Leonore Goldstein (1875-1971) was the wife of Dr. Max A. Goldstein (1870-1941), founder of Central Institute for the Deaf. Mrs. Goldstein served on the Board of Managers of CID from its founding in 1914 until her death. She also served as a member of the Board of Directors of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra for over 65 years.
Goldstein discusses her husband Max A. Goldstein, his art and book collecting, his founding of the journal The Laryngoscope, and his founding of Central Institute for the Deaf in 1914.
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