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Sarah S. Malino

Sarah S. Malino is professor of history at Guilford College, Greensboro, NC. Her research and teaching interests focus on race, gender, ethnicity and labor in American history. She has published several articles and currently is working on a study of Southern Jewish retailing in the twentieth century.

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Jennie Davidson Levitt

Jennie Davidson Levitt, daughter of Jewish philanthropists Saul and Mary (Cohen) Davidson, continued her family’s tradition of activism and philanthropy with her work for Jewish organizations. She helped rescue Jewish children during the war, and later lobbied for better medical and psychiatric services.

Claribel Cone

Claribel Cone was well known in her time for being a dignified and highly independent woman with two passions: medical research and collecting art and artifacts. She is immortalized in drawings by French modernists Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse and in Gertrude Stein’s essay “Two Women.”

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Sarah S. Malino." (Viewed on November 28, 2022) <https://jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/malino-sarah>.

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