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Irma Lindheim

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Irma Lindheim.
Courtesy of Hadassah, The Women's Zionist Organization of America.
Irma Lindheim.
Courtesy of Hadassah, The Women's Zionist Organization of America.

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Etta Rosensohn

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An influential philanthropist and social activist, Etta Lasker Rosensohn focused most of her energy on Jewish and Zionist affairs in New York City. Her great passion was Hadassah, where she served on the national board for more than two decades and as the national president.
Photographer: G.D. Hackett
Institution: Hadassah, The Women's Zionist Organization of America, Inc.
An influential philanthropist and social activist, Etta Lasker Rosensohn focused most of her energy on Jewish and Zionist affairs in New York City. Her great passion was Hadassah, where she served on the national board for more than two decades and as the national president.
Photographer: G.D. Hackett
Institution: Hadassah, The Women's Zionist Organization of America, Inc.

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Rosalie Solomon Phillips

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Along with helping to found Hadassah, Rosalie Solomon Phillips served many mainstream secular American causes, including the New York State Democratic Committee.

Institution: American Jewish Historical Society

Along with helping to found Hadassah, Rosalie Solomon Phillips served many mainstream secular American causes, including the New York State Democratic Committee.

Institution: American Jewish Historical Society

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Aline Kaplan and Donna Shalala at Hunter College, 1983

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Long-time executive director of Hadassah, Aline Kaplan, receiving Hunter College Hall of Fame recognition in 1983 from the institution's president, Donna Shalala.
Courtesy of Hadassah, The Women's Zionist Organization of America
Long-time executive director of Hadassah, Aline Kaplan, receiving Hunter College Hall of Fame recognition in 1983 from the institution's president, Donna Shalala.
Courtesy of Hadassah, The Women's Zionist Organization of America

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British Delegation to World WIZO Founding Conference, Carlsbad, 1921

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British delegation to the World WIZO Founding Conference, held in Carlsbad, 1921. (L to R): Miriam Marks, Miriam Sacher, Edith Eder, Rebecca Sieff, Helena Weisberg, Lady Samuel, Romana Goodman, Esther Feiwel, Henrietta Irwell and Ethel Solomon.
Courtesy of the WIZO Archives, Tel Aviv.
British delegation to the World WIZO Founding Conference, held in Carlsbad, 1921. (L to R): Miriam Marks, Miriam Sacher, Edith Eder, Rebecca Sieff, Helena Weisberg, Lady Samuel, Romana Goodman, Esther Feiwel, Henrietta Irwell and Ethel Solomon.
Courtesy of the WIZO Archives, Tel Aviv.

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Emma Gottheil

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Emma Gottheil.
Courtesy of American Jewish Historical Society
Emma Gottheil.
Courtesy of American Jewish Historical Society

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Romana Goodman and Family Members circa 1929-1931

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Romana Goodman (center) stands with members of her family in a photo taken between 1929–1931. Paul Goodman (Romana's husband, left) sits next to their daughter Carmel Goodman. Paul and Romana's eldest son Maurice Goodman stands to the left of Romana, and Cyril Goodman, their youngest child, stands to her right.
Courtesy of Marilyn Lehrer.
Romana Goodman (center) stands with members of her family in a photo taken between 1929–1931. Paul Goodman (Romana's husband, left) sits next to their daughter Carmel Goodman. Paul and Romana's eldest son Maurice Goodman stands to the left of Romana, and Cyril Goodman, their youngest child, stands to her right.
Courtesy of Marilyn Lehrer.

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Shulamit Goldstein

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Shulamit Goldstein.
Courtesy of Shulamit Goldstein
Shulamit Goldstein.
Courtesy of Shulamit Goldstein

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Katie Gluckmann

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Katie Gluckmann sits with folded arms.
Photograph by Leon Levson courtesy of Joyce Miller.
Katie Gluckmann sits with folded arms.
Photograph by Leon Levson courtesy of Joyce Miller.

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Rosa Ginossar

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Portrait drawing of Rosa Ginossar, the first practicing woman lawyer in the Jewish Yishuv in Palestine and president of WIZO from 1966–1970.
Courtesy of WIZO Archives, Tel Aviv.
Portrait drawing of Rosa Ginossar, the first practicing woman lawyer in the Jewish Yishuv in Palestine and president of WIZO from 1966–1970.
Courtesy of WIZO Archives, Tel Aviv.

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