Martha L. Berg

Martha L. Berg has been the Archivist of Rodef Shalom Congregation in Pittsburgh, PA, since 2001. She holds degrees from Smith College, the School for International Training, and the University of Pittsburgh. She has worked as an Archivist for the Heinz History Center and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and is an archives consultant for families and non-profit organizations. She has published articles on Pittsburgh’s Jewish history and on American Transcendentalism.

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Lillian Simon Freehof

Lillian Simon Freehof (1906-2004) was a leader in developing transcription services for people with visual impairments and blindness, working with Sisterhood volunteers at Rodef Shalom Congregation in Pittsburgh, PA, and, at the national level, with the Federation of Temple Sisterhoods (now WRJ).  She also wrote books and plays for children and young adults and books on needlework and Jewish festivals for adults. She was the wife of Rabbi Solomon B. Freehof.

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