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AN URGENT APPEAL 

FOR 

YOUR SUPPORT 

Our financial problem is a serions one to cope with. 
Our present income is insufficient to cover our budget 
requirements — hence a yearly deficit. With a larger in- 
come, we can overcome this deficit — BUT, OF MUCH 
MORE IMPORTANCE— accept a larger proportion of 
eager applicants we are now obliged to turn away. Fifty 
per cent, more students can have the benefit of our train- 
ing in agriculture and other advantages, without ma- 
teriallj^ increasing our overhead. Obviously, the School's 
only additional expenditure would be that of food. 

Helping underprivileged boys is one of the finest 
endeavors in philanthropy. It is a constructive invest- 
ment. 

WILL YOU NOT ASSIST IN THIS NOBLE WORK? 

Your contribution will be most helpful, and is earnestly 
solicited. 

HERBERT D. ALLMAN, 

President. 



THIRTY- SECOND 

ANNUAL REPORT 

OF 

The National Farm 
School 



Farm School 
Bucks County 
Pennsylvania 




1929 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



OFFICERS AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

Harry B. Hirsh, Chairman, Board of Trustees 



Herbert D. Allman, President of the School 
Joseph H. Hagedorn^ Vice-President 
Isaac H. Silverman, Treasurer 
Miss E. M. Bellefield, Secretary 

HONORARY MEMBERS 
(Having Served for Ten Consecutive Years) 



Herbert D. Allman 
Henry S. Belber 
Hart Blumenthal 
David Burpee 

A-DOLPH ElCHHOLZ 

Harry Felix 
]\Iorris Fleishman 



Drue N. Allman 
Isidore Baylson 
]\Irs. Gabriel Blum 
Harry Burstein 
Wm. H. Fineshriber 
Horace T. Fleisher 
Jos. H. Hagedorn 
H. Richard Hano 
Roy a. Heymann 
Julian A. Hillman 



Simon Friedberger 
Daniel Gimbel 

Jos. H. HiNLEIN 

Harry B. Hirsh 
Morris A. Kaufmann 
Alfred M. Klein 
Dr. Bernard Kohn 

ELECTED MEMBERS 

Stanley H. Hinlein 
Louis A. Hirsch 
Maurice Jacobs 
Henry A. James 
Charles Kline 
Mrs. Jos. Krauskopf 
R. M. Livingstone 
Elias Nusbaum 
Jas. a. Pratt 
Leon Rosenbaum 



M. R. Krauskopf 
Leon Merz 
Louis Nusbaum 
Bernard Selig 
I. H. Silverman 
Jos. N. Snellenburg 



Louis Schlesinger 

Edwin H. Silverman 

Philip Sterling 

Mrs. Arthur K. Stern 

Isaac Stern 

Wm. S. Wasserman 

Jas. Weintraub 

Jas. Work 

Grant Wright 



]\liss A. M. Abrahamson, Wm. Abrahamson, Mrs. Miriam 
Isaacs, Field Secretaries 



WOMEN'S COMMITTEE 

Mrs. Jos. Krauskopf, Chairwoman 
Mrs. Theodore Netter, Treasurer Mrs. David Frankel, Secretary 

Mrs. A. J. Bamberger Mrs. Alex Fleisher, 2d Mrs. A. Marks 

Mrs. Henry S. Belber Mrs. Simon Friedberger Miss M. Oppenheimer 

^Irs. Philip Berg Mrs. Sara Goldsmith Mrs. H. Rosenthal 

Mrs. D. T. Berlizheimer IMrs. Hiram Hirsch Mrs. Irving Rossheim 

Mrs. Gabriel Blum ]\Irs. A. M. Klein Mrs. R. B. Schoneman 

Mrs. Jacob Blumenthal Mrs. Bernard Kohn Mrs. Arthur K. Stern 

Mrs. Alex Fleisher i\Irs. M. R. Krauskopf 



EXECUTIVE OFFICES 
1701 Walnut Street, Philadelphia 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



NATIONAL BOARD OF STATE DIRECTORS 



LOUIS SCHLESINGER, Newark, N. J., Chairman 



Edmund H. Abrahams, Savannah, Ga. 
B. Abrohams, Green Bay, Wis. 
Herman Adasli:iu, Springfield, Mass . 
Sam Albrecht, Vicksburg, Miss. 
Daniel Alexander, Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Henry A. Alexander, Atlanta, Ga. 
Marcus Bachenheimer, Wheeling, W. Va. 
Frank A. Baer, Charleston, W. Va. 
Sigmond Bear, Wilmington, N. C. 
Henry Beer, New Orleans, La. 
Melvin Behrends, Washington, D. C. 
I. W. Bernheim, Louisville, Ky. 
R. D. Blum, Nashville, Tenn. 
S. B. Brunwasser, Pittsburgh, Pa., 
Edward M. Chase, Manchester, N. H. 
Julius L. Cohen, Superior, Wis. 
Louis Cohen, Ft. Smith, Ark. 
Miss Felice Cohn, Reno, Nev. 
Herman Cone, Greensboro, N. C. 
Max De Jong, Evansville, Ind. 
Aaron DeRoy, Detroit, Mich. 
Nathan Eckstein, Seattle, Wash. 
M. Elsasser, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Rabbi A. J. Feldman, Hartford, Conn. 
Hon. J. Floersheim, Roy, N. M. 
Stanley Frank, San Antonio, Tex. , 
A. Frankel, Sr., Des Moines, la. 
D. B. Franz, Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Ike L. Freed, Houston, Tex. 
Maurice J. Freiberg, Cincinnati, O. 
I. Freimuth, Duluth, Minn. 
Max Friedwald, Billings, Mont. 
Myer Friendly, Elmira, N. Y. 
Julius Glaser, St. Louis, Mo. 
Judge Edward I. Gleszer, Bangor, Me. 
M. E. Greenbaura, Chicago, 111. 
Milton D. Greenbaum, Baltimore, Md. 
N. Greengard, Mandan, N. D. 
Ivan Grunsfeld, Albuquerque, N. M. 
Mrs. H. A. Guinzberg, New York, N. Y. 
Sieg. Harzfeld, Kansas City, Mo. 
Hugo Heiman, Little Rock, Ark. 
Henry Hirsch, Toledo, O. 
Julius Hirschberg, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Wm. L. Holzman, Omaha, Neb. 
Robt. W. Isaacs, Clayton, N. M. 
Nathan Jaffa, Santa Fe, N. M. 
Simon Jankowsky, Tulsa, Okla. 
Carl H. Kahn, Chicago, 111. 
Howard Kayser, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Samuel E. Kohn, Denver, Col. 
Daniel E. Koshland, San Francisco, Cal. 
Rabbi Isaac Landman, New York, N. Y. 
G. Irving Latz, Ft. Wayne, Ind. 
Albert C. Lehman, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Isidore Lehman, Jackson, Miss. 
Bernard Levitt, Wichita, Kan. 
Dan A. Levy, Fort Worth, Tex. 



Dr. I. H. Levy, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Martin D. Levy, Erie, Pa. 

M. Lipinsky, Asheville, N. C. 

J. H. Loveman, Birmingham, Ala. 

Simon J. Lubin, Sacramento, Cal. 

A. L. Luria, Reading, Pa. 

H. A. Mackoff, Dickinson, N. D. 

Herbert Marcus, Dallas, Tex. 

Ben. H. May, Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Jewell Mayes, Jefferson City, Mo.. 

Max Mayfleld, Boise, Idaho. 

Sam Meyer, Meridian, Miss. 

L. Migel, Waco, Tex. 

Abe Miller, Chicago, 111. 

Louis Mosenfelder, Rock Island, HI. 

N. Murov, Shreveport, La. 

Albert Newman, Joplin, Mo. 

Milton G. Newman, Peoria, 111. 

Louis Oettinger, Scranton, Pa. 

Michael Panovitz, Grand Forks, N. D. 

Judge Max L. Pinansky, Portland, Me. 

Mrs. Edna S. Pinkerson, New York, N.Y. 

Samuel Polacheck, Y'akima, Wash. 

Myron Porges, Pocatello, Idaho. 

S. E. Rauh, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Alex Rosen, Bismarck, N. D. 

Bernath Rosenfeld, Tucson, Ariz. 

Emil Rosentock, Sioux City, la. 

Dr. Henry Ross, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Dr. Leo S. Rowe, Washington, D. C. 

Samuel Rudley, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Henry Sachs, Colorado Springs, Col. 

Judge S. B. Schein, Madison, Wis. 

Charles Schoen, Cedar Rapids, la. 

Hon. Ben Selling, Portland, Ore. 

David Snellenburg, Wilmington, Del. 

Morris Stern, San Antonio, Tex. 

Samuel Stern, Fargo, N. D. 

David Sternberg, Memphis, Tenn. 

Milton Sulzberger, Providence, R. I. 

Dr. J. J. Taubenhaus, College Station, 

Tex. 
Louis Tober, Portsmouth, N. H. 
Erwin M. Treusch, Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Mrs. E. Van Noorden, Brookline, Mass. 
Louis Veta, Cheyenne, Wyo. 
Eugene Warner, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Jerome A. Waterman, Tampa, Fla. 
Adolph Weil, Paducah, Ky. 
Isadora Weil, Montgomery, Ala. 
Jonas Weil, Lexington, Ky. 
Morris Weil, Lincoln, Neb. 
Leo Weinberg, Frederick, Md. 
Samuel M. Weinstein, Roanoke, Va. 
M. J. Weiss, Alexandria, La. 
J. K. Weitzenkorn, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 
S. D. Wise, Cleveland, O. 



4 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

THE FACULTY 

Herbert D. Allman, President 
ADMINISTRATION 

Cletus L. Goodling, B.Sc, M.Sc. (Pennsylvania State College) ; Dean of 
the School, Instructor in Farm Management. 

Samuel B. Samuels, B.Sc. (Massachusetts Agricultural College) ; Assist- 
ant to the Dean, Director of Athletics, Instructor in Rural Sociology. 

Harold K. Fleming, B.Sc. (Pennsylvania State College) ; Social Director, 
Associate in Horticulture. 

Miss Rebecca Churchman^ B.Sc. (Delaware), Librarian. 

Mrs. Rose Bergman, Matron. 

AGRONOMY 

Otto A. Stangel, B.Sc, M.Sc. (Wisconsin) ; Head of the Department 

Superintendent of Farms. 
Henry Schmieder, A.B., M.Sc. (University of Pennsylvania) ; Professor 

of Chemistry and Beekeeping. 
Walter J. Groman (The National Farm School) ; Farm Mechanics. 
Edwin Webster, B.Sc. (Pennsylvania State College) ; Field Foreman. 

HORTICULTURE 

David M. Purmell, B.S.c. (Michigan State Agricultural College) ; Head 

of the Department. 
Morris Mayer (National Farm School) ; Floriculture. 
Herman G. Fiesser (Gartenbauschule, Geisentein, Germany) ; Landscape 

Gardening. 
William Fox (National Farm School) ; Assistant Field Foreman. 

ANIMAL HUSBANDRY AND DAIRYING 

W. N. McClung, B.Sc. (West Virginia University) ; Head of the Depart- 
ment. 
Wesley Massinger, D.V.S. (Nev\r York University) ; Veterinary Science. 
Cecil J. Toor (National Farm School) ; in charge of Poultry. 
Floyd Cook, Herdsman. 

ACADEMIC 

Paul McKown, A.B. (Princeton), A.'Sl. (Pennsylvania); Professor of 

History and English. 
Julian B. Feibelman, R.a.bbi (Hebrew Union College), A.M. (University 

of Pennsylvania) ; Lecturer in Ethics. 



Allen H. Moore, M.D. (Jefferson Medical College) ; Chief Physician. 
Gustav C. Tassman, D.D.S. (Philadelphia Dental College) ; Consulting 

Dentist. 
Mrs. Bertha Jackson, Nurse. 
Lieutenant Joseph Frankel ("Director of the Philadelphia Municipal 

Band), Band Master and Musical Instructor. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 
Message of the President 

HERBERT D. ALLM|AN 

TO THE 

THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL MEETING 

OF 

THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 
OCTOBER 20, 1929 



If one-fourth the American population is today producing 
almost twenty times the farm products of a half-century ago, 
there must be some reasons for it. 

Agriculture, notwithstanding public opioiion's inherent un- 
favorable attitude, has made greater strides under adverse con- 
ditions than any other industry. We are on the eve of a still 
greater development. Inventions of new agricultural products 
through chemical research, financial aid promised by State 
Bankers' Associations, and training farmers along scientific lines, 
will inaugurate a new era of prosperity. Is it not time the oft- 
quoted expressions "Farm Depression" and "Farm Relief," be 
thrown in the discard — eliminated from public consciousness? 
There is no more depression in agriculture than in any other in- 
dustry. Farming should be regarded as a staple, growing 
venture, able to hold up its head, secure in the general business 
structure of the nation. Farm statistics indicate that nature has 
co-operated with the farmer this year in wiping out surpluses — 
that relatively high prices are in prospect for all important prod- 
ucts raised by those who "know how." The demand for good 
farm land is improving — another indication that farming pays, if 
scientifically understood and carried on. 

Farming is, and must continue to be an individualistic busi- 
ness of small units and independent ownership. The farmer is an 
outstanding example of the economically free individual. It is 
estimated that only 7 per cent, of the world's arable land, 6 per 
cent, of its population and 4 per cent, of agricultural workers are 
found within the boundaries of the United States, yet we produce 
25 per cent, of the world's wheat, 75 per cent, of its corn, 60 per 
cent, of its cotton, 50 per cent, of its tobacco, 25 per cent of its 



6 THE NATIOXAL FARM SCHOOL 

oats and hay, 20 per cent, of its flaxseed and 13 per cent, of its 
barley. These figures demonstrate that the change from hand 
labor to machinery is increasing. 

While many authorities, including President Hoover, Secre- 
tary of Agriculture Hyde, and Chairman Legge of the Federal 
Farm Board, are interested in the solution of the farm relief 
problem, the most the government can do, is to help farmers help 
themselves. The Farm Board possesses no miraculous powers, 
nor has it any money to give away. It cannot set aside natural 
economic laws. It cannot merge 6,000,000 farms, nor subsidize 
agriculture. It cannot arbitrarily fix prices. It can, however, 
encourage the development of a full co-operative marketing sys- 
tem, advantageous to the country as a whole. 

The greatest need of American agriculture is more effective 
organization. The farmer must use his head with his hands. 
Those remaining on the land are forging their way back to pros- 
perity, by adopting machine methods, dispensing with superfluous 
hand labor, keeping more accurate accounts, and following the 
procedure of up-to-date business. 

Significant changes in agriculture, due to the wider use of 
machinery, are traced in a report made by the United States 
Chamber of Commerce. That survey shows that the mechaniza- 
tion of production processes results in larger farms, facilitates the 
organization of industrialized farms, swells the volume of agri- 
cultural production and tends to reduce prices of farm products. 
The report adds that American agriculture has more power avail- 
able for its use than any other branch of American industry, 
except railway transportation. It has more per worker than the 
combined manufacturing industries and uses more annually than 
all mining industries. The power problem in agriculture consists 
in mechanizing farm operations, at present requiring prodigious 
expenditures of human effort. 

Since 1920 tractors on farms have more than tripled. 
Larger numbers and improved types of farm implements have 
been placed on the market. The one-way disk-plow, has added 
to the efficiency of seed-bed preparation, while the most spec- 
tacular development has occurred in the field of harvesting ma- 
chinery. 

Farms of the future will be run along factory lines. Agri- 
culture is going through a transition period, due to increased use 
of machinery. Successful farms will resemble well-managed fac- 
tories, resulting in general prosperity by increasing the farmer's 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 7 

profits, thus enabling him to buy more necessities. Industry 
went through a period of distress similar to agricultural condi- 
tions of todaj^, but mass production is beginning to overcome this 
deficiency. 

Many farmers through adequate capital, skilled management 
and mass production are making substantial profits regardless 
of the condition of the farmer Avho is a poor manager and lacks 
machinery. An average of 400,000 persons for the past 8 years 
has left the farm, being replaced by machinery, which does their 
Avork better and more quickly. Where electricity is made avail- 
able, a vast market for electrical farm machinery and household 
appliances will be opened up. The successful farmer of the 
future will be a combination business man and technician. He 
will use machinery, keep accurate records, know production costs 
and how to control them, thus securing a larger and more staple 
income. 

Many hold the opinion that farming is merely a laboring 
occupation, requiring bone and muscle only. Agriculture, the 
foundation and support of human existence is not only funda- 
mental and basic to man's happiness, but rudimentary; requiring 
knowledge and training to carry on successfully. 

Is it not, therefore, obvious that in addition to a common 
school education, the study of plant life, soil culture and hus- 
bandry, the farmer should, to be successful, keep in touch with 
all improvements, especially those mechanical? Should not 
specialized and scientific farm training, include a practical knowl- 
edge of farm machinery? 

In order to accomplish this, your Trustees are now erecting 
a modern Mechanics Building, solely for the purpose of giving 
their students a complete course in this important branch. 

This utilitarian building, the first of its type in the East, will 
be complete in every detail. It will be electrically equipped 
and wired to handle all problems. The basement in its sub-divi- 
sions will contain tractor, forge rooms and carpenter shops. A 
course will be given in the study of gas engines, electric light 
plants, storage batteries, magnetos and carburetors, now so neces- 
sary on isolated farms. The boys will be taught how to run and 
operate them — to determine horse-power by the break methods, 
enabling them to handle tractors and make their own repairs 
when on the field. 

Pumping systems on the farm are rapidly becoming popular. 
By including the various types, deep well and shallow, as well as 



8 THE XATIOXAL FARM SCHOOL 

hydraulic rams, their mechanics can be practically illustrated. 
Welding, bending and other blacksmithing will be taught in the 
forge rooms. Tn the woodwork shops, students will be shovrn 
how to make the many small things always necessary on the farm. 

The second floor will be used for the study of farm machinery 
as to construction, type and method of operation. Farm imple- 
ments and tractors will be donated by their makers, so our 
students may dismantle, reassemble and study the methods of 
transferring power. 

The fir.st floor front Avill be used as Executive Office and 
District Post Office. 

lu addition to the Mechanical Hall, there is being placed in 
use a new system of interior roads and concrete walks, connecting 
the various buildings on the Campus, entered through a handsome 
brick and stone G'ateway, the gift of Mr. I. H. Silverman, in 
memory of his wife. 

These improvements were designed by Edwin H. Silverman 
and Abraham Levy, Associate Architects, of Philadelphia, and 
are being constructed by John S. Bailey and Bro., Contractors, 
of Doylestown, Pa., under the supervision of our competent Build- 
ing Chairman, Mr. Leon Rosenbaum. 



Taking a retrospective survey of our endeavors during the 
year just passed, we feel gratified at the results. A summary- 
shows the largest and best enrollment of lads in the School's 
historj"; excellent health records of students and staff; good 
moral and ethical deportment; the graduation of 58 Seniors, 
now in good paying positions ; large and profitable crop and dairy 
returns; broadening of curriculum and field training; outstanding 
sport and athletic achievements and wide and favorable press and 
public commendations — credit for many of these satisfactory re- 
sults, being mainly due to the efficiency of Prof. C. L. Goodling, 
Dean of the School. 

One of the best evidences of the School's progress, is the 
rapidly growing list of applicants from all parts of the United 
States, eager to make some branch of agriculture their vocation. 
"We meet but one discouragement — lack of money. Stretching 
our maintenance fund to the utmost, we must still every year 
turn away disheartened scores of worth-while lads who desire to 
avail themselves of the opportunities afforded by our School. 




SECTION OF IXTERIOR OF KRALSKOPF LIBRARY 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 9 

We are proud of our athletic teams, efficiently coached by 
Mr. Samuels. They have been almost 100 per cent, victorious, 
meeting- some of the strongest inter-collegiate freshmen teams in 
the East. The football rallies and victory dinners have been 
impressive to students, teams and guests, among whom were 
Olympic Champions and other outstanding amateur and profes- 
sional athletes. 

Our School Band, organized and trained through the volun- 
tary services of Philadelphia's outstanding bandmaster. Lieu- 
tenant Joseph Frankel, has been most successful at home and 
abroad. The String Orchestra has been a credit to its members 
and entertaining to students. Other student organizations have 
functioned satisfactorily in fields of agricultural research, gen- 
eral knowledge and entertainment. "The Gleaner," controlled 
by a student board of editors, is a worthy publication. 

Our graduates continue to give excellent account of them- 
selves. Alumni Chapters in various sections of the country are 
functioning efficiently, helpful to their members and their Alma 
Mater. We are proud of these upstanding citizens, and glad to 
meet them at their annual reunions. 

Monthly meetings of our Board of Trustees have been largely 
attended. Our various Men's and Women's Committees and 
Chairmen have given freely of time and service. 

Our reorganized National Board of 117 members, covering 
every State in the Union, contributes to the advancement of the 
School in every direction, especially helping in the careful 
selection of students from distant points. 

Our Faculty, Office Staff, Field Representatives, Matron and 
Domestic Assistants, have given their best co-operation, for which 
we offer our thanks and appreciation. 

Notwithstanding many thousands enthusiastically sponsor 
and support our School, certain of its high position among educa- 
tional institutions, we sometimes meet doubters who fail to under- 
stand the vital importance of ispecialized agricultural knowledge 
and practical training. In order to answer such occasional critics, 
we sought an opinion from a disinterested source, inviting no 
less an authority than Dr. Clyde L. King, nationally-known agri- 
cultural expert and economist, to make a fair and impartial sur- 
vey of our Institution and its Avork. After careful study, he 
submitted an illuminating 48-page report, including his opinions 
that the School has a legitimate place in the scheme of Jewish 



10 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

communal activities — that its success has been completely demon- 
strated — ^that its expenditures are kept well within limits— that 
it exists to give a better chance to boys whose parents cannot 
given them a fair opportunity, thereby serving trebly — the indi- 
vidual, the family and the community. As a training for living 
and vocation, our School can, and does, perform service of in- 
estimable value. The School is recognized as a great Jewish 
philanthropy, and encourages a better racial understanding by 
accepting a proportionate number of non-Jewish students. 

Dr. King adds that educators are in substantial agreement 
as to the essentials of our training — that pupils learn more rapidly 
in an environment characterized by happiness, creative ability, 
educational understanding and mutual service. That we have 
built up a faith in the School through the country, regardless of 
race or creed. That we justify our existence as a vocational 
f-'cho'ol aside from the question as to whether it should be devoted 
to farm training. 

He praised our Board comprised of capable educators, phil- 
anthropists and representative business and professional men; 
whose President gratuitously gives full time to both School and 
office. 

He includes a truism, that farming in some sections for 
■various reasons is not prosperous, yet never in our history have 
individual farmers had the success they now achieve. That the 
need of American agriculture is for better trained farmers, with 
an ability to produce, and love for farm life. That our School is 
situated in a territory where for many years there will be a 
demand for its graduates at satisfactory wages, and from his own 
experience, he knows that farmers want to employ our graduates. 

The need, value and successful growth of this unique School, 
amplified in Dr. King's report, stand as a monument to the name 
of its Revered Founder. The results of Dr. Krauskopf 's initial 
conception are, in themselves, a laving tribute to the many 
sacrifices he so courageously made in building up this great Insti- 
tution. 

On October 1, 1929, our School sustained an irreparable loss 
in the death of its National Chairman, Trustee and Benefactor, 
Abraham Erlanger. For over six years, this good man gave un- 
stintedly of himself and of his micans for the promotion of this 
Institution. Becoming actively interested almost simultaneously 
with the death of our Founder, his desire to help underprivileged 
lads, and keen business judgment, made him an outstanding 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 11 

leader. In his death, the School has lost one of its greatest 
friends, the Board of Trustees their adviser and beloved associate. 
He was my dear personal friend, whose taking away I deeply 
mourn. 

The death of Joseph Bunford Samuel on January 1, 1929, 
removed another good friend from our midst. As long as The 
National Farm School stands, the name of Mr. Samuel will be 
known as its benefactor and friend. 

In conclusion, we offer our sincere appreciation for your past 
generosity and support. We hope we have merited your ap- 
proval and patronage, and thait we may gather new friends, to 
the end that this worthwhile endeavor — training city boys as 
agriculturists— may continue to expand. 



NEWSPAPERS PRAISE FARM SCHOOL 

The editorials reprinted helow are hut two of many appearing 
in the press throughout the country, praising the work and aims of 
The National Farm School: 

Farm School and Machinery 

Dedication of the new $75,000 Administration and Mechanics 
Building as part of the thirty-second harvest festival and anni- 
versary celebration of The National Farm School, near Doyles- 
town, is a significant event in denoting the modern trend of 
agriculture. 

Rapid mechanization of the farming industry, and observa- 
tion of the results where adequate use of modern machinery and 
electrical appliances are being made, confirm the President, Mr. 
Herbert D. Allman, in his belief that the successful farmer of the 
future will be "a combination business man and technician." 
Therefore it is that the Trustees are adding a Mechanics Building 
for the sole purpose of training the students in the use of the 
latest agricultural machinery, and electrical appliances for the 
farm and home. 

In this recognition that the greatest of the nation's basic 
industries is undergoing transition, The National Farm School 
points the way to the solution of the farmer's problems in a 
manner that legislative nostrums, debentures, price-fixing and the 
like cannot avail. Methods are being transformed to such a 
degree that production of crops enormously increases while the 



12 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

rural population diminishes, the net loss to the farm population 
last year being estimated at lOOyOOO'. 

Mr. Allman speaks as an expert who takes a comprehensive 
view of the situation, Vv^here he flouts such expressions as "farm 
depression" and "farm relief," and suggests that it is time they 
s^hould be banished from the public consciousness. Farming, as 
he intimates, is well able to hold up its head, secure in the sound 
business structure of the nation. — Editorial appearing in Phila- 
delphia Evening Bulletin, October 22, 1929; one of the largest 
circulated newspapers in the United States. 



Honoring the Founder at The National Farm School 

Mr, Herbert D. Allman, President of The National Farm 
School, did well at the Founder's Day exercises last Sunday to 
emphasize the fact that originally as conceived by its founder, 
the late Dr. Jos. Krauskopf, the School was intended as a Jewish 
educational institution. Founded in the true spirit of democracy 
and of tolerance it was natural that provision should be made for 
the admission of students not of the Jewish faith. Primarily, 
however, The National Farm School was to be a Jewish training 
school for those Jewish boys who would follow agriculture as a 
career. 

The exercises at The National Farm School last Sunday were 
in keeping with the spirit of the founder. Proper emphasis was 
laid upon the importance of training students for agricultural 
pursuits. In this the record of the School is exemplary. The 
late Dr. Krauskopf was among the first to preach farming as a 
career for a large number of the Jewish youth of America. What 
has transpired in the course of the last quarter of a century — 
the agitation in favor of placing Jews on the farm in some of the 
countries of Europe as well as the increased Jewish farming popu- 
lation here and their stability on the land — fully justified the 
vision and persistence of the founder, and gave to The National 
Farm School a position unique in American Jewish life. — Editorial 
from the prominent Jewish weekly, The Jewish Exponent, of 
Philadelphia, June 7, 1929. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 13 



At a meeting of the Board of Trustees of The National Farm 
School, October 9, 1929, especially called in memory of the death of 

ABRAHAM ERLANaER 

the following resolution was adopted with profound sorrow : 

On the first day of October, 1929, Abraham Brlanger, National 
Chairman, Trustee and benefactor of The National Farm School, 
was relieved of all earthly cares by the decree of an All-Wise 
Providence. The officers, members of the Board of Trustees, 
Faculty and student body of The National Farm School, all of whom 
mourn in the passing of UNCLE ABE the loss of a beloved friend, 
make this tribute. 

For over six years this wise and generous man, with modesty 
and self-eiTacement, coupled with great zeal and determination, 
gave unstintedly of himself and generously of his means for the 
promotion of the best interests of the School. He devoted and sup- 
ported the great vision of the founder, Joseph Krauskopf, with all 
his heart and soul. 

The School has lost one of its greatest friends and the Board 
of Trustees their adviser and beloved associate. It is hereby 

RESOLVED, That this minute be suitably engrossed as a per- 
manent memorial to be placed on the walls of the Administration 
Building of the School, and a copy be given to the family ; that it 
be published in the press of Philadelphia and New York; in the 
Year Book of The National Farm School, and be spread upon the 
minutes of the meeting. 

HERBERT D. ALLMAN, 
HARRY B. HIRSH, 
JOSEPH H. HAGEDORN, 
ISAAC H. SILVERMAN. 



14 . THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

TWENTY-NINTH ANNUAL GRADUATION 

March 24, 1929 

The Twenty-ninth Annual Graduation Exercises of The 
National Farm School were held in the Louchheim Auditorium, 
on the School Campus, Sunday afternoon, March 24, 1929. 

Fifty-seven young men received diplomas for completing the 
three -year agricultural course, specializing in such branches as 
dairying, general agriculture, horticulture, floriculture, poultry- 
ing and landscape gardening. 

Dr. K L. Watts, Dean of the School of Agriculture, Penn- 
sylvania State College, delivered the Graduation Address. 
Herbert D. Allman, President of the School, also addressed the 
graduates, while Prof. C. L. Goodling, Dean of the School, pre- 
sented the diplomas and awards. Morris Miller was valedictorian, 
and Harry Weissman, salutatorian. The "Presentation of the 
Hoe," a symbolic ceremony, was made by Leon Rosenzweig, 
President of the Graduating Class, to the President of the in- 
coming Senior Class. 

Brief talks were made by Louis A. Hirsch, Drue N. Allman, 
Stanley H. Hinlein and Maurice Jacobs, members of the Board of 
Trustees. Mr. Louis Nusbaum, Associate Superintendent of 
Philadelphia Public Schools, presided. 

The speakers predicted a successful future for agriculturists, 
who have the advantage of a specialized training in this basic 
industry, asserting no vocation offers more to young men of 
individuality and scientific training, than farming. 

"The Louis A. Hirsch Prize" consisting of a five hundred 
dollar scholarship for scholastic and athletic attainment, was 
awarded to Albert "W. Hoguet, Jr. "The Meyer Rothstein" prize, 
a gold watch for highest scholarship, was awarded to Morris 
Miller. Silver cups offered by the Philadelphia Alumni were 
awarded to Morris Miller and Harry Weissman. A number of 
cash prizesi contributed by g-enierous friends (Hsted on pages 22 
and 23 of this book) were distributed among the graduates and 
student body, for excellence and effort. 

The list of graduates is as follows : 

Robert Applebaum, Buffalo, N. Y. Samuel Brown, New York City. 

Julius Beck, New York City Robert Catherwood, New York City. 

Albert Becker, Philadelphia Solomon Colton, Jersey City, N. J. 

Irving Brooks, Dorchester, Mass. Harry Dubrow, New York City 




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Sol. M. Ekstein, New York City 
Benjamin Essrig, Philadelphia 
Theodore Fertik, Philadelphia 
Stanley Fidelgoltz, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Hyman Finfer, New York City 
Daniel Glazer, Stamford, Conn. 
William Goodstein, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
George C. Haines, Philadelphia 
Albert W. Hoguet, Jr., Norwood, Pa. 
Carl Jung, Philadelphia 
Alfred Kisseleff, Philadelphia 
Irving Koltnow, Akron, O. 
Joseph Kovarik, New York City 
Benjamin Lampert, Cleveland, O. 
Benjamin Lazarowitz, Cleveland, O. 
Joseph Liebernick, New York City 
Maurice Lipson, Winnipeg, Can. 
Erwin London, Burlington, Vt. 
Seymour Lonyai, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Joseph Marks, Rockaway Beach, 

N. Y. 
Morris Miller, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
O. Bingham Meyers, Glenolden, Pa. 
Philip Pollachek, New York City 
Sydney Rand, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Lawrence Rickert, Brooklyn, N. Y, 
Emile Rivkin, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Meyer Rodels, Monticello, N. Y. 
Harry Rogin, New York City 
Sidney Rosen, Cleveland, O. 
Sidney Rosenberg, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Leon Rosenzweig, Philadelphia 
Solomon Rubenstein, New York City 
David Ruch, Philadelphia 
Irving Shteinshleifer, New York City 
Julius Sigunick, Brooklyn, N. Y.. 
Manny Silver, Omaha, Neb. 
Philip Snyder, Cleveland, O. 
Solomon Soskin, Winnipeg, Can. 
Andrew Strang, Philadelphia 
Roy Stuhlman, Philadelphia 
Nathan Tankenbaum, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Jacob Turansky, New Orleans, La. 
Philip Weber, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Harry Weissman, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Leon Weshner, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Edwin Wolk, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Jesse Wolk, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Julius Wolk, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Al Zaroe, Philadelphia 



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P^rprtual §>rtjnlarBijtpa 



1908— ''WM. S. RAYNER SCHOLARSHIP." By Mrs. 
Bertha Rayner Frank, Baltimore, Md. 

1908— "DR. SAMUEL L. FRANK SCHOLARSHIP." 
By Mrs. Bertha Rayner Frank, Baltimore, Md. 

1920— "SIMON L. AND CECILIA BLOCH SCHOLAR- 
SHIP." By Mr. Simon L. Bloch, Philadelphia. 

1924— "SIMON AND YETTA ERLANGER SCHOLAR. 
SHIP." By Mr. Abraham Erlanger, New York. 

1925— "S. R. GUGGENHEIM SCHOLARSHIP." By 
Mr. S. R. Guggenheim, New York. 

1925— "JOHN AND AMELIA STRAUSS SCHOLAR- 
SHIP." By Mr. Chas. Erlanger and children, 
Sidney C. and Milton S. Erlanger, and Mrs. Alfred 
Nathan, Jr., New York. 

1925— "FRED. A. MILIUS MEMORIAL SCHOLAR- 
SHIP." By friends of Mr. Milius, New York. 

1925— "THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL ALUMNI 
SCHOLARSHIP," By the Alumni of the School. 

1926— "PHI EPSILON PI SCHOLARSHIP." 

1926— "JOS. SCHONTHAL SCHOLARSHIP." By Mr. 
Jos. Schonthal, Columbus, Ohio. 



$10,000 founds a perpetual scholarship. 



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JarmH ionatein 



Flora Schoenfeld Farm No. 1 

40 acres, in 1904. 

Flora Schoenfeld Farm No. 2 

38 acres, in 1905. 

Flora Schoenfeld Farm No. 3 

163 acres, in 1907. 

In memory of Flora Schoenfeld 

by her husband, Max Schoenfeld 

of Rorschach, Switzerland. 



Henry Hellman Farm No. 4 

110 acres in 1917, by Henry Hellman, of New York. 



Abraham Erlang-er Farm No. 6 

205 acres in 1923, by Abraliam Brlanger, of New York. 



Abraham Erlanger Farm No. 7 

138 acres in 1925, by Abraham Erlanger, of New York. 



Joseph Bnnford Samuel Farm 
and Grist Mill, Sea Girt, N. J. 

In 1927, by Joseph Bunford Samuel, 



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Theresa Loeb Memorial Greenhouse 

In memoiy of Theresa Loeb, Ogontz, Pa., by family, 1898. 

Ida M. Block Memorial Chapel 

In memorv of Ida M. Block, Kansas City, Mo., by her husband 
and family, 1899. 

Zadok M. Eisner Building 

In memory of Zadok M. Eisner, Philadelphia, Pa., by his wife, 
1899. 

Rose Krauskopf Memorial Greenhouse 

In memory of Eose Krauskopf; Philadelphia, Pa., by her chil- 
dren, 1899. 

Dairy, by Mr. and Mrs. Louis I. Aaron 

Pittsburgh, Pa., 1899. 

Segal School and Science Building 

By Adolph Segal, Philadelphia, Pa., 1906. 

Frances E. Loeb Greenhouse 

In memory of Frances E. Loeb, by her husband, 1908. 

Louis I. Aaron Ice Hous€ 

By Louis I. Aaron, of Pittsburgh, Pa., in honor of his 70th 
birthday, 1911. 

Morris Lasker Domestic Hall 

By the Family of Morris Lasker, of Galveston, Tex., 1917. 

Edward Hirsh Botanical Laboratory 

In memorv of Edward Hirsh, by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 
Harry B. Hirsh, of Philadelphia, Pa., 1918. 

Rebecca F. Louchheim Auditorium 

In memory of Rebecca F. Louchheim, by her children, 1922. 

Carnation House 

By Dr. and Mrs. Jos. Krauskopf, in honor of their 25th Wedding 
Anniversary and the School's Silver Jubilee, 1922. 

Poultry Houses, Nos. 3, 4, 5 

By Wm. Hyman, Philadelphia, 1922. 

Rosetta M. XJlman Dormitories 

In memory of Rosetta M. Ulman, of Williamsport, Pa., 1923. 

Straus Model Dairy 

By Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Straus, New York, 1925. 

Erlanger Model Bams 

By Abraham Erlanger, New York, 1925. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 19 

FOUNDER'S DAY 

Sunday, June 2, 1929 

The Annual Founder's Da}^ Exercises of The National Farm 
School were held on the School grounds, June 2, 1929, in a grove 
of trees forujing a charming natural auditorium. 

In addition to honoring the memory of the founder. Dr. Jos. 
Krauskopf, to which Founder's Day is especiallj^ dedicated, the 
exercises included the celebration of the Thirty-second Annual 
Spring Exercises ; Tree Consecration ; and breaking of ground for 
the proposed new Farm Mechanics and Administrative Building. 
Hon. Harry A. Mackey, Mayor of Philadelphia, the guest 
speaker of the day, devoted his address to an appreciation of 
"the splendid work being accomplished by The National Farm 
School.'" 

Dr. "Wm. H. Fineshriber delivered the Tree Consecration 
Address, dedicating fifty-one Memorial Trees, planted in memory 
of friends of the School, and a number of Festive Trees, to com- 
memorate various occasions. Concluding his beautiful dedicatory 
address. Dr. Fineshriber said, "Dr. Krauskopf 's great dream of 
the good to be accomplished by a school such as this, is coming 
true. The finest citizenship in the United States has come from 
the farm. The trouble with agriculture is that the average farmer 
does not realize how much he must know in order to be suc- 
cessful." 

Herbert D, AUman, President of the School, in welcoming the 
hundreds of visitors from nearby cities and towns, and neighbor- 
ing States, said in part: "It is my privilege and pleasure to 
extend gTeeting-s and a hearty welcome to jou, to join in the 
observance of Founder's Day, to honor the memory of our illus- 
trious founder, Dr. Joseph Krauskopf. 

