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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 represented the “finest synthesis of Americanism and Judaism,” according to the leaders of the Minneapolis Jewish National Fund at a 1968 dinner in her honor. Deeply aware of her responsibilities as a financially secure Jewish woman, Levitt labored to improve social conditions for diverse groups in the United States and abroad. Her broad approach to social reform, and the particular issues that she addressed, paralleled the changing concerns of the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW), her most beloved organization for more than fifty years.

Claribel Cone

Immortalized in drawings by French modernists Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse and in Gertrude Stein’s essay “Two Women,” Dr. Claribel Cone was well known in her day as a charming, dignified, well-informed, self-assured, idiosyncratic, and highly independent woman with two passions, medical research and collecting art and artifacts.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Sarah S. Malino." (Viewed on September 19, 2019) <https://qa.jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/malino-sarah>.

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