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Paula Hyman

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Paula Hyman, celebrated social historian, Jewish feminist, and founding member of Ezrat Nashim.

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Paula Hyman, celebrated social historian, Jewish feminist, and founding member of Ezrat Nashim.

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Sally Gottesman

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Organizational leader Sally Gottesman.
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Organizational leader Sally Gottesman.

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Amy Eilberg

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Rabbi and co-founder of the Bay Area Jewish Healing Center, Amy Eilberg. Eilberg was the first woman rabbi ordained by the Conservative Movement.

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Rabbi and co-founder of the Bay Area Jewish Healing Center, Amy Eilberg. Eilberg was the first woman rabbi ordained by the Conservative Movement.

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Nina Beth Cardin

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A Rabbi, writer, and director of Jewish Life at JCC in Baltimore, Maryland, Nina Beth Cardin also founded the Jewish Women's Resource Center.

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A Rabbi, writer, and director of Jewish Life at JCC in Baltimore, Maryland, Nina Beth Cardin also founded the Jewish Women's Resource Center.

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Members of the Commission on the Ordination of Women Rabbis

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Members of the Commission on the Ordination of Women as Rabbis listen to Chancellor Cohen (back to camera) at one of the early meetings.

From left to right: Francine Klagsbrun, Fishel A. Pearlmutter, Haim Z. Dimitrovsky, Norman Redlich, Gordon Tucker, Rivka Harris, Wilfred Shuchat, Elijah J. Schochet, Victor Goodhill, Marian Siner Gordon and Seymour Siegel. Hidden from the camera were the two other members, Milton Himmelfarb and Harry Plotkin.

From the Jewish Theological Seminary Chancellor's Report 1977-1979. Courtesy of the Ratner Center for the Study of Conservative Judaism.

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Members of the Commission on the Ordination of Women as Rabbis listen to Chancellor Cohen (back to camera) at one of the early meetings.

From left to right: Francine Klagsbrun, Fishel A. Pearlmutter, Haim Z. Dimitrovsky, Norman Redlich, Gordon Tucker, Rivka Harris, Wilfred Shuchat, Elijah J. Schochet, Victor Goodhill, Marian Siner Gordon and Seymour Siegel. Hidden from the camera were the two other members, Milton Himmelfarb and Harry Plotkin.

From the Jewish Theological Seminary Chancellor's Report 1977-1979. Courtesy of the Ratner Center for the Study of Conservative Judaism.

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Ezrat Nashim Press Release, October 24, 1983

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Ezrat Nashim press release on the decision of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America to accept women into the Rabbinical School, October 24, 1983.

From the personal archive of Paula Hyman. View PDF.

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Ezrat Nashim press release on the decision of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America to accept women into the Rabbinical School, October 24, 1983.


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Ezrat Nashim Flyer to Women at Rabbinical Assembly of the Conservative Movement Convention, March 14, 1972

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Ezrat Nashim flyer to announce meeting with women (rabbis' wives) at Rabbinical Assembly of the Conservative movement, March 14, 1972.

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Ezrat Nashim flyer to announce meeting with women (rabbis' wives) at Rabbinical Assembly of the Conservative movement, March 14, 1972.

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Ezrat Nashim's "Jewish Women Call for Change," March 14, 1972

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Ezrat Nashim's "Call for Change," presented to the Rabbinical Assembly of the Conservative movement on March 14, 1972. View PDF.
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Ezrat Nashim's "Call for Change," presented to the Rabbinical Assembly of the Conservative movement on March 14, 1972. View PDF.

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Letter from Irving Rachlin, Sally Gottesman's Grandfather, May 1975

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Letter from Sally Gottesman's grandfather, Irving Rachlin, to her parents, regarding Sally's Bat Mitzvah, May 1975.
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Letter from Sally Gottesman's grandfather, Irving Rachlin, to her parents, regarding Sally's Bat Mitzvah, May 1975.

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Letter from Paula Rachlin Gottesman to Temple Shomrei Emunah Ritual Committee, 1974

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Letter from Paula Rachlin Gottesman to Temple Shomrei Emunah ritual committee, 1974.
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Letter from Paula Rachlin Gottesman to Temple Shomrei Emunah ritual committee, 1974.

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