Beautiful certificate from the Jewish Tribune Corporation
issued in 1929. This historic document was printed by Braun-Green Company and has an ornate border around it with a vignette of an eagle. This item has the signatures of the Company's President, David Mosessohn and Secretary, Louis Hoctstein and is over 78 years old.
The Jewish Tribune was published until April 1931 when lack of funds forced its suspension during the depression. David Nehemiah Mosessohn, 47, was editor and co-founder (1902, with his brother Moses Dayyan Mosessohn) of The Jewish Tribune, founder (1919) and executive chairman of Associated Dress Industries of America, appointed in 1929 to the Hoover Business Commission; of arteriosclerosis; in Manhattan died in 1930.
Herbert Hoover: 1929-1933 Message on the Death of David N. Mosessohn December 17, 1930 I AM shocked to learn of the death of my friend Dr. David N. Mosessohn. His distinguished contributions to Jewish culture and his outstanding leadership in service of the noblest ethical ideals will cause him long to be remembered gratefully by his fellow countrymen of all races and creeds. HERBERT HOOVER [The Jewish Tribune, 570 Seventh Avenue, New York City] NOTE: David N. Mosessohn, executive chairman of the Associated Dress Industries of America and editor of the Jewish Tribune, died on December 16, 1930.