A Tale of the New York Ghetto
D. Appleton and Company
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- yekl-2.htm. [191K] HTML same as first except lines are not justified at right margin
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- yekl-2.txt. [167K] Ascii text (Unix file format) -- read in text editor
- yekl-2.zip. [70K] Ascii text compressed with Zip program
- yekla.html. [191K] HTML using special fonts below.
- ignacs.ttf. [43K] Special typeface for HTML headings, like Yiddish -- follow your operating system manufacturer's instructions to install TrueType fonts
- minionw.ttf. [85K] Special typeface for body text of HTML file -- for this test only, please do not redistribute
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Yekl is a short novel about Jewish immigrants on the Lower East Side of New York City in the late 1800's. After you read the book we hope you will join us to "always check for the union label" in clothing you use for yourself and your family. For more information on the clothing industry union, please see http://www.uniteunion.org. This online book was produced by Eldritch Press with volunteer labor.