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Synagogues/Temples

Edna Goldsmith

The granddaughter of one of the pioneers of Cleveland, Edna Goldsmith devoted her career to creating and leading Jewish women’s organizations within her home state of Ohio.

Helen Miller Dalsheimer

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Helen Miller Dalsheimer.
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Helen Miller Dalsheimer.

Courtesy of Helen Dalsheimer.

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Regina Jonas, circa 1939, Cropped

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Rabbi Regina Jonas in a photograph presumed to have been taken after 1939.
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Rabbi Regina Jonas in a photograph presumed to have been taken after 1939.

Regina Jonas Kiosk, Berlin, Germany, Cropped

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An image of Regina Jonas on a street kiosk in Berlin, Germany, part of a citywide exhibition titled “Diversity Destroyed: Berlin 1933-1938-1945.”

An image of Regina Jonas on a street kiosk in Berlin, Germany, part of a citywide exhibition titled “Diversity Destroyed: Berlin 1933-1938-1945.”

Regina Jonas Kiosk, Berlin, Germany, Cropped

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An image of Regina Jonas on a street kiosk in Berlin, Germany, part of a citywide exhibition titled “Diversity Destroyed: Berlin 1933-1938-1945.”
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An image of Regina Jonas on a street kiosk in Berlin, Germany, part of a citywide exhibition titled “Diversity Destroyed: Berlin 1933-1938-1945.”

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Regina Jonas Kiosk, Berlin, Germany

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Kiosks featuring Regina Jonas in Berlin, Germany. Part of a citywide exhibition titled “Diversity Destroyed: Berlin 1933-1938-1945.”
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Kiosks featuring Regina Jonas in Berlin, Germany. Part of a citywide exhibition titled “Diversity Destroyed: Berlin 1933-1938-1945.”

Annette Daum

Annette Daum combined interfaith dialogue and feminism in the hopes of both defusing anti-Semitism in the feminist movement and finding solutions to the common problems facing women in different faiths.

Helen Miller Dalsheimer

Helen Miller Dalsheimer took on leadership roles both locally through her synagogue, the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation, and on a national level.

Lucille Corcos

Lucille Corcos was celebrated as one of the foremost “modern primitivist” painters in America, creating scenes where the outside walls of buildings fell away to reveal the lives of those within.

Henrietta Blaustein

Through her generosity, Henrietta Blaustein created and sustained a foundation, a hospital’s maternity center, and dozens of other charitable initiatives and organizations.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Synagogues/Temples." (Viewed on May 29, 2016) <http://jwa.org/topics/synagoguestemples>.

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