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Letter from Gertrude Weil to her Family, March 29, 1896 - excerpt from page 5

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Letter from Gertrude Weil to her family, March 29, 1896 - excerpt from page 5.
Courtesy of the North Carolina Office of Archives and History.
Letter from Gertrude Weil to her family, March 29, 1896 - excerpt from page 5.
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Letter from Gertrude Weil to her Family, March 29, 1896 - excerpt from page 4

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Letter from Gertrude Weil to her family, March 29, 1896 - excerpt from page 4.
Courtesy of the North Carolina Office of Archives and History.
Letter from Gertrude Weil to her family, March 29, 1896 - excerpt from page 4.
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Letter from Gertrude Weil to her Family, March 29, 1896 - excerpt from page 3

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Letter from Gertrude Weil to her family, March 29, 1896 - excerpt from page 3.
Courtesy of the North Carolina Office of Archives and History.

Letter from Gertrude Weil to her family, March 29, 1896 - excerpt from page 3.


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Letter from Gertrude Weil to her Family, March 29, 1896 - excerpt from page 1

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Letter from Gertrude Weil to her family, March 29, 1896 - excerpt from page 1.
Courtesy of the North Carolina Office of Archives and History.
Letter from Gertrude Weil to her family, March 29, 1896 - excerpt from page 1.
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Gertrude Weil's Annual Report as President of the Goldsboro Bureau of Social Service, page 6, January 13, 1927

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Sixth and last page of Gertrude Weil's Annual Report as President of the Goldsboro Bureau of Social Service, January 13, 1927.
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Sixth and last page of Gertrude Weil's Annual Report as President of the Goldsboro Bureau of Social Service, January 13, 1927.
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Gertrude Weil's Annual Report as President of the Goldsboro Bureau of Social Service, page 5, January 13, 1927

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Fifth page of Gertrude Weil's Annual Report as President of the Goldsboro Bureau of Social Service, January 13, 1927.
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Fifth page of Gertrude Weil's Annual Report as President of the Goldsboro Bureau of Social Service, January 13, 1927.
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Gertrude Weil's Annual Report as President of the Goldsboro Bureau of Social Service, page 4, January 13, 1927

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Fourth page of Gertrude Weil's Annual Report as President of the Goldsboro Bureau of Social Service, January 13, 1927.
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Fourth page of Gertrude Weil's Annual Report as President of the Goldsboro Bureau of Social Service, January 13, 1927.
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Gertrude Weil's Annual Report as President of the Goldsboro Bureau of Social Service, page 3, January 13, 1927

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Third page of Gertrude Weil's Annual Report as President of the Goldsboro Bureau of Social Service, January 13, 1927.
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Third page of Gertrude Weil's Annual Report as President of the Goldsboro Bureau of Social Service, January 13, 1927.

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Gertrude Weil's Annual Report as President of the Goldsboro Bureau of Social Service, page 2, January 13, 1927

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Second page of Gertrude Weil's Annual Report as President of the Goldsboro Bureau of Social Service, on January 13, 1927.
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Second page of Gertrude Weil's Annual Report as President of the Goldsboro Bureau of Social Service, on January 13, 1927.
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Gertrude Weil

Gertrude Weil's passion for equality and justice shaped the course of her long life. Inspired by Jewish teachings that "justice, mercy, [and] goodness were not to be held in a vacuum, but practiced in our daily lives," Weil stood courageously at the forefront of a wide range of progressive and often controversial causes, including women's suffrage, labor reform and civil rights. She worked tirelessly to extend political, economic and social opportunities to those long denied them.

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