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Twentieth Annual Report 




OF 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



November, 1917 

FARM SCHOOL BUCKS COUNTY, PA. 



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TWENTIETH 

ANNUAL REPORT 



OF 



The National Farm 
School 



Farm School 
Bucks County 
Pennsylvania 




NOVEMBER, 1917 



Officers of The National Farm School 

1917-1918 



LOCAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

President 

JOSEPH KRAUSKOPF 

4715 Pulaski Avenue, Germantown 

Vice-President Treasurer 

HARRY B. HIRSH ISAAC H. SILVERMAN 

Secretary Field Secretary 

MISS E. M. BELLEFIELD MISS A. M. ABRAHAMSON 

Office: 407 Mutual Life Building, Philadelphia 

HONORARY TRUSTEES 

(Having served for ten consecutive years) 

HART BLUMENTHAL ABRAHAM ISRAEL LEON MERZ 

ADOLPH EICHHOLZ MORRIS A. KAUFMANN BERNARD SELIG 

SIMON FRIEDBERGER ALFRED M. KLEIN I. H. SILVERMAN 

HARRY B. HIRSH JOS. N. SNELLENBURG 

ELECTED TRUSTEES 

(Ttrm expires 1918) (Term expires 1919) (Term expires 1920) 

HENRY BRONNER DAVID BURPEE HERBERT D. ALLMAN 

MORRIS FLEISHMAN HARRY FELIX LEO H. HEIMERDINGER 

J. H. HINLEIN DANIEL GIMBEL LOUIS NUSBAUM 

BERNARD KOHN JAS. G. HELLER EUGENE M. STERN 

JOHN ZIMMERMAN M. R. KRAUSKOPF GEORGE WHEELER 

For L O. B. B. No. 3, Dr. B. S. POLLACK, Jersey City, N. J. 

Representative of Philadelphia Federation of Jewish Charities, LOUIS WOLF 

NATIONAL AUXILIARY BOARD 

LOUIS L AARON Pittsburgh, Pa. 

MAX A. ADLER Rochester. N. Y. 

DANIEL ALEXANDER Salt Lake City, Utah 

HENRY BEER , New Orleans, La. 

L W. BERNHEIM Louisville, Ky. 

HARRY S. BINSWANGER , Richmond, Va. 

MELVIN BEHRENDS Washington, D. C. 

NATHAN ECKSTEIN Seattle, Wash- 

MAURICE FREIBERG Cincinnati, Ohio 

SAMUEL FRIEDHEIM Rock Hill, S. C. 

MILTON D. GREENBAUM Baltimore, Md. 

A. HIRSHHEIMER La Crosse, Wis. 

ALFRED E. KALTER Indianapolis, Ind. 

ISAAC LANDMAN Far Rockaway, N. Y. 

JACOB M. LOEB Chicago, 111. 

J. E. OPPENHEIMER '. Butte, Mont. 

LOUIS SCHLESINGER Newark, N. J. 

MORRIS STERN San Antonio. Tex. 

DAVID STERNBERG Memphis, Tenn. 

ISAAC M. ULLMAN New Haven, Conn. 

EUGENE WARNER Euffalo, N. Y. 

MORRIS WEIL Lincoln, Neb. 

HARRIS WEINSTOCK Sacramento, Cal. 

MAURICE WERTHEIM New York, N. Y. 



THE FACULTY 



JOSEPH KRAUSKOPF, D. D. 
President 

BERNHARD OSTROLENK, B. Sc. (Mass. Agricultural College) 
Director, Professor of Agricultural Chemistry 

WILLIAM H. BISHOP, B. Sc. (Mass. Agricultural College) 
Professor of Agriculture and Superintendent of Farms 

DRUE NUNEZ ALLMAN. B. Sc. (Cornell) 
Professor of Horticulture 

CECIL J. TOOR (National Farm School) 
Professor of Poultry Culture and Dairying 

*J. L. CAMPBELL 
Professor of Physics and Mathematics 

SIMON MARCOVITCH, B. Sc. (Cornell), M. Sc. (Univ. 

of Minnesota) 

Professor of Biology 

WESLEY MASSINGER, V. S. (Cornell) 
Professor of Veterinary Science and Farm Hygiene 

ELIAS NUSBAUM 
Instructor in Applied Electricity 

HETTY ABRAHAM 
Matron 

HARMAN KRAFT 
Foreman of Home Farm 

HOWARD F. YOUNG 
Foreman Schoenfeld Memorial Farm No. 5 

AARON LIEBERMAN (National Farm School) 
Post-Graduate and Student Manager Schoenfeld Memorial 

Farm No. i. 



*At present time in U. S. Service, at Camp Meade, Md. 



STANDING COMMITTEES 

1917-1918 



Educational 

Louis Nusbaum, Chairman 

Hart Blumenthal A. M. Klein 

Adolph Eichholz Bernard Kohn 

James G. Heller Leon Merz 

H. B. Hirsh B. Selig 

M. A. Kaufmann George Wheeler 

Financial 

H. B. HiRSH, Chairman 

H. D. Allman J. H. Hinlein 

Hart Blumenthal Abraham Israel 

Henry Bronner A. M. Klein 

Adolph Eichholz Leon Merz 

Harry Felix B. Selig 

Morris Fleishman I. H. Silverman 

L. H. Heimerdingei J. N. Snellenburg 

E. M. Stern 

Domestic 

J. N. Snellenburg, Chairman 

H. D. Allman J. H. Hinlein 

Hart Blumenthal Abraham Israel 

David Burpee Bernard Kohn 

Harry Felix M. R. Krauskopf 

Morris Fleishman Leon Merz 

Daniel Gimbel B. Selig 
John Zimmerman 



LADIES' EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Associated with the Local Board 

Mrs. a. M. Klein, Chairman Mrs. Jos. Guckenheimer, Treasurer 

Miss Mathllde Bellefield, Secretary 

Mrs. H. Bayersdorfer Mrs. L. H. Heimerdinger Mrs. David Phillips 

Mrs. D. Berlizheimer Mrs. H. B. Hirsh Mrs. S. Rosenau 

Mrs. B. B. Bloch Mrs. D. Kirschbaum Mrs. Arthur Rosenberg 

Mrs. Gabriel Blum Mrs. B. Kohn Mrs. Samuel Salus 

Mrs. H. M. Dannenbaum Mrs. L. U. Marks Mrs. L Wasserman 
Mrs. Sara Goldsmith 

Honorary Members 

Mrs. a. Fleisher, Honorary Chairman 
Mrs. R. B. Shoneman, Honorary Chairman 

Mrs. A. J. Bamberger Mrs. H. Rosenthal Mrs. M. F. Langfeld 

Mrs. Hart Blumenthal Miss Frieda Jonas Mrs. I. H. Silverman 

Mrs. S. Friedberger Mrs. Jos. Krauskopf Mrs. M. Sycle 

Mrs. J. Guckenheimer Mrs. M. Schamberg 



TO FARM 15 TO ARM 



RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED 
TO 

HERBERT C. HOOVER 

Food Administrator of the United States 
BY 

JOSEPH KRAUSKOPF 

Representative of Jewish Co-operating Organizations in the Department of 
Food Conservation, Washington, D. C. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 
1917 



United States Food Administration 

Washington, D. C. 



October 1, 1917. 

DR. JOSEPH KRAUSKOPF, 

Department of* Co-operating Organizations 
of U. S. Food Administration. 

My dear Dr. Krauskopf: 

Your very kind invitation to address The National Farm 
School has been brought to my notice. Nothing would give me 
more pleasure than to attend. But you, yourself, through your 
connection with the United States Food Administration at Wash- 
ington, are fully conversant with the pressure of the work here, and 
can readily appreciate how very unwilling I am to quit my desk, 
even for a day, at this critical stage in our plans of organization. 

The great work The National Farm School is doing under 
your leadership is widely and most favorably known, and I will 
welcome the first convenient opportunity to pay it a visit. 

The work of conserving food is contingent upon its production, 
and its production depends, I feel, not so much on the number of 
producers as upon how well they are trained. In inculcating a 
love of the soil and an accurate knowledge of the "How" in agri- 
culture, your Institution is performing an invaluable national 
service, and I wish for you the continuation of a most deserved 
success. 

Yours faithfully, 

(Signed) HERBERT HOOVER. 



TO FARM IS TO ARM 

TWENTIETH ANNUAL MESSAGE 

To the Members of THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

By its Founder and President 

THE REV. DR. JOSEPH KRAUSKOPF 

October 7. 1917 



^TTT, ,.TA^T^-»T A vcar ago, when last we met in annual ses- 

OUR NATION J a J 

BUCKLES si on, we offered up a prayer of thanksgiving that 

ON ARMOR . 

our beloved America was serene and secure 
against the debacle of civilization — against War — the all con- 
suming monster. We rejoiced that our Republic had not drawn 
the sword, and we dared to hope that the sword would remain 
unsheathed by us forever. 

