Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Shoshana Shoubin Cardin (b. 1926)
MSA SC 3520-14379

Sources:



Archival  Sources -

Hall of Records Commission. Maryland Manual 1969-70. Baltimore: Twentieth Century Printing Co., 1970.

Hall of Records Commission. Maryland Manual Supplement 1975-76. Baltimore, MD: John D. Lucas Printing Co., 1975.

Hall of Records Commission. Maryland Manual 1977-78. Baltimore: 20th Century Printing Co., 1977.

Hall of Records Commission. Maryland Manual 1979-80. Baltimore: 20th Century Printing Co., 1979.

Hall of Records Commission. Maryland Manual 1981-82. Baltimore: 20th Century Printing Co., 1981.

Hall of Records Commission. Maryland Manual 1981-82. Baltimore: 20th Century Printing Co., 1981.

Hall of Records Commission. Maryland Manual 1983-84. Glen Burnie, MD: Optic Graphics, Inc., 1983.

State Archives of the State of Maryland. Maryland Manual 1987-88. Glen Burnie, MD: Optic Graphics, Inc., 1987.

State Archives of the State of Maryland. Maryland Manual 1989-90. Kingsport, TN: Arcata Graphics, 1989.

State Archives of the State of Maryland. Maryland Manual 1991-92. Baltimore: United Book Press, 1991.

State Archives of the State of Maryland. Maryland Manual 1994-95. Baltimore: United Book Press, 1994.



Newspaper/journal articles -

Cerra, Frances. "Educating Women About Credit Rights." The New York Times, 9 October 1977.

Blaney, Retta. "The 11 Most Powerful Women in the Baltimore Area (and 29 Other Heavy-Hitters)." Baltimore Magazine, December 1978.

"Cardin Heads Jewish Drive." Evening Sun, 13 October 1983.

Colp, Judith. "Jewish American Empress?" The Jerusalem Report, 15 November 1990.

Kaplan, Allison. "Cardin to Head President's Conference." The Jerusalem Post, 19 December 1990.

Greene, Marilyn and Jessica Lee. "Bush Signals U.S. won't Desert Israel." USA Today, 23 September 1991.

Hiatt, Fred. "Gorbachev, U.S. Jews Meet; Soviets 'Will Not Close Our Eyes to Antisemitism." The Washington Post, 3 October 1991.

"Gorbachev Meets U.S. Jewish Spokesperson." The British Broadcasting Corporation, 4 October 1991.

Friedman, Josh. "Saudi Official, Jewish Leaders Meet; Meeting Seen Sign of Change Toward Israel." Newsday (New York), 19 November 1991.

Goldberg, J.J. "Separated by a Common Cause." The Jerusalem Report, 27 February 1992.

Fishkoff, Sue. "North American Jewish Federations Decide to Focus on Tradition." The Jerusalem Post, 15 November 1992.

Seymour, Add. "Jewish Federation to Hear Leader in Social Justice Causes." Knoxville News-Sentinel, 16 January 1999.

Jacobs, Phil. "A Conversation with Shoshana Cardin, Rabbi Nina Beth Cardin and Ilene Vogelstein." Baltimore Jewish Times, 31 December 1999. http://www.jewishtimes.com/scripts/edition.pl?now=5/25/1999&SubSectionID=48&ID=565

Levin, Steve. "U.S. Jews Called on to Emphasize their Identity." Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 7 November 2000.

Jacobs, Phil. "New High School Named for Shoshana Cardin." Baltimore Jewish Times, 8 March 2002. http://www.jewishtimes.com/scripts/edition.pl?now=5/25/1999&SubSectionID=30&ID=2157

Linley, Linda. "New Jewish High School for Baltimore County; Site Unknown; Opening is Planned for 2003." The Baltimore Sun, 3 April 2002.

Cardin, Shoshana. "Learning to Become Fluent in 'Faith-Speak." Forward, 26 November 2004. Article available at http://www.forward.com.

Curtis, Jennifer Keats. "Legendary Ladies: 10 Women Who Changed the Face of Maryland." Maryland Magazine, October 2011.



Books -

Baltimore County Women, 1930-1975. Towson, MD: American Association of University Women, 1975.

Segal, Sheila. Women of Valor: Stories of Great Jewish Women Who Helped Shape the Twentieth Century. New Jersey: Behrman House, Inc., 1996.

Stegman, Carolyn B. Women of Achievement in Maryland History. Maryland: Anaconda Press, 2002.



On-line Sources -

Maryland Daily Record. "Shoshana Shoubin Cardin." Maryland Daily Record: Maryland's Top 100 Women, 2000.  http://www.mddailyrecord.com/top100w/cardin.html.

The Associated. "International Lion of Judah Conference." 2004. http://www.associatednews.org/article3.php.

Jewish Women's Archive. "Shoshana Shoubin Cardin." Weaving Women's Words: Baltimore Stories, 2004.  http://www.jwa.org/exhibits/baltimore/cardin.html.

Jewish Women's Archive. "This Week in History: November 15, 1984." 2004. http://www.jwa.org/this_week/week47.html.

Cardin, Shoshana S. "Unbounded Enthusiasm, Unbounded Challenges: On Founding a Transdenominational Jewish Day High School." Hebrew College Today, 2005.    http://www.hebrewcollege.edu/hct/winter_2005/insight/index_p.html.

"Shoshana Shoubin Cardin." Biography Resource Center, 2005, http://galenet.galegroup.com.



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