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dramatic narrative. Mr. Ader
studied the material — and
learned an actual script — so
he could act the role of
Leibush Scheinberg.
"And his story — and all the
other stories — make up the
whole story of the immigrant
experience," says Mr. Ader, as
he concludes the tour — and
gets a rousing round of
applause.
Afterwards, visitors walk
back to the museum to look at
the two special photo exhibits,
one about the Triangle Fac-
tory fire of 1911 and the other
a display of the photos of im-
migrant families taken in the
mid-1930s by Arnold Eagle.
They also pick up literature
about this unique museum,
with its varied programs,
which include workshops
focusing on themes related to
the museum's research;
dramas presented to elemen-
tary school children; and a
national search effort to
locate all the former residents
— and their descendants —
who lived in its historic six
story tenement building from
1935-1963, when it was seal-
ed shut.
Tourists are intrigued to
learn of all this activity in the
tenement on Orchard Street.
They are especially en-
thusiastic about the tour
they've just experienced,
which for some visitors was
almost like a journey home. 0

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