Outdoor group portrait of the women on the first board of the Weibliche Fuersorge (Care for Women Society); Frankfurt am Main

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Where: Berliner Str. 27, 60311 Frankfurt am Main, Germany

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When: 01 January 1904

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Description: The Weibliche Fuersorge (Care for Women Society) was founded by Bertha Pappenheim in 1902. First board portrait includes Henriette Fuerth (Katzenstein), Henny Elkan, Sidorie Dann and Mrs. Epstein

Creator/Photographer: Unknown

Medium: Black and white photographic print

Date: 1904

Repository: Leo Baeck Institute, 15 West 16th Street, New York, NY 10011

Call Number: F 3240

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    Center for Jewish History, NYC

    • 06/May/2009 16:53:33

    If you have any information regarding the individuals within the picture, please leave a comment.

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    • 17/Jul/2009 04:09:08

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Jewish People and History - Ancient and Modern, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

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    • 14/May/2010 15:05:10

    Mrs. Epsteins first name was 'Cilly'. It is Sidonie (not Sidorie) Dann. Bertha Holzmann and Clementine Cramer were also members of the Weibliche Fürsorge at the beginning, so I suspect they also are in this picture. My source: Klausmann, Christina: Politik und Kultur im Kaiserreich: Das Beispiel Frankfurt. Frankfurt, New York: campus verlag 1997 (p.160).

2 months ago a contributor from Bondi, Australia suggested this image is from 1904