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Adler, Jacob Pavlovitch

Born: 1855 AD
Died: 1926 AD

1855 – Adler was born in Odessa, Russia on February 12, 1855.

1862 – He survived as a full-fledged pogrom.

1882 – Adler made a troupe of his own together with KEni Liptzin and brought Rosenberg in as a partner.

1883 – Yiddish  theater was banned in Russia.

1885 – Adler had his own theatrical club, the Princes Street Club, No. 3 Princes Street.

1903 – Adler went back to Eastern Europe to convince various family members to come to America.

1904 – Adler build the Grand Theater at the corner of Bowery and Canal Street.

1919 – Found himself in a labor dispute with the Hebrew Actors’ Union.

1924 – Performed the role of a revival of Gordin’s The Stranger.

1926 – Adler collapsed on March 31, 1926 and died in New York, New York on April 1, 1926.