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Conference of Jewish Women to Help Immigrants

March 9, 1923
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Over 200,000 Jewish women will be represented at the American-European Conference of Jewish Women, which is to meet in Vienna on May 6th to 13th. This conference which has been called by the Council of Jewish Women will devote itself principally to devise means toward alleviating the condition of immigrant women and children on their way from one country to another. The question of providing better hotels for the women and children and employment for those detained for an indefinite period in European cities will be considered.

Arrangements for the conference are being made by Miss Estelle M. Sternberger, Executive Secretary of the Council of Jewish Women, Mrs. Alexander. Kohut, Chairman of the Council’s committee on European Reconstruction, and Mrs. Nathaniel E. Harris, Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Relations.

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