Chicago Public School Named for Noted Jewish Woman Leader

The Chicago Board of Education has named a new school here in honor of Mrs. Hannah Greenebaum Solomon, founder of the National Council of Jewish Women, who died in 1943. Mrs. Solomon lived in Chicago and in the social and civic endeavor era of the ‘Nineties, was associated with a group of brilliant women including Jane Addams, Julia Lathrop, Celia Parker Wooley and Lucy Flower.

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