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FOUNDER 



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BE AN OPTIMIST 

Do not let the present depression of investments be 
the cause of withholding your usual generous aid. Fixed 
incomes may have been temporarily impaired, but condi- 
tions are bound to improve. 

We make this earnest plea for your support! Our 
problem of raising funds this year will be difficult, and 
your aid is absolutely necessary to carry on. 

Even though it be a hardship to make contributions 
just now, do not shirk your responsibility of helping con- 
structive charity. 

Education and character building of under-privi- 
leged boys are noble and satisfactory philanthropies — 
investments paying large dividends in health, happiness 
and national prosperity. 

May we count on your help? 

HERBERT D. ALLMAN, 

President. 



THIRTY - THIRD 

ANNUAL REPORT 

OF 

The National Farm 
School 



Farm School 
Bucks County 
Pennsylvania 




1930 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



OFFICERS AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

Hart Blumenthal, 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 
Adolph Eichholz 
Harry Felix 
Morris Fleishman 



Term Expires 1931 
Mrs. Gabriel Blum 
Harry Burstein 
Horace T. Fleisher 
Roy a. Heymann 
Chas. Kline 
Elias Nusbaum 
Leon Rosenbaum 
Philip Sterling 
Wm. S. Washerman 



Simon Friedberger 
Daniel Gimbel 
Jos. H. Hinlein 
Harry' B. Hirsh 
Henry A. James 



Dr. Bernard Kohn 
M. R. Krauskopf 
Leon Merz 
Louis Nusbaum 
Bernard Selig 



Morris A. Kaufmann L H. Silverman 



Alfred M. Klein 

ELECTED MEMBERS 

Term Expires 1932 
Wm. H. Fines briber 
Jos. H. Hagedorn 
Julian A. Hillman 
Maurice Jacobs 
Louis Schlesinger 
Mrs. Arthur K. Stern 
Isaac Stern 
Grant Wright 



Jos. N. Snellenburg 



Term Expires 1933 
Drue N. Allman 
Isidore Baylson 
H. Richard Hano 
Stanley H. Hinlein 
Louis A. Hirsch 
Mrs. Jos. Krauskopf 
Edwin H. Silverman 
Jas. Work 



Miss A. M. Abrahamson, Wm. Abrahamson, Mrs. Miriam 
Isaacs, Field Secretaries 



WOMEN'S COMMITTEE 

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



Mrs. A. J. Bamberger 

Mrs. Henry S. Belber 

Mrs. D. T. Berlizheimer Mrs. Hiram Hirsch 

Mrs. Gabriel Blum :\lrs. A. M. Klein 

Mrs. Jacob Blumenthal Mrs. Bernard Kohn 

Mrs. Alex Fleisher INIrs. M. R. Krauskopf 



Mrs. Simon Friedberger Mrs. A. Marks 
Mrs. Sara Goldsmith Miss M. Oppenheimer 

Mrs. H. Rosenthal 
Mrs. R. B. Schoneman 
Mrs. Arthur K. Stern 



EXECUTIVE OFFICES 
1701 Walnut Street, Philadelphia 



THE NATIONAL FARjAI SCHOOL 



NATIONAL BOARD OF STATE DIRECTORS 

LOUIS SCHLESINGER, Newark, N. J., Chairman 



Edmund H. Abrahams, Savannah, Ga. 
B. Abrohams, Green Bay, Wis. 
Herman Adaskin, 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. 
Melvin Behrends, Washington, D. C. 
I. W. Bernheim, Louisville, Ky. 
R. D. Blum, Nashville, Tenn. 
S. B. Brunwasser, Pittsburgh, Pa., 
Edgar M. Cahn, New Orleans, La. 
Edward M. Chase, Manchester, N. H. 
Julius L. Cohen, Superior, Wis. 
Louis Cohen, Ft. Smith, Ark. 
Miss Felice Cohn, Reno, Ncv. 
Herman Cone, Greensboro, N. C. 
Max De Jong, Evansville, Ind. 
Aaron DeRoy, Detroit, Mich. 
Nathan Eckstein, Seattle, Wash. 
Samuel Edelberg, Saranac Lake, N. T. 
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. 
Max Friedwald, Billings, Mont. 
Myer Friendly, Elmira, N. Y. 
Julius Glaser, St. Louis, Mo. 
Judge Edward I. Gleszer, Bangor, Me. 
M. E. Greenbaum, Chicago, 111. 
Milton D. Greenbaum, IJaltimore, Md. 
N. Greengard, Mandan, N. D. 
Ivan Grunsfeld, Albuquerque, N. M. 
Mrs. H. A. Guinzberg, New York, N. Y. 
Judge Samuel J. Harris, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Sieg. Harzfeld, Kansas City, Mo. 
Hugo Heiman, Little Rock, Ark. 
Henry Hirsch, Toledo, O. 
Wm. L. Holzman, Omaha, Neb. 
Robt. W. Isaacs, Clayton, N. M. 
Nathan Jaffa, Santa Fe, N. M. 
Simon Jankowsky, Tulsa, Okla. 
Julius Janowitz, New York, N. Y, 
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 Mayfield, Boise, Idaho. 

Sam Meyer, Meridian, Miss. 

William Meyer, Butte, Mont. 

L. Migel, Waco, Tex. 

Abe Miller, Chicago, 111. 

Louis Mosenfelder, Rock Island, 111. 

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, Yakima, Wash. 

Myron Porges, Pocatello, Idaho. 

James A. Pratt, Loch Raven, Md. 

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. 
Isadore Weil, Montgomery, Ala. 
Jonas Weil, Lexington, Ky. 
Morris Weil, Lincoln, Neb. 
Leo Weinberg, Frederick, Md. 
Harry Weinberger, San Diego, Cal. 
Samuel M. Weinstein, Roanoke, Va. 
James Weintraub, Los Angeles, Cal. 
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. Goodung, B.Sc, M.Sc. (Pennsylvania State College) ; Dean of 
the School, Professor 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. 

Julian B. Feibelman, Rabbi (Hebrew Union College) ; A.M. (University 
of Pennsylvania) ; Chaplain. 

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

Mrs. Rose Bergman, Matron. 

AGRONOMY 

Otto A. Stangel, M.Sc. (Wisconsin) ; Head of the Department, Super- 
intendent 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. 

C. J. McQuigg, Instructor in Shop Work, 

HORTICULTURE 

David M. Purmell, B.Sc. (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 

Francis X. Brenneis, B.S.A. (Connecticut Agricultural College) ; Head 

of Department. 
Wesley Massinger, D.V.S. (New York University) ; Veterinary Science. 
Cecil J. Toor (National Farm School) ; Poultry. 
Floyd Cook, Herdsman. 

ACADEMIC 

Miss Jean Banks, Teacher of History and English. 



Allen H. Moore, M.D. (Jeflferson Medical College); Chief Physician; 

Lecturer in Hygiene. 
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. ALLMAN 

TO THE 

THIRTY-THIRD ANNUAL MEETING 

OF 

THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

OCTOBER 12, 1930 



The mid-summer heat is ended. Bright greens are fast 
fading, replaced by cooler and more somber tints of autumn. 
Nature is adapting deeper, yet softer hues of foliage. There is 
a new note of color harmony in field and forest. After tbe snows 
of winter pass, plant life, having rested, will again spring forth 
in full glory. As fruit and grain ripen and are gathered in the 
slanting rays of an autumnal sun, they offer a fitting background 
for this Annual Harvest Festival. 

The trustees, faculty and students welcome you here today 
to celebrate the thirty-third annual meeting of The National 
Farm School, founded by the Reverend Joseph Krauskopf. 

The year just past, from every angle except that of income, 
has been highly successful and constructive. One may now con- 
template and enjoy the finished results of the comprehensive 
building program begun a decade ago. This year a farm me- 
chanics' building, administration offices, macadam roads, me- 
morial gates and other improvements have been added. Few 
agricultural schools or colleges offer more comfortable dormi- 
tories, better curriculum, classrooms, laboratories, or more beau- 
tiful campus. The Krauskopf Memorial and Forum Library is 
comparable to that of many colleges, credit for much of its ex- 
pansion being due our Library Chairman, Mr. Hart Blumenthal, 
and our competent school librarian. 

The question important to every young man is: "What shall 
I do?" In America one may enter the vocation that appeals to 
him. To be prepared for the competition met with in every en- 
deavor, a high school education is a fundanuental. 

Farms are fast becoming specialized. They afford an ideal 
home and lucurative vocation to those who "know how." Those 



6 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

not possessing ability to perform work skillfully, make wise busi- 
ness decisions and eo-operate efficiently, should seek elsewhere. 

The movement from farm to city has been slowing up, indi- 
cating the economic force back of past farm migration. Every 
endeavor should be made to check farm depopulation — it imperils 
national vitality'. City life tends to devitalize its mass of poor 
inhabitants. Contact with the land makes for a stronger race. 

The advantages of city life are often misleading — crowded 
living, M'orking indoors, unemployment, traffic's roar, city 
clamors, smoke nuisances — all tend to shorten life and reduce 
efficiency. 

The recent census shows that large metropolitan centers are 
now losing population in greater proportion to rural districts. 
Overcrowded cities are becoming less popular to home-seekers, 
who realize the benefits of sunshine, push out into farming dis- 
tricts, bring higher real estate values to farm acreage, retard 
farm abandonment and encourage "a back to the farm move- 
ment." 

Our students, because of scrutinizing attention given to 
selection, have proven worthy of the free scholarship covering 
the three years' course in agriculture offered to underprivileged 
boys, irrespective of creed. They are of good character, husky, 
alert and healthy, and have a keen desire to make some branch 
of argiculture their vocation. Most of them are high school 
graduates, strikingly in contrast to our earlier history, when 
most entrants came from elementary grades. 

Every year because of limited capacity we turn away scores 
of worthy lads. Those accepted appreciate thieir opportunities, 
demonstrated by fine deportment, keen interest in studies and 
field practice. Wie are pleased with freshmen, juniors and seniors 
and proud of our graduates who are making good. 

During the early summer Mr. Louis Wolf, one of Philadel- 
phia's outstanding philanthropists and welfare workers, with Mr. 
Louis SchLesinger, Dean Goodling and your President, made a 
tour of some thousand miles, visiting graduates on farms, dairies 
and nurseries in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Maryland. This 
survey proved interesting to graduates, employers and the school. 
A full account of this trip and its findings, published in the stu- 
dents' school paper, will be mailed upon request. 

Whether in agriculturie, business or profession, every 
Alumnus enthusiastically volunteers that to The National Farm 
School he gives full credit for his success. The percentage of our 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 7 

graduates in agTiculture and allied industries is larger compara- 
tively than tabulated figures of most universities and colleges. 

We are indebted to our Alumni who, while not rich in 
worldly goods, are lenergetic and enthusiastic for their Alma 
Mater/ By a strenuous campaign among their various chapters 
they secured sufficient funds to purchase and present to their 
school a property abutting ours on three sides, known as the 
Homer Farm. For many years Dr. Krauskopf and the Trustees 
looked longingly upon this choice land, always beyond their 
financial reach. It includes a good house, comfortably furnished 
by the Women's Committee, now used as an Alumni home. This, 
our tenth unit, will be known as the "Isaac Stern Farm,'' a 
tribute to their National President's tireless work in helping 
make this gift possible. It is my prediction the near future will 
gneatly enhance the value of this finely located property on 
Doylestown's main highway. 

Comments of learned economists regarding agricultural ills 
do not always agree, thus tending to puzzle the lay mind. No 
less an authority than Roger W. Babson, after a recent trip 
through the Middle West, said: "I am more convinced than ever 
that 1931 will be a better agricultural year than our country has 
had for some time." 

Another economist claims that agricultural boom days are 
over, that production has caught up with population, and that 
the farmer 's future prosperity depends upon his ability as a busi- 
ness man. The farmer, like the investor, has had a paper loss of 
billions, because of depreciation on his land, improvements, ma- 
chinery and live stock. The expansion of agriculture will depend 
on developing new foreign markets and in this, competition will 
be met from Canada, South America and Eussia. 

Prices in agricultural foodstuffs should tjend upwards be- 
cause the greatly exaggerated fear of extensive crop shortage 
and loss in grain harvesting Avill help absorb the previous heavj- 
surplus, particularly in wheat. Apparently prices have turned 
the corner, but no great boom must be expected. Declining retail 
and commodity prices will improve the farmer's position — what 
he sells will be worth more in terms of what he buys. 

We are heartily in accord with the prediction that condi- 
tions are improving. Agriculture, like business and manufactur- 
ing, has been hard hit, but farming is becoming better organized, 
more mechanized and the Government is giving real help in 
marketing. With changing conditions, benefits will accrue 
through good help at lower wages, and the harvesting of larger 
crops at less cost. 



8 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

Students of The National Farm School are trained in the 
theory and practice of farming, as well as in the importance of 
advantageously marketing their product. Hence, its graduates 
qualify both as farmers and business men. We believe in time 
this institution will become the archetype of similar schools 
throughout the country. 

An alert man behind the machine illustrates the American 
idea of progress. The picture of the bent plowman is fast disap- 
pearing. Present-day conditions, plus the ingenuity of our in- 
ventors, necessitate a radical change in training farmers. 

Therefore, the most utilitarian improvement ever made in 
the School's history is the erection and equipment of a Farm 
Mechanics Building. It comprises two large well-lighted floors, 
excellent workshops for mechanical activities, woodturning 
lathes, forges, automotive electricity and modern farm traction 
machinery, loaned to us by the International Harvester Company, 
Deere & Compny, J. I. C, and other nationally-known implement 
makers who from time to time conduct demonstrations upon their 
labor-saving machinery. 

The upper floor contains spacious classrooms, where subjects 
in the theory of farm mechanics are taught. All students are 
required to use and understand the operation of farm equipment 
in order to become familiar with the great variety of tools and 
repair operations so essential to the up-to-date farm. 

Realizing the necessity and importance of this building, we 
allocated a part of our limited capital to erect it. We hope 
generous friends will help replace these funds. During this 
temporary depression all institutions are suffering through in- 
come shrinkage. Notwithstanding rigid economy, our unbal- 
anced budget shows a heavy deficit, yet our Board having care- 
fully curtailed all expenditures, decided to continue the regular 
student classes. Even were we to cut the enrollment 50 per cent., 
the net saving in overhead would be but the additional cost of 
food consumed. Such reduction would be disheartening to 
students now at the School, and to the hundreds already clamor- 
ing for entrance next year. 

We are justified in believing that financial conditions will 
soon right themselves. Improvements in business invariably 
follow period depressions. The foundation for business recovery 
will be based upon buying power, due to accumulated con- 
sumption. People will not purchase merchandise unless abso- 
lutely required. As confidence is restored and needs grow, buy- 
ing will be greatly accelerated, tending towards increased pro- 





JOSEPH KKArSKOPF LIIJKAKY 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 9 

diiction, more .employment and gradual trade revival. Fear is 
always a handicap. General Apathy, too long in the saddle, must 
be superseded by General Stability. Our temporary economic 
problems are more human than academic, as they involve the 
happiness of millions of homes. Speculation in securities was 
secondary to the collapse in prices, due to V70rld-V7ide overpro- 
duction in raw materials. This affiected buying power at home 
and abroad, reduced demand for manufactured goods and 
directly contributed to unemployment. Nevertheless, the future 
prosperity of this great nation is safe. Our people have capacity, 
enterprise and courage. Therefore, we should be first to recover 
and readjust ourselves, as in 1922. The question of surest indi- 
cations of approaching good times is a moot one. Better freight 
car loadings, commodity prices, building contracts, volume of 
money in circulation and wheat exports are some of the many 
contributing and encouraging factors. 

Psychology plays an important part. Business, when in a 
state of stagnation, recuperates when the public and industry 
reverse themselves by starting to buy goods. Prices were too 
high, as they are now too low. We should put ourselves in the 
frame of mind that the financial situation is improving, in order 
to start a revival in business. To restore confidenee, fear and 
pessimism must be eliminated. This great nation cannot be 
wrecked because of the hectic speculation in Wall Street last 
year. Large building projects have been started by Federal, 
State and city governments. Great railroads and utility corpora- 
tions are spending hundreds of millions. Chambers of Commerce 
and merchant organizations are strenuously broadcasting the 
"Buy Now" slogan, which if followed hy the masses will help to 
circulatie money and increase employment. Capitalists whose in- 
comes have not been reduced, and those now employed, harm the 
country as well as themselves, when they refuse to expend money 
normally. To lose a part of our capital is unpleasant. To lose 
hope, nerve and ambition is disastrous. Let us be optimistic! 

Our National Board of 120 State Directors, under the Chair- 
manship of Mr. Louis Schlesinger, has been most helpful to the 
School. 

The health of students, faculty and staff has been excellent, 
greatly to the credit of our School physician. Dr. Allen H. Moore. 
His volunteer lecture courses on hygiene, discipline and curtesy 
are a valuable asset to the. curriculum. 

On March 23rd we graduated 50 young men who are now 
happily employed in some branch of agriculture. 



10 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

Credit for the 1930 best and largest farm crop returns is due 
to Dean Goodling, and the co-operation of his worthy faculty and 
student body. 

In his report he will tell of a convention held at the School 
by Pennisjdvania 's potato growers, some 7,000 in number, who 
were hig-hly impressed with our curriculum, fields, dairies and 
livestock. 

The Philadelphia Optimistic Club enjoyed their second 
annual outing as our guests for a day in May. 

The School's athletic teams have been almost 100 per cent, 
victorious. The football team made a classic record — they were 
undefeated, a credit to the School and the able coaching of Mr. 
Samuel B. Samuels, Assistant to the Dean, The baseball, basket- 
ball and other teams also under his coaching made glorious 
records, of which Trustees, faculty and students are proud. 

Lieutenant Joseph Frankel, Philadelphia's outstanding band- 
master, deserves, and we herewith offer, appreciation and con- 
gratulations for his volunteer services in training the 40-piece 
Farm School Band. 

"The Gleaner," the students' magazine, edited and published 
by them, is a clean, educational publication. Did you read a 
recent story published in the Philadelphia "Jewish Exponent," 
telling about one of our boys — a former editor on "The Gleaner" 
staff? After graduation he secured a job on one of New York's 
big dailies. His success and promotion were phenomenal. Today 
he earns a salary of $6,500 — good wages for a kid. But that's not 
all. He tells us "this is but a means to an end." Just as soon 
as he saves enough money to buy a farm, he will return to the 
outdoor work he majored in and loves. 

Our monthly meetings have been fully attended and to all 
officers, chairmen and committees we offer appreciation and 
thanks for harmonious support and co-operation. 

To the dean, faculty, office, field staff and domestic help, we 
express commendation and thanks. 

In concluding, we extend sincere gratitude to our many 
friends for their generous aid, adding an urgent plea for a liberal 
continuance of your much appreciated help. By giving the 
underprivileged boj' his chance — an opportunity to train for a 
healthy, happy vocation and worthy citizenship — you aid one of 
the finest and noblest endeavors in philanthropy — a Jewish trib- 
ute to American agriculture. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 11 

THIRTIETH GRADUATION 

March 23, 1930 

The Thirtieth Annual Graduation Exercises were held in the 
recently completed Farm Mechanics and Administration Build- 
ing, on the grounds of The National Farm School, Sunday after- 
noon, March 23, 1930. 

Many sections of the country were represented among the 
forty-nine graduates who received diplomas for the successful 
completion of the three-year course. 

Freedom, earned independence, a personal business and op- 
portunity for success, if business methods are applied to agri- 
culture, were the rewards held out by Herbert D. AUman, Presi- 
dent of the School, in his farewell message to the graduates. 

Dr. Wm. H. Fineshriber, of Philadelphia, who delivered the 
Graduation Address, said, in part: "I wish every college student 
could go through the course you graduates have during the last 
three yeavs. What a different sort of civilization this soon would 
be ! Some colleges already have seen the light and are giving 
their students an opportunity to do some actual work. Out of 
the Farm School come not only farmers, but citizens in every 
sense of the word." 

Prof. C. L. Goodling, Dean of the School, presided, and 
awarded the diplomas and prizes. The Salutatory was given by 
Frank W. Moskowitz; the Valedictory by J. Edward Seipp. 
"The Presentation of the Hoe" was made by Milton Werrin, 
Class President. 

Prizes for project work in the various departments were pre- 
sented to Kenneth Campbell, J. Edward Seipp, Michael Oros, Jr., 
David Kaplan, Russell Broadbent and Nathan Werrin. "The 
Meyer Rothstein Prize" for highest scholarship went to J. Ed- 
ward Seipp; the Philadelphia Optimist Club Medal to the student 
most loyal to school administration, Nathan Werrin, who also 
received the Dr. Wesley Maissinger Veterinary Prize. A special 
prize in Dairying, offered by the heads of the department, was 
given to Samuel Baron. Prizes offered by Mr. Grant Wright 
were awarded to members of the School Band for outstanding 
work. 



12 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

The lists of graduates and their addresses and the branches 
in which they specialized, folloAv : 

DAIRY DEPARTMENT 

Samuel Baron, Burlington, Vt. William M. Shipman, Bethlehem, Pa. 

Albert Gysling, Norwood, Pa. Nathan Smiel, New York City 

Jerome Hartenbaum, Cleveland, O. Irving Sommers, Newark, N. J. 

Martin Lahrer, Philadelphia Samuel Wattman, Fairview, Pa. 

Manuel Petkov, Philadelphia Nathan Werrin, Philadelphia 

FLORICULTURE DEPARTMENT 

Alfred R. Brodsks', Brooklyn, N. Y. Benjamin L Rosenberg, Philadelphia 

Kenneth Coleman, Brooklyn, N. Y. Charles Rudolph, Philadelphia 

James McCorkle, Jr., Philadelphia Max Selkowitz, Brooklyn, N. Y". 
Abraham Rellis, Fairview, Pa. 

GENERAL AGRICULTURE AND FARM MACHINERY 
DEPART'MENT 

Kenneth Campbell, Phoenixville, Pa. J. Edward Seipp, Philadelphia 
William Fisher, Philadelphia Jonathan Silverman, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Si. Podolin, Camden, N. J. 

HORTICULTURE DEPARTMENT 

Samuel Bauman, New York City Joseph Moser, Trenton, N. J. 

Louis Bolton, New York City Michael Oros, Jr., Bridgeport, Conn. 

Rubin Kaiman, Yonkers, N. Y. Israel Ozlek, Philadelphia 

Benjamin Meltzer, New York City Mortimer A. Zwaaf, New York City 

LANDSCAPE DEPARTMENT 

Joseph Berman New York City Samuel Kogon, New York City 

Herbert Bernstein, Corona, N. Y. Frank W. Moskowitz, Milwaukee, 
Russell Broadbent, Torrington, Conn. Wis. 

Abraham Brodsky, Brooklyn, N. Y. Maurice Novin, Philadelphia 

Louis Erlbaum, Bronx, N. Y. Charles Roth, Akron, O. 

POULTRY DEPARTMENT 

Jerome Arnovitz, Brooklyn, N. Y. Paul Rabinowitz, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Kusiel Chanin, Philadelphia William Riman, Toledo, O. 

Ed Golden, Tulsa. Okla. Irving Smith, Maple Shade, N. J. 

David Kaplan, Bridgeport, Conn. Milton Werrin, Philadelphia 

Joseph Levine, Philadelphia 
Rudolph F. Marcus, Hot Springs, 
Ark. 



THE NAT'IOXAL FARM SCHOOL 13 



Jffarma innat^ft 



Flora Schoenfeld Farm No. 1 

40 acres, In 1904. 

Flora Schoenfeld Farm No. 2 

38 acres, in 1905. 

Flora Schoenfeld Farm No. 3 

im acres, in 1907. 

In memory of Flora Schoenfeld 

by her husband, Max Schoenfeld 

of Rorschach, Sv/itzerland. 



