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Nathan, Theodore Reade was born on October 3, 1911 in Rouses Point, New York, United States. Son of Harry and Harriette (Steiner) Nathan.


Bachelor, New York University, 1934; Master of Arts, Columbia University, 1936.


Executive director, Union Jewish Congregations American, 1934-1936; executive secretary, National Council Young Israel, 1936-1938; managing editor, The Orthodox Union, 1934-1936; associate editor, Opinion magazine, 1936-1938; vice president, Dreier Hotel Corporation, 1938-1942; vice president, Blackstone Company, 1942-1944; associate editor, The Synagogue Light, 1944-1974; executive assistant to Billy Rose, The Synagogue Light, 1944-1947. Producer, director ABC-television, 1944-1948. Editor Theatre Arts magazine, 1947-1949, Young People's Encyclopedia.

Executive editor Hotel Gazette magazine, Greater Amusements magazine. President Laureate Press. Assistant to president Board Education, New York City, 1955-1965.

President Public Rels. Institute, since 1958. President Theodore Reade Nathan Advertising, Inc., New York City, since 1952.



Assistant to president Beth Israel Medical Center. Director Lincoln Square Academy. Associate Chairman of the Board U. Settlement.

Chairman scholarship committee Religious Education Association United States and Canada. Vice president Wall St. Synagogue, Beth Jacob Schools. Board directors National Conference of Christians and Jews, Consumer Commision on Accreditation Health Superior vena cava syndrome, American Shakespeare Theatre. M C.


Married Elizabeth Virginia Angelier, April 5, 1934. Children: Joy Nathan Stern, Gay Theodora.

Harry Nathan

Harriette (Steiner) Nathan

Elizabeth Virginia Angelier

Joy Nathan Stern Nathan

Gay Theodora Nathan