- (b. 1903)American philant-ropist and financier, son of Julius Rosenwald. He was a director of Sears, Roebuck and company, but later concentrated on his own investments. He was chairman of the national United Jewish Appeal campaign and vice-chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee, and played an important role in the American Jewish Committee and United HIAS service.
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