AMERICAN JEWESS, THE:
A monthly (afterward quarterly) magazine printed in Chicago and New York. There were nine volumes, the first appearing in April, 1895, the last in March, 1899. The object of the magazine was to offer to the American Jewess a field for her talents, to bring the Jewish women of the United States into closer touch with each other, and to act as the official organ of Jewish women's organizations. The editor was Rosa Sonnenschein.