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2, ); UJA Federation of New York, The Jewish Community Study of New York Highlights, idem, The Jewish Community Study of New York: Geographic Profile; P. Beck, J.B. Ukeles, and Ron Miller. InDr. Alexander Dushkin, director of the newly formed Jewish Education Committee, asked her to be the Director of the Department of Art Education of what is now the Board of Jewish Education of Greater New York, a position she held for 63 years, retiring in at the age of After serving with the Jewish Education Committee of New York City and the Jewish Education Association of Essex County, N.J., in Pilch became associated with the American Association for Jewish Education (now the Jewish Educational Services of North America), and from to was the executive director.

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