To-day we meet amidst the clamor and tumult of war. 
America is buckling on its armor to enter the fray. Already 
blood of ours may be drenching some far-off battlefield; already 
our flag floats high and proud, somewhere in France, where the 
flower of our manhood is preparing to take its place alongside 
of our allies in the trenches. In a score of encampments, scat- 
tered throughout the country, a million of our youth, chosen 
democratically, taken equally from among the most favored of 
fortune and from the ranks of the humblest, are democratically 
assembled, to learn the new, the paramount business of America 
— the business of war. 

___, „.„-„„ Here is neither the time nor the place to 

BEHIND THE enlarge upon the war's causes or justifications. 

PRKSIbENT 

Here we are all in accord with the great leader 
who is our Commander-in-Chief. We, who sustained him when 
yet he stayed the hands of the impatient, we, who sustained him 
when, despite clamor and criticism, he counselled peace, sustain 
him, with equal devotedness, now that he has let slip the dogs of 
war. To us, assembled here, the President of the United States 
personifies the greatness and the glory of America, and we rally 



8 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

to VVoodrow Wilson, asking only how we, too, may serve in 
order that peace may speedily be restored into a war-sick world. 
NOT ALL CAN This, I am confident, is the thought upper- 

SERVE AT most in the minds of those of us who are erath- 

THE FRONT. , , , . . . ** 

ered here to-day, as it is uppermost in the minds 
of millions of others, who would willingly make the supreme 
sacrifice for our country's sake, but who are bidden, in ways 
of peace, to perform such duties as will contribute to the success 
of the business of our necessitated war. Barred from donning 
the khaki, from shouldering the rifle, from taking places in the 
line of battle and in the trench, what are we to do, what service 
can we render to uphold our country's cause, to bring victory 
not only to this_ democracy, but also to the democracies of the 
world? Shall we retrench? Shall we practice economy? Shall 
we speed up the machineries which will increase the military 
resources of the land? These things we shall do gladly! Shall 
we give of our treasure? Shall we buy Liberty Bonds as freely 
as we would dividend-paying stocks and bonds? That we have 
done and shall do without stint, without misgiving! Shall we 
pay double and treble taxes? That, too, we shall do, cheerfully, 
eagerly! Shall we check our natural desire for large profits? 
It is the least sacrifice we can make when we think of the youth 
of our land, ready and willing to surrender their chief asset, 
their entire capital — life — for the sake of America! 
MANY CAN There is one other thing we can do, perhaps 

SERVE ON the greatest of all. We can practice Conserva- 

FARM 

tion — the husbanding of all our vast energies, of 
all our vast resources, and their increase. 

Wars are no longer won by the hurling upon the enemy 
of vast hordes of men alone. Wars are no longer won by armies 
alone, nor by steel and lead, nor by naval and air fleets, nor by 
superior strategy and tactics. We have seen a great war-ma- 
chine, the building of which consumed nigh a half -century, 
drilled and munitioned to the last degree of efficiency, fail. Ger- 
many is balked, because behind the vast military machine writhes 
a people. wanting the necessaries of life. When hunger is abroad 
in the land, when grain and potatoes and meat and milk are 
luxuries almost beyond price, the proudest army must be hum- 
bled, and the flaunting defiant banners must trail in the dust. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 9 

Hence, it follows that the best, the highest service we can 
render is to conserve, yea, to increase, for our beloved country 
the staple necessities, to place the danger of hunger far from us. 
Thus shall we add valor to our courageous armies, strength to 
their prowess, and make the victory swift and sure. 
FARM SECRET Much is being done already. Our national 

OF NATION'S capital is a vast hive of industry. The great 
National Defense Council with Bernard Baruch 
and Julius Rosenwald is accomplishing the wonders of Aladdin. 
Hoover, the savior of Belgium, is doing a Titan's work in pro- 
tecting the country's food supply — a work toward which it is 
the great privilege of this School, to make some slight contribu- 
tion. But all of this wonderful work will not suffice if the 
source of supply — the fountain-head from which flows the life- 
stream of the nation's strength — the farm, shall be neglected. 
Already, the farmers of the nation have been mustered into this 
service, and the mere suggestion of what is their part in this 
war has caused them to increase the supply of staples, -in some 
instances to as much as 30%. A splendid beginning, yet not 
enough. For we shall have to feed, not only ourselves, but all 
of our allies, if this war is to drag on a still longer number of 
years. 

PEOPLE SLOW ^^^ years, ever since and even before the 

TO RECOG- foundation of the national farm school, its 

NIZE IT 

Founder and President called attention to the 
monstrous waste of America's resources, of its vast farm desola- 
tion, of its monstrous city congestion. He inveighed against the 
inequity of a system that crushed out lives in the tenements, 
and kept barren millions of acres that longed to give life in 
return for being given life. He pointed to the tuberculosis sana- 
toria, to the m5'-riad of early graves, to the relief institutions, to 
the bread lines, to the povert5^ to the degradation, and pleaded 
for the means to bring about an intimate relationship between 
the city-dweller and the fertile fields. Here and there a willing 
ear was lent to his exhortations, else this institution would not 
have been called into being — would not now for twenty years 
have been doing its part toward alleviating an intolerable, a per- 
ilous situation. But not many ears were willing to listen and 
heed. For the most part, the idea upon which, the national 



10 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

FARM SCHOOL IS bascd, was dismissed as a dream, a hobby, a 
Utopia, as unessential and unnecessary. 

FARM SCHOOL ^^^ today we call upon those who have 

VINDICATED. doubtcd, wlio havc sneered, to stand up and ac- 
knowledge their error — we call upon them to witness the vindi- 
cation of an idea. Well may we call this day Vindication Day. 
It took twenty years to convince the people that we were right. 

Of course, it would have been better if the foresight of the 
people had been as good as their hindsight. Our institution 
today would have been far different from what it is now. 
Instead of its few buildings, there would have been scores of 
them; instead of cultivating but a few hundred acres, we would 
have cultivated several thousand; instead of a few hundred 
graduates, thousands of them would have been supplying the 
Nation with bread. We would not have been obliged to turn 
back, annually, scores of lads who were clamoring for admission 
to our School, but whom we could not admit, because of a lack 
of room to house them and of means to take care of them. 

Even at this day, with demands for food producers greater 
than ever before in the history of our Nation, we have an enroll- 
ment of but seventy-five students, some twenty-five students less 
than we had a year ago, the high cost of everything having more 
than doubled the expense of running our institution and necessi- 
tating the reduction of students, inasmuch as our students, irre- 
spective of creed, receive at our institution, not only their educa- 
tion, but also their board, lodging, and other necessities, free of 
all charge to them. 

Having labored twenty years under such unfavorable 
conditions, the marvel is that we accomplished anything at all. 
Surely, God has been with us, even if the people were not. 
TO FARM IS To-day, in the midst of all the vast prepara- 

To ARM. tions for war, the world has come to realize that 

even as important as the man with the gun is the man with the 
hoe. TO FARM IS TO ARM — that is the slogan for us who cannot 
arm with sword and rifle and bayonet. We, too, must arm, with 
the plough, the reaper and the sickle. While the embattled youth 
of the land goes forth to do, to die, to win, we who stay behind 
must fill the granaries of the land, must cause our store-houses 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 11 

and our larders to overflow with plenteous harvests, so that want 
shall be unknown for our brave soldiers, and those of our allies. 
The business of war is a highly specialized 
FARMING business, that we now realize. And the greatest 

TRAINING business of peace — the business of farming — 

that, too, is a highly specialized calling. Even 
as we must train our soldiers, so, too, must we train our farmers. 
Two million men may go forth to farm, but untrained, unskilled, 
undrilled, they would go forth to failure. 

For the past twenty years, this has been the insistent pro- 
paganda of THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL — "Train our Youth — 
Train them for the Farm, for the Good of our Country," was 
our constant appeal. At last, the basic idea upon which this 
institution rests is recognized. And, if the recognition of this 
truth will result in action, our institution may go forward from 
strength to strength, to render that maximum service to our 
country and to our people which is its highest aspiration. For 
the American Jew, the opportunity for a surpassing service to 
the United States is contained in the national farm school. 
By strengthening it, by making its progress real, he will be mak- 
ing a contribution as noble as that which his brother in arms 
is making to render this country forever safe. 
SUCCESS OF '^^^ world is in a better mood to-day to 

FARM SCHOOL listen to our appeal, and we have a better story 
to tell than we ever told before. We cannot be 
accused of boastfulness, if we point to our record, to the scores 
of young men who have gone forth from us to practice and 
preach and teach the gospel and the skill they have acquired 
here. It is a list that is growing too long for recapitulation. 
Perhaps it will suffice if we name only one — that young man 
who went forth from this School a few years ago, and who 
made such a remarkable record as Director of the Agricultural 
High School of Minnesota that we could do no less than bid him 
return, and give here, to the hundreds who would follow in his 
footsteps, the knowledge and the skill that are so abundantly 
his. In Bernhard Ostrolenk, the new Director of the national 
FARM SCHOOL IS persouified the ideal which is our goal, and in 
the short time that he has been in charge here, he has written 



12 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

a glorious page in the already brilliant archives of the national 

FARM SCHOOL. 

