Editor, Jewish Daily Bulletin:
In the Dec. 17, 1933 issue of the Jewish Daily Bulletin you bring a news item to the effect, that Mrs. Hartley has been ap###nted director of “The Hadassah School of the Jewish Woman”, and that all classes of this school take place “as before” at 125 E. 85th St. May I state that “The School of the Jewish Woman” is an independent institute, which has no connection with any other organization, and that the classes of this institute take, as always, place at Congregation Shearith Israel, 70th Street and Central Park West. The New York Chapter of Hadassah was originally associated with our school, but due to the unwillingness of said organization to bear the financial responsibility of the school, it was relieved from its partnership in “The School of the Jewish Woman”. As I understand, the New York Chapter of Hadassah has opened a school of its own on Dec. 12, 1933, but this school has no connection whatsoever with “The School of the Jewish Woman”. The report as to my disassociation with “The School of the Jewish Woman” is a misrepresentation. I am the founder and the director of “The School of the Jewish Woman”, in which study at present over 400 women and girls.
T. W. Rosmarin.