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Year: 1938
Honoring President Roosevelt, July 17, 1938
Letter of Jewish National Fund read before meeting concerning Golden Book to be published in honor of President Roosevelt for his intervention in behalf of persecuted Jews. The Pliskov Association and the Ladies' Auxiliary pass a joint resolution to contribute $100.00. At the annual meeting held by the National Fund, October 23, 1938, and attended by representatives of all national organizations, our president, Chaim Verbofsky and the Auxiliary's president, Mrs. B. Smolar, present a check for a page in the Golden Book. On the page is inscribed that the Ladies' Auxiliary honors the Pliskov Free Loan Association on the occasion of our 30th Anniversary Jubilee.
Source: The Thirtieth Anniversary Jubilee Book of The Pliskover Free Loan Association, 1908-1938

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