And the good work that he is doing here is duplicated by 
other graduates of our School at other places, and in other agri- 
cultural lines, by Dr. J. J. Taubenhaus, who is Chief Plant 
Pathologist of the Texas Experiment Station and author of five 
text books on the cause and control of various plant diseases ; 
by Morris Mitzmain, who is directing entomological researches 
for our Government; by Max Fleisher, who is Superintendent 
of the Dairy Department of the New Jersey Training School, 
Vineland, N. J. ; by Morris Salinger, who is Administrator of 
the Colonia Dora, Argentine Republic; by Charles Horn, who 
is Assistant Superintendent of the Philadelphia Vacant Lots Cul- 
tivation Association; by Max J. Colton, who is Rural Health 
Officer, of Cumberland, Md., and by numbers of others. 

Thirty-five of our graduates are successfully operating their 
own farms. Forty-five are successfully operating agricultural 
estates of others. Eleven are herdsmen; fourteen are dairymen; 
nine horticulturists. A number of them are settled in different 
parts of our country as Veterinarians. Others are pursuing 
higher branches of scientific agriculture at the Penn. State Col- 
lege, Ohio State College, Maryland State College, Delaware 
State College, Cornell University, University of Michigan, Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania, and elsewhere. 

Several of them have attained remarkable success as seed 
and bulb and tobacco growers. 

Of all the graduates with whom this School is in touch 
more than 86% are actively and successfully engaged in agricul- 
ture. 

We have dwelled, at some length, on the 
UNDERGRAD- succcss which graduatcs of our School have at- 
Y^^^L^"^ tained in their noble calling, in diiTerent parts 

of our country. We may speak, with equal pride, 
of the good work done by our under-graduates at the School. In 
all the twenty years of the School's existence, we have probably 
never had a set of students more industrious, more studious, 
more in harmony with the spirit of the Institution and its aims, 
than those who attend at the present time. Probably the best 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 13 

index of their character, earnestness, labor, and patriotism may 
be seen in their voUintary resolution to do their "bit for their 
country" without interfering with the regular school duties, by 
rising daily one hour earlier than the required time, that is, at 
4:30 instead of at 5 :30, so as to raise extra food for the nation. 
This is no small sacrifice for lads, in the growing period of their 
lives, and who work hard all day long, yet they have adhered 
faith full V to this resolution ever since last spring. If they have 
departed from it at all, it was only to rise a quarter or a half 
an hour earlier than resolved upon. Of the work they have done 
^^^„ ,„ in the class rooms and in the field, in dairy, 

WORK AND IM- ' -, 

PROVEMENTs grecuhouse, barn, and laboratory, of these the Di- 
rector will tell in his report. He will also speak 
to you of the crops harvested, of the improvements to our plant, 
and of the preparations being made at the present time for yet 
larger expansion. 

THE MORRIS ^^^ of ouc improvement, I must speak my- 

LASKER MEMO- self. You scc a new building in course of con- 
struction, after plans prepared by Mr. Louis 
Magaziner, the architect, a building which, when completed, will 
be the finest structure thus far reared on these grounds, will 
be the very heart of this institution, for it will be its Domestic 
Hall. In it, all the domestic needs of the Institution will be 
accommodated. It will contain kitchen, dining room and recep- 
tion room, laundry, clothes room and supply room. Director's 
quarters. Matron's quarters, quarters for several members of the 
Faculty, servants' quarters, students' locker room, wash room 
and waiting room, preserving-kitchen, root cellars, cold storage 
room and butcher shop. It will be large in area, up to date in 
its appointments, and of most attractive appearance, almost 
cottage-like in comfort, despite its size. Embowered as it will 
be in time, by trees, and surrounded by gardens, it will be the 
most inviting building upon our grounds. 

And it well deserves to be, for it will memorialize one of 
the noblest men that ever lived, Morris Lasker, of sainted mem- 
ory, a man, who, though he lived at a great distance, in far 
away Galveston, Texas, had part of his heart in this institution. 
He loved the national farm school. He believed in it. He 



14 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

saw in its work the only solution of one of the most vexing 
problems of the day, and he gave liberally of his means toward 
its support. When he was on these grounds, two years ago, 
he fully recognized the need of a Domestic Hall, and by means 
of his liberal donation, laid the foundation thereto. And when, 
shortly after his visit, he passed on, far, far too soon, for the 
good of his family and his fellowkind, his dear ones knew of 
no better place and no better way for commemorating his name 
than by providing the princely sum of $80,000, wherewith to 
rear this proud monument. 

This is not the time to pay the tribute to Morris Lasker, 
of blessed memory, to his noble life, his many and magnificent 
philanthropies, his charming qualities, which he has so richly 
deserved. This will be done, and will be done well, when, God 
willing, the dedication of this building will take place on the 
first Sunday of next June, by distinguished fellow-townsmen of 
his, who lived and labored with him lovingly and faithfully. 

You can readily imagine with what joy that day is looked 
forward to by one like myself who recalls the time, twenty years 
ago, when friends of an institution like this were few, and 
doubters and detractors many, when there were but a couple of 
dilapidated farm buildings upon these grounds, when our present 
grove was a jungle, and when, where you now see roads and 
drives and walks and gardens, you could see nothing but an ill- 
kept potato field. 

OTHER NEEDED Vcrily, God has answered many a prayer of 

BUILDINGS WILL ours, fcrvcutly offered on these grounds and we 
have faith that yet other prayers of ours will be 
answered. The money will come forth with which to equip and 
furnish this new building, its kitchen, laundry, living rooms, etc. 
If we shall be privileged to live man's allotted years, we may yet 
see the cornerstone laid to the Mechanical Hall, so much needed 
here, so that lads may be trained in pursuits other than agricul- 
ture. We may see the rearing of a Girls' Annex to this School, 
where young women will be trained in the science and practice 
of horticulture, floriculture, dairying, poultrying, bee culture, 
orcharding, domestic science, and other branches. We may see 
the dedication of a Central Heating and Lighting Plant, of an 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 15 

Administration Building j of several Dormitories for the accom- 
modation of hundreds of additional students. And even if but 
half of these hopes shall be fulfilled, even then we shall feel that 
we have not lived in vain. 

Slowly, but surely, our propaganda, costly 

FARM SCHOOL . , . 

IS WINNING S'S it IS, IS wmumg its way, is making ever newer 

SUPPORTERS^ friends for us, who rally nobly to our cause and 
give of their means towards its support. An 
institution, like ours, it must be remembered, labors under many 
disadvantages. It is not located in the heart of a great city, 
easily accessible to men and women of wealth. Neither is it 
devoting itself to a calling that is popular or readily appreciated 
by the general run of rich city people. An institution devoted 
to the care of the diseased, the orphaned, the homeless, the 
neglected, the depraved, easily arouses their sympathy and se- 
cures their aid. An institution like this, consecrated to pre- 
ventive philanthropy, to such labors as shall make the need of 
the others, the mere palliative charities, unnecessary, makes no 
such direct appeal to them. Hence, the slowness of the progress 
of an institution like this. Hence, the costliness of our propa- 
ganda, obliging us to go to the people with our literature and 
personally appeal, seeing that but comparatively few people come 
to us. 