Henry Hellman Farm No. 4 

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



Abraham Erlanger Farm No. 6 

205 acres in 1923, by Abraham Erlanger, of New York. 



Abraham Erlanger Farm No. 7 

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



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

In 1927, by Joseph Bunford Samael. 



Isaac Stern Alumni Farm No. 9 

26 acres in 1930, by the Alumnt of the School. 
In honor of their National President. 



14 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Imliitngs innat^i 



Theresa Loeb Memorial Greenhouse 

In memory 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, 1809. 

Zadok M. Eisner Building 

In memory of Zadok M. Eisner, Philadelphia, Pa., by his wife, 
1S99. 

Rose Krauskopf Memorial Greenhouse 

In memorv of Rose Krauskopf. Philadelphia, Pa., by her chil- 
dren, 1899." 

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

Pittsburgh, Pa., 1S99. 

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 House 

By Louis I. Aaron, Pittsburgh, Pa., in honor of his 70th birth- 
day, 1911. 

Morris Lasker Domestic Hall 

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

Edward Hirsh Botanical Laboratory 

In memorv of Edward Hirsh. by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 
Harry B. Hirsh, 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 "VVm. Hymnn, Philadelphia, 1922. 

Rosetta M. Ulman Dormitories 

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

Straus Model Dairy 

By Mr. and Mrs. Nath.-in Straus, New York, 1925. 

Erlanger Model Barns 

By Abi'aham Erlanger, New York, 192.5. 



IMIE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 15 



P^rprtual ^rtf0laral|tpfi 



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. 

1926— "PHI EPSILON PI SCHOLARSHIP." 



$10,000 founds a perpetual scholarship. 



16 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

FOUNDER'S DAY 
Sunday, June 1, 1930 

Founder's Day, dedicated to the memory of the Founder of 
the School, Dr. Joseph Krauskopf, was observed on Sunday, June 
1, 1930. The exercises included the Annual Tree Consecration 
ceremonies and the Thirtj^-third Annual Spring Pilgrimage of 
patrons to the grounds of the institution. Several hundred were 
in attendance. 

Congressman Franklin W. Fort, of New Jersey, who was 
the guest of honor and speaker of the day, said in part : 

"No man can study the problems of American agriculture 
with any degree of thoroughness without coming almost immedi- 
ately into contact with the work of The National Farm School. 

"Since the farseeing vision of Dr. Krauskopf led to its estab- 
lishment thirty-four years ago, it has come to occupy an ex- 
tremely important place in the development of sound farm pro- 
grams. When it was started it met with many prophecies of 
certain failure. When Dr. Krauskopf died it was almost uni- 
versally believed that only his genius and enthusiasm had made 
it the success it was and that its life, with him gone, would be 
but short. 

"Instead of that, so well had he built it, so earnestly and 
faithfully have his associates carried on the work, and so bril- 
liantly has it been managed, that it occupies a still larger place 
in the field of constructive experiments for the benefits of agricul- 
ture than it did when he laid down his labors. Today it has a 
student group several times its size when he was at its head and 
not only that, but a waiting list of large proportions. All honor 
to those who have carried on to even greater success his splendid 
vision ! ' ' 

President Herbert D. Allman, after welcoming the visitors 
and friends, paid a glowing tribute to the memory of the Founder 
of the School. 

"These beautiful grounds." continued Mr. Allman, "modern 
buildings, fine body of students, efficient teaching staff and well- 
rounded curriculum point to progress and success. Posterity is, 
indeed, indebted to Dr. Krauskopf for his conception of such an 
institution of education — a Jewish tribute to America and agri- 
culture. 




PRACTICING FARM CARPENTRY 





BE^-'^B^ ■_... 




H^Bv^^i^^^'Sfli^nfHn^^^^H 




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A CLASS IN DAIRYING 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 17 

"How shall we make it possible for more lads to enjoy the 
benefits of this institution and its health-giving vocation? Our 
creed is expressed in the statement that we encourage city boys 
to train in agriculture as a worthy, happy and profitable occupa- 
tion. It is because of our belief in the significance of Dr. Kraus- 
kopf's vision and idealism that we hope to extend our facilities 
still further, thus giving more boys an opportunity to come here. 
We make an urgent appeal for support in order to overcome 
our maintenance deficit and enable us to apply more of our 
energies to the constructive upbuilding of a still greater school. 
Scores of worthy lads, now annually turned away, could be ac- 
cepted, without materially increasing our overhead. Helping 
underprivileged boys is one of the finest endeavors in philan- 
thropy, and we ask your help in this noble work to that end." 

The Tree Dedication Address was made by Mr. Grant 
Wright, of Philadelphia, who spoke of trees as "eloquent tributes 
and living memorials," symbolizing the lives of those living and 
deceased benefactors whose names and deeds will be kept green 
for all time. The names of those for whom trees were planted 
(published in full on page 18 of this book) were then read. 
Special tributes were paid by Mr. Wright to Abraham Erlanger, 
of New York, deceased member of the Board of Trustees ; to the 
late Justice Samuel Kalisch, of Newark, N, J., and the late Sophie 
Irene Loeb, of New York. 

Judge Hiram H. Keller, of Doylestown, President Judge of 
the Bucks County Courts, was also a speaker and eulogized the 
Founder of the School "for the estaiblishment and remarkable 
upbuilding of this excellent institution." 

The exercises were presided over by Mr. Louis Schlesinger, 
of Newark, N. J., Chairman of the National Board of State Di- 
rectors. 

At the close of the speaking program the guests were given 
the opportunity of inspecting the 1,200 fertile acres under culti- 
vation and the many fine buildings, particular interest being 
manifested in the new Farm Mechanics Building, the first of its 
kind in this section of the country. 

Concerts by the School Band, under the direction of Lieu- 
tenant Joseph Frankel, Avere a feature of the day's program. 



18 



THE XATIOXAL FARM SCHOOL 



Dedicated at the Founder's Day Exercises, 
Sunday, June 1, 1930 

Rabbi ami Mrs. Solomon Foster, Newark, X. J., Twentj-fifth Wed- 
ding: Anniversary. 

Sybil Sally Hillman, Atlantic City, N. J., Birth. 

Julius Horkheimer, Wheeling, W. Va., Seventy-fifth Birthday. 

Stanley H. Kapner, Wheeling, W. Va., Eleventh Birthday. 

Michael Oppenheimer, Philadelphia, Birthday Anniversary. 



iifmnrtal Etbbb 



CALIFORNIA 

San P>ancisco 

Sanford F. Walter 

CO>fNECTICUT 

New Haven 

Harris Botwinik 

FLORIDA 

Jacksonville 

Gabe Lippman 
St. Petersburg 
Henry Schutz 

GEORGIA 

Albany 

Isaac J. Hofmayer 

ILLINOIS 

Chicagro 

Meyer M. Stein 

INDIANA 

Fort Wayne 

Louis Stiefel 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Boston 

Bernard Benski 

MISSISSIPPI 

Meridian 

Emma Weil Arky 



NEW JERSEY 

Atlantic City 

Annette Marshall 
East Orang:e 

Ernest F. Harder 
Elizabeth 

Charles S. Thompson 
Newark 
Rebecca Harris 
Justice Samuel 

Kalisch 
Louis Krieger 

(2 trees) 
Matilda S. Metzger 
Hannah Schwarz 
Matthias Stratton 

Trenton 

Joseph R. Ashmore 
West Orangre 

Rabbi Samuel S. 

Kaplan 

NEW YORK 

Kew Gardens, L. I. 

Flora Jacobs 
New York City 

Abraham Erlanger 
Rose W. Grossman 
Mary Grab Hershaeld 
David H. Hyman 
Elizabeth Joselow 
Julius Kaufmann 
Sophie Irene Loeb 
Max Xeuberger 
Caroline Schwarz 



NORTH CAROLINA 

Raleigh 

Bernard S. Aronson 

OHIO 

Cleveland 

Adolpli Rigelhaupt 

PENNSYLVANIA 

Lewistown 

Jacob Rose 
Norristown 

Pauline Weitzenkorn 
Philadelphia 

Alfred A. Adler 
Elizabeth G. Berg 
Bertha Goldstein 

Bythiner 
Adolph Fox 
Ricke .Tacobs 
Edward Levy 
Ella Stern Mayer 
Caroline G. Rice 
Herman Richter 
Laura Schoeneman 
Nathan Snellenburg 
Samuel Weinberg 
Henry L. Weinberger 

VIRGINIA 

Newport News 

Sol Nachman 
Petersburg 
Milton I. Reinach 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 19 

THIRTY-THIRD ANNUAL MEETING AND HARVEST 

FESTIVAL 

Sunday, October 12, 1930 

The Thirty-third Annual Meeting and Succoth Harvest 
Festival was observed on the School grounds on Sunday, October 
12, 1930. It was a day of rare autumnal beauty, which lent addi- 
tional attractiveness to campus, fertile acres, fields and orchards. 
A large gathering of friends of the School from many cities and 
towns in this section of the country was in attendance. 

Dr. Edwn C. Broome, Superintendent of Public Schools, of 
Philadelphia, was the guest of honor and speaker of the day. 
The program also included the President's message, delivered by 
President Herbert D. AUman (reprinted in full on pages 5 to 10 of 
this book) ; the Dean's report (published on pages 20 to 23), and 
greetings presented by Mr. Louis Schlesinger, Chairman of the 
National Board of State Directors, in behalf of his Board. Dr. 
Louis Nu'sbaum, Associate Superintendent of the Philadelphia 
Public Schools, presided. 

Dr. Broome, addressing himself particularly to the student 
body, took for his subject: "Preparing for Good Citizenship." 
He said in part : 

"To live the life of a worthy citizen one must have a sanely 
developed moral conscience. In recent years a demoralizing 
philosophy of conduct has developed among young people — ^and 
some older ones, too — ^which can only be described by the phrase 
'getting away with it.' The sanction of an act seems to be 
whether 'one can get get away with it,' rather than whether it 
is worthy or unworthy." 

In developing his subject further. Dr. Broome continued: 
"There is no worthier citizen than the farmer. An honest and 
intelligent farmer meets the specification of the worthy citizen 
more nearly than any other member of the body politic. It is • 
an honor to be called a farmer. From the earliest times hus- 
bandry has been regarded a noble art. You young men are here 
enjoying the unique opportunity of a superior preparation for a 
useful and happy career with practically no expense to your- 
selves. This opportunity is provided by the generosity and dis- 
interested devotion of some fine-spirited citizens whose only re- 
ward will be the joy of knowing you appreciate the privileges 
that you are having, that you are loyal to this School, its officers 



20 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

and teachers and that you conduct your lives so as to bring credit 
to those who have made this opportunity possible." 

The following officers were re-elected for a term of one year : 
President, Herbert D. Allman; Vice-President, Joseph H. Hage- 
dorn ; Treasurer, Isaac H. Silverman. The following members of 
the Board whose terms expired were re-elected for a term of three 
years: Drue N. Allman, Isidore Baylson, H. Richard Hano, 
Stanley H. Hinlein, Louis A. Hirsch, Mrs. Joseph Krauskopf, 
Edwin H. Silverman and James Work. 

Mr. Harry B. Hirsh, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, paid 
a tribute to the years of devotion and service rendered by the 
Senior Trustees, particularly Mr. Hart Blumenthal, Mr. Adolph 
Eichholz and Mr. Alfred M. Klein, suggesting that their loyalty 
and unselfish labors be recognized by electing them successively 
in the order of their seniority, for a term of one year, as Chair- 
man of the Board of Trustees. This tribute was received with ac- 
claim by the gathering and the matter referred to the Board of 
Trustees. 

Rev. Dr. William H. Pineshriber, of Philadelphia, delivered 
the opening prayer and closing benediction. 

The School Band, under the leadership of Lieutenant Joseph 
A. Frankel, of Philadelphia, furnished the music for the occasion. 



REPORT OF THE DEAN 

0. L. Goodling 

To the Thirty-third Annuial Meeting, October 12, 1930 

The year just ended has been outstanding in the history of 
the School in many ways. The new curriculum introduced last 
year has proved very satisfactory and, as a result, our students are 
receiving a better training and getting more out of their work 
than was possible under the old curriculum. 

The recently-erected Farm Mechanics and Administration 
Building has been a great forward step, both from a teaching 
standpoint and from a standpoint of efficient operation, and en- 
ables us to add considerably more instruction to our curriculum. 
The course being conducted in the farm shops is an important 
one, in view of the fact that the trend in modern agricultural 
pursuits is developing more and more along lines of efficient use 
of machinerv. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 21 

The formation of several new student organizations now 
gives us a student organization for nearly every department in 
the School, always of help in administrative problems, and of so- 
cial, recreational and educational benefit to students. 

The band, under Lieutenant Joseph Frankel's able direction, 
has proved highly successful. It now comprises more than forty 
pieces, a number of new instruments having been added recently. 

Several changes have been made in the Faculty during the 
year. An instructor in Farm Mechanics, a field foreman in Horti- 
culture and one in General Agriculture were added. In addition 
to these. Dr. Allen H. Moore, who is giving a very fine course in 
Hygiene, was made a member of the staff. The Poultry Depart- 
ment is now in charge of Mr. Cecil J. Toor, appointed in place of 
Mr. Frank Plain, resigned. 

Our Library, augmented during the year by a number of ex- 
cellent books on many subjects, now comprises about 12,000 
volumes. 

The advanced educational requirement for student entrance, 
namely, from eighth grade to at least one year of high school, has 
given us a very much higher type of student, and the scholastic 
work being done is far superior to that of previous years. It is 
my hope we may further raise the entrance requirement to at 
least two years of high school. Many of our present student body 
are high school graduates. 

On March 23, 1930, we graduated 49 students, all of whom 
secured good-paying positions in the different lines of agricul- 
tural work. 

A number of Field Days, Agricultural Conventions and other 
gatherings brought approximately 10,000 guests to the School 
during the year. We consider it particularly a privilege and 
pleasure to have been host to the Potato Gtt*owers' Convention of 
Southeastern Pennsylvania, which alone brought approximately 
7,000 people to the School, who were greatly impressed with our 
plant and methods of instructdon. 

Through the kindness of Mr. Joseph Hottel, the School was 
given the use of 90 acres of valuable ground adjoining ours. The 
Isaac Stern Farm, purchased and donated to the School by the 
Alumni Association, has given us an additional 26 acres of land, 
so that we are now operating 116 acres more than heretofore. 

Inasmuch as our plant, consisting of 1,200 acres, is conducted 
solely for educational purposes, we do not want to overstress the 
financial end, but I do feel that a statement of the financial con- 



22 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

dition is interesting. If our farms were conducted on an entirely 
commercial basis they could, of course, make an even better show- 
ing. 

A comparison of the last three years will indicate the gradual 
increase in returns from farm operations. During the fiscal year 
1926-27 the returns were $32,469.2.5; during 1927-28, $40,823.75; 
during 1928-29, $44,015.21, and during 1929-30, $55,177.50. These 
increases were secured with little additional cost for operation 
and without in any way lessening the educational value of our 
instruction, demonstrations and experimentations. It is our hope 
during the next few years to augment these figures by further in- 
creases. 

Commendation is due several of our departments which have 
gradually increased their income as well as their teaching facili- 
ties, notably among them being the Horticultural Department. 
Through the operation of the Isaac Stern Farm and the use of 
the Hottel Farm, this department was able to increase its acreage, 
which gave it more laboratory space for teaching, as well as an 
increase of approximately $5,000 in returns. 

The Dairy Department has also increased its laboratory 
facilities by the addition of a new maternity barn and some new 
cattle. Its laboratory equipment for educational purposes is 
probably as fine as can be found in any institution, enabling us to 
graduate men thoroughly equipped in dairy production w^ork. 

The Landscape Department continues to increase its acreage 
of nursery stock. Under the direction of Trustee Horace T. 
Fleisher, Landscape Architect, this department has made wonder- 
ful improvements in the relandscaping of the campus, which has 
been greatly beautified by the gateway donated by Mr. I. H. Sil- 
verman and family, and roads and footw^alks built by the School. 

The Poultry Department has been somewhat handicapped by 
inadequate equipment and for that reason the development in 
poultry work has not progressed as rapidly as we should like to 
see it. It is our hope that we may be able to secure new houses 
and some necessary equipment very shortly, in order to put the 
poultry department on an equal basis with our other depart- 
ments. As poultrying is one of the main courses, we should be 
graduating more efficiently trained poultrymen. To make these 
greatly needed improvements would take approximately $20,000. 
This should be kept in mind and an effort made to secure this 
equipment. 




CLASS IX AOKICULTITRAL CHEMISTRY 




THE STUDENT BAND 



THE NATIONAL FARAI SCHOOL 23 

The Floricultural Department is also handicapped by lack 
of greenhouse space. Ten graduates majored in greenhouse work 
during the past year, which allowed only about 1,200 square feet 
of greenhouse space per student, in addition to teaching fresh- 
men and juniors. This is not nearly sufficient. To give the 
proper kind and amount of instruction, our greenhouse facilities 
should be increased by about 16,000 more square feet of glass. 

We realize that this is not an opportune time to make too 
drastic a demand for even the most necessary improvements. 
Nevertheless, we do feel that an [institution which has approxi- 
matelj^ one million dollars invested, should be conducted in the 
most efficient manner. A matter of some $30,000 should greatl}^ 
improve the efficiency of these two departments and permit us 
to give our students the instruction and practice they should have. 
We hope that it may be possible during the ensuing year to make 
the changes recommended. 

This School gives an education to the underprivileged city 
boy who loves the soil and wants to till it for his livelihood, and 
would probably otherwise have no means for receiving such a 
training. He comes to the School and remains three years free 
of all cost. He gains much more than fundamentals in farming. 
Physically he is remade. He also learns something of the inner 
joy w^hich comes to those who till the soil. The secret of content- 
ment for many a boy has been found on these 1,200 acres. 

The problem of maintaining this School solely by voluntary 
contributions is a difficult one. Storm signals of distress have 
often been set, yet it has managed to carry on. The faith and 
courage of its founders have been reflected in the hearts of its 
loyal supporters. In this way the crises have been met. The 
possibilities of this philanthropy — a Jewish contribution to 
American agriculture — are enormous and are worthy of your 
continued generous interest and support. 



24 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF OPERATING ACCOUNT 
YEAR ENDING APRIL 30, 1930 



MAINTENANCE RECEIPTS 

Interest on Investments $26,261.87 

State of Pennsylvania 16,875.00 

Federation of Jewish Charities, Philadelphia 21,000.00 

Dues and Donations (net) 44,311.26 

Matriculation 2,050.00 

$110,498.13 

MAINTENANCE DISBURSEMENTS 

Care of Students 

Brooms and Brushes $481.94 

Beds and Bedding 103.26 

Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes 7,987.55 

Fuel 3,729.82 

Groceries 9,802.09 

Ice 461.66 

Light and power 2,486.03 

Medical Supplies 1,928.50 

Provisions, Meats, Bread, etc 12,918.26 

Milk, Eggs, Poultry, Vegetables, Fruits, Etc., 

Purchased from the Farms 12,164.84 

Wages, Household Help, etc 16,226.72 

Sundries 322.42 

$68,613.09 

Educational 

Printing and Stationery $3,379.01 

Salaries, Teachers 41,252.21 

Text Books, Laboratory Supplies, etc 2,449.90 

Teachers' Annuitv Fund 467.58 

47,548.70 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 25 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT— Continued 



Repairs and Replacements 

Painting $2,42378 

Plumbing 678.79 

Repairs to Buildings and Equipment 2,465.82 



5,568.39 



Administration 

Insurance $5,085.11 

Office Salaries 7,847.82 

Printing and Stationery 766.07 

Rent of Office 2,400.00 

Interest 641.75 



16,740.75 

$138,470.93 



Farm Operation 

Conveyance, Transportation of Products, Tele- 
phone, etc $2,944.42 

Supplies, Apiary $244.51 

Horticulture 2,569.66 

Floriculture 1,221.17 

Poultry 5,359.43 

Barn and Dairy 15,960.66 

General Agriculture .... 13,692.16 

" Landscape Gardening 520.65 

■ 39,568.24 



Less $42,512.66 

Farm Products Sold to Customers $39,885.23 
Farm Products Sold to School 

Kitchen 12,164.84 

52,050.07 

Credit Balance 9,537.41 



TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $128,933.52 



$18,435.39 



Capital Expenditures 

Tool Room Supplies 492.20 

$18,927.59 



26 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



DONATIONS BY WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS 



ALABAMA 

Temple Sisterhood, HuntsviUe 
Council Jewish Women, Mobile 
Council Jewish Women, Tri-Citles Flor- 
ence, Sheffield and Tuscumbia. 

ARIZONA 

Council Jewish Women, Phoenix 
ARKANSAS 

Ludies' Hebrew Benevolent Society. 

Helena. 
Temple Sisterhood House of Israel, Hot 

Springs. 
Council Jewish Women, Little Rock. 

CALIFORXL\ 

Council Jewish Women, Fresno. 

COLORADO 

Council Jewish Women, Denver. 
Hebrew Ladles' Aid Society, Trinidad. 

CONNECTICUT 

Council Jewish Women, Bridgeport. 
Sisterhood Beth Israel, Hartford. 
Mishkan Israel Sisterhood, New Haven. 
Council Jewish Women, Stamford. 

DELAWARE 

Council Jewish Women, Wilmington. 

FLORIDA 

Temple Sisterhood, Jacksonville. 
Ladies' Auxiliary of Ohev Sholom, Or- 
lando. 
Sisterhood Temple Beth El. Pensacola. 
Beth Israel Sisterhood, W. Palm Beach. 

GEORGIA 

Council Jewish Women, Atlanta. 
Council Jewish Women, Augusta. 
Temple Sisterhood, Brunswick. 
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 l-rbana. 

Temple Sholom Sisterhood, Chicago. 

Council Jewish Women. Chicago Heights. 

.Jewish Ladies' Aid Society, Galesburg. 

Benevolent Sisterhood, Quincy. 

Mary Benjamin Memorial Fund, Spring- 
field. 

INDIANA 

Hebrew Ladies' Benevolent Society, Co- 
lumbia City. 

Council .Jewish AYoraen, Fort Wayne. 

Beth El Sisterhood. Hammond. 

Ladies' Jewish Benevolent Society, Li- 
gonier. 



Sinai Temple Sisterhood, Marion. 
'Temple Sisterhood, Mount Vernon. 

KANSAS 

Council Jewish Women, Leavenworth. 
Council Jewish Women, Topeka. 

KENTUCKY 

Temple Sisterhood, Ashland. 
Adas Israel Sisterhood, Henderson, 
Sisterhood of K. K. A. I., Lexingrton. 
Adath Israel Sisterhood, Louisville. 
Brith Sholom Women's Auxiliary, Louis- 

viUe. 
Temple Sisterhood, Paducah. 

LOUISIANA 

Temple Sisterhood, Alexandria. 
Temple Sinai Sisterhood. Lake Charles. 
Temple Sisterhood, Monroe. 
Jewish Ladies' Aid Society, 3Iorgan City. 
Sisterhood Congregation Gates of Prayer, 

New Iberia. 
Sisterhood Congregation Gates of Prayer. 

New Orleans. 
Council Jewish Women, Shreveport. 

MARYLAND 

Council Jewish Women, Frederick. 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Ohabei Shalom Sisterhood, Boston. 
Council Jewish Women, New Bedford. 
Council Jewish Women, Worcester. 

MICHIGAN 

Temple Beth El Sisterhood, Detroit. 
Temple Sisterhood, Kalamaioo. 
Lansing Sisterhood, Lansing. 
Temple Sisterhood, Petosky. 

MINNESOTA 



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

aiississippi 

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

MISSOURI 

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

NEBRASK.\ 

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

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Council Jewish Women, Portsmouth. 



