with minor updates
As Jay writes:
There’s something about round numbers, even if they don’t actually represent anything particularly special.
Were she alive, our mother: Faye [Avrunin] Hurvitz, would be 100 years old today [in 2013]; one day before the winter solstice.
For someone as modest (about herself) as she, she has quite a presence on the Web and not only at our family sites. In honor of the date, I collect some of them here.
On what would have been her 4th Yahrtzeit:
At Jay’s Boidem
Her role in publishing books:
- Marriage and Family Therapy; a Sociognitive Approach
- Shtetl Life: The Nathan and Faye Hurvitz Collection
…which has entered the academic discourse
When doing a Google search for Ruth Seid (AKA Jo Sinclair), the first image presented is of these two young women as high school friends (a photo scanned and posted on the original Davka site, and the sixth page listed is the one published here in 2001 where that photo appears.
in her honor
Today, I’m wearing her button.
|Text||American Association for the Advancement of Science
Science Books & Films
your lapel buttons
Many people have lapel buttons. They may be attached to a favorite hat or jacket you no longer wear, or poked into a cork-board on your wall. If you have any laying around that you do not feel emotionally attached to, please let me know. I preserve these for the Jewish people. At some point they will all go to an appropriate museum. You can see all the buttons shared to date.