They are coming, however, slowly, yet they are coming. 
Besides this handsome Lasker Building, we have received, dur- 
ing the past year, the following notable bequests and donations : 

Bequests and Memorial Donations (Endowment Fimd): 

Estate of Babette Freiberg Klein, Cincinnati, Ohio $500.00 

Estate of Leopold Sheuerman, Des Moines, la 250.00 

Edgar K. Frank, New York City, in memory of his brother, 

Laurence W. Frank 100.00 

B. S. Horkheimer, New York City, in memory of his mother, 

Estella S. Horkheimer 100.00 

Life Memberships: 

William Bamberger, New York City 100.00 

I. H. Cohn, St. Louis, Mo 100.00 

Moses Cowen, New York City 100.00 

Max Epstein, Chicago, 111 100.00 

Murry Guggenheim, New York City 100.00 



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Leo H. Heimerdinger, Philadelphia 100.00 

Eugene D. Hofeller, Buffalo, N. Y 100.00 

Theodore Hofeller, Buffalo, N. Y 100.00 

Mrs. Theodore Hofeller, Buffalo, N. Y 100.00 

Nathan Hoffheimer, New York City 100.00 

D. M. Hyman, New York City '. 100.00 

Julius Kayser, New York City 100.00 

Arthur Lipper, New York City 100.00 

Harry F. Louchheim, New York City 100.00 

Simon N. Stein, Rochester, N. Y 100.00 

I. T. Straus, Newark, N. j 100.00 

Jacob Wertheim, New York City 100.00 

Morris L. Woolf, New York City 100.00 

To General Fund: 

State of Pennsylvania $9,087.50 

Nathan Snellenburg, Philadelphia 500.00 

John Zimmerman, Philadelphia 500.00 

Nathan Krauskopf, New York City 300.00 

Mr. and Mrs. Simon L. Bloch, Philadelphia 250.00 

Leon Israel, New York City 200.00 

Maurice J. Freiberg, Cincinnati, Ohio 125.00 

Mrs. Ida Silberman, Philadelphia 125.00 

Louis Bamberger, Newark, N. J 120.00 

Miss Rosie Bernheimer, New York City 100.00 

District Grand Lodge No. 1, I. O. B. B 100.00 

District Grand Lodge No. 2, I. O. B. B 100.00 

District Grand Lodge No. 7, I. O. B. B 100.00 

Samuel Friedheim, Rock Hill, S. C 100.00 

M. Goldenberg, Washington, D. C 100.00 

J. B. Greenhut, New York City 100.00 

Henry E. Gumbel, New Orleans, La 100.00 

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gundelfinger, Philadelphia 100.00 

Thos. B. Harbison, Philadelphia 100.00 

Lucius N. Littauer, Gloversville, N. Y 100.00 

Louis Marshall, New York City 100.00 

H. O. & B. A. Polsky, Akron, Ohio 100.00 

Jacob H. Schiff, New York City 100.00 

Mortimer L. Schiff, New York City 100.00 

Louis Schlesinger, Newark, N. J 100.00 

Henry Sternf eld, Philadelphia 100.00 

Isaac M. UUman, New Haven, Conn 100.00 

E. Van Noorden, Roxbury, Mass 100.00 

Felix M. Warburg, New York City 100.00 

Jacob Weil Philadelphia 100.00 

To Improvement Fund: 

Henry L. Frank, Chicago, 111 ' $1,000.00 

^ Arthur K. Kuhn, New York City 100.00 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 17 

Contributions From Federations of Jewish Charities: 

Philadelphia, Pa $8,500.00 

Pittsburgh, Pa • 500.00 

New Orleans, La 479.00 

Indianapolis, Ind 300.00 

Scranton, Pa 300.00 

Des Moines, Iowa •. 250.00 

Kansas City, Mo 250.00 

Memphis, Tenn 200.00 

Milwaukee, Wis 150.00 

Toledo, Ohio .' 150.00 

Ft. Wayne, Ind 100.00 

Mobile, Ala 100.00 

St. Paul, Minn 100.00 

St. Joseph, Mo 100.00 

If we are to reach the zenith of our vision, if we are to 
accompHsh the maximum of our effort, we must add to this 
plant faciHties that will make possible the teaching of every 
branch of knowledge necessary for the complete equipment of 
the great armies of peace. 

The new slogan resounds to-day : "To Farm 

PEOPLE WILL . A M T 11 1 1 1 • 1 

RECOGNIZE IS to Arm. Let all who love their country, who 

i^^TOARM^^^ love their people, who love mankind respond. 
Thus will they help in raising the kind of men 
who will make the world safe for democracy. Thus will they 
help to make safe the democracy of the world, winning for this 
country and for every country, for the American people and for 
every people, the liberty that knows no unrighteousness, the 
libertv that knows no war. 



18 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



* GRADUATION EXERCISES 

February 22, 191 7. 

The Sixteenth Annual Graduation Exercises of The 
National Farm School were held in Segal Hall, at Farm School, 
Pa., on Thursday evening, February 22, 1917. . 

The speakers of the occasion were the Hon. Clarence Buck- 
man, Chairman of the Appropriations Committee of the Senate 
of Pennsylvania; the Hon. Judge Henry N. Wessels, of Phila- 
delphia; Jerome J. Rothschild, Esq., of Philadelphia; the Rev. 
Dr. Joseph Krauskopf, President and Founder of the School ; 
and the Director of the School, Prof. Bernhard Ostrolenk, who 
awarded diplomas to the following young men, having completed 
their three years' course of training: 

Solomon Adler Clarence J. Kashowsky 

Arthur A. Camen Aaron Lieberman 

Sol. M. Donchi Benjamin Malloy 

Joseph J. Druckerman Abraham Radler 

Samuel Erde William L. Reid 

Louis Goldberg Isaac Shapiro 

Nathan B. Golub Benjamin S. Smith 

Charles A. Jackson Charles R. Wagner, Jr. 
Max L. Kasselman 

A post-graduate certificate was awarded to Cecil J. Toor for 
one additional year in Farm Management. 

Awards of prizes were also made as follows : A scholar- 
ship to the Penn State Agricultural College was awarded to Isaac 
Shapiro ; a prize of a trip to Washington to witness the inaugura- 
tion of President Wilson, offered by George F. Hoffman for the 
best essay on "What I Would Do li I Were President of the 
United States," was awarded to Joseph Levitch; a bronze medal 
as a prize in physics, given by Mr. J. L. Campbell, was awarded 
to Morris Schlosberg; a veterinary set as a prize in veterinary, 
by Dr. Wesley Massinger, was won by Sol Adler. 



TWENTIETH ANNUAL SPRING EXERCISES 
June 3, 1917. 

Amidst a throng of more than two thousand people, coming 
from practically every part of the country, the Twentieth 
Annual Spring Exercises of The National Farm School were 
held in an outdoor amphitheatre on the grounds of the in- 
stitution, on Sunday, June 3d. The occasion marked the Annual 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 19 

Consecration of trees, planted on the School grounds during the 
year in memory of the departed, and in honor of various joyous 
occasions in the lives of friends of the School; as well as 'the 
formal installation of the Freshman Class of students. 

Men who have studied the national and international food 
situation were the speakers of the day, and the keynote of their 
addresses was the serious business America has before it in 
feeding the world, and the great work an institution like The 
National Farm School is doing in training those who shall help 
to supply that food. 

The programme included Dr. Alonzo E. Taylor, expert on 
nutrition in the Food Administration Department, at Washing- 
ton; Mr. Gifford Pinchot, the apostle of forest conservation; 
Mr. Edwin Markham, author of "The Man with the Hoe," and 
other poems; former Governor Edwin Warfield, of Maryland; 
Dr. Joseph Krauskopf, Founder and President of The National 
Farm School, and Samuel Untermyer, Esq., of New York, emi- 
nent corporation counsel, who presided. 

After an invocation by Rev. Montague N. A. Cohen, of 
Hazleton, Pa., Dr. Krauskopf, in an introductory address, re- 
viewed the remarkable growth of the institution during its 
twenty years of existence. 

Mr. Untermyer, in his address, struck a note of warning 
against the wastefulness of the American people. He then 
called attention to the work being done by the School and said 
in part : 

"As I read the interesting history of this School, and note its accom- 
plishments, the things that impress me most are the far-reaching wisdom of 
its founders and the rich crops of achievement that may be harvested as the 
results of their steadfast and untiring devotion. The existence and success 
of this School is conclusive, and a standing reproach to those who have in- 
sisted that the Jew flocks to the city by- preference. We all know that the 
Jews have not been farmers in the older countries, because, for centuries, 
they have been denied the right to own and till the land ; but, whenever the 
civil disabilities of the Jews have been removed, they have flocked to the 
farms in the same proportion as other races." 

Mr. Markham, in an inspiring, poetic address, consecrated 
the Memorial and Festive Trees. He said in part : 

"It is a pious and pleasant thing to com^memorate friends and events 
■with the living presence of a tree. The tree is a form that will everlastingly 
renew its youth and beauty and keep green the memory of man and deed. So 
it is fitting that with glad hearts and hands we go today to our tree-planting, 
in honor of the living and in memory of the dead. 

"And more fitting is the memorial tree than the marble _ shaft or 
granite obelisk ; for the tree has ever been the symbol of the persistence of 
life. In the winter of the year, the tree seems to feel the touch of death: it 
sheds its leaves, it shrinks into its bark, and its boughs look desolately to 
the sky. But with the first footfall of the spring, the spirit of God leaps 
into the tree, and in its branches there is life again, leaf again, love again. 



20 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

" 'And then the boughs that in the cold winter were only 
Bare ruined choirs where late the sweet birds sang,' 
are again filled with bright winds and wings and warblings of happy song. 

