The early poems of Ralph Waldo Emerson - Irving J. Lewin

Irving J. Lewin

Biography

Irving J. Lewin (1893-1984)

Irving Jules Lewin was born on 23 October 1893, in Brooklyn, New York to parents Josephine (née Koch) and Adolph Charles Lewin.

On 5 June 1917, Irving filled out a World War I draft registration card and he was described as tall, medium build with blue eyes and black hair. He is also working as a Bond Trader for Newburg & Co.

Irving married Sylvia Bernstein on 30 December 1919, in Manhattan, New York, and they had two daughters together, Joan Claire and Suzanne Helene.

In 1942, for Irving’s registration for World War II, he is still working as a stock broker but he is now with the N.Y. Curb Exchange. He is also listed as having a scar on his left shoulder and is deaf in his right ear.

On 8 July 1944, Irving’s youngest daughter Suzanne married Leonard Epstein in Montgomery, Alabama. Joan married Seymour Rosenfield in New York in 1947.

Irving Jules Lewin sadly passed away in October 1984, in New York.

UPEI’s Provenance Collections has the book, The early poems of Ralph Waldo Emerson by Ralph Waldo Emerson with the inscription “From Aimee and Irving Bloom to I.J.L 1907”. Aimee and Irving are cousins by marriage through his aunt Charlotte (née Koch) Bloom.



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