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Selma Weintraub

Selma Weintraub is a past national president of the Women’s League for Conservative Judaism. Her articles have appeared in Outlook Magazine, and she has written for The Seminary at 100, a publication of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. She is currently International Archivist for Women’s League for Conservative Judaism.

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Dora Spiegel

Dora Spiegel rendered distinguished service in many fields: in the organization of league sisterhoods, in education, and in publications that stimulated women’s loyalty to the synagogue and the Jewish home. She helped found the Women’s Institute of Jewish Studies at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and influenced the lives of countless Jewish women and children.

Fanny Binswanger Hoffman

Fanny Binswanger Hoffman belonged to a distinguished American family with roots deep in American history. Her father, Rabbi Isidor Binswanger, was head of the Maimonides School in Philadelphia, the first Jewish institution of higher learning in the United States. Hoffman followed in her father’s footsteps, dedicating her life to Jewish education for children.

Rose Goldstein

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Selma Weintraub." (Viewed on September 23, 2019) <https://qa.jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/weintraub-selma>.

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