For a while, there was a Shchedrin subgroup, and they sent me a pile of
materials. Some of it was xeroxed >from the Jewish Encyclopedia, under
Shchedrin. Some was >from a small book published by a family from
Shchedrin. My husband's Lipshitz grandfather, who came >from Shchedrin,
also passed this information to us orally. I would bet there are some
leads off the Belarus web sites online.
Carol Lipson, Associate Professor,
Writing Program, Syracuse University
Peter B. Golden wrote:
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