"Thus the tree is an eternal denial of death, and an eternal averment 
of immortality, a proclamation that life is at the heart of the universe. So a 
tree is most fitting as a memorial of our living friends yet walking under 
these skies, and of our departed friends who are walking under the invisible 
yet immortal skies, where noble spirits renew their faded youth." 

Mr. Pinchot stated that, in its final analysis, the success of 
the war will depend entirely upon the farmers. 

"Our one big mistake in this country," said Mr. Pinchot, "is our failure 
to realize the seriousness of the situation. England made that mistake and 
suffered. Another thing is that we have not been told just how badly food 
is needed in Europe. It may be just as well that some of the details are 
being withheld, but we must realize, and realize quickly, that the success of 
the war depends almost entirely upon the United States." 

Ex-Governor Warfield delivered the address at the formal 
Installation of the Freshman Class of students. He addressed 
himself directly to the students and stated that the nation is look- 
ing to them to do their utmost in this present crisis. 

Dr. Taylor, in a ringing message, impressed the audience 
with the grim fact that everywhere in the world there is a short- 
age of foodstuffs. That is due to the fact that millions of men 
have been withdrawn from agricultural pursuits. It is up to 
America to relieve this situation, and she can do so in three ways : 
She must increase production, she must cut down waste, and she 
must assure equitable distribution. 

Dr. Taylor pointed out that it will be difficult to preserve 
food by the ordinary methods because of the difficulty of obtain- 
ing tin and glass for receptacles, but that drying machines are 
being placed on the market, which will effectually dry food, 
thus giving everyone an opportunity to cut down waste. He 
declared that dried food in Germany fed millions of men for 
six months and saved the situation for the empire while the rye 
crop was maturing. 

"There is not going to be sufficient wheat," continued Doctor Taylor, 
'"to give white bread as it is now demanded. Corn and rye are just as good 
food, except that they have not received the stamp of Anglo-Saxon civil|za~-- 
tion. If every family will agree to cut down the consumption of white 
bread on certain days in each week, millions of bushels of wheat can be 
saved." 

Prizes were distributed to the students of the School for 
progress and efficiency in their work, the awards being made by 
the Director of the Farm School, Prof. Bernhard Ostrolenk. 

At the close of the exercises the benediction was pronounced 
by Rev. Jacob Tarshish, of Allentown, Pa. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 21 

TWENTIETH ANNUAL SUCCOTH PILGRIMAGE 

AND 

CORNERSTONE LAYING OF THE MORRIS 
LASKER HALL 

October 7, 191 7. 

Ideal autumn weather and exercises of more than the usual 
interest and attractiveness brought to the beautiful grounds of 
The National Farm School, on Sunday, October the 7th, what 
was perhaps a record-breaking attendance of the friends of the 
institution. The hundreds of persons who spent the day on the 
broad acres of the School, not only received a fine insight into the 
progress the students are making along agricultural lines, but 
were also rewarded by hearing addresses by speakers of national 
repute, including Congressman Julius Kahn, of California; 
George W. Norris, Farm Loan Commissioner of the Federal 
Farm Loan Bureau; Brigadier-General C. H. Lauchheimer, of 
the United States Marine Corps, Washington; Felix H. Levy, 
Esq., of New York, and Dr. Joseph Krauskopf, President and 
Founder of The National Farm School. 

The occasion was the Twentieth Annual Succoth Pilgrim- 
age, and was made notable by the cornerstone laying of the Mor- 
ris Lasker Hall, with impressive Masonic Rites. 

Felix H. Levy, Esq., of New York, presided and paid a 
glowing tribute to the work accomplished by the President of the 
School. 

Brigadier-General Lauchheimer emphasized the importance 
of food production, saying : 

"To fight successfully, four elements must combine to one end. These 
are men, munitions, food and money. Food is a military need, no question 
is of more importance. The deepest responsibility rests upon the farmers, 
the men who produce the foodstuffs which will be required, not only to feed 
our army, but to meet the demands of our allies. The work being acconi- 
plished at the Farm School cannot be overestimated — the young men in this 
institution are doing a work fully as important as that of any of those who 
shoulder the guns." 

Commissioner George W. Norris was equally emphatic. He 
said : 

"No success can come in either times of war or peace from an anaemic 
or underfed people, and it is essential to produce all that is possible from 
every available acre. 

"Statistics will show that the value of all crops in 1916 in this country 
totaled about eleven billions of dollars, and that the igiy crop will reach the 
immense total of not less than seventeen billions of dollars — a splendid show- 
ing that our farmers are realizing the seriousness of the conditions con- 
fronting us. The striking importance of the value of these crops lies in two 
factors— first, that the crop of 1917 is just about three and one-half times the; 
value of all the mineral products of the country; and, secondly, that all o£ 



22 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

this has been 'produced by,' and not 'taken from.' In other words, all min- 
erals taken from the ground constitute a depletion of the original supply; all 
this immense agricultural product is possible each year, and not only possible, 
but susceptible of increase in each successive year." 

Congressman Julius Kahn, after paying a warm tribute to 
the achievements of Dr. Krauskopf , said, in part : 

"Waste is the principal cause of the high cost of living. At this time 
there are grave responsibilities confronting us. We must all get together 
and work together for the welfare of the Nation, as a whole. After the 
immortal Washington had retired from the Presidency of the United States, 
there was a period when we had trouble with France. Congress bestowed 
upon him the rank of lieutenant general, and when he took command, he 
uttered a sentence the significance of which is apparent to us today, 'Agricul- 
ture is the basis of our whole social and economic structure.' Its importance 
at this time cannot be overestimated, and I congratulate you on the splendid 
success of your efforts toward obtaining greater results in the field of hus- 
bandry and in the immeasurable influence of your work throughout the Na- 
tion as a whole. 

"We are going to win this war. We must win. Every citizen must do 
his part, even though it means sacrifice of the strongest type. This country 
deserves sacrifices from its citizens, and we can do no less than to make 
those sacrifices. We are fighting for one great principle — the right to sail 
the seas untrammeled. We have fought for it before, and we'll do it once 
more. 

"Agriculture is the backbone of our national life, and the Farm School, 
in training its forces of young men, is strikingly 'doing its bit.' " 

The ceremonies in connection with the cornerstone laying 
of the Morris Lasker Hall, in the afternoon, were deeply 
impressive, the exercises taking place in the partially con- 
structed building. Former Lieutenant - Governor Louis A. 
Watres, Grand Master of the Pennsylvania Grand Lodge of 
Masons, officiated. He was assisted by Adolph Eichholz, Esq., 
Deputy Grand Master; William B. Hackenburg, Grand Treas- 
urer, and twenty other Grand Officers of the Masonic Order. 
Music during the ceremonies was rendered by Mr. Harry Herz- 
berg and his orchestra. 

After the exercises of the cornerstone laying. Chairman 
Levy gave a history of the life and activities of the late Morris 
Lasker, of Galveston, Tex., to whose memory the new hall is 
being erected by his wife and family, who were also present at 
the exercises. 

The Rev. Dr. Joseph Krauskopf then delivered his Annual 
Message, which is published on pages 5 to 17 of this book. 

During the day the trumpeters and drummers of Troop 92, 
of the Boy Scouts, entertained on the campus with martial music 

and drills. 

Reports of the year's work were submitted by the Faculty 
of the School, and officers and members of the Board for the 
ensuing year were elected. At the conclusion of the regular 
programme prizes were awarded to students of the institution. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 23 

TREASURER'S REPORT 

Year Ending September 30th, 1917 
GENERAL FUND 

MAINTENANCE INCOME 

Interest on Investments $4,292.79 

Sale of Farm Products 8,501.27 

State of Pennsylvania 9,000.00 

Federation of Jewish Charities of Phila- 
delphia 8,500.00 

Dues and Donations 15,681.25 

$45,975.31 

MAINTENANCE DISBURSEMENTS 

Beds and Bedding $184.25 

Brooms and Brushes 73.23 

Conveyance 1,179.23 

Dry Goods 4,665.34 

Fuel 2,671.17 

Groceries 3,378.41 

Horticultural Department 647.58 

Ice 3.70 

Insurance 1,023.74 

Lighting 934.71 

Provisions 7,280.10 

Road Tax 425.38 

Supplies, Educational 370.09 ■ 

Farm 6,281.87 

Medical 225.61 

Salaries, Matron i 1,251.29 

Teachers 8,791.99 

Wages : 3,837.42 

Sundries 569.81 

43,794.92 



Excess of Maintenance Income over 

Disbursements $2,180.39 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 
DISBURSEMENTS 

Replacing of Live Stock $830.00 

Plumbing 614.94 

Sundry Repairs 885.99 

Special Painting 436.76 

New Text Books 230.76 

$2,998.45 

IMPROVEMENTS TO PLANT 

Good Roads $18.25 

Power Dishwasher 100.00 

Sevi^age System 751.36 

New Lighting System 3,005.00 

3,874.61 

6,873.06 

$4,692.67 



24 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

EXTRAORDINARY INCOME 

Students' Deposits ; $1,350.91 

Library 45.00 

$1,395.91 



EXTRAORDINARY DISBURSEMENTS 

Students' Deposits $827.39 

Library 15.11 

Repayments to Endowment Fund % Loan, 1,316.63 

2,159.13 



763.22 



Excess of Extraordinary Disburse- 
ments over Income $5,455.89 

PROPAGANDA INCOME (Net) 3,926.86 



Excess of Disbursements over Receipts for Year $1,529.03 



ENDOWMENT FUND 

Bank Balance October 1, 1916 $885.05 

INCOME 

Life Memberships and Donations $1,875.00 

Bequests and Memorial Donations * 950.00 

Principal % Repayment of Mortgages 3,900.00 

Repayment of Loan — National Farm School 1,316.63 

8,041.63 



$8,926.68 



DISBURSEMENTS 

Mortgages Purchased $5,700.00 

Securities — Liberty Bonds 1,000.00 

Propaganda Expense 45.40 



6,745.40 

Bank Balance September 30, 1917 $2,181.28 

INVESTMENT ACCOUNT 101,348.76 



Total Endowment Fund $103,530.04 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 25 

REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR. 