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27 



NEW JERSEY 



Council Jewish 
Couueil Jewish 
Council Jewish 

Section. 
Council Jewish 
Council Jewish 
Council Jewish 
Council Jewish 
Council Jewish 
Council Jewish 
Women's Asso 

Congregation 
Council Jewish 
Council Jewish 

tion. 
Council Jewish 

Section. 



Women, Atlantic City. 
Women, Bayonne. 
Women, Bergen County 

Women, Elizabeth. 
Juniors, Jersey City. 
Women, Jersey City. 
Women, Long Branch. 
Juniors, Newark. 
Women. Newark. 
ciation B'nai Jeshurun 
Newark. 

Women, New Brunswick. 
Women, Plainfleld Sec- 
Women, North Hudson 

NEW YORK 



Council Jewish Women, Albany. 

Sisterhood Temple Beth Emeth, Albany. 

Women's Aiixiliary Beth Elohim Con- 
gregation. Brooklyn. 

Sisterhood B'nai Israel Congregation. 
Elmira. 

Beth El Sisterhood, Great Neck, L,. I. 

Sisterhood Hebrew Tabernacle, New 
York. 

Sisterhood Inwood Hebrew Congrega- 
tion. New York. 

Tremont Temple Sisterhood, New York. 

Temple Beth El Sisterhood, Niagara 
FaUs. 

Beth Israel Sisterhood, Plattsburg. 

Council Jewish Women, Schenecta-dy. 

Council Jewish Women, Staten Island 
Section. 

Sisterhood Third Street Temple. Troy. 

Council Jewish Women, White Plains 
Section. 

NORTH CAROLINA 

Council .Jewish Women. Greensboro. 
Temple Emanuel Sisterhood, Greensboro. 
Sisterhood Temple Beth Or Congrega- 
tion, Raleigh. 
Temple Sisterhood, Statesville. 

OHIO 

Council Jewish Women, Akron. 

Ladies' Auxiliary Sons of Israel Con- 
gregation. Bellaire. 

Rockdale Avenue Temple Sisterhood, 
Cincinnati. 

Mrs. R. Feibelman et al.. Cincinnati. 

Euclid Avenue Temple Sisterhood, 
Cleveland. 

Temple Women's Association, Cleveland. 

Rose E. Lazarus Sisterhood, Columbus. 

Council Jewish Women, Dayton. 

Temple Sisterhood of K. K. B. Y., Day- 
ton. 

B'nai Israel Sisterhood, East Liiverpool. 

Ladies' Temple Sisterhood. L.ima. 

Temple Sisterhood and Aid Society, 
I/orain. 

Council Jewish Women, Marion. 

Temple Sisterhood. Piqua. 

Ohev Sholom Sisterhood. Tiffin. 

Collingswood Avenue Temple Sister- 
hood, Toledo. 

OKLAHOMA 

Council Jewish Women, McAlester. 
Beth Ahaba Sisterhood, Muskogee. 
Jewish Ladies' Aid Society. Oklahoma. 
Council Jewish Women, Tulsa. 



OREGON 

Beth Israel Sisterhood, Portland. 
PENNSYLVANIA 

Hebrew Ladies' Aid Society, Allentown. 

Sisterhood Keneseth Israel, Allentown. 

Council Jewish Women, Ambridge. 

Council Jewish Women, Bradford. 

Council Jewish Women, Butler. 

Beth Israel Sisterhood. Coatesville, 

Council Jewish Women, Connellsville. 

Sisterhood West Eighth Street Temple, 
Erie. 

Sisterhood Beth Israel Congregation, 
Hazelton. 

Beth Israel Sisterhood, Honesdale. 

Council Jewish Women, Irwin. 

Shaarai Shomavlm Sisterhood, Lancas- 
ter. 

Council Jewish Women, Lock Haven. 

Council Jewish Women, Mt. Carmel. 

Needlework Guild of America, Philadel- 
phia Branch. 

Oheb Sholom Sisterhood. Reading. 

Marion Avenue Temple Sisterhood, 
Scranton. 

Temple Israel Sisterhood, Uniontown. 

RHODE ISLAND 

Beth El Sisterhood, Providence. 
Council Jewish Women, Westerly. 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

Council Jewish Women, Charleston. 

Council Jewish Women, Columbia. 
Beth Israel Sisterhood, Florence. 
Dillon Temple Sisterhood, Little Rock. 

TENNESSEE - 

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

TEXAS 

Council Jewish Women, Austin. 
Council Jewish Women, Corsicana. 
Council Jewish Women, Fort Worth. 
Council Jewish Women, Houston. 
Council .Jewish Women, Port Arthur. 
Council Jewisli Women, San Antonio. 
Council Jewish Women, Wichita Falls. 



UTAH 

B'nai Israel Sisterhood, Salt Lake City. 
VIRGINIA 

Beth El Sisterhood, Alexandria. 
Amelia Meyers Guild, Council Jewish 
Women, Newport News. 

WEST VIRGINIA 

Temple Sisterhood, Fairmont. 

Temple Sisterhood, Logan. 

Temple Sisterhood, Morgantown. 

B'nai Israel Sisterhood, Keystone, Kim- 
ball and North Fork. 

Eoff Street Temple Sisterhood, Wheel- 
ing. 

WISCONSIN 

Temple Zion Sewing Circle. Appleton. 
Council Jewish Women, Kenosha. 



28 TIIF. XATIOXAI. FARM SCHOOL 



LEGACIES AND ENDOWMENTS 

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

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

Sophie Danenbaum $100.00 

1925— Louis J. De Roy, Pittsburgh, Pa., Bequest 500.00 

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

of their father 100.00 

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

1925— Jennie Kutz, Brooklyn, 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— Moses 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 LOOO.OO 

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 



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LEGACIES AND ENDOWMENTS— Continued 

1927— Nathan L. Michael, Lima, O., Bequest 500.00 

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

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

1927— Wm. 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— .\be Weil, Philadelphia, Bequest 200.00 

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

1928— Ruth Berman Kaplan, Toledo, O., Bequest 150.00 

1928— Le 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— Mrs. L I,. 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, Macon, Ga., Bequest 100.00 

1930— Rosa Bachenheimer, Philadelphia, Bequest 1,000.00 

1930— Estate of Sarah Back, Orange, N. J 500.00 

1930— Mrs. S. Baumgarten, Little Rock, Ark., Bequest.... 500.00 

1930— Harry S. Binswanger, Richmond, Va., Bequest 200.00 

193a-Estate of Jos. Byfield, Chicago, 111 200.00 

1930— Louis L. Eliel, Philadelphia, Bequest 250.00 

1930— Estate of Babette Frankel, Des Moines, la 500.00 

1930_Estate of Adolph Gutterman, Boston, Mass 100.00 

1930— Bennett Levy, Chester, Pa., Bequest 250.00 

1930— Estate of S. Levy, Philadelphia 249.53 

1930— Jos. A. Louchheim, Philadelphia, Bequest 1,000.00 

1930— John Moss, Jr., Estate, Philadelphia 16,668.13 

1930— Jacob Rose, Lewistown, Pa., Bequest 100.00 

193a-Eleanor Samuel Estate, Philadelphia 40,059.87 



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CONTRIBUTORS OF PRIZES, 1930 

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

Mrs. D. Berllzhelmer, Philadelphia (annual). 

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

Mr, aad Mrs. Hart Blumenthal, Philadelphia, in memory of their son, 
Ralph (annual). 

Mrs. Sol. Blumenthal, Philadelphia, in memory of her husband (annual). 

Mrs. Gladys s. Braun, Philadelphia, in memory of her mother, Rebecca 
Simon (annual). 

Mrs. Jos. Caplan, PJilladelphia, In memory of her parents, Selig L. and 
Mindel Belber (annual). 

"Abraham and Mathilda Dreifus Prize," by Mrs. Leon Cohen, Philadel- 
phia, in memory of her parents (annual). 

Mrs. Yetta F. Goulson, Philadelphia, in memory of her sister, Lea 
Fclleman Goulson. 

Mr. Julius Guttag, New Rochelle, N. Y. 

Mr. Louis A. Hlrsch, 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). 

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

Mr. David Kirschbaum, Philadelphia (annual). 

Mrs. Wm. Knoclier, Atlantic City, N. J., in memory of her daughter, 
Sophie Knocker May (annual). 

"Mina Kohn Prize," by Mrs. Leon Cohen, Philadelphia, in memory of 
her aunt. 

Mr. S. George Levi, Philadelphia, in memory of his parents (annual). 

"Isadore Liberman Prize," by Mrs. A. Press, Atlantic City, N. J., in 
memory of her father (annual). 

Mrs. I. L. Marks, Chicago, 111., in memory of her husband (annual). 

Dr. Wesley Massinger, Chalfont, Pa. (annual). 

"Morton M. Newburger Prizes," by Mrs. Jacob F. Loeb, New York, in 
memory of her brother (annual). 

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

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

Mr. Joseph S. Potsdamer, Philadelphia (annual). 

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

Mr. Fmanuel Rauscher, Lehighton, Pa., in memory of Josephine 
Rauscher and Emanuel Berkowltz (annual). 

Mrs. Henry Rosenthal, Philadelphia (annual). 

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

Mrs. N. L. Salon, Fort Wayne, Ind., in memory of her father, I. J. 
Rigelhaupt. 

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

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

3Ir8. Jos. Spatz, Pittsburgh, Pa., in honor of wedding anniversary of 
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Gerstel. 




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CONTRIBUTORS OF PRIZES, 1930— Continued 

Mrs. Milton 1,. Stern, New York, in memory of lier fatlier, Josepli H. 
Pfeifer. 

Miss Adeline B. Ulman, Philadelphia, In memory of her mother, Pauline 

R. Ulman (annual). 
Mrs. I. H. Wolff, Philadelphia, in memory of her sister, Lea Felleman 

Goulson. 
Mr. Grant Wright, Philadelphia. 



PRIZES ENDOWED 

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

in memory of her father. 
"Solomon and Begins Bebal Prize," by Mrs. Ralph Hlrsh, Philadelphia, 

in memory of her parents. 
"Barnett Binswanger Prize," by Mrs. Barnett Blnswanger, Philadel- 
phia, In memory of her husband. 
"Sidney M. Cohen Prize," by Mrs. Sidney M. Cohen, Milwaukee, Wis., 

in memory of her husband. 
"Arnold Gundelflnger Prize," by Mrs. Carrie Gundelflnger, Philadelphia, 

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

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

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

memory of her son. 
"Gns 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 bequest. 
"Dr. Joseph Krauskopf Prize," by Mrs. Joseph Krauskopf, Philadelphia, 

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

memory of his son. 
"Joseph liouchheim Prize," by Mrs. L. S. EUel, Philadelphia, in memory 

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

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

"Jacob and Hannah Moos Prize," by Mrs. Julius Welntraub, Philadel- 
phia, in memory of her parents. 
"Morris and Betty Newburger Prizes," the Interest of a bequest. 
"Bertie Gans 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 Teller 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. 
"liouis J. Weil Prize," by Mrs. Abraham Mansbach, Philadelphia, in 

memory of her brother. 



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THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



STUDENT REGISTER 

September 30, 1930 

SENIORS 



Wilmer R. Austin, Cincinnati, O. 
Wallace D. Bing, Glenolden, Pa. 
Charles Bolefsky, Yonkers, N. Y. 
Charles Brown, Jr., Cheltenham, Pa. 
Thomas Cancelmo, Philadelphia 
Leon S. Cobert, Philadelphia 
Carl Cohen, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Halstead Compton, Camden, N. J. 
Morris Dogon, New York City 
Harry J. Dornan, Norwood, Pa. 
Meyer H. Finkle, Philadelphia 
Edw. N. Frankel, Philadelphia 
Bernard Gajmian, Chicago, 111. 
Sydney Goldberg, New York City 
Samuel Goldfarb, Philadelphia 
Marcus A. Goldman, Newport, R. I. 
Jack Goodman, Paterson, N. J. 
George W. Grisdale, Jr., Philadelphia 
Michael Hociak, New York City 
Jack Kamison, Philadelphia 
Ronald' D. Keiser, Philadelphia 
Philip Kleinman, New York City 
S3'dney Kleinman, Cleveland, O. 



Ben Levine, Cleveland, O. 
Kalman Liskowitz, Stamford, Conn. 
Daniel I. Miller, Philadelphia 
Warren R. Moysey, East Bangor, Pa. 
Jacob Paskin, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Harry Plotkin, Braddock, Pa. 
Richard Polakovich, Detroit, Mich. 
Irving Ray, New York City 
Fred B. Rohrbaugh, Beech Creek, Pa. 
James H. Saltzgiver, Marlow, N. H. 
Charles Sohwerin, Raleigh, N. C. 
Leonard P. Sezov, Philadelphia 
Leonard H. Sherman, Philadelphia 
Max Shindelman, Bronx, N. Y. 
Morris Smith, Philadelphia 
Philip Spevak, Philadelphia 
Harry Steinberg, Philadelphia 
John D. Trimble, Philadelphia 
Harvey A. Trunk, Ardmore, Pa. 
Emanuel Weinstein, Philadelphia 
Lee A. Werst, Philadelphia 
Morris Winkler, Rochester, N. Y. 
Benj. Zeider, Woodbridge, Conn. 



JUNIORS 



Pincus Bercutt, Yonkers, N. Y. 
Harry Caplan, Atlantic City, N. J. 
Flyman Citron, Columbia, S. C. 
Jacob Crafin, Boston, Mass. 
Leo Edelman, New York City 
Jesse Elson, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Nathan Epstein, Philadelphia 
William C. Foster, Valencia, Pa. 
Isadore J. Frank, Cleveland, O. 
Henry Goldman, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Robert Goldstein, Hampton, Va. 
Me3'er Gorenberg, Philadelphia 
Albert Kaufman, Philadelphia 
Gilbert Keane, Flint, Mich. 
Hyman Koch, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Martin Lazarow, Philadelphia 
Leo Lebove, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Harry Lichtenstein, Baltimore, Md. 
Abraham Malkin, Washington, D. C. 



Morry Michaels, New York City 
Stanley Michalak, South Bend, Ind. 
Nathan Moses, Philadelphia 
Max Newman, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Nathan Newman, Plot 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. 
Albert Rosen, Baltimore, Md. 
Walter J. Rosenberg, Farrel, Pa. 
Milton Rosenzweig, Richmond Hill, 

L. I. 
Morris Seidman, Philadelphia 
Louis Shifman, New Castle, Pa. 
Joseph Silverberg, Philadelphia 
George P. Smith, New York City 
Martin Solomonowitz, Plainfield, N. J. 



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33 



^Torris Soopcr, Philadelphia 

Walter Spiller, Philadelphia 

Phil Spivak, Philadelphia 

Sydney. A. Stone, East Orange, N. J. 

Norman Walzer, Philadelphia 



Gerald Westnedge, Tacoma, Wash. 
Jacob Wohlman, Perdue, Sask., Can. 
Joe Zolton, Farrell, Pa. 
Sam Zuckerman, Saskatoon, Sask., 
Can. 



FRESPIMEN 



Abraham Aaronson, Philadelphia 
Maurice Ball, Newport, R. I. 
Robert H. Baron, Detroit, Mich. 
Manuel Berman, Conshohocken, Pa. 
Sidney Bernstein, New York City 
John D. Bilhardt, Philadelphia 
Carl G. Billman, Philadelphia 
Merritt P. Block, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Douglas M. Bourne, Haddon Heights, 

N. J. 
George K. Boutilier, Ardmore, Pa. 
W. James Burns, Orange, N. J. 
Benjamin Bush, Philadelphia 
Leonard Cantz, Winston-Salem, N. C. 
Peter Cavanaugh, Philadielphia 
Carroll F. Delaney, Philadelphia 
Morris Eisen, Philadelphia 
Charles Feinberg, Glen Cove, N. Y. 
David Finkle, Philadelphia 
Oscar Friedman, Chicago, 111. 
Abraham Fuchs, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
J. Bradley Gach, Chicago, 111. 
Louis L. Gallow, Cleveland, O. 
Charles Goodman, Philadelphia 
Israel Goodman, Philadelphia 
Shafter Goodstein, Philad>elphia 
Joe M. Green, Toledo, O. 
John F. Harman, Philadelphia 
Herbert J. Harris, Baltimore, Md. 
Morris J. Harris, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
John Hawthorne, Oaklyn, N. J. 
Sol Horowitz, New York City 
Edward Hubbs, Jr., Philadelphia 
Samuel Kallen, Philadelphia 
Jack Kirschenbaum, Atlanta, Ga. 
Harry Klein, Philadelphia 
Philip Krim, Easton, Pa. 



Myer Kristol, Philadelphia 
Sidney Lash, New York City 
Isidore Lefkowitz, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Julius Lipsky, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
William Lipsman, Omaha, Neb. 
Max Marks, New York City 
Marion C. Maxton, Joplin, Mo. 
Bernard Merkin, Easton, Pa. 
Harold Mietzner, New York City 
Norbert Mink, Philadelphia 
James Murphy, Philadelphia 
Samuel Nathanson, Philadelphia 
Jack Needleman, Philadelphia 
John Hurst Neuman, Ansonia, Conn. 
Jack O'Stroff, Camden, N. J. 
Isidore Peller, New York City 
Harry Perlstein, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Morris Plotkin, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
James Pollachek, New York City 
Eugene B. Pool, Baltimore, Md. 
Irving Portnoy, New York City 
Max Portnoy, New York City 
Louis Rappaport, Philadelphia 
Benjamin Rellis, Fairmont, W. Va. 
Theodore Romanenko, New Hope, Pa. 
Hyman Rosenbaum, Atlanta, Ga. 
Marvin Rosinger, Beaumont, Texas 
Raymond R. Rubin, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Morris Shapiro, Atlantic City, N. J. 
Samuel Slobodnick, New York City 
Albert M. Stoudit, Reading, Pa. 
George Van Dernoot, Little Ferry, 

N. J. 
David Wallacli, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Arthur S. Weitzman, Easton, Pa. 
Manuel Yablonka, Detroit, Mich. 
Earl S. Zorn, AUentown, Pa. 



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SUNDRY DONATIONS 



American Bulb Co., New York City, Box Tulip Bulbs. 

Herbert D. Allman, Philadelphia, Silver Trophy Cups. 

Mrs. Esther L Bloch. Brooklyn, N. Y., 88 Books for Library. 

Hart Blumenthal, Philadelphia, 24 vols. National Geographic Magazine and 
18 Books on Various Subjects for Library. 

Blumenthal Bros., Philadelphia, Barrel of Cocoa. 

B'nai B'rith Magazine, Cincinnati, O., Year's Subscription. 

David Burpee, Philadelphia, Subscriptions to Magazines for Library. 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burstein, Philadelphia, Piano. 

Gillette Collins, Philadelphia, Coated Paper for this Book. 

Henry Collins, Philadelphia, Cover Paper for this Book. 

Max J. Colton, Philadelphia, Books and Pamphlets. 

Mr. Elsman, Philadelphia, Radio-Victrola. 

Every Friday, Cincinnati, O., Year's Subscription. 

Mrs. D. F. Fasnacht, Wilmington, Del., 34 /Bantam Eggs for Hatching. 

Mrs. Alex. M. Friend, Atlantic City, N. J., 64 Books for Library. 

Girard College, Philadelphia, Wearing Apparel. 

Harry A. Goren, Allentown, Pa., Books, Cand\^ Song Books. 

J. H. Hinlein, Elkins Park, Pa., Sonora Phonograph. 

Henry Hirsch, Toledo, O., Clover and Timothy Seed. 

Hirsch-Weintraub Co., Philadelphia, Bus Driver's Uniform. 

A. H. Hoffman, Inc., Landisville, Pa., Bag of Lawn Seed. 

Home Rubber Company, Trenton, N. J., Large Rubber ISIat. 

Joseph M. Hottel, of Delta File Works, Philadelphia, File Brush and 12^ 
Dozen Files. 

Hughes & Bradley. Philadelphia, 1^ Dozen Neckties. 

Indiana Jeivish Chronicle, Indianapolis. Ind., Year's Subscription. 

Maurice Jacobs, Philadelphia, 36 Books for Library. 

Jewish Exponent, Philadelphia, Year's Subscription. 

D. Landreth Seed Companv, Bristol, Pa.. 100 lbs. Lawn Seed. 

Abe Miller, Chicago, 111., 3^000 Gladiolus Bulbs. 

Needlework Guild of America, Philadelphia Branch, 2 Bags Wearing Apparel, 
Household and Bed Linen, etc. 

Mrs. Theodore Netter, Philadelphia, Material for Bureau Scarfs and Chif- 
foniers. 

Dr. Bernard L. Oser, New York City, Scientific Books for Library. 

Philadelphia leunsh Times, Philadelphia, Year's Subscription. 

Thos. W. Price Co., Philadelphia, through ^Ir. Thomas Forte, Machine Finish 
Paper for this Book. 

Mrs. Henry Rosenthal, Philadelphia, Victrola, Cabinet and Records. 

Schabel's Manufacturing Company. Meriden, Conn, Poultry Board Scraper. 

Mrs. Lewis Sichels, Philadelphia, China Closet. 

L N. Sirnon & Son, Philadelphia. Bushel Perfection Lawn Seed. 

Joseph N. Snellenburg, Philadelphia, 2 Bound Volumes National Geographic 
Magazine 

Southwestern Veneer and Box Company, Richland Center, Wis., 3 Traps for 
Poultry Department. 

Isaac Stern, New York City, SO Chick Boxes; Electric Drill Press and Lathe; 
Electric Emery Wheel ; 125 Large Corrugated Cardboard Sheets for 
Joining Poultry House; 1,000 Corrugated Egg Shipping Boxes; Materials 
for Laboratory Work in Fruit Packing; 1,000 Green Liners and 1,000 
19-inch Caps. 

Mr. Weitzman. Easton, Pa., Large American Flag. 

Whitney-Eckstein Seed Co., Buffalo, N. Y., 50 lbs. Lawn Seed. 

Grant Wright, Philadelphia, Donations toward Farm Machinery. 

Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity, Philadelphia, Furniture for Alumni House. 

John Zimmerman, Philadelphia, 24 Rugs for Students' Rooms. 



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35 



CONTRIBUTORS' LIST 
GENERAL MAINTENANCE AND BUILDING FUNDS 

Year Ending: September 30. 1930 



ALABAMA 

Alexander City 

Herzfeld, Mrs. R. 
Benton 

Cadden, J. I, 
Bessemer 

Becker, Levi 

Erlick, Sam, & Sons 

Birmingham 

Educational and Philan- 
thropic Fund of Tem- 
ple Emanu-el 

Kayser, Leo 

Marx, Otto 

Pizitz. Louis 

Slaughter. Lee & Estelle 

Smolian, J. 

Demopolis 

Bley Bros. 
Levy, B. T.. & Son 
Levy, J. E. 
Mayer Bros. 
Mayer, Mrs. M. 
Mayer, Sieg. 
Rosenbush, Mrs. Essie 
Weil, Wm. 

Hnntsvllle 

Marx, Gus 
Temple Sisterhood 

Mobile 

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

Charities 
Forcheimer, Ferd 
Kohn, Moses 

Montgomery 

Council Jewish Women 
Klein, Leo 
Loeb, Adolph 
Loeb, Lucien S. 
Nachman. Mrs. Adolph 
Sehloss, S. L. 
Solomon Bros. 
Weil, Adolph 
Weil, Alvin B. 
Weil, Emil 
Weil, Isidor 
Weil, Leonel 

Selma 

Adler, Lee C. & A. Loeb 
Hohenberg, Irwin 
Hohenberg. Sidney 
Jewish Federated Char- 
ities 
Kayser, Isidore 



Lehman, M. M. 
Leva, Leo 

ALASKA 

Candle 

Greenberg, Herbert 

ARIZONA 

Nogales 

Braeker, Chas. J. 
Phoenix 

Council Jewish Women 
Marks, B. E. 