"It is now six years since Dr. Krauskopf 's death. His co- 
workers, comprising the Board of Trustees, indulge the hope, 
their endeavors, in co-operation with the Dean and Faculty, in 
carrying on and enlarging the purposes of this School, have 
proved successful. What has been accomplished? 

"Our capital assets have increased threefold since 1923. It 
is true we have a large deficit in our Maintenance Fund, which 
accumulates because Ave accept more boys than we should, owing 
to the grooving pressure of so many worthy applicants. 

"Six years ago, the enrollment was 98; today it comprises 
183. In 1923 we graduated 32' students — in March of this year 



20 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

58, all of whom have been advantageously placed m branches of 
agriculture in Avhich they majored. Since 1923, many buildings 
and plant improvements have been made, through the generosity 
of patrons. Ground is being broken today for the erection of a 
combined Administration and Farm Mechanics Building, the first 
building for instruction in farm machinery in this part of the 
country. Satisfactory working arrangements between Penn State 
College and our School are efficiently functioning in soil and 
fertilizer experimentations. 

"This School, as originally conceived by Dr. Krauskopf, is a 
Jewish educational philanthropy, encouraging Jewish boys par- 
ticularly, to make some branch of agriculture their vocation. It 
was the purpose of this man of great vision, to discourage racial 
intolerance ; therefore, a proportion of non-Jewish boys has 
always been welcome. 

'''Our graduates are equipped with brain, brawn and training, 
enabling them to make their way creditably through life. They 
are better qualified as citizens, mentaly, morally and physically, 
because of the training received at our School." 

Prof. C. L. Grooclling, Dean of the School, in a brief address, 
declared that the future success of agriculture depends more than 
ever on efficient operation of the farm itself — more, even, than 
upon any legislation which may be passed in aid of the farmer. 
The crying need of the country today is for scientifically trained 
men to supervise and manage farming lands, and in this aim the 
Farm School stands forward in remarkable fashion. 

Mr. Justin P. AUman, President of the Federation of Jewish 
Charities of Philadelphia, greeted the gathering in a few brief 
remarks. Dr. Geo. P. Ettenger, Dean of Muhlenberg College, 
also made a short address. 

Mayor Mackey, Herbert D. AUman and Leon Rosenbaum, 
Chairman of the Building Committee, assisted in the ceremonies 
incident to the breaking of ground for the Farm Mechanics and 
Administration Building. 

Mr. Harry B. Hirsh, Chairman of the Board, presided at the 
Exercises. Music was furnished by the student Band under the 
direction of Lieut. Joseph Frankel, Musical Director. 

Prizes, contributed by generous friends, were awarded to 
honor students. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 21 


J^sttu^ unh ii^mnrial Srr^a 


Planted on the School grounds in the Spring of 1929 and 


consecrated at the Founder's Day 


Exercises, 




Sunday, June 2, 1929 




V 


3Ff attup (Stnsi 




Ben Buer, Charleston, W. Va., Seventy-fourth Birthday. 


Dr. Edward Joseph 


111, Newark, N. J., Seventy-fifth Birthday. 


Robert Bruce Joel, 


Jacksonville, Fla., Birth. 




Carrie Krieger, Newark, N. J., Eightieth Birthday. 




iHpmorial Q^utB 




CALIFORNIA 


David Gundling 


Sandusky 


Beverly HiUs 


East Orange 


Mr. and Mrs. 

Louis Cohn 


Margaret Brickner 


General Geo. E. P. 




Franklin 


Howard 


Toledo 




Maplewood 


Elmer PI. Gerson 


CONNECTICUT 


Julius Stein 




Ne^v Haven 


Newark 


PENNSYLVANIA 


Jos. Koon 


Richard Bornstein 




Monroe F. Ziinder 


Carrie Cohen 
Felix Fuld 


Chester 


MASSACHUSETTS 


Carrie Hertz 
Hon. Thos. L. 


Bennett Levy 


Boston 


Raymond 


Philadelphia 


Caroline and 


•Bertha Schloss 


Max S. Apt 


Gideon Mock 


Jacob L. Schloss 


Josephine Congdon 




Jacob Stein 


Caroline Goldstein 


MINNESOTA 




Jos. L. Hirsch 




NEW YORK 


Carrie Laub 


Duluth 




Max Lehrfeld 


Louis Karon 


Albany 


.Jacob Marcus 




Delancey M. Ellis 


Marcus Rothschild 


Minneapolis 


Jos. Perle 


Dr. Santz 


Emile Adelsheim 




Ruth Slonimsky 


M. L. Cohen 


Brooklyn 


Samuel S. Wiener 


Ida Phillips 


Edythe A. Westfall 




MISSISSIPPI 


New York City 
M. A. Bernheimer 


VERMONT 


Meridian 

Wm. Pappenheimer 


Lee De Boer 
Alfred J. Fisher 
Morris Levy 


Vergrennes 

John M. Alden 


MISSOURI 


Hon. Geo. Paul 

Nicholson 


WEST VIRGINIA 


St. Eoiuis 






Rev. Dr. Leon 


OHIO 




Harrison 




Wheeling 




Cincinnati 


Henry M. Front 


NEW JERSEY 


Rebecca Englander 


(2 trees) 


Atlantic City 


Cleveland 


Moses Sonneborn 


Alexander M. Friend 


Mrs. Manuel Halle 


(2 trees) 



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CONTRIBUTORS OF PRIZES, 1929 

Mr. Herbert D. AUman, Philadelphia (annual). 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Belber, Philadelphia (annual). 

Mrs. D. Berlizhelmer, Philadelphia (annual). 

"Barnett Binswanger Prize," by the Board of the School (annual). 

Mrs. Gabriel Blum, Philadelphia, in memory of her sister, Adelaide Loeb 

Frank (annual). 
Mr. and 3Irs. Hart Blumenthal, Philadelphia, in memory of their son, 

Ralph (annual). 
Mrs. Sol. Blumenthal, Philadelphia, in memory of her husband (annual). 
Mrs. Leroy Bonsall, Philadelphia, in memory of her sister, Rachel 

Abrahamson (annual). 
Mrs. Gladys S. Braun, Philadelphia, in memory of her mother, Rebecca 

Simon (annual). 
Mrs. Jos. Caplan, Philadelphia, in memory of her parents, Selig L. and 

Mindel Belber (annual). 
"Abraham and Mathilde Dreifus Prize," by Mrs. Leon Cohen, Philadel- 
phia, in memory of her parents (annual). 
Mrs. Moe Geis, Philadelphia, in memory of her husband. 
Mrs. Yetta F. Goulson, Philadelphia, in memory of her sister. Lea 

Felleman Goulson. 
Mr. Louis A. Hirsch, Philadelphia. 
Miss Fannie D. Hirsh, Philadelphia, in memory of her father, Gabriel 

Hirsh. 
Mrs. Miriam Isaacs, Atlantic City, N. J., in memory of her cousin, 

Julia May (annual). 
"Herman Jonas Prize," by Miss Frieda Jonas, Philadelphia, in memory 

of her brother (annual). 
Mrs. Henry Kamsler, Philadelphia, in memory of her parents, Chas. and 

Bine Kahn (annual). 
Mr. David Kirschbaum, Philadelphia (annual). 
Mrs. Wm. Knocker, Atlantic City, N. J., in memory of her daughter, 

Sophie Knocker May (annual). 
"MJna Kohn Prize," by Mrs. Leon Cohen, Philadelphia, in memory of 

her aunt. 
Mr. S. George Levi, Philadelphia, in memory of parents (annual). 
"Isadore Liberman Prize," by Mrs. A. Press, Atlantic City, N. J., in 

memory of her father (annual). 
Mrs. AVm. J. Mack, Cincinnati, O., in memory of Abraham Feibelman. 
Mrs. I. Ij. Marks, Chicago, 111., in memory of her husband (annual). 
Dr. Wesley Massinger, Chalfont, Pa. (annual). 
"Morton M. Nevvburger Prizes," by Mrs. Jacob F. Loeb, New York, in 

memory of her brother (annual). 
Mrs. Max Oppenheimer, Philadelphia, in memory of Hulda Oppenheimer 

(annual). 
Mrs. Carrie W. Pfeifer, Philadelphia, in memory of her husband, Jos. H. 

Pfeifer (annual). 
Mr. Joseph S. Potsdainer, Philadelphia (annual). 

"Ruth and Dorothy Powdermaker Prizes," by Mr. David A. Powder- 
maker, Philadelphia, in memory of his daughters (annual). 
Mr. Emanuel Rauscher, Lehighton, Pa., in memory of Josephine 

Rauscher and Emanuel Berkowitz (annual). 

Mrs. Henry Rosenthal, Philadelphia (annual). 

Mr. Sigmund M. Rosin, Philadelphia, in memory of mother, Sophie Rosin 
(annual). 

Mrs. Eda Rothstein, Johnstown, Pa., in memory of Meyer Rothstein 
(annual). 

Mr. Jos. W. Salus, Philadelphia, in memory of mother, Barbara Salus 
(annual). 

Mr. I. H. Silverman, Philadelphia (annual). 

Mrs. Jos. Spatz, Pittsburgh, Pa., in honor of wedding anniversary of 
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Gerstel. 




A CLASS IN AGBICULTURAl, CHEMISTRY 




SCIENTIFIC TREATMENT OF FRUIT TREES 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 23 



CONTRIBUTORS TO PRIZES, 1929— Continued 

Mrs. Milton L. Stern. New York, in memory of her grandfather, Abraham 

Weitzenkorn (annual). 
Miss Adeline B. Ubnan, Philadelphia, in memory of her mother, Pauline 

R. Ulman (annual). 
Jas. AVeintraub, Philadelphia. 
"Simon and Hannah Wilson Prize," by Miss Rose S. Wilson, Atlantic 

City, N. J., in memory of her parents (annual). 
Mrs. I. H. Wolflf, Philadelphia, in memory of her sister. Lea Felleman 

Goulson. 



PRIZES ENDOWED 

"Adolph BaUenberg Prize," by Mrs. Sidney M. Cohen, Milwaukee, Wis., 

in memory of her father. 
"Solomon and Begina Behal Prize." by Mrs. Ralph Hirsh, Philadelphia, 

in memory of her parents. 
"Barnett Binswanger Prize," by Mrs. Barnett Binswanger, Philadel- 
phia, in memory of her husband. 
"Sidney M. Cohen Prize." by Mrs. Sidney M. Cohen, Milwaukee, Wis. 
"Arnold Gundelfinger Prize." by Mrs. Carrie Gundelflnger, in memory 

of her husband. 
"Heyman and Brunette Herzberg Prize," in memory of Heyman and 

Brunette Herzberg, Philadelphia, by their children. 
"Estella S. Horkheimer Prize," in memory of Mrs. Horkhelmer, by 

her son. 
"Herbert T. Hyman Prize," by Mrs. Bernard Sluizer, Philadelphia, In 

memory of her son. 
"Gus kalb Prize," by Mrs. Gus Kalb, Lima, O., in memory of her 

husband. 
"Charles Kline Prizes," by Mr. Charles Kline, of Allentown, Pa. 
"Elsie Kaufman Kohn Prizes," by Mr. Alfred Kohn, Philadelphia, In 

memory of his wife. 
"Martha and David Kohn Prize," the interest of a beauest. 
"Dr. Joseph Krauskopf Prize," by Mrs. Joseph Krauskopf, Philadelphia, 

in memory of her husband. 
"Harriet B. Labe Prize," the interest of a bequest. 
"Monroe Lisberger Prize," by Mr. Leopold Lisberger, Philadelphia, in 

memory of his son. 
"Joseph Louchheim Prize," by Mrs. L. S. Eliel, Philadelphia, in memory 

of her father. 
"Joseph Louchheim Prize," by Mr. Harry F. Louchheim, New York 

City, in memory of his father. 
"S. J. Marx Prize," by Mr. S. J. Marx, Philadelphia. 

"Jacob and Hannah Moos Prize," by Mrs. Julius Weintraub, Philadel- 
phia, in memory of her parents. 
"Morris and Betty Newburger Prizes," the interest of a bequest. 
"Bertie Cans Ochs Prize," by Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Gans, Philadelphia, 

in memory of their daughter. 
"Anchel Rosenthal Prizes," the interest of a bequest. 
"Ellis and Annie Teller Silberstein Prize." by Mrs. Walter G. Herzberg, 

Philadelphia, in memory of her parents. 
"Ellis and Annie TeUer Silberstein Prize," by Mrs. Samuel Rosenbaum, 

Philadelphia, in memory of her parents. 
"Minnie Goldenberg Straus Prize," by Mr. Morris Straus, Philadelphia, 

in memory of his wife. 
"Sarah Van Noorden Prize," by Boston Section Council of Jewish 

Women, in honor of Mrs. Van Noorden's birthday. 
"Harry F. Weil Prize," by Mrs. Abraham Mansbach, Philadelphia, in 

memory of her brother. 
"Louis J. Weil Prize." by Mrs. Abraham Mansbach, Philadelphia, in 
memory of her brother. 



24 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

REPORT OF THE DEAN 

C. L. Goodling 
To the Thirty-second Annual Meeting, October 20, 1929 

In accordance with custom, I have been asked to make a 
report as Dean of the School for the year just ended. I shall 
confine myself to a few brief remarks relative to the operation of 
the School. 

It has been our increasing purpose, during the past year, to 
weed out, after a fair trial, those students who gave evidence of 
not being fitted for agricultural work, or who did not fully 
measure up to the standards of the School. We believe that in 
order to make our graduates what we hope to have them, we 
must work only with the boy who shows a real interest in his 
work. With the object in view of consistently turning out better 
trained men, we have raised our entrance educational require- 
ment to completion of at least nine years of school work. This 
was done only after due thought and consideration. When study- 
ing the records of previous years, we found that in nearly every 
case the boy who entered with only a common school training, 
had difficulty in grasping the work, and in only a few cases did 
he remain until graduation. 

The student organizations have 'been functioning even better 
than usual, and a number of new clubs have been formed during 
the year. This work is being encouraged by the Administration, 
especially with a view to increasing interest in clubs pertaining 
to agricultural endeavors. 

It has been our belief that if our students are to receive the 
full benefit of our training we must follow the modern-day method 
of teaching ; namely, that of teaching by example. This we have 
started and hope to improve on our methods in the future. I can 
probably best illustrate what I mean by giving you figures as to 
the workings of the School during the last several years. There 
apparently existed an erroneous impression that because we are 
a school, and because we are teaching boys who have had no 
previous farm training, it is impossible to make our farms show 
profits. This, I think, has been a serious mistake, for if we cannot 
demonstrate in practice what we are trying to teach in theory, 
our teaching is bound to fail. With this thought in mind, we 
have endeavored to improve our farming conditions, thereby 
stimulating interest in the work among the student bodv, and 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 25 

prove that even under our adverse conditions of inexperienced 
student labor, sometimes resulting in expensive breaking of tools, 
implements, loss of valuable stock, etc., it is not necessary to run 
at a loss. The figures which I will quote will bear out this state- 
ment. These figures relate to farm operations only. The in- 
come from farm operations, 1926-27, was $32,469.45 and the 
budget expenditures $33,949.91, making a deficit of income under 
budget expenses of $1,480.46. In 1927-28, the income was $40,- 
823.75, and budget expenditures $38,197.80, or a net gain o-f 
v$2,525.95. 1928-29 shows an income of $44,015.21 and budget 
expenditures of $33,965.63 or a profit of $11,049.58, making a net 
gain over 1926-27 of $12,530'.04. I would call your attention to 
the fact that this gain was made not under an increased ex- 
penditure but at a reduced expenditure, the operating expenses 
of the farms during this year being $5,000 less than in the 
previous j^ear. Barring any unforeseen drop in prices, this 
present year ending April, 1930, should produce $55,000, with an 
increase over expenses of $20,000. This brings me to another 
point on which I want to touch briefly ; namely, that the success 
and future of agriculture depend more upon efficient operation 
and proper organization, than probably on any other factor. 
I believe much can be done to put farming on a profitable basis 
by proper co-operation. That is work on which our National 
Agricultural Farm Board, recently appointed by President 
Hoover, is now concentrating, their schemei being to form small 
co-operative organizations, uniting them into larger groups and 
finally combining these larger groups into one central unit. This 
seems to me to be a sensible idea, for as stated before, organiza- 
tion and proper management, are without doubt the secret of suc- 
cessful farming. 

I again Avant to point out that the above figures refer to farm 
operations only. As during the three years' course we give our 
students tuition, books, laboratory supplies, board, room, laundry 
and other necessities free of charge, our budget for maintenance, 
education and property up-keep, while economically operated, is 
still a large one. Our School is also different from other schools, 
in that we operate twelve months in the year, carrying this ex- 
pense throughout the year, whereas most schools operate only 
eight to ten months. 

Another feature which we have established at the School has 
been that of conducting various experimental projects. There 
is only one to which I will refer here ; namely, the co-operative 



26 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

fertilizer experiment between Pennsylvania State College and 
The National Farm School. While this experiment has not been 
running sufficiently long to give detailed information, neverthe- 
less, we have been able in the last two years, to show increased 
yields as high as 40 per cent., due to proper fertilization. An 
expenditure of $3.50 per acre increased our wheat yield to a value 
of $15.00 per acre. This is quite an item when we consider the 
millions of acres of wheat grown annually. It is this kind of 
practice we are trying to teach our students. I believe things 
of this kind will create and stimulate interest which will make 
j^'oung men remain on the farm. 

We have not confined our work only to farming, but are also 
endeavoring to make our live-stock show profitable production. 
With this idea in view, we have secured some high-bred cattle, 
and when I point out to you that our dairy herd last year made 
a net profit of over $9,000 you can see that this should be en- 
couraging to men who want to follow that profession. The dairy 
produced last year 579,827.8 pounds of milk. 

You will, no doubt, be interested to know what is happen- 
ing to our graduates. Of the 57 men graduated in the spring of 
1929, 52 were placed in positions at an average salary of $69.50 
per month with board, room and laundry. We have endeavored 
to keep in touch with our graduates during the past year, and 
have published a monthly News Letter which was sent to each of 
them, in which we tried to encourage and help these young men 
until they have more thoroughly established themselves. We 
have also received very many complimentary letters from their 
employers. Within the last two days I have been in communica- 
tion with one of the largest farms in the eastern part of the 
United States, and haA^e been told by the manager that the young 
graduate of the Farm School employed by him is the most efficient 
and capable man in his employ. I have also received many letters 
from graduates themselves, expressing satisfaction with their 
work. It is our hope that we may continue to encourage these 
young men and keep them on the farm. 

Our under-graduates are doing very much better classroom 
work under the system of instruction introduced last year, than 
was possible under the old system. At present we have only one 
or two in poor standing, the number of conditions among the 
student body being reduced approximately to 100, which is 
an excellent showing for a school of this type. We are also 
glad to report that through the good judgment of various 



THE NATIONAL FAR:M SCHOOL 27 

classes, hazing has been practically eliminated from the School. 
These young men are to be commended upon such a step, and I 
■want to compliment them publicly for this manly act, 

I do not want to create the impression that we are only 
teaching agriculture. Much time and effort is given to ethical 
training, character building, and the turning out of good citizens, 
which after all is more essential than any profession. 

The phj'sieal improvements in the School you can note for 
yourself, and will be discussed in other reports. The Meehanies 
Building we are dedicating today is one of the most forward- 
looking steps that The National Farm School has taken, and it 
shall be our endeavor, with the additional training we will be 
able to give our students, in all branches of farm mechanics and 
modern farm machinery and appliances, to turn out graduates 
Avho can take their places as efficient farm managers on most any 
farm project. 



THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL MEETING AND HARVEST 

FESTIVAL 
Sunday, October 20, 1029 

A perfect autumn day greeted the large gathering of friends 
of The National Farm School, who assembled on the School 
grounds on Sunday, October 20, 1929, to participate in the Harvest 
Festival and Thirty-second Annual Meeting of the Institution. 

The outstanding event of the day was the dedication of the 
new $75,000 Farm Mechanics Building, the first of its kind in 
the East, for instruction in modern farm machinery and electrical 
appliances, so important on the farm today. The dedicatory 
address was made by Edwin H. Silverman, a member of the 
Board of Trustees, and designer of the building. 

New Entrance Gates, erected in memory of Ida Hirsch Silver- 
man, by her husband, Isaac H. Silverman, and family, and a new 
system df interior roadways, forming a valuable addition to the 
facilities of the Institution, were also dedicated, in a beautiful 
tribute to the late Mrs. Silverman, by Harry B. Hirsh, Chairman 
of the Board. 

The Exercises were held in the Louchheim Auditorium, which 
was artistically decorated with autumn flowers and foliage, and 
School-grown farm products, presenting a colorful background 
to the occasion. 



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Ad'olph Eiehholz, charter member of the School, and a 
]^rominent Philadelphia attorney, presided. Herbert D. Allman, 
President of the School, presented the President's Message 
(printed in full on pages 5-11 of this book), an important paper, 
dealing with present-day agricultural conditions, and citing the 
]nany improvements made by the School, in its physical and 
educational advancement. 

Prof. C. L. Goodling, Dean, presented his annual report, 
stressing efficiency in cultivation and marketing, and indicating 
increased income from the farms during the year. (Published in 
full on pages 24-27 of this book.) 

A tribute to the memory of Abraham Erlanger, National 
Chairman, Trustee and benefactor of The National Farm School, 
who passed away on October 9, 1929, was offered by Joseph H. 
Hagedorn, who voiced the sentiments of the meeting in expressing 
the love and esteem in which this good man was held. 

The following officers were re-elected for a term of one year : 
Herbert D. Allman, President ; Joseph H. Hagedorn, Vice-Ptesi- 
dent. Members of the Board of Trustees whose terms expired 
were re-elected for three years as follows : Wm. H. Fineshriber, 
Joseph H. Hagedorn, Maurice Jacobs, Henry A. James, James A. 
Pratt, Mrs. Arthur K. Stern, Grant Wright and James Weintraub. 
The following new Trustees were elected : Isadore Baylson, 
Harry Burstein, Elias Nusbaum, Julian A. Hillman and Louis 
Schlesinger, the latter two having rendered valuable service for 
many years as members of the National B'oard. 

The meeting also confirmed the appointment of Louis 
Schlesinger as Chairman of the National Board of State Direc- 
tors, comprising 120 members, and representing every State in 
the Union. 

Music for the occasion was furnished by Lieut. Joseph 
Frankel, of Philadelphia, and his band. The feature number 
played for the first time, entitled "The National Farm School 
March," was composed by Mr. Drue N. Allman, and dedicated 
to Mr. Chas. Kline, of Allentown, Pa., whose gifts made possible 
the formation of the student band of thirty-five pieces. The 
student band under the direction of Lieut. Frankel also rendered 
several numbers, including the "President's March," composed 
by Lieut. Frankel, and dedicated to Herbert D. Allman, President 
of the School. 



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FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF OPERATING ACCOUNT 
YEAR ENDING APRIL 30, 1929 



MAINTENANCE RECEIPTS 

Interest on Investments $24,148.60 

State of Pennsylvania 15,000.00 

Federation of Jewish Charities, Philadelphia 21.000.00 

Dues and Donations (net) 52,196.53 

Baron de Hirsch Fund 2,500.00 

Matriculation 1,900.00 

$116,745.13 

MAINTENANCE DISBURSEMENTS 

Care of Students 

Brooms and brushes $608.14 

Drj' goods, clothing, shoes 8,599.45 

Fuel 3,689.94 

Groceries 10,895.50 

Ice 394.90 

Lighting 2,540.86 

Medical and dental supplies 1,522.65 

Provisions, meats, bread, etc 13,217.37 

Wages, household help, etc 15,874.70 

$57,343.51 

Educational 

Printing and Stationery $1,542.99 

Salaries, Teachers 36,942.15 

Text Books, Laboratory Supplies 3,517.99 

Teachers' Annuity Fund 585.03 

42,588.16 



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FINANCIAL STATEMENT— Continued 



Farm Operation 



Conveyance, Transportation of Products, Tele- 
phone, etc $3,112.15 

Live Stock 111.35 

Supplies, Apiary $213.29 

Horticulture 2,448.82 

Floriculture 1,428.85 

Poultry 5,219.98 

Barn and Dairy 11,707.13 

" General Agriculture .... 11,873.23 
" Landscape Gardening .... 544.98 

. 33,436.28 



$36,659.78 
Less Sale of Farm Products 30,736.99 

$5,922.79 

Repairs and Replacements 

Painting : $2,353.67 

Plumbing 1,025.32 

Repairs to Buidings and Equipment 3,309.44 

6,688.43 



Administration 

Insurance $1,946.87 

Office Salaries 6,317.84 

Printing and Stationery -720.53 

Rent of Office " 3,307.08 



12,292.32 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $124,835.21 



$8,090.08 
Capital Expenditures 

Tool Room Supplies 558.98 



DEFICIT FOR YEAR ,. $8,649.06 




ERI.ANGER MODEIi BARNS 




ONE OE OUR PURE-BRED JERSEYS 




A CLASS IN DAIRYING 




A CLASS IN HAND MILKING 



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LEGACIES AND ENDOWMENTS 

For list of legacies and endowments received prior to 1925 see 
Thirty-first Annual Report, 1928, pp. 22-24. 

1925 — Chas. Danenbaum. Xew York, in memory of mother, 

Sophia Danenbaum $100.00 

1925— Louis J. De Roy. Pittsburgh, Pa., Bequest 300.00 

1925 — Children of Henrv N. Frank, Philadelphia, in memory 

of their father 100.00 

1925— Sarah G. Friendly, Elmira. N. Y., Bequest 500.00 

1925— Jennie Kutz, Brooktyn, N. Y., Bequest 5,000.00 

1925— Adam Lessner, Dayton, O., Bequest 100.00 

1925— Regina Merz, Philadelphia, Bequest 450.00 

1925— Solomon R. Moss, Atlantic City, N. J., Bequest 100.00 

1925— Elkan Naumburg, New York, Bequest 1,000.00 

1925 — Jos. B. and Peter Winokur, Philadelphia, in memory 

of Max Winokur 100.00 

1926 — Philip Anspacher, San Francisco, Cal., Bequest 500.00 

1926 — Mrs. Henry Blum, Bellaire, O., memory of husband. 100.00 

1926— Isaac Blum, Bellaire, O., Bequest 100.00 

1926— Adolph Boskowitz, New York City, Bequest 2.000.00 

1926— Sophye Asher Fleisher, Philadelphia, Bequest 500.00 

1926— Estate of Moses Hene, Mtmcie, Ind 100.00 

1926— Aaron Jacobs, Hamilton, O., Bequest 250.00 

1926— Simon Levi, Terre Haute, Ind 2,500.00 

1926— ISIoses Reinhard, Philadelphia, Bequest 500.00 

1926— Max Rosenfeld, Alexandria, Va., Bequest 100.00 

1926— Alexander Sanger, Dallas, Tex., Bequest 500.00 

1926— Jas. L. Schaadt. Allentown, Pa., Bequest 1.000.00 

1926— Ida Silberman, Philadelphia, Bequest 500.00 

1926 — Simeon Simon, Alexandria, La., Bequest 250.00 

1926— Estate of Louis S. Stroock, New York City 1,500.00 

1926— Estate of Isaac Strouse, Youngstown, 500.00 

1927— Julius C. Bernheim, Philadelphia, Bequest 100.00 

1927— Isadore N. Gottdiener, Cleveland, O., Bequest 200.00 

1927— Nathan L- Alichael, Lima, 0., Bequest 500.00 

1927— Albert G. IMorganstern, New York, Bequest 500.00 

1927 — Louisa Oppenheimer, San Antonio, Tex., Bequest.... 250.00 

1927— V/m. J. Ostheimer, Philadelphia, Bequest 1,000.00 

1927 — Julius Pepperberg, Lincoln, Neb., Bequest 100.00 

1927— Estate of Leopold Samuel, Shelbyville, Ky 2,160.46 

1927— Abe Weil, Philadelphia, Bequest 200.00 

1928— Rabbi Adolph Guttman, New Haven, Conn., Bequest 500.00 

1<)28— Ruth Berman Kaplan, Toledo, O., Bequest 150.00 

1928—1/3 Roy Myers, Savannah, Ga., Bequest 500.00 

1928 — ^B. Tannenbaum, Demopolis, Ala., Bequest 150.00 

1929— Dr. Claribel Cone, Baltimore, Md., Bequest 100.00 

1929— Airs. I. L. Marks, Chicago, 111., in memory of husband 1,200.00 

1929— -Samuel B. Sachs, Cincinnati, O., Bequest 200.00 

1929— Sara K. Schermer, Herkimer, N. Y., Bequest 100.00 

1929— Moses Sonneborn Estate, Wheeling, W. Va 100.00 

1929— Emanuel Ulman, Alacon. Ga., Bequest 100.00 



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SUNDRY DONATIONS 



Miss Carrie Adler, Philadelphia, Service Manuels and Hymnals. 
Druard N. Allman, Philadelphia, Snapdragon Seed. 

Herbert D. Allman, Philadelphia, Silver Trophy Cups to Football Team. 
Wm. M. Anderson, Philadelphia, Pure-bred Hogs. 
Miss L. Arnold, Philadelphia, Dracaena Plant. 
Ralph B. Bencker, Philadelphia, Pure-bred Hogs. 
Mrs. B. Binswanger, Philadelphia, Book for Library — "Fertilizers." 
Blumenthal Bros., Philadelphia, Barrel of Cocoa. 
B'nai B'rith Magazine, Cincinnati, Ohio, Subscription. 

W. Atlee Burpee, Philadelphia, Subscriptions to Newspapers and Magazines 
for Library. 

A. M. Collins Manufacturing Co., Philadelphia, Cover Paper for this Book. 
Dreifus & Co., Inc., Philadelphia, 24 Waiters' Coats. 

Mrs. A. M. Feldstein, Philadelphia, Rowing Machine. 

Mrs. Alexander Fleisher, Philadelphia, Victrola and Records. 

Mrs. Fritsche, Pure-bred Hogs. 

H. M. Goldberg of John J. Nesbitt Co., Philadelphia, Ventilating Equipment 

for Kitchen. 
Mt. and Mrs. Geo. W. Grisdale, Philadelphia, 15 Dozen Towels. 
Louis A. Hirsch, $500 for Student Athletic Prize. 

B. F. Horn, Philadelphia, Pure-bred Hogs. 

Joseph Iger, New York City, Subscription to Nezv York Times. 
Jewish Exponent, Philadelphia, Year's Subscription. 
Mrs. A. J. Kissileff, Philadelphia, Piano. 
Harold Krauskopf, Atlantic City, N. J., Piano. 

C. Albert Kuehnle, Philadelphia, Pure-bred Hogs. 
Lit Brothers' Employees — Athletic Equipment. 

Dr. Wesley Massinger, Chalfont, Pa., Veterinary Set as Prize to Students. 
Theodore Meyer, Philadelphia, 12 Pints Theropogen. 

A. Miller, of American Bulb Co., Chicago, 111., 28,000 Narcissus Barri Con- 
spicuous Bulbs. 
Mrs. Nachman, Philadelphia, Piano. 
Needlework Guild of America, Philadelphia Branch, 2 Bags of Clothing and 

Linens. 
Needlework Guild of America, Bridesburg Branch, 22 Garments. 
Optimist Club, Philadelphia, Athletic Equipment. 
Philadelphia Jewish Times, Year's Subscription. 
Philadelphia Chapter Farm School Alumni Association, 2 Silver Cups as 

Prizes to Students. 
David Powdermaker, Philadelphia, Donation Toward Dishv/ashing Machine. 
Theodore W. Price, Philadelphia, through Mr. Wm. Forte, Machine Finish 

Paper for this Book. 
Mrs. Leon Rosenbaum, Philadelphia, Electric Clock for Tower of New Farm 

Mechanics Building. 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rosenthal, Philadelphia, Menorah Candelabra. 
Mrs. Eda Rothstein, Johnstown, Pa., Gold Watch as Prize to Students. 
Mrs. S. Siff, Bradford, Pa., 1 Dozen Wash Cloths. 
Joseph N. Snellenburg, Philadelphia, Bound Volume, National Geographical 

Magazine. 
Standard Bulb Co., New York City, Seeds. 

Isaac_ Stern, Brooklyn, N. Y., 2,000 White Liners for Fruit Baskets. 
Topkis Brothers, Wilmington, Del, 50 Per Cent, of Purchase Price of 

Underwear. 
General H. C. Trexler, Allentown, Pa., Basket of Apples. 
J. H. Weil & Co., Philadelphia, 1 Large Map of United States. 



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33 



STUDENT REGISTER 
September 30, 1929 



SENIORS 



Jerome Arnovitz, Brooklyn, N Y. 
Sam Baron, Burlington, Vt. 
Samuel Bauman, New York City 
Joseph Berman, Jersey City, N. J. 
Herbert Bernstein, Corona, N. Y. 
Louis Bolton, New York City 
Russell Broadbent, Torrington, Conn. 
Abraham Brodsky, Atlantic City, N.J. 
Alfred Brodsky, Atlantic City, N. J. 
Kenneth Campbell, Phoenixville, Pa. 
Russell Chanin, Philadelphia 
Kenneth Coleman, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Louis Erlbaum, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
William Fisher, Philadelphia 
Ed Golden, Tulsa, Okla. 
Albert Gysling, Norwood, Pa. 
Jerome Hartenbaum, Cleveland, O. 
Rubin Kaiman, Yonkers, N. Y. 
David Kaplan, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Samuel Kogon, New York City 
Theodore Krause, Philadelphia 
Martin Lehrer, Philadelphia 
Joseph Levine, Philadelphia 
Rudolph Marcus, Hot Springs, Ark. 
Samuel Marcus, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
James McCorkle, Philadelphia 



Ben Meltzer, New York City, N. Y. 
Joseph Moser, Trenton, N. J. 
Frank Moskowitz, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Maurice Novin, Philadelphia 
Michael Oros, Bridgeport, Conn. 
Israel Ozlek, Philadelphia 
Manuel Petkov, Philadelphia 
Si Podolin, Camden, N. J. 
Paul Rabinowitz, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Abe Rellis, Fairview, Pa. 
William Riman, Toledo, O. 
Ben Rosenberg, Philadelphia 
Charles Roth, Akron, O. 
Charles Rudolph, Philadelphia 
Edward Seipp, Philadelphia 
Max Selkowitz, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
William Shipman, Bethlehem, Pa. 
Jonathan Silverman, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Nathan Smiel, New York City 
Irving Smith, Toms River, N. J. 
Irving Sommers, New York City 
Sam Wattman, Fairview, Pa. 
Milton Werrin, Philadelphia 
Nathan Werrin, Philadelphia 
Mortimer Zwaaf, New York City 



JUNIORS 



Wilmer Austin, Cincinnati, O. 
Wallace Bing, Glenolden, Pa. 
Charles Bolefsky, Yonkers, N. Y. 
Charles Brown, Cheltenham, Pa. 
Thomas Cancelmo, Philadelphia 
Leon Cobert, Philadelphia 
Carl Cohen, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Halstead Compton, Camden, N. J. 
Morris Dogon, New York City 
Harry Dornan, Norwood, Pa. 
Meyer Finkle, Philadelphia 
Ed Frankel, Philadelphia 
Bernard Gayman, Chicago, 111. 
Sydney Goldberg, New York City 
Sam Goldfarb, Philadelphia 



Marcus Goldman, Newport, R. I. 
Jack Goodman, Paterson, N. J. 
George Grisdale, Philadelphia 
Michael Hociak, New York City 
Jack Kamison, Philadelphia 
Ronald Keiser, Philadelphia 
Philip Kleinman, New York City 
Sydney Kleinman, Cleveland, O. 
Kaiman Liskowitz, Stamford, Conn. 
Ben Levine, Cleveland, O. 
Daniel Miller, Philadelphia 
Warren Moysey, East Bangor, Pa. 
Jacob Paskin, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Harry Plotkin, Braddock, Pa. 
Richard Polokovich, Detroit, Mich, 



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THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Irving Ray, New York City 
Fred Rohrbaugh, Beech Creek, Pa. 
James Saltzgiver, Marlow, N. H. 
Max Schwartz, New York City 
Charles Schwerin, Raleigh, N. C. 
Leonard Sezov, Philadelphia 
Leonard Sherman, Philadelphia 
Max Shindelman, Bronx, N. Y. 
Morris Smith. Philadelphia 



Philip Spevak, Philadelphia 
Harry Steinberg, Philadelphia 
John Trimble, Philadelphia 
Harvey Trunk, Ardmore, Pa. 
Emanuel Weinstein, Philadelphia 
Lee Werst, Philadelphia 
Morris Winkler, Rochester, N. Y. 
Ben Zeider, Woodbridge, Conn. 



FRESHMEN 



Sydney Applebaum, Farrel, Pa. 
Pincus Bercutt, Yonkers. N. Y. 
Harry Caplan, Atlantic City, N. J. 
Hyman Citron, Columbia, S. C. 
Leon Covelman, Philadelphia 
Jacob Crafin, Boston, Mass. 
Ernest Cranch, Bryn Athyn, Pa. 
Leo Edelman, New York City 
Jesse Elson, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Nathan Epstein, Philadelphia 
William Foster, Valencia, Pa. 
Isadore Frank, Cleveland, O. 
Robert Freeman, Philadelphia 
David Fridovich, New York City 
Henry Goldman, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Robert Goldstein, Plampton, Va. 
Meyer Gorenberg, Philadelphia 
Albert Kaufman, Philadelphia 
Gilbert Keane, .Flint, Mich. 
Hyman Koch, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Alexander Kricheff, Philadelphia 
Martin Lazarow, Philadelphia 
Leo Lebove, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Harry Lichteinstein, Baltimore, Md. 
Norman Locke, Rexville, N. Y. 
Abraham Malkin, Washington, D. C. 
August Mandell, Chicago, 111. 
Morry Michaels, New York City 
Stanle}^ Michalak, South Bend, Ind. 



Nathan ]\Ioses, Philadelphia 
Max Newman, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Nathan Newman, Hot Springs, Ark. 
Joseph Nicholson, Pitman, N. J. 
Martin Pitt, Philadelphia 
Joseph Raskin, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
S. Christian Raven, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Chester Rogalski, Camden, N. J. 
Leon Rosefeldt, Philadelphia 
Albert Rosen, Baltimore, Md. 
Walter, Rosenberg, Farrel, Pa. 
Milton Rosenzweig, Richmond Hill, 

L. I. 
Morris Seidman, Philadelphia 
Louis Shifman, New Castle, Pa. 
Joseph Silverberg, Philadelphia 
George Smith, New York City 
Martin, Solomonowitz. Plainfield,N.J. 
Morris Sooper, Philadelphia 
Walter Spiller, Philadelphia 
Phil Spivak, Philadelphia 
Sydney Stone, East Orange, N. J. 
William Supplee, Philadelphia 
Norman Walzer, Philadelphia 
Gerald Westnedge, Tacoma, Wash. 
Jacob Wohlman, Perdue, Sask., Can. 
Joe Zolton," Farrell, Pa. 
S:im Zuckerman, Sask., Can. 



