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Israel Treiman

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Birthplace: Odessa, Odessa, Ukraine
Death: 1994 (93-94)
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Son of Marcus Treumann and Dora Treumann
Husband of Jeanne Treiman
Father of Private and Private
Brother of Soloman Treiman; Morris (MORRIE) Treiman; Barney Treiman; Robert Crage Treiman; Shirley Treiman and 2 others

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About Israel Treiman

Born in Odessa in 1900. His mother, father, and 5 small children fled Odessa in 1906 to escape massacre after two stores his father owned there had been ransacked.

ISRAEL TREIMAN, 93; TAUGHT LAW AT WU

Israel Treiman, a former professor at Washington University Law School, died Wednesday (March 2, 1994) at his home in Clayton after suffering from heart disease. He was 93. Professor Treiman was born in Russia. He came to the United States as a young child and grew up in St. Louis. He graduated from McKinley High School and earned his bachelor's, master's and law degrees from Washington University. As one of the first American Rhodes scholars, he earned a doctorate in the mid- 1920s from Oxford University. He was a law professor at Washington University from 1930 until 1942, when he took a leave of absence to work as a legal administrator for the St. Louis Office of Price Administration. He also had a private law practice in St. Louis. In the mid-1970s, he helped found the Shifrin & Treiman law firm in Clayton. He was married for more than 50 years to Jeanne Friedlob Treiman; she died in 1989.

--St. Louis Post-Dispatch; Mar. 4, 1994

Menorah Leader Appointed Rhodes Scholar

Source: Jewish Telegraphic Agency January 14, 1924

Israel Treiman, last year’s President of the Menorah Society at Washington University at St. Louis, has won an appointment as Rhodes scholar-at-large. He will go into residence at Oxford next October for the three-year term of the scholarship, and will do reserarch work in jurisprudence.

The Rhodes Scholarships, established by the Late Cecil Rhodes to cement the friendship between England and America, are the most coveted honors open to American university students, and are awarded on the basis of personality and athletic prowess as well as brilliant scholarship. Treiman was born at Odessa, Russia, and took his A.B. and A.M. degrees at Washington University, specializing in the Classics, and afterward taking up the study of law. It is expected that he will devote part of his study at Oxford to Jewish law.

Besides being the leader of Jewish cultural activities at his University through the Menorah Society, Treiman has also participated in Jewish religious activities in the city of St. Louis, serving as assistant to Rabbi Leon Harrison.


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Israel Treiman's Timeline

1900
1900
Odessa, Odessa, Ukraine
1994
1994
Age 94