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Jewish women -- Societies and clubs

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

B'nai B'rith Women Greater Lynn Chapter No. 367 (Lynn, Mass.) Records

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Identifier: I-588
Abstract B’nai B’rith Women (now known as Jewish Women International) is an international women’s group that promotes advocacy for women and the Jewish community through education, advocacy, and social services. The Greater Lynn Chapter No. 367 began in 1942 as a women’s auxiliary of B’nai B’rith Greater Lynn Lodge. This collection contains an annual report, journals, awards, correspondence, news articles, photographs, and scrapbook.
Dates: undated, 1939-1989

Companions of the Forest of America Boston Area Circles Records

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Identifier: JHCI-015
Abstract The Companions of the Foresters of America was a social and benvolent fraternal organization that was a branch of the Foresters of America. This collection contains charter certificates, materials pertaining to the practices and rituals of the organization, songbooks, and membership and entertainment ledgers for local Boston area circles, including Franklin Park Circle #1571, Brookline Circle #1558, and Dorchester Circle #1542.
Dates: undated, circa 1929-1981

Ladies Bikur Cholim Society (Roxbury, Boston, Mass.) Records

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Identifier: I-515
Abstract The Ladies Bikur Cholim Society of Roxbury, Massachusetts, was the founding organization of Jewish Memorial Hospital. In the 1920s, Beth Israel Hospital moved to a larger medical facility in Boston and sold their existing building to the Society. The president at the time of the building's purchase was Ida Cooper. This collection contains the minutes book of the Board of Directors meetings, with meeting minutes and membership lists from 1928-1932. The meeting minutes specifically discuss the...
Dates: 1928-1932

Young Women’s Hebrew Association (Everett, Mass.) Records

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Identifier: I-514
Abstract Little history is known about the Young Women's Hebrew Association in Everett, Massachusetts. The first YWHA was organized in New York City in 1902 and soon grew nationally, with branches in several states. The YWHA of New England, which the Everett chapter was most likely a part of, was organized in 1913. It is unknown when the Everett chapter was started or dissolved. This collection contains a fragile ledger with membership names and dues paid; receipts from Filenes, Jordan Marsh, and other...
Dates: undated, 1919-1926