Harry Greenstein, Active in Jewish Communal Affairs, Dies at 74
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Harry Greenstein, Active in Jewish Communal Affairs, Dies at 74

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Harry Greenstein, the executive director of the Association of Jewish Charities and Welfare Fund of Baltimore from 1928 to 1965, was buried here today. Greenstein. a native of this city, died Friday of a heart condition at the age of 74. During the late 1940’s he served as an advisor on Jewish affairs in Germany to General Lucius Clay, Commander-in-Chief of U.S. armed forces in West Germany and John J. McCloy, the first U.S. High Commissioner to West Germany. A social worker, he was Maryland’s Relief Administrator from 1933 to 1936. During 1937 and 1938, he was president of the National Conference of Jewish Community Service.

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