Yehuda Mandel sound recordings
Five cassettes including sound recordings by Yehudah Mandel. Mr. Mandel was Chief Cantor of the Rombach Street Synagogue in Budapest until 1944 and continued his Cantorial career in the United States after the war.
1. Mekor Ha-Hazzanut (Yehuda Mandel) January 25, 1983
2. Cantors in Miami February 28, 1988
3. Hymnon Oley Spezia performed by composer Hazan Yehudah Mandel.
4. C.A. Region Phila Rehearsal January 25, 1981
5. Concert at Oxford Circ. on April 9, 1989
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Gift of Emmanuel (Manny) Mandel
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Commemorative plaque given to the donor's father, Cantor Yehudah L. Mandel by the Congregation Beth Judah of Logan on the occasion of his 20th year as cantor. The plaque is inscribed with the dates1949-1969. Yehuda was Chief Cantor of the Rombach Street Synagoge in Budapest until 1944.
Documents, photographs, and other materials illustrating the experiences of Yehuda and Ella Mandel and their son Emanuel [Manny]. Collection documents their lives in Riga, Latvia where Manny was born in 1936; their move to Hungary, where Yehuda was Chief Cantor of the Rombach Street Synagoge in Budapest until 1944; their flight from Budapest on a transport of 1,600 Jewish Hungarians [arranged by Rezső Kasztner] to Bergen-Belsen concentration camp; and general materials illustrating Yehuda's post-war Cantorial career in the United States. Also includes documents illustrating the experiences of Ilona Krieshaber (donor's aunt).
Contains documents and correspondence including an unfilled ballot for the election of representation of the Jewish community of refugees in Switzerland; ballot envelopes and letters addressed to Gabriella Mandel (donor’s mother) from multiple authors, including Julius Sternberg in Montreux, Switzerland; an envelope addressed to “Ella Mandl” in Heiden, Switzerland; and letters dated May 1945. Gabriella and Yehuda Mandel and their child, Emanuel, left Hungary, were sent to Bergen-Belsen concentration camp and then “exchanged” and sent to Switzerland in Spring 1945.