaughter Jean, I’ve been able to learn a fair amount about Leah and to obtain several pictures of her.  Leah was born on May 25, 1900, in Iasi, Romania, the seventh and youngest child of Jankel Srulovici and Tillie Rosenzweig.  She was only seven years old when she immigrated with her parents and siblings…

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  1. Pingback: A Photo Essay: The Strolowitz Adler Family, Joe Louis, and The Resilience of the Human Spirit « Brotmanblog: A Family Journey

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