ARKANSAS 

Fort Smith 

Cohen, Louis 
Heymann, Ralph J. 
Kaufman, Henry 

Holly Grove 

Abramson, Mrs. Rue 
Hot Springs 

Fellheimer, H. 
Temple Sisterhood House 
of Israel 

Little Rock 

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

Paragould 

Joseph, Mrs. S. L. 

CALIFORNIA 

Bakersfleld 

•Cohn, C. 
Beverly Hills 

Baruch, Mrs. Jacob 
Fresno 

Council Jewish Women 
Einstein, Mrs. Louis 
Gundelfinger, Louis 
Gundelfinger, Mrs. Louis 

La Jolla 

Lieber, Mr. and Mrs, 



Walter S. 



Los Angeles 

Baruch, Frederick H. 
Baruch, Mrs. Herman 
Feldman, Leo M. 
Frankenberg, Ben 
Goldsmith, Oscar 
Gumbiner, Louis C. 
Halperin, Dr. Robert L. 
Hellman, Maurice S. 
♦Hofeller, Eugene D. 
Loew, Mrs. J. 
Louis, Henry W. 
Meyer, Alexander 
Meyer, Ben R. 
Moritz, Simon 
Newmark, Marco R. 
Nordlinger, Louis S. 
Salinger, N. 
Samuels, Caesar 
SchifE, Ludwig 
Schiff, Sol. 
Steinberg, Jacob 
Steinlein, Karl 
Triest, Karl 
United Jewish Welfare 
Fund 

Merced 

Wolf, Geo. 
Oakland 

Heller, M. 

Jewish National Welfare 
Fund 
••Lavenson, A. S. 
•Lavenson, Mrs. A. S. 
•Lavenson, Miss Alma R. 

Oxnard 

Lehmann, L. 
Sacramento 

Asher, Mrs. Aim6e B. 
David Lubin Lodge No. 

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

San Diego 

Hillkowitz, S. 
Wolf, Hyman S. 

San Francisco 

Arnstein, Ludwig 
Dinkelspiel, Mrs. L. M. 
•Gunst, M. A. 
••Hellman, Isalas W. 
Jacobi, J. J. 
Jewish National Welfare 

Fund 
•Meyer, Mary Jeanette 
••Neustadter, Mrs. J. H. 
Newman, Juda 
•Rosenbaum, Mrs. C. W. 
•Samson, Mrs. Rudolph 
•Samson, Rudolph Walter 



• Life member. 
•* Deceased life member. 



36 



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•Sloss Family 
WIel, Irvin J. 

San Luis Obispo 

Sinsheimer, Miss Ger- 
trude 

San Rafael 

Herzog, S. K. 
Stockton 
Hope Lodge 126, I. O. 
B. B. 

Stein, I. F. 
Zeimer, Dr. I. S. 

Tracy 

Grunauer, A. 

Yolo 

Borach, B. 

COLORADO 

Colorado Springs 

Hebrew Benevolent As- 
sociation 
Livermore, O 
Myers, M. K. 
Sachs, Henry 

Denver 

Council Jewish Women 
Grauman, Al. 
Heller, Simon J. 
Levie, Joseph B. 
Levy, Isaac, Memorial 

Fund Society 
Morris, Ernest 
Neusteter, Meyer 
Schayer, Max S. 
Wachtel. Simon 
WolfE, Jacob L. 

Fort liOgran 

Pettis, Lt. Col. C. R. 
Pueblo 

DaviSv Samuel B. 
Trinidad 

Hebrew Ladies' Aid So- 
ciety 

CONNECTICUT 

Bridgeport 

Council Jewish Women 
Klein, Jacob B. 

Hartford 

Aishberg, Edwin 

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, Seymour 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 

Schwartz, Geo. B. 

Seide, David 

Shapiro, A. 
*Silberman, A. M. 

Silver Bros. 

Stern, Leo 

Wise, Isidore 

Youngman, Solomon 

New^ Haven 

Botwinik, Hyman 

Bretzfelder, Benj. 

Buxbaum, Wm. 

Cahn, Alexander 

Canter, J. George 

Caplan, Judge Jacob 

Cohen, M. 

Drazen, Harry 

Freedman, Isidor 

Gompertz. Mrs. .Jewell M. 

Gordon, Israel 

Harrison, M. B. 

Herrman, Sig. 

Hoffman, B. E. 

Hoffman, I. J. 

Horeb Lodge, No. 25, I. 
O. B. B. 

Hyman, Robert E. 

Jacobs, Hyman 

Keller, J. 

Kleiner, Charles 

Leichter, M. B. 

Lettes, Saml. 

Levy, Irwin S. 

Linde, Dr. Jos. I. 

Links, Leo. 

Machol, Herbert L. 

Mishkan Israel Sister- 
hood 

New Haven Lodge 4, U. 
O. T. S. 

Osterweis, Mrs. G. 

Perlroth. Adolph 

Price, Max 

Rosenberg, Arthur 

Rosenberg. Louis L. 

Rosenbluth, Arthur J. 

Rosenbluth, Louis M. 

Rosoflf, Max 

Saltzer Bros. 

Schoenberger, E., & Sons 

Segalofif Bros. 

Steinbach, A. D. 

Thalheimer, E. H. 

Weil, Jos. A. 
•Weil, Saml. J. 

Weiss, Murray 

Stamford 

Council Jewish Women 



DELAWARE 

Seaford 

Greenabaum, E. Arnold 
Van Leer, Charles 

Wilmington 

Beth Emeth Religious 
School 

Braunstein, Harry 

Council Jewish Women 

Ginns, Oscar 

Goberman, Dr. A. 

Levy, Mrs. Leah 

Levy, Mrs. Nathan 

Markel, Adolph 

Miller, Nathan 

Rothstein, L. 

Rothstein, Mrs. L. 

Sayer Bros. 

Schagrin, Chas. W. 

Snellenburg, David 

Topkis, Chas. 

Walters, Mrs. Re- 
becca W. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

Washington 

Argo Lodge 413, 

I. O. B. B. 
Atlas, Mrs. Ida 
Baer, Moe A. 
Baum, Leo 
Baumgarten, Lee 
♦Behrends, Melvin 
Beneman, Geo. R. 
Berg, John 
♦♦Berliner, Emile 
Cohen, Myer 
Eisenmann, Jacob 
Eisenmann, M., & Bros. 
Fadeley, C. F. 
Fischer, Max 
Freedman, Jos. 
Gans, Isaac 
Garfinkle, Morris 
Gichner, Ernest 
Gichner, Fred S. 
Goldnamer, M. S. 
Gundersheimer, Henry E 
Hahn. Wm., & Co. 
Hecht, Alex. 
Heilprin, G. F. 
Himmelfarb. Paul 
Kann, Simon 
Kaufman, D. J. 
Kaufman. Dr. H. M. 
Kaufman. Jos. D. 
Kaufmann, E. I. 
King, Harry 
Lansburgh & Bro. 
Livingston, Sam 
Luchs, Joseph 
Luchs, Morton J. 
Lyon, R. B. H. 
Lyon, Mrs. R. B. H. 
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, Mrs. S. 
Sigmund, Albert 



♦ Life member. 
'♦ Deceased life member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Z7 



Stein, J. M. 
Tubriner, Leon 
Washington Hebrew 

Congregation 
Werber, Mrs. Gustavus 
Weser, Mrs. Fanny B. 
Wilner, Jos. A. 

FLORIDA 

Daytona 

Rotli, M. 
Fort Pierce 

Burston, Dr. M. J. 
Hollywood 

Adler, Phil 
Jacksonville 

Cohen, Mrs. Hattle 
Davis, David 
Finkelstein, Neal 
Joel, L. D. ■ 
Lippman, Mrs. Gabe 
Meyerheim, F. 
Moscovitz, Louis 
Peiser, Isaac 
Rubin, Mrs. Chas. 
Rubin, Max 
Temple Mite Society 
Temple Sisterhood 

Miami 

Moos, J. B. 
Orlando 

Kanner, H. 
Ladies' Auxiliary of 
Cong. Ohev Sholom 
Lieberman, Hyman 

Pensacola 

Sisterhood Temple Beth 
El 

St. Petersburg 

Dickman, Harry 
Pace, V. H. 
Rosenbaum, E. L. 
Schutz, Mrs. Henry 
Sierkese, A. 

Tampa 

Augustine, Dr! L. S. 
Cohen, M. Henry 
Jacobs, S. 
Kasriel, Jos. 
Maas, Abe 
Maas, Ernest 
Maas, Isaac 
Maas, Julius 
Maas, Sol. 
Rachelson, Saul 
Srour, E. S. 
Waterman, Jerome A. 
Weil, Julius 
Wohl, Louis 

West Tampa 
Aronowitz, Manuel 
Hecht, Alex 
Weisberg, Chas. 

Tbor City 

Katz, Adolph 
Wolfson, A. «& E. 



GEORGIA 

Albany 

Bluethe, Morris 
Brown, Jerome H. 
Brown, P. J. 
Cohn Bros. 
Ehrlich, J. 
Farkas, Leonard 
B^arkas, Mack 
Farkas, Paul 
Farkas, Estate of Sam 
Gortatowsky, A. C. 
Gortatowsky, I. C. 
Hebrew Ladies' Benevo- 
lent Society 
Hofmayer, L. J. 
Kalmon, E. H. 
Marks, Chas. 
Prisant, H. 
Prisant, I. 
Robinson, C. D. 
Rosenberg, J. 
Schine, Nat B. 
Sterne, Lee 

Atlanta 

Bauer, Henry 
Council Jewish Women 
Davis, H. I. 
Dittler, Emil 
Eplan, I. 
Eplan, Sol. B. 
Pleischman, L. A. 
Goettinger, B. 
Greenblatt, S. R. 
Haas, Edwin R. 
Haas, Herbert J. 
Haas, Herman J. 
Haas, Estate of Jacob 
Haas, Leonard 
Hein, S. F. 
Herzberg, M. 
Heyman, Arthur 
Hirshberg Co. 
Jacobs, Hyman S. 
Jacobs, Sinclair 
Kriegshaber, V. H. 
Loewus, Jos. 
Loveman, Mrs. Adolph 
May, Armand 
Mayer, Albert E. 
Montag, Sig. 
Mysterious Club 
Rosenfeld, A. W. 
Saul, J. 
Saul, Sam 
Scheer, John 
Schwartz, C. D. 
Selig, S. S., Jr. 
Sommerfield, Mrs. Clara 
Strauss, D. H. 
Weinstock, Jack 
Wellhouse, Mrs. Sidney 

Augusta 

Blum, Lee 

Council Jewish Women 
Daughters of Israel Soc. 
Goldberg, A. 
Goldberg, S. & F. 
Nachman, D. 
Rubin's 

Sawilowsky, E. 
Schaul, L. J., Co. 
Schneider, C. H. 
Slusky, David, & Son 
Steinberg, S. 



Bainbrldge 

Blumeustein, E. 
Grollman, H. 
Myers, H. 
Nussbaum Bros. 

Brunswick 

Bluestein, B. 
Fruchtman, I. 
Gordon, A. J. 
Lissner, J. J. 
Nathan, Sidney H. 
Pfeiffer, Fred 
Temple Sisterhood 
Zelmenovitz, A. 

Columbus 

Arenowitch, I. 
Feinberg, Phillip 
J^iedlander, Julius 
Goldstein, Meyer A. 
Greentree, D. 
Jewish Ladies' Aid Soc. 
Julius, J. & H. 
Lafkowitz, C. 
Levinson Bros. 
Meyers, A. 
Rothschild, David 
Rothschild, Herman 

Macon 

Becker, S. L. 
Council Jewish Women 
Goldgar, B. 
Hirsh, Jacob 
Kessler, H. 
Koplin, Henry 
Marshall, H. 
Waxelbaum, G. J. 
Waxelbaum, Jos. 

Savannah 

Abrahams, Edmund H. 
Blumberg Bros. 
Council Jewish Women 
Epstein, E. S. 
Grouse, L. E. 
Hirsch, Adolph 
Pinkussohn, Sam 
Schwab, Dr. I. M. 
Solomon, Arthur W. 
Temple Sisterhood 

Mickve Israel 
Weil, A. S. 
Wortsman, E. L. 

Thomasville 

Bluestein, L. 
Feinberg, H. S. 
Levitt, Mr. & Mrs. Isaac 
Rosenberg, M. 
Steyarman, Louis, & 
Sons 

II.LINOIS 

Aurora 

Y. M. H. A. Charity Fund 
Bloomington 

Charity Bridge Club 
Jewish Ladies' Aid & 

Temple Sisterhood 
Livingston, Mayer & Co. 
Livingston, Sig. 
Tick, Morris, & Co. 

Champaign 

♦Kuhn, Caroline L. 



* Life member. 



38 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



*Kuhn, Florence L. 

Sisterhood of Sinai 
Temple 
Chicago 

Addleman, Sanil. N. 

Alseliiiler, Alfred S. 

Alscbuler. Judge Samuel 

Alter, Jacob 

Ascher, Fred 
•Bauman. Mrs. Edw. 

Becker, Benjamin V. 

Bensinger, B. E. 

Bensinger, R. F. 

Block, E. J. 

Block, L. B. 

Block, P. D. 

Bloom, Bernhard 
♦Bloom, Leopold 

Bloomstein, Max 

Born, Edgar R. 

Born, M., & Co. 

Brenner, Mrs. H. D. 

Burger. Anton 

Churchill, Richard S. 

Cohen, Mrs. B. 

Cohn, Chas. 

Davis, Dr. H. I. 

Davis, James 

De Lee, Dr. Jos. B. 

Deutsch, Jos. 

Eckhouse, Geo. H. 

Eisendrath, Edwin W. 

Elkan, Henry 

Ellbogen, Afrs. Leah 

Englander, Maurice 
♦Epstein, Max 

Faroll, Barnett 

Finn, Joseph M. 

Flesch, E. W. P. 

Foreman, Oscar G. 
♦♦Frank, Henry L. 
♦Freund, Gustave 

Friend, Mrs. Alex. 

Fries, Roy J. 

Froelich, S. 

Gach, Mrs. Rose 

Gatzert, August 

Gimbel, Chas. A. 

Glueck, Isadore 
♦Greenebaum, Moses E. 

Grossman, I. A. 

Harris, Mrs. Frank 

Harris, Mark G. 

Harris, Mrs. Samuel H. 

Hefter, Caesar H. 

Herst, Frank 

Hirsch. Edwin W. 

Holzheimer, A. Max 

Hyman. Mrs. David A. 

Israel, Joe 

Jacobs, Irvin 

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. 

Kurtzon, Geo. B. 

Lachmann, Numa 
Lieberman. Isaac K, 
Lieberman. Mrs. M. 
Lipson, Isaac B. 



Loeb, Mrs. Chas. I. 
Loeb, Mr.s. Jacob M. 

Louer, Albert S. 

Loveman, A. M. 
♦Mandel, Edwin F. 
♦Mandel, Mrs. Emanuel 
♦♦Mandel, Leon 
Marks, Mrs. I. L. 
Mayer, Arthur H. 
Meyer, Abraham W. 
Meyer, Alfred C. 
Meyer, Julius H. 
Moos, J. B. 
Morris, Mrs. Anna M. 

Norden, Felix A. 

Pfaelzer, Mrs. David M. 
♦Phillipson, Saml. 

Pick, Richard 

Pincus, Saml. Zorach 

Piatt, Mrs. Hanna K. 

Ramah Lodge .33, 
I. O. B. B. 

Regensteiner, Theo. 
♦Reitler, Chas. 

Rosenfeld, Mrs. Maurice 
♦Rosenthal, Lessing 

Rubens, Charles 

Rubovitz, Toby 

Samuels, Ben.i. 

Schanfarber, lleV. Dr. 
Tobias 

Schiff, Benj. J. 

Schur, Mrs. Herman 

Schuster, Mrs. Chas. 

Seifer, Nathan 

Silberman, Adolph 

Silberman, Mr. and 
Mrs. Sigmund 

Silverman, Edwin 

Sincere, Ben E. 

Spiesberger, H. T. 

Stein, Mrs. Albert 

Stein, Mrs. Ernst 

Stein, Mrs. Samuel 

Steindler, Albert 

Steindler, Michael 

Stern, Max 

Stern, Mrs. Max 
♦Stettauer, Mrs. D. 

Straus, Eli M. 
♦Straus, Leo 

Straus, Mrs. Meyer L. 
♦Straus, J. S. T. 

Superfine, Bernard A. 

Taussig, Jos. 

Taussig, Maurice 

Temple Judea Women's 
Club 

The Temple 

The Temple ReligiouJi 
School 

Temple Sholom 
Religious School 

Temple Sholom Sister- 
hood 

Unger. Mrs. Carl 

Weil, Mrs. Leon 

Weiss. Mrs. Clara 

Witkowsky. .Tas. 

Women of Mizpah 

Wormser, Leo F. 

Younker, A. 

Danville 

Plant, Mike. & Co. 
United Jewish Charities 

Galesburg: 

Jewish Ladies' Aid Soc. 



Glencoe 

Grauer, Rose L. 

Oak Park 

Moment, H. 
Rawitzer, Fred 

Peoria 

The B. & M. 
♦Bennett, C. M. 

Bloom, Mrs. H. T. 

Chic Mfg. Co. 

Cohen Furniture Co. 

Field, G. M. 

Field, J. W. 

Frankel, Harry A. 

Goldstein, H. M. 

Goodman, A. L. 

Harrison, Sidney 

Heller, W., & Son 

Klein, L. E. 

Lehmann, Arthur 

Levinson, Sam 

Newman, Milton G. 

Perlstein, H, 

Salzenstein, Albert C. 

Salzenstein, Mrs. S. C. 

Schradski Co 

Schradzski, Ick 

Smith, Dr. C. M. 

Szold, Esther 

Szold, Jos. (deceased) 

Szold, children of Jos. 

Ullman, C. A. 

Wachenheimer, J. 

Weinstein, Chas. 

Weinstein, M. 

Weisser, Wm. 

Woolner, Adolph, Jr. 
♦Woolner, Mrs. Miriam S. 
♦Woolner, Seymour A. 
♦Woolner, Mrs. Sey- 
mour A. 
♦Woolner, W. B. 
♦Woolner, Mrs. W. B. 

Qiiincy 

Hebrew Ladies' Benevo- 
lent Sisterhood 
Reib, J. J. 

Ravinia 

Rosenwald, Mrs. Julius 

Roclielle 

♦♦Hilb, Emanuel 
♦Hilb, Mrs. Emanuel 

Rock Island 

Mosenf elder, Mr. and' 
Mrs. Louis 
♦Mosenfelder, Mrs. Louis 

Springfield 

B'rith Sholera Sisterhood 

Urbana 

Sinai Temple Sisterhood 
Waukegan 

Stein, Mrs. Adolf 

INDIANA 

Columbia City 

Daniel, Mrs. Hattie 
Evansville 

Fine, Mrs. Philip 



♦ Life member. 
♦♦ Deceased life member. 




CLASS IN FLORICULTURE 




POULTRY CULTURE IS A POPULAR BRANCH OF THE COURSE 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



39 



Jewish Federated Chari- 
ties of Washington 
Avenue Temple 

Fort Wayne 

Council Jewish Women 
Federated Jewish Chari- 
ties 
Salon, Mrs. N. L. 

Gary 

Muscat, S. 
Schaaf, F. R. 

Hamilton 

Wolff, G., & Sons 
Hammond 

Hirsch, Adolph 
Weiss, Arthur J. 
*Wolf, Leo 

Indianapolis 

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

Kokomo 

Levi, J. S. 
Lia Fayette 

Federated Jewish Chari- 
ties 

Liigonier 

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

Temple Sisterhood 

Madison 

Congregation Adath 
Israel 

Marion 

Sinai Temple Sisterhood 
Mt. Vernon 

Temple Sisterhood 

Portland 

Weiler, Morris 

South Bend 

Ries, H. E. 

Spiro, Mrs. Samuel 

Summitville 

Warner, Children of 
Anna 

Terre Haute 

Federated Jewish Chari- 
ties 
**Levi, Simon 

IOWA 

Cedar Rapids 

Schoen, Chas. 

Charles City 

Hecht, Jos. 
Davenport 

Tri-City Jewish Feder- 
ated Charities 

Decorah 

Bear, Benj. 



I)es Moines 

Frankel, Anselm 
Frankel, Est. of Babette 

Dubuque 

**Slimmer, A. 
Sioux City 
Davidson, Dave 
•Wise, Mrs. Chas. 

KANSAS 
£1 Dorado 

Levinson, H. 
Leavenworth 

Council Jewish Women 
McPherson 

Strouse, J., & Son 
Salina 

Stiefel, Moses 
Topeka 

Council Jewish Women 

Snattinger, T. 

Wichita 

Wallenstein, Henry 

KENTUCKY 

Bowling Green 

Cristal, Samuel 
Frankfort 

Davis, David P. 

Davis, I. 
Lexington 

Ades, David 

Greebel, Adolph 

Herz, Emil 

K. K. A. I. Sisterhood 

Levy, Morris L. 

Mevers Bros. 

Weil, Jay D. 

Weil, Sim 

Wile, Dolph 

Liouisville 

Adath Israel Sisterhood 
Ades, Simon 
Bernheim, Frank D. 
Ehrmann, Hilmar 
Haas, Mrs. Sam 
Hirsch, Mrs. David 
Hyman, Jacob 
Isaacs,, Mrs. Louis 
Kasdan, David 
Klempner Bros. 
Levy, Arnold H. 
Levy, Sol. 
Linker, Barnet 
Lorch, Vic. M. 
Louisville Scrap Material 

Co. 
Marks Mercantile Co. 
Rauch, Rabbi Jos. 
Rosenblum, N. 
Rosenblum, Nathan 
Rosenblum, Sidney 
Sachs, Edward 
Sachs, Morris D. 
Selligman, Alfred 
Selligman, Bernard 
Switow, M. 
Ullman, Mrs. Saml. 



Ma.vsville 

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

Owensboro 

Baer, Abe 
Rosenfeld, Mrs. A. 
Rosenfeld, Silas 
Rosenfeld, Mrs. Silas 
♦♦Shorten, J. D. 

Paducah 

Federated Jewish Chari- 
ties 

Fels, Mrs. Jeannette 

Harmony Lodge 149, 
I. O. B. B. 

Rubel Dry Goods Co. 

Temple Israel S. S. 

LOUISIANA 

Alexandria 

Kaufman, I. J. 

Simon, A. E. 

Simon, Mr. and Mrs. 

Harry L. 
Temple Sisterhood 
Weiss, M. J. 

Donaldsonville 

Netter, Adolphe 
Monroe 

Bloch, Mr. & Mrs. J. S. 
Meyer, Mrs. Sol. 
Temple Sisterhood 

Natchitoches 

Nelken, Samuel 
New Iberia 

Gates of Prayer Sabbath 
School 

New Orleans 

Frank, Mrs. Henry 

Friedler, J. J. 

Jewish Charitable and 
Educational Federa- 
tion 

Levy, A. 

Levy, Mrs. Otto A. 
♦♦Newman, Mrs. Henry 
♦♦Newman, Isidore 

Sisterhood Congregation 
Gates of Prayer 

Zemurray, Samuel 

St. Franoisville 

Teutsch, R. 
Shreveport 

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

MAINE 

Bangor 

Friedman, A. B. 
Lewiston 

Ross, Allen 
Portland 

Rosen, Maurice E. 



• Life member. 
♦♦ Deceased life member. 



40 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Saco 

Solmer, S. M. 

