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Judith E. Endelman

Judith E. Endelman is director of historical resources and the Benson Ford Research Center at The Henry Ford in Dearborn, Michigan. Endelman has co-authored The Jewish Community of Indianapolis, 1849 to the Present; Religion in Indiana: A Guide to Historical Resources (with L. C. Rudolph); and Americans on Vacation (with Donna R. Braden). She has also published articles and book reviews in museum studies, archival administration and American Jewish history.

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Nina Morais Cohen

Nina Morais Cohen organized the Jewish women’s community of Minneapolis, where she was a force for women’s suffrage, community service, and scholarship.

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