Di Zukunft - the future. A Yiddish monthly which published in New York, edited by Avraham Leissin. Nine consecutive issues bound: March - December 1926.
The monthly was published at the initiative of members of the Bund's "Zukunft" Youth Movement, which was founded in 1919 (the movement numbered about 15,000 members). The movement educated Jewish youth according to the principles of equality and class solidarity, but at the same time advocated the preservation and encouragement of their Jewish culture in the Yiddish language. In the issues, a rich variety of articles on literature, poetry, plays, folklore, and Jewish history, as well as many advertisements on cultural and art events. Each sheet has a colorful Art Nouveau title page. In addition to the newspaper published by the movement, it established Yiddish libraries, theater groups and choirs and even established sports groups, summer camps and self-defense groups against expressions of anti-Semitism, all of which operated in Yiddish.
9 sheets. (The February issue also appears in addition, but is partly missing). 28 cm. general condition good.