Hartogensis, Benjamin Henry
HARTOGENSIS, BENJAMIN HENRY
HARTOGENSIS, BENJAMIN HENRY (1865–1939), U.S. jurist, historian, and civic leader. Hartogensis, born in Baltimore, was a lifelong resident there, practicing law from 1893. He wrote for the Baltimore Sun and Baltimore American, and for Jewish publications, including the (Philadelphia) Jewish Exponent, of which he was an associate editor, and the Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society. Hartogensis' major interests were legal and historical, particularly the history of religious liberty in America, including Jewish law (especially marital) and biblical influences on American law. A leader in civic and Jewish organizations, Hartogensis was a founder of Baltimore's night schools and the Baltimore branch of the Alliance Israélite Universelle. He established the Jewish legal section of the Baltimore Law Library.
[Robert S. Goldman]
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