MARYI.AXD 

Baltimore 

•Adler, Miss Blanche 

Baer, Estate of Gustav 

Baker, Chas. B. 

Benesch, Mrs. Rosa 

Berney, Albert 

Berney, Mr. and Mrs. 
Sidney 

Burgunder, B. Bernie 

Castleburg, Henry 

Cohen-Adler Shoe Co. 

Cohen, B. E. 
♦♦Cohen, Mendes 

Cone, Frederick W. 

Cone, Mrs. Moses H. 

Deiches, Wm. 

Dorf, Morris 

Eisenberg, Abram 

Endel, Mrs. H. 

Engel, Jacob 

Epstein, Jacob 

Fader, A. 

Frank, Edward L. 

Frank, Isaac 
♦Friedenwald, Hiram W. 

Froelich, Mrs. Rosa 

Fuld, Mr. and Mrs. 
Manes E. 

Goldberg, John 

Goldberg, Thos. D. 
♦♦Goldenberg, Julius M. 

Goldenberg, Levi 

Goldsmith, Morton M. 

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. 

Hanline, Alex, M. 

Hecht, Mr. & Mrs. Alex. 

Hecht, Edwin S. 

Hecht, Mrs. Julia W. 

Hecht, Mrs. M. C. 

Hecht, Malcolm 

Hecht, Moses S. 

Hess, Miss Emma E. 

Himmel, Leon 

Himmel, M. L., & Son 

Hochschild, Max 

Hollander, Mrs. H. 

Hutzler, Mrs. David 

Independent Order 
Brith Sholom 

Kaplan, Miss Leba 

Katz, A. R. 

Katz, Meier 

Katz, S. N. 
♦♦Kaufman, Henriette 

Kemper, David 

Kerngood, Herman 

Lauchheimer, S. H. 

Lauer, Mrs. Leon 

Lauer, Martin 

Lazarus, Mrs. Fannie L. 

Levy, Alfred 

Levy, William 

Mandelbaum, Seymour 



Alorris, Moses 

Moses, Bernard 

Ottenheimer, I. & M. 
♦♦Ravner, Wm. S. 
♦♦Reinhard, Saml. E. 

Rosenau, Rev. Dr. Wm. 

Rosenberg, Abel 

Rosenberg, Lewis S. 

Rothholz Bros. 

Rothholz, Julius 

Rothschild, Moses 

Rothschild, S. 

Rubenstein, Dr. C. A. 

Samuels, Morton 

Samuels, Oscar 

Schleisner, Mrs. Hannah 

Schloss Bros. & Co. 

Schoeneman, J., Inc. 

Seliger, Mrs. Leon 

Sinsheimer, Miss R. 

Solomons, Miss Rose 

Sonneborn, Siegmund B. 

Spear, Dr. Irving J. 

Stein, M. 

Stern, F. Edward 

Strouse, Benj. 
♦♦Strouse, Isaac 

Stulman Bros. 

Thalheimer, Alvin 

Thalheimer, Mr. and 
Mrs. Samuel 

Thalheimer. S. J. 

Van Leer, Milton 

Westheimer, Milton F. 

Wyman, Maurice 

Cumberland 

Hirsch, Isaac 
Klawan, Jos. 
Lichtenstein, A. M. 
Morgan, N., & Co. 
Rosenbaum, Ira 
Rosenbaum. Irving 
Rosenbaum, L. 
Rosenbaum, Susman 
Spear, M. 

Frederick 

Jacobson, Karl 
Rosenour, Gerson 
Sclar, M. 
Shapiro, Barney 
Wachter, Mrs. Clara W. 
Weinberg, Miss Jean- 

nette 
Weinberg, Leo 

Loira«onine: 

Price, Arthur 
Mt. Washington 

Ross, Albert 
Sussman, Mrs. Edna 

Northeast 

Abbott, Dr. W. L. 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Attleboro 

Stone, Mrs. S. M. 
Boston 

Agoos Family Charity 

Fund 
Baer, Louis 
Bernkopf. David 
Brandt, C. 
Fox, Isidor 



Froedman, Dr. Louis M. 

Gold, Saml. 

Grosberg Family Charity 

Fund 
Gutterman, Estate of 

Adolph 
♦♦Hecht, Lina 

Herman, Mrs. Jos. M. 
♦Kirstein, Louis E. 
♦Koshland, A. 
Koshland, Joseph 
Lebowich, J. 
Newman, Mrs. Samuel J. 
Ratchesky, A. C. 
Rudnick, Joseph 
Schooner, Joseph Y. 
Schwartz, H., & Co. 
♦♦Shuman, A. 
Sisters of the Rebecca 

Society 
Solomont, James 
Stern, Irving H. 
Strauss, Mrs. Louis 
Temple Israel Sabbath 

School 

Brookline 

Berenson, Mrs. Albert 
Buxbaum, S., Co. 
♦Hirshberg, A. S. 
Slocum, Isaac M. 
Van Noorden, E. 
Van Noorden, Mrs. E. 

Cambridge 

Zinn, Donald J. 

Chelsea 

Rosenberg Bros. 

Dorchester 

Gardner, Mrs. Louis 
Fall Kiver 

Cooper, S. B. 

Haverhill 

Hartman Shoe Co. 
Ornsteen, Myer T. 

Kendal Green 

♦Mayer, Richard 
liowell 

Tikotsky, Eli 
New Bedford 

Council Jewish Women 
Newton 

Golden, E. I 
Sangns 

Salter, M., & Sons 
Somerville 

Hillson, Hyman M. 
South Acton 

Rawitser, Wm. 
Springfield 

Adaskin, Herman 

Daniel, Harry 

Ehrlich, Robert 

Glickman, Dr. Alfred M. 

Isenberg, H., & Co. 

Isenberg, Herman 

Jacobs, Dr. Chas. 

Kamberg, Abraham 



♦ Life member. 
♦♦ Deceased life member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



41 



Kimball, George 
Markson, J. H. 
May, Simon 
May, Wm. 

Ratner, Moses & Louis 
Schwartz «& Lepovetsky 
Simons, Saml. G. 
Wile, Lee 

Waltham 

Bayard, Harris 
Worcester 

Bramson, Abraham 
Cotzin, Mrs. David 
Council Jewish Women 
Elias, Saul 
Grodberg & Hirsch 
Isenberg, Alfred G. 
Isenberg, David B. 
Sapiro, Maxwell E. 
Seder, Saul A. 
StrogofE, Mrs. Frank 

MICHIGAN 

Detroit 

Baron, N. 

Blum, Mrs. Henry 

Buchhalter, Wm. 

Butzel, Mrs. Leo M. 

Frank, Mrs. Celia 

Gilbert Mrs. S. G. 

Ginsburg, Bernard 

Goldberg, Louis H. 

Goldman, Morse 
♦Goldstein, Bernice Lois 
*Gumbiner, Jos. H. 

Heavenrieh, John A. 

Heavenrich, Sidney F. 

Helfman, Harry 

Himelhoch, Moses 

Jacobson, H. 

Kahn, Albert 

Krolik, Julian H. 

Landsberg, Myren M. 

Phillips, Wm. J. 

Rosenfield, Monroe 

Schlanger, Harry 
**Schloss, Siligman 

Serlin, Wm. J. 

Siegel, B., Co. 

Stillman, Mrs. Henry 

Temple Beth El Sister- 
hood 

Traitel, Maurice 

Wineman, Andrew 
**Wineman, Mrs. Henri- 
etta 

Wineman, Henry 

Wolf, Edwin A. 

Wolfe, N. 

Grand Rapids 

United Jewish Welfare 
Society 

Kalamazoo 

Temple Sisterhood 

Xiansingr 

Gerson, Jos. 
Temple Sisterhood 

Norway 

Ruwitch, Miss Bessie L. 

Petosky 

Temple Sisterhood 



Pontiac 

Hcineman, Mrs. Sol. E. 

MINNESOTA 

Austin 

Hirsh, Geo. 
Chisholin 

El Queeno Cigar Co. 
Modalic, Dr. W. L. 
Sapero, M. 

Duluth 

Altman, Harry B. 
Davis, Jos. E. 
Josephs, H. Y. 
Loeb, Saml. 

Hibbing 

Hallock, Chas. 
Helstein, Louis 
Markel Furniture Co. 
Sapero, M. 
Sher, I. R. 

Minneapolis 

*Eisler, Adolph 
Federation of Jewish So- 
cial Service 
Jacobs, Benjamin 
Kaufman, Saml. S. 
Ruben, Harold M. 
Selig, Joseph 

St, Paul 
Council Jewish Women, 

Monday Sewing Circle 
Ginsberg, Misses Anna 

and Lilly, and Mrs. D. 

G. Mains 
Jewish Welfare Asso. 
Sisterhood Mt. Zion 

Temple 

Virginia 

Roman, Mrs. Jos. 

MISSISSIPPI 

Aberdeen 

Bergman, M. 
Anguilla 

Kline, Henry 
Brookhaven 

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

Corinth 

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

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 

Moyse & Moyse 

Schlesinger, M. P. 

Scott, Dr. Saul L. 

Stein, H. 

Temple Sisterhood 

Waldauer, Ernest 

Weinberg, A. 

Weinberg, Dave 

Greenw^ood 

Bergson, Paul 

Davidson, M. 

Davidson, Mrs. Rose 

Diamond, M. 

Finkelstein, H. 

Garlove, B. 

Herman, Robert 

Kline, I. M. 

Kornfeld, W. 

Lax, Sam 

Levitt Hide & Fur Co. 

Orlansky, A. 

Roby, M. 

Rodgers, Meyer 

Smith, David 

Stein, I. 

Stein, Joe 

Stein, S. M. 

Weiler, A. 

Weiler, Mrs. Millard 

Hattiesburg 

Dreyfus, M. 

Jackson 

Ascher, Jos. 
Dreyfus, Isidore 
Hart, Cyril 
Lehman, Isidore 
Manassah Lodge 202, 
I. O. B. B. 

Meridian 

Arky, Herbert 
Feibelman, B. M. & E. 
Klein, S. A. 
Lyon, A. J. 
Meyer, Joe 
Meyer, Sam 
Rosenbush, I. M. 
Rothenberg, M., & Co. 
Spiro, Jonas 
Straus & Lerner 
Ullman, L. 
Wigransky, L. 

Natchez 

Beekman, Dr. Marcus 
Beekman, Dr. Philip 
Beekman, Mrs. Sam 
♦♦Frank, Henry 
Fry, Louis 
Geisenberger, Saml. 
Goldberger, L. 
Golilberger, Max 
Kullman, B. 
Laub, Isaac 
Mayer, H. L. 
Seiferth, Jan 
Simon, Leo 
Stockner, Ben 
Tillman, C. L. 
Ullman, Dr. J. S. 
Viener, R. 
Zerkowsky, Isaac 



* Life member. 
♦* Deceased life member. 



42 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



TicksbnTET 

Albrecht, Sam 

Bock-Fischel Drj' Goods 
Co. 

Emmlch, Louis 

Fischel, Mrs. A. L. 

Hirsh, J. K. 

Kory, Rev. Sol. L. 

Ladies' Hebrew Benevo- 
lent Society 

Landau, M. D. 

Laudenbeimer, David 

Marcus, Samuel 

Metzger, Maurice 

Mite Society of Anche 
Chesed Rel. School 

Rice, H. E. 

Sartorius & Fried 

Switzer, L. L 

Teller, Sidney 

Weil, Mrs. R. 

West Point 

Rosenfeld, S. O. 

MISSOURI 

Hannibal 

Council Jewish Women 
Joplin 

Newman, Albert 
Kansas City 

Auerbach, H. A. 

Baum, Jos. 

Benjamin, David 
•Benjamin, Mr. and Mrs. 
Lionel 

Berkowitz, E. B. 

Berkowitz, Walter J. 

Berkson, Sol. 

Block, Sol. 

Bobrecker, Saml. 

Davidson, Julian K. 

Deutsch, Mrs. Rachael 

Feldenheimer, Sam 

Goldberg, Leo B. 

Kansas City Lodge 184, 
I. O. B. B. 

Laner, Louis 

Levy, Family of Isaac 

Lyon, Eugene L. 

Mayer, Moe 

Oppenheimer Bros. 

Shanberg, M. B. 

Shane, Meyer 

Siegel, Lester 

Uhlmann, Paul 

Werby, Jacob 

Wolf, I. J. 

Woolf, Mrs. A. S. 

St. Joseph 

Adath Joseph Sisterhood 
Block, Harry 
Ehrlich, Wm. H. 
Federated Jewish Chari- 
ties 
♦Hirsch, Sol. 
**Westheimer, Mr. and 

Mrs. Ferd. 
••Westheimer, Samuel 

St. Iiouis 
American Fixture and 

Showcase Mfg. Co. 
Baer, Arthur B. 



Baer, J. A. 

Bauman, S. H. 

B'nai El Sisterhood 

Bry, Nathan 

Cohen, Leon 
•Cohn, I. H. 

Cronheim, Herman 

Frank, Mrs. Henry 

Freund, Walter L. 

Glaser, Dr. Carl 

Glaser, Jos., Jr. 

Harris, Marcus 

Hirschhorn, Lewis 

Jewish Federation of St. 
Louis 

Kline, I. D. 

Kopelowitz Bros. 

Kover, Chas 

Leah Ladies' Lodge 5, 

I. O. B. A. 
♦Lesem, Col. Isaac H. 

Littmann, Mrs. M. 

May, Morton J. 

Mayer, Emil 

Missouri Lodge 22, I. O. 

B. B. 
♦Nathan, Emil 
♦Piatt, Edward G. 
**Rice, Jonathan 

Rosenfeld, Arthur 

Rubinstein, T. L. 
♦Sacks, William 

St. Louis Commission 
Co. 

Salinger, Mrs. Ford 

Seidel, S. 

Spitz, Mrs. Moritz 

Steinberg, Mark C. 
♦♦Stix, C. A. 

Straus, Mrs. Hannah 

Swope, Meier 

Treuman, Paul 

Weil. Ralph 

Wohl, David P. 

Wolff, Mrs. Clara A. 

Wolff, E. H. 

Wolfort, Sig. 

Springfield 

Associated Charity Fund 
Tipton 

Cohn, Mrs. Rosalie 
Webb City 

Goldstein, Sol. 

MONTANA 

Butte 

Jewish Charity Chest 
♦♦Oppenheimer, J. E. 
♦Symons, Harry 

Missoula 

Leiser, Esther 

NEBRASKA 

Lincoln 

Friend, Morris 
Gold, Nathan J. 
Gold, Wm. 
Hill, D. 
.Sheuerman, M. 
Speier, Albert 
Temple Sisterhood 
B'nai Yeshurun 
♦Weil, M. 



Omaha 

Cohn, Rabbi Frederick 
Holzman, Wm. L. 
.Jewish Philanthropies 
Katleman, Carl C. 
Kulakofsky, J. Harry 
Lapidus, Harry H. 
♦♦Levy, Morris 
Rosenthal, B. & H. 
Temple Israel Sisterhood 

NEVAD.l 

Reno 

Cohn, Miss Felice 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Manchester 

Chase, Edward M. 
Portsmouth 

Council Jewish Women 
Shapiro, Louis 

NEW JERSEY 

Atlantic City 
♦Bacharach, Mrs. Harry 

Bell, Albert T. 

Binswanger, Miss Mona 

Bogatin Bros. 
♦Buzby, Walter J. 

Council Jewish Women 

Epstein, Mrs. A. 

Federation of Jewish 
Charities 

Flarsheim, Mrs. Fannie 
♦Fridenberg, Mrs. 
Anne E. 
♦♦Fridenberg, Mrs. Solo- 
mon S. 

Friedeberg. Mrs. Gussie 

Friend, Mrs. Alex. M. 

Furer, Michael 

Hanstein, Mrs. Moses 

Hillman, Joel 

Hillman, Julian A. 

Hillman, Mrs. Julian A. 

Ichenhauser, Mrs. Silas 

Jacobs, Mrs. Saml. 
♦Kline, Henry S. 
♦Krauskopf, H. C. 

Levy, Louis 

Pollock, Louis R. 

Press, Mrs. A. 

Sehaul, Henrv H. 

Schechter, S. B. 

Toppin, F. M. 
♦White, D. S. 

Wolfstein, Jesse N. 

Bayonne 

Council Jewish Women 
Belmar 

Strauss, Irving R. 
Bridgreton 

Garfield, D. 
Pollock, Mrs. Benj. 
Schrank, M. C, Co. 
Schwarzman, David 

Camden 

Goldberg, Louis 
Harvev, J. S. C. 
Loeb, Rudolf 



♦ Life member. 
♦♦ Deceased life member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



43 



Collingswood 

Jacobson, S. M. 
Deal 
Baumann, Mrs. S. 
Weyl, Edgar 

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

Elizabeth 

Council Jewish Women 
Koestler, Saml. 
Stein, Dr. Emil 

Uoboken 

Kislali, Julius I. 
Irvington 

Bierman, Geo. 

Jersey City 

Council Jewish Women 

Margate City 

Friedlander, Isadore 

Montclair 

Hirsh, Mrs. Samson 

Moorestown 

Lippincott, Chas. A. 
Newark 
♦Aronson, Louis V. 

Bamberger, Louis 
♦♦Baseh, Charles J. 

Berla, Amzi 

Bornstein, Mrs. Richard 

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. 

Feist & Feist 

Fenning, Herman A. 
♦Fisch, Jos. 

Foster, Rev. Solomon 
♦Friedman, Louis L. 

Goldsmith, Leo 

Goldsmith, Martin H. 
♦Goldsmith, Nathan 

Greenebaum, Harry H. 
♦Groedel, Theodore 

Gross, Lewis D. 
♦*Grotta, David 

Hammerschlag, N. V. 

Hertz, Max 

Hirshberg, D. E. 
♦Hollander, Albert 
♦Hollander, Benj. Wm. 
♦Hollander, Michael 

Hollander, Sam M. 

Jay, Leopold 

Jay, Theodore C. 

Kaltenbaeher, Mr. and 
Mrs. Jos. 

Kanengieser, A. Sig. 
♦Kaufherr, Albert H. 
♦Kaufherr, Maurice D. 

Kaufman, Ferd B. 

Kessler, Saml. I. 



♦King, Nathaniel 
Klein, Albert 
Krieger, Carrie, In mem- 
ory of, by her sons, 
Abe S., Milton and 
Wm. Krieger 
♦Krimke, Philip 
Kussy, Herman 
Kussy, Dr. and Mrs. Jos. 
Kusy, Maximilian 
Lehman, Isidor 
♦Lehman, Wm. E. 
♦Lehman, Wm. L., & 
Jerome 
Levy, Fenster & McClos- 

key 
Lewis, Bernard 
Lindeman, Philip 
Lippman, Louis 
♦Lissner, A. 
♦Lissner, Benj. P. 
♦Lissner, Leo N. 
Liveright, Frank I. 
Longfelder, David 
Manshel, Mr. and Mrs. 

Charles 
Marx, Mr. and Mrs. 

Meier 
MauU, H. W., & Co. 
Mayer, Adolf 
Mayer, Benj. 
♦♦Meyer, Aaron 
Meyer, Jacob 
♦Miller, Bernard 
Muehlfelder, Arthur 
Myers, L. A., Jr. 
Myers, Wm. L. 
Newman, Jacob L. 
♦Phillips, Arthur 
Plant, Louis 
Plant, Moses 
♦Rachlin, Morris 
Rich, Leopold 
Rich, Wm. S. 
♦*Roth, Isaac 
Salzman, Nathan 
Scheck Advertsing 

Agency 
Schlesinger, Alex. L. 
Schlesinger, Mrs. 
Alex. L. 
♦Schlesinger, Louis 
Schlesinger, Morris S. 
Schwartz, Louis C. 
Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. 
Samuel 
♦Schwarz & Son 
♦Sommer, Wm. M. 
Steiner, Dr. and Mrs. 

Edwin 
Steiner, Herman 
♦Steiner, Mrs. Joseph 
♦♦Straus, Isaac T. 
♦♦Weingarten, Levi 

Orange 

Augenblick, Meyer 
Brentano, Mrs. Simon 
♦Roth, Jacob 
Roth, M. 
Roth Realty Co. 
Schindel, Abraham 



Religious School Barnert 

Temple 
Rogowski, M. L. 

Perth Amboy 

Wurtzel, Max 



Paterson 

Bloom, Edward 
Fabian, Jacob 
Levine & Greenspan 
Michaels, Charles 



Phillipsburg 

♦Bugen, Jacob 
Nie, Alice E. 

Plainfield 

Council .Jewish Women 
Klein, Saml. 
Newcorn, Wm. 
Schwed, Herman 
Tepper Bros. 
Tepper. M. 
Yood, Dr. R. 

Shrewsbury 

Meyer, Jos. E. 

Somerville 

Mack, Mrs. Louise C. 
Schwed, Chas. 

South Orange 

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

Trenton 

Holzner, David 
Jewish Federation 
Kaplan, David 
Kaufman, S. E. 
Schafer, Julius 
Swift & Co. 
Trenton Shirt Mfg. Co. 
Wirtshafter, H. 
Yard's, Inc. 

Union City 

No. Hudson Section 
C. J. W. 

Ventnor 

Stern, Saml. 

Washington 

Davidson, Dr. A, 

West End 
Houseman, Clarence J. 

Westwood 

Goldberg, Dr. David 

NEW MEXICO 

Albuquerque 

Ilfeld, Louis 
Ilfeld, Noa 
Kahn, Siegfried 
Norhaus, Max 
Osoff, Meyer 
Schweizer, Herman 

Claj'ton 

Isaacs, Robt. W. 
Las Vegas 

Ilfeld, Charles 



♦ Life member. 
♦♦ Deceased life member. 



44 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



NEW YORK 

Albany 

Aronowitz. Saml. E. 
Barnet, "\Vm. 
Council Jewish Women 
De Beer, Mr. and Mrs. 

Jacob 
Ferber, Ellis 
Fleishman, I. S. 
Gideon Lodge 140, 

I. O. B. B. 
Hess, Abe N. 
Hessberg, Mrs. Albert 
Illch, Julius 
Lamer, Samuel H. 
Levison, I. N. 
Levison, Milton F. 
Mandelbaum, Mrs. 

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

Chas. 
May, Chas. S. 
Mendel, Max 
Mendleson, Ira 
Mendleson, Leon 
Miller Bros. 
Muhlfelder, Jonas 
Myers, N. 

Neuman, Dr. Leo H. 
Oppenheim, Louis W. 
Oppenheim, Wm. L. 
•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. 

Amsterdam 

Lurie, A. D. 
Astoria, Li. I. 

Klein, Bernard D. 

Athens 

Unger, Henry W. 

Auburn 

Marshall, L. 
Blnghamton 

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

Brooklyn 

Bildersee, Miss Adele 

Blum, Edw. C. 

Brightman, S. D. 

Dohrmann, Edw. A. 

Polda, L. 

Franks, H. S. 

Glaser, Abraham 
♦Kalvin, Mrs. Henry M. 
•Kaufman, Mrs. A. Sara 
♦Lewis, Israel 

Raven, C. T. 
♦Reiner, Julius 

Rothschild, S. F. 

Shapiro, Nathan D. 

Soss, Saml. 

Sternberger, Louis 

Buffalo 

Fleischmann, Simon 



•♦Hofeller, Theodore 
♦Hotelier, Mrs. Theodore 
Jewish Federation 

for Social Service 
♦Joseph, J. G. 
Keiser, August 
Spangenthal, Mrs. A. 
♦Warner, Eugene 
Wile, Herman 
♦Winkler, Mrs. R. S. 
Crestwood 

Shiman, Abe 
Croton-on-Hudson 
Rosen Jos. A. 



