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Sydney Godfrey Rubinow

Sydney Godfrey Rubinow, Russian agricultural economist, publicist. Member National Council Defense, North Carolina, World War; Member National Council Farmers’ Coöperative Marketing Assns.

Background

  • Rubinow, Sydney Godfrey was born on March 16, 1887 in Lodz, Russia. Son of George Max and Mary Rubinow.

  • Education

    • Brought to the United States, 1892. Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, Cornell Univercity, 1909. Master of Sciences, University of Wisconsin, 1914.

      Post-graduate student, University of Minnesota, 1925.

    Career

    • Assistant director agricultural extension, North Carolina, 1916-1920. Assisted in organizing in interest of marketing the American Cotton Association, Texas Farm Bureau, Oklahoma Cotton Growers’ Exchange, Red River Valley Sweet Clover Growers’ Exchange. Organized Maine and Minnesota Potato Growers’ exchanges.

      Consultant organizer North Dakota Potato Growers’ Exchange. General manager Minnesota Potato Growers’ Exchange, 1924-1925. Lecturer, American Institute of Coöperation, University of Pennsylvania, 1925.

      Special publicist Upper Mississippi Barge Line Company, 1925-1926. Manager farm development department Minneapolis Tribune, 1925-1927.

    Works

    • Author of numerous bulletins, monographs and articles on coöp. marketing and agricultural organization.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Member National Council Defense, North Carolina, World War. Member National Council Farmers’ Coöperative Marketing Assns.

    Connections

    • Married Ruth Fisher, June 10, 1913. Children: Sydney G., Hugh Fisher.
    • father: George Max
    • mother: Mary Rubinow
    • spouse: Ruth Fisher
    • children: Sydney G. Rubinow
    • Hugh Fisher Rubinow
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