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Harry Hubert Mayer

rabbi

Harry Hubert Mayer, American rabbi. Awarded medal by German Red Cross, 1919. Speaker for overseas and war relief campaigns, Executive director of Near East Relief committee of Western Missouri. Member Central Conference American Rabbis, Franklin Institute (vice president), Philosophical Society of Kansas City, Veiled Prophets, Zeta Beta Tau (director nat. educational committee); Mason (Shriner), B’nai B’rith.

Background

Mayer, Harry Hubert was born on January 24, 1874 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Lippman and Alice (Hecht) Mayer.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University of Cincinnati, 1896. Rabbi, Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, 1896. Graduate study in Germany, 1896-1897.

Career

1 son, William Lippman. Rabbi of the Temple, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1897-1899, Kansas City, Missoury, 1899-1928, rabbi emeritus since 1928. President Kansas City Pure Milk Commission, 1908-1918.

Trustee of Drum Memorial Agricultural School. Director United Jewish Charities. Chaplain Democratic National Convention, 1900.

Membership

Member Central Conference American Rabbis, Franklin Institute (vice president), Philosophical Society of Kansas City, Veiled Prophets, Zeta Beta Tau (director nat. educational committee). Mason (Shriner), B’nai B’rith. Clubs: Fortnightly, Professional Men’s (vice president), Oakwood Country.

Connections

Married Cornelia Augusta Ney, January 2, 1905.

father:
Lippman Mayer

mother:
Alice (Hecht) Mayer

spouse:
Cornelia Augusta Ney