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Charles Fleischer

Charles Fleischer, German publicist.

Background

  • Fleischer, Charles was born on December 23, 1871 in Breslau, Germany. Son of Nathan Oskar and Frederica (Silberstein) Fleischer.

  • Education

    • Who emigrated to America in 1880. Bachelor of Arts, College City of New York, 1888. Bachelor of Letters, University of Cincinnati, 1893.

      Rabbi Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, 1893.

    Career

    • Rabbi Temple Israel, Boston, 1894, until 1911. Organized, 1911, and since leader of the Sunday Commons, Boston. Lecturer; contributor to mags. and newspapers.

      Editor of “Democracy”. Editor New York American editorial page since 1922. Radio “commentator” over Columbia Broadcasting System.

      Free lance lecturer, writer, journalist. Home: 129 E. 17th St., New York, New York.

    Works

    • Editor of “Democracy”. Editor New York American editorial page since 1922. Radio “commentator” over Columbia Broadcasting System.

      Free lance lecturer, writer, journalist.

    Connections

    • Married Mabel R. Leslie, lawyer, September 30, 1919.
    • father: Nathan Oskar Fleischer
    • mother: Frederica (Silberstein) Fleischer
    • spouse: Mabel R. Leslie
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    Born December 23, 1871
    Died July 2, 1942
    (aged 70)
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