Mary McCune

Mary McCune is assistant professor of history at the State University of New York at Oswego. She received her Ph.D. in women’s history from the Ohio State University and is the author of “The Whole Wide World, Without Limits”: International Relief, Gender Politics and American Jewish Women, 1893–1930.

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Cecilia Razovsky

Cecilia Razovsky was a remarkably active woman who spent her life striving to assist immigrants in adapting to life in the United States and other countries. Razovsky found countless ways to help Jewish refugees in particular, from writing plays and pamphlets to running committees and organizations for immigrant aid.

Marion Simon Misch

Marion Misch participated in a great number of volunteer activities through her lifetime, all the while running a successful business following the death of her husband. Her primary interests centered on education and Judaism, and her volunteerism reflected her concern for these issues.

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