|Jeannette Miriam Goldberg|
The menorah is one of the oldest symbols of the Jewish faith. Jeannette Miriam Goldberg's zeal for the Jewish faith was evident.
Goldberg, Jeannette Miriam. National field secretary, Council of Jewish Women. Born in Jefferson, Texas. Daughter of Louis Goldberg and Miriam Levy. Pursued courses at Vassar College. A. B., Rutgers College. Chairman Junior Sections, Council of Jewish Women. Engaged in literary and club work. Taught English in Dallas, Sherman, and Waco, Texas, and in Birmingham, Ala., schools. Was chairman of education of Texas Woman's Council. Graduated as valedictorian; has since pursued postgraduate courses under Oscar Fay Adams and other professors of English. Has lectured on various subjects, literary and others. Has contributed articles to Jewish press and the leading journals of Texas on current and Jewish topics. Address: Jefferson, Texas.
American Jewish Year Book - Page 62
by American Jewish Committee, Jewish Publication Society of America - 1905
|Birth:||Feb. 18, 1868|
|Death:||Feb. 28, 1935|
Mount Sinai Cemetery
Women's Archive. "JWA Presents 'This Day in History' - February 28, 1935,
Death of NJCW & Jewish Chautauqua organizer Texan Jeanette Miriam Goldberg
Goldberg, Jeannette Miriam The Jewish Virtual Library