(Prof. Bernhard Ostrolenk.) 

In making my first annual report, I would first like to 
express a conviction that has become firmer with my closer 
acquaintance with The National Farm School. Even while 
a student of this institution, some ten years ago, I was thor- 
oughly imbued with a faith in the future of agriculture, a faith 
which had its unquenching source in Dr. Krauskopf, and I per- 
suaded my brother and many friends to enter this School who 
are now successfully engaged in this field. 

My pre-occupation with my own career since leaving The 
National Farm School prevented my knowing much about its 
graduates, but since I have returned to the School, I have been 
thoroughly impressed with the value of the work of The National 
Farm School, not by abstract and theoretical discussion, but by 
actually seeing scores of men who had left this institution with- 
out any backing, money or influence, but with the practical and 
theoretical education in agriculture obtained here, stand on their 
own feet and make good. 

Dr. Krauskopf, in his report, has spoken of many of them, 
yet I cannot help but feel that the point deserves reiteration. 
Proud as w^e all feel of the progress of The National Farm 
School, proud as we all are of its fertile fields, well filled barns, 
efficient departments, aggressive faculty and ambitious students, 
none of these so thoroughy marks The National Farm School in 
its full value as would an exhibition, were it possible, of the 
graduates of the School. Could our friends and supporters but 
visualize the important work these men are today doing for 
themselves and for their country, they would feel well repaid 
for every dollar and for every bit of time and energy they have 
given to The National Farm School. I only wish to add, in this 
connection, even while we can show a great deal of progress at 
the School from year to year, it seems to me that we have the 
foundation of equipment and organization only, and lack the 
funds to make this institution of the size where we could send 
out graduates by the hundreds, instead of by the scores. It is 
my firm conviction that, if The National Farm School could 
turn out every year one hundred young men trained in prac- 
tical and theoretical agriculture, fired with an ambition to serve 
their countr^r on the soil, we would change the aspect of the 
Jews in America within the next twenty-five years and a gather- 
mg, a quarter of a century from now. on our grounds, would 



26 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

have the agricuhural outlook here as a center for mighty Jew- 
ish agricultural interests in the United States. 

There is nothing at all that can prevent this growth of. The 
National Farm School. Twenty years of existence has given 
the Board of Directors experience in the policy to be pursued in 
the conduct of such an institution, unique as it is. The high state 
of cultivation of our fields, and the thorough equipment of our 
departments enable us to give a more thorough and compre- 
hensive training. The large number of applications from pro- 
spective students indicates a sincere desire on the part of young 
/ntrn of the cities to enter the field of agriculture. Had we twice 
the money 'for running expenses that is now available, we could 
educate three times as many boys as we have now, as the over- 
head charges would remain constant. Our crying need is more 
funds for running expenses, and more room to house students. 

In spite of the fact that we could reduce the per capita cost 
of .educating our students by increasing the number of students, 
we are today educating students cheaper than does any other 
school of which we have records in the United States. My study 
of school finance, and my experience with it enable me to say 
that The National Farm School gives more nearly lOO cents 
value for every dollar invested than any other similar school in 
the country. 

In reviewing the past year's work of the School, I desire to 
give particular credit to the able Faculty of the School who have 
so loyally co-operated with me, and to whom should go a lion's 
share of the credit for the splendid condition of our School. 

Dr. Krauskopf has already spoken, in his report, of the 
splendid spirit of the student-body, their high morale and their 
ambition. It is their attitude in part that has enabled us this year 
to cultivate our farm so intensely and to report so successful a 
year, both from the standpoint of education and that of large 
crops harvested. 

Throughout the year the 'education of the students has been 
kept paramount in the minds of our Faculty. This means that 
when a student has become proficient in plowing he is immediately 
given some other work to do and another student is set to plow- 
ing. The result is that our fields are constantly plowed by novices 
and that closer and more careful supervision has to be exerted. 
We maintained the same attitude in every other branch of the 
work. In spite of this, however, I have been told repeatedly 
that some of our corn fields this season were among the best 
corn fields in the County, and we need not in any way apologize 
for the appearance of our fields, the yield from our herds or 
the condition of our crops. In fact, our standard to have every- 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL , 27 

thing- look even neater and better than is general on farms has 
been fully maintained. 

The School has made some improvements during the past 
year, including the drainage of much of its wet land, building of 
some much needed farm houses on Schoenfeld Farm Number 
Three, and the installation of electric lights. 

We are in particular in need of a new dairy building and 
agricultural laboratory for the purpose of giving instruction to 
larger classes in butter, ice cream and cheese making, and in 
judging oats, wheat, corn and cattle. Our Poultry Department 
needs considerable remodeling and enlarging, and progress along 
that line has been started. A classroom and laboratory facilities 
in connection with Horticulture is one of the great needs of the 
Horticultural Department. Increased dormitory space will be 
given to us to some extent with the erection of the Lasker Hall, 
but will in no way be adequate to meet the need of the institu- 
tion. A new dormitory housing one hundred more boys would 
be a welcome gift. 

During the past year, Mr. Cecil J. Toor has been added to 
the Faculty as head of the Poultry Department. Prof. Simon 
Marcovitch was appointed to fill the position made vacant by 
the resignation of Miss Lydia P. Borden. Miss Rebecca Church- 
man has ably taken charg-e of the Household Department since 
the resignation of Miss Edith Winkler. It is with much regret 
that I state that Prof. J. L. Campbell, who has been with us 
over a year and who earned for himself the love and respect of 
his co-workers and students has been called to the National 
Army and is now training at Camp Meade. 

The Farm Department reports a total amount 
of Cash Sales and of products furnished 

to the Boarding Department of $7779.92 

Schoenfeld Farm No. 3 (Gross Sales) ..... 4096.13 

Schoenfeld Farm No. i (Gross Sales) 2652.86 

Horticultural Department 2886.34 

Poultry Department 1345.43 

Total $18760.68 



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THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



MEMORIAL TREES 
Consecrated at the Exercises on Sunday, June 3, 1917, in memory of 



HOT SPRINGS, ARK. 
Burgauer, E. 

PINE BLUFF, ARK. 
Bluthenthal, Sam. 

STOCKTON, CAL. 
Levy, Jerome Cecil 

ATLANTA, GA. 
Hirsch, Joseph 
Kutz, Max 
Regenstein, Julius 

SAVANNAH, GA. 
Morrison, David J. 
Morrison, Solomon J. 
Reich, Albert 
Reich, Max A. 

CHICAGO, ILL. 
Eisenstaedt, Isidore 
Ginsberg, I. 
Jacobs, Millie 
Jacobs, Woolf 
Marks, Isaac L. 
Millhauser, Herman J. 
Mishkutz, Jacob 
Schulhof, Leopold and 
Caroline 

DES MOINES, IOWA 
Sheuerman, Leopold 

LOUISVILLE, KY. 
Hirsch, David 

NEW ORLEANS, LA 
Bumenthal Mrs. George 
Gumbel, Simon 
Gumbel, Sophie L. 
Leopold, Matilde 
Pokorny, Dave 

CUMBERLAND, MD. 
Tanzer, Sigmund 

FROSTBURG, MD. 
Wineland, Marx 

BOSTON, MASS. 
Van Noorden, Deborah 
Van Noorden, William 

DETROIT, MICH. 
Kaufmann, Aaron 

NORWAY, MICH. 
Ruwitch, Joseph 

NATCHEZ, MISS. 
Frank, Henry 

ST. LOUIS, MO. 