Baker, Alex. 
Baker, Harrv 
Berinstein, H. L. & B. M. 
Epstein, Julius 
Epstein, Wm. 
Peatherman, Isadore 
Friendly, M. H. 
Friendly, Myer 
Friendly, S. H. 
Gladke, Hon. M. J. 
Goldstein, H. 
Hersch, S. H. 
Horowitch, Hyman 
Horwitz, Sol. 
Jerome & Tischler 
Johnson, Miss 

Johanna R. 
Lain, E. L. 
Lande, Dr. Abraham 
Levy, Benj. F. 
Nathenson, Geo. 
Radin, Mr. & Mrs. 

Henry J. 
Rubin Bros. 
Sammet, J. Barney 
Samuels, Aaron 
Schwartz, Harry B. 
Shreibman, L., & Son 
Sisterhood Temple 

B'nai Israel 
Stern, Harry P. 
Strauss, Chas. 
Swan, C. R. 
Tepper Bros. 
Weil, N. 
Far Bockaway 
Sommerich, Edwin 

Forest Hills 

Allmayer, E. 
De Vos, A. R. 

Gloversville 

Horwitz & Arbib 

Kayne, R. 

Ken- Wei Sporting 

Goods Co. 
♦Lebenheim, F. W. 

Littauer, Lucius N. 

Mendel, J. W. 
♦Moses, Joseph 

Nelson, A. 
♦Rothschild, Samuel 
♦Rothschild, Mrs. Samuel 

Sanger Bros. 

Schine Theatre Co. 

Great Neck 

Augstein, Minnie 
Sisterhood Temple 
Beth El 



Harrison 

Sonn, Mr. and Mrs. 
Sidney H. 

Herkimer 

Schermer, BenJ. 
Johnstown 

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

Kew Gardens 

Jacobs, Miss Eva 
Larchmont 

Rosenthal, Mrs. M. S. 
Lawrence 

Elsas, Adolph 
Long- Island City 

Loose-Wiles Biscuit Co. 

Traitel Marble Co. 

Mt. Vernon 

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

Newburgh 

United Jewish Charities 

New Rochelle 

Amdur, N. W. 
♦Grant, Adolph 

Kaufmann, Julius 
♦Ladenburger, Mrs. Theo. 

Prince Mrs. 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. 
Ahrend, D. H. 
Alexander, Joel 
Alexander, Lawrence L. 
Alexander, Lester 
Alpert, Adolph 
Alsberg, Wm. 
Altheimer, Jesse 
Altschul, Benj. 
Arnold, Miss Carrie 
Aschner, Paul W. 
Bamberger, Mrs. Ira Leo 
♦Bamberger, William 
Bathia Lodge No. 10, 

U. O. T. S. 
Bayer, Mrs. Edwin S. 
Beaumont, Com. L. D. 
Becker, Charles 
Beekman, A. M. 
Beer, Mrs. Julius 
Seller, Mr. and Mrs. A. 
Benjamin, Eugene S. 
Bergmann. A. H. 
Berliner, Saml. 
Berliss, A. D. 
Berman, Jos. Geo. 
Bernard, Mrs. Bertram 
Bernheim, Mrs. Isaac J. 
Bernheimer, Miss 

Alice A. 
♦♦Bernheimer, Miss Rosie 



♦ Life member. 
♦♦ Deceased life member. 



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45 



Bernstein, David 

Bier, Mrs. S.vlvan 

Bijur, NatliJin 

Bildersee, Miss Dorothy 

Bilwiller Bros. 

Bing, Alexander M. 

Blitzer, M. D. 

Bloch, Harry 

Bloch, S. S. 

Blocli, Isaac 

Blocli, Mrs. Isaac 

Bloom, Wm. 

Bloomingdale, Mrs. J. B. 

Bluen, Mrs. M. J. 
♦Blumenthal, Geo. 

Blumenthal, Mrs. Rose 

Blumgart, Mr. and 
Mrs. Louis 

Bonne, Mrs. Josephine 

Brandt, Herman 

Brettauer, Mrs. Jos. 

Bronston, E. 
*Budge, Henry 

Burnham, E. Palmer 

Buttenweiser, Jos. L. 

Cams, Wm. L. 

Centennial Lodge No. 
763, F. & A. M. 

Charity Chest of the 
Pur Industry 

Chopak Textile Co., Inc. 

City Athletic Club, 
Members of, Memory 
of Abraham Erlanger 
•Cohen, Elias A. 

Cohen, Harry 

Cohen, Julius Henry 

Cohen, Max 

Cohen, N. D. 

Cohen, Norman W. 

Cohn, Abraham 

Comstock, L. 'K., Co. 

Cone Export & Commis- 
sion Co. 

Congregation Emanu-El 

Cook, Miss Madeleine R. 

Coplon, Chas. 

Corn, Belmont 

Cowen, Mr. and Mrs. 
David 
*Cowen, Moses 

Curiel, H. 

Da Costa. Sadie B. 
♦Danenbaum, Charles 

Davies, J. Clarence 

Davis. G. Richard 

De Boer, David II. 

Demuth, Leopold 

Dix, Mark H. 

Dreyfus, Fred J. 

Drezwell Co. 

Dribben, S. F. 

Edwards Elec. Const Co. 

Ehrmann, Mrs. Ernest 

Einstein, I. D. 

Einstein, J., Inc. 

Eisman, Max 

Elson, Edwin B. 

Enelow, H. G. 

Epstein Underwear Co. 
••Erlanger, Abraham 

Erlanger, Felix M. 

Erlanger, Mitchell L. 

Erlanger. Sydney B. 

Paison, E. B. 

Pechheimer, A. 

Fechheimer, Charles 

Pederman, Leo G. 

Pell, T. Reid 



Felsonlield, E. 
Finn, Julius 
Fischbacli, II. F. 
Fishel, Mortimer 
Fleishman, Marco 
Flucgelman, Nathan 
Fox, Mrs. Wm. 
Franc Strohmenger & 

Cowan, Inc. 
Franco Corset Co. 
Frank, Edgar K. 
Frank, Miss Gertrude L. 
Frank, Milton L. 
Frankel, Jos. 
Frankel, Mandel 
Freidenberg, Chas. 
Friedman, Mr. & Mrs. 

Herman 
Friedman, I. M., & Co. 
Friedman, Leopold 
Friedman, Morris 
Fuerst, W. F. 
Gaisman, Henry J. 
Gans, Howard S. 
Gans, Milton H. 
Gierhart, H. S. 
Gilman, S. P. 
Gitterman, A. N. 
Glauber, M. 
Glazier, Henry S. 
Gluck, David L. 
Goldberg, Harry 
Goldberger, Leo J. 
Golde, Louis 
Goldman, Herman 
Goldman, Morris 
Goldmann, Nathan 
Goldsmith, Frederick 
Goldsmith, Fred C. 
Goldsmith, Hugo 
Goldsmith, Richard 
•Goodhart, Philip J. 
Goodman, A., & Sons 
Goodman, Edwin 
Goodman, Maurice 
Goodman, Nathan 
Gottheil, Mrs. Paul 
Gotthold, Mrs. Arthur F. 
Greenhut, N. W. 
Greenwald, Estate of 

Henry D. 
Grossman, Emil 
•Guggenheim, Murry 
•Guggenheim, Wm. 
Guinzburg, Geo. 

Kleinert 
Guinzburg, Mrs. H. A. 
Guinzburg, Miss Lillie 
Guinzburg, Ralph K. 
Guinzburg, Richard A. 
Guinzburg, Victor 
Guinzburg, Mrs. Victor 
Guthman, Wm. 
Gutman, A. L. 
Gutman, Monroe C. 
Hadassah Lodge No. S, 

U. O. T. S. 
Harris, Abraham A. 
Harris, Alan L. 
Harris, Nathan A. 
**Hays, Daniel P. 
Hays, Edwin D. 
Hebrew Sisterhood of 

Inwood 
Heckscher, August 
•♦Heinsheimer, Alfred M. 
Heller, I. M. 
Heller, Sol. 
Hendricks, Mrs. Chas. 



Hendricks, Henry S. 
Henry, Miss I'Moreucc 
Henry, Miss II. Maud 
Henry Jones — Lebanon 

Lodge 71), I. O. B. B. 
Herkimer, Bcrthold S. 
Herman, Al. 
♦Hermann, Ferdinand 
Ilersch, Albert M. 
Ilerskovitz, Albert, & 

Sons, Inc. 
Herz, F. W. 
Ililder, Moritz 
Hilson; Edwin I. 
Hirsch, Adolf 
Hirsch, Angelo 
Hirsch, Lee 
Hirsch, Leo II. 
Hirschfcld, Isidor 
Hirschman, Stuard 
Hirsh, Louis 
Hochster, Albert 
Hofheimer, Mrs. Arthur 
♦♦Hofheimer, Nathan 
Holstcin. M. G. 
Holzman, Ascher 
Housman. C. J. 
Housman, Mr. and Mrs. 

Frederick 
Hutzler, Morton D. 
Hydcman, Edwin M. 
•Hyman, D. M. 
Hyman, Mrs. Michael 
Ikelheimer, Emanuel 

Children of 
Ikelheimer, Miss Ida 
Ingalls, Mrs. Will C. 
Ittleson, Henry 
Jacobs, E. Louis 
Jacobs, I. Randolph, 

& Co. 
Jaffee. Louis J. 
Jalkoff Bros. Inc. 
Janowitch, J. H. 
Janowitz, Julius 
Jonas, A., Co. 
Kahn, Elliott M. 
Kahn, Leo M. 
Katz, A. R. 
•Katz. Eugene 
Kaufman, Mrs. Benj. H. 
Kaufman. Carl 
•♦Kaufmann, B. 
Kaufmann, Mrs. Baruch 
Kaufmann, Herbert M. 
•♦Kayser, Julius 
Kayser. Mrs. Julius 
Klee, Walter S. 
Klein, Milton M. 
Klein, Sidney 
Klein, Mrs. Theresa L. 
Klein, William 
Kleppe, 0. W. 
Klingenstein, Mr. and 

Mrs. Chas. 
Klugman, Julius, Sons 
Knapp, Walter 
Knopf, Samuel 
Kohn, Sol. 
Kohn, Walter T. 
Kohnstamm, Edward 
Kohnstamm, Joseph 
Kohnstamm, L. S. 
Kohnstamm, Mrs. Otto 
Kops, Max 
Korn, Danl. L. 
•Krauskopf, Mary G. 
Kuhie. Mrs. Isaac 
Kubie, Samuel 



• Life member. 
** Deceased life member. 



46 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Lamport, Mr. and Mrs. 
S. C. 

Landeck, Walter V. 

Landman, Isaac 

Lang, Mrs. Carl 

Latz, Mrs. Mack 

Lauterbach, Miss Helen 

La Valle, Inc. 

Lax. J. W. 

Lebacli. 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. 

Leon, Henry 

Leon, Henry H. 
•Leon, Maurice 

Levy, Ephraim B. 

Levy, Felix H. 

Levy, I. Monteflore 

Levy, Louis S. 

Levy, Maurice 

Levy, Myron B., Inc. 

Levy, Mrs. Saml. H. 

Lewis, Ted 

Lewisohn, Adolph 

Lewisohn, Sam A. 

Libman, Dr. E. 

Lichtenstein, Mrs. J. B. 

Liebhold, Max 

Liebovitz, E. J. 

Lipper, Arthur 

Lipper, Mrs. Arthur 

Lippmann, George 

Loeb. Benj. W. 

Loewenstein, Hermann 

Loewenthal, Max 
•Louchheim, Harry F. 

Louchheim, Mrs. H. F. 

Louchheim, Walter C. 

Lubell, Morris M. 

Ludwig, Jesse J. 

Ludwig, Mrs. Jesse J. 

Lurie, Mr. and Mrs. M. 

Maas, Eugene 

Mack, Fred A. 
♦•Mack, Jacob W. 

Mack, Marc H. 

Mandell, K. 

Manhattan- Washington 
Lodge 191, I. O. B. B. 

Marcuse, A. J. 

Marks, Mrs. Hilda 
♦•Marshall, Louis 

Marx, Otto 

Mayer, Mrs. Bernard 
•Mayer, Charles 

Mayer, Mrs. Chas. 

Mayer, Mrs. Max W. 

Mayer, Mrs. O. I. 

Mayer, Mrs. Rachel 

Mayer, Mrs. Sol. G. 

Mayers, Jacob 

McNamara, John C, Jr. 

Meinhard, Morton H. 

Meirowitz, Dr. Philip 

Mendelsohn, Sigmund 

Mendelsohn, Walter 

Mendleson, Jerome 

Mergentime, Chas. B. 

Metzler, Mrs. Daisy 

Meyer, Harrison D. 

Meyer, Mrs. Jonas 

Meyers, Abe 

Meyers, Edwin L. 



Meyers, Harry 

Meyers, Wallace E. 

Michaels, Samuel 

Milius, Mrs. A. S. 

Miller, Dr. Louis 

Miller, Sam 
♦Millhiser, Mrs. Clarence 

Mordeeai, Benj. 
**Morganstern, Albert G. 

Morgenthau, Henrj' 

Morrison's. Inc. 

Morse & Rogers 

Moses, D. K. 

Moss, B. S. 

Moss, Paul 

Mundheim, Saml. 

Mutterperl, Sol. 

Nathan, Miss Rosalie 

Xaumberg, Walter W. 

Neymeyer, Mrs. G. 

Newborg, M. 

Newburger, Alfred H. 

Newburger, Jos. E. 

Newman, A. L. 

Newman, Jacob J. 

New York Lodge No. 1, 
I. O. B. B. 

Niven, John B. 

Nordlinger, Emil S. 

Oakes, Geo. W. Ochs 

Ochs, Adolph S. 

Ochs, Mrs. Adolph S. 

Olsa, Mrs. Victor 

Oppenheim, Emil W. 

Oppenheim, Mrs. 
Pauline F. 

Oppenheimer, Mrs. Z. H. 

Opper, E. M. 

Osserman, Simon E. 

Ottenberg, B. 

Peck, Carl E. 

Peierls, Siegfried 

Peyser, Mrs. S. D. 

Phillips, Miss Edna K. 

Plant, Robt. 

Plough, S. Harby 

Pollak, Mrs. Inez C. 

Pool, Rev. Dr. David 
de Sola 

Popper, Mrs. E. S. 

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. 

Robinson & Golluber 

Rogers, Chas. A. 

Rosalsky, Hon. Otto A. 

Rose, Bernard J. 

Rosenbaum, Arthur A. 

Rosenbaum, Carl 

Rosenthal, Benj. 

Rosenthal, Jacob H. 

Rosenthal Mfg. Co. 

Rosenwasser, Harry 

Ross, Julius R. 

Rossbach. Mrs. 
Leonora B. 

Rossin, Alfred S. 

Rothschild, Louis F. 
•Rothschild, Mrs. Wm. 

Rubin, Edward 

Rubin, Saml. 

Sachs, Harry 



Sachs, Saml. 
Sachs, Mrs. Saml. 
Sack & Bernstein 
Saks, Isadore 
Salomon, Herbert 
••Salomon, Wm. 
Samler, Louis 
Samuels, Donald L. 
Sartorius. Helen Smith 
Scheuer, Mrs. Herman 
Scheyer, A. A. 
••Schiff, Jacob H. 
Schiff, Mrs. Jacob H. 
Schiff, Mortimer L. 
Schling, Max 
Schneider, Sam A. 
Schoenfeld, David 
Schoubrunn, S. A. 
Schoolherr, Mr. and 

Mrs. Morris 
Schottenfels, Henry 
Schram, Herman 
Schubart, Henry A. 
Schulte, Mrs. Jos. M. 
Seasongood, A. J. 
Seeberger, Mrs. L. 
•Selig, Charles 
Seligman, Mrs. Dewitt J. 
Seligman, Jefferson 
Semel, Bernard 
Serphos, Norman 
Sessler, Mrs. B. 
Shiman, David 
Shrier, Samuel 
Sicher, Dudley D. 
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, Mrs. Philip 
Simons, Isaac 
Singer, Saul 
Sisterhood Hebrew 

Tabernacle 
Sisterhood of Temple 

Israel 
Sloman, Max 
Slomon, Sidney 
Sloss, A. M. 
Smith, Mrs. I. R. 
Sohn, Oppenheimer & 

Co. 
Sondheim. Max 
Sonn, Alfred W. 
Sonneborn, Moses S. 
Spellman. Louis E. 
Speyer, Edgar 
Springer, Miss Linda 
Stein, Mrs. G. 
Stein, Sigmund 
Steiner, Mrs. B. 
Steiner, Herbert E. 
Steiner, Sam S. 
Steiner, Mrs. Sigfried 
Stern, Albert 
Stern, Benjamin 
Stern, Carl W. 
Stern. I. Foster 
Stern, Meyer 
Stern, N. J. 
Stern, Rev. Dr. Nathan 
Stern, Sigmund 
Stern, Mrs. Wm. 
Steuer, Aron 
Stiefel, Mrs. Samuel 



• Life member. 
♦♦ Deceased life member. 




STLl>l!;>TC> CLlTlNtT W JIEAT WITH B1M>KK 




THE VEGETABLE GARDEN PROJECT 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



47 



Stieglitz, Alboi-t 

StrasburKPi". Irwin 

Strasser, W. W. 

Straus, Harry II. 
♦Straus, Lionol F. 

Straus, Percv S. 

Straus, S. W. 

Strauss, Charles 

Strauss, Loon W. 

Strauss, Martin 

Strauss, Mrs. Martiu 

Stroock, Bertram A. 

Stroock, .Tosepli 

Stroock, Mrs. Pauline S. 

Stroock, Sylvan I. 

Sulke, J. M. 

Sulzberger, Cyrus L. 

Summerfiekl, Solon E. 
**Swaab, M. M., Jr. 

Swope, J. L. 

Sylvester, James 

Taverner, Walter H., 
Corp. 

Tekulsky, Louis 

Tidewater Roofing Co. 

Tocli, Mr. and Mrs. 
Henry M. 

Toch, Dr. Maximilian 

Toplitz, George 

Trager, J. Garfield 

Tremont Temple Sister- 
hood 

Trounstine, John 

Trounstine, Lewis J. 

Uhry, Moise 

Ullmann, Mrs. Julius L. 

Unger, Mrs. Herman J. 

Unterberg, Clarence B. 

Van Raalte, Arthur 

Veit, Gustave 

Veith, Mrs. H. F. 

Vogel, Ben 

Vogelstein, Ludwig 

Vorhaus, Louis J. 

Wallach, Abraham 

Waller, Jerome 

Wallerstein, Dr. Max 
♦Warburg, Felix M. 
♦Warburg, Paul M. 

Watters, Mrs. Leon L. 

Wechsler, Walter M. 

Weil, Myron L. 

Weinman, Miss Bertha 

Weinstock, Louis 
• Weiss, J. S. 

Werner, Rudolph 
♦♦Wertheim, Jacob 

Wertbeim, Mrs. Jacob " 

Wertheimer, Leon G. 

Wiener, Joseph 

Wimpfheimer, Chas. A. 

Wimpfheimer, 
Clarence A. 

Winkler, Eli 

Witmark, Jay 

Wolf, I. S. 

Wolf, Ralph 

♦Wollman, Henry 

♦♦Wollman,. Morton 

♦Wollman, Wm. J. 

♦♦Woolf, Morris L. 

Worms, Miss Miriam 

Wormser, Moritz 

Wyner, I. A. 

Yankauer, Alfred 

Zeckendorf, Louis 

Zimmerman, Kaufman 

Zucker, Arthur A. 



NiuKitra FiiIIn 
Opponlieiiu, Max M. 
♦Silberbei'g, 
Miss Bertha 
SilbcrlnTg Bros. 
♦Silbci lici-g, Isaac L. 
Tcnipli" Beth-I<:i 
Sisterhood 

Oleaii 

Marcus, H. W. 
Ozone Park 

Kaufman, Mrs. A. Sara 
Plattsburgh 

Beth Israel Sisterhood 
Port Richmond 

Council Jewish Women 
Poughkeep.sie 

Rosen, Mrs. M. S. 
Rochester 

Adler, Isaac 

Adler, Mortimer 

August, Leo 

Bakrow, Mrs. J. J. 

Barth, Fred I. 

Baum, Mrs. I. A. 

Baum, Morton J. 

Benjamin, Morris H. 

Cauffman Family 

Cohen, Hyman J. 

Cohen, J., & Son Co. 

Cohn, Herman C. 

Cohn, Herman M. 

Feinstein & Potter 

Firestone, S. 

Forman, B. 

Frankel, Charles 

Frankel, Ezra 

Frankel, Louis 

Garson, Elmer A. 

Garson, Mrs. J. L. 

Goldman, Isadora 

Guggenheimer, H. L. 

Heilbrunn, J., & Sons 

Hyman, Alfred H. 

Katz, Mrs. Abram J. 

Kirstein, Henry E. 

Kleinberger, Leon 

Klonick, Harry 

Kolko, Hyman 

Leiter, Harry F. 

Levy, H. I. 
♦♦Lowenthal, Max 

Lowenthal, Max, & Sons 

Mannheimer, Ike 

Marks «& Abramson 

Metzger, Leon H. 

Meyers, Jacque L. 

Meyers, M. M. 

Meyers, Walter S. 
♦Michaels, Joseph 

Miller, Wm. 

Neisner, 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. 

Steefel, Simon L. 



Stcln, Rudolph 
♦Stein, Simon N. 
Stern, Chas. 
Stern, Henry M. 
Stern, Morloy A. 
Strousc, D. E. 
Thalheimer, J. 
Well, S. M. 
Weil, Mrs. S. M. 
Wile, Julius M. 
Wile, Sol. 

Zerubbabel Lodge 53, 
I. O, B. B. 

Saranac I^ake 

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

Schenectady 

Cohen Bros. 
Horwitz, Philip G. 
Nusbaum, Jos. 
Stern, Henry L. 

Syracuse 

Federation for the Sup- 
port of Jewish Phil- 
anthropies 

Holstein, A. M. 

Tarrytown 

Halle, Mrs. Jacques S. 
Troy 

United Hebrew Charities 
Watertown 

Ellis, H., Estate of 
White Plains 

Council Jewish Women 

Jacobson, David 

Woodmere 

Heller, Mr. and Mrs. 

I. S. 
Lauterstein, Mrs. Leon 

Woodstock 

Kleinert, Mrs. H. E. 
Yonkers 

Wronker, Lester 

NORTH CAROLINA 
Asheville 

Argentar, Sendar 
Blomberg, L. 
Fater, D. H. 
Finkelstein's 
Lipinsky, Morris 
Michalove, S. H. 
Zageir, R. B. 

Charlotte 

Jewish Relief Society 
Durham 

Dworsky, S. W. 
Friedman, S. 
Hockfield, S. H. 
Levy, N. D. 
Rosenstein, Dr. N. 
Sawilowsky, Chas. 
Scher, M. 



♦ Life member. 

♦♦ Deceased life member. 



48 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Stadium, L. 
Wilson Bros. 

Goldsboro 

Margolas, Mrs. C. 
Shrago, A. M., & Sons 
•Weil, Mrs. Henry 
Weil, Leslie 
Weil, Lionel 

Greensboro 

Berlin, P. D. 
Cohen, Ned W. 
Cone, Benj. 
Cone, Bernard M. 
Cone, Mrs. Caesar 
Cone, Herman 
Cone, Julius W. 
Isaacson, M. 
Kaplan, Mrs. A. W. 
Klein, Mrs. Jos. 
Marks, Benj. 
Marks, Harry 
Saslow, B. G. 
Stern, Mrs. Aaron 
♦♦Sternberger, Mrs. B. 
Sternberger, M. 
Sternberger, Sigmond 

Hendersonville 

Brenner, N. 
Patterson, H. 

Higrh Point 

Bernard, A. 
Bloom, R. N. 
Doctor, Harry 
Herman, B. 
Rabinowitz, S. 
Rones, Max 
Silver, Milton 
Silver, N. H. 
Sureul, M. 