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DONATIONS BY WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS 

Donatious of linens and weaving' apparel, made by the fol- 
lowing organizations, are hereby gratefully acknowledged: 



ALABAMA 

Temple Sisterhood, Huntsville. 
Council Je^yish Women, Mobile. 
Council Jewish Women, Montgomery. 
Council Jewish Women, Tri-Cities 
Florence, Sheffield and Tuscombia. 

ARIZONA 

Council Jewish Women, Phoenix. 

ARKANSAS 

Ladies' Hebrew Benevolent Society, 

Helena. 
Sisterhood House of Israel, Hot Springs. 

COLORADO 

Council Jewish Women, Denver. 

CONNECTICUT 

Council Jewish Women, Bridgeport. 
Sisterhood Both Israel, Hartford. 
Miskan Israel Sisterhood, New Haven 
Council Jewish Women, Stamford. 

DELAWARE 

Council Jewish Women, Wilmington. 

FLORIDA 
Temple Sisterhood, Ja«ksonville. 

GEORGIA 

Council Jewish Women, Atlanta. 
Council Jewish Women, Augusta. 
Council Jewish Women, Macon. 
Council Jewish Women, Savannah. 
Mickve Israel Sisterhood, Savannah. 

ILLINOIS 

Jewish Ladies' Aid and Temple Sister- 
hood, Bloomington. 

Sinai Temple Sisterhood, Champaign 
and Urbana. 

Temple Sholom Sisterhood, Chicago. 

Council Jewish Women, Cliicago Heights. 

Jewish Ladies' Aid Society, Galesburg. 

Benevolent Sisterhood, Quincy. 

Brith Sholom Congregation Sewing 
Circle, Springfield. 

INDIANA 

Hebrew Ladles' Benevolent Society, 

Columbia City. 
Council Jewish Women, Fort Wayne. 
Temple Sisterhood, Ligonier. 
Temple Sisterhood, Mt. Vernon. 

IOWA 

Sisterhood B'nai Jeshurun Congrega- 
tion, Des Moines. 

KANSAS 

Council Jewish Women, Leavenworth. 



KENTUCKY 

Temple Sisterhood, Ashland. 
Adas Israel Sisterhood, Henderson. 
Sisterhood of K. K. A. I. Congregation, 

Lexington. 
Adath Israel Sisterhood, Louisville. 
B'rith Sholom Women's Auxiliary, 

Louisville. 
Temple Sisterhood, Paducah. 

LOUISIANA 

Temple Sisterhood, Alexandria. 
Temple Sinai Sisterhood, Lake Charles. 
Temple Sisterhood, Monroe. 
Sisterhood Congregation Gates of 

Prayer, New Orleans. 
Council Jewish Women, Shreveport. 

MARYLAND 

Council Jewish Women, Cumberland. 
B'er Chayim Congregation, Sisterhood, 
Cumberland. 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Council Jewish Women, New Bedford. 
MICHIGAN 

Temple Beth El Sisterhood, Detroit. 
Temple Sisterhood, Kalamazoo. 
Temple Sisterhood, Petosky. 

MINNESOTA 

Council Jewish Women, St. Paul. 
Mount Zion Sisterhood, St. Paul. 

MISSISSIPPI 

Temple Sisterhood, Greenville. 
Temple Sisterhood, Lexington. 
Hebrew Ladies' Aid Society, Natchez. 

MISSOURI 

Council Jewish Women, Hannibal. 
B'nai El Sisterhood, St. Louis. 
Temple Israel Sisterhood, Springfield. 

NEBRASKA 

Sisterhood B'nai Jeshurun, Lincoln. 
Temple Israel Sisterhood, Omaha. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Council Jewish Women, Portsmouth. 



NEW JERSEY 



Council Jewish 
Council Jewish 
Council Jewish 
Council Jewish 

Section. 
Council Jewish 
Council Jewish 
Council Jewish 
Council Jewish 
Council Jewish 
Council Jewish 



Women, 
Women, 
Women, 
Women, 

Women, 
Women, 
Women, 
Juniors, 
Women, 
Juniors, 



Asbury Park. 
Atlantic City. 
Bayonne. 
Bergen County 

Burlington. 
Elizabeth. 
Jersey City. 

Jersey City. 
Long Branch. 

Newark. 



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Women's Association of B'nai Jesliurun 

Congregation, Newark. 
Council Jewish Women, New Brunswick. 
Council Jewisli Women, North Hudson 

Section. 
Council Jewish Women, Plainfield. 
Council Jewish Women, Trenton. 

NEW MEXICO 

Temple Albert Sisterhood, Albuquerque. 
NEW YORK 

Council Jewish Women, Albany. 

Woman's Auxiliary of Beth Elohim 
Temple, Brooklyn. 

Sisterhood of Temple Beth El, Great 
Neck. 

Sinai Temple Sisterhood, Mt. Vernon. 

Sisterhood Inwood Hebrew Congrega- 
tion, New York. 

Tremont Temple Sisterhood, New York. 

Beth-El Sisterhood, Niagara Falls. 

Beth Israel Sisterhood, Plattsburgr. 

Council Jewish Women, Richmond Hills. 

Council Jewish Women, Schenectady. 

Council Jewish Women, Staten Island. 

Sisterhood Third Street Temple, Troy. 

Council Jewish Women, White Plains. 

Council Jewish Women, Yonkers. 

NORTH CAROLINA 

Council Jewish Women, Greensboro. 
Sisterhood Beth Or Congregation, 
Raleigrh. 

Temple Sisterhood, Statesville. 

OHIO 

Council Jewish Women, Akron. 

Temple Sisterhood, Ashtabula. 

Ladies' Auxiliary Society Sons of Israel 

Sisterhood, BeUaire. 
Mrs. R. Feibelman et al., Cincinnati. 
Rockdale Avenue Temple Sisterhood, 

Cincinnati. 
Euclid Avenue Temple Sisterhood, 

Cleveland. 
Council Jewish Women, Dayton. 
B'nai Israel Sisterhood, East liiverpool. 
Temple Sisterhood, Hamilton. 
Ladies' Temple Sisterhood, Lima. 
Council Jewish Women, Marion. 
Temple Sisterhood, Piqua. 
Council Jewish Women, Springfield. 
Collingwood Ave. Temple Sisterhood, 

Toledo. 
Council Jewish Women, Toledo. 

OKLAHOMA 

Council Jewish Women, McAlester. 
Sisterhood Beth Ahaba Congregation, 

Muskogee. 
Ladies' Aid and B'nai Israel Sisterhood, 

Oklahoma City. 
Council Jewish Women, Tulsa. 

OREGON 

Beth Israel Sisterhood, Portland. 

PENNSYLVANIA 

Sisterhood Keneseth Israel, AUentown. 
Council Jewish Women, Bradford. 
Council Jewish Women, Butler. 
Beth Israel Sisterhood, Coatesville. 



Council Jewish Women, Connellsville. 

Sisterhood West Eighth Street Temple, 
Erie. 

Ohev Sholom Sisterhood, Harrisburg. 

Beth Israel Sisterhood, Hazelton. 

Beth Israel Sisterhood. Honesdale. 

Council Jewish Women, Irwin. 

Temple Sisterhood, Lancaster. 

Council Jewish Women, Lock Haven. 

Council Jewish Women, Mount Carmel. 

Bridesburg Branch of Needlework Guild. 
Philadelphia. 

Needlework Guild of America, Philadel- 
phia Branch. 

Sisterhood Oheb Sholom Congregation. 
Reading. 

Madison Avenue Temple Sisterhood, 
Scranton. 

Sisterhood of Temple Israel, TJniontown. 

RHODE ISLAND 

Sisterhood of Temple Beth El, Provi- 
dence. 
Council Jewish Women, Westerly. 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

Council Jewish Women, Columbia. 
Beth Israel Sisterhood, Florence. 

TENNESSEE 

Temple Sisterhood, Brownsville. 
Regina Lodge No. 19, U. O. T. S., 

Memphis. 
Sisterhood Beth El Temple, Knoxville. 
Temple Sisterhood, Memphis. 

TEXAS 

Council Jewish Women, Austin. 
Council Jewish Women, Beaumont. 
Council Jewish Women, Corsicana. 
Council Jewish Women, Wichita Falls. 
Council Jewish Women, San Antonio. 

UTAH 

B'nai Israel Sisterhood, Salt Lake City. 
VIRGINL\ 

Bethel Temple Sisterhood, Alexandria. 

Hebrew Friendship Auxiliary, Harrison- 
burg. 

Amelia Meyers Guild Council Jewish 
Women, Newport News. 

WASHINGTON 

Council Jewish Women, Spokane. 
Council Jewish Women. Tacoma. 

AVEST VIRGINIA 

Temple Sisterhood, Fairmont. 
B'nai Israel Sisterhood, Keystone, Kim- 
ball and North Fork. 
Temple Sisterhood, Logan. 
Morgantown Sisterhood, Morgantown. 
Emanuel Sisterhood, Welch. 
Eoff St. Temple Sisterhood, Wheeling. 
Temple Sisterhood, Williamson, 

WISCONSIN 

Council Jewish Women, Kenosha. 



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CONTRIBUTORS' LIST 
GENERAL MAINTENANCE AND BUILDING FUNDS 



Year Ending September 30, 1929 



AL,ABA3IA 

Alexander City 

Herzfeld, Mrs. R. 



Becker, Levi 

Erlick, Sam, & Sons 

Birmingham 

Educational and Pliil- 
antliropic Fund of 
Temple Emanu-El 

Marx, Otto 

Pizitz, Louis 

Slaughter, Lee & 
Estelle 

Smolian, J. 

Pemopolis 

Bley Bros. 

Ely, Mrs. Jennie Morris 

Po'lda, L. 

Levy, B. J., & Son 

Mayer Bros. 

Mayer, Mrs. M. 

Mayer, Sieg. 

Rosenbush, Mrs. Essie 

Stern, Mrs. Morris 

Gadsden 

Congregation Beth Israel 

Huntsville 

Abraham, Bert 
Goldsmith, Oscar 
Lasky, J. 
Marx, Gus 
Miller, L. 

Rison Banking Co. 
Schiffman & Goldsmith 
Temple Sisterhood 
Weil, S. L. & M. L. 

Mobile 

**Bernheimer, Mrs. L. 
Council Jewish Women 
Federation of Jewish 

Charities 
Forcheimer, Ferd 

Mongtomery 

Council Jewish Women 
Emanuel Lodge 103, 

I. O. B. B. 
Gassenheimer, S., & Co. 
Gassenheimer, Simon 
Kaufman, A. J. 
Kaufman, Samuel 
Klein, Leo 
Lobman, W. 
Loeb, Adolph 
Loeb, Lucien S. 
Nachman, Mrs. Adolph 



Nachman & Meertief 
Schloss, S. L. 
Solomon Bros. 
Strauss, Leopold 
Weil, Adolph 
Weil, Alvin B. 
Weil, Emil 
Weil, Isidor 
Weil, Lee H. 
Weil, Leon 
Weil, Leonel 
Wolff, Morris M. 

Selma 

Adler, Lee C. & A. Loeb 
Barton, Morris 
Barton, Sam 
Blauner, Isaac 
Eagle, Louis 
Kayser, Ed. 
Kayser, Isidore 
Lilienthal, Mose 
Maring, Harry 
Meyer, Albert 
Rothschild, A. 

Wetumpka 

Hohenberg, M., & Co. 

ALASKA 

Candle 

Greenberg, Herbert 

ARIZONA 

Phoenix 

Council of Jewish 

Women 
Marks, B. E. 

ARKANSAS 

Eudora 

Fischel, Mrs. L. D. 
Fort Smith 

Cohen, Louis 

Heymann, Ralph J. 

Kaufman, Henry 

Marks, M. H. 

Mendel, Ernest J. 

Nakdimen, I. H. 

Holly Grove 

Abramson, Mrs. Rue 

Hot Springs 

Federation of Jewish 

Charities 
Fellheimer, H. 
Mendel, Albert 



Temple Sisterhood 
House of Israel 

Little Rock 

**Altheimer, Mrs. Louis 
*Baumgarten, Mrs. S. 
Berger, Joe, Sr. 
Blass, Mrs. Gus. 
♦Epstein, Eph. 
Federation of Jewish 
Charities 
*Hamberg, Ad. 
*Lasker, Mrs. Henry 
**Lasker, Myron B. 
*Pfeifer Bros. 

Paragould 

Joseph, Mrs. S. L. 

Pine Bluff 

Barre, Abe 

Hebrew United Charities 

Simon, J. B. 

Strauss, Howard 

CALIFORNIA 

Bakersfield 

*Cohn, C. 
Beverly Hills 

Baruch, Mrs. Jacob 
Straus, Max 

Fresno 

Einstein, Mrs. Louis 
Gundelfinger, Louis 
Gundelflnger, Mrs. Louis 

Hollywood 

Stern, Harold M. 

L,a Jolla 

Lieber, Mr. and Mrs. 
Walter S. 

Eos Angeles 

Baruch, Mrs. Herman 
Delovage, Abe 
Frankenberg, Ben 
Goldsmith, Oscar 
Gumbiner, Louis C. 
Halperin, Dr. Robert L. 
Hellman, Maurice S. 
♦Hofeller. Eugene D. 
Isaacs, Max 
Jacobsen, J. T. 
Levi Co., Simon 
Levy, Clarence 
Loew, Mrs. J. 
Louis, Henry W. 
Meyer, Alexander 
Meyer, Ben R. 
Moritz, Simon 



* Life member. 
** Deceased Life Member, 



38 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Newmark, Marco R. 
Nordlinger, Louis S. 
Salinger, N. 
Samuels, Caesar 
Schiff, Ludwig 
Sehiff, Sol. 
Seligman, Carl 
Steinberg, Jacob 
Steinleln. Karl 
Triest, Karl 
United Jewish Welfare 

Fund 
Wallerstein, Albert 

Merced 

Wolf, Geo. 

Oakland 

Heller, M. 

Jewish National ^yelfa^e 
Fund 
♦Lavenson, A. S. 
*Lavenson, Mrs. A. S. 
*Lavenson, Miss Alma K. 

Oxnard 

Lehmann, L. 

Sacramento 

David Lubin Lodge No. 

37, I. O B. B. 
Jewish Relief Society 

San Diegro 

Hillkowitz, S. 
Wolf, Hyman S. 

San Francisco 

Arnstein, Ludwig 
*Gunst, M. A. 
**Hellman, Isaias W. 
Jacobi, J. J. 
Jewish National Welfare 

Fund 
*Meyer, Mary .Jeanette 
**Neustadter, Mrs. .J. H. 
*Rosenbaum. Mrs. C. W. 
♦.Samson, Mrs. Rudolph 
*Samson, Rudolph 

Walter 
*SIoss Family 
Sommerfleld", Miss Ida 
Wiel, Irvin J. 

San Luis Obispo 

Sinsheimer, Miss 
Gertrude 

San Rafael 

Herzog, S. K. 

Santa Barbara 
Firestone, I. 

Stockton 

Hope Lodge 126. I. O. 

B. B. 
Stein, I. F. 

Tracy 

Grunauer, A. 
Yolo 

Borach, B. 



COLORADO 

Colorado Springs 

Colorado Springs Lodge 
No. .523, I. O. B. B. 

Hebrew Benevolent 
Association 

Livermoore. O. 

Myers, M. K. 

Sachs, Henry 

Denver 

Council of .Jewish 

Women 
Grauman, Al. 
Heller, Simon J. 
.Jaffa. Jos. S. 
Kohn, Saml. E. 
Levie, Joseph B. 
Levy, Isaac, Memorial 

Fund Society 
Morris. Ernest 
Neusteter. Meyer 
Schayer, Max S. 
Schayer, Milton M. 
Wachtel, Simon 

Pueblo 

Bernheimer, S. 
Trinidad 
Gottlieb, Dr. D. H. 
Hebrew Ladies' Aid 
Society 

CONNECTICUT 

Bridgeport 

Council of Jewish 

Women 
Klein, Jacob B. 

Greenwich 

Pine Lodge No. 68, 
K. of P. 

Hartford 

Berman. Saul 

Beth Israel Religious 
School 

Beth Israel Sisterhood 

Blumenthal. H. S. 

Cohen & Cohen 

Eisner, Judge Solomon 

Fassler. S. A. 

Feinberg Bros. 

Feldman, Rabbi A. J. 

Finklestein, F. 

Fox, J. L. 

Garber Bros. 

Goldberg, A. D. 

Goldberg, I. E. 

Goldschmidt. L. S. 

Haas, Benj. L. 

Haas, Wm. P. 

Hartman. Emanuel M. 

Hartman. Maurice 

Hollander's Sons, A. 

Kaplan. David 

Kashman, Marshall H. 
*Kashmann, Ben 
♦Kashmann, Seymor S. 

Kashmann, Simon 

Katten, A., & Sons 

Kohn, Sol., & Co. 

Koppleman, H. P. 

Lyon, Bernard 



Lyon, Felix 
Marks, M. F. 
Myers & Gross 
Newfeld. Albert 
Olds & Whipple 
Rapaport. B. 
Rosenberg. .Jos. 
Schwartz, Geo. B. 
Seide. David 
Shapiro, A. 
♦Silberman, A. M. 
Silver Bros. 
Stern, Leo 
Wetstone. L. 
Wise, Isidore 
Youngman, Solomon 

Meriden 

Bush, Alex. 

New Britain 

Raphael, Louis 

New Haven 

Batter, Morris 
Botwinik Bros. 
Buxbaum, Wm. 
Cahn, Alexander 
Canter, J. George 
Caplan, .Judge Jacob 
Cohen. M. 
Cohen. S. S. 
Drazen. Harrv 
Field, S. Z. 
Frankel. Arthur C. 
Freedman, Isidor 
Gompertz, Mrs. .Jewell M. 
Gordon, Israel 
Harrison, M. B. 
Hoffman, B. E. 
Hoffman, I. .1. 
Hyman, Robert E. 
.Jacobs, Hyman 
.Johnson, Albert .J. 
.Johnson, J.. & Son 
Kaufman, Isaac 
Keller, J. 
Kleiner. Charles 
Koon. Jos. 
Landorf, H. A. 
Leichter, M. B. 
Lettes, .Saml. 
Levy, Irwin S. 
Linde, Dr. Jos. I. 
Links, Leo. 
Machol. Herbert L. 
Mann, Louis D. 
Mendel. Adolph 
Michaels, Irving 
Mishkan Israel Sister- 
. hood 
New Haven Lodge 4, 

U. O. T. S. 
Osterweis, Dayton 
Osterweis. Mrs. G. 
Perlroth, Adolph 
Perry, H. T. 
Podoloff. A. 
Price, Max 
Raphael, Dan H. 
Resnik, I. W. 
Rosenberg. Arthur 
Rosenberg, Louis L. 
Rosenblutii. Arthur J. 
Rosenbluth. Louis M. 
Rosoff, Max 
Sagal, L. M. 
Sagal, W. M. 



* Life member. 
** Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



39 



Saltzcr r.ros. 
Schoenbei-ger, E., & Sons 
Sefraloff Bros. 
Shulc, Benj. 
Sti'inbach, A. D. 
Sujit'iibeimer, Louis 
Tlialheimer, E. H. 
Ullman, Col. Isaac M. 
I'llman, Joseph H. 
AVeil, Jos. A. 
♦Weil, Saml. J. 
Weiss, Murray 
Weissmau, AOralaain S. 
Wolfe, Judge Isaac 
Zimmermau, Samuel 

Stamford 

Council Jewish Women 

DELAAVAKE 

Seafortl 

Greenabaum. E. Arnold 
Van Leer, Charles 

Wilmington 

Brauustein, Harry 
Breuer, Max 
Cong-. Beth Emeth 

Religious School 
Council Jewish Women 
Ginns, Oscar 
Goberman. Dr. A. 
Levy, Mrs. Leah 
Levy, Mrs. Nathan 
Markel, Adolph 
Miller, Nathan 
Rothstein, L. 
Rothstein, Mrs. L. 
Saver Bros. 
Schagrin, Chas. W. 
Snellenburg, David 
Topkis, Chas. 
Wolters, Mrs. Rebecca 

W. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

AVashington 

Argo Lodge 413, 

I. O. B. B. 
Atlas, Mrs. Ida 
Baer, David A. 
Baer, Moe A. 
Baum, Leo 
Baum, Mr. and Mrs. 

Oscar 
Baumgarten, Lee 
*Behrends, Melvin 
Beneman, Geo. R. 
Berg, John 
**Berliner, Emile 
Brylawski, Aaron 
Cohen, Myer 
Cohen, Saml. 
Eiseman, Mr. and 

Mrs. Maurice 
Eisenmann, M., & Bros. 
Fischer, Max 
Freedman, Jos. 
Gans, Isaac 
Garfinkle. Morris 
Gassenheimer, Saml. 
Gichner, Ernest 
Gichner, Fred S. 
Hahn, Wm., & Co. 
Hecht, Alex. 



Ilcilprin, G. F. 
Jordan, Goo. C. 
Kann, Slguuind 
Kann, Simon 
Kaufman, D. J. 
Kaufman, Dr. II. M. 
Kaufman, Jos. D. 
Kaufmann, E. I. 
King, Harry 
Kronheimer, Louis 
Lansburgh & Bro. 
Loeb, Leo 
Luchs, Joseph 
liuchs, Morton J. 
Lyon, R. B. H. 
Lyon, Mrs. R. B. II. 
Lyon, Simon 
Lyon, Mrs. Simon 
Newmyer & King 
Nordlinger, Gerson 
Rich, Herbert J. 
Rich, Mrs. M. M. 
Rosenberg, Maurice D. 
Rothstein, Robt. J. 
Salomon, David H. 
Schwartz, Chas. 
Schwartz, Sam. T. 
Sigmund, Albert 
Stein, J. M. 
Tobriner, Leon 
Washington Hebrew 

Congregation 
Weser, Mrs. Fanny B. 
West, Emil 
Wilner, Jos. A. 

FLORIDA 

Daytona 

Pepper, Harry 

Hollywood 

Adler, Phil 
Jacksonville 

Cohen, Mrs. Hattie 
Davis, David 
Finkelstein, Neal 
Hirschberg, Julius 
Jacobs, V. E., & Co. 
Joel, L. D. 
Moscovitz, Louis 
Peiser, Isaac 
Schwartz. O. & S. 
Temple Mite Socy. 
Temple Sisterhood 

Miami 

Apte, D. J. 
Cohen, Isidor 
Moos, J. B. 

Orlando 

Berman, Nat 
Forst, Carl L. 
Lieberman, Hyman 
Phillips, Dr. P. 

Pensacola 

Sisterhood Temple 
Beth El 

St. Petersburg 
Davis, Max 
Pace, H. R. 
Rosenbaum. E. L. 
Schutz, Henry 
Sierkese, A. 



Tampa 

Cohen, M. Henry 
Falk, O. 
Jacobs, S. 
Kasriel, Jos. 
Maas, Abe 
Maas, Ernest 
Maas, Isaac 
Mas, Julius 
Rachelson, Saul 
Rosenblatt, N. A. 
Srour, E. S. 
Waterman. Jerome A. 
Wilderman, Harry 
Wohl, Isidor 
Wohl, Louis 
Wolf, Morris 

West Tampa 

Aronovitz, Manuel 
Hecht, Alex. 
Simovitz, S. 
Weisberg, Chas. 

Ybor City 

Rosenberg, M. 

GEORGIA 

Albany 

Bluethe, Morris 
Brown, Jerome H. 
Brown, P. J. 
Cohn Bros. 
Ehrlich, J. 
Farkas, Edwin 
Farkas, Geo. 
Farkas, Leonard 
Farkas, Mack 
Farkas, Paul 
Farkas, Estate of Sam 
Gortatowsky, A. C. 
Gortatowsky, I. C. 
Hebrew Ladies' Benevo- 
lent Society 
Hofmayer, I. J. 
Hofmayer, L. J. 
Kalmon, B. H. 
Marks, Chas. 
Maver, Daniel 
Prisant, H. 
Prisant, I. 
Robinson, C. D. 
Rosenberg, .T. 
Schine, Nat B. 
Sterne, S. C. 

Athens 

Erwin, Andrew C. 
Michael, Max 

Atlanta 

Bauer, Henry 
Council Jewish Women 
Davis, H. I. 
Dittler, Emil 
Eichberg, Mrs. Caroline 
Eisenberg, M. 
Eplan, I. 
Eplan, Moses 
Eplan, Sol. B. 
Pox, Alfred 
Goettinger, B. 
Greenblatt, S. R. 
Haas, Edwin R. 
Haas, Herbert J. 
Haas, Herman J. 
Haas, Estate of Jacob 



* Life member. 
** Deceased Life Member. 



40 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Haas, Leonard 
Heyman, Arthur 
Hirsch, J. N. 
Hirshberg Co. 
Jacobs, Hyman S. 
Joel, B. F. 
Joel, L. B. 
Kriegshaber, V. H. 
Loeb, Marcus 
Loewus, Jos. 
Loveman, A. M. 
Lowensteiu, F. & M. 
May, Armand 
Mayer, Albert E. 
Montag, Sig. 
Moss, L. H. 
Moss, Mrs. Louis 
Mysterious Club 
Rosenfeld, A. W. 
Saul, Abe S. 
Saul, J. 
Saul, Sam 
Scheer, John 
Schwartz, C. D. 
Selig, S. S., Jr. 
Sommerfield, Mrs. A. 
Strauss, D. H. 
Weinstock, Jack 
Wellhouse, Mrs. Sidney 

Augusta 

Blum, Lee 

Council Jewish Women 
Daughters of Israel Soc. 
Goldberg, A. 
Goldberg, S. & F. 
Lesser, Mrs. Simon 
Nachman, D. 
Rubin, R. 
Sawilowsky, B. 
Schaul, L. J., Co. 
Schneider, C. H. 
Schramach, J. S. 
Slusky, David, & Son 
Steinberg, S. 

Bainbridge 

Blumenstein, E. 
Grollman, H. 
Kahn, I. 
Kline, M. 

Kwilecki's, I., Sons 
Myers, H. 
Nussbaum Bros. 

Brunswick 

Fruchtman, I. 
Gordon, A. J. 
Nathan, Sidney H. 
Pfeiffer, Fred 
Schreiber, Sam 
Tesler, B. 
Zelmenovitz, A. 

Columbus 

Arenowitch, I. 
Columbus Lodge 77, 

I. O. B. B. 
Friedlander. Julius 
Goldstein, Meyer A. 
Greentree, D. 
Jewish Ladies' Aid Soc. 
Julius, J. & H. 
Lafkowitz, C. 
Levinson Bros. 
Loewenherz, A. S. 
Rothschild, David 
Rothschild, Gerson 



Rothschild, Herman 
Satlof, Chas. 

Macon 

Backer, S. W. 
Elkan, E. 
Goldgar, B. 
Happ Bros. Co. 
Hirsh, Jacob 
Kessler, H. 
Koplin, Henry 
Marshall, H. 
Ulman, Emanuel, 

bequest 
Waxelbaum, G. J. 
Waxelbaum, Jos. 

Sandersville 

Cohen, Louis 
Savannah 
Blumberg Bros. 
Council Jewish Women 
Epstein, E. S. 
Grouse, L. E. 
Hirsch, Adolph 
Levine, Geo. 
Pinkussohn, Sam 
Rabhan, Jack 
Salkin, A. F. 
Schwab, Dr. I. M. 
Solomon, Arthur W. 
Temple Sisterhood 

Mickye Israel 
Weil, A. S. 
Wilensky, Wolf 
Wortsman, E, L. 

Tallulah Park 

Magid, Louis B. 
Thomasville 

Bluestein, L. 
Goldstein, H. 
Levitt, Mr. & Mrs. Isaac 
Rosenberg, H. 
Steyarman, Louis, & 
Sons 

ILLINOIS 

Bloomington 

Charity Bridge Club 
Jewish Ladies' Aid & 

Temple Sisterhood 
Livingston, A., & Sons 
Livingston. Mayer & Co. 
Tick, Morris, & Co. 

Champaign 

*Kuhn, Caroline L. 
*Kuhn, Florence L. 
Sisterhood of Sinai 
Temple 

Chicago 

Alschuler, Alfred S. 

Alschuler, Judge Samuel 

Ascher, Fred 

Axman, Saml. H. 
*Bauman, Mrs. Edw. 

Baumgarden, Mrs. Rosa 

Becker, Benjamin V. 

Bensinger, B. B. 

Bensinger, R. F. 
*Bloch, Joseph 

Block, E. J. 

Block, L. B. 



Block, P. D. 
Bloom, Bernhard 
♦Bloom, Leopold 
Bloomstein, Max 
Born, Edgar R. 
Born, M., & Co. 
Borovik, Geo. S. 
Brenner, Mrs. H. D. 
Brown, Mrs. Amy J. 
Burger, Anton 
Cahn, Bertram J.. Jr. 
Churchill, Richard S. 
Cohen, Mrs. B. 
Cohen, Louis B. 
Cohn, Chas. 
Davis, Dr. H. I. 
Davis, James 
De Lee, Dr. Jos. B. 
Deutsch, Jos. 
Dicker, Zoltan 
Bckhouse. Geo. H. 
Bisendrath. Edwin W. 
Elkan, Henry 
Ellbogen. Mrs. Leah 
Englander, Maurice 
*Epstein, Max 
Faroll, Barnett 
Finn. Joseph M. 
Florsheim, Norman S. 
Foreman, Oscar G. 
**Frank, Henry L. 
♦Freund, Gustave 

Friend. Mrs. Alex. 

Fries, Roy J. 

Fuiks, Miss Gussie 

Gatzert, August 

Gimbel, Chas. A. 

Gluck, Max 

Glueck, Isadora 
♦Greenebaum, Moses B. 

Grossman, I. A. 

Haas, Maurice 

Harris, Mrs. Frank 

Harris, Mark G. 

Harris, Mrs. Samuel H. 

Hart, Mrs. Harry 

Hefter, Caesar H. 

Herst, Frank 

Holzheimer, A. Max 

Hyman, Mrs. David A. 

Israel, Joe 

Jacobs, Irvin 

Jacobson, Mrs. D. 

Jacobson, Felix A. 

Joseph, Harry J. 
♦Joseph, L. 

Joseph, Max 

Kahn, Joseph 

Kanter, Isaac 

Katz, Saml. 

Kaufmann, Morris L. 

Keller, L. J. 

Klee, Simon 

Kohn, Simon A. 

Kraus, Adolf, Lodge 72, 

I. O. B. B. 
Lachmann, Numa 
Lieberman, Isaac K 
Lieberman, Mrs. M. 
Lipson, Isaac B. 
Loob, Mrs. Chas. I. 
Lover, Albert S. 
Lowy, Ignatz 

♦Mandel, Edwin F. 

♦Mandel, Mrs. Emamu-1 
♦♦Mandel, Leon 
Marks, Mrs. I. L. 
Mayer, Arthur H. 



♦ Life member. 
♦♦ Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



41 



Mayer, Henry H. 
Meyer, Abraham W. 
Meyer, Alfred C. 
Meyer, Julius H. 
Miller, Abe 
Moos, J. B. 
Morris, Mrs. Auua M. 
Norden, Felix A. 
Pfaelzer, Mrs. David M. 
♦Phillipson, Saml. 
Pick, Richard 
Pincus, Samuel Zoraeh 
Piatt, Mrs. Hanna K. 
Ramah Lodge 33, 

I. O. B. B. 
Rebensteiner, Theo. 
♦Reitler, Chas. 
Rosenfeld, Mrs. Maurice 
♦Rosenthal. Lessiug 

Rubens, Charles 

Rubovitz, Toby 

Samuels, Ben.i. 

Schanfarber, Rev. Dr. 
Tobias 

Schiff, Benj. J. 

Schradzki. Harold R. 

Seifer, Nathan 

Silberman, Adolph 

Silberman, Mr. and 
Mrs. Sigmund 

Sincere, Ben E. 

Spiesberger. H. T. 

Stein, Mrs. Albert 

Stein, Mrs. Ernest 

Stein, S. M. 

Stein. Mrs. Samuel 

Steindler, Albert 

Steindler, Michael 

Stern, Mas 

Stern, Mrs. Max 
♦Stettauer, Mrs. D. 

Stoll, S. D. 

Straus, Eli M. 
♦Straus, Leo 

Straus, Meyer L. 
♦Straus, S. J. T. 

Superfine. Bernard A. 

Taussig, Maurice 

Temple Judea Women's 
Club 

The Temple 

The Temple Religious 
School 

Temple Sholom 
Religious School 

Temple Sholom Sister- 
hood 

Unger, Mrs. Carl 

Weil, Mrs. Leon 

Weiss, Mrs. Clara 

Weiss, S. H. 

Wineberg, John 

Witkowsky Jas. 

Women of Mizpah 

Woolf, Morris 

Wormser, Leo F. 

Younker. A. 

Zeisler, Sigmund 

Danville 

Plaut, Mike, & Co. 
United Jewish Charities 

Evanston 

Rosenberg, Harry M. 

Galesburg 

Jewish Ladies' Aid Soc. 



Glencoe 

Grauer, Rose L. 
Highland Park 

Ruwitch, Jos. F. 

Marion 

Katz, J. B. 

Oak Park 

Moment, H. 
♦Rawitzer, Fred 

Peoria 

Anshai Emeth Religious 

School 
The B. & M. 
♦Bennett, C. M. 
Block, M. E. 
Bloom, Mrs. H. T. 
Bloom, Jacques 
Bremer, A. M. 
Chic Mfg. Co. 
Cinofsky. A. 
Cohen Furniture Co. 
Field, G. M. 
Field, J. W. 
Frankel, Harry A. 
Frankfort, H. 
Goldstein, H. M. 
Goodman. A. L. 
Greenberg, H. 
Harrison, Ben & Sidney 
Heller, W., & Son 
Klein, Harry 
Klein, L. E. 
Lehmann, Arthur 
Levinson. Sam 
Linn, John 
Loewenstein, J. R. 
Nathan, Chas. 
Ne-n-man, Milton G. 
Oppenheim, N. B. 
Pearlstein, H. 
Salzenstein, Albert C. 
Salzenstein, Mrs. S. C. 
Schradski Co. 
Schradzki, Ick 
Smith, Dr. C. M. 
Szold, Esther 
Szold, Jos. 
Ullman, C. A. 
Wachenheimer, J. 
Weinstein, Chas. 
Weinstein, J. 
Weinstein, M. 
Weinstein, Sam 
Weiss, N. H. 
Weisser, Wm. 
Wolfner, Ira W. 
Wolfner, Mrs. Wm. F. 
Woolner, Adolph, Jr. 
♦Woolner, Mrs. Miriam S. 
♦Woolner, Seymour A. 
♦Woolner, Mrs. Seymour 
A. 
Woolner, S. and A. 
♦Woolner, W. B. 
♦Woolner, Mrs. W. B, 

Quincy 

Reib, J. J. 
Rochelle 

♦♦Hilb, Emanuel 
♦Hilb, Mrs. Emanuel 



Kock Island 

Mosenfelder, Mr. and 

Mrs. Louis 
♦Mosenfelder, Mrs. Louis 

Springfield 

B'rith Sholem Sisterhood 
Waukegan 

Stein, Mrs. Adolf 
Winnetke 

Altscliuler, Mr. and 

Mrs. Alfred 
Altschuler, Mrs. Leon 
Spiegel, Mrs. Jos. 

INDIANA 

Angola 

Stiefel, Mrs. L. C. 
Columbia City 

Hebrew Ladies' Benevo- 
lent Society 

Evansville 

Fine, Mrs. Philip 

Jewish Federated Char- 
ities of Washington 
Avenue Temple 

Fort Wayne 

Council of Jewish 

Women 
Emek Beracha Lodge 

61, I. O. B. B. 
Federated Jewish 

Charities 
. Salon, Mrs. Eva R. 

Gary 

Schaaf, F. R. 
Hamilton 

Wolff, G., & Sons 
Hammond 

Kaufmann, C. 
Marcus, Louis 
Weiss, Arthur J. 
•Wolf, Leo 

Indianapolis 

Jewish Welfare Fund 
♦Schwartz, Martin 
Sommers, Chas. B. 

Kokomo 

Levi, J. S. 
L,a Fayette 

Federated Jewish 
Charities 

Liigonier 

Henoch, Sol. 
♦♦Strauss, Isaac D. 
♦♦Straus, Jacob 

Temple Sisterhood 

Madison 

Congregation Adath 
Israel 

Marion 

Temple Sisterhood 



* Life member. 
♦♦ Deceased Life Member. 



42 

Mt. Vernon 

Temple Sisterhood 

Plymouth 

Lauer, Lee M. 
Portland 

Weiler, Morris 

South Bend 

Broolis, M. J. 
Ciralsky, A., & Sons 
Fishgrund, David 
Livingston, Abe 
Mayerfeld, A. R. 
Ries, H. E. 
Seeberger, Geo. 
Spiro, Mrs. Samuel 
Stern, Rabbi Wm. M. 

Summitville 

Warner, Children of 

Anna 
Warner, Miss Willielmina 

Terra Haute 

Federated Jevs'isli 
Charities 
**Levi, Simon 

IOWA 

Cedar Rapids 

Associated Jewish 
Philanthropies 

Centerville 

Rosenbaum, J., & Son 

Charles City 

Hecht, Jos. 
Davenport 

Tri-City Je\yish Fed- 
erated Charities 

Decorah 

Bear, Benj. 
Des Moines 

United Jewish 
Philanthropies 

Dubuque 

**Slimmer, A. 
Sioux City 

Davidson, Dave 

Rosenstoek Bros. 
*Wise, Mrs. Chas. 

KA>rSAS 

El Dorado 

Levinson, H. 
Leavenworth 

Council Jewish Women 
McPherson 

Strouse, J., & Son 
Salina 

Stiefel, Moses 
Topeka 

Guettel, A. A. 