Gerstle, Arthur S. 
Kaminer, Reuben 
Levy, Moses 

NEWARK, N. J. 
Jay, Theodore and Ida 
Neu,. Nathan 
Sugarman, Phoebe B. 

ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. 
Nordhaus, Elise 
Nordhaus, Jacob 



ALBANY, N. Y. 
Steefel, Joseph L. 

BUFFALO, N. Y. 
Meyers, Edwin N. 
FAR ROCKAWAY, N. Y, 
Levy, Morris 

NEW YORK CITY 
Armstrong, Esther 
Armstrong, Jeanette 
Benedict, Jennie 
Buchwald, Isidor 
Hanauer, Babette 
Levi, Hermine 
Mandel, Arthur A. 
Mandel, Leopold J. 
Scheier, Jack 
Wagner, Jacob 
Westheimer, Lillian S. 

SYRACUSE, N. Y. 
Bronner, Julia S. 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 
Bear, Isaac J. 
Bear, Julia 
Bear, Sr., Samuel 

FARGO, -N. D. 
Stern, Max 

CANTON, O. 
Cohen, Hyman 

CINCINNATI, O. 
Barg, Esther 
Bloch, Bertha 
Block, Babette 
Frankenberg, Isaac 
Klein, Babette F. 
Levy, Pauline 
Marks, M. H. 
Rosenthal, Myer S. 
Weil, Isaac A. 

CLEVELAND, O. 
Friedrnan, Tillie 
Goldstein, Abraham 
Grossman, Celia 
Kolinsky, Max 

PORTLAND, ORE. 
Mosessohn, Zelda 
Ottenheimer, Dorothy 

HARRISBURG, PA. 
Marks, Herman 

HAZLETON, PA. 
Benjamin, David 

LANCASTER, PA. 
Cohn, Edward M. 

NEW CASTLE, PA, 
Rabinovite, Sherman 

PHILADELPHIA 

Adler, Henrietta 
Adler, Louis 
Adler, Simon 
Barcus, Elizabeth 
Behal, Harry S. 
Berkowitz, Benj. 
Bernstein, Therese 
Blieden, Jette 
Blumenthal, Rose 
Brash, Edward M. 
Cohn, Birdie 
Cohn, Philip 



Davidson, Florence 
Feibelman, Louis 
Frank, Asher I. 
Frank, Caroline 
Frank, Martha 
Frankel, Ray 
Friedberger, Henry 
Ginsburg, Hyman H. 
Goldenberg, Esior A. 
Greensfelder, Jos. S. 
Haber, Arthur 
Heilbron, Mina A. 
Heller, Belle Abeles 
Heller, Herman 
Hinlein, Bertha L. 
Klonower, Elizabeth 
Kohlman, Jacob 
Kohn, Julia 
Kopf, Sallie 
Krauss, Adeline L. 
Kuh, David 
Lazarus, Gustave 
Levy, Monroe J. 
Marx, Myer and Sarah 
May, Julia 
May, Sr., Samuel 
May, Sophie Knocker 
Mayer, Abraham and Yetta 
Mayer, Nathan L. 
Myers, Jacob and Hannah 
Myers, Yette 

Oppenheimer, Abraham E. 
Polls, Emil 
Roomberg, Arnold L. 
Rosenbluth, Helene 
Simons, Adolph 
Sloman, Solomon and Mary 
Spiro, George 
Staub, Fannie 
Steppacher, August 
Stern, Moses 
Sternfeld, Henrietta 
Sternfeld, Lena 
Waldman, Mary 
Wilson, Hannah 

PITTSBURGH, PA. 
Buka, Emilie 
Buka, Max 

Goldman, Juliet Lyon 
Weil, Jacques 

READING, PA. 
Bash, Rebecca 

SAN ANTONIO, TEX. 
Holzmark, Albert J. 
Oppenheimer, Julius 
Strauss, Calma M. 

ROANOKE, VA. 
Schloss, Charles 

MILWAUKEE. WIS. 
Friedberg, Anna W. 

MANCHESTER, ENG. 
Cohen, Eugene 

WITTELSHOFEN, GER- 
MANY 
Winelander, Nanna 

WURTTEMBERG, ESS- 
LINGEN, GERMANY 
Laucheimer, Abraham 
Laucheimer, Regina 



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29 



FESTIVE TREES 

Dedicated at the Exercises on Sundag, June 3, 1917, in Honor of 



BIRTHS 

David Joel Benjamin, Kansas City, Mo. 
Albert Kahn Blumenthal, Phila. 
Jaccb Blumenthal, Jr., Phila. 
Elizabeth Greenfield, Phila. 
Gustav Julien Isenberg, Phila. 
Louis Meyerhoff Isenberg, Phila. 
Frank Alfred Jacobs, Phila. 
I^ene P. Katzenberg, phila. 
Jacob Wm. Kaufmann, Pittsburgh 
Aleen Klein, South Orange, N. J. 
Rose Eleanore Krauskopf, Phila. 
Samuel Harold Levinger, Paducah, Ky. 

BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARIES 

Aaron B. Barmach, Phila., 13th 
Peggy Davis, Phila., 3rd 
William B. Hackenburg, Phila., 80th 
Myron T. Kapner, Bellaire, O., 4th 
Louis Edward Levy, Phila., 70th 
Samuel Reinheimer, Phila., 50th 
David Strauss, Phila., 70th 

CONFIRMATIONS 

Charles J. Barcus, Phila. 
Gertrude E. Barcus, Phila. 
Helen W. Dilsheimer, Phila. 
Fiorina Pearl Myers, Phila. 
Bernard J. M. Phillips, Phila. 
Leopold Segal, Phila. 

GRADUATIONS 
Israel J. Brodsky, Phila. 

WEDDINGS 

Edna H. Berkowitz and Justin Bauer, 

Phila. 
Benj. Blumberg and Fanny L. Burgheim, 

Terre Haute, Ind. 
Marian H. Freedman and Milton Morris, 

Phila 



Mr and Mrs. Bertram Grant, Great Falls, 
Mont. 

Dora Rosenau and Samuel Jacob, Phila. 

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis S. Rosenberg, Balti- 
more 

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney A. Teller,' Pittsburgh 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. Tickner, Phila. 

WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES 

Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Blankenburg, Phila., 

SOth 
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Bloch, Phila., 2Sth 
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dalsimer, Phila., 

10th 
Mr. and Mrs. Simon B. Fleisher, Phila., SOth 
Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Frank, Phila., 25th 
Mr. and Mrs. Herman E. Green, Phila., 5th 
Capt. and Mrs. J. B. Greenhut, New York, 

SOth 
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gundelfinger, Phila., 

49th 
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Heller, Phila., lOth 
Raymond and Minnie Kaufmann, Pitts- 
burgh, 3rd 
Dr. and Mrs. Jos. Krauskopf, Phila., 20th 
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Loeb, Phila., 60th 
Dr. and Mrs. N. J. Sanson, Phila., 2Sth 
Mr. and Mrs. L. Schwarzschild, Phila., 25th 
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney M. Stern, Phila.;^ 25th 
Mr. and Mrs. Max Winelander, Phila., 25th 

GENERAL 

Rabbi Solomon Foster, 15th Anniversary as 
Rabbi of Congregation B'Nai Jeshurun, 
Newark, N. J. 

Rev. A. Gross, 25th Anniversary of con- 
nection with Congregation Adath Jesh- 
urun, Phila. 

Keneseth Israel Sisterhood, Phila., 5th 
anniversary of founding. 

Keneseth Israel Temple Religious School, 
Allentown, Pa., 1st year's existence. 

Mina Kohn, Phila., attendance upon Di- 
vine Service after long illness. 



The National Farm School would be pleased to plant a tree on the School's grounds 
for you or your friends, in commemoration of any event you may de^signate, or m 
memory of your dear departed. 

Further information concerning the planting of trees may be obtained by addressing 
the office of The National Farm School, 407 Mutual Life Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 



30 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT 

(Prof. W. H. Bishop.) 

The year just past has had no unusual or remarkable features 
peculiar to farming. The usual sequences of to much wet and 
too much drought have given us opportunity to get ready to 
worry about what might happen, if either condition should con- 
tinue much longer. Dry, cool weather in May enabled us to get 
our corn planted earlier than usual and the result is a large 
acreage and a good crop. However, the wet weather during 
June and July made it impossible to keep the weeds in subjection, 
and we had a big job pulling them out when the dry weather 
finally came in August. But the wet June was good for the 
transplanting of cabbage and few casualties occurred to the plants 
in their new homes. The crop, now, shows the effect of the good 
start it got in its youth, for both cabbages and calves need favor- 
able conditions in their infancy, and, if they become strong and 
lusty during their first few weeks, it is easier to develop them 
to strong and profitable maturity. 

The hay crop was an average crop, but as a money crop 
it has not held its own, as the price has remained low while that 
of other things has been rising. 

