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Henrietta Szold in Ramallah, 1920

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Henrietta Szold picnicking in Ramallah, 1920.
Courtesy of the Jewish Museum of Maryland

Henrietta Szold picnicking in Ramallah, 1920.
Courtesy of the Jewish Museum of Maryland

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Henrietta Szold with the Palestine Health Council

Henrietta Szold with the Palestine Health Council.
Henrietta Szold with the Palestine Health Council.

Henrietta Szold's Parlor Room, 1897

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Parlor of Henrietta Szold's home on Lombard Street, 1897.
Institution: Jewish Museum of Maryland
Parlor of Henrietta Szold's home on Lombard Street, 1897.
Institution: Jewish Museum of Maryland

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Henrietta Szold and her Parents, Lake Placid, 1897

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Henrietta Szold with her parents in Lake Placid, New York, 1897.
Courtesy of the Jewish Museum of Maryland.
Henrietta Szold with her parents in Lake Placid, New York, 1897.
Courtesy of the Jewish Museum of Maryland.

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Israeli Five Lira Note circa 1976-1984

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A Five Lira note issued by the Bank of Israel between 1976 and 1984, which depicts Henrietta Szold in front of the Hadassah Hospital on Mount Scopus.
Courtesy of the Jewish Museum of Maryland.
A Five Lira note issued by the Bank of Israel between 1976 and 1984, which depicts Henrietta Szold in front of the Hadassah Hospital on Mount Scopus.
Courtesy of the Jewish Museum of Maryland.

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Henrietta Szold in "The Nation's" Honor Roll, January 1, 1936

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Henrietta Szold's reputation resonated beyond the Jewish community. Szold appears here as one of only two American women honored by The Nation magazine for their achievements in 1936.
Courtesy of the Hadassah Archives at the American Jewish Historical Society.
Henrietta Szold's reputation resonated beyond the Jewish community. Szold appears here as one of only two American women honored by The Nation magazine for their achievements in 1936.
Courtesy of the Hadassah Archives at the American Jewish Historical Society.

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Henrietta Szold's Translations of "The Development of the Halachah," by Louis Ginzberg, 1905

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Szold's handwritten translations of "The Development of the Halachah," written by Louis Ginzberg, 1905.
Courtesy of the Jewish Museum of Maryland.
Szold's handwritten translations of "The Development of the Halachah," written by Louis Ginzberg, 1905.
Courtesy of the Jewish Museum of Maryland.

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Letter from Henrietta Szold to Mayer Sulzberger of the Jewish Publication Society, February 14, 1903

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Letter from Henrietta Szold to Mayer Sulzberger of the Jewish Publication Society, February 14, 1903. Szold describes her intention to enroll for classes at the Jewish Theological Seminary.
Letter from Henrietta Szold to Mayer Sulzberger of the Jewish Publication Society, February 14, 1903. Szold describes her intention to enroll for classes at the Jewish Theological Seminary.

Letter from Henrietta Szold to Alice Seligsberg, October 8, 1931

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Henrietta Szold seeks guidance for a more systematic way of placing children in orphanages and advice on setting up a course on for volunteers in Jewish philanthropy from her friend and colleague Alice Seligsberg, suggesting the range of Szold's organizational efforts as a member of the Vaad Leumi (National or General Council).
Courtesy of the Hadassah Archives at the American Jewish Historical Society.
Henrietta Szold seeks guidance for a more systematic way of placing children in orphanages and advice on setting up a course on for volunteers in Jewish philanthropy from her friend and colleague Alice Seligsberg, suggesting the range of Szold's organizational efforts as a member of the Vaad Leumi (National or General Council).
Courtesy of the Hadassah Archives at the American Jewish Historical Society.

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Henrietta Szold Letter from Students at Russian School, 1893

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Russian students write to Henrietta Szold after she accepted a full-time role of executive secretary of the Jewish Publication Society in 1893.
Courtesy of the Hadassah Archives/American Jewish Historical Society
Russian students write to Henrietta Szold after she accepted a full-time role of executive secretary of the Jewish Publication Society in 1893.
Courtesy of the Hadassah Archives/American Jewish Historical Society

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