Snattinger, T. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



KENTUCKY 

Bowling Green 

Cristal, Samuel 
Frankfort 

Davis, David P. 
Davis. I. 
Wittgenstein, Max 

Lexington 

Ades, David 
Backer, Max 
Bernstein, J. 
Bing, Sieg. 
Davis, Maurice S. 
Greebel, Adolph 
Grossman, D. 
Grossman, Nathan 
Hammel, Aug. E. 
Herman, Ben 
K. K. A. I. Sisterhood 
Krasne, M. 
Kravetz, B. 
Levy, Joe 
Levy. Morris L. 
Loevenhart, M. B. 
Lowenthal, M. 
Marks, Leo J. 
Meyers Bros. 
Miller. Bernard H. 
Moses, Wm. 
Munich, Max 
Pearlman, J. 
Rosenberg Bros. 
Rosenberg, I. 
Rosenberg, Joe 
Stein, A. 
Straus. Leon A. 
Weil, Herschel J. 
Weil, Jay D. 
Weil. Jonas 
Weil, Sim 
Wile, Dolph 

Louisville 

Adath Israel Sisterhood 
Ades, Simon 
Berman, Myer, & Sons 
Bernheim. Frank D. 
Brooks, Mrs. Marie 
Burger, Mrs. S. 
Burger. V. J. 
Byck, Dann 
Cohen, M., & Sons 
Ehrmann, Hilmar 
Flexner, Dr. J. A. 
Frank, Ludwig 
Goldberg, Lee L. 
Goldberg & Kaplan 
Goldstein, Max J. 
Grossman, Louis 
Haas, Mrs. Sam 
Hirsch, David 
Hirsch, Mrs. David 
Hyman, .Jacob 
Isaacs, Mrs. Louis 
Klempner Bros. 
Ijerman. Edward 
Levi, Abe C. 
Levy, Arnold H. 
Levy, Col. Fred 
Levy, Fred, Jr. 
Levy, Jacob, & Bros. 
Levy, Sol. 
Levy, Stuart G. 
Linker, Barnet 



Lorch, Vic 

Louisville Scrap Iron 
Marks Mercantile Co. 
Mendel, Chas. 
Moses, H. H. 
Ranch, Rabbi Jos. 
Rosenblum, N. 
Rosenblum, Nathan 
Rosenheim, Jacob 
Rothschild. E. A. 
Sachs, Edward 
Sachs, Morris D. 
Sales, A. M. 
Seidenman, ,7. I. 
Selligmau, Alfred 
Selligman, Bernard 
Selligman, Joseph 
Solomon. Dr. Leon L. 
Straus, E. E. 
Switow, M. 
Trau, I. K. 
Ullman, Mrs. Saml. 
Waterman & Taustine 
Weinstock, E. 

Maysville 

Merz, A. L. 
Merz, Mrs. A. L. 
Merz, Eugene 
Merz, Mrs. Eugene 

Owensboro 

Baer, Abe 
Hirsch, Col. A. 
Rosenfeld, Mrs. A. 
Rosenfeld, Silas 
Rosenfeld. Mrs. Silas 
**Shortell, J. D. 

Paducah 

Federated Jewish 

Charities 
Fels, Mrs. .Jeannette 
Harmony Lodge 149, 

I. O. B. B. 
Keiler, Mrs. John W. 
Lowenthal & Son 
Temple Israel S. S. 

Winchester 

Bloomfleld, Sol. 

LOUISIANA 

Alexandria 

Kaufman, I. J. 
Simon, A. E. 
Simon, H. L. 
Simon, Mr. and Mrs. 

Harry L. 
Weiss, M. J. 

Baton Rouge 

Jewish Charitable 
and Educational 
Federation 

Donaldsonville 

Netter, Adolphe 
Lake Charles 
Kaufman, E. R. 

Monroe 

Bloch, Mr. & Mrs. J. S. 

Natchitoches 

Nelkeu, Samuel 



* Life member. 
** Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



43 



New Iberia 

Gates of Prayer 
Sabbath School 

New Orleans 

Beer, Henry 

District Graiul Lodgi' 7, 

I. O. B. B. 
Frank, Mrs. Henry 
Hyman, Harris 
Jewish Charitable 
ami Educational 
Federation 
Levy, A. 

Levy, Mrs. Otto A. 
**Newman, Mrs. Henry 
♦♦Newman, Isidore 
Sisterhood Congregation 

Gates of Prayer 
Zemurray, Samuel 

St. Francisville 
Teutsch, R. 

Shreveport 

B'nai Zion Congregation 
Council Jewish Women 
Murov, N. 

MAINE 

Bangror 

Cortell-Segal Co. 
Friedman, A. B. 

Houlton 

Friedman, Simon 
liCwiston 
Ross, Allen 

Portland 

Berman, Jacob H. 
Rosen, Maurice E. 

Saco 

Solmer, S. M. 

MARYLAND 

Baltimore 

♦Adler, Miss Blanche 
Baer, Estate of Gustav 
Beck, Paul L. 
Berney, Albert 
Berney, Mr. and Mrs. 

Sidney 
Blum, Saml. 
Burgunder, B. Bernie 
Campbell Metal Window 

Corp. 
Castleburg, Henry 
Cohen-Adler Shoe Co. 
Cohen, B. E. 
♦♦Cohen, Mendes 
Cone, Dr. Claribel 

(bequest) 
Cone, Frederick W. 
Delches, Wm. 
DeWolff, W. H. 
Dorf, Morris 
Eisenberg, Abram 
Endel, Mrs. H. 
Engel, Jacob 
Epstein, Jacob 
Fader, A. 
Prank, Edward L. 



Frank. Isaac 
♦Friedenwald, Iliraui W. 

Froelich, Mrs. Rosa 

Fiild, Mr. and Mrs. 
Manes E. 

Gamse, Herman 

Gans, Mr. and Mrs. Chas, 

Goldberg, .John 

Goldberg, Thos. D. 
*G<ildenlierg, Julius M. 

(nildeiibcrg, Levi 

(idhlscliniid, Mrs. R. 

Gomprecht and Benesch 

Gottschalk, Jos. 

Greenabaum, Mrs. E. 

Greenbaum, Leon E. 

Greenbaum, Milton D. 

Greif, David L. 

Greif, Leonard L. 

Greif, Mrs. Max 

Halle, Isaac 

Halle, Meyer S. 

Halle, Moses 

Hamburger, Manes I. 

llanline, Alex. M. 

llecht, Edwin S. 

llccht. Mrs. Julia W. 

Ilccht. Mrs. M. C. 

Ilecht, Malcolm 

Hecht, Moses S. 

Hess, Miss Emma E. 

Hochschild, Max 

Hutzler, Mrs. David 

Independent Order 
Brith Sholom 

Katz, A. R. 
Katz, Meier 

Katz, S. N. 
* Kaufman, Henriette 
Kemper, David 
Kerugood, Herman 
Kohn, Benno 
Kohn, Louis B. 
Lansburgh, Sidney 
Lapidus, Isaac 
Lauchheimer, S. H. 
Lauer, Mrs. Leon 
Lauer, Martin 
Lazarus, Mrs. Fannie L. 
Levy, Alfred 
Levy, William 
Macht, Ephraim 
Makover, Bernard 
Mandelbaum, Seymour 
Morris, Moses 
Ottenheimer, I. & M. 
Pauitz, Isidor 
Pettis, Lt. Col. C. R. 
Ravner, Mrs. Albert W. 
**Rayner, Wm. S. 
**Reinhard, Saml. E. 
Rosenau, Rev. Dr. Wm. 
Rosenberg, Mrs. Bertha 
Rosenburg, Lewis S. 
Rothholz Bros. 
Rothholz, Julius 
Rothschild, Moses 
Rothschild, S. 
Samuels, Morton 
Samuels, Oscar 
Scherr. Herman 
Schleisner, Mrs. Hannah 
Seliger. Mrs. Leon 
Siegel. Milton H. 
Sinsheimer, Miss R. 
Solomons, Miss Rose 
Sonneborn, Siegmund B. 
Spear, Dr. Irving J. 



Spcert, Mose I. 
Stern, F. Edward 
Straus, Aaron 
Strouse, Benj. 
♦♦Strouse, Isaac 
Stulman Bros. 
Thalheimer, Alvin 
Thalheimer, Mr. and 

Mrs. Samuel 
Thalheimer, S. J. 
Van Leer, Milton 
Weil, Herbert H. 
Westheimer, Milton F. 
Wolf, Isadore T. 
Wyman, Maurice 

Cumberland 

Beneman, B. 
Hirsch, Isaac 
Kaplan, S. W. 
Klawan, Jos. 
Kline, L. 

Lichtenstein, A. M. 
Rosenbaum. Ira 
Rosenbaum, Irving 
Rosenbaum, L. 
Rosenbaum, Susman 
Ryley, Dr. 

Frederick 

Gold, M. 
Kaufman, L. M. 
Lowenstein, Mrs. Clara 
Rosenour, B., Jr. 
Rosenour, Gerson 
Sclar, M. 
Shapiro, Barney 
Skudowitz, Henry 
Wachter, Mrs. Clara W. 
Weinberg, Miss 

Jeannette 
Weinberg, Leo 

Mt. Washington 

Ross, Albert 
Sussman, Mrs. Edna 

Northeast 

Abbott, Dr. W. L. 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Attleboro 

Stone, S. M. 
Boston 

Agoos Familv 
Charity Fund 

Agoos, S. L. 

Baer, Louis 

Bernkopf, David 

Brandt, C. 

Fox, Isidor 

Freedman, Dr. Louis M. 

Gold, Saml. 
**Hecht, Lina 

Herman, Mrs. Jos. M. 
♦Hirshberg, A. S. 
♦Kirstein, Louis B. 
♦Koshland, A. 

Koshland, Joseph 

Lebowich, J. 

Levenson, Julius 

Lourie, Hon. David A. 

Morse, J. P. 

Newman, Mrs. Samuel J. 

Ratshesky, A. C. 

Rudnick, Joseph 



♦ Life member. 
♦♦ Deceased Life Member. 



44 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Scheinfelflt. Solomon 
Schooner, Joseph Y. 
Schwartz, H., & Co. 
Shoolman, Mr. and Mrs. 

Max 
**Shuman. A. 
Solomont, James 
Stern, Irving H. 
Temple Israel Sabbath 

School 

Brookline 

Berenson, Mrs. Albert 
Buxbaum, S., Co. 
Jewish Children's Aid 

Society. 
Salomon, Mrs. G. 
Slocum, Isaac M. 
Van Noorden, E. 

Chelsea 

Rosenberg Bros. 
Salter, M., & Sons 

Chicopee Falls 

Wiener, Saml. 
Fall River 

Cooper, S. B. 
Haverhill 

Hartman Shoe Co. 
Ornsteen, Myer T. 

Kenberma 

Sondheim, Mrs. J. R. 
Kendal Green 

♦Mayer, Richard 

liOwell 

Tikotsky, Eli 

New Bedford 

Council Jewish Women 

Somerville 

Hillson, Hyman M. 

Springfield 

Adaskin, Herman 
Bland, H. R. 
Cohen, Julius A. 
Country Club Soda Co. 
Daniel, Harry 
Ehrlich, Robert 
Glickman, Dr. Alfred M. 
Goldstein, Saml. 
Isenberg, H., & Co. 
Isenberg, Herman 
Jacobs, Dr. Chas. 
Kimball, Geo. 
Klopfer, Arthur 
Ley, Fred. T., & Co. 
Markson, J. H. 
May, Simon 
May, Wm. 

Ratner, Moses & Louis 
Simons, Saml. G. 

Waltham 

Bayard, Harris 

Worcester 

Bramson, Abraham 
Chase, Louis 
Cotzin, Mrs. David 
Council Jewish Women 
Elias, Saul 



Grodberg & Hirsch 
Gro.ss-Strauss Co. 
Horowitz, Mrs. J. B. 
Isenberg, Alfred G. 
Isenberg, David B. 
Jaffe, Mrs. J. B. 
Saidel, Harry S. 
Sapiro, Maxwell E. 
Seder, Samuel 
Seder, Saul A. 
Strogoff, Mrs. Frank 

MICHIGAN 

Detroit 

Blum, Mrs. Henry 
Brown, Mrs. Wm. 
Buchhalter, Wm. 
Butzel, Mrs. Leo M. 
Franklin, Dr. Leon M. 
Freund, Dr. Hugo A. 
Gilbert, Isaac 
Gilbert, Mrs. S. G. 
Ginsburg, Bernard 
Gittleman, Sol. 
Goldberg, Louis H. 
Goldman, Morse 
♦Goldstein, Bernice Lois 
♦Gumbiner, Jos. H. 
Heavenrich, John A. 
Heavenrich, Samuel 
Heavenrich, Sidney F. 
Helfman, Harry 
Himelhoch. Moses 
Horwitz, Harris 
Jacobson, H. 
Kahn, Albert 
Krolik, Julian H. 
Landsberg, Myren M. 
Marks, Jos. M. 
Musliner, Louis S. 
Netzorg, M. B. 
Oppenheimer, M. 
Oppenheimer, W. L. 
Rosenfield, Monroe 
Rosenzweig, Mrs. J. 
Schlanger, Harry 
♦♦Schloss, Siligman 
Serlin, Wm. J. 
Siegel, B., Co. 
Stillman, Mrs. Henry 
Temple Beth El 

Sisterhood 
Traitel, Maurice 
Weil, Mrs. M. C. 
Wineman, Andrew 
♦♦Wineman, 

Mrs. Henrietta 
Wineman, Henry 
Wolf, Edwin A. 
Wolfe, N. 

Grand Rapids 

United Jewish Welfare 
Society 

Highland Park 

Frank, Mrs. Celia 
Kalamazoo 

Temple Sisterhood 
Lansing 

Gerson, Jos. 
Norway 

Ruwitch, Miss Bessie L. 



Petosky 

Temple Sisterhood 
Pontiac 

Heineman, Mrs. Sol. E. 

MINNESOTA 

Chisholm 

Banen, P. 

El Queeno Cigar Co. 
Groman, S. B. 
Lewis Dry Goods Co. 
Liebovitz, M. 
Liebovitz. R. 
Medalie, Dr. W. L. 
People's Dept. Store 
Roth, Ben 
Sapero, M. 
Spector, B. D. 
Tusin, Harry 
Wain, Sam 

Duluth 

Abrahams, L. 

Albenberg, M. C. 

Altman, Harry E. 

Altman, J.. & Sons 

Billstein, Wm. 

Bondy, L. R. 

Boznu, Jos. H. 

Bud's Waist Shop 

Coll, J. E. 

Copolovich, S. B. 

Cook, Norman 

Davis, Jos. E. 

Freimuth, I. 

Garon, A. 

Garon, Julius 

Garon, M. 

Gittelson, S. E. 

Josephs, H. Y. 

Kaplan, Carl & N. 

Karon, Ben & Harry 
Karon, Saml. 
Karon, Family of 

Solomon 
Labowitz, F. 
Latts, A. R. 
Latts, R. 
Lavitt, H. G. 
Liftman, A. Y. 
Loeb, Saml. 
Oreckovsky, J. 
Rose, M. 
Sher, P. 

Silberstein, E. A. 
Sylvian, W. 
Vertelney, Sam 
Wishman, A. 
. Zien, I. 
Zimmerman, I. 

Eveleth 

Bright, M. 
Goldberg, Abe 
Levant, Harry 
Lipman, H. 
Masinter Bros. 
Perlman, G. H. 
Press, Sam 
Sagen, Lester 
Segal, Sam 
Stein, Jacob 

Hihbing 

Bloom, Hyman 
Feldman, W. R. 



♦ Life member. 
♦♦ Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



45 



Hallock, Chas. 
Helstein, Louis 
Hibbing Drug Store 
Lippman, B. M. 
Markel Furniture Co. 
Milkes, C. W. 
Nides, H. L. 
Nides, N. 
Rosenberg Bros. 
Sachs Bros. 
Sher, I. R. 
Silk, H. 

Minneapolis 

Adelsheim, Maurice 
Alco Hat Co. 
Baer, Fernard 
Bearman, A. N. 
Brin, Arthur 
Brown, Harry 
Capital Iron and 

Metal Co. 
Cohen, H. B. 
Cohen, Leonard D. 
Cohen, M. L. 
Conhaim, Myron H. 
Conner, Chas. 
Cooper, C. B. 
Copeland, J. 
Craner, P. J. 
Dakota Packing Co. 
Davis, H. J. 
Dworsky, P. 
Dworsky, Philip 
♦Eisler, Adolph 
Fairfax Produce Co. 
Fischer, A. 
Fiterman, S., & Co. 
Freeman, David 
Friedman, Ben 
Friend, B. S. 
Goldberg, Max J. 
Gradwohn, D. 
Grodnick, Louis S. 
Gross, A. M. 
Gross Bros. 
Harris, M. H. 
Heller, A. H., Jr. 
Heller, Bernard 
Isaac, Harry 
Jacobs, Benj. 
Jacobs, Louis 
Jeffery, D. C. 
Joseph, I. S. 
Juster Bros. 
Kanter, Morris 
Kaufman, Harry 
Kaufman, Saml. S. 
Kayser, Albert J. 
Kayser, Howard H. 
Kohen, Max A. 
Kreger, Noah 
Kronick's 
Levin Bros. 
Minneapolis Lodge 271, 

L O. B. B. 
Nathanson, I. 
Orkney & Sons 
Phillips, David 
Resler, Louis 
Robitshek, Irving H. 
Robitshek, Solomon 
Robitshek & Schneider 
Rose Bros. 
Ruben, Harold M. 
Rubin, I. H. 
- Savlan, Jack 
Schein, Sam 



Segal, I. 

Selig, Joseph 

Schanodling's 

Sweet, H., & Co. 

Swiller & Son 

Twin City Furniture 

Exchange 
Weiskopf, Mrs. Henry 
Weiskopf, Robt. G. 
Wolk Bros. 
Yager & Co. 

St. Paul 

Council Jewish Women, 

Monday Sewing Circle 
Ginsberg, Misses Anna 

and Lilly, and Mrs. 

D. G. Mains 
Goodkind, Mrs. B. L. 
Jewish Welfare Asso. 
Mogelson Bros. 
Sisterhood Mt. Zion 

Temple 

Virginia 

Bankman, B. 
Garon, J. H. 
Kenner, A. 
Milavetz, Ben 
Roman, Mrs. Jos. 
Shanedling, M. 
Shanedling, Monroe 
Simon «& Schibel 
Wilk, M. L. 

MISSISSIPPI 

Aberdeen 

Bergman, M. 
Anguilla 

Kline, Henry 
Brookhaven 

Cohn, A. A. 
Cohn, David Z. 
Cohn, Louis 
Furlow, A. B. 
Schlesinger, Louis A. 
Temple B'nai Shalom 
Wilson, Sam 

Columbus 

Joseph Herz Lodge 181, 

I. O. B. B. 
Kaufman Bros. 
Loeb, Sidney J. 
Rosenzweig, Louis 

Corinth 

Hazard, G. A. 
Rubel, Abe, & Co. 
Weaver, A. K. 
Weaver, R. M. 

Greenville 

Bergman, H. W. 
Fletcher, Leon 
Goldstein, Montrose 
Goldstein, Nathan 
Goodman, S. 
Hebrew Union Sabbath 

School 
Hirsch, H. H. 
Itzig, Mrs. I. 
Johl, Miss Jeannette 
Levi, E. 



Moyse & Moyse 
Schlesinger, M. P. 
Scott, Dr. Saul L. 
Solomon, I. 
Stein, H. 

Temple Sisterhood 
Waldauer, Ernest 
Weinberg, Dave 

Greenwood 

Bergson, Paul 

Davidson, M. 

Diamond, M. 

Goodman, F. 

Herman, Robert 

Kline, I. M. 

Lax, Sam 

Levitt Hide & Fur Co. 

Orlansky, A. 

Silver, Abe 

Smith, David 

Stein, I. 

Stein, Joe 

Stein, S. M. 

Sulsbacher, W. L. 

Weiler, A. 

Weiler, A., & Co. 

Weiler, Mrs. Millard 

Hattiesburgr 

Dreyfus, M. 
Jackson 
Ascher, Jos. 
Asher, Mrs. Bessie Hart 
Cohen Bros. 
Dreyfus, Isidore 
Gordon, Daniel 
Gordon, Jack 
Hart, Cyril 
Herman, Harry 
Lehman, Isidore 
Lewine Bros. 
Manassah Lodge 202, 

I. O. B. B. 
Markow, Irving 
Marks, S. S. 
Millstein, S. 
Oppenheim, D. A. 
Orkin, A. J. 
Schrier, S. 
Tannenbaum, A. L. 
Tuchfeld, Joe 

Meridian 

Feibelman, B. M. & E. 
Klein, S. A. 
Lyon, A. J. 

Meridian Chair & Fur- 
niture Co. 
Meyer, Joe 
Meyer, Sam 

Pappenheimer. Mrs. Wm. 
Rothenberg, M., & Co. 
Spiro, Jonas 
Straus & Lerner 
Ullman, L. 
Wigransky, L. 

Natchez 

Beekman, Dr. Marcus 
Beekman, Dr. Philip 
Beekman, Mrs. Sam 
**Frank, Henry 
Friedler, J. J. 
Fry, Louis 
Goldberger, L. 
Kullman, B. 



* Life member. 
** Deceased Life Member. 



46 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Kiillnian, H. 
I^aub, Isaac 
Simon, Leo 
Stockner, Ben 
Tillman, C. L. 
Ullman, Dr. J. S. 
Viener, Harry 
Viener, R. 
Zerkowsky, Isaac 

Vicksburg 

Albreclit, Sam 
Bock-Fiscliel Dry 

Goods Co. 
Emmich, Louis 
Fiscbel, Mrs. A. L. 
Hirscb, J. K. 
Ivory, Rev. Sol. L. 
Ladies' Hebrew Benev. 

Socy. 
Landau, M. D. 
Laudenbeimer. David 
Marcus, Samuel 
Metzger, Maurice 
Mite Society of Ancbe 

Cbesed Rel. Scbool 
Rice, H. E. 
Rice, J. S. 
Sartorius & Fried 
Switzer, L. L. 
AVeil, Mrs. R. 

MISSOUKI 

Hannibal 

Council Jewisb Women 
Joplin 

Newman, Albert 

Kan.sas City 

Auerbacb, H. A. 
Baum, Jos. 
Benjamin. David 
♦Benjamin, Mr. and Mrs. 

Lionel 
Berkowitz, E. B. 
Berkowitz, Walter J. 
Berkson, Sol. 
Block, Sol. 
Bobrecker, Saml. 
Coben, Morris B. 
Comus Club 
Davidson, Julian K. 
Deutscb. Mrs. Racbael 
Eisen, S. G. 
Emricb, Louis 
Peldenheimer, Sam 
Fink, R. S. 
Finkelstein, Dave 
Goldberg, Leo B. 
Hess, Harry 
Kansas City Lodge 184, 

I. O. B. B. 
Laner, Louis 
Levy, Family of Isaac 
Levy, Melville 
Loewen, Myron A. 
Lyon, Eugene L. 
Mayer, Rabbi Harry H. 
Mayer, Moe 
Mnookin, Jacob 
Oppenbeimer Bros. 
Scbeurman. A,. L. & M. 
Sbanberg, M. B. 
Sbane, Meyer 
Siegel, Lester 



T'nited Jewish Charities 
M'erby, Jacob 

.St. Joseph 
Block, Ilarrv 
Ebrlich, Wm. H. 
Federated Jewish 
(Miarities 
*IIirsh, Sol. 
**\Vestheimer, Mr. and 

Mrs. Ferd. 
**Westheimer, Samuel 

St. Louis 

American Fixture and 

Showcase Mfg. Co. 
Arenson, Jas. 
Baer, Arthur B. 
Baer, J. A. 
Bauman, S. H. 
Biederman, Emanuel 
Bliimenfeld, Morris 
Bry, Nathan 
Cohen, Leon 
*Cohn, I. H. 
Cronheim, Herman 
Ebn Ezra Lodge 47. 

I. O, B. B. 
Frank, Mrs. Henry 
Freund, Walter L. 
Fuller, Aaron 
Glaser, Dr. Carl 
Glaser, Jos., Jr. 
Guckenheim, Emil 
Harris. Marcus 
Hirschhorn, Lewis 
Jewish Federation of 

St. Louis 
Kline, I. D. 
Kopelowitz Bros. 
Kover, Mrs. Chas. 
Langsdorf, Julius 
Leah Ladies' Lodge 3. 

I. O. B. A. 
*Loseni, Col. Isaac H. 
Lewin Metals Corp. 
Littmann, Mrs. M. 
May, Morton J. 
Mayer, Emil 
Missouri Lodge 22. 

I. O. B. B. 
Myers, Harry 
*Nathan, Emil 
*Platt, Edward G. 
**Rice, Jonathan 
Rosenfeld, Arthur 
Rubinstein, T. L. 
*Sacks, William 
St. Louis Commission 

Co. 
Salinger, Mrs. Ford 
Seelig, M. G. 
Seidel, S. 

Shoenberg, Sydney M. 
Silverman, J. E. 
Spitz, Mrs. Moritz 
Steinberg, Mark C. 
**Stix, C. A. 
Swope, Meier 
Tober-Saifer Shoe Co. 
Treuman, Paul 
Weil, Ralph 
Wohl, David P. 
AVolff, Mrs. Clara A. 
Wolff, E. H. 
Wolfort, Sig. 
Zelnicker, Walter A. 



S|>ring:fleld 

Associated Cliarity 
Fund 

Tipton 

Colin, Mrs. Rosalie 
n>bb City 

Goldstein, Sol. 

MONTANA 

Butte 

Jewish Charity Chest 
**<)ppenheimer, ,T. E. 
*Symons, Harry 

Missoula 

Leiser, Esther 

NEBRASKA 

Lincoln 

Friend, Morris 

Gold, Nathan J. 

Gold, Wm. 

Slieuerman, M. 

Speier, Albert 

Temple Sisterhood 
B'nai Yeshurun 

Weil, M. 
Omaha 

Holzman, Wm. L. 

Katleman, Carl C. 

Kulakofsky, J. Harry 

Lapidus, Harry H. 
**Levy, Morris 

Mandelson. Mrs. Lena 

Rosenthal, B. ife H. 

Sachs, Martin 

Temple Israel 
Sisterhood 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Portsmouth 

Council Jewish Women 
Shapiro, Louis 

NEW JERSEY 

.A^tlantic City 

*Bacharach, Mrs. Harry 

Bell, Albert T. 

Binswanger, Miss Mona 
*Buzby, Walter J. 

Council Jewish Women 

Elfman, Morris 
, Epstein, Mrs. A. 

Federation of Jewish 
Charities 

Fhirsheim, Mrs. Fannie 
*Fridenberg, 

Mrs. Anne E. 
*Fridenberg, 

Mrs. Solomon S. 

Friedeberg, Mrs. Gussie 

Furer, Michael 

Goldsmit, Miss Cecelia 

Green, Mrs. Etta B. 

Hanstein, Mrs. Moses 

Hillman, Joel 

Hillman, Julian A. 

Hillman, Mrs. Julian A. 

Jacobs, Mrs. Saml. 
*Kline, Henry S. 



* Life member. 
** Deceased Life Member. 




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PICKING THE PEACH CROP 




PI.OWING AND HARROWING 




STUDENTS CUTTING WHEAT WITH BINDER 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



47 



♦Krauskupf, H. C. 

KrausUopf, Mrs. II. C. 

Pollock. Louis R. 

Press, Mrs. A. 

Schaul, Henry H. 

Scbechter, S. B. 

Schnitzor. Loon 

'I'oiipin. P. M. 
*\Vliite. D. S. 

IJii.vonne 

Council .Jewish Women 

IJelmar 

Straus 



Irvinj 



Bridgeton 

Garflekl. D. 
Pollock, Mrs. Benj. 
Schrank. M. C, Co. 
Silverman. Henry 

Camden 

Goldberg. Louis 
• Plarvey. J. S. C. 
Loeb. Rudolf 
Van Sciver, .J. B., Co. 

Collingswood 

Jacobson, S. M. 
Jacobson, Mrs. S. M. 

Deal 

Baumann, Mrs. S. 
Weyl, Edgar 

East Orange 
Dimond, A. J. 
Herzog, Milton 
Marx. Dr. Max 
Schindel, George J., 
Estate 

Elberon 

Stern, B. Sylvester 

Elizabeth 

Council Jewish "Women 
Koestler, Saml. 
Stamler, J. J. 
•Stein, Dr. Emil 

Hamburg 

Harden, Reeve 

Hoboken 

Bernheim, Geo. B. 

Irvington 

Bierman, Geo. 
Kearney 

Samuels. Mr. and Mrs. 
Henry 

Long Branch 

Council .Jewish Women 
Jlargate City 
' Friedlander, Isadore 
^lontclair 

Hirsh. Mrs. Samson 
Moorestown 

Lippincott. Chas. A. 
Newark 
*Aronson, Louis "V. 

Bamberger, Louis 



**Basch, Cliarles J. 
I'.erla, Amzi 
Blumenfeld. Jacob J. 
Cohn, Morris 
Cohn, Saul & Joseph E. 
Danzis, Dr. Max 
Davis, Mortimer 
Dillenberg, Samuel S. 
Donald Co. 
Dreyfuss, Emanuel 
Epstein, Dr. Harry B. 
Ezekiel Lodge 90, 

I. O. B. B. 
Feist, Abram 
Feist & Feist 
Penning, Herman A. 
*Fisch, Jos. 
Foster, Rev. Solomon 
Frank, Mannie 
*Friedman, Louis L. 
Goldsmith, Leo 
Goldsmith, Martin 11. 
♦Goldsmith, Nathan 
Greenebaum, Plarry H. 
*Groedel. Theodore 

Gross, Lewis D. 
**Grotta, David 

Hammerschlag, N. V. 
Ilannoch. Herbert J. 
Hart Furniture Co. 
Hertz, Max 
Hollander, A.. & Sons 
♦Hollander, Albert 
♦Hollander, Benj. Wm. 
♦Hollander, Michael 
Hollander, Sam M. 
Jacobson, David 
Jay, Jjcopold 
Jay. Theodore C. 
Kaltenbacher, Mr. and 

Mrs. Jos. 
K:anengie.ser. A. Sigmund 
♦Kaufherr, Albert H. 
Kaufherr, Isadore J. 
♦Kaufherr, Maurice D. 
Kaufman, Perd B. 
Kessler. Saml. I. 
♦King. Nathaniel 
Klein, Albert 
Krieger, Louis 
♦Krimke, Philip 
Kussy, Herman 
Ivusy, Maximilian 
Lehman, Isidor 
Lehman, Jerome 
♦Lehman, Wm. E. 
♦Lehman, Wm. L. & 
.Jerome 
Levy, Fenster & 

McCloskey 
Jjewis, Bernard 
Lindeman, Philip 
Lippman, Louis 
♦Lissner, A. 
♦Lissner, Benj. P. 
♦Lissner, Leo N. 
I>itwin, Mr. and Mrs. 

Saml. 
Liveright, Frank I. 
Longfelder, David 
Lowenstein, Emanuel 
Lowy, Mr. and Mrs. 

Harry 
Manshel, Mr. and Mrs. 

Charles 
Marx, Mr. and Mrs. 
Meier 



Maull, II. W., & Co. 
Maybaum, Mr. and" 

Mrs. Charles 
Mayer, Adolf 
Mayer, Benj. 
Mendel, Wm. 
♦♦Meyer, Aaron 
Meyer, J. F. 
Meyer, Jacob 
Meyer, Jos. E. 
♦Miller, Bernard 
Muehlfelder, Arthur 
Myers, L. A., Jr. 
Myers, Wm. L. 
Newman, Jacob L. 
♦Pliillips, Arthur 
Plant, Louis 
Plant, Moses 
Puder. Mr. and Mrs. 

A. H. 
Puder. Mr. and Mrs. 

XL S. 
Rachlin, Benj. 
Rachlin, Dr. I. J. 
♦Rachlin, Morris 
Rich, Leopold 
Rich. Wm. S. 
♦*Rotli. Isaac 

Salzman, Nathan 
Scheck Advertising 

Agency 
Schlesinger, Alex. L. 
Schlesinger, Mrs. 

Alex. L. 
Schlesinger, .Joel L. 
♦Schlesinger, Louis 
Schlesinger, Morris S. 
Sclinuerer, Alfred 
Schwartz, Louis C. 
Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. 
Samuel 
*>Schwarz & Son 
Siegel, Henry 
Sinsheimer. Benj. 
♦Sommer, Wm. M. 
Steiner. Dr. and Mrs. 

Edwin 
Steiner, Herman 
♦Steiner, Mrs. Joseph 
**Straus, Isaac T. 

Warner. Mr. and Mrs. 
Barnett 
♦♦Weingarten, Levi 

Orange 

Augenblick, Meyer 
Brentano. Mrs. Simon 
♦Roth, Jacob 
Roth, M. 

Roth & Co., Inc. 
Schindel. Abraham 

Paterson 

Bloom, Edward 
Fabian, Jacob 
Haines, H. B. 
Landay, Abe 
Levine & Greenspan 
Michaels, Chas. 
Mikola, Gustave 
Religious School Barnert 

Temple 
Rogowski, M. L. 
Spitz, Louis 

Perth Amboy 

Wurtzel, Max 



♦ Life member. 
*♦ Deceased Life Member, 



48 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Phillipsburg 

*Bugen, Jacob 
Malos, Louis 
Nie, Alice E. 
Rosenfeld, Julius 
Shulman, I. 
Stone, Max M. 

Plainfleld 
Bronston, B. E. 
Bi-onston, E. 
Council Jewish Women 
Gorkin, B. 
Kurtzman, Clias. 
Schwed, Herman 
Tepper Bros. 
Tepper, M. 
Yood, Dr. R. 

Red Bank 

Eisner, Monroe 

Somerville 

Mack, Mrs. Louise C. 
Schwed, Chas. 

South Orange 

Back, Jesse Albert 
Cohen, Roy M. 
Ising, Mrs. Oscar 
Roth, Jacob 

Trenton 

Block, S. R. 
Eisner, Leo 
Fuld, Mrs. Leah R. 
Gilinsky, M. 
Haveson, Harry 
Holzner, David 
Julian, Dr. Wm. 
Kaplan, David 
Kaufman, S. B. 
Leventhal, N. 
Rednor, Isidor C. 
Schafer, Julius 
Swift & Co. 

Trenton Shirt Mfg. Co. 
Wirtshafter, H. 
Wolf, Mr. and 

Mrs. Robt. 
Yard's, Inc. 

Union HiU 

No. Hudson Section 
C. J. W, 

Ventnor 

Meyerhoff, Moe L. 
Rabinovitch, David 
Stern, Saml. 

Washington 

Davidson, Dr. A. 

West End 

Houseman, Clarence J. 

NEW MEXICO 

Albuquerque 

Ilfeld, Louis 
Ilfeld, Noa 
Norhaus, Max 
Osoff, Meyer 
Schweizer, Herman 
Temple Albert Sister- 
hood 



Clayton 

Isaacs, Robt. W. 
Las Vegas 

Ilfeld, Charles 
Wagon Mound 

Vorenberg, Mrs. Simon 

NEW YORK 

Albany 

Aronowitz, Saml. C. 
Barnet, Wm. 
Bookstein, Isadore 
Council Jewish Women 
de Beer, Mr. and Mrs. 

Jacob 
Ferber, Ellis 
Gideon Lodge 140, 

L O. B. B. 
Hess, Abe N. 
Hessberg, Mrs. Albert 
Hyman, Edward 
Illch, Julius 
Jeneroff, M. A. 
Larner, Saml. H. 
Levison, I. N. 
Mandelbaum, Mrs. 

Myer J. 
Mann Bros. 
Mann, Mr. and Mrs. 

Chas. 
Mann, Lester 
Mann, Louis 
Mann, Milton 
May, Chas. S. 
Mendel, Max 
Mendelson, Ira 
Mendelson, Leon 
Miller Bros. 
Muhlfelder, Jonas 
Muhlfelder & Illch 
Myers, N. 

Neuman, Dr. Leo H. 
Oppenheim, L. & Wm., 

Jrs. 
Oppenheim, Louis W. 
Oppenheim, Wm. L. 
Perle, Mrs. Leah 
*Rosendale, Hon. S. W. 
Sonnenfeld, Sam T. 
Sporborg. Mr. and Mrs. 

Alfred J. 
Sporborg. Mrs. Henry J, 
Stark, Mrs. Milton C. 
Stern, Chas. M. 
Stern, Henry E. 
Thanhauser, Mrs. B. H. 
Weil, Edward 
Amsterdam 

Behr, O. M. & S. M. 
Holzheimer, Solomon 
Lurie, A. D. 
Astoria, Li. I. 

Klein, Bernard D. 
Athens 

Unger, Henry W. 
Auburn 

Marshall, L, 
Binghampton 

Bloom, Dr. M. S. 
Rosenthal, S. C. 



Brooklyn 

Blum, Edw. C. 

Brightman, S. D. 

Dohrmann, Edw. A. 

Pranks, B. J. 

Franks, H. S. 

Glaser, Abraham 

Janowitch, J. H. 
♦Kalvin, Mrs. Henry M. 

Kaufman, Mrs. A. Sara 

Keller, Sidney A. 

Letcher, H. H. 
♦Lewis, Israel 

Nevin, Dr. Mendel 

Raven, C. T. 
*Reiner, Julius 

Rosenthal, Mrs. R. 

Rothschild, S. P. 

Salzman, Morris 

Schuster, Mrs. S. J. 

Shapiro, Nathan D. 

Shulman, J. 

Soss, Saml. 

Sternberger, Louis 

Tuholsky, D. 

Weiderman, Geo. 

Werbelovsky, Abraham 

Buffalo 

Fleischmann, Simon 
♦Hofeller, Theodore 
*Hofeller, Mrs. Theodore 

Jewish Federation 

For Social Service 
♦Joseph, J. G. 

Keiser, August 

Spangenthal, Mrs. A. 
♦Warner, Eugene 
♦Winkler, Mrs. R. S. 

Crestwood 

Shiman, Abe 

Croton-on-Hudson 

Rosen, Jos. A. 
Delhi 

Stern, Aaron 
Elmira 

Baker, Alex. 

Baker, Harry 

Berinstein, H. L. & B. M. 

Danzig, Geo. H. 

Epstein, Chas. 

Epstein, Wm. 

Featherman, Isadore 

Friendly, M. H. 

Friendly, Myer 

Friendly, S. H. 

Gladke, Hon. M. J. 

Goldstein, H. 

Horowitch, Hyman 

Jerome & Tischler 

Johnson, Miss 
. Johanna B. 

Lain, E. L. 

Lande, Dr. Abraham 

Lande, Wm. McK. 

Levy, Benj. F. 

Nathenson, Geo. 

Radin, Henry J. 

