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Synagogues/Temples

Ruth Kullman, 2013

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Community leader and activist Ruth Kullman, 2013, honored with the Hannah G. Solomon Award by the National Council of Jewish Women.
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Community leader and activist Ruth Kullman, 2013, honored with the Hannah G. Solomon Award by the National Council of Jewish Women.

Courtesy of Alan Smason/Crescent City Jewish News

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Jackie Gothard

The first female president of her childhood synagogue, Congregation Beth Israel, Jackie Gothard helped the Orthodox synagogue rebuild after Hurricane Katrina.

Jackie Gothard, 2013

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Jackie Gothard in 2013.
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Jackie Gothard in 2013.

Photo courtesy of Alan Smason/Crescent City Jewish News.

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Regina Kaplan

Regina “Kappy” Kaplan helped break down gender barriers in medicine by creating the first nursing school in the South that admitted male students.

An Early Confirmation Certificate for the Island of St. Thomas, Dutch West Indies by Rabbi David Philipson D.D. (Page 3 of 3)

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An early confirmation certificate for the Island of St. Thomas, Dutch West Indies by Rabbi David Philipson D.D. (Page 3 of 3).

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Courtesy of The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, Ohio.
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An early confirmation certificate for the Island of St. Thomas, Dutch West Indies by Rabbi David Philipson D.D. (Page 3 of 3).

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Courtesy of The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, Ohio.

An Early Confirmation Certificate for the Island of St. Thomas, Dutch West Indies by Rabbi David Philipson D.D. (Page 2 of 3)

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An early confirmation certificate for the Island of St. Thomas, Dutch West Indies by Rabbi David Philipson D.D. (Page 2 of 3).

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Courtesy of The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, Ohio.

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An early confirmation certificate for the Island of St. Thomas, Dutch West Indies by Rabbi David Philipson D.D. (Page 2 of 3).

Page 1, page 3.

Courtesy of The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, Ohio.

An Early Confirmation Certificate for the Island of St. Thomas, Dutch West Indies by Rabbi David Philipson D.D. (Page 1 of 3)

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An early confirmation certificate for the Island of St. Thomas, Dutch West Indies by Rabbi David Philipson D.D.

Page 2, page 3.

Courtesy of The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, Ohio.

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An early confirmation certificate for the Island of St. Thomas, Dutch West Indies by Rabbi David Philipson D.D.

Page 2, page 3.

Courtesy of The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Adele Bluthenthal Heiman

Adele Blumenthal Heiman spent her life in Arkansas, helping create and lead the state’s close-knit Jewish community.

Richea Gratz

Richea Gratz became the first Jewish woman to attend college in America in 1787, at the age of thirteen.

Rebecca Fischel Goldstein

Both as a rabbi’s wife and as a leader in her own right, Rebecca Fischel Goldstein strove to make women a significant force in Orthodox Judaism.

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