The Peace Banquet
THE JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF ENGLAND.
The Peace Banquet.
A large gathering, representative of all sections of the community, assembled on Thursday, January 22,1920, in order to celebrate the Peace and to do honour to the Semi-Jubilee of the Society (1893-1918). The Rt. Hon. the Earl of Reading, then Lord Chief Justice of England, presided, and he was supported by many notabilities, including the Lord Chancellor and the American Ambassador.
The names of those who were present are as follows :
Mrs. Abrahams, Mr. A. Abrahams, Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Abrahams, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Abrahams, Dr. and Mrs. I. Abrahams, Mr. Neville Abrahams, Mr. E. N. Adler, Mr. Herbert M. Adler, Rev. M. Adler, The American Ambassador, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Angell, Mr. J. M. Ansell, Mr. and Mrs. J. Aronstein, Mr. and Mrs. D. Assersohn.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Behr, Mrs. Baron, Mr. M. Barrasch, Mr. andBecome a member to read the full article
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