Sander’s Book

Garment Industry Anecdote

Garment Industry Anecdote

Perspective of principal facade, Gilbert Building, 205 West 39th Street, New York City, 1923When my granddaughter visited us recently, she read the chapter on the garment industry from my forthcoming book. She is a student at the The High School of Fashion Industries...

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I Solved a Mystery of the Smithsonian

I Solved a Mystery of the Smithsonian

I solved a mystery for the Smithsonian! I noticed a photo of Hugo Gellert on the Archives of American Art site and realized I had seen it before.

They had no idea who Hugo was standing with. But I did! Hugo is one of the four main subjects of my book.

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Book Format Poll

Book Format Poll

You may know about my book. If you were to order a copy what format would you like? Please take this poll!
Hungarian-American Heroes by Sander Feinberg

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Book Update

Book Update

My latest update on my book Hungarian-American Heroes – Sander Feinberg

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Frankenstein Meets Wolfman

Frankenstein Meets Wolfman

I accidentally scored a copy of Movie Story Magazine. March 1943. Looking through it I found not only an article on Casablanca but also
Frankenstein Meets the Wolfman

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Versek – Kalman Marki Readings

Versek – Kalman Marki Readings

My grandfather, Kalman Marki, hosted a Hungarian language radio show in Miami, Florida. This album includes eight recordings of his favorite poetry in Hungarian. Listen now.

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Henry Weinstock – Hidden Child of the Holocaust

Henry Weinstock – Hidden Child of the Holocaust

In honor of Holocaust Remembrance day, here is the story of my dear friend (and DNA cousin) Henry Weinstock, who was a “hidden child of the Holocaust” – sent by his father to live with a Catholic priest during WWII. Henry’s father, Eugene Weinstock, spent years in Buchenwald.

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