Another good peach crop has been harvested this season. 
Special attention was given to the cultivation and fertilization 
of the orchard during the spring and early summer, and not only 
did we get our pay in a good crop, but the trees made splendid 
growth and have set a crop of buds for next year's fruit. We 
shall probably soon set out a new smaller orchard to take the 
place of this one, when it becomes decrepit as the large space 
now occupied by the trees can be used more advantageously for 
other crops. The crop this year yielded 2350 baskets of peaches, 
bringing in a cash income of something over $1000. 

One thing is very easy nowadays : That is, the selling of 
good farm products. Of some crops we have a surplus after 
supplying the needs of our own establishment. Others we grow 
mainly for the instruction afforded our students, and then dis- 
pose of them at the regular market prices. Of the crops that 
we sell in this way, we rarely have enough to supply the demand 
and for a number of our products we have an established trade. 
We believe that it adds to the interest of the students in the crops 
we harvest, to know that they are to be put on the market in 
competition with others of like nature. 

At last, we feel that we are on the road to the building of 
a pure bred herd of cattle. For many years, we have felt that 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 31 

we ought to have at least one herd of registered animals. We 
have, this year, purchased a nucleus for such a pure bred herd 
and we hope to see it grow into one in which we may take even 
more pride than we have done in the grade herds that have been 
a prominent feature on our farms. 

The time has also come when a well-equipped farm as large 
as ours should have a tractor for furnishing power for plowing, 
and for other mechanical work, as well as for the instruction 
of our students, who, after graduation, will be expected to handle 
such farm implements in the various positions to which they are 
called. I shall present no further arguments in favor of so 
necessary a machine on the farm today, but hope that some good 
friend will supph^ the means to enable us to purchase one that 
will best suit our needs. 



HORTICULTURAL DEPARTMENT 

(Prof. Drue Allman.) 

To the repeated suggestions of well-meaning individuals, 
that, during the war we convert all land (including that under 
glass) to the raising of vegetables and staples, — that we abandon, 
temporarily, the growing of flowers and ornamental plants, I 
would make the following reply : 

The amount of land labor and equipment at our disposal is 
limited. Therefore, the highest duty we can perform will be so 
to farm this area as most efficiently to educate each student. 
To alter suddenly the policy of education to fit some impractical 
idea of food conservation, would be to develop a one-sided pupil 
and to lose the tangible results of years of horticultural effort. 

While I am gratified by the financial returns from this 
department for the year, I can point with greater pride to the 
interest and enthusiasm displayed by those students who worked 
in the department. 

It is my sincere hope that the Faculty, may soon be able to 
devote more time to actual pedagogy, — to personal instruction 
of individual students, to field discussions and demonstrations 
rather than to the absorbing problem of making both ends meet. 
This ideal, in my judgment, may be brought about by a larger 
endowment fund, permitting a larger teaching staff and domestic 
service. 

Greenhouses : The gross receipts of the past season show 
an increase of nearly one hundred per cent, over those of 19 16, 
despite the fact that the price of flowers has not advanced dur- 



32 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

ing that period. Most of this may be attributed to a good dis- 
posal of retail products and to a careful system of cost account- 
ing of all greenhouse enterprises. As the School expands, we 
shall need more greenhouses, for the cold of winter never 
interferes with work and instruction under glass. 

Nursery : The receipts have fallen off slightly, in all proba- 
bility due indirectly to unusual conditions abroad. Several thou- 
sand young shrubs were set out last spring, and are now in an 
excellent condition of growth. The department is seeking an 
outlet for large and shapely specimens of trees, shrubs, ever- 
greens and vines at a very moderate figure. 

Vegetable Garden : Despite a protracted drought, dur- 
ing the month of August, returns from the vegetable garden 
exceed those of any previous year. Ample storage space has been 
provided for several tons of root crops. Large quantities of 
vegetables and fruits for canning and preserving for winter use, 
were transferred to the Domestic Department. 

Student Project Gardens : The newspapers of New 
York, Philadelphia and other cities have devoted many a para- 
graph to a description and praise of these gardens and their care- 
takers. Some of the plots are several acres in area. The student 
keeps an account of all expenses (including the value of his own 
labor) and receipts, in order that he may have an accurate idea 
of the net profit of the venture. 

The Department of Horticulture wishes to thank those of 
the student body, who, by their faithful work and sincere desire 
to learn, have helped in many ways successfully to carry out its 
purposes. 

The following comparative report of this department covers 
a period of six years : 

Average 
of 1911 to 
1917 1916 1915 

From the Greenhouses $1438.89 $730.52 $613.62 

From the Nursery 320.19 437.68 253.61 

From the Vegetable Garden 164.11 118.14 44.01 

Total Cash Sales $1923.19 $1286.34 $911.24 

Vegetables Supplied to the Boarding 

House, valued $754.15 $520.31 $709.50 

Transferred from the Greenhouses to the 

School Grounds, valued 178.00 203.00 144.93 

Transferred from the Nursery to the 

School Grounds, valued 31.00 77.50 48.32 

Total value, transferred stock, $963.15 $800.81 $902.75 
Grand Total $2886.34 $2087.15 $1813.99 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 33 

DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY 

(Prof. Simon Marcovitch.) 

The Department of Biology is at present housed in the reci- 
tation room of the main building. It is planned, upon comple- 
tion of the Lasker Hall, to enlarge the iioor space of this depart- 
ment, using one room for a museum. A place to keep a col- 
lection of birds, insects, plants, etc., is a very necessary part of 
a Biological Department, since it affords material for observa- 
tion and study, the educational value of which is far superior 
to that merely obtained from books. A fine collection of Riker 
mounts, illustrating the life histories of our injurious insect 
pests, has already been made. We ought to have, in addition, 
a good collection of our useful birds, injurious rodents, and 
anatomical models to be used in class instruction. It is essen- 
tial that the students see these forms of life in as near their 
natural state as possible and to visualize them, so that as soon 
as the animal or plant is seen in the field, it will be readily recog- 
nized. 

It is also planned to start a systematic collection of insects, 
properly named and classified, so that forms can be readily iden- 
tified by comparison. 

Any donations of zoological specimens or plants to help 
build up our museum will be greatly appreciated, with the assur- 
ance that they will be properly installed and taken care of. 

During the early fall and late spring, considerable time will 
be spent with the students in the field, seeing at first hand and 
collecting specimens of injurious insects and plant diseases, weeds 
and weed seeds. The laboratory work in Biology in the winter 
months will include studies in classification, metamorphosis, eco- 
nomic importance of animals, heredity and variation, blood exam- 
ination, digestion, body control and the various mechanism, and 
reproduction. 

In Entomology, the life histories of the injurious insects and 
methods of combating them is taken up, as well as a discussion 
of the various external and internal animal parasites of domes- 
tic animals. 

In Botany a study of the flowering plants, weeds, weed seeds 
and seed testing will be made. A discussion of the various plant 
diseases common to Pennsylvania, and the practical methods for 
combating them will be taken up. In studying the various dis- 
eases, inoculations and Kock's rules of proof, will be conducted 
for brown gall, black rot of cabbage, black leg, and various other 
bacteria diseases as well as for the molds and fungi. 

The department is also in need of a Binocular microscope. 



34 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



In memory of Flora Schoenfeld, 

by her husband, Max Schoenfeld, 

of Rorschach, Switzerland. 

Flora Schoenfeld Farm No. 1 

40 acres, in the Spring of 1904, 

Flora Schoenfeld Farm No. 2 

38 acres, in the Spring of 190S, 

Flora Schoenfeld Farm No. 3 

163 acres, in the Fall of 1907, 

All adjoining the original tract of Farm School land 
By Henry Hellman, New York City 

750 acres, in Polk County, North Carolina; sold at a price of $9,000, which 
money will be expended in the development of The National Farm 
School. 



Theresa Loeb Memorial Green House 

In memory of Theresa Loeb, Ogontz, Pa., by family. Erected 1898. 

Ida M. Block Memorial Chapel 

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

Zadok M. Eisner Memorial Laboratory 

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

Rose Krauskopf Memorial Green House 

In memory of Rose Krauskopf, Philadelphia, Pa., by her children. 
Erected 1899. 

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

Pittsburgh, Pa. Erected 1899. 

Adolph Segal Hall 

Containing Library, Lecture Hall, Administration Offices and 
Dormitories, by Mr. Adolph Segal, Philadelphia, Pa. Erected 1906. 

Frances E. Loeb Vegetable Forcing Green House 

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

Louis I. Aaron Ice House 

In honor of his 70th birthday, by Mr. Louis I. Aaron, of Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Erected 1911. 

Morris Lasker Hall 

Containing Kitchens, Dining Rooms, Reception Room, Laundry, 
Clothes and Supply Rooms