Radin, Mrs. Henry J. 

Rubin Bros. 

Sammet, J. Barney 

Shreibman, L., & Son 

Soble, Dr. N. H. 



* Life member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



49 



Strauss, Cbas. 
Tepper Bros. 

■Far Rock aw ay 

Salit, Michael 
Sommerich, Edwin 

Forest Hills 

Allmayer, E. 
De Vos, A. R. 

Gloversville 

Aaron, Albert 

Berger, M. A. 

Elite Glove Co. 

Heiman, Isidore 

Horwitz & Arbib 

Kayne, R. 

Ken-Wel Sporting 
Goods Co. 
•Lebenheim, P. W. 

Littauer, Lucius N. 

Mendel, J. W. 
♦Moses, Joseph 

Nelson, A. 

Reitzes, L. N. 
♦Rothschild, Samuel 
♦Rothschild, Mrs. Samuel 

Sanger Bros. 

Schine Theatre Co. 
Great Neck 

Augstein, Minnie 
Hartsdale 

Cahn, Mrs. L. 
Herkimer 

Schermer, Benj. 

Schermer, Miss 
Frances M. 

Johnstown 

Denkert, M., & Co. 
Galinsky, B., & Sons 
Rosenthal, Albert 

Larchmont 

Rosenthal, Mrs. M. S. 

Iiawrence 

Elsas, Adolph 

Liong: Island City 

Bradley, Wm., & Son 
Loose- Wiles iBiscuit Co. 
Pisani Bros., Inc. 
Traitel Marble Co. 

Mt. Vernon 

Drey, Mrs. Lizzie H. 
Mann, Leon 
Robison, Gerson 
Sinai Sisterhood 

Newburgh 

United Jewish Charities 

New Bochelle 

Amdur, N. W. 
♦Grant, Adolph 

Guttag, Julius 
♦Ladenburger, Mrs. Theo. 

Prince, Julius 

New York City 

♦♦Abraham, A. 
Abrahams, Mrs. M. L. 
Adler, Jerome C. 



Adler, J. C, & Bros. 
Adler, Max 

Adler, Mrs. Morton L. 
Adler, Paul 
Agate, Sanford S. 
Alexander, Harry 
Alexander, Joel 
Alexander, Lawrence L. 
Alexander, Leo 
Alpert, Adolph 
Alsberg, Wm. 
Altschul, Benj. 
Altschul, Miss Hilda 
Amsterdam, Inc. 
Ansorge, Martin C. 
Arnold, Bernard H. 
Arnold, Nathan A. & 
Rosa (in memoriam), 
by their daughters 
Aschner, Paul W. 
Bamberger, Mrs. Ira Leo 
♦Bamberger, William 
Bathia Lodge No. 10, 

U. O. T. S. 
Bayer, Samuel 
Beaumont, Com. L. D. 
Becker, Charles 

Beer, Mrs. Julius 
Behal, Myer 

Beller, Mr. and Mrs. A. 

Benjamin, Eugene S. 

Berger, Samuel 

Bergmann, A. H. 

Berliss, A. D. 

Berman, Jos. Geo. 

Berman, Louis K. 

Bernard. Mrs. Bertram 

Bernheim, Mrs. Isaac J. 

Be"rnheim, I. W. 

Bernheimer, Miss 
Alice A. 
♦♦Bernheimer. Miss Rosie 

Bernstein, David 

Bernstein, Irving H. 

Bernstein, Max 

Bernstein, Mortimer B. 

Bier, Mrs. Sylvan 

Bijur, Nathan 

Bildersee, Miss Adele 

Bildersee, Miss Dorothy 

Billwiller Bros. 

Bing, Alexander M. 

Bleecker, Miles L. 

Blitzer, M. D. 

Bloch, M., & Co. 

Block, Isaac 

Block, Mrs. Isaac 

Block, Israel 

Block, Max 

Bloomingdale, Mrs. J. B. 

Blum, Mrs. Joseph 
♦Blumenthal, Geo. 

Blumgart, Mr. and 
Mrs. Louis 

Boas, Percy E. 

Bonne, Mrs. Josephine 

Bowman, E. S. 

Brand, Herman 

Brandt, Herman 

Brettauer, Mrs. Jos. 

♦Budge, Henry 

Buerger, Dr. Leo 

Burston, Dr. M. J. 

Butler, H. H. 

Buttenweiser, Jos. L. 

Campe, B. I. 

Campe, E. L. 



Campe, E. N. 
Campe, Sam 
Cams, Wm. L. 
Centennial Lodge No. 

763, F. & A. M. 
Charity Chest of the 

Fur Industry 
Cheek, Frank L. 
Chopak Textile Co., Inc. 
♦Cohen, Ellas A. 
Cohen, Harry 
Cohen, Julius Henry 
Cohen, Lawrence B. 
Cohen, Max 
Cohen, N. D. 
Cohen, Norman W. 
Cohen, Sollis 
Cohen, Hon. Wm. W; 
Cohn, Abraham 
Cone Export & Commis- 
sion Co. 
Congregation Emanu-El 
Coplon, Chas. 
♦Cowen, Moses 
Curiel, H. 
Da Costa, Sadie B. 
♦Danenbaum, Charles ' 
Daub, M. J. 
Davies, J. Clarence 
Davis, G. Richard 
De Boer, David H. 
Demuth, Leopold 
Dix, Mark H. 
Dreyfus. Fred J. 
Drezwell Co. 
Drlbben, S. F. 
Edwards Blec. Const. Co. 
Ehrmann, Mrs. Ernst 

Einstein, I. D. 

Einstein, J., Inc. 

Eitingon, Schild Co. 

E. J. Electric Instal. Co. 

Bison, Edwin B. 

Enelow, H. G. 

Engel, Jos., Co. 
♦♦Erlanger, Abraham 

Erlanger, Felix M. 

Erlanger, Mitchell L. 

Erlanger, Sydney B, 

Faddis, Walter S. 

Pechheimer, A. 

Fechheimer, Charles 

Federman, Leo G. 

Feist, Felix F. 

Feldman, Herman 

Fell, T. Reid 

Pelsenheld, E. 

Finn, Julius 

Fischbach, H. F. 

Fleischman, G. 

Fleishman, Marco 

Fluegelman, Nathan 

Ford, Martin T. 

Foundation Co. 

Franc Strohmenger & 
Cowan, Inc. 

Franco Corset Co. 

Frank, Edgar K. 

Frank, Milton L. 

Frankel, Mandel 

Friedman, Edward 

Friedman, I. M., & Co. 

Friedman, Max 

Friedman, Morris 

Friedman, Sol., & Co. 

Fuerst, W. F. 

Gaisman, Henry H. 

Gans, Howard S. 



♦ Life member. 
♦♦ Deceased Life Member. 



50 



THE NATIONAL FAiRM SCHOOL 



Cans, Milton H. 

Gevirtz, A. 

Gierhart. H. S. 

Gilbert, A. S. 

Gimbel. Adam L. 

Gitterman. A. N. 

Glauber, M. 

Glazier. Henrv S. 

Gluck, David L. 

Gold, Louis 

Goldberg-, Mrs. J. D. 

Goldberger. Lee J. 

Golde, Louis 

Goldman, Morris 

Goldmanu, Nathan 

Goldsmith, Arthur J. 

Goldsmith, Edwin 

Goldsmith. Frederick 

Goldsmith, Fred C. 

Goldsmith, Hugo 
Goldstandt, Fred S. 

Goodhart. Howard L. 
*Goodhart, Philip J. 

Goodman. Edwin 

Goodman. Maurice 
Goodman. Nathan 

Gottheil, Mrs. Paul 

Graybar Electric Co. 

Greenwald, Henry D. 

Grossman, Emil 

Grossman, I., & Son 
♦Guggenheim, Murry 
♦Guggenheim, Wm. 
Guinzbnrg, Geo. 

Kleinert 
Guinzburg. Mrs. H. A. 
Guinzburg, Miss Lillie 
Guinzbnrg, Ralph K. 
Guinzburg, Richard A. 
Guinzburg, Victor 
Guinzburg. Mrs. Victor 
Gustafson, Albin 
Guthman, Wm. 
Gutman, A. L. 
Gutman, Monroe C. 
Gutmann & Gutmann 
Hadassah Lodge No. 8, 

U. O. T. S. 
Haft, Morris W., & 

Bros., Inc. 
Hall-Smith, .T. P., Co. 
Harris, Abraham 
Harris, Nathan A. 
Hatzel & Buehler, Inc. 
**Hays, Daniel P. 
Hays, Edwin D. 
Hebrew Sisterhood of 

Inwood 
Hecht, Meyer 
Heim, S. W. 
**Heinsheimer, Alfred M. 
Heller, I. M. 
Hendricks, Mrs. Chas. 
Hendricks, Henry S. 
Henry, Miss Florence 
Henry, Miss H. Maud 
Herkimer, Berthold S. 
♦Hermann, Ferdinand 
Hersch, Albert M. 
Herskovitz, Albert, & 

Sons, Inc. 
Herz, F. W. 
Hilder, Moritz 
Hiller Bros. & Hiller 
Hilson, Edwin I. 
Hirsch, Adolf 
Hirsch, Arthur M. 
Hirsch, Lee 



Hirsch, Leo H. 
Hirschman, Stuard 
Hirsh, Louis 
Hochster, Albert 
Hofheimer, Mrs. Arthur 
♦♦Hofheimer, Nathan 
Holstein, M. G. 
Holzman, Ascher 
House, Nathan C. 
Housman, Mr. and 

Mrs. Frederick 
Husch, Herman 
Ilutzler, Morton D. 
♦Hyman, D. M. 
Hyman, Mrs. Michael 
Ikelheimer, Emanuel, 

Children of 
Ikelheimer, Miss Ida 
Ittelson, Henry 
Jacobs, E. Louis 
Jacobs, I. Randolph, 

& Co. 
Jaffee, Louis J. 
Jalkoff Bros. Inc. 
Janowitz, Julius 
Kahn, Elliott M. 
Kahn, Leo M. 
Kaplan Bros. 
Katz, A. R. 
*Katz, Evigene 
Kaufman, Mrs. Benj. H. 
Kaufman, Carl 
**Kaufmann, B. 
Kaufmaun, Mrs. Baruch 
Kaufmann, Herbert M. 
Kaufmaun, Julius 
**Kayer, Julius 
Klee, Walter S. 
Klein, D. Emil 
Klein, Milton M. 
Klein, Sidney 
Klein, Mrs. Theresa L. 
Klein, William 
Kleinert, Mrs. H. E. 
Kleppe, O. W. 
Klingenstein, Mr. and 

Mrs. Chas. 
Knapp, Walter 
Knopf, Samuel 
Kohn, Sol. 

Kohnstaram, Edward 
Kohnstamm, Joseph 
Kohnstamm, L. S. 
Kohnstamm, Mrs. Otto 
Koppel, Arthui' D. 
Kops, Max 
Korn, Danl. L. 
*Krausko]>f. Mary G. 
Lambert, Vitus C. 
Lamport, Mr. and 

Mrs. S. C. 
Lande & Miskend 
Landeck, Walter V. 
Landman, Isaac 
Lane, Louis 
Lang, Mrs. Carl 
Lasky's, Inc. 
Latz, Mrs. Mack 
Lauterbach, Miss Helen 
La Valle, Inc. 
Lawton, Wm. M. 
Lax, J. W. 
Lebach, Mrs. Stuart J. 
Leff, Max 
Lehman, Allan S. 
Lehman, Mr. and 

Mrs. Arthur 
Lehman, Herbert H. 



Lehman, Hon. Irving 
♦♦Lehman, Meyer H. 

Lehman, S. M. 

Leidesdorf, S. D. 

Leon, Henry 

Leon, Henry H. 
♦Leon, Maurice 

Levy, B. B. 

Levy, Ephraim B. 

Levy, Felix H. 

Levy, I. Montefiore 

Levy, Louis S. 

Levy, Maurice 

Levy, Mrs. Saml. H. 

Lewis, I. A. 
♦Lewisohn, Adolph 

Lewisohn. Sam A. 

Libman, Dr. E. 

Lichtenstein. Mrs. J. B. 

Liebhold, Max 

Liebovitz, E. J. 

Lintz, Isaac 
♦Lipper, Arthur 

Lipper, Mrs. Arthur 

Lippman, L. J. 

Lippmann, George 

Livingston. J., & Co. 

Loeb, Benj. W. 

Loewenstein, Herman N. 

Loewenthal. Max 

Lorsch, Henry 
♦Louchheim, Harry F. 

Louchheim, Mrs. H. F. 

Louchheim, Walter C. 

Lowenthal, Sidney 

Lubell, Morris M. 

Ludwig. Jesse J. 

Lurie, Mr. and Mrs. M. 

Lustberg, Morris 
Maas, Eugene 
Mack, Fred A. 
♦♦Mack, Jacob W. 
Mack, Marc H. 
Mandell, K. 
Mangel, Sol. 
Manhattan- Washington 
Lodge No. 191. I. O. 
B. B. 
Marcus, C. Lionel 
Marcuse, A. .T. 
Margolies, Saul 
Marks, Sigmund 
♦Marshall, Louis 
Mayer, Bernhard 
♦Mayer, Charles 
Mayer, Mrs. Max W. 
Mayer, Mrs. O. I. 
Mayer, Mrs. Rachel 
Mayers, Jacob 
Meinhard, Morton H. 
Meirowitz, Dr. Philip 
Mendelsohn. Alfred I. 
Mendelsohn, Sigmund 
Mendelsohn. Walter 
Mendleson. Jerome 
Mergentime, Chas. B. 
Merl, Inc. 

Metzler, Mrs. Daisy 
Meyer, D. F. 
Meyer, Harrison D. 
Meyer, Mrs. .Jonas 
Meyer, Mrs. Sol. 
Meyer, Wm. 
Meyers, Edwin L. 
Meyers, Wallace E. 
Milius, Mrs. A. S. 
Miller, Dr. Louis 
Miller, Sam 



♦ Life member. 
*» Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



51 



•Millhiser, Mrs. riai-oiice 
Mindllu, Harris 
MordOL'iii, KcnJ. 
**MorgansttM-n. Albert G. 
Morticiitliau. Tlciiry 
Morrison's. Inc. 
Morse & Uo^ors 
Moses, D. K. 
Moses, Mrs. K. 
Muolilstcin, II. 
Mundlioim, Saiiil. 
Mutterperl, Sol. 
Myers, Seligmau A. 
Nathan, Benj. 
Nathan, Miss Rosalie 
Naumburg, Aaron 
Naumburg, Walter W. 
Neely, Robt. T. 
Neuman, Moritz 
Neunieyer, Mrs. G. 
Newbnrger, Alfred H. 
Newburger, Jos. E. 
Newman, A. L. 
Newman, Jacob J. 
New York Lodge No. 1, 

I. O. B. B. 
Niven, John B. 
Norden, Jacob A. 
Nordlinger, Kmil S. 
Oakes. Geo. AY. Ochs 
Ochs, Adolpb S. 
Ochs, Mrs. Adolph S. 
Olsa, Mrs. Victor 
Oppenheim, Emil TV. 
Oppenheim, Mrs. 

Pauline F. 
Oppenheimer, David E. 
Oppenheimer, Mrs. Z. H. 
Opper, E. M. 
O'Reilly, Thomas, & 

Son, Inc. 
Osserman, Simon E. 
Pace, Homer S. 
Peierls, Siegfried 
Perlmutter-Mittleman 

& Co. 
Peyser, Mrs. S. D. 
Pevser. Theo. A. 
Phillips, Mrs. Edna K. 

Plant, Robt. 

Plough, S. Harby 

Pool, Rev. Dr. David 
de Sola 

Porter, H. Hobart 

Posner, Louis S. 

Price, Victor 

Rains, S. E. 

Raisler, Samuel 

Reiss, Dr. Henry 

Reiter, Leon M. 

Richmond. Maurice 

Riehle, Theodore M. 

Rieser. Norvin H. 

Rogers, Chas. A. 

Rogers, M. H. 

Rohrbach, John F. D. 

Rosalsky, Hon. Otto A. 

Rose, Bernard J. 

Rosen Bros. 

Rosenau, Sidney R. 

Rosenbaum, Arthur A. 

Rosenbaum, Carl 

Rosenbaum, Selig 

Rosenbaum, TYm. 

Rosenberg, E. & R. 

Rosenberg, Seymour 

Rosenthal, Benj. 

Rosenthal, Herman 



Rosentlial, Jacob H. 
Rosenthal Mfg. Co. 
Rosenwassor, Harry 
Rossbach, Mrs. 

Leonora B. 
Rossin, Alfred S. 
Rothsclilld, Louis F. 
♦Rothscliild, Mrs. \Vm. 
Rubin, Edward 
Rubin, Saml. 
Sachs, Harry 
Sachs, Samuel 
Sachs, Mrs. Samuel 
Saks, Mrs. Isadore 
Salomon, Herbert 
♦♦Salomon, AVm. 
♦Samler, Louis 
Samuel, Mrs. Ralph 
Samuels, Donald L. 
Sanger, Isaac 
Scheuer, S. H. 
Scheyer, A. A. 
Schiff. Isaac 
♦♦Schiff, Jacob H. 
Schiff, Mrs. Jacob H. 
Schiff, Mortimer L. 
Schling, Max 
Schneider, Sam A. 
Schoenfeld, David 
Schoenfeld, Mrs. David 
Schoolherr, Mr. and 

Mrs. Morris 
Schram, Herman 
Schubart, Henry A. 
Schulte, Mrs. Jos. M. 
Schwab, Jacob W. 
Schwarzwald, Julius 
Seasongood, A. J. 
Seeberger, Mrs. L. 
♦Selig, Charles 
Seligman, Mrs. Dewitt J. 
Seligman, Mrs. I. N. 
Seligman, Jefferson 
Semel, Bernard 
Serphos, Norman 
Sessler, Mrs. B. 
Shiman, David 
Shrier, Samuel 
Sicher, Dudley D. 
Sidenberg, Alfred H. 
♦♦Sidenberg, G. 

Sidenberg, Mrs. Henry 
Sidenberg, Mr. and 

Mrs. Richard 
Silberstein, Abraham 
Silman, David 
Silverberg, Mrs. A. S. 
Silverberg, Arthur 
Simon, A. L. and L. L. 
Simon, Franklin 
Simon, Robert E. 
Simons, Isaac 
Singer, Saul 
Sisterhood of Temple 

Israel 
Slater, J. P. 
Sloane & Moller 
Sloman, Max 
Slomon, Sidney 
Sloss, A. M. 

Sohn, Oppenheimer & Co. 
Solomon, E. L. 
Sondheim, Max 
Sonn, Alfred W. 
Sonneborn, Moses S. 
Spellman, Louis E. 
Speyer, Edgar 
Spitz, Charles 



Springer, Miss Linda 
Starrett Bros. 
Stein, Mrs. G. 
Stein, Phelps Co. 
Stein, Sigiiuind 
Stein & Blaine 
Sterinberg, Jos. 
Sterinberg, Mrs. A. L. 
Steiner, Mrs. B. 
Steiner, David 
Steiner, Herbert E. 
Steiner, Jos. 
Steiner, Sam S. 
Steiner, Mrs. Sigfried 
Steinfeld, Waldo E. 
Stern, Albert 
Stern, Benjamin 
Stern, Carl W. 
Stern, I. Foster 
Stern, Mever 
Stern, N. J. 
Stern, S. Sidney 
Stern, Mrs. Wm. 
Stiefel, Mrs. Samuel 
Steglitz, Albert 
Strasburger, Irwin 
Strasser, W. W. 
Straus, Harry H. 
♦Straus, Lionel F. 
Straus-Miller, Inc. 
Straus, Percy S. 
Strauss, Charles 
Strauss, Dr. Israel 
Strauss, Leon W. 
Strauss, Martin 
Strauss, Mrs. Martin 
Strong, James R. 
Stroock, Bertram A. 
Stroock, Joseph 
Stroock, Mrs. Pauline S. 
Stroock, Sylvan I. 
Sulke, J. M. 
Sulzberger, Cyrus L. 
Sundelson, R. Wilner 
**Swaab, M. M., Jr. 
Swope, J. L. 
Sylvester, James 
Tekulsky, Louis 
Tidewater Rooilng Co. 
Toch. Mr. and Mrs. 

Henry M. 
Toch, Dr. Maximilian 
Tomkins Kiel Marble Co. 
Trager, J. Garfield 
Trevor, Anita Charendon 
Trounstine, John 
Trounstine, Lewis J. 
Uhry, Moise 
Ullmann, Mrs. .Julius L. 
Ulman, Miss Ruth 
linger, Mrs. Herman J. 
Unterberg, Clarence E. 
ITnterberg, Israel 
Van Raalte, Arthur 
Van Raalte, Miss 

Henrietta R. 
Veit, Bertram 
Vogelstein, Ludwig 
Vorhaus, Louis J. 
Wallach, Abraham 
Waller, Jerome 
Wallerstein, Dr. Max 
♦Warburg, Felix M. 
♦Warburg, Paul M. 
Watters, Mrs. Leon L. 
W^echsler, Saml. 
AVeehsler, Walter M. 
Weinman, Miss Bertha 



♦ Life member. 
♦♦ Deceased Life Member. 



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Weinstock. Louis 

Weiss, J. S. 

Werner, Rudolpii 

Werner, Tlieo. 
♦♦Wertlieim, Jacob 

Wertlieim, Mrs. Jacob 

West, Baker. & Co. 

Wiener, Joseph 

Wiener, Wm. 10. 

Wilson, Jerome J. 

Wimpfheimer, Chas. A. 

Wimpfheimer, 
Clarence A. 

Winburn, Jesse 

Winkler, Eli 

Witmark, Jay 

Wolf, I. S. 

Wolf, Ralph 

Wollman, Henry 
**Wollman, Morton 
*Wollman, Wm. J. 
**Woolf, Morris L. 

Workman. Meyer S. 

Worms, Miss Miriam 

Wormser, Moritz 

Tankauer, Alfred 

Tuckman, Jules 

Zeckendorf. Louis 

Zimmerman. Kaufman 

Zucker, Arthur A. 

Niagara Falls 

Oppenheim, Max M. 
♦Silberberg, 

Miss Bertha 
*Silbergberg Bros. 
♦Silberberg. Isaac L. 
Temple Beth-El 
Sisterhood 

Olean 

Marcus, H. W. 
Plattsburgh 

Beth Israel Sisterhood 

Rochester 

Adler, Isaac 
Adler, Mortimer 
Au_gust, Leo 
Bakrow, Mrs. J. J. 
Barth, Fred I. 
Benjamin, Morris H. 
Cauffman Family 
Cohen, Hyman J. 
Cohen, J., & Son Co. 
Cohn, Herman C. 
Cohn, Herman M. 
Peinstein & Potter 
Firestone, S. 
Forman, B. 
Frankel, Charles 
Frankel, Ezra 
Frankel, Louis 
Garson, Elmer J. 
Garson, Mrs. J. L. 
Goldman, David 
Goldman, Isadore 
Greenhouse, S. H. 
Guggenheim, Geo. C. 
Guggenheimer, H. L. 
Hart, Leo 

Heilbrunn, J., & Sons 
Hyman. Alfred H. 
Joffe, Isaac 

Katz. Mrs. Abraham J. 
Kirstein, Henry E. 
Kleinberger, Leon 



Klonick, Harry 
Leiter, Harry F. 
Levi, Herman 
Levy, H. I. 
♦♦Lowenthal, Max 
Lowenthal, 

Max, & Sons 
Mannheimer, Ike 
Marks and Abramson 
Metzger, Leon H. 
Meyers, Jacque L. 
Meyers, M. M. 
Meyers, Walter S. 
*Michaels, Joseph 
Miller, Wm. 
Keisner, J. M. 
Present, Emanuel 
Present, Morris 
Present, Philip 
Ring, S. L. 
Rosenberg, Edward 
Rosenberg, Mrs. Herman 
Rosenbloom. Mrs. Anna 
Savage, S. H. 
Simon, Mrs. Jos. 
Stein, Rudolph 
*Stein, Simon N. 
Stern, Chas. 
Stern, Henry M. 
Stern. Morley A. 
Strouse, D. E. 
Thalheimer, J. 
Weil, S. M. 
Wile, Julius M. 
Wile. Sol. 
Zerubbabel Lodge 53, 

I. O. B. B. 

Saranac Lake 

Feustman, Maurice M. 
Scarsdale 
Bloomingdale, Lewis M. 
Ravner, Mr. and Mrs. 
Wm. 

Schenectady 

Cohen Bros. 

Horwitz, Philip G. 

Nusbaum, Jos. 

Stern, Henry L. 

Federation for the Sup- 
port of Jewish Phil- 
anthropies 

Holstein, A. M. 

Tarryto^vn 

Halle, Mrs. Jacques S. 
Troy 

United Hebrew Charities 
Watertown 

Ellis, H. 
White Plains 

Council Jewish Women 

Dreyer, Saml. A. 

Jacobs & Rabinowitz 

Jacobson, David 

Lowenstein, Gus. 

Woodmere 

Heller, Mr. and 

Mrs. I. S. 
Lauterstein, Mrs. Leon 

Yonkers 

Wronker, Lester 



NORTH CAROLINA 

Asheville 

Argentar, Sendar 
Fater, D. H. 
Finkelstein, H. L. 
Lipinsky, Louis 
Llpinsky, Morris 
Lowenbein, Julius 
Meyers, Morris M. 
Michalove, S. H. 
Sterne, Marcus, Jr. 

Charlotte 

Perry, N. B. 
Durham 

Dworsky, S. W. 
Friedman, S. 
Hockfield. S. H. 
Levy, N. D. 
Rosenberg, L. 
Sawilowsky, Chas. 
Seher, M. 
Sickel. M. & B. 
Stadium. L. 
Wilson Bros. 
Zuckerman, .1. L. 
Zuckerman, Solomon 

Gibsonville 
Cone, Clarence X. 

Goldsboro 

Heilig, W. A. 
Joseph, A. A. 
Margolas, Mrs. C. 
Meyers, J. M. 
Rosenthal, Mrs. .Tos. 
Shrago, A. M., & Sons 
♦Weil, Mrs. Henry 
Weil, Lionel 
Weil, Weslie 

Greensboro 

Cohen, Ned W. 

Cone, BenJ. 

Cone, Bernard M. 

Cone, Mrs. Ceasar 

Cone, Herman 

Cone, Julius W. 

Fleisher, Harry 

Goldstein, .T. 

Isaacson. M. 

Kaplan. Mrs. A. W. 

Klein, Mrs. Jos. 

Marks, Benj. 

Marks, Harry 

Marks, Louis 
■ Saslow, B. G. 

Schiffman, A. 

Schiffman Jewelry Co. 

Stadiem, Mrs. B. 

Stadium, Morris 

Stern, S. J. 
**Sternberger. Mrs. E. 

Sternberger, M. 

Sternberger, Sigmond 

Wagner, Chas. L. 

Hendersonville 

Brenner, N. 
Covley Bros. 
Kalin, Sam 
Patterson, H. 
Shearman, Lewis 



* Life member. 
** Deceased Life Member. 



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53 



High Point 

Bernard, A. 
Doctor, Harry 
London, J. 
Rabinowitz, S. 
Rones, Max 
Samat, Mrs. Max 
Schwartz, I. 
Sbavitz, Sam 
Silver, N. H. 
S-wartzberg, Mrs. M. B. 
Wagger, R. J. 
AYagger, Mrs. Sara 

Kinston 

Adler Bros. 
Foxman. Ben 
Oettinger Bros. 
Pearson, A. L. 
Pearson, Harry 
Plisco, J. 
Stadiem. H. 
Vatz, J. 

Xew Bern 

Blocb, A. 
Colien, H. 
Cohn, Leon 
Goldman, M. 
Gottlieb, M. 
Howard, Philip 
Jacobs, M. S. 
Lipman, Harry 
Lipman, Joe 
Lipman, S. 
Lipman. S., & Son 
Susbin, M. 

Raleigh 

Cohen. Mrs. Louis 
Dworsky, M. 
Ellisberg, J. 

Fineberg. Rabbi Howard 
Friedman, I. 
Horowitz, P. 
Kamsler, B. 
Kaplan. Dave 

Kohn, C. 

Lazarus, G. 

Levine. Mrs. L. 

Rosenthal, Herbert 

Rosenthal. Jerome 

Samuels, Levi 

Samuels, Louis 

Seligson. Mrs. Annie 

Thorn, A. 

Thorn, M. 

Statesville 

Gordon. Louis 
Hoffman, Mrs. J. H. 
Spiro, L. 

Temple Sisterhood 
Wallace, Gordon 
Wallace, Herman 
Wallace, Isidore 
Wallace. Sig. 
Wallace, Wm. 

Wilmington 

Bear. Samuel, Sr., & 

Sons 
Berger, Sam 
Bloch, Wm. 
Bluethenthal, Herbert 
Bluethenthal, Mrs. 

Herbert 
Dannenbaum, G. 



Finkelstein, Chas. 

Freedland, M. 

Hahn, Mrs. Fannie B. 

Jacobi. David & Nathan 

Jaffe, H. 

Kingoff, Ben 

Kosch, Alex. 

Simon, A. 

Solomon, B. 

Stein, L. 

Warshauer, Max 

Winston-Salem 
Cohen, H. L. 
Cohen, M. S. 
Cohn, A. 
Ecker, S. 
Bisenberg, I. 
Horwitz, M. 
Katzin, E. 
Radin, G. 
Schwartz, B. 
Shapiro, A. 

Simowitz, L. 

Sklut, M. 

Sosnik, Chas. 

Sosnik, N. 

Sosnik & Sosnik 

Teichman, M. 

Trachtenberg, M. 

Trachtenberg, S. 

Wainer, M. A. 

Young, J. L. 

NORTH DAKOTA 

Fargo 

Stern. Sam 
Jamestown 

Beck, Morris 

OHIO 
Akron 

Bear, M. 
Bernstein, M. A. 
Cohen, Nate 
Council Jewish Women 
Federman Co. 
Federman, L. G. 
Ferbstein, H. 
Gibans, Mrs. M. J. 
Goldsmith, Sol. M. 
Jewish Social Service 

Federation 
Leopold, H. E. 
Loeb, Louis 
Morgenroth, Dr. S. 
Nobil, M. 
Ostrov, Louis 
Tuholske, Dr. M. C. 
Wiener, B. H. 

Ashtabula 

Temple Sisterhood 

Bellalre 

Frank, W. H. 
Kapner, Thos. 
Kapner, Ben 
Ladies' Auxiliary Soc 
Ladies' B'nai B'rith 

Auxiliary 
Mayer, Mr. and Mrs. 

Alfred 
Sons of Israel 

Congregation 
Weizer, Mrs. Wm. 



Canton 

Erlanger Dry Goods Co. 
Erlanger, Wm. B., Jr. 
Feldman, Jonas 
Grossman, Marcus A. 
Kaven, Louis 
Lavin, Harry, & Son 
Lefkovitz, I. 
Mann, Harry S. 
Mann, Henry 
Mann, Lawrence S. 
Mann, Phil. 
McKinley Ave. Temple 
Sisterhood 

Oscar, A. L. 

Sachs, M. M. 

Seitner, D. 

Stern, Karl P. 

Toronski, Sol. 

United Iron & Metal Co. 

Weintraub, Chas. S. 

Cincinnati 

Abraham, Chas. 
Abraham. Mrs. Victor 
Aeh, F. J. 
Ach, Samuel 
Adler, Ferd. 
Beckman, N. Henry 
Berman, Adolph 
Berman, Oscar 
Bernard, J. L. 
Bettman, Irwin M. 
Bing, Ben M. 
Bloch, Herbert R. 
Block, Jos. E. 
♦Block, Samuel 
Cohen, Abraham E. 
Cohen, Alfred M. 
Cowen, Wm. C. 
Cronbach, Dr. Abraham 
District Grand Lodge 2, 

I. O. B. B. 
Eichberg, Harry 
Englander, I. 
Erman, Jos. 
♦Fechheimer, S. Marcus 
Fechheimer, S. T. 
Feibelman. Mrs. Rose 
Feldman, Leo M. 
Fox, Mrs. Sol. 
Frank, Edw. L. 
Freiberg, Dr. Albert H. 
Freiberg, Bernhard 
Freiberg, Harry A. 
Freiberg, J. Arthur 
Freiberg, Maurice J. 
Freiberg, Sidney J. 
Freiberg, Sigmimd 
Friedlander, Alfred J. 
Friedlander, Edgar 
Goldsmith, Edgar J. 
Goldsmith, Hugo 
Goldsmith, Mrs. Hugo 
Gugenheim, Max M. 
Guggenheim, Eli 
Guthman, F. B. 
**Heinsheimer, Edward L. 
Heldman, Jacob 
y Heldman, Morton J. 

Heldman. N. J. 
Henry, George 
Hessberg. Mrs. Daniel 
Hilb & Bauer 
Huttenbauer, Emil 
Huttenbauer, Sam 
Iglauer, Chas. S. 



* Life member. 
** Deceased Life Member. 



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Isaac, Morris, & Co. 

Israel, Chas. 

.Tonap, Alfred M. 
♦Joseph, Mr. and Mrs. 
Arthur 

.Toseph, Jacob 

Joseph, Leopold 
♦Joseph, Maurice 

Joseph, Mrs. Minnie B. 

Kahn, E., Sons Co. 

Kahu. Nathan 

Kaufman, Lee 

Klein, Ben F. 
**Klcin. Samuel 

Korlitz, A. 

Krobn. Irwin M. 

Lazarus, Joseph 

Lazarus, Louis 

Leonard Tailoring Co. 
♦Levy, Harry M. 

Lichtenstein Bros. 

Liebman, Al. .T. 

Liebman, D. L. 

Livingston, H. S. 

Lowe, Joseph 
*Lowman. Leo J. 

Macl^, Jacob W. 

Mack. Millard W. 

Mahler, E. 

Marks, Harry A. 

Maries, Leslie V. 

Marx. Mrs. Millie K. 

May, Chas. B. 

Mayer. Emil M. 
*Meis, Henry 

Meiss, Harry 

Meiss, Leon 

Merer, Jos. L. 

Miller, Mrs. E. L. 

Miller, I. L. 

Mills, Sidney F. 
, Minces. H. 

Mitchell, Lester 

Moskowitz Bros. 

Myers, Abe 

Oettinger, Herbert C. 

Oettinger, Mrs. Myer 

Orton, J. Robert 

Phillips. Godfrey J. 

Plant. Aaron 

Pollak, Emil 

Pritz, Carl B. 

Pritz, Sidney E. 
*ReiTer, A. 

Rheinstrom, James A. 

Rockdale Avenue Temple 
Sisterhood 

Rosenberg, A. 

Rosenberg, David 

Rosenberg, M. 

Rosenberg, Max 

Rosenthal, Chas. H. 

Rosenthal, Samuel 

Rothschild, Lester 

Rothstein, Ben 

Rouda, L. M. 
**Sachs, Mrs. Rosa F. 

Salzer. Clarence M. 

Samuels, Mrs. Seymour 

Schwab, M. 

Schwartz, G. 

Seasongood, Mrs. Alfred 

Seasongood, Murray 

Seasongood, Philip L. 
*Seinsheimer, Mrs. 
Henry A. 

Seinsheimer, Mrs. Saml. 

Seinsheimer, Walter 



Senior, Edward 
Senior, Robert M. 
Shohl, Chas. 
Simon, S. 
Smith, Mrs. J. J. 
Springer, Dr. Alfred 
Stein, Hugo 
Stern, Max 
Stern, Wm., in 

memoriam 
Straus, Alfred I. 
Straus, David 
Straus, Isaac S. 
Straus, Stanley M. 
Strauss, Morris 
**Sturm, Simon 
Trager, I. Newton 
Trounstine, Victor 
Westheimer, David F. 
Westheimer, Leo F. 
Wolfstein, Jesse N. 
Wyler, Mrs. Isaac A. 

Cleveland 

Abrams, Louis 
Affelder, H. F. 
Anisfield, John 
Arnold, B. 
Baker, B. M. 
Bamberger, Gus 
Bamberger-Reinthal Co. 
Bamberger, Sigmund 
Baumoel, Morris 
Bayer, W. S. 
Beckerman. Henry A. 
Berne, H. C. 
Berne, Marx 
Bernstein, Alex. 
Bernstein, Maurice 
Bialosky, A. J. 
Bialosky, Harry 
Bialosky, Isaac 
Bialosky, S. J. 
Bing, Mrs. Louis S. 
Bing, Louis S., Jr. 
Bloom, A. J. 
Blywise, B. H. 
Brock, J. L. 
Brown, M. V. 
Cohen, Wm. B. 
Cornsweet, Nate R. 
Cuyahoga Picture & 

Lamp Co. 
Dauby, N. L. 
Daughters of Israel 

Lodge No. 1 
Deutsch, A. S. 
Deutsch, Harold 
Deutsch, .Julius W. 
Deutsch, Raymond 
Dworken, M. 
Ed-Lee Headwear 
Einstein, Mrs. Jacob L. 
Eisenman, Mrs. Chas. 
Englander, A. L. 
Felber, T. L. 
Fishel, Max S. 
Forchheimer, B. 
Freiberger, I. F. 
Friedman, A. 
Friedman-Blau-Farber 

Co. 
Friedman Bros. & Co. 
Friedman, Herman 
Friedman, Est. of Jacob 
Friedman. Max 
Fryer, Julius 
Gardner, Maurice M. 



Click, Harry F. 

Click, Mrs. Jacob 

Goldhamer, S. 

Goldsmith, Clarence I. 

Goldsmith, Herman S. 

Goldstein, Mrs. M. L. 

Goodman, Louis 

Goodman, Max P. 

Goodman, Nathan N. 

Gordon, S. 

Gottidiener, H. 

Goulder, H. G. 

Green-Hass-Schwartz 
Co. 

Green, I. H. 

Greenbaum, Wm. 

Gross, Anton F. 

Gross, J. S. 

Gross, Louis N. 

Gross, Saml. 
♦Gross, Sam M. 

Grossman, Louis J. 

Haas, B. B. 

Haas, M. S. 

Haber, Ben 

Haber, Moe W. 

Hahn, Aaron 
*Halle. Eugene S. 

Halle, J. M. 
**Halle, Mrs. Manuel 

Halle, Morris N. 

Halle, Salmon P. 

Halle, Will S. 

Harburger, Ralph 

Hart, David 

Hays, Clarence J. 

Hays, Mrs. David 

Hexter, Kaufman W. 

Hexter, S. M. 

Icove, V. B. 