Sveartzberg, Mrs. M. B. 
Wagger, R. J. 
Wagger, Mrs. Sara 

Kinston 

Foxman, Ben 
Stadiem, H. 
Vatz, J. 

New Bern 

Bloch, A. 
Cohen, H. 
Cohn, Leon 
Goldman, M. 
Howard, Philip 
Jacobs, M. S. 
Lipman, Harry 
Lipman, Joe 
Lipman, S. 
Lipman, S., & Son 

Kaleigh. 

Aronson, Arthur A. 
Ellisberg, E. J. 
Horowitz, P. 
Kamsler, B. 
Kaplan, Dave 
Korn, C. 
Lazarus, G. 
Levine, Mrs. L. 
Rosenthal, Herbert 
Rosenthal, Jerome 
Samuels, Levi 
Thorn, A. 



Statesville 

Temple Sisterhood 
Wallace, Herman 
Wallace, Slg. 

Wilmington 

Bear, SamL, Sr., & Sons 
Bear, Sigmond 
Berger, Sam 
Bluethenthal, Herbert 
Bluethenthal, Mrs. 

Herbert 
Dannenbaum, G. 
Dlugin, Jacob 
Pinkelstein, Chas. 
Goldstein, H. 
Hahn, Mrs. Fannie B. 
Jacobi, David & Nathan 
Jaffe, H. 
Kingoff, Ben 
Kosch, Alex. 
Moskowitz, J. 
Neuwith, H. B. 
Rubin, S. 
Schwartz, L. 
Simon, A. 
Solomon, B. 
Stein, L. 
Warshauer, Max 

Winston-Salem 

Cohen, H. L. 
Cohen, M. S. 
Cohn, A. 
Ecker, S. 
Eisenberg, I. 
Harris, Nathan 
Katzin, E. 
Kelrich, G. 
Kretzmer, S. 
Lefkowitz, A. 
Levin, Louis 
Radin, G. 
Reznich, L. 
Rosenbacher, S. 
Shapiro, A. 
Sklut, M. 
Solomon, M. W. 
Sosnik, Chas. 
Sosnik, N. 
Sosnik & Sosnik 
Tobias, S. 
Trachtenberg, S. 
Wainer, M. A. 
Young, J. L. 

NORTH DAKOTA 

Fargo 

Stern, Sam 
Grand Forks 

Panovitz, M. 
Jamestown 

Beck, Morris 

Minot 

Baker, A. 



OHIO 

Akron 

Bernstein, M. A. 
Council Jewish Women 
Federman, L. G. 
Ferbstein, Mrs. Harry 
Jewish Social Service 
Federation 



Leopold, H. E. 
Loeb, Louis 
Morgenroth, Dr. S. 
Nobil, M. 
Ostrov, Louis 
Ashtabula 

Temple Sisterhood 
Bellaire 

Blum, Sylvan H. 

Kapner, Thos. 

Ladies' B'nai B"rith 
Auxiliary 

Sons of Israel Congre- 
gation 

Sons of Israel Sisterhood 

Weizer, Mrs. Wm. 
Canton 

Baer, L. A. & E. I. 

Erlanger Dry Goods Co. 

Grossman, Marcus A. 

Kaven, Louis 

Mann, Harry S. 

Mann, Henry 

Mann, Lawrence S. 

Seitner, D. 

Cincinnati 

Abraham, Chas. 

Abraham, Mrs. Victor 

Ach, F. J. 

Ach, Samuel 

Adler, Ferd. 

Beckman, N. Henry 

Berman, Adolph 

Berman, Oscar 

Bernard, J. L. 

Bettman, Irwin M. 

Bing, Ben M. 

Block, Joseph E. 
♦Block, Samuel 

Bowman, Mrs. A. L. 

Cohen, Abraham E. 

Cohen, Alfred M. 

Cowen, Wm. C. 

Cronbach, Dr. Abraham 

District Grand Lodge 2, 
L O. B. B. 

Eichberg, Harry 

Eliasberg, Mrs. E. D. 
♦Fechheimer, S. Marcus 

Pechheimer, S. T. 

Feibelman, Mrs. Rose 

Fox, Mrs. Sol 

Freiberg, Dr. Albert H. 
Freiberg, Bernhard 
Freiberg, Harry A. 
t'reiberg, J. Arthur 
Freiberg, Maurice J. 
Freiberg, Sidney J. 
Freiberg, Sigmund 
Friedlander, Edgar 
Goldsmith, Edgar J. 
Goldsmith, Hugo 
Goldsmith, Mrs. Hugo 
Gugenheim, Max M. 
Guggenheim, Eli 
Guthman, F. B. 
•♦Heinsheimer, Edward L. 
Heldman, Morton J. 
Heldman, N. J. 
Henry, George 
Hessberg, Mrs. Daniel 
Huttenbauer, Emil 
Iglauer, Chas. S. 
Israel, Chas. 

♦Joseph, Mr. and Mrs. 
Arthur 



♦ Life member. 
♦♦ Deceased life member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



49 



Joseph, Jacob 
•Joseph, Maurice 

Kahn, K., Sons t'o. 

Kahn, Nathan 

Klein, Ben F. 
•♦Klein, Samuel 

Krohn, Irwin M. 

Lazarus, Joseph 

Lazarus, Louis 
•Levy, Harry M. 

Liebman, Al. J. 

Liebuian, D. L. 

Livingston. H. S. 

Lowe, Joseph 
♦Lowman, Leo J. 

Mack, Jacob W. 

Marks, Leslie V. 

Marx, Mrs. Millie K. 

Mayer, Emil M. 
•Meis, Henry 

Meiss, Harry 

Meiss, Leon 

Miller, Mrs. E. L. 

Miller, I. L. 

Myers, Abe 

Oettinger, Herbert C. 

Oettinger, Mrs. Myer 

Orton, J. Robert 

Phillips, Godfrey J. 

Pollak, Mrs. Maurice E. 

Pritz, Carl B. 

Pritz, Sidney E. 
•Reiter, A. 

Rheinstrom, James A. 

Rockdale Avenue Temple 
Sisterhood 

Rosenthal, Chas. H. 

Rosenthal, Samuel 

Rothschild, Lester 

Rouda, L. M. 
•♦Sachs, Mrs. Rosa F. 

Samuels, Mrs. Seymour 

Schwartz, G. 

Seasongood, Mrs. Alfred 

Seasongood, Murray 

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

Seinsheimer, Louis A. 

Seinsheimer, Mrs. Saml. 

Senior, Robert M. 

Shohl, Chas. 

Smith, Mrs. J. J. 

Springer, Dr. Alfred 

Stein, Hugo 

Stern, Max 

Stern, Wm., in 
memoriam 

Straus, David 
•♦Sturm, Simon 

Trager, I. Newton 

Trounstine, Victor 

Ullman, Mrs. Louis 

Westheimer, David F. 

Westheimer, Leo F. 

Cleveland 

Abrams, Louis 
Affelder, H. F. 
Bamberger, Gus 
Bamberger-Reinthal Co. 
Baumoel. Morris 
Bayer, W. S. 
Benesch. Alfred A. 
Berne, Marx 
Bialosky, Harry 
Bing, Mrs. Louis S. 
Bloom, A. J. 



Ely wise. E. H. 
Brown, Ronald 
Buehman, Jos. A. 
Cohen, Myron A. 
Cuyahoga Picture & 

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

Lodge No. 1 
Deutsch, Julius W. 
Einstein, Mrs. Jacob L. 
Eisenman, Mrs. Chas. 
Felss, Julius 
Felber, T. L. 
Fish, Wm. B. 
Forchheimer, B. 
Freiberger, I. F. 
Friedman-Blau-Farber 

Co. 
Friedman Bros. & Co. 
Friedman, Herman 
Friedman, Max 
Gllck, Mrs. Jacob 
Goldsmith, Clarence I. 
Goldsmith, Herman S. 
Gottdiener. H. 
Goulder, H. G. 
Green-Hass- Schwartz 

Co. 
Greenbaum, Wm. 
Gross, J. S. 
Gross, Louis N. 
♦Gross, Sam M. 
Grossman, Louis J. 
Haas, B. B. 
Haas, M. S. 
♦Halle, Eugene S. 
Halle, J. M. 
♦♦Halle, Mrs. Manuel 
Halle, Morris N. 
Plalle, Salmon P. 
Halle, Saml. H. 
Halle, Will S. 
Harburger, Ralph 
Hart, David 
Hays, Clarence J. 
Hays, Mrs. David 
Hays, Eugene K. 
Hexter, Kaufman W. 
Icove, V. B. 
Iglauer, Jay 
Kangesser, H. A. 
Kastriner, M. W. 
Kaufman, Louis J. 
Klefeld, Julius 
Klivans, Allen 
Klopper Bros. 
Koblitz, Harry D. 
Kohn, Herrman 
Kohn, Richard H. 
Kohn, S., & Sons 
Korach, Sigmund 
Krause, Henry H., Co. 
Kyman Bros. Co. 
Levi, Max 

Liebenthal. Mrs. Melville 
Loeser, Nathan 
Lowenstein, Ben 
Marks, H. A. 
Marks, Mrs. Martin A. 
Maschke, Maurice 
Miller, J. H. 
Miller, Sam 
Moss, Herman 
Myers, Max 
Newbury, E. N. 
♦Peskind, Dr. Arnold 
♦Peskind, Dr. Ben 
♦Peskind, Dr. Samuel 



•Peskind, Sol. 
•Reed, Milton E. 

Regar, Joseph 

Regar, Nathan 

Reinthal, Sol. 

Richnian Bros. 

Richman, Chas. L. 

Richman, H. C. 

Richman, N. G. 

Rohrlieinior, Maurice 

Rosen, Herman 

Rosenfold, Mrs. Lina 

Rosenfeld, Mrs. Ralph 

Runner, Sam 

Schaffner, Leon 

Schaffner, Morris G. 

Schreiber & Wallach 

Schwartz, E. E. 
♦Schwarzenberg, E. A. 

Selman, Herman 

Shanman, M. D. 

Shaw. A. 

Shlesinger, H. 

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

Simon, M. & D. 

Sinek, H. L. 

Skall, A. H. 

Solomon, Jesse F. 

Stearn, Louis 

Stone, Benj. H. 

Stone, Harry J. 

Stone, I. N. 

Stone, Walter E. 

Stotter, Dr. Henry B. 

Sunshine, C. K. 

Sunshine, Mrs. C. K. 

Swirsky Bros. 

Treuhaft, Wm. C. 

Ulmer & Berne 

Weil, E. S. 

Weil, Samuel D. 

Weil, Saml. D. 

Weiskopf, J., & Son 

Weitz, J. D. 
♦Wise, Samuel D. 

Zwlck, Dr. I. 

Columbus 

♦B'nai Israel Sisterhood 
Herzberg, Max L. 
Jewish Welfare 
Federation 
♦♦Lazarus, Fred 
♦Lazarus, Mrs. Fred 
♦Lazarus, Ralph 
Lazarus, Rose E., Sister- 
hood 
Luchs, Albert 
Marks, Leo J. 
♦Miller, Leopold 
Schonthal, Jos. 
♦Zion Lodge 62, 
I. O. B. B. 

Dayton 

Council Jewish Women 
Daneman, Mrs. Jacob 
Daneman, Mrs. Saml. 
Frankel, Max 
Jacobs, Harry J. 
Jacobs, Jesse 
Jewish Federation for 

Social Service 
Lehman, G., & Sons 

Delaware 

Greenberg-Miller Co. 



♦ Life member. 
♦♦ Deceased life member. 



so 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



East Liverpool 

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

Hamilton 

Hornstein, Max 
Jacobs, Mrs. Aaron 
Kahn, Albert M. 
Kalin, Bertrand B. 
Kahn, David F. 
Kahn, Lucian L. 
Kahn, Myron D. 
Strauss, Max 
Wolf, Jos. 
Wolf, Wm. J. 

liorain 

Temple Sisterhood 

Marion 

Council Jewish Women 

Massillon 

Bloomberg, H. A. 

Piqua 

Anshe Emeth Cong. 

Anshe Emeth Sisterhood 

Hartzell, George W. 

Louis, Raphael 

Louis, Rose 

Piqua Paper Box Co. 

Wolf, Mrs. Sette 

Sandusky 

Kaplan, Saml. 

Springfield 

Jaffa, S. J. 
Kleeman, Max L. 
Kleeman, Walter B. 
Krauss, David 
LeBolt, Mrs. Gus 
Sanders, M. N. 
Schadel, Mrs. J. 

Steubenville 

Sulzbacher, Isidor 

Tiffin 

Ohev Sholem Sisterhood 

Toledo 

Basch, Sylvain L. 

Benowitz, J. 

Berman, Louis 

Billstein, Alfred 

Calisch, Sol. H. 

Cohen, Sol. R. 

Edelstein, Sol. 

Fain, Ben 

Frank, Irving S. 

Green, B. M. 

Hausman, Isaac 

Hirsch, Harry 

Hirsch, Henry 

Kasle Iron & Metal Co, 

Kobacker, Jos. I. 

Landman, Dr. Otto 

Mittenthal, Mrs. Jen- 
nie D. 

Nathanson, Sam 

Sanger, Sigmond 

Shomer, Emunim 
Sabbath School 

Steinem, Jos. 



Warren 

Knofsky, Harry E. 
Robins, Daniel 

Youngstown 

Bachman, Lee J. 
Block Candy Co. 
Bloom, Chas. 
Bloom-Rosenblum- 

Klein Co. 
Brody Bros. 
Cosel, Wm. 
Ephraim, Charles 
Finkel, Jos. 
Frankle, Mrs. A. M. 
Frankle, M. 
Friedman, Henry 
Friedman, Jos. 
Friedman, M. B. 
Friedman, Sam 
Goldstein, David M. 
Goldstein, Henry 
Guthman, Mrs. Leo 
Hansburg, Max 
Hartzell, Isaac 
Hartzell, Dr. Sol. M. 
Hirshberg, B. 
Independent Towel Co. 
Kahn, Julius 
Knight & Gluck 
Levinson, Harry 
Lieberman, A. 
Lippman, F. D. 
Lipsher, Maurice W. 
Livingston, Chas., Sons 
Mahoning Lodge 339, 

I. O. B. B. 
Marks, Max A. 
Marks, M. H. 
Moyer, Morris 
Oppenheimer, Jacob 
Ozersky Bros. 
Printz, Bert H. 
Pupkin, L. 
Regenstreich, L. 
Rheuban, A. H. 
Rosenbaum, Lee 
Shermer, David 
Sniderman Bros. 
Spero, Harold 
Spero, Harry 
Steiner, David 
Strouss, Clarence J. 
♦♦Theobald, Mrs. C. 
Unger Bros. 
Weil, Mrs. I. S. 

Zanesville 

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

OKLAHOMA 

Ardmore 

Westheimer & Daube 

Bartles\ille 

May Bros. 
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. 
May, B. H. 
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. P. 
Berkowitz. Henry J. 
Beth Israel Sisterhood 
Metzer, Mrs. Flora F. 
Portland Lodge 65, 
I. O. B. B. 
♦♦Selling, Ben 

Shemanski, Joseph 
Simon, Jos. 
Swett, Z. 

PENNSYLVANIA 

Allentown 

Becker, Nathan 
Bloyck, Harry C. 
Brone, S. S. 
Butz, Reuben J. 
Cohen, Abraham 
Friedman Bros. 
Gaiman, J. 
Gangewere, W. H. 
♦Groman, Judge 

Clinton A. 
Hebrew Ladies' Aid 

Society 
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 
Rockmaker, H. 
Royal Mfg. Co. 
Royal Wholesale Co. 
Samuels, Mrs. A. 
Schwartz, Michael 
Sisterhood of Keneseth 

Israel 
Trexler, Frank M. 
Trexler, Gen. H. C. 
Tuchler Bros. 
Young, Col. E. M. 

Altoona 

♦Cohn, B. 
Federation of Jewish 

Philanthropies 
Scheeline, Isaiah 



♦ Life member. 
♦♦ Deceased life member. 



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51 



Ambler 

Ambler Asbestos Shingle 
& Sheathing Co. 

Ardmore 



Rossmassler, 
Mrs. Richard 

Beaver Falls 

Mann, Chas. 
Solomon, Moses 

Bellefonte 

Landsy, M. A. 
Bethlehem 

Beilln, J. G. 
Black, Morris 
Coleman, H., & Sons 
Cornfeld, Max 
Friedman, Jos. 
Goldberg, D. M. 
Goodman, Harry M. 
Goodman, I. H. 
Hartman, John 
Long, Robt. 
Refowich, A. 
Refowich, Wm. J. 
Silberstein, Isidor 
Silverberg & Goldberg 
Stone, Frank 
Subkow, J. 
Weisenberger, Sam 

Bloomsburgr 

Lowenberg, D. 
Braddock 

Weissman, B. 

Bradford 

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

Brookline 

Lichtenberg, Chester 

Bryn Mawr 

Dale, Mrs. Edw. C. 

Butler 

Berman, M. A. 
Council Jewish Women 
Horwitz, Wm. 

Carbondale 

Apfelbaum, Edw. 
Berg, Martin 
Golden, Dr. Barnett 
Rosenbluth, Jos. 
Singer, Isaac 

Carlisle 

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

Chester 

Levy, Bennett (deceased) 

Bequest 
Levy, Howard 
Levy, Moses 
Penn Ice Works 
Rosenblatt, Herman 
Sharpe, Dr. A. M. 
Turk & Saft 
Wolson, A. W. 



Clymer 

Levinson, Harry 

Coatesville 

Apfelbaum, A. 
Aronsohn, Benj. 
Bleclvman, S. 
Braunstein, Anna S. 
Chertok, Myer 
Goldberg, I. 
Huston, Chas. L. 
Margolis, Morris 
Schaul, Philip 
Spitz, Harry 
Weiss, Benj. 
Weiss, Philip B. 

Connellsville 

Aaron, M. 
Conshohocken 

Wood, Miss Marion B. 

Danville 

Benzbach, Phillip 
Bloch, Sam 
Horn, B. F. 
Marks, R. L. 

Donora 

Hirsch, Harry 

Doylestown 

•Bailey, John S. 
•Bailey, L. W. F. 

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

Willard, G. E. 

Easton 

Abrams, Ebner S. 

Bricker, W. R. 

Bugen, A. 

Cohn, Harry L. 

Epstein, Wm. 

Feinberg, Jacob 

Goldman, I. 

Grollman Bros. 

Harvey, H. G. 
•Hochman, I. B. 

Kahn, Mrs. Emanuel 

Kaplan, Max J. 
•Kline, Julius 

Krim, Louis 

Levin, Fred 

Lipschitz & Peters 

Mayer, B. D. 

Mayer, Horace 
•Mayer, Jacob 

Ralph Bros. 

Ralph, Herman 

Ralph, Louis M. 

Rosenbaum, Leo 

Sherer, Moses 

Sherer, S. 

Sisterhood Temple 
Covenant of Peace 

Ungerleider, Morris 

Elkins Park 

Kaufman, Mr. and Mrs. 

Edwin 
Mayer, Eugene V. 
Silverman, Mrs. Chas. 

Ephrata 

Harris, Jos. S. 



£rie 

Cohen, Marcus 
Levin, Julius L. 
Levy, Martin D. 
Michel, Julius 
Schaffner, Morris 
Silin, Nathan 
Simon, Mrs. Isidore 
Sisterhood of West 8th 

Street Temple 
Sobel, Isador 

Farm School 

••Rudlsch, Julius 

Ford City 

Greenbaum, Abe 

Greensburg 

Davis, Simon 
Quint, Joseph 
Rose. S. W. 

Harrisburg 

Commonwealth of 

Pennsylvania 
Federation of Jewish 

Philanthropies 
Kaufman, David 
Schleisner, Mrs. Wm. B. 

Haverford 

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

Hazelton 

Dessen, Dr. L. A. 
Friedlauder, M. 
Frumkin, Abe 
Gundling, J. D. 
Honig, Mrs. Isaac 
Hyman, Julius 
Hyman, Leon R. 
Kline, Louis 
Leichtman, Calvin 
Markman, Henry K. 
Mason, Chas. A. 
Roman, Louis 
Sisterhood Beth 
Israel Temple 

Johnstown 

Cohen, Lipman L. 
Glosser Bros. 
Kline, David 
Levy, Seeley M. 
Nathan, Mrs. Morris 
Rothstein, Mrs. Eda 
Silberstone, Seymour S. 
U. S. Trust Co. 

Kingston 

Levy, Reuben H. 

Klttanning 

Einstein, Jacob R. 

L<ancaster 

Cong. Shaarai 

Shomayim 
Organized Jewish 

Charities 

lianghorne 

♦•Branson, I. L. 

liansdale 

Neiburg, S. 



• Life member. 
•• Deceased life member. 



52 

Xiatrobe 

Lowenstein, Fred 

Lebanon 

Berks Furniture Co. 
Caplan, Julius H. 
Coons, Albert 
Henrieh, Gustav 
Levitz, Sol. 

Lehighton 

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

Lewistown 

Cohen, Hyman J. 
Dates, Louis 

Liock Haven 

Claster, Morris L. 
Coploff, Leo 
Council Jewish Women 
Fox Bros. 
Heeht, Edward 
Hoberman, Benj. 
Hurwitz, I. S. 
Keiner, Wm. 
Simon, Jos. 

Mahanoy City 

Lefkowith, Mrs. Gerda 
Ruby, Morris 
Shanfleld, Sidney 
Trier Bros. 

McKeesport 

Friedman, Henry 
McKeesport Paint & 

Hdw. Co. 
Simon, A. M. 

Mechanicsburgr 

Jacobson, A. S. 
(in memoriam) 
Jacobson, D. R. 

Melrose 

Schless, Mrs. Robt. 
Schless, Robt. A., Jr. 

Merion 

Benoliel, S. D. 

Fisher, Eleanor Neilson 

MifBintown 

Meyers, Ferd 

Milton 

Berman, Aaron 
Dreifus, Mr=i. Regina 
Dreifus, Wolf 
Levitan, J. 

Minersville 

Cohen, B. and I. 
Monessen 

Safier, Jos. 
Mt. Carmel 

Council Jewish Women 
Grossman, Mrs. Bertha 
Grossman, Max 
Grossman, Wm. H. 

Nanticoke 

Cimmet. Harry 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Nazareth 

Freeman, S. & H. 
New Castle 

Kaplan, Dr. E. 
Levine, Abe 

New Kensington 

Wilson, J. H. 
Norristown 

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

Northumberland 

Schwartz Bros. 
Oil City 

Westheimer, Mrs. 
Emanuel 

Philadelphia 

Abbott, Miss Gertrude 

Adler, Mrs. Alfred A. 

AUman, Herbert D. 

Bachenheimer, Rosa 
(deceased) bequest 

Barmach, A, 

Barnes, Ira W. 

Baylson, Isidore 

Bayuk. Mrs. Meyer 

Berg, Mrs. Martin 

Berkowitz, Mrs. Albert 

Berkowitz, Mrs. Henry 

Berkowitz, Leon L. 
♦Betz & Son 

Bloch, Arthur 
*Bloch, B. B. 
**Bloch, Simon L. 

Block, Leon 
**Blum, Ralph 

♦Blumenthal, Hart 
**Blumenthal, Herman 
**Blumenthal, Sol. 

Bortin, David 

Bracken, Francis B. 

Bromley, Joseph H. 

Brown, J. Howard, & Co. 

Burd, Louis A. 

Burk, Henry 

Burk, Louis 

Burpee, David 

Burstein, Harry 
*Byers, Jos. J. 

Bythiner, Bertha Gold- 
stein (in memoriam) 

Calwell, Chas. S. 

