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Lawyer

Harold Greenwald, American lawyer. Counsel to Americans for Energy Independence, Washington, 1975-1976; trustee Wall St. Synagogue, since 1965. Member American Bar Association, Association Bar City of New York, International Association Jewish Lawyers and Jurists, Zionisi Organization American (board directors since 1943, chairman finance committee 1945-1993).

Background

Greenwald, Harold was born on April 2, 1907 in Yonkers, New York, United States. Son of Louis and Rose (Schwartz) Greenwald.

Education

New York University (Bachelor of Laws, 1928).

Career

Associate Law Office Waldo G. Morse, New York City, 1928-1934. Counsel Cooperative Grange League Federation, 1934-1964. Partner Greenwald, Kovner, Goldsmith, New York City, 1944-1960, Danziger, Bangser, Klipstein, Goldsmith & Greenwald, New York City, 1960-1977.

Of counsel Bangser, Klein, Rocca & Blum, from 1977. Counsel, New York.State Prisoners of War Programs, 1943-1944. General counsel Agway Inc., 1964, Quality Bakers American Cooperative, New York City, 1943-1986.

Medical conference New York Legislation Committee for Revision of Cooperative Corporation Law, 1965.

Membership

Counsel to Americans for Energy Independence, Washington, 1975-1976. Trustee Wall St. Synagogue, since 1965. Member American Bar Association, Association Bar City of New York, International Association Jewish Lawyers and Jurists, Zionisi Organization American (board directors since 1943, chairman finance committee 1945-1993).

Connections

Married Dorothy Nass, June 26, 1943 (deceased).

father:
Louis Greenwald

mother:
Rose (Schwartz) Greenwald

spouse:
Dorothy Nass