Iglauer, Jay 

Joseph, Isaac 

Kammer, Jos. 

Kane, L. J. 

Kangesser, H. A. 

Kaplan, Robt; H. 

Kastriner, M. W. 

Kaufman. Louis J. 

Klefeld, Julius 

Klein, Louis 

Kleinman, S. H. 

Klivans, Allen 

Klivans, Lewis O. 

Klopper Bros. 

Koblitz, Harry D. 

Kohn, Mrs. Carrie 

Kohn, Herrman 

Kohn, Richard H. 

Kohn, S., & Sons 
. Korach, Joseph 

Korach, Sigmund 

Krause, Henry H., Co. 

Kyman Bros. Co. 

Levi, Max 

Liebenthal. Mrs. Melville 

Loeser, Nathan 

Lowenstein, Ben 

Mandelbaum, B. 

Marks, H. A. 

Marks. Mrs. Martin A. 

Maschke, Maurice 

Mautner, I. 

Miller, Chas. S. 

Miller, J. H. 

Miller. Morris 

Miller. Myer H. 

Miller, Sam 

Modern Tailoring Co. 



* Life member. 
** Deceased Life Member. 




RETUKXING FROM A DAY IN THE FIELDS 




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55 



Moss, Herman 

Myers, Max 

New, Mrs. Harry 

Newbury, E. N. 

Ozer, Max M. 
♦Peskind, Dr. Arnold 
♦Peskind, Dr. I'.en 
*Peskind, Dr. Samncl 
♦Peskind, Sol. 

Pollock, Julius 

Polster, D. A. 

Ratslieskv. Mr. and Mrs. 
Max A. 
*Reed, Milton E. 

Regar, Joseph 

Regar, Nathan 

Reinthal. Sol. 

Rich, Lawrence M. 

Rich, N. J. 

Richman Bros. 

Rlchman, Chas. L. 

Richman, H. C. 

Richman, N. G. 

Rohrheimer, Mrs. Belle 

Rohrheimer, Maurice 

Rosen, Herman 

Rosenblatt, Est. of Chas. 

Rosenfeld. Mrs. Lina 

Rosenfeld, M. C. 

Rosenfeld, Mrs. Ralph 

Rotter, Mrs. A. 

Rotter, David L. 

Runner, Sam 

Sands, Garry 

Schaffner, Leon 

Schaffner, Morris G. 

Schaffner, Nate 

Schwartz, E. E. 
*Schwarzenberg. E. A. 

Selman, Herman 

Shanman, M. D. 

Shaw_, A. 

Shlesinger, H. 

Sicherman. Geo. 

Silber. J. S. 

Silberberg- Bros. 

Silver, Ben 
♦Silver, Mrs. M. T. 
♦Simon, Harry 

Simon, M. & D. 

Sinek, H. L. 

Sisser, A. 

Skall, A. H. 

Skall, David G. 

Slutzker, M. 

Solomon, Jesse F. 

Speer, M. 

Spira, Henry 

Stearn, Louis 

Stern, A. L. 

Stone, Beni. H. 

Stone, D. B. 

Stone, Harry J. 

Stone, I. N. 

Stone, M. C. 

Stone, Walter E. 

Stotter, Dr. Henry B. 

♦Sunshine, C. K. 

Sunshine, Mrs. C. K. 

Swirskv Bros. 
Treuhaft. Wm. C. 
Tronstein, E. & R. 

Ulmer & Berne 

Urbansky. T. 

"Wagner, J. 
Weil, B. S. 
Weil, Samuel D. 
Weinberger, I. 



Weingert & Bernstein 
Weiskopf, J., & Son 
Weitz, J. D. 
Wilson, S. E. 
♦Wise, Samuel D. 
Wise, V. L. 
Wolf, Eugene E. 
Wolpaw, Jacob 

Columbus 

♦B'nai Israel Sisterhood 
Herzberg, Max L. 
Jewish Welfare 
Federation 
♦♦Lazarus, Fred 
♦Lazarus, Mrs. Fred 
Lazarus, Jeffry 
♦Lazarus, Ralph 

Luchs, Albert 

♦Miller, Leopold 

Schonthal, Jos. 

♦Zion Lodge 62, 

I. O. B. B. 

Dayton 

Council Jewish Women 
Daneman, Mrs. Jacob 
Daneman, Mrs. Saml. 
Frankel, Mandel, 

Estate 
Frankel, Max 
Jacobs, Harry J. 
Jacobs, Jesse 
Jewish Federation for 

Social Service 
Lehman, G., <& Sons 
LeMontree, N. L. 
Margolis, J. H. 
Margolis, 

Mrs. Mildred B. 
Rauh, Elmer 
Stein, B. C. 

Delaware 

Greenberg-Miller Co. 

East Liverpool 

B'nai Israel Sisterhood 
Erlanger, Wm., Jr. 

Elyria 

Becker, M. 
Berson, F. 
Cooper, L. 
Evenchick. J. 
Goldstein, M. 
Schultz, P. H. 

Fremont 

Temple Sisterhood 

Hamilton 

Berezin, A. 
Hornstein, Max 
Kahn, Albert M. 
Kahn, Bertrand B. 
Kahn, David F. 
Kahn, Lucian L. 
Kahn, Myron D. 
Strauss, H. 
Strauss, Max 
Temple Sisterhood 
Wolf, Jos. 
Wolf, Wm. J. 

Marion 

Council Jewish Women 



Massillon 

Bloomberg, H. A. 

Newton Falls 

Weiss, Adolf 
Piqua 

Anshe Emeth Cong. 
Louis, Raphael 
Louis, Rose 
Piqua Paper Box Co. 
Temple Sisterhood 
Wolf, Mrs. Sette 

Sandusky 

Byer, J. 
Cohn, Jay 

Springfield 

Council Jewish Women 
Jaffa, S. J. 
Kleeman, Max L. 
Kleeman, Walter B. 
Krauss, David 
LeBolt, Mrs. Gus. 
Salzer, Gus M., & Bro. 
Sanders, M. N. 

Steubenville 

lola. Rabbi H. A. 
Snlzbacher, Isidor 

Toledo 

Ackerman, Phil 
Basch. Sylvain L. 
Baer, C. T. 
Benowitz, J. 
Billstein, Alfred 
Calisch, Sol. H. 
Ciralsky, Wm. 
Cohen. Sol. R. 
Cohn, Judge A. B. 
Collingswood Avenue 

Temple 
Davis, J. 

Dreyfus, Mrs. Morris 
Edelstein, Sol. 
Fain, Ben 
Farber, J. Eugene 
Frank, Irving S. 
Prank & Messer 
Geleerd, Myer 
Gerson, I.. & Sons Co. 
Green, B. M. 
Hallen, J. 
Hausman, Isaac 
Hirsch, Harry 
Hirsch, Henry 
• Kasle Iron Co. 

Kobacher, Jerome M. 
Kobacker, Jos. I. 
Kobaeker. Morris 
Krause, E. N. 
Landman, Dr. Otto 
Lempert, M. H. 
Levison, Harry 
Marks, Em 11 
Mastow, S. 
Miller, Wm. A. 
Mittenthal. Mrs. 

Jennie D. 
Moorse-Shields Co. 
Morgan, David 
Nathanson, Sam 
Netzorg. L. Z. 
Rauch, S. M. 
Reuben Estate Co. 
Ringold, J. 



♦ Life member. 
♦♦ Deceased Life Member. 



56 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Rosengarten, Walter 
Sanger, Sigmond 
Sbomer, Emunim 
Sabbath School 
Silverman, Isidor 
Smith, Oscar J. 
Stein, S. B. 
Steinem, Jos. 
Treuhaft, M. E. 
Weil, Sam 
Zackhauser, J. 



Adler, A. 
Calvin Shoe Co. 
Childs, Morris 
Faarberg, D. 
Gordon, Sam 
Isserow, G. 
Kasten, J. 
Knofsky, Abe 
Knofsky, H. 
Lavine, J. E. 
Leopold, A. 
Levy, Sam 
Robins, Daniel 
Rosenberg, M. S. 
Rubenson, H. 
Shultz, S. 
Soddle, Burt 
Whitman, Gus 
Wolkoff, H. 
Zola, A. 

Yoiing-stown 

Adler, Sam 
Altschuler, O. H. 
Bachman, Lee J. 
Bachman, Dr. M. H. 
Belkin, Sam 
Bernstein, Mrs. B. H. 
Block Candy Co. 
Bloom, Chas. 
Bloom-Rosenblum- 

Klein Co. 
Brody Bros. 
Brown, Philip P. 
Bunshaft, Jacob 
Cahn, Ralph N. 
Cosel, Wm. 
Darsky, N. 
Davidow, Dr. S. H. 
Ditts Credit Co. 
Dreyfus, Marcel 
Bhrefeld, Chas. 
Ephraim, Charles 
Finkel, Jos. 
Frankle, Mrs. A. M. 
Frankle, M. 
Freeman, I. 
Friedman, Henry 
Friedman, Jos. 
Friedman, Louis 
Friedman, M. B. 
Friedman, Sam 
Gerstle, Roy A. 
Goldberg, Abe 
Goldberg Bros., Inc. 
Goldstein, David M. 
Goldstein, Henry 
Goldstein, Max 
Goodman Bros. 
Grosshandler, N. 
Grossman, J. 
Guthman, Mrs. Leo 
Guthman, Seymour 
Hain, Max 
Hansburg, Max 



Harr, Aron 
Hartzell, Edgar M. 
Hartzell, Herbert R. 
Hartzell, Isaac 
Hartzell, Nate M. 
Hartzell, Mrs. Nathan M. 
Hartzell, Dr. Sol. M. 
Hirsh, Sam 
Hirshberg, B. 
Independent Towel Co. 
IsrofE, Geo. 
Kahn, Julius 
Kamenetzky, A. 
Katz, Herman 
Klivans, Isadore 
Klivans, Jacob 
Knight & Gluck 
Levinson, Harry 
Lieberman, A. 
Lippman, F. D. 
Lipsher, Morris 
Livingston, Chas., Sons 
Lustig, Bert 
Mahoning Lodge 339, 

I. O. B. B. 
Malkin, Dr. B. 
Marks, Max A. 
Marks, N. H. 
Meyer, I. Harry 
Meyer, Jerold S. 
Meyer, Dr. Nate N. 
Moyer, Morris 
Netzorg, Leo 
Oppenheimer, Jacob 
Ozersky Bros. 
Ozersky, Lena 
Pollock, Monroe 
Printz, Bert H. 
Pupkin, L. 
Randall, J. A. 
Regenstreich, L. 
Ritter, Herman C. 
Rosenbaum, Lee 
Rosenbaum, M. J. 
Rosenfeld, Dr. Jos. 
Roth, Benj. F. 
Rhuban, A. 
Scheibel, Morris 
Schwebel, Dora 
Sedwitz, Dr. S. H. 
Shermer, David 
Shermer, Frank 
Sniderman Bros. 
Speck, Dr. M. H. 
Spero, Harold 
Spero, Harry 
Squires, M. 
Steiner, David 
Steiner, M. L. 
Strouss, Clarence J. 
♦♦Theobald, Mrs. C. 
linger Bros. 
Waldman & Son 
Weil, Mrs. I. S. 
Witlow, M. J. 
Yarmy, S. J. 
Youngstown Benev. 
Association 

Zanesville 

Rose, A. V. 
Starr, A. B., Co. 
Weber, H., Sons & Co. 

OKLAHOMA 

Ardmore 

Westheimer & Daube 



Bartlesville 

May Bros, 
Blackwell 

Associated Jewish 
Charities 

Colgate 

Vogel, I., & Sons 
McAlester 

Council Jewish Women 
Oklahoma City 

Engelsman, A. D. 
Herskowitz, 

Estate of Max 
Hoffman, H. R. 
Jewish Ladies' Aid 

Society 
Levy, I. B. 
Schonwald, Dave 
Wolff, D. (in memoriam) 

Perry 

Lobsitz, James 
Sapulpa 

Katz, A. J. 
Tulsa 

Council Jewish Women 
Jankowsky, Simon 
May Bros. 

OREGON 

Portland 

Berg, Chas. F. 
Berkowitz, Henry J. 
Beth Israel Sisterhood 
Portland Lodge 65, 
I. O. B. B. 
♦Selling, Ben 
Shemanski, Joseph 
Simon, Jos. 
Stern, Leopold M. 
Swett, Z. 
Winter, M. M. 

PENNSYLVANIA 

AUentown 

Becker, Nathan 

Block, Harry C. 

Brone, S. S. 

Butz, Reuben J. 

Cohen, Abraham 

Friedman Bros. 

Gaiman, J. 

Gangewere, W. H. 
♦Groman, 

Judge Clinton A. 

Heinz, Frank 

Herrman, S. M. 
♦♦Hess, Max 

Hoffman, Solomon 

Judas, Jacob 

Keneseth Israel 
Religious School 

Kins, David 
♦Kline, Chas. 
♦Kline, Mrs. Chas. 

Leonard, Joseph 
♦Philips, Isaac 

Potruck, Aaron 

Rockmaker, A. 

Rockmaker, H. 



♦ Life member, 
♦* Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



57 



Royal Mfg. Co. 
Royal Wholesale Co. 
Samuels, Mrs. A. 
Schwartz, Michael 
Sisterhood of 

Keneseth Israel 
Trexler, Gen. H. C. 
Tuchler Bros. 
YouDg, Col. E. M. 

Altoona 

♦Cohn, B. 
Federation of Jewish 

Philanthropies 
Scheeline, Isaiah 
Silverman Bros. 

Ardinore 

Rossmassler, 
Mrs. Richard 

Bangor 

Flory Milling Co. 
Beaver Falls 
Mann, Chas. 
Markson, Harry M. 
Solomon, Moses 

Bellefonte 

Landsy, M. A. 
Bethlehem 

Bass, Tom 
Beilin, J. G. 
Black, Morris 
Coleman, H., & Sons 
Goodman, Harry M. 
Hartman, John 
Refowich, A. 
Silberstein, Isidor 
Silverberg & Goldberg 
Stone, Frank 

Bloomsburg: 

Lowenberg, D. 

Bradford 

Council Jewish Women 
Fischer, A. L. 
Kreinson, Louis J. 
Siff, Samuel 

Brookllne 

Lichtenberg, Chester 

Bryn Mawr 

Dale, Mrs. Edw. C. 
Butler 
Berman, M. A. 
Council Jewish Women 
Horwitz, Wm. 

Carbondale 

Berg, Martin 
Golden, Dr. Barnett 
Rosenbluth, Jos. 

- Carlisle 

Berg, Miss Selma 
Kronenberg's, S., Sons 

Chester 

Adelman, S. H. 
Levy, Archie 
Levy, Moses 
Penn Ice Works 
Sharpe, Dr. A, M. 



Tollin, Frank 
Turk, Simon 
Wolson, A. W. 

Clymer 

Levinson, Harry 
Coatesville 

Apfelbaum, A. 
Aronsohn, Benj. 
Braunstein, Anna S. 
Chertok, Myer 
Foreman, I. S. 
Goldberg, I. 
Huston, Chas. L. 
Margolis, Marcus 
Margolls, Dr. Michael 
Margolis, Morris 
Schaul, Philip 
Spiro, Sam J. 
Spitz, Harry 
Stark, Harry 
Suckle, A. M. 
Weiss, Benj. 
Weiss, Philip B. 

Connellsville 

Aaron, M. 
Daniels, Abe I. 
Horewitz, I. L. 
Oppenheim, S. D. 

Conshohocken 

Wood, Miss Marion B. 
Danville 

Marks, R. L. 
Donor a 

Hirsch, Harry 

Doylestown 

*Bailey, John S. 
♦Bailey, L. W. F. 

Geil, Mrs. W. E. 
♦Rosenberger, H. B. 

Willard, .G. B. 

Easton 

Bergstein, A. E. 

Bricker, W. R. 

Brown, Julius 

Bugen, A. 

Cohen, I. 

Cohn, Harry L. 

Epstein, Wm. 

Feinberg, Jacob 

Goldman, Harry 

Goldman, I. 

Grollman Bros. 

Harvey, H. G. 
♦Hochman, I. B. 

Kahn, Mrs. Emanuel 

Kaplan, Max J. 
♦Kline, Julius 

Krohn, Herman 

Levin, Fred 

Lipschitz & Peters 

Mayer, B. D. 

Mayer, Horace 
♦Mayer, Jacob 

Prince, Matthew 

Ralph Bros. 

Ralph, Herman 

Ralph, Louis M. 

Rosenbaum, Mrs. Leo 

Rosenbaum, Leo 

Sherer, Moses 



Sherer, S. 
Sisterhood Temple 
Covenant of Peace 

Elkins Park 

Bayuk, Mrs. Meyer 
Silverman, Mrs. Chas. 

!Bphrata 

Harris, Jos. S. 



Cohen, Marcus 
Heiman, Abe 
Levin, Julius L. 
Levy, Martin D. 
Michel, Julius 
Morris, A. 
Ostrow, Saml. D. 
Schaffner, Morris 
Schuster, A. J. 
Silin, Nathan 
Simon, Mrs. Isadore 
Sisterhood of West 8th 

St. Temple 
Sobel, Isador 
Straus, M. J. 
Weil, Leo A. 
Zacks, Jacob H. 

Farm School 

♦♦Rudisch, Julius 

Ford City 

Greenbaum, Abe 
Greensburg: 

Daniels & Miller 
Davis, Simon 
Kahanowitz, I. 
Kahanowitz, Wm. M. 
Quint, Joseph 
Rose, S. W. 

Harrisburg 

Commonwealth of 

Pennsylvania 
Federation of Jewish 

Philanthropies 
Kaufman, David 
Miller & Kades 
Ohev Sholom Temple 

Sisterhood 
Schleisner, Mrs. Wm. B. 
Schondorf, Morris 

Haverford 

Pharo, Mrs. Walter W, 
Williams, Mrs. Chas. 

Hazelton 

Dessen, Dr. L. A. 
Friedlander, M. 
Gundling, J. D. 
Hecht, Norman 
Hyman, Julius 
Hyman, Leon R. 
Kline, Louis 
Leichtman, Calvin 
Markman, Henry K. 
Mason, Chas. A. 
Roman, Louis 
Sisterhood Beth 
Israel Temple 

Irwin 

Council Jewish Women 
Jenkintown 

Silberman, Nathan 



♦ Life member. 
♦* Deceased Life Member. 



58 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Johnstown 

Berney Bros. 
Coben. Lipman L. 
Finkelson, Max 
Glosser Bros. 
Kline, David 
Levy. Seeley M. 
Nathan. Mrs. Morris 
Rodstein. J. 
Rothstein, Mrs. Eda 
Silverstone, Harry 
Silberstone. Sevmour S. 
U. S. Trust Co. 

Kingston 

Levy, Reuben H. 
Kittanning- 

Einstein, Jacob R. 
Josepli. Mrs. Betty 

L,ancaster 

Cong. Shaarai 

Sbomavim 
Granat, Robert M. 
Organized Jewish 

Cliarities 
Rosenthal, M. 
Weill, Henry 

Langhorne 

**Branson, I. L. 

Lansdale 

Xeibnrs 



S. 



Latrobe 

Lovs'enstein. Fred 
Miller & Bigg 

Lebanon 

Berkov. Saml. 
Berks Furniture Co. 
Caplan. Julius H. 
Coons. Albert 
Henrich, Gustav 
Levitz, Sol. 
Samler, Louis 

Lehigrhton 

Cohen. Wm. 
Rauscher, Emanuel 
Rauseher, Josephine 
(in memoriam) 

LewistOTvn 

Cohen, Hyman J. 
Dates, Louis 

Lock Haven 

Claster, Morris L. 

Coploff, Leo 

Council .Jewish Women 

Hecht, Edward 

Keiner, Wm. 

Raff, Mrs. Louis L. 

Mahanoy City 

Lefkowith, Mrs. Gerda 
Ruby, Morris 
Trier Bros. 

McKeesport 

Friedman, Henry 
McKeesport Paint & 

Hdw. Co. 
Ruben, Joseph H. 
Simon. A. M. 
Weil, A. J. 



Mechanicsburg 

Jacobson, A. S. 

(in memoriam) 
Jacobson, D. R. 

Merion 

Fisher, Eleanor Xeilson 
Mifflintown 

Meyers, Ferd 
Milton 

Berman, Aaron 
Dreifus, Mrs. Regina 
Dreifus, Wolf 
Hecht, Eugene 
Levitan, J. 

Minersville 

Cohen, B. and I. 
Oberson, Harry 

Monessen 

Safier, Jos. 
Mt. Carmel 

Council Jewish Women 
Grossman, Mrs. Bertha 

Xanticoke 

Cimmet, Harry 
Gordon, A. E. 
Levy, Lew 

Xew Castle 

Kaplan, Dr. E. 
Levine, Abe 

>'ew Kensington 
Wilson, J. H. 

>'orristo^vn 

Block, B. E. 
Bloch, Simon E. 
Mann, Aaron 
Mann, Harry 
Sablosky, A. , 

Northumberland 

Schwartz Bros. 
Oil City 

Westheimer, Mrs. 
Emanuel 

Philadelphia 

Abbott, Miss Gertrude 

Allman, Herbert D. 

Anninsman, Mrs. Emma 

Barmach, A. 

Barnes, Ira W. 

Bayard, M. L. 

Baylson, Isidore 

Beez, Mr. and Mrs. A. 

Behring, Mr. and 
Mrs. Frank D. 

Behring. M. and 
Mrs. Geo. C. 

Belber. Aaron S. 

Berg. Mrs. Martin 

Berger, David 

Berkowitz, Mrs. Albert 

Berkowitz, Mrs. Henry 

Berkowitz, Leon L. 

Bernstein, Mrs. Morris 
*Betz & Son 

Binenstock, Jos. 

Bloch, Arthur 
*Bloch, B. B. 



**Bloch, Simon L. 

Block, Leon 
**Blum, Ralph 

Blumenthal, Harold B. 
♦Blumenthal, Hart 
**Blumenthal, Herman 
**Blumentha], Sol. 

Bodek, Wm. 

Bortin, David 

Bracken, Francis B. 

Brengle, Henry C. 

Bromley, Joseph H. 

Brown. .1. Howard, & Co. 

Burd, Louis A. 

Burk, Henry 

Burk, Louis 

Burns, Albert E. 

Burpee, David 

Burstein, Harry 
*Bvers. .Jos. J. 

Calwell, Chas. S. 

Cancelmo, Thos. C, Est. 

Cantor. David S. 

Cass, Philip. & Co. 

Cassett, L. N. 

Clark. Percy H. 
**Clothier, Isaac H. 

Cohen, Miss Alice 

Cohn, Mrs. Dora 
*Collins, Henry H. 

Conway, Leo I. S. 

Cooper, Walter I. 

Corrugated Container Co. 

Dannenbaum, 
Mrs. Harry M. 

Delaney & Co. 

Derbyshire Bros. 

Doyle, Bartley J. 

Doyle. Francis J. 

Dreifus, Harry 

Dreifus, Milton 

Dryfoos, Sol. 

Dunlap Printing Co. 

Emlen. Dorothea 

Spstein, Mrs. Edward 

Farrell, .James E. 

Federation of Jewish 
Charities 

Fisher, Thomas 

Fitzpatrick. A. L. 
*Fleisher, Mrs. Martha S. 
*Fleishman, Morris 

Fleishman, Mrs. S. L. 

Fliegelman, Harry 

Ford. Mrs. Bruce 

Fox, Adolph 

Frankel. A. A. 

Priedheim, Mrs. Saml. 

Fuguet. Howard 

Garretson, Mrs. M. 

Gaul, Derr & Shearer Co. 

Ginsburg, .Jacob 

Goff, Mrs. Isaac 

Goldsmith, Philip N. 

Goldsmith, Mrs. Sara R. 

Goldsti'in, Miss Florence 

Goldstein, Mr. and 
Mrs. Max 

Green. Mr. and Mrs. 
H. E. 

Gross, Mrs. Cecilia 

Gundelfinger Mrs. Carrie 
**Hagedorn. Mrs. Alice 

Haley. Geo. T. 

Harberg, Mrs. Jos. 
**Harri.son. C. C. 
♦Heimerdinger, Leo H 

Heppe, Florence J. 



* Life member. 
** Deceased Life Member. 



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59 



♦Ilerzborg. Mrs. Walter 
Hlnlein, Hernia u S. 
Hiulein, Jos. II. 
Hirsh. Mrs. Gabriel 
Hirsh. Harry B. 
Hirsli. Ralph 
Hoffman. F. W.. & Co. 
♦Hvman, Wui. 
Irwin, H. D. 
Isaacs, J. L. 
Jackson. Mrs. A. A. 
**Jonas, Herman 
Jones, Wm. J. 
Junior Federation 
♦Kaas, Andrew- 
Karpeles. Dr. and 

Mrs. M. J. 
Kaskey. David 
*Kaufmann. Morris A. 
♦Kayser, Samuel 
♦Kenesetb Israel 
Congregation 
Klein. Leon G. 
Kniip. Jacob 
Kocb. Mrs. I. M. 
Kobn. .Jos. 
Korn, David 
**Kranskopf. Dr. Jos. 
Kranskopf. Mrs. Jos. 
Krauskopf. Mr. and 

Mrs. Manfred K. 
Krieger. Wm. 
Kurtz. Wm. Fulton 
**Langteld. A. M. • 
♦Levy. Sol. 
Licbtenstein, Milton 
Lindauer, Jos. 
**Lit. Samuel D. 

Loeb. Mrs. Hortense H. 
Luncb Club 

Lupton's. David. Sons Co. 
*Manko. L. H. 
Mason, Edward F. 
Mayer. Mrs. Jennie L. 
Mayer. Max 
**Merz, Daniel 
Merz. Leon 
Merz. Millard 
**Merz. Mrs. Regina 
Mevers. Leon W. 
Monk. C. T. 
Montgomerv, Wm. T. 
Moore & White Co. 
**Morris, Chas. E. 
*Morris. EflSngbam B. 
Morris, Samuel W^. 
**Mubr, .Jacob 
Xast. Mr. and Mrs. D. 
Xetsky. Frank 
Xetsky, Saml. 
Nusbaum, Samuel 
Pakradooni. H. H. 
Palmer. Dr. B. Carlton 
**Peppei-. Dr. Wm. 
Pettinos. Geo. F. 
**Pfaelzer. Simon 
Phi Epsilon Pi 

Fraternity 
Plummer. Wm. T. 
Potamkin, Harry 
Powell Knitting Co. 
*Raab. Mrs. Julia 
Raff. A. Raymond 
Richard. Salvador 
Rohm & Haas Co. 
**Rorke. Allen B. 
*Rosenbanm. 
Emilie Leona 



*Ilosenbaum, Loon 
♦Roscnbaum, Loon, Jr. 
♦Rosenberg, Grace 
♦Rosenborg, J. Walter 
Rosenberg, Judab 
Rosenthal, Mrs. Henry 
Hosentbal, Henry 
Rosenthal, Louis 
Rosenthal, Saml. 
Rothschild, S. 
Rubin. Mrs. Louis 
Rumpf, Gustav 
Sand. Louis 
Santz, Mrs. Sophie R. 
Scattergood, Mrs. Thos. 
♦Schloss, Mrs. Herman 
♦Schoch, Henry R. 
Schweriner, Mrs. Theo. 
Sempliner, David D. 
♦♦Silberman, Mrs. Ida 
Silverman, Chas. 
♦Silverman, I. H. 
Smith, J. Willison 
Smith, Jacob H., & Co. 
Smith, Wm. C. 
Smolens, Anna A. 
♦♦Snellenburg, J. J. 
**Snellenburg, Nathan 
♦♦Snellenburg, Samuel 
Southwark Foundry & 

Machine Co. 
Sprowles. Edwin G. 
Stead & Miller Co. 
Steele. Jos. M. 
Sterling, Mrs. Salina 
♦*Stern, Eugene M. 
♦Steruberger, Samuel 
Stokes, Henry W. 
Sullivan, Thos. D. 
♦♦Teller, Benj. F. 
♦Teller, Mrs. B. F. 
♦Teller, Jos. R. 
Trainer, Joseph C. 
♦♦Trautman, Dr. B. 
Tutelman, Harry 
Van Rensselaer, A. 
Yon Moschzisker, 
Robert 
♦♦Wanamaker, John 

Weil. J. H. & Edwin H., 
& W. A. Kohn 
♦♦Weiler, Herman 
Weinberg, Saml., in 
memory of, by Mrs. J. 
Bigar & Louis & Harry 
Weinberg 
W'einman, Mas 
Weinstein, D. 
Wells, Geo. B. 
W'evl, Jacob L. 
♦Wolf, I., Jr. 
♦♦Zweighaft, Simon 

Phoenixville 

Kohn, Jos. 
Pittsbvirg-h 

♦Aaron, Marcus 
' Alpern. Lewis M. 

Aronson, I. Leonard 

Baer, Julius 
♦♦Browarsky, Marx 

Brunwasser, 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank 
♦Coben, Aaron 

Cohen, Henry S. 
♦Coben, Hon. Josiah 
♦Driefus, Chas. 



Federation of .Jewish 
Philanthropies 

Floorshelm, Berthold 

Frank, Isaac W. 
♦Friedman, Mrs. Joseph 

Goldsuiit, Edgar E. 

Goldsmit, Mrs. Louis 

Goldsmit, S. B. 

Goldsmith, Dr. Milton 
♦Guckenlieimer, Isaac 
♦♦Hamburger, Philip 
♦Hanauer, A. M. 

Hast, Mrs. A. M. 

Hirsh, Mr. and Mrs 
Herman 

Kaplan. F. R. S. 
♦Kaufmann Bros. 

Kaufmann, Mrs. Isaac 
♦♦Kaufmann, Mrs. Jacob 

Kaufman, Mrs. Morris 

Kaufmann, Nathan 

Lehman, Albert C. 

Lehman, Irvin F. 

Neiman, Bennie 

Passamaneck, H. 
♦Rauh, Marcus 
♦*Rauh, Mrs. Rosalia 

Solomon, Max 

Spatz. Mrs. Simon 

Stadtfeld, Jos. 
♦Weil, A. Leo 

Pittston 

Brown, Edore W. 
Connor, Nathan 
Freed 's 

Roginsky, A., Est. 
Samuel, Sigmund 

Plymoutli 

Wolpe, M. 
Point Marion 

Siegel. Joseph 
Portland 

Schechter, H. M. 
Pottstown 

Feroe, Robt. A. 
Fuerman, Samuel 
Hot¥mau, Philip 
Meverhoff. Emanuel L. 
Meyers, P. F. 
Miller, Morris 
Mosheim, S. 
Singer, Louis 
Stein. J. & H. 
Weiss, Frank 
W'eiss, Max 
Weitzenkorn, Morris 

Pottsville 

Clawson, J. M. 
Harrison, Jos. 
Rubinsky, Miss Sara 
W'einer. Isaac 
Weiss, S. S.. Est. 

Radnor 

Harvey, J. S. C. 
Reading 

Bash. Wm. 
Bernheimer, Emil 
Central Abattoir Co. 
Claster, Joel 
Imber Bros. 
Isaacs, Ed. 



* Life member. 
** Deceased Life Member. 



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THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Israel, Harold A. 
Kaufmann, Saul 
Knoblaugh, Philip 
Levitz, Sam 
Liefter, Meyer 
Liever, Hyman 
Liever, Israel 
Liever, Joseph M. 
Pear & Co. 
Rosenthal, Morris 
Ruttenberg Bros. 
Samuels, Henry Clay 
Schweriner, S. S. 
Sher, L., & Sons 
Skaist, Max J. 
Sondheim, Leo J. 
♦Sonheim, Dr. S. J. 
Ullman, A. A. 
Wide Awake Shirt Co. 
Winston, Dr. G. I. 
Yaffe & Blumberg 
Zable, Ben. D. 

Bosemont 

Converse, Miss Mary B. 
Scranton 
Cohen, N. B. 
Goodman, Misses Bertha 

and Irene 
Jewish Federation 
Newman, A. 
Oppenheim, I. E. 
Vogel, Miss Janet C. 

Shamokin 

Liachowitz, A. 
Sharon 

Lavine, Reuben H. 
Mayer, Joseph 

Slatington 

Rice, Samuel M. 
Simbury 
Kaufman Bros. 
Markley, M. H. 
Marx Bros. 
Weis, H. and S. 

Tamaqua 

Loses, M. 
Yashan, M. R. 

Titusville 

Berwald, H. P. 
Davis, J. 
Goldstein, Jacob 

Uniontown 

Auslander, J. H. 
Cohen, Leonard A. 
Friedberg, C. I. 
Lusthaus, A. L. 
Rosenbaum, Ike 
Rosenbaum, Mrs. Lena 
Rosenberg, N. W. 
Rosenman, H. 
Stern, Lee 

Villanova 

Bodine, Samuel T. 
Wayne 

Verner, Mrs. Wm. R. 
Winternitz, Mrs. Lillie 



West Chester 

*Grant, Simon 
Wilkes-Barre 

Budnitzky Bros. 
Casper, Louis 
Casper, Max 
Cohen, H. H. 
Cohen, Joel 
Cohen, Louis 
Cohen, Louis, & Son 
Cohen & Fein 
Coons, Jos. S. 
Davidow, Edw. B. 
Epstine, Harry 
Pierman, L., & Sons 
Frank, Louis 
Frankel, Isaac, & Son 
Freedman, Max 
Galland, A. S. 
Hirshowitz, Frank 
Hirshowitz, Harry R. 
Hurwitz, A. 
Israel, Ralph 
Karnofsky Bros. 
Keystone Bottling Co. 
Landau's Music & 

Jewelry Stores 
Lazarus, Henry 
Levy, Maurice T. 
Lewith, Edward L. 
Long, Cosmar P. 
Long, Isaac S. 
Long, Millard F. 
Meyer, Jerome 
Nelson Bros. 
Rifkin, A., & Co. 
Rothstein, J. S., Sons 
Salsburg, Abram 
Salsburg, Louis K. 
Schloss, Mrs. Rosa L. 
Shapiro, Henry 
Silverblatt, Jacob 
Sperling, Harry 
Stein, Edward 
Stern, Julius Long 
Temple Israel 
Tischler, Dr. Max 
Ulman, Harry S. 
Weitzenkorn, J. K. 
William, Maurice 
Williams, Jacob L. 
Williams, Nathan 
Ziegler, Maurice 

Williamsport 

Bloom, Wm., & Co. 
Brozman, J. L. 
Clarkson Chemical & 

Supply Co. 
Fink, C. W. 
Fischer, Abe 
Goldenberg, C. N. 
Myers, Henry 
Myers, L. Carol 
♦Pechter, Harry B. 
Steinberg, Mrs. May 
Ulman, L. M. 
Ulman, Mrs. S. E. 
West Branch Pants Co. 

Wyncote 

Gribbel, Mrs. John 
Wynnewood 

Clothier, Mrs. Walter 
Gibson, Miss Mary K. 
Scott, Miss Florence B. 



Wyomisslng 

Kins, Mr. and 
Mrs. Abraham 

York 

Jewish Organized 

Charities 
Laucks, S. Porry 
Silverman, Gershon 
Wilhelm, Mrs. J. SchaU 

RHODE ISLAND 

Providence 

Berger, Dr. L. 
Einstein, Mrs. Moses 
Lederer, Sigmund 
Silverman Bros. 
Sulzberger, Milton 
Wachenheimer Bros. 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

Charleston 

Berendt, I. 

Furchgott, M., & Sons 
Hornik, M. 
Levy, Oscar 
Livingstain, Harris 
Rubin, Louis D. 
Shimel & Rittenberg 
Solomons, Mrs. E. M. 
Visanska, J. M. 
Williams, H. J. 

Columbia 

Berry, B. 
Borkson, A. 
Citron, M. 
Council of Jewish 

Women 
Gergel, I. 
Gergel, J. 
Goodman, I. 
Hebrew Benev. Socy. 
Kramer, G. 
Levy, J. 
Ravdin, J. 
Ravdin, M. 
Rayner, C. 
Rosen & Stein 
Rubin, J. 
Stein, B. 
Sussman, Sam 
Weber, Ben 

Darlington 

Want, Saml 
Weinberg, A. 

Florence 

Sulzbacher, S. I. 

Greenville 

Kingoff Bros. 
Meyers-Arnold Co. 
Morris, A. 
Zaglin, C. 

Saint Matthews 

Pearlstine, Shep 
Spartansburg 

Greenewald Bros. 
Greenewald's, Inc. 
Marks, Max 



* Life member. 



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Morris, A. H. 
Price, Harrv 
Sljalowski, R. 

Sumter 

Barnett, H. D. 
Levy, J. H. 
Moses, Herbert A. 
Sclawartz, Miss Emma 
Siegel, S. 
Strauss, I. C. 

SOUTH DAKOTA 

Sioux Falls 

Fantle, Sam. 
Margulies, Benj. 
Speier, Sam. 

TENNESSEE 

Brownsville 

Temple Auxiliary 
Chattanooga 

Frank, S. H. 

Friedman, Morris 

Ochs Memorial Religious 

School 
Rosenheim, William 

Jackson 

Felsenthal, H. M. 
Fishman, B. 
Harris, A. M. 
Kisber's Dept. Store 
Lane, Abe 
Levy, Gus H. 
Lindy, A. S. 
Lindy, Nathan 
Loeb, Sol. 

Marks, P., deceased 
Rosenbloom, J. L. 
Tamm, S. T. 
Tuchfeld, Aaron 

Kenton 

Shatz, Mrs. Sol. 
Knoxville 

Beth El Religious 

School 
Course, Geo. 
Moskovitz, Miss 

Esther B. 
Rosenthal, D. A. 

Memphis 

Binswanger, Milton S. 
Federation of Jewish 

Charities 
Halle, Mrs. Eva G. 
Peres, Hardwig and 

Israel H. 
Regina 19, U. O. T. S. 
Roth, Louis 
Sam Schloss Lodge 35. 

I. O. B. B. 
Temple Sisterhood 

Nashville 

Bernstein, Philip & 

Clarence 
Brown, H. 
Cohen, Henry 
Cohen, M. D. 
Federation of Jewish 

Charities 



Fensterwiild, Bernard 
Fox, Gilbert J. 
Frank, Ernest 
Frank, Manuel & 

Isadore 
Friedman, A. N. 
Ghertner, Simon 
Herman, Mrs. Carrie 
Hirsch, Sam 
Iser, Miss Lilly M. 
Jacobus, J. M. 
Levy, R. Z., deceased 
Lightman, Harry 
Loventhal, Lee J. 
Maimonides Lodge 46, 

I. O. B. B. 
Morse, I. B. 
Morse, Joe 
Rich, Drs. Celia and 

S. L. 
Rich, Schwartz and 

Joseph 
Stetzer, Herman 
Sulzbacher, Mr. and 

Mrs. Bdw. B. 
Teitelbaum, Henry 
Weil, J. B. 
Weinstein, Harry 

Pulaski 

Cohn, Sol. 

