Abstract

In 1921, Bolshevik-ruled Russia suffered a famine affecting over 37 million people. In Boston, Henry (Harry) Wadsworth Longfellow Dana, grandson of the famous poet, and Russian-Jewish immigrant Isidore Levitt, responding to writer Maxim Gorky’s appeals for relief, established the Gorki Fund. Using newly discovered archival materials, the article relates its story.

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