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New York Jewish Women Organized for United Jewish Campaign

March 19, 1926
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Preliminary plans for organizing a city-wide group of women workers for the $6,000,000 New York drive of the United Jewish Campaign, of which William Fox is the chairman, were launched at a luncheon meeting of the advisory committee of the Women’s Division for the campaign at the Harmonic Club.

Mrs. Abram I. Elkus, who is chairman of the women’s division, presided. Mrs. Jacob H. Schiff, honorary chairman of the Division, was the guest of honor, and among others present were Mrs. Felix M. Warburg, Mrs. Rebekah Kohut, Mrs. Ira Hill-Bamberger, Mrs. Nathan Glauber, Mrs. Max L. Levenson, Mrs. Benjamin Guggenheim, Mrs. Milton Goldsmith, Mrs. Paul Baerwald, and Mrs. Charles J. Liebmann.

It was announced that the Federation of Jewish Women’s organizations of the city will lend its active cooperation in the campaign.

Announcement was made by Mr. Fox of the appointment of Judge Grover M. Moscowitz as chairman of the Brooklyn section of the local drive.

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