TEXAS 

Austin 

Council Jewish Women 
♦Davis, Nelson 

Beaumont 

Jewish Welfare Relief 

Association 
Ladies' Benev. Socy. 
Levy, Mrs. Leon R. 

Big Springs 

Fisher, Mrs. Anna (in 
memoriam) 

Chap pell Hill 

Reinstein, W. 
Corsicana 

Council Jewish Women 

Dallas 

Bromberg, H. L. 

Bromberg, Mrs. I. G. 

Dreyfuss, G. 

Eldridge, D. A. 

Geisenberger, L. L. 

Harris, Leon A. 

Jewish Fed. for 
Social Service 

Levi, Chas. A. 
♦Orleans, M. J. 
**Sanger, Alexander 
♦♦Sanger, Mrs. Philip 

Shayn, Mrs. A. J. 
♦♦Silberstein, A. 
♦♦Silberstein, Mrs. A. 

El Paso 

El Paso Lodge 509, 

I. O. B. B. 
Jewish Relief Society 
Mathias, A. 
Rosenfleld, L. A. 
Rosing, Wm. 



Schwartz, A. 
Schwartz, Manuel 
Schwartz,. Maurice 
Temple Mt. Sinai S. S. 
Weiss, I. 
Zork, Mrs. Gustave 

Fort Worth 

Joseph, Sam A. 
Levy, Dan A. 
♦♦Levy, Sam 

Rosenthal, M. A. 

Galveston 

Cohen, Robert I. 

Kahn, Mrs. Yetta G. 

Kahn, Marvine D. 

Kauffman, Jos. 

Kempner, H. 
♦Kempner, Mrs. H. 
♦Lasker, E. 
♦♦Lasker, M. 

Nussbaum, H. 

Nussbaum, Joseph 

Smith, Walter 

Swiff, J. 

Zacharias Frankel Lodge 
242, I. O. B. B. 

Houston 

Council Jewish Women 
Harris, Louis L. 
Malevinsky, The Misses 

Annie and Helene 
Sampson, A. 
United Jewish Welfare 

Association 
Weingartner, J. 

Palestine 

Maier, S. 
San Antonio 

Blum, Mrs. Fannie 
Council Jewish Women 
Edar Lodge 211, 

I. O. B. B. 
Frank Bros. 
♦Halff, G. A. C. 
♦Halff, Henry L. 
Halff, Sol. and Fannie 

Memorial Fund 
Jewish Social Service 

Federation 
Oppenheimer, Mrs. 
Fannie 
♦Stern, Morris 

Sonora 

♦Mayer, Sol. 
Texarkana 

Ehrlich, Esther 
Heilbron. Louis 
Kosminsky, Dr. J. L. 
Schwarz, I. 

Tyler 

Edward Lasker Lodge 
347, I. O. B. B. 

Waco 

Hirschberg, S. 
Jewish Federated 

Charities 
Migel, L. 

Wichita Falls 

Temple Israel Juniors 



♦ Life member. 
♦♦ Deceased Life Member. 



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THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



UTAH 

Salt Lake City • 

Baer. Mrs. Matliilde 
Marcus, Louis 
Rosenblatt, Nathan 

VIRGINIA 

Alexandria 

Beth El Sisterhood 
Ruben, Leopohl 
Ruben. Miss Sarali 
Weil Bros. 

Bristol 

Jewish Ladies' Aid Socy. 
Charlottesville 

Kaufman's, M., Sons 
Danville 

Balin, M. 

Berman, Isaac 

Herman, L. 

Hoffman, W. 11. 

Kaufman, Mrs. Julius 

Klaff, M. 

Koplin, Abe 

Levinson, Dr. B. 

Lowenstein. H. 

Newman, N. 

Roman, Moses 

Silverman, J. 

Harrisonburg 

Bloom, Bernard 

Lynchburg: 

Berman, H. 
Blum, Mrs. M. 
Cohen, Mej-er B. 
Feinman, J. N. 
Feinman, Mrs. Julia 
Feinman, J. R. 
Goodman, Leon 
**Guggenheimer, 
Mrs. Max 
Oppleman, Jos. 
Opplemau, W. D. 
Rosenthal, L. E. 
Rosenthal, Dr. S. H. 
Sater, Mrs. C. L. 
Schewel, A. M. 
Schewel, Ben 
Schewel, Isaac R. 

Newport News 
Garner, Wm. 
Green, Jos. 
Nachman, Sol. 
Reyner, J., & Sons 
Rosenbaum. A. 
Schmelz Natl. Bank 
Spigel, D. 

Norfolk 

Engel, G., & Bro. 
Fisher, G. G- 
Frank, Louis 
Hirschler, Dr. D. Lee 
Hofheimer. .J. C. 
Jacobs, Ben.i. 
Jacobs, F., & Bro. 
Kantor, H. D. 
Kaplan, Mike 
♦Ladies' Hebrew 
Benevolent Assn. 



Levison, Jonas 
Lllienfeld, B. 
Lowenberg, Harry L. 
Mansbach, Louis 
Nordlinger, M. W. 
Nusbaum, S. L. 
Rose, Saml. 
Seldner, A. B. 
Snyder, L. 
Spigel, Benj. 
Ulman & Emanuel 

Petersburg 

Blacker Bros. 
Friedenberg, Max J. 
Gellman, Abe 
Lavenstein Bros. 
Levitt Bros. 
Reinach, Milton I. 
Sollard, H. 
Tobias, Max 
Unger, Sidney 

Portsmouth 

Bord, Saml. 
Cohen, Saml. 
Faas, Sol. 
Kirstein, H. L. 
Levitin, Abe 
Rosenfeld, I. H. 
Solomon, Sam 

Richmond 

**Binswanger, Harry S. 
**Binswanger, M. I. 

Binswanger, Ralph A. 

Bloomberg & Michael 

Florsheim, M. B. 

Galeski, Mrs. S. 

Greenebaum, Leo 

Hoffman & Goodman 

Hutzler, Henry S. 

Jacobi, Mrs. Jos. N. 

Kaufman, Edgar J. 

Kaufmann, I. 

Kaufmann, J. Irving 

Levj', Raphael 

Marcuse, M. E. 

May, Irving 
**Millhiser, Gustave 
*Raab, E. 
*Raab, Mrs. E. 

Stern, Sidney L. 

Straus Co. 

Straus, Milton J. 

Thalhimer, Isaac 

Thalhimer, Morton G. 

Thalhimer, W. B. 

Vei'veer, Sam 

Weil, Clifford 
**Whitlock, Philip 

Roanoke 

Cohen, I. 
Cohn, Jose A. 
Cooper, Ike 
Davidson, Joseph 
Fine, Harry 
Fishe.-, F. H. 
Fisher, Julius 
Glass, Sam 
Goldberg, Jos. 
Goldstein, A. 
Goldstein, Harry 
Goldstein, Jos. 
Honeyman, M. 
Kaufman, Mrs. M. 
Kohen, David 
Kohen, L. M. 



Kohon, Wm. 
Levin, Israel 
Levy, Frank H. 
Levy, Philip 
Lowensteiu, Ike 
Lyons, J. 
Masiner, M. L. 
Rosenberg, M.. & Sons 
Schlossberg, M. J. 
Shapiro, A. 
Spigel, Joe 
Weinstein, J. H. 

Staunton 

Strauss, L. G. 
AViueberg, Harry 

WASHINGTON 

Centralia 

Shanedling, .Jacob 

Seattle 

*Ekstein, Nathan 
**Galland, Bonham 
**Galland, Mrs. C. K. 
**Gottstein, Meyer 
**Gottstein, Rebecca 

*Lang, Julius C. 

Tacoma 

Council Jewish Women 
Klegman, Dave 
Sussman, Frank 
Tacoma .Jewish Fund 
Tacoma Lodge 741, 
L O. B. B. 

WEST VIRGINIA 

Bluetield 

Clark, Harry 
Cohen, L. I. 
Effron, A. F. 
Fine Bros. 
Fink, Julius 
Gilbert, E. 

Greenspan. Dr. Wm. 
Kammer, Harry 
Kleinman, P. 
Kwass, J. I. 
Lenett, B. D. 
Marcus, M. 
Rodgin, Henry 
Schlossberg, Abe 
Schlossberg, G. 
Sisterhood Ahavath 

Sholem 

Turk, Saml. 

, Weinberg, H. 

Charleston 

Adler, Ammi H. 
Baer, Ben 
Baer, Frank A. 
Bloomberg, H. J. 
Brecker, Wm. 
Eppstein, Meyer M. 
Frankenberger, Herbert 
Frankenberger. Max 
Galperin, S. H. 
Goldman, M. B. 
Hess, Jos. L. 
Hess, Sam 
Kaufman, Harry 
Kaufman, Lawrence 
Levin Bros. 
Levinson, H. M. 



* Life member. 
** Deceased Life Member. 



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Levit, Dr. A. 
Levy, Meyer 
Lindenberg, A. J. 
Loewenstein, Abe 
Loewenstein, Isaac 
Ijoewenstein. Joe 
May, Isidore 
May, Philip 
Mendellioff, Dr. M. I. 
Moses, S. A. 
Polau, H. 
Rosenberpr, Isaac 
Kosenblatt, A. M. 
Scliwab, Abraliam 
Silverstein, A. P. 
Silverstein, Harry 

Clarksburg 

Blocli, Jacob ■ 
Biirka, Fred 
Caplan, H. A. 
Edlavitch, Saml. L. 
Franz, D. B. 
Friedberg:, Harry 
Friedlander. M. 
Lefkowitz, Ben 
Markowitz. Louis S. 
Oliker, Louis 
Rose. Max 
Rosen. Geo. 
Rosenberg, S. A. 
Snitzer. D. 
Winer, Aaron 

Fairmont 

Block, Dan 
Broidy, J. M. 
Finger. Mrs. B. S. 
Friedlander, M. 
Golden Bros. 
Goodman, Simon D. 
Kline, S. G. 
Lvons, L. 
Meril, S. 
Newberg. H. 
Osgood. D. M. 
Silver, T. 
"Weintrob, Morris 
Zaslaff, I. 

Grafton 

Friedman, Harry 
Rosenshine, Wm. 

Huntington 

Broil, J. 

Bronstein, Harry 
Bronstein, J. 
Cohen, M., Co. 
Frankel. A. H. 
Glick. Harry and Max 
Goldberg, D. H. 
Gross, I. T. and David 
Leiner, L. 
Lewis, Walter 
London, Jack 
Lubin, J. 
Ma sinter. J. M. 
Oppenheim, Norman 
Ritter, C. 
Samson, Manning 
Samson. Samuel 

Keystone 

Bndnick, Chas. 



Kimball 

Banks, H. 
Kaufman, Abe 
Kaufman, Sol. 
Siff, H. 
Spector, N. M. 

liOgan 

Temple Sisterhood 

.■Morgantown 

Cohen, Israel 
Cohen, Saul 
DeLynn Bros. 
Finn, Samson 
• Goldstein, Harry 
Herskovitz, Sam 
Kirsch, Sam 
Morgantown Sisterhood 
Weintrob, Max 

North Fork 

B'nai Israel Sisterhood 
Catzen, Aaron 
Forman, G. 
Hyman, Julius 
Kahn, Leo 
Kasdin, Julius 
Nelson, S. M. 
Rosen. Sam 
Samuel, C. 
Schwarz, Louis 
Seligman, Harry 
Seligman, Julius 
Seligman, S. L. 
Siegel, Saml. 
Spector, Saul 
Totz, Harry 

Parkersburg 

Barrett. P. W. 
Beren, Max 
Broida, J. S. 
Creamer, S. 
Engelman, L. 
Goldstein, Wm. 
Lasky, Louis 
Nathan, Mrs. Ben 
Newberger, Harry 
Stern, Joseph 

Welch 

Bell, Saml. 
Emanuel Sisterhood 
Gottlieb, Louis 
Hyman, Moses 
Josephy. Herman 
Levinson. I. 
Loventhal. L. 
Polan. Samuel 
Rawston, E. 
Scott, D. 
Solins, S. 

Wheeling 

Baer, H. O. 
Banoy, Charles 
Bauer, Mrs. Carrie L. 
Bloch. Samuel S. 
Emsheimer, Miss Cora S. 
Eofe St. Temple 
Sunday School 



Kofi St. Temple 

Sisterhood 
Frank, S. K. 
i'riedman. Arnold J. 
Front, Mrs. H. M. 
Front, Jacques 
Good, L. S., & Co. 
Good, Mrs. L. S. 
**IIorkheimer, Mrs. B. 
Horkheimer, Julius 
Ilorkheimer, Louis 
Isenberg, Israel 
Reichblnm, Alexander 
Rice, H. L. 
* Solomon & Rubin 
Sonneborn, Charles Ij. 
Sonneborn, Herbert M. 
Sonneborn, Estate of 

Moses 
Stein, Leon B. 
Vatz, A. M. 
*Weil. J. 
Wheeling Lodge No. 615, 
I. O. B. B. 

AA'illiamson 

Albert, J. 
Azarch, L. 
Bank & Shore 
B. & L. Mercantile Co. 
Caplan. Sol. 
Gaskel, Mrs. M. V. 
Goodman, A. 
Grimes, D. A. 
Jjpvine, J. 
Monen, Sol. 
Ofsa, Chas. 
Schwachter, Harry 
Sohn. Eli 
Steckler, I. 
Stone. H. W. 
Zappin, T. 



WISCONSIN 

Appleton 

Fox River Lodge 209. 

I. O. B. B. 
Jewish Ladies' Aid Socy. 
Marshall, L. J. 

Green Bay 

Sauber, W. 

Kaukauna 
*Wertheimer, M. A. 

Madison 

Council .Jewish Women 
Ellman, Ben L. 

Milwaukee 

Frank. Walter 
Gardner, H. 
Gilead Lodge 41, 

I. O. B. B. 
Reliable Knitting 

Works 
Rosenberg, A. P. 
Sattler, J. B. 
Schuster, Chas. 
Schuster, Mrs. Edw. 



* Life member. 
** Deceased Life Member. 



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THE XATIOXAL FAR^I SCHOOL 



Superior 

Aronsobn, Herman A. 
Jacobs, Robt. 
Josephs, S. Y. 
Lasky Bros. 
Lurye, Ed. 
Marcus, C. 

Popkln Furniture Co. 
Siegel Bros. 



West Bend 

**Heller, Isidore 

CHIXA 

Shang:hai 

*Jacob, Leopold 



EXGLAND 

London 

Mayer, Simon D. 
♦Meyer, Arthur 

SWITZERLAND 

Rorschach 

**Schoenfeld, Max 



* Life member. 
** Deceased Life Member. 




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THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

Executive Offices 

1701 Walnut Street, Philadelphia 



ijRtnxhstshxp of ^l}s National ifattn §>ci}ool 

I, the undersigned, in consideration of the subscriptions of 

others, hereby agree to subscribe the sum of $ 

annually to The Xational Farm School, for the 

training of lads for agricultural callings. 

Name 

Address 

Date 



iFnrtn nf K^sarij tn (Hit ^zttxanal 3iartn §cIto0I 

"I give and hequeath unto The National Farm School, Bucks 

County, Pa., near Doylestown, the sum of dollars 

free from all taxes to he paid to the Treasurer, for the time heijig, 
for the use of the institution." 



iHlortn nf ^tmst 

ON REAL ESTATE OR GROUND RENT 

''I give and devise imto The National Farm School, Bucks 
County, Pa., near Doylestown {here describe the property or 
ground rent), together with the appurtenances, in fee simple, and 
all policies of insurance covering said premises, tvhether fire, title 
or otherwise, free from all taxes." 



A donation or bequest of SIO.OOO -will found a perpetual scholarship -which 
may bear the name of the founder, or such name as the founder may designate; 
$5,000 will found a twelve-year scholarship: a donation of $600 pays for 1 student 
for 1 year; $1,800 pays for 1 student for 3 years (until graduation). 



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Have you tried this wonderful 
Ice Cream, made with Grade 
'^A^' Cream, from our own 
country creamery ? 

ABBOTTS DAIRIES, Inc. 
Philadelphia and Seashore 



pAbbotts 

ICECREAM 



IJ ■ Selected Eggs 

i StrStmOUIll City Dressed Poultry 

RISSER & RABINOWrrZ, Inc. 

Delaware Avenue & Mifflin Street 



Fancy Milk Fed Poultry 

Dressed Daily in our 
own Plant 



ELECTRIC 
COOKERY 

A MODERN ART— 

Let us tell you more about it- 





# 



A Model for 
Every Kitchen 
Regardless 
of Your 
Requirements 



El^GfRiC 



RANGES 

Distributed by 

RUMSEY 

ELECTRIC COMPANY 

Electric Supplies and Machinery 

Everything in Radio 

1007 ARCH STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



Wm. S. Bonsall's Sons 

Repairs, Alteration 
and New Installation 



ROOFING 

SHEET METAL WORK 

WARM AIR HEATING 

VENTILATING 

Bell Phone, Evergreen 7050 

6 North 4 1 St Street 

LeROY BONSALL PHILADELPHIA 



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OWEN LETTER'S 
SONS 



BEST COAL 



MAIN YARD 

Trenton Avenue and Westmoreland 
Street 



80 



Compliments 
of 

Golder Construction 
Company 



JOSEPH N. SUSSKIND 



MARKOVITZ BROTHERS 

Johbers in HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR 
==^ OVERALLS WORK SHIRTS 

NOTIONS 

Sole distributors of " Philmont " Union Suits for Men 
S21-323 MARKET STREET PHILADELPHIA 



f7» 1 -1 \T ■• 1 1> 1 2d St. and Girard Ave. 

tilghtn INatlOnal oank Philadelphia, pa. 




ESTABLISHED 1864 
Trust and Savings Fund Departments 
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT 



STRONG 



Capital. Surplus and $2,000,000.00 

Undivided Profits over __! ! 

SAFE -:- SUCCESSFUL 

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KEYSTONE. WEST 1095 POWER INSTALLATION 

BELL, GRANITE 3059 HOT WATER, STEAM 

VAPOR, VAPOR VACUUM 

McClintock & Co. 

HEATING ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS 

HOUSE HEATING SPECIALISTS 

5608 Race Street, Philadelphia 



''ABOVE ALL'' 

BOLD CIGAR 

Perfecto Size, 5c. Invincible Size, 3 for 20c 



Moulton Ladder Company 

Established 1839 

OLDEST Ladder Manufacturing 
Company in the United States. 

LADDERS of the HIGHEST 
QUALITY and of every description. 

154 N. THIRD ST. - PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



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COMPLIMENTS OF THE 



Penn Fruit Company 



"The Best for Less"— Always 



PHILADELPHIA and VICINITY 




PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK 

WASHINGTON NEWARK 

HARRISBURG 



J\CUfVe0;> 

Saratoga Style Potato Chips 



Sold by All Leading Grocery and Delicatessen Stores 



Quinlan's Reading Pretzels 



The Twist is the Same— 
BUT the Taste is Different ! 



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ROYAL APARTMENT HOTEL 

Under New Management 

GIRARD AVENUE AND BROAD STREET 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

A QUIET HIGH-CLASS APARTMENT HOTEL 

Unsurpassed in refinement and environment. Cuisine of the highest standard 
G. H. SMITH, Manager 



Bell Phone. MIC. 3547 

SAMUEL N. LOEWY 

4409 North Broad Street PHILADELPHIA 

PHONE: OUR OWN MAKE ICE CREAM 

Germantown 3309 Ice Cream Orders Delivered Until Noon on Sundays 

ARTHUR E. BEESE 
Fine Cakes and Pastry 

6230 GERMANTOWN AVENUE 

1421 WEST TIOGA STREET 

Phone: Sag. 7624 PHILADELPHIA, PA 

BUSTLETON 8168 

Wohlgemuth Management 

N. E. BOULEVARD at WELSH ROAD 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Paper Hangings Plain and Frescoing - Painting Wall Fabrics Room Mouldings 

WILLIAM H. WARD 

ARTISTIC WALL DECORATIONS 

S. E. Cor. 15th and Oxford Streets 

Bell Phona, Stevenson 0573 PHILADELPHIA 



Compliments of 

WM. R. DOUGHERTY 

HOTEL DENNIS - Atlantic city 
Chalfonte Hotel =^= 



^TFFl PIFR ATLANTIC CITY 



OPEN ALL YEAR 



H, M, BARNET 

HARRY LINSK & COMPANY 

40 North Sixth Street 

PHILADELPHIA 

MAURICE G. COHN, President SAMUEL L. COHN, Secretary-Treasurer 

Specialty Furniture Company 

Wholesale FURNITURE 

242 CHESTNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA 

Bell Phone, Lombard 2036 



Meng's Sons 

Conkling - Armstrong 
Terra Cotta Co. 



Coleby Tailoring Co. 
57th and Market Sts. 

C. J. McDermott 

105 N. 4th STREET 



INTERNATIONAL 

t^rinting (^ompany 

236 Chestnut St. - - Philadelphia 



FINNEY & SON 

PARAMOUNT MEMORIALS 

Monuments and Mausoleums 
Twelfth and Spring Garden Streets Philadelphia 



Bell Phone ** (jg^j Qavs of Merit 

Poplar 5469 



BARON'S 



Auto Exchange 

1244-46 N. Broad Street Philadelphia, Pa. 



"THE SIGN OF THE INTERIOR" 

HARRY G. HINCKLE COMPANY 

Decorators Hardwood finishing 

PAPER Hanging Interior alterations 

House and Fresco Painters 

1212-14 N. 15th street PHILADELPHIA 



When Dissatisfied with Your Work 

^"^ Forrest Laundry 

1215-1225 COLUMBIA AVE. 

5Hugs, 2Hattkpts, 2Icic0 Curtmns, iFr^nch iBry Cleaning 

BOTH PHONES 

171 , • I ¥¥/ f of EVERY DESCRIPTION 

LilCCtTlCCLl WOTK Installed and Repaired 
We also have a stock of Electrical Appliances and Supplies 

If your residence is not wired for Electric Lighting, we can wire 
without damaging your walls or floors 

ALBERT GENTEL, Inc. 

Electrical Contractors 

1503 COLUMBIA AVENUE 4445 GERMANTOWN AVENUE 

SEAFRIED BROTHERS 

Stylish Stouts ^^om 3 to 12 widths from A to EEEEE 

We Have Perfected 4 NEW SHOES 
SOLD NOWHERE ELSE 

2811 Girard Avenue, Philadelphia 

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WEST DISINFECTING CO. 

Manufacturing Chemists 

Exclusive Distributors — "Kotex" Vending Machines and "Kotex" Pads 

PHILADELPHIA OFFICE: 

CHARLES AUERBACH, Manager 49th STREET and GRAYS AVENUE 

JOHN R. LIVEZEY 

Co rkboard tnsutation of 

COLD STORAGE ROOMS and RESIDENCES 

Boiler and Pipe Coverings 

2213 W. Glenwood Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. 

ELIAS NUSBAUM & BRO. 

Electrical Contractors 

AMONG THE LEADERS FOR MORE THAN 30 YEARS 
2023 Sansom Street, Philadelphia 

The Originator of the Pointing Business and the New Method of Renovating, which does 
away with the Painting of Bricks. 

ADOLPH CHRISTENSEN 

Contractor 

In POINTING and RENOVATING STONE, BRICK and TERRA-COTTA WORK 
843-45 Cameron Street, Philadelphia 

Bell Telephone, Poplar 0153 White on Bricks Permanently Removed 

BELL PHONE ESTIMATES FURNISHED 

RUSH BROTHERS 

Carpenters and Builders 

DARRAH and MARGARET STS. - FRANKFORD, PHILA. 

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Phone, Wyoming 6209 

Mrs. Oliver B. Rotzell 

CATERER 



4803 Wayne Avenue 
Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa. 



Sow QUAKER Brand 

CLOVER and TIMOTHY SEED 

OVER 99yj^ PURE 

ROBERT L. LATIMER & CO. 

Mill, Mine, Elevator, Conveyor and Power Transmission Machinery and Supplies 

24-26 NORTH FRONT STREET - PHILADELPHIA 

M. & J. B. McHUGH 

Contractors 



892 Markoe Street 

PHILADELPHIA 



Boyertown Burial Casket Co. 

Bronze, Metallic, Hardwood and Cloth-Covered Caskets 
Robes and Linings 

Philadelphia, Pa. Boyertown, Pa. New York, N. Y. 

Columbus, Ohio Harrisburg, Pa. Brooklyn, N. Y- 

Philadelphia Manufacturers' Mutual 
Fire Insurance Company 

Edwin I. Atlee Commercial 

President Trust Bldg. 



Mississippi Pearl /«™.; 
Button Company lowa 

Salesroom: 

1017 ARCH STREET 



Pressman -Gutman 
Silk Co. 



ZABEL BROTHERS CO, Inc. 

OFFSET LITHOGRAPHERS S. W. Cor. Fifth St. 

and MUSIC PRINTERS and Columbia Ave. 

RITTENHOUSE 9225-9226 " HOWE KNOWS HOW " KEYSTONE, RACE 6533 

C. E. Howe Addressing & Printing Corp. 

s. M. FELDENHEiMER, PersonoUzed Direct Mail Advertising 

President 1615 WALNUT STREET 

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COMPLIMENTS OF 



COHLMAN & CUTLER, Inc. 

OVERALLS and DUCK CLOTHING 

PHILADELPHIA, PENNA. 



Ferguson Carpet Company 

Stenton Ave. and Rockland St. 
Wayne Junction, Philadelphia 

Agents for RUSSWIN Hardware — Russell & Erwin Martufacturing Co. 

Adolph Soeffing & Co. 

HARDWARE 
833 Arch Street Philadelphia 

Acme Addressing and Multigraphing Co. 

N. E. Cor. 12th and Cherry Streets 
PHILADELPHIA 

BANK and OFFICE PARTITIONS 

JOHN E. SJOSTROM CO. 

I ncorporated 

CABINET MAKERS 

1719 N. TENTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA 

I West 25 

S. MARGOLIS • COAL and ICE 

Office and Yard 

Forty-eighth and Parkside Avenue, Philadelphia 

Charles A. Sadler ESTABLISHED 1868 R. E. Sadler 

Members of Phila. Real Estate Board, Inc., Penna., 1908 

William Sadler's Sons '" " wm-a^ sadier 

REAL ESTATE BROKERS and INSURANCE 

Houses Bought, Sold and Rented Care of Estates a Specialty 

1526 Columbia Ave., Philadelphia 

Bell Phone, Market 3078 

LEO LIEBER & CO. 

Originator of CRIMPED CHOCOLATES 

High-Grade Box Goods a Specialty 
Factory, 863 North Darien St. Office, 854 North 8th St. 

A. MacBRIDE & CO. 

Heating : Plumbing : Roofing : Brickwork 

PHONES 1317 Girard Avenue 

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Compliments of 

Grushlaw&Sichel 

MAKERS OF 

KNOCKABOUT 
KNIT JACKET 



ESTABLISHED 1877 



SCttttiing Mxll^ 



CARDIGAN 
Jackets 
Sweaters 



Pastorius and Osceola 
Streets 

GERMANTOWN, PHILADELPHIA 



Americans Finest 



Surgical Garments 



Abdominal Supporters, Stockings, Surgical Belts — garments for the 
support and relief of every part of the anatomy, made with a perfect 
fabric that, through more than seventy years, has been accepted as a 
supreme standard by America's foremost physicians and surgeons. 
Remember the name — KENLASTIC. It is your guarantee of un- 
varying quality and lasting resiliency. May be obtained from: 



Mile. E. Adler. Corsetiere, 1703 Walnut 
St.. Phila.,- Penna. 

Mrs. Julia F. Moses, Corsetiere, 2040 Lo- 
cust St., Phila.. Penna. 

Ware Truss Co., 710 Broadway, Camden, 
New Jersey, 

Mme. Isabelle Co.. 1504 Pacific Ave., At- 
lantic City, New Jersey. 
107 S. 8th St., Phila., Penna. 

Charles H. Glatterer, 41 S. Virginia Ave., 
Atlantic City, New Jersey. 



Miss A. M. Dyer, 2022 N. 19th St., Phila.. 

Penna. 
Mr. Charles Hecht, 2655 Kensington Ave., 

Phila., Penna. 
William H. Richter, 206 S. 8th St., Phila., 

Penna. 
L B. Seeley. 122 S. 11 th St.. Phila.. Penna. 
H. R. Dowd. 729 Walnut St., Phila., 

Penna. 
Richard Young, 215-17 N. 15th St.. Phila.. 

Penna. 

And in 60 per cent, of the Surgical Stores in New York and other large 
cities. Ask for Kendrick Elastic — KENLASTIC — the knitted elastic. 

JAMES R. KENDRICK CO., Inc. 

6139 German town Avenue, Philadelphia 
76 Madison Avenue, New York 



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Flowers! THE ideal gift 

WHENEVER YOU HAVE CAUSE TO REMEMBER 
SOME ONE, FLOWERS ARE ALWAYS ACCEPTABLE 

Wilhelm's Logan Flower Shop 

Mic. 5471-5472 4943 North Broad Street 

National Casket Company 



REPRESENTING - 



THE BEST IN THE INDUSTRY 

BRANCHES IN ALL PRINCIPAL CITIES 

BERGER BROTHERS COMPANY 

Tinners^ Hardware and 
Roofers^ Supplies 

237 ARCH STREET PHILADELPHIA 

PHONES: Evergreen 4616 
West 440 

NAGLER BROTHERS 
Sheet Metal Workers 

38th and Poplar Streets Philadelphia, Pa. 

KUNKEL'S— fAe COAL of Quality 

^^^^^^^^_ Selected Coal from Good Collieries is the Only 

Kind We Sell and Backed with Our Reputation 
Kunkel's Coal Gives More Heat and Less Ash 
It is the Most Economical Coal You Can Buy 

J. E. KUNKEL 

63rd and MARKET STREETS 51st and GRAY'S AVENUE 
PHILADELPHIA 

91 



Klii^^i*s 



■pACH of the six INTEGRITY offices provides Deposit, 
Credit-Loan, Trust, Investment, Title Insurance, Sav- 
ings and Safe Deposit Facilities, with the added experience, 
connections and resources of the entire Institution. 

Capital Surplus and Profits over $15,000,000 
Member Federal Reserve System 

Integrity Trust Company 

Broad Street and Columbia Avenue 

and Five Other Banking Offices 
in Philadelphia 



WILLIAM H. WATTS & CO. 



Artisans in Tile and Marble 
Architectural Faience Period Fireplaces 



151 N. Sixteenth Street 

ABOVE THE PARKWAY 



Philadelphia, Pa. 




wSrow 

The Vegetables and 
Flowers you would like 
to see growing in your 
garden — read all about 
them in Burpee's 

Garden Book^Free 

This is the catalog that 
tells the plain truth 
about the Best Seeds 
That Grow. It describes 
the Burpee Quality 
Seeds, Bulbs, and Plants. 



Write for a copy of 
Burpee's Garden Bock 



FREE 

W.ATLEE BURPEE CO. 

554 Burpee Building, Philadelphia 



JOSEPH 
H. BASS 

Decorative 
Sculptor 

Modeling 

Stone Carving 

Ornamental Plaster 

and Bronze 

2036 RITTENHOUSE STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 



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Compliments of 

J. HOWARD BROWN & CO. 

Insurance 

No. 328 WALNUT STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

STEEL HEDDLE MFG. CO. 

2100-18 W. Allegheny Avenue : : Philadelphia, Pa. 

WORLD'S LARGEST MANUFACTURERS OF THE 

FLAT STEEL HEDDLE 



lANEfc 



UNIVERSAL HARNESS FRAME 

Drop Wires, Velvet and Plush Heddles Doup or Leno Meddles 

THE REYBURN MANUFACTURING CO. 

Paper Specialties 

Tags -:- Tickets -:- Labels 



ALLEGHENY AVENUE AND THIRTY-SECOND STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



The Silk Stockings 
That Wear 

Lehigh Silk Hosiery Mills 

INCORPORATED 

NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA 

NORRISTOWN 

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THE THOMAS W. PRICE COMPANY 



p 



RINTERS' rAPnROAPn 

^rn^^^i^L. I in.^, ENVELOPES 



503-505 LUDLOW STREET Correapondena, 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. Solicited 



NEW YORK BOSTON CHICAGO, 323 So. Franklin Street 

CATLIN YARN CO., Inc. 

COTTON YARNS 

PUBLIC LEDGER BUILDING :: PHILADELPHIA 

J. H. JESSUP. Manager 

ROBERT LeFORT & CO., Inc. 



NOVELTY LACE CURTAINS 



3360-62-64 FRANKFORD AVENUE 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

FIRTH & FOSTER COMPANY 

Dyers and Finishers of Piece Goods 

WE ARE SPECIALLY EQUIPPED FOR FINE ALL-WOOL AND 
SILK-AND-WOOL MIXED FABRICS 

BRIGHT COLORS— SUPERB LUSTER 

OSWALD LEVER CO., Inc. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Textile Machinery 

11th and Cambria Streets PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

94 



Frankford Trust Company 

4400 FRANKFORD AVENUE 

Capital and Surplus - - - $2,250,000.00 

Assets 14,000.000.00 

Trust Funds . - - - 6,000.000.00 

4% Interest in Savings Dept. 

Open Regular Banking Hours and Friday Evenings 6 to 9 



Compliments of 

A FRIEND 



C. H. Howell & Co. 

INCORPORATED 

Paint, Color and Varnish Makers 

212-14-16 RACE STREET. PHILA., PA., U. S. A. 
ESTABLISHED 1876 



SAVING THE TABLE 

Selling Agents for 

WINTER'S TABLE PADS 

"In Every City" 

The highly-polished surface of your dining table requires a CUSTOM-MADE 
table pad for proper protection from hot dishes and spilled liquids 

Our Business is TABLE PADS QUALITY PADS at a PRICE 

Do not be misled into buying a cheap table pad when you can buy the BEST 
at a lower cost than high-priced imitations. A telephone call will bring our 
representative with samples and prices and will return the finished pad to you 
within 48 hours after order is given. No trouble, annoyance or inconvenience 

to you. 

AMERICAN TABLE PAD COMPANY 

4424 Market Street Telephone, Evergreen 22-41 Philadelphia, Pa. 

95 



PENNSYLVANIA 

RANGE BOILER CO. 

Main Office and Plant : 

24TH AND WASHINGTON AVENUE 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Branch. : 

5340-42 
Market Street 




Branch : 

2024 
N. Tenth Street 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Galvanized Range Boilers 

and JOBBERS OF 

Plumbing and Heating Supplies 



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Both Phones 



F. SCHOETTLE 



(INCORPORATED) 



PAPER BOXES 

and 

MAILING 
TUBES 



2440 CORAL STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



97 



Goodyear Glove 
Rubber Company 



Incorporated 



427 Market St. - Philadelphia 




RUBBER FOOTWEAR ANU K E D S 



Telephone — MIC higan 1282 

Reaches all departments 



Paper Boxes 

Capacity 100,000 boxes every day 

Made in a bright 

clean, daylight plant 



Establishe 

191 



^ George H. Snyder, /nc. 

3631-39 N. SmedleySt. 
Philadelphia 

Designers of Paper Boxes thai Sell Your Goods 



Hardwoods 

White Pine 

Cypress 

EVERYTHINt; IN LUMBER 

J. GIBSON McILVAIN 
COMPANY 



Philadelphia 



Telephones: 
Bell. Ger. 6150 Keystone. North 01 28 



Wm. Armstrong & Sons 

Incorporated 

Phil-Ellena and Chew Streets 
Germantown, Phila. 



Contracting |_3lasterers 



P 

JL PI, 



Member of Master 
Plasterers' Co. 



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1823- Over a Century in Business -1930 

Our Experience of 

107 YEARS 

/5 at Your Service 

JOHN B. ELLISON & SONS 

Woolens Everywhere 

Bell Phone, FRANKFORD 4553 

Brentmore Knitting Mills 

FACTURERS OF 

HOSIERY 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

HIGH-GRADE 
FULL-FASHIONED 



A'^eu; York Office : 

I anrl Ontarin Strppf« ROOM 1006 

1 ana untario streets ^^^^^ avenue building 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. . Twenty-Third Street and 

Fifth Avenue 



FRANCIS A. BRUNER, Inc. 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Upholstery Goods Curtains 

Draperies Scarfs 

Table and Couch Covers 

CORAL and EAST HAGERT STS. PHILADELPHIA 



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CHARLES HARLAN JOHN NOBLE, JR. 

President Vice-Pres. & Treas. 

WM. A. HAINES 
Secretary 

QlttttBiilihutth i^r^aa^b 
^ttf Company 

Abattoir and Salesrooms 
30th and Race Streets, Philadelphia 



PRODUCERS OF 

L. & Y. LIME CRUSHED LIMESTONE PULVERIZED 

LIMESTONE RUSHLAND TRAP ROCK HENDERSON 

FOUNDATION STONE HENDERSON CRUSHED MARBLE 

MILL ROAD FOUNDATION STONE 

Lukens & Yerkes 

924-25 Stephen Girard Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 

WORKS 

Crushers: Earnest, Rushland, Henderson, Pa. 

Quarries: Mill Road, Henderson, Pa. 

Lime Kiln: Earnest, Pa. 



MONTGOMERY 
IRON AND STEEL COMPANY 

Plain and Fabricated Steel 

Large Stock of Shapes and Plates, 
assuring prompt shipment 

Steel Structures Designed and Fabricated 
Telephone Connections DUNCAN and SEPVIVA STS. 

101 




ERLANGER BARNS OF THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Construction by 



JOHN S. BAILEY & BRO. 



Contractors 
& Engineers 



Lansdale, Pa. Doylestown, Pa. 



102 



PENN BEDDING CO. 


/. R. GRUNDY 


Compliments of 
Herbert Newton & Co. 


Compliments of 

WILDMAN MFG. CO. 

Norristown, Pa. 


N. HALPERT 

714 Sansom Street 


E. S. PERKINS 


ANDREW BROWN 


Compliments of 

Fisher, Bruce & Company 


Industrial Cold Storage and 
Warehouse Co. 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

A. WEINFELD & SON 


MAX ROUNICK 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

S. HIRSHENHORN & SONS 

137 N. 3rd Street 


BURKE BROS. 


