Mrs. M. F. Rosenau, Nationally Known Philanthropist, Dead
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Mrs. M. F. Rosenau, Nationally Known Philanthropist, Dead

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Mrs. Myra Frank Rosenau, nationally known Jewish philanthropic worker, died here suddenly yesterday at the Beth-Israel Hospital at the age of 53. Mrs. Rosenau, who was born in Detroit and educated in the public schools of Pittsburgh, was graduated from Bryn Mawr in 1900. In the same year she was married to Dr. Milton Rosenau and moved to Boston in 1909.

She was president of the Boston Section, Council of Jewish Women. Other Jewish organizations in which she was active were the Federated Jewish Charities, the Sisterhood of Temple Israel and the Hecht Neighborhood House.

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