Cancelmo, Thos. C, Est. 

Cass, Philip, & Co. 

Cassett, L. N. 

Clark, Percy H. 
♦♦Clothier, Isaac H. 

Cohen, Miss Alice 

Cohn, Mrs. Dora 
♦♦Collins, Henry H. 

Cooper, Walter I. 

Corrugated Container Co. 

Dannenbaum, 
Mrs. Harry M. 

Delaney & Co. 

Dreifus, Harry 

Dunlap Printing Co. 

Eichholz, Adolph 

Eliel, Louis S., 
(deceased) bequest 

Emlen, Dorothea 

Epstein, Mrs. Edward 



Farrell, James E. 
Federation of Jewish 

Charities 
Fenton, E. Miner 
Fisher, Thomas 
Fitzpatrick, A. L. 
♦Fleisher, Mrs. Martha S. 
♦Fleishman, Morris 
Fleishman, Mrs. S. L. 
Ford, Mrs. Bruce 
Fox, Mrs. Adolph 
Frankel, A. A. 
♦Fridenberg, Mrs. 

Anna E. 
Friedberger, Simon 
Friedheim, Mrs. Saml. 
Fuguet, Howard 
Garretson, Mrs. M. 
Gaul, Derr & Shearer Co. 
Ginsburg, Jacob 
Goldsmith, Philip N. 
Goldstein, Chas. & 

Hannah 
Goldstein, Harry 
Goldstein, S. Z. 
Grakelow, Chas. H. 
Gross, Mrs. Cecelia 
Gulf Retining Co. 
Gundelfinger, Mrs. 

Carrie 
♦♦Hagedorn, Mrs. Alice 
Hagedorn, Jos. H. 
Haley, Geo. T. 
Hano, H. Richard 
Harberg, Mrs. Jos. 
♦♦Harrison, C. C. 
♦Heimerdinger, Leo H. 
Heppe, Florence J. 
♦Herzberg, Mrs. Walter 
Heymann, Roy A. 
Hinlein, Jos. H. 
Hirsch, Louis A. 
Hirsh, Mrs. Gabriel 
Hirsh, Harry B. 
Hoffman, F. W., & Co. 
♦Hyman, Wm. 
Irwin, H. D. 
Jackson, Mrs. A. A. 
Jacobs, Miss Hattie 
♦♦Jonas, Herman 
Jones, Wm. J. 
♦Kaas, Andrew 
Karpeles, Dr. and Mrs. 

M. J. 
♦Kaufmann, Morris A. 
♦Kayser. Samuel 
*Keneseth Israel 

Congregation 
Klein, Leon G. 
Knup, .Jacob 
Koch, Mrs. I. M. 
Kohn, Dr. Bernard 
Kohn, Jos. 
Korn, David 
♦♦Krauskopf, Dr. Jos. 
Krauskopf, Mrs. Jos. 
Krauskopf, Manfred R. 
Krieger, Wm. 
Kurtz, Wm. Fulton 
♦♦Langfeld, A. M. 
Levy, Miss Adelaide 
♦Levy, Sol. 
Lichtenstein, Milton 
Lightstone, Sidney 
Lindauer, Jos. 
♦♦Lit, Samuel D. 
Loeb, Mrs. Hortense H. 
Lunch Club 



♦ Life member. 
•♦ Deceased life member. 



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53 



Lupton's, David, Sons 

Co. 
•Manko, L. H. 
•*Merz, Daniel 
Merz, Leon 
Merz, Millard 
♦♦Merz, Mrs. Regina 
Meyers, Leon Wo 
Monk, C. T. 
Montgomery, Wm. T. 
Moore & Wliite Co. 
Moorhouse, H. Wilson 
♦•Morris, Chas. E. 
♦Morris, Eflangham B. 
Morris, Samuel W. 
Moss, John, Jr., Estate 
(legacy) 
♦♦Muhr, Jacob 
Nast, Mr. and Mrs. D. 
National Farm School, 

Women's Board 
Newmayer, Mrs. Meyer 
Oppenheimer, Miss Lena 
Pakradooni, H. H. 
Palmer, Dr. E. Carlton 
♦♦Pepper, Dr. Wm. 
Pettinos, Geo. F. 
♦♦Pfaelzer, Simon 
Phi Epsilon Pi 

Fraternity 
Plummer, Wm. T. 
Powell Knitting Co. 
♦Raab, Mrs. Julia 
Raff, A. Raymond 
Richard, Salvador 
Richter, Mrs. Herman 
Rohm & Haas Co. 
♦♦Rorke, Allen B. 
♦Bosenbaum, 

Emilie Leona 
♦Rosenbaum, Leon 
♦Rosenbaum, Leon, Jr. 
♦Rosenberg, Grace 
♦Rosenberg, J. Walter 
Rosenthal, Mrs. Henry 
Rosenthal, Henry 
Rosenthal; Saml. 
Rothschild, S. 
Rubin, Mrs. Jos. H. , 
Rumpf, Gustav 
Sand, Louis 
Santz, Mrs. Sophie R. 
Scattergood, Mrs. Thos. 
♦Schloss, Mrs. Herman 
♦Schoch, Henry R. 
Schoeneman, Jos. 
Schweriner, Mrs. Theo. 
Selig, B. 
♦♦Silberman, Mrs. Ida 
♦Silverman, I. H. 
Singmaster, E. H. 
Smith, J. Willison 
Smith, Jacob H., & Co. 
Smith, Wm. C. 
Smolens, Anna R. 
♦♦Snellenburg, J., J. 

Snellenburg, Jos. N. 
♦♦Snellenburg, Nathan 
♦♦Snellenburg, Samuel 
Southwark Foundry & 

Machine Co. 
Spivak, J. Henry 
Sprovrles, Edvi^in G. 
Stead & Miller Co. 
Sterling, Philip 
♦♦Stern, Eugene M. 
Sternberger, Samuel 
Stokes, Henry W. 



Supplee- Wills- Jones 
Milk Co. 
♦♦Teller, Benj. F. 
♦Teller, Mrs. B. F. 
♦Teller, Jos. R. 

Trainer, Joseph C. 
♦♦Trautman, Dr. B. 
Van Rensselaer, A. 
Von Moschzlsker, Robt. 
Vorenberg, Mrs. Simon 
♦♦Wanamaker, John 

Wasserman, Wm. S. 
♦♦Weiler, Herman 
Weinberger, Mr. and 

Mrs. Louis 
Weinmann, Max 
Weinstein, D. 
Weintraub, Jas. 
Wells, Geo. B. 
Weyl, Jacob L. 
♦Wolf, I., Jr. 
♦♦Zweighaft, Simon 

Phoenlxville 

Kohn, Jos. 

Pittsburgh 

♦Aaron, Marcus 
Alpern, Levpis M. 
Aronson, I. Leonard 
♦♦Browarsky, Marx 
Brunwasser, Mr. and 

Mrs. Frank 
♦Cohen, Aaron 
Cohen, Henry S. 
♦♦Cohen, Hon. Josiah 
♦Dreifus, Chas. 
Einstein, Morris 
Federation of Jewish 

Philanthropies 
Floershein, Berthold 
Frank, Wm. K. 
♦Friedman, Mrs. Joseph 
Goldsmit, Miss Cecelia 
Goldsmit, Edgar B. 
Goldsmit, Mrs. Louis 
Goldsmit, S. B. 
♦Guckenheimer, Isaac 
♦♦Hamburger, Philip 
♦Hanauer, A. M. 
Hast, Mrs. A. M. 
Hirsh, Herman 
Kaplan, F. R. S. 
♦Kaufmann Bros. 
♦♦Kaufmann. Mrs. Jacob 
Kaufman, Mrs. Morris 
Kaufmann, Nathan 
Lehman, Albert C. 
Lehman, Irvin F. 
Neiman, Bennie 
Oppenheimer, A. M. 
Passamaneck, H. 
♦Rauh, Marcus 
♦♦Rauh, Mrs. Rosalia 
Ruben, Jos. H. 
Solomon, Max 
Spatz, Mrs. Simon 
Stadtfeld, Jos. 
♦Weil, A. Leo 

Pittston 

Brown, Edore W. 

Portage 

Wittan, Dave 



Fottstown 

Feroe, Robt. A. 
Fuerman, Samuel 
Hoffman, Philip 
Meyers, F. F. 
Miller, Morris 
Pollock, Mayer 
Singer, Louis 
Stein, J. & H. 
Stein, Myer 
Weiss, Frank 
Weiss, Max 
Weitzeukorn, Morris 
Werther, M. 

Pottsville 

Clawson, J. M. 
Kutscher, M. 
Rubinsky, Israel L. 
Rubinsky, Miss Sara 
Weiss, S. S., Est. 

Quakertown 

Weiss, Ellas 
Radnor 
Harvey, J. S. C. 

Keading 

Baernkopf, Max 
Bash, Wm. 
Bernheimer, Emil 
Claster, Joel 
Imber Bros. 
Isaacs, Ed. 
Israel, Harold A. 
Kaufmann, Saul 
Knoblaugh, Philip 
Levitz, Sam 
Liefter, Meyer 
Liever, Israel 
Liever, Jos. M. 
Myers, C. J. 
Pear & Co. 
Rosenthal, Morris 
Ruttenberg Bros. 
Samuels, Henry Clay 
Sher, L.. & Sons 
Skaist, Max J. 
Sondheim, Leo J. 
Sondheim, Mrs. Leo J. 
♦Sonheim, Dr. S. J. 
Wide Awake Shirt Co. 
Winston, Dr. G. I. 
Yaffe & Blumberg 
Zable, Ben. D. 

Rosemont 

Converse, Miss Mary E. 

Scranton 

Goodman, Misses Bertha 

and Irene 
Jewish Federation 
Oppenheim, I. E. 
Silverberg, M., & Co. 
Vogel, Miss Janet C. 

Shamokin 

Liachowitz, A. 



♦ Life member. 
♦♦ Deceased life member. 



54 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Sharon 

Lavine, Reuben H. 
Mayer, Joseph 

Shenandoah 

Gozlnsky, Harris 

Slatington 

Rice, Samuel M. 

Sunbury 

Fehr, Philip 
Kaufman Bros. 
Marx Bros. 
Rosenblum, A. 
Weis, H. and S. 

Tamaqua 

Losos, M. 

Titusville 

Berwald, H. P. 
Goldstein, Ellis 
Goldstein, Jacob 
Steinfirst, E. 

Uniontown 

Ladies' Auxiliary of 

Temple Israel 
Rosenbaum, Ike 

Yillanova 

Bodine, Samuel T. 

Wayne 

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

West Chester 

♦Grant, Simon 

Wilkes-Barre 

Bartitowsky, Max, & Son 
Budnitzky Bros. 
Casper, Louis 
Casper, Max 
Cohen, H. H. 
Cohen, Joel 
Cohen, Louis 
Cohen, Louis, & Son 
Bpstine, Harry 
Frank, Louis 
Frankel, Isaac & Son 
Freedman, Max 
Galland, A. S. 
Gourvitz, D. 
Hirshowitz, Frank 
Hurwitz, A. 
Karnofsky Bros. 
Keystone Bottling Co. 
Landau's Music & 

Jewelry Stores 
Lazarus, Henry 
Levitsky, Rarri L. M. 
Lewith, Edward L. 
Long, Isaac S. 
Long, Millard F. 
Meyer, Jerome 
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 
Weitzenkorn, J. K. 
Williams, Jacob L. 
Williams, Nathan 

Wllliamsport 

Clarkson Chemical & 

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

Wyneote 

Gribbel, Mrs. John 

W^ynnewood 

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

Wyomissing- 

Kins, Mr. and Mrs. 
Abraham 

York 

Organized Jewish 

Charities 
Silverman, Gershon 
Wilhelm, Mrs. J. Schall 

RHODE ISLAND 

Providence 

Berger, Dr. Hie 
Einstein, Mrs. Moses 
Lederer, Sigmund 
Magid, Saml. M. 
Silverman Bros. 
Sisterhood Temple 

Beth El 
Sulzberger, Milton 
Temple Beth El Rel. 

School 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

Charleston 

Berendt, I. 
Hornik, M. 
Livingstain, Harris 
Rothenberg, Sidney 
Rubin, Louis D. 
Solomons, Mrs. E. M. 
Vlsanska, J. M. 
Williams, H. J. 

Columbia 

Berry, B. 



Borkson, A. 

Citron, M. 

Council Jewish Women 

Donen, M. 

Gergel, I. 

Gergel, J. 

Goodman, I. 

Hebrew Benev. Socy. 

Ravdin, M. 

Rayner, C. 

Rosen & Stein 

Rubin, J. 

Rubin, R. 

Stein, B. 

Weber, Ben 

Darlington 

Cohen, D. A. 
Love, J. E. 
Want, Saml. 

Greenville 

Bloom, H., & Sons 
Kingoff Bros. 
Meyers-Arnold Co. 
Zaglin, C. 

St. Matthews 
Pearlstine, Shep 

Spartansburg: 

Greenewald's Inc. 
Marks, Max 
Morris, A. H. 
Price, Harry 
Skalowski, R. 

Sumter 

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

SOUTH DAKOTA 

Sioux Falls 

Margulies, BenJ. 
Speier, Sam. 

TENNESSEE 

Brownsville 

Temple Auxiliary 

Chattanooga 

Frank, S. H. 

Friedman, Morris 

Ochs Memorial Religious 

School 
Rosenheim, William 

Jackson 

Harris, A. M. 
Rosenbloom, J. L. 

Kenton 

Shatz, Mrs. Sol. 



• Life member. 




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KnoxvJlle 

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. 
Ellis, Morris W. 
Federation of Jewish 

Charities 
Fox, Gilbert J. 
Frank, Ernest 
Frank, Manuel & 

Isadore 
Ghertner, Simon 
Hirsch, Sam 
Iser, Miss Lilly M. 
Jacobus, J. M. 
Lightman, Harry 
Loveman, Mrs. Adolph 
Loventhal, Lee J. 
Maimonides Lodge 46, 

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

S. L. 
Rich, Schwartz and 

Joseph 
Weil, J. B. 

Pulaski 

Isaacs, Louis 

TEXAS 



Council Jewish Women 
•♦Davis, Nelson 

Beaumont 

Jewish Welfare Relief 

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

Big: Springrs 

Fisher, Mrs. Anna (in 
memoriam) 

Corsicana 

Council Jewish Women 



Bromberg, H. L. 
Bromberg, Mrs. I. G. 
Dreyfuss, G. 



Geisenberger, L. L. 

Halff, Henry Mayer 

Harris, Leon A. 

Jewish Federation for 

Social Service 
♦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 
Klein, David 
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. 

GalTeston * 

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 

Swiff, J. 

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

Houston 

Cohen, Sam 

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

Annie and Helena 
Mo'skowitz, J. L. 
United Jewish Welfare 

Association 
Weingarten Br^s. 
Weingarten, Joe. 

Palestine 

Maier, S. 

Port Arthur 

Council Jewish Women 

San Angrelo 

Mayer, Sol. 

San Antonio 

Blum, Mrs. Fannie 



Edar Lodge 211, 
I. O. B. B. 

♦Halff, G. A. C. 
♦Halff, Henry L. 
Halff, Sol. and Fannie, 

Memorial Fund 
Jewish Social Service 

Federation 
Oppenheimer, Mrs. 
Fannie 
♦Stern, Morris 

Texarkana 

Ehrlich, Esther 
Heilbron, Louis 
Sandberger, M. 

Tyler 

Edward Lasker Lodge 

347, I. O. B. B. 
Wadel, B. 

Waco 

Goldstein, A. M. 
Hirschberg, S. 
Migel, L. 

UTAH 



Salt Lake City 

Alexander, Daniel 
Baer, Mrs. Mathilde 
B'nai Israel Sisterhood 
Marcus, Louis 
Rosenblatt, Nathan 

VIRGINIA 



Alexandria 

Beth El Sisterhood 
Ruben, Leopold 
Weil Bros. 

Danville 

Balin, M. 
Belor, B. 

Goldstein, Mrs. D. 
Herman, L. 
Hoffman, W. H. 
Kaufman, Mrs. Julius 
Kingoff, A. 
Klaff, M. 
Levinson, Dr. B. 
Lowenstein, H. 
Roman, Moses 
Schuster, Isaac 

Harrisonburg 

Bloom, Bernard 

Lynchburg 

Cohen, Meyer B. 
Peinman, J. N. 
Peinman, Mrs. Julia 
Goodman, Leon 
♦♦Guggenheimer, 
Mrs. Max 
Oppleman, W. D. 
Rosenthal, L. E. 
Rosenthal, Dr. S H. 
Schewel, a. M. 



♦ Life member. 
♦♦ Deceased life member. 



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Schewel, Ben 
Snyder & Berman 

Newport News 

Garner, Wm. 
Jacobs, Ben. 
Myers, Amelia, Guild 
Nacliman, Mrs. Sol 
Rosenbaum, A. 
Rosenbaum, Nattian 
Spigel, D. 

Norfolk 

Fisher, G. G. 
Frank, Louis 
Hirschler, Dr. D. Lee 
Hoflieimer, J. C. 
Jacobs, Benj. 
Jacobs, F., & Bro. 
Kantor, H. D. 
Kaplan, Mike 
♦Ladies' Hebrew 

Benevolent Assn. 
Lilienfeld, B. 
Lowenberg, Harry L. 
Mansbach, Louis 
Mendelsohn, Mrs. Rose 
Nordlinger. M. W. 
Rose, Saml. 
Seldner, A. B. 
Snyder, L. 
Ulman & Emanuel 

Petersburg: 

Blacker Bros. 
Friedenberg, Max J. 
Gellman, Abe 
Lavenstein Bros. 
Levitt Bros. 

Reinach, Mrs. Milton I. 
Sollard, H. 
Tobias, Max 
linger, Sidney 

Portsmoiith 

Bord, Saml. 
Cohen, Saml. 
Faas, Sol. 
Kirstein, H. L. 
Levitin, Abe 
Nachman, Marcus 
Rosenfeld, I. H. 

Richmond 

•♦Binswanger, Harry S. 
•♦Binswanger, M. I. 

Bloomberg & Machael 

Florsheim, M. B. 

Galeski, Mrs. S. 

Greentree, Meyer 

Hutzler, Henry S. 

Jacobi, Mrs. Jos. N. 

Kaufman, Edgar J. 

Kaufmann, I. 

Kaufmann. J. Irving 

Marcuse, I. J. 

Marcuse, M. E. 

May, Irving 
♦*Milhiser, Gustave 
•Raab, E. 
•Raab, Mrs. E. 

Rosendorf, Sam 

Stern, Sidney L. 

Straus Co. 



Straus, Milton J. 
Thalhimer, W. B. 
Verveer, Sam 
Weil Clifford 
•♦Whitlock, Philip 

Roanoke 

Cohen, I. 
Cooper, Ike 
Dimond, Max 
Fisher, Julius 
Goldberg, Jos. 
Harrison, M. 
Kaufman, Mrs. M. 
Kohen, David 
Kohen, Wm. 
Levy, Frank H. 
Lowenstein, Ike 
Lyons, J. 
Masinter, M. L. 
Raab, M. J. 
Rosenberg, M., & Sons 
Schlossberg, M. J. 
Spigel, Joe 
Spigel, Sam. 
Weinstein, J. H. 

Staunton 

Strauss, L. G. 
Weinberg, Harry 

WASHINGTON 

Centralia 

Shanedllng, Jacob 

Seattle 

•PJkstein, Nathan 
♦♦Galland, Bonham 
•♦Galland, Mrs. C. K. 
•♦Gottstein, Meyer 
♦•Gottstein, Rebecca 

♦Lang, Julius C. 
Seattle Jewish Fund 

Tacoma 

Council Jewish Women 
Tacoma Jewish Fund 

WEST VIRGINIA 

Charleston 

Adler, Ammi H. 
Baer, Ben 
Baer, Frank A. 
Eppstein, Meyer M. 
Frankenberger, Max 
Friedman, Mrs. Pauline 
Galperin, S. H. 
Goldman, M. B. 
Hess, Jos. L 
Hess, Sam 
Kaufman, Grover 
Kaufman, Harry 
Kaufman, Lawrence 
Levin Bros. 
Levit, Dr. A. 
Lindenberg, A. J. 
Loewenstein, Abe 
Loewenstein, Isaac 
Loewenstein, Joe 
May, Philip 



Moses, S. A. 
Polan, H. 
Rosenblatt, A. M. 
Roth, Max 
Silverstein, A. P. 
Silverstein, Harry 

Clarksburg 

Burka, Fred 
Caplan, H. A. 
Franz, D. B. 
Friedlander, M. 
Markowitz, Louis S. 
Oliker, Louis 
Rosenberg, S. A. 
Winer, Aaron 



Broidy, J. M. 
Golden Bros. 
Goodman, Simon D. 
Kline, S. G 
Lyons, L. 
Osgood, D. M. 
Rose, Max 
Zaslaff, I. 

Hunting:ton 

Broh, J. 

Bronsteiu, Harry 
Frankel, A. H. 
Glick, Harry and Max 
Gross, I. T. and David 
Hyman Bros. 
Leiner, L. 
Lewis, Walter 
London, Jack 
Masinter, J. M. 
Samson, Samuel 



LiOgan 

Temple Sisterhood 

Morgantown 

Cohen, Saul 
DeLynn Bros. 
Herskovitz, Sam 
Morgantown Sisterhood 
Weintrob, Max 

North Fork 

B'nai Israel Sisterhood 
Catzen, Aaron 
Rosen, Sam 

Parkersburg 

Broida, J. S. 
Goldstein, Wm. 
Lasky, Louis 
Nathan, Mrs. Ben 
Stern, Joseph 

Wheeling 

Bauer, Mrs. Carrie L. 
Bloch, Samuel S. 
Emsheimer, Miss Cora S. 
Eoff St. Temple 

Sundav School 
EofC St. Temple 

Sisterhood 
Friedman, Arnold J. 



• Life member. 
•• Deceased life member. 



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Front, Mrs. H. M. 
••Horkhelmer, Mrs. B. 
Horkhelmer, Julius 
Horkhelmer, Louis 
Isenberg, Israel 
Rice, H. L. 
Sonneborn, Cbarles L. 

WISCONSIN 

Appleton 

Jewish Ladles' Aid Soey. 
Marshall, L. J. 

Green Bay 

Sauber, W. 



Madison 

Council Jewish Women 
Ellman, Ben L. 



Milwautee 

Frank, Walter 
Gardner, H. 
Gilead Lodge 41, 

I. O. B. B. 
Reliable Knitting Works 
Sattler, J. B. 
Stone, Nat 



Superior 

Aronsohn, Herman A. 



CHINA 

Shanghai 

♦Jacob, Leopold 

ENGLAND 

liondon 

Mayer, Simon D. 
Meyer, Arthur 

SWITZERIiAND 

Rorschach 

♦♦Schoenfeld, Max 



Kaukauna 

•Wertheimer, M. A. 



West Bend 

♦•Heller, Isidore 



♦ Life member. 
** Deceased life member. 



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THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

Executive Offices 

1701 Walnut Street, Philadelphia 



Date, 

I, the undersigned, being in sympathy with the object «f 
The National Farm School — ^thie training of lads in the practice 
and science of agriculture, for agricultural callings — do hereby 
agree to subscribe as one of the maintainers of the institution 

the sum of dollars annually. 



Name 



Benefactor $100 

Friend 50 

Patron 25 

Member 10 

Supporter 5 Malie checlis payable to The National Farm School. 



Address 



"I give and bequeath 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 heing, 
for the use of the institution." 



^ottn of iB^uia^ 

ON REAL ESTATE OR GROUND RENT 

"I give and devise unto The National Farm School, Bu^hs 
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, whether fire, title 
or otherwise, free from all taxes." 



A donation or bequest of $10,000 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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