CHABROW BROS. 


I. J. HORSTMANN 


Chas. H. Beifield and Co. 


Bell Phone. Regent 3426 Keystone Phone, Park 2727 

R. B. DUl'l' CO., Inc. 

Dyers and Bleachers of 

Fine Woolen and 
Worsted Yarns 

MASCHER ST. and MONTGOMERY AVE. 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



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T. P. McCUTCHEON & BRO. 

INCORPORATED 
MANUFACTURERS 

Men's Neckwear Reefers 

Men's Half Hose and Men's Golf Hose 

Main Office 
ELEVENTH AND ARCH STREETS PHILADELPHIA 

BELL PHONES KEYSTONE PHONE 

Kensington 6713 Park 2717 

6714 

'''^ Quality First 

CLARENCE L. MEYERS, Inc. 
YARNS 

SECOND AND SOMERSET STS. PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Hughes & Bradley Co. 

MAKERS OF 

NECKWEAR FOR MEN 

ST. GEORGE BUILDING 
S. W. COR. 13th and ARCH STREETS 

PHILADELPHIA 



GAS RANGES 




ELECTRIC RANGES 

The Choice of the Homemaker 



ROBERTS & MANDER STOVE CO. 

PHILADELPHIA and HATBORO 

104 



Watson & McL/aniel Co. 

Manufacturers 

McDANIEL STEAM TRAPS 

AND 

WATSON PRESSURE REGULATORS 

N. W. CORNER 

Marshall and Noble Streets Philadelphia, Pa. 



GEO. W. KUGLER 
& SONS CO. 

PACKING BOXES 
LUMBER and CRATES 

9 1 5-27 New Market St. Philadelphia, Pa. 

BAKERS OF QUALITY 

Bread and Rolls 

BLUE RIBBON 



MOORE BREAD COMPANY 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

WM. MacINTOSH CO. 

Manufacturing 
Lithographers 

113-115 ERIE STREET :: CAMDEN, N. J. 

105 



Mutual 

Rendering 

Company 



Inc. 



Philadelphia 
Pa. 



Those Who KNOW' 
Always Sow 

M1CHEL5 

^ 5i8Market5^^ 

PfilLAo 
. Write for Ckt?^fog. ^ 



Compliments of 



Jacob Brodsky & Son 

Incorporated 

Ontario St. below Richmond St. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Philadelphia Wool Scouring 
and Carbonizing Company 



Somerset and Trenton Ave. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 



106 



PUriMFQ ^'^^S-"' 668I-W CONTRACT HAULING A SPECIALTY 

rHUr^tLb: J Market 6186 AUTOMOBILES 

( Tacony I422-R 

WHIN NETS EXPRESS 

Office: 3 Arch Street 

2041 E. CLEMENTINE STREET PHILADELPHIA 

GEORGE NASS & SON 
Lumber 

Building Lumber — Hardwoods — White Pine 
Maple Flooring 

N. W. Cor. GLENWOOD AVE. and DAUPHIN ST. PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Penn Metal Co. of Penna. 

PHILADELPHIA, PENNA. 



Metal Ceilings, Firedoors, Lockers and 
Shelving 

BELL PHONE 505 



G. E. WILLARD 
ICE 

and COLD STORAGE 

WEST ASHLAND STREET DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

107 



PHONES 

Michie Textile Co. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

HAIR CLOTH 

Fifth Street and Columbia Avenue 

— AND- 

Howard and Berks Sts. Philadelphia, Pa. 

WEIMAR BROTHERS 

Manufacturers of 

TAPES, BINDINGS and 
NARROW FABRICS 

2046-48 AMBER STREET :: PHILADELPHIA 

BELL PHONE, WYOMING 0441 

2iuttanut00& M0r0t0& Mill 

Manufacturers of WOFStcd FaBriCS 

BelBeld Ave. and Wister St. Germantown, Philadelphia 

MATTHEW MURPHY & SON 

Manufacturers of 

Tapes and Bindings 

S. E. Cor. Third and Cumberland Streets 

PHILADELPHIA 

M. PHILLIPS M. WOLF L. PHILLIPS 

NATIONAL HAIR CLOTH CO. 

ManufaCurers of JJIQ^ GRADE HAIR CLOTH 

Woolseal Interlining for Clothing and Neckwear 

1424 N. HOWARD STREET 
BOTH PHONES PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

LOOPERS 
and LOOPER CUTTERS 

JOHN W. HEPWORTH & CO., INC. 

NORTHWEST CORNER 

Lehigh Avenue and Mascher Street 

PHILADELPHIA 

108 



NICETOWN DYE WORKS 

Dyers of 

Yarns, Slubbing and Wool Raw StocI^ 
FRANKFORD - - - PHILADELPHIA 

Phones— REGENT 8265; EAST 7572 

The Peerless Silk Dyeing Co. 

D YERS AND BLEA CHERS 

WILLARD and JASPER STS. PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

BOTH PHONES CHAS. F. CREDO, Mgr. 

JOHN CAMPBELL & CO., Inc. 

Mfrs. of DYESTUFFS and SPECIALTIES 
"CAMAL DYE" 

S. E. Cor. Broad and Spring Garden Sts. Philadelphia 

Bell Phone, Regent 6744 Keystone, Park 2142 

RAYON SKEIN DYERS 

Hoffner Silk Dyeing Co, 

HOWARD and HUNTINGDON STS. 



Columbia SilJ^ Dyeing Company 

SPECIALTIES: ARTIFICIAL SILK 

PURE DYES— BLACK AND COLORS 

1726-30 N. HOWARD ST. - PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

JACOB KNUP WM. J. GUTEKUNST JACOB KNUP, Jr. 

President Vice-Pres. and Treas. Secretary 

The Hellwig Silk Dyeing Company 

Office: Ninth and Buttonwood Sts., Philadelphia 

Plants at Ninth and Buttonwood Sts. and Wissinoming, Philadelphia 

Telephones: Poplar 8194, 8195 ESTABLISHED 1876 

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BELL. REGENT 4483. 4484 KEYSTONE. PARK 1483 

S. WOLF & SONS 

Man.ract.rer^s QuTtains , CuskioTis , Witidow Shades 

105 WEST BERKS STREET 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

77205. Haltons Sons 

JACQUARD MACHINES 

3rd and Clearfield Streets 

LAUREL SOAP MANUFACTURING CO. 

INCORPORATED 

WM. H. BERTOLET & SONS 

SOAPS and OILS 

Disinfectants ■• Tree Sprays •• Fly Sprays •• Roach Sprays •• Special Soaps for the Dairy 

Tioga, Thompson and Almond Sts. Philadelphia, Pa. 

ESTABLISHED 1875 

WALKER MFG. CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Loom Reeds, Heddles, Heddle Frames, Etc. 

Atlantic and Ruth Sts. Philadelphia, Pa. 

HENRY B. PANCOAST CO. 

946-62 N. FRONT STREET PHILADELPHIA 

PIPE : VALVES : FITTINGS : PUMPS 

- : AGENTS FOR : - 
AMERICAN RADIATOR COMPANY - Boilers and Radiators 

INTERNATIONAL HARVEST COMPANY 

OF AMERICA 

Farm Implements and Tractors Motor Trucks 

2905 N. SIXTEENTH STREET :: PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

110 



Cherry-Burrell Corporation 

Cherry - Bassett Division 

2324 Market Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES 

FOR DAIRIES, CREAMERIES, AND ICE CREAM PLANTS 

KELZO PRODUCTS, Inc. 

Manufacturers LAMPS and SHADES 

Office and Factory 

Novelties Tables, Etc. Market Hancock and Noblc Streets 

Hand and 3274 ni -1 i i i • r> 

Automatic Wood Turning rhlladelphia, Ta. 

Wick ^attam JTabrit €0. 

Fast TP A 13 17 Q ^o»* Tying 

Color Ml, J^ K E.t O Vegetables 

931-937 Market St. Philadelphia 

Biberman Brothers Manufacturers of 

Wash Dresses 

FIFTEENTH AND MT. VERNON STREETS 

Landis & Company 

Wholesale Dealers, Importers and Manufacturers' Agents of 

CARPETS, RUGS, LINOLEUMS, MATTINGS 

And HOUSEFURNISHINGS 
Salesrooms: 45 N. Third Street Philadelphia, Pa. 

JOHN SMITH, Pres. and Treas. FRANK B. PUTT, Vice-Pres. and Sec. 

BRANDLE & SMITH CO. 

MANUFACTURING CONFECTIONERS 

Exclusive Manufacturers of Original Specialties in Hard Candies 

Satin Finish (trade mark) Confections 
Fifth and Bristol Streets Philadelphia 

111 



TELEPHONE CONNECTION ESTABLISHED 1867 

LOUIS RUGER COMPANY 

ROOFING AND SHEET 
METAL WORK 

1603-05 N. FOURTH STREET PHILADELPHIA 



HEATING A.. 



"THAT'S OUR BUSINESS 
Get Our Prices 



SUNBEAM 
FURNACES 



All If Tou CoDlempIate Installing a 

FURNACE 

PIPE OR PIPELESS 

"We Do It Right and Guarantee It" Get Oar Prices They Are Lowest 

FRED'K SABIN & CO., Inc. 

HOWARD MILLER, President 237-239-241 BREAD STREET 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

JOHN J. FELIN & CO., inc. 

PORK and r) 7 

BEEF racliers 

4142-66 GERMANTOWN AVENUE 

Bell Phones j ^J^^f^ ^g|^ Keystone, Race 19«3 

Morris Brenner & Sons 

'^^^"'"jobbS-sIr ""^ WALL PAPER 
526-536 S. 22nd St. Philadelphia 

Compliments of 

PINCUS & BATT, Inc. 

Keystone Telephone, Main 7588 Bell Telephone, Market 02Z2-3 

SYLVAN E. SOSTMANN 
Meats, Poultry and Provisions 

Hotels, Restaurants and 407-9 N. Franklin Street 

Institutions Supplied PHILADELPHIA 

112 



JAMES CARNWATH. President ROBERT CARNWATH. Secretary and Treasurer 

PENNSYLVANIA BOX & LUMBER CO. 

PACKING BOXES, BOX SHOCKS and LAPPING BOARDS 

613 and 615 Cherry St. American and Cumberland Sts. 

PHILADELPHIA 

KEYSTONE PHONE BELL PHONE 

GEORGE WEISS COMPANY 

Manufacturers of High-Grade 

CABINET WOODWORK 

MILL WORK AND STORE FIXTURES 
701-3-5 E. GIRARD AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Bell, Jefferson 6312 Keystone, East 75-23 

JOHN MARTIN 

MANUFACTURER OF 

PACKING BOXES 

1835-37 RUAN STREET PHILADELPHIA 

Established 1857 

ELLWOOD ALLEN LUMBER CO. 

SAW and PLANING MILLS 

Building Lumber, White Pine, Hardwood, Beaver Board, 

Sash, Doors, Shutters, Frames, Moulding, Sheetrock 

Trenton Ave, and Ann St. Philadelphia 

Bell Phone. Wyoming 9187 Keystone Phone. North 0057 

JOHN WARNER 

Hardwoods and Building 

LUMBER 

1707 Hunting Park ^ve. Philadelphia 

JOSEPH BERLINER 

...Metals... 

Richmond and Cumberland Sts. PHILADELPHIA 

113 



T/NNJEfiSA 

Sl/PP£/£S 

S9 N. 2JW.ST 

' PJ//lAD£lPm.PA.. 



c^J;^ 



HENRY H. SHEIP MANUFACTURING CO. 

HARDWOODS and POPLAR LUMBER 

Lock Corner and Polished Wood Boxes Cigar Boxes, Ribbons and Labels 

Offices, Cor. Columbia Ave. and Sixth St. - Phila., Pa. 

ART WALL DECORATIONS PAPERHANGING 

Edw. Kooperman & Sons, Inc. 

PAINTERS and DECORATORS 

Bell Phone. Poplar 0657 COR. 29TH AND POPLAR STS. Keystone Phone, Race 9676 

Nelson M. Vandegrift, President F. W. Hudtwalcker, Sec. and Treas. 

SHEIP & VANDEGRIFT, Inc. 

Manufacturers of 

Lumber — Mill Work — Boxes 

Electrotype Blocking THIN LUMBER Lock Corner Boxes 

Dimension Stock »ii ti- i ii j n i i Cigar Boxes 

Mouldings AH Ihicknesses Under Une Inch Wood Specialties 

812-832 North Lawrence Street 

Established 1880 PHILADELPHIA 

Bell Phone, Walnut 7087 Keystone, Race 1123 

S. YELLIN & SON 

Contractors and Builders 

STORE FRONTS 

222 North 11th Street Philadelphia 

Keystone Phone, Bell Phone, 

Main 4024, 402S, 4026 Lombard 4426, 4427, 4428 

H. PERILSTEIN 

POLISHED PLATE g^ 1 ** « « 

Jobber in ^j^ID WINDOW Vj I Cl S S 

Warehouse, 5 1 5 S. SixtH Street 

S10-S18 South Randolph Street PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

114 



Quaker City Cold Storage Co. 

Pipe Line Service Railroad Sidings 

Cold Storage Shippers of Ice 

Eliminate all your cold storage worries by storing with us, 
211 Callowhill St. Delaware Av. and Spruce St. Delaware and Snyder Aves. 

Market 0597 Lombard 8776 Oregon 6922 

Main 1776 Main 8391 Main 4011 

Our Facilities Enable Us To Give Prompt Efficient Service. 

E. HUBSCHMAN & SONS 

MANUFACTURERS 

FINE CALF LEATHERS 

S. W. CORNER ORIANNA AND WILLOW STREETS 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

BELL PHONE KEYSTONE PHONE 

STANDARD PROVISION COMPANY 

Franklin and Callowhill Streets, Philadelphia, Pa. 

PHONE, JACKSON 5384 

CROSS BROS. 

Wholesale Butchers 

ABATTOIR 

222-30 Moore Street PHILADELPHIA 



-Phones- 



MONUMENTAL WORKS OF 

B. REIBSTEIN 

Two Show Room*: 

Office: 

425 S. SIXTH STREET 

425 S. SIXTH STREET HAR NEBO CEMETERY 

BELL PHONE 

Booth Bottling Company, Inc. 

MANUFACTURERS OF , 

QUALITY SOFT DRINKS 

Clearfield and Ruth Sts. Plxiladelphia 

115 



Re-inforced Paving and 

Concrete Sewers 



JOHN S. BAILEY & BRO. 



Contractors 
& Engineers 



BUILDINGS 



Lansdale, Pa. Doylestown, Pa. 



116 



Bell 189 Keystone 49 



H. B. Rosenberger Co. 



COAL 



FEED, LUMBER and BUILDING MATERIAL 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

Groff & Carwithen 

COAL, FEED, LUMBER 

AND 

BUILDING MATERIALS 
Everything to Build Anything 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

BELL PHONE 420 KEYSTONE PHONE 42M 

117 



COLL) that keeps 



KELVINATOR 

Electric 
Refrigeration 



Charles B. Moyer 

Electrical Contracting and Supplies 

Doylestown, Pa. 



Automotive Electric Service 
Both Phones 



118 



Clymer s Department Store 

OUR SPECIALTIES: 

General Electric Refrigerators 

Maytag Washing Machines 

"Sunbeam" Cabinet Heaters 

Perfection Oil Stoves 

Stewart - Warner Radios 

Hoover and Universal Electric Cleaners 

Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets 

Bed Room, Dining Room and 

Living Room Furniture 



Bought in Carload Lots 



Doylestown, Pa. 



Frank C. Lewis 



Feed, Flour, Coal 
Lumber, Grain, Straw, Seeds 
Sand, Lime, Cement 
Fertilizers, Etc. 

Doylestown, Pa. 



119 



Dublin 
Pants Company 

I. ROD 

Dublin, Pa. 

F. D. Hartzel's Sons 
Company 



Flour, Feed, Coal, Seeds, 

Fertilizer and Builders' 

Supplies 



Chalfont, Pa. 



120 



JAMES B. FRETZ 

Coal, Lumber, Feed and Building Materials 

BELL PHONES; 
Yard, Doylestown 644-W Residence, Doylestown 322- J 

NEW BRITAIN, PA. 

W. C. Fleck & Bro., inc. 

ESTABLISHED 1865 

HARDWARE 

RIGHT GOODS - RIGHT SERVICE - RIGHT PRICES 

309 York Road -:- -:- Jenkintown, Pa. 

Ambler Asbestos Shingles 

protect the Dairy, Laboratory and Barns of 
Erlanger Farms, National Farm School. These 
fireproof, everlasting, rigid Shingles are made by 

Ambler Asbestos Shingle and Sheathing Company 

PHONE 2273 

JOHN J. BOLGER 

..Cut Stone Contractor.. 

FORD and LAFAYETTE STREETS NORRISTOWN, PA. 

121 



BELL PHONE: 35 

HENRY J. KAUFLIE 

Contractor and Builder 

Hardwood Floors — Laid, Scraped and Finished 

156 E. MAIN STREET : LANSDALE, PA. 

Estin^ates Furnished TREE SURGERY 

Telephone, 198 Lansdale 

RUSSELL STURZEBECKER 

Nurseryman and Landscape Architect 

EVERCREEN NURSERIES 

Taylor Rd. and Beth. Pike South Broad Street 

COLMAR, PA. LANSDALE, PA. 

Bell Telephone 297 

LANSDALE ICE AND STORAGE CO. 

INCORPORATED 

Depend on Ice in All Weather 

Plants 

LANSDALE, PA. 
PERKASIE, PA. 



Frank M. Weaver & Co., inc. 

Structural Steel WorJ^ 

Fabricators and Erectors 

LANSDALE, PENNSYLVANIA 

Interstate Hosiery Mills, Inc. 

NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. 
CHICAGO. ILL. CLEVELAND. OHIO ATLANTA. GA. 



Plants at 
New York City, N. Y. Clifton. N J. Bloomfield, N. J. Lansdale. Pa. 



POOL & SON 

Pantaloon Manufacturers 
LANSDALE, PA. 

122 



n» IV /f * 1 1 ^ ^"^ Streets 

orentina Mills, Lansdak.Pa. 



PHILADELPHIA OFFICE 
929 Chestnut Street 



Manufacturers of 

TAPESTRIES. UPHOLSTERY GOODS 
TEXTILES AND FRINGES 



We Solicit 

Your 
Inquiries 



Main Office: OGONTZ 

Phone Connection 



Plants: OGONTZ AND WYNCOTE 



Cheltenham "'"''^Sl^'""'' 

Of L * 1. . Faultless 

& Jenkintown ice 

Ice Manufacturing 

^^ Telephones: 

i^Ompany Ogomz 226-50 J Melrosel432 

Keller Glove Mfg. Co., inc. 

^^^y-,,-^ ~" j Manufacturers of 

J) Canvas, Jersey and Leather 
^ Palm Gloves 



PLUMSTEADVILLE, PENNA. 



Fritzlyn Farms 



GUERNSEYS 



W. F. FRETZ 

PIPERSVILLE - - . PENNA. 



A. R. MOVER 

Dealer in 

HORSES AND 
COWS 

Se°dTattle PERKASIE, PA. 



Bell Phone, 7I.J 
Free Delivery 



SHORE'S 
MARKET 

HOUSE Willow Grove, Pa 



FRESH FRUIT, VEGETABLES 
FISH AND OYSTERS 



NYCE- CRETE 
BLOCKS 

Sand, Lime, Cement, Steel Sash 
NYCE-CRETE Building Blocks 

Concrete Supply & Construc- 
tion Company, Doylestown, Pa. 

"Pioneer Block Makers" 

H. FISHMAN 

MANUFACTURER OF 

SHIRTS 

QUAKERTOWN, PA. 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 

SANDER'S PHOTO STUDIO 

Ijlrt Shop and^ 
Framing House ^ 

83 WEST STATE STREET DOYLESTOWN, PA, 

J. CARROLL MOLLOY 
REALTOR 



22 EAST COURT STREET - : - DOYLESTOWN. PA. 

Specializing in farm properties. A long experience in selling farms en- 
ables us to give you a new kind of service. Bring your problems to us. 

DOYLESTOWN STEAM LAUNDRY 

OFFICE AND PLANT 

201-05 North Broad Street 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

Hotel and Institution Work 

THE DERK MANUFACTURING CO. 

Manufacturers of 

Silk Damask, Tapestry Scarfs, Tapestry Pillow Cases and Cushions 

Table Covers, Portieres 

and Novelty Cross Stripe Summer Curtains 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

ESTABLISHED 1872 

HIST AND BROTHERS 

and ASBESTOS R C3 C3 F 1 iN Cj 

Spouting, Copper Cable Lightning Rods 

SHOP : SOUTH HAMILTON STREET - DOYLESTOWN. PA. 

Barker Pipe Fittings Company 

PHONE 4030 

MILL SUPPLIES CONTRACTORS' SUPPLIES 



Motors, Engines, Pumps . Concrete Mixers 

Light and Power Plants Pipe, Valves, Fittings 

MARKLEY STREET near MARSHALL NORRISTOWN, PA. 

124 



BeecWood 

Gas Ranges, Coal Ranges, Combination Coal and Gas 

Ranges, Warm Air and Pipeless Furnaces 

QUAKERTOWN STOVE WORKS, Quakertown, Pa. 

H. E. SNYDER CIGAR CO., inc, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

5c "cir^f' 5c ""'' 1 Oc "' a^r- 1 Oc 

H. S. SOUDER 



MANUFACTURER OF 



Wooden Cigar Boxes 

SOUDERTON, PA. 



Estate of GEORGE S. SNYDER 
Feed - Coal - Lumber " Building Material 

Manufacturer of 

Pure Buckwheat Flour 

Rye Flour and '^Excelsior Brands** Table Corn Meal 

PHONE 44 HATFIELD, PA. "Service and Quality" 

ROYAL PANTS CO. 

MANUFACTURER OF 

...FINE TROUSERS... 

WALNUT ST., NEAR MAIN ST. PERKASIE, PA. 

MAURICE A. NEINKEN, Mgr. 



Zendt Brothers 

Manufacturers of C/vO I MIiSKJ 



Souderton, Pa. 

125 



John F. Mcllvaine Co. 

325 MARKET STREET 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

COMBINATION 
Mac LAST 

BLACK KID TAN 

IN STOCK 
Sizes 3 to 9 Widths A to E 

ESTABLISHED 1817 

Monroe Bros. & Co. 

. Wholesale Distributors of 

SHOES and RUBBER 
FOOTWEAR 

49 NORTH THIRD STREET 
Philadelphia 



W. BODEK CO. 

Hosiery 

53-55 N. Third Street 
PHILADELPHIA 

CHARLES T. ROBINSON 

INCORPORATED 

Bags and 

Bagging 

107-109 Walnut Street 

PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

New York Office, 345 Broadway 

Brownhill & Kramer 

Manufacturers of 
FULL-FASHIONED 

HOSIERY 



East Columbia Ave. 
Memphis and Orange Streets 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



F. Brecht's Sons 



CIGAR BOX 

MANUFACTURERS 

109-113 North Orianna St. 
PHILADELPHIA 



Compliments of 

PHOENIX PAINT 
and VARNISH CO. 

Established 1829 Both Telephones 

CHARLES DORRANCE JONES 

BALKAN MOTOR 
OILS and GREASES 

Office: 429 LOCUST STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



CHAS E. NOBLIT 

President 



JOS. KOHN 
Vice-President 



NoblitBros.&Co. 

Incorporated 

Jobbers of 

Cabinet Hardware and 
Upholsterers' Supplies 

111 S. Second Street, Philadelphia 

Established 1 849 Incorporated 1917 

JACOB BULKIN 

MAKER OF 

COATS, SUITS 
AND DRESSES 



N. W. Cor. 10th and Filbert Streets 
PHILADELPHIA 



126 



Bell, Market 1036 



Keystone, Park 2817 Compliments of 



D. Becker & Sons 

Manufacturers of 

UPHOLSTERED 
FURNITURE 

1151 to 1161 N. THIRD STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Grover- Ferguson Co. 

Successor to 

John D. Grover & Sons Co. 

WOOL and HAIR 
Somerset and Tulip Sts. 

PHILADELPHIA 

Philip L. Sheerr 

AND SONS 

Manufacturers 

Hairvas 

Soft Roll Interlinings 

Torresdale Ave. and Church St. 
Frankford, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bell Telephone, Frankford 0197 

Sylvania Dyeing Co., Inc. 

DYERS and BLEACHERS 

of 

SILK HOSIERY 

4351 ELIZABETH STREET 

FRANKFORD, PHILADELPHIA 



S. STONE 

P. ROBERMAN 



Phones 



Market 0841 
Park 4823 



Grand Upholstered 
Furniture Co. 

Designers and Manufacturers of 

Exclusive Upholstered Furniture 

837-839-841 NORTH THIRD STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



ARMON & 
COMPANY 

35 S. Second Street 

PHILADELPHIA 



Bell Phone 
Regent 8939 



Keystone Phone 
Park 4083 



M.Halpern&Sons,Inc. 

Manufacturers of High Grade 

PARLOR FRAMES 

2229-31 N. American St. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

John J. McGrath, inc. 

Manufacturer 

COTTON 

AND WOOL WASTE 

WIPING CLOTHS 

1340 North Front Street 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Alfred C. Haines 

PLATE and WINDOW 

GLASS 

56 NORTH FRONT STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



Bell Phone 
Market 4322 



Keystone Phone 
Main 9091 



STANDARD 

UPHOLSTERED 

FURNITURE 

Fine Parlor and 
Library Furniture 

207-209 North Second Street 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



127 



Bell Phone 
Columbia 7375 



Keystone Phone 
Park 1244 



H. W. Newman 



Barrel 



Dealer in New - -r _^ -^ «- ,*^ m ^ 

and Second Hand 11 3, f F G 1 S 



2617-31 W.Harold St. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Both Phones 

Leon W. Meyers 

"THE 
ACORN 
PRESS'* 

44 North Sixth Street 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Straub Building 
Blocks 

Used for 
Every 
Building 
Purpose 

National Building Units 
Corporation 



are used in the Administra- 
tive and Mechanical Build- 
ings of The National Farm 
School. 



1600 Arch St. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 



Telephone Connections 
Cable Address: "KEMPF" Philadelphia 

Wm. F. Kempf & Son 

Manufacturers of 

COCOA MATS 
and MATTING 

1027 North Fourth Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Birthday and Wedding Cakes 
A Specialty 

Wang's Ice Cream 

Our Own Make 

1428 W. Columbia Avenue 

Pastry, Coffee Cakes, Rolls 
Fresh Strawberry Ice Cream 

Phone, Stevenson 8308 



BELL PHONE 



ALBERT F. KAERCHER 



ROOFING 
HEATING 



Safety Guard Appliances 
Sheet Metal Work . . 



OFFICE 

2904-06 West Fletcher Street 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

H. Toggweiler 

HEATERS 
RANGES 
ROOFING 

3 1 20 Ridge Avenue 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Adelphia 
Pearl 
Button Co. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

PEARL BUTTONS 

3509-1 1 N. Randolph St. 

PHILADELPHIA. PA. 
Bell, Market 394S Keystone, Main S871 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

The Clean Towel Supply Co. 

430 RACE STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Office and Factory Towel Service 

ARMY and NAVY GOODS 

of Every Description 

Complete Camping Equipments 

Write— Phone— Call on Us 

DREIFUS & CO., Inc. 

2007-2009 Frankford Avenue 

12 and 14 South Second Street 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



128 



Both Phones 

Standard Packing Box Co. 

Manufacturers of 

The kind of BOXES You want 

WHEN YOU WANT THEM 



A and Venango Streets 
PHILADELPHIA 

Established 1883 

John Galbraith 

WOODEN BOXES, CRATES 
AND SHOOKS 

Schuylkill Ave. and Bainbridge St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Now Is the Time For 

Mineral Shingles, Window 
Screens and Doors 

White Pine— Full Length. 1 yi" Thick. 
Complete. Copper-Bronze Wire 

ALEXANDER ADAIRE 

Howard and Berks Streets 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Jas. S. McCauley J. Irvine Crummer 

ESTABLISHED 1857 

J. & W. McCAULEY 

PACKING BOX 

MANUFACTURERS 

963-971 FRANKFORD AVENUE 
PHILADELPHIA 



Telephones 



Lombard 



(5796 

I 5797 



Main 7724 



PHILADELPHIA 



NEW YORK 



N. &. H. O'Donnell Cooperage Co. 

Manufacturers of 

SLACK BARRELS 



MOORE STREET. WATER TO SWANSON 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



J. T. RILEY, Inc. 
LUMBER 

618 AND 626 PINE STREET 
Philadelphia 

Joseph Hyde James A. Richardson 

HYDE & RICHARDSON 

Hardwood, While Pine and Building 

LUMBER 

29th Street and Sedgley Avenue 
PHILADELPHIA 

PHONES 



Bell, Col. 5123 



Keystone, Park 5012 



„,,/-> (8720 Louis M. Buzby 

Bell, Oregon ^ ^j^l G. Harold Buzby 

Keystone, Main 7589 

C. M. Buzby & Sons 

LUMBER and MILL WORK 
WALL BOARDS 

612-632 WASHINGTON AVE. 
Philadelphia 



Both Phones 



Harry Stave 



Eastern Iron and Metal Co. 

DEALERS IN 

SCRAP IRON, STEEL 
and METALS 

Office and Yard 

2152-54-56 N. Marshall Street 

PHILADELPHIA 

Bell, Diamond 2469 Columbia SS28 

Keystone, Park 402S 

Joseph Albert & Son 

DEALERS IN 

SCRAP IRON and METALS 

Highest Prices Paid 

1806-08-10 N. 25th St. Philadelphia 



129 



Bell Phone, Lombard 2402 

Enterprise Fish Co. 

ISADORE KOFF, Proprietor 
Wholesale Commission Dealers in 

FRESH AND 17 ¥ C U 
SALT WATER MT 1 O FIL 

Terrapin, Game, &c. 

No. 4 DOCK ST. FISH MARKET 



Both Phones 

Friedman & Belack 

Manufacturers and Wholesalers of 

Fine Provisions 

634-36 WASHINGTON AVE. 

U. S. Government Inspected 



Bell, Oregon 8104-8105 



Keystone, Main 2721 



Julius Lackow Harry Kimmelman 

Max Cohen 

South Philadelphia 
Dressed Beef Company 

ABATTOIR AND OFFICE 

232 TO 240 MOORE STREET 



C. HYMAN 



H. LIEBERMAN 



HYMAN & LIEBERMAN 

Wholesale Commission Merchants in 

FRUITS and PRODUCE 

127 DOCK STREET 

Telephone Connections PHILA., PA. 



FRANK KELLEY, Jr. 
President 



FRANK KELLEY 
Secretary and Treasurer 



Peerless Belt Lacing Machine Co. 

Manufacturers of the 

PEERLESS BELT LACER 

Coiled Wire Lacing, Spiral Needles and Rawhide Pins 
SWANSON & MOORE STS. 

Telephone Connection PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Cable Address: "COGS" Philadelphia 



Bell, Lombard 3395 Keystone, Main 1409 

ROSEMOUNT TUB BUTTER 

SAMUEL SALER 

Dealer in 

BUTTER, EGGS AND CHEESE 

Office and Warehouse 

38 SOUTH WATER STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Bell Phone 
Oregon 4340-1-2-3 



Keystone Phone 
Main 9247 



Risser & Rabinowitz, Inc. 

FANCY MILK FED 

POULTRY 

Dressed daily in our own plant 
Office and Salesrooms 

Delaware Ave. and Mifflin St. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

BELL, JACKSON 1 675 KEYSTONE, MAIN 1 039 

DAVID AVERBACH 

Manufacturer of and Wholesale Dealer in 

BOLOGNA, SAUSAGES 
PICKLED TONGUES, BEEF, ETC. 

S. E. Cor. Moyamensing Ave. and Moore St. 
PHILADELPHIA 



Established 1892 



Both Phones 



S. Sklarof f & Sons 

SMOKED FISH 
ESTABLISHMENT 

Importers and Packers of 

Scotch, Alaska 1_T <-. ~, •• i ».> rr 
and Holland H C T T 1 H g 

712-714 S. Second Street 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

MAHLON A. YOUNG 

MANUFACTURER "t f^ J7 
AND SHIPPER OF -i- ^^ *-^ 

MAIN OFFICE AND PLANT 

1944-52 N. PHILIP STREET 



p. & R. Railway Co. Depot. 

American and Berk.3 Streets 

2144-46 Clenwood Avenue 



130 



Compliments of 

DOYLESTOWN TRUST COMPANY 

Thirty-three Years of Successful 
Trust Company Service 

Authorized Capital, $250,000.00 

Paid-Up Capital 125.000.00 

Surplus 325,000.00 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



BELL PHONE 176.M 

W. L. HEACOCK 

Manufacturer of and Dealer in 

Hardwood Lumber 

171 MECHANIC STREET 
DOYLESTOWN. PA. 

WM. P. ELY & SON 



Dealers 



Ready -to -Wear Clothing 
for 

Men, Boys, Children 
Gents' Furnishing 

Goods, Hats, Caps, 
Boots and Shoes 

DOYLESTOWN. PA. 



Compliments of 

The Keller Whilldin 
Pottery Company 

Manufacturers of 

Standard Flower Pots 

Azalea Pots 

Bulb Pans, Etc. 

North Wales, Pa. 

Long Distance Phone 170 

S. H. KENDIG 

Contracting 
Pants Maker 

Lansdale, Pa. 



Bell Phone 286 W 



HARRY R. BARRETT 



'""^..'"■Hardware 



General 
Suppliea 



Cor. Ashland and Main Sts. 
DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

Established 1892 

S. H. SWARTLEY 

MANUFACTURER OF and DEALER IN 

Pure Cider and Cider Vinegar 

New Barrels and Kegs 

Cider Mill and Warehouse, 228 to 240 Wood St. 
DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

Thomas Lyons 

Watches, Clocks, 

Jewelry and 

Silverware 

Repairing a Specialty 

Doylestown, Pa. 

Store 414-J Residence 193-R 

H. R. GEHMAN 



Manufacturer 
of 



Harness 



RAYBESTOS 

Scientific Air Brake Tester Station; 

Collars, Blankets, Trunks, Bags, 

Auto Robes and Auto Supplies, Etc. 

Automobile Tires and Tubes 

DO YLESTOWN, PENNA. 



/. G. GODSHALL 

Manufacturer of 

White and Fancy 

SHIRTS 

^'T'bLT TELFORD. PA. 



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Dr. Wesley Massinger 



Veterinarian 



CHALFONT 



PENNA. 



W. H. Zimmerman 

STEAM AND HOT Plumbing 

WATER HEATING Jr^_H^R12K 
Pumps, Water Wheels 
Hydraulic Rams, Etc. 

Agent for 
Silent Automatic Oil Burners 

109 E. Main St., Lansdale, Pa. 



Compliments of 

JOSEPH J. DAVIS 

LANSDALE, PA. 

Hobart M. Bergey 

HORSESHOEING 
General Blacksmithing 

Courtland St., near Susquehanna 
LANSDALE, PA. 

y^ompliments of 

George R. Beidler 

PERKASIE, PA. 



Say It With Flowers 

PETER HELLBERG 
Florist 

CHALFONT. PA. 

L. M. SCHWENK 



Clothing 
Manufacturer 

PERKASIE, PENNA. 

PHONES, OGONTZ 1178-1179 

Jenkintown Market 

B. COHN, Prop. 

FANCY FRUITS and VEGETABLES 

High Grade Groceries and Delicatessen 
Fresh Meats . . , Sea Food 

304 York Road JENKINTOWN, PA. 

Compliments of 

Mrs. J. C. Crouthamel 

Clothing 
Manufacturer 

PERKASIE, PA. 

H. A. DETWEILER 

Manufacturer of 

Fine Trousers 

Seventh and Arch Streets 
PERKASIE, PA. 



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Established 1861 Telephone Connection 

J. B. Shoemaker's Sons 

Wholesale Dealers in 

PACKING BOXES 

Office, Factory and Warehouse 

Front and E. Clearfield Sts. 
PHILADELPHIA. PA. 



SHOETTLE 
PAPER BOX COMPANY 

FRONT AND LAUREL STREETS 
PHILADELPHIA 

RALPH J. SHOETTLE 

Manager 



Berry Crates 
Bushels 



Peach Carriers 
yi Baskets 



DAVID GOLDMAN & BRO. 

218 S. FRONT STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

AH Varieties of Fruit Packages for Farmers 
OUR SPECIALTY 



PHONE. NORRISTOWN 791 

ASBESTOS INSULATING 
COMPANY 

H. NELSON REIFSNYDER 

NORRISTOWN, PA. 

Bell Telephone, Willow Grove 341 

Stone Work Brick Work 

Excavating Cement Work 

LANZETTA COMPANY 

Contractors of General Masonry 

120 PARK VIEW AVENUE 
WILLOW GROVE, PA. 



Bi 



Phones ■ Pop'""" 5372 We Buy and Sell 

I Race - 4573 Everything in Burlap 

Guarantee Burlap Bag Co. 

Incorporated 
NEW AND SECOND-HAND 

AGS 
URLAP 
jAGGING 

ARREL COVERS 

27th and Brown Sts., Philadelphia 
Poplar 2794 Established 1885 Race 3452 

N. BRITTINGHAM & SONS 

Manufacturers, Jobbers and Importers 

GENERAL CLEANING SUPPLIES 

and Government Supply Contractors 

BRUSHES I^H^iSt^l?^ BROOMS 

Show Room Main Office and Warehouse 

1315 RIDGE AVE. 626 N. 13th ST. 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



MINK SMELTING 

... AND ... 

REFINING WORKS 

N. E, Corner 
18th and Washington Ave. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Bell, Market 1373 
Keystone, Main 1725 

WILLIAM J. KEES 
PACKING BOX 

MANUFACTURER 

111-13-15-17 N. ORIANNA ST. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

J. BENDER 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

RAGS, PAPER, IRON 
and METALS 



2521 RIDGE AVENUE 



PHILA. 



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J5he 

Northwestern Trust 
Company 

RIDGE AND COLUMBIA AVENUES 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Capital - - $150,000 

Surplus and Profits, $1,675,000 
On Deposit over $11,300,000 



THE PLACE to do your general 

Banking and deposit your 

savings 



4 per cent. Interest on Savings 

Fund Accounts 
and 2 per cent, subject to Check 



Open Mondays and Fridays until 9 P. M, 



WILLIAM FREIHOFER ALEX. D. ROBINSON 

Preaident Treasurer 



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