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Organizations and Institutions

Isabelle Goldenson and Children with Cerebral Palsy

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Isabelle Goldenson with children who have cerebral palsy.
Isabelle Goldenson with children who have cerebral palsy.

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Isabelle and Leonard Goldenson with Pope John Paul II

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Isabelle and Leonard Goldenson with Pope John Paul II.
Isabelle and Leonard Goldenson with Pope John Paul II.

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Isabelle and Leonard Goldenson with the Eisenhowers and Other Individuals

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Isabelle Goldenson, husband Leonard H. Goldenson, President and Mrs. Eisenhower, and other individuals.
Isabelle Goldenson, husband Leonard H. Goldenson, President and Mrs. Eisenhower, and other individuals.

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Isabelle Charlotte Weinstein Goldenson

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Isabelle Charlotte Weinstein Goldenson.
Isabelle Charlotte Weinstein Goldenson.

Isabelle Charlotte Weinstein Goldenson

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Isabelle Charlotte Weinstein Goldenson.
Isabelle Charlotte Weinstein Goldenson.

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Arva Davis Gray

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Arva Gray.
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Zionists celebrate Henrietta Szold's 75th birthday

December 21, 1935

Hundreds of events around the world marked the 75th birthday of Henrietta Szold, founder of Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America.

Maxine Frank Singer steps down as head of Carnegie Institution

December 31, 2002

Maxine Frank Singer, a leading biochemistry researcher and advocate of science education, stepped down after fourteen years as the president of the Carnegie Institution, a major national scientific research center.

National Council of Jewish Women opens shelter

November 25, 1917

The first shelter for Jewish women discharged from New York jails was opened by the New York section of the National Council of Jewish Women.

Tehilla Lichtenstein becomes leader of Society of Jewish Science

December 4, 1938

Tehilla Lichtenstein first took the pulpit as the spiritual leader of the Society of Jewish Science, becoming the first woman to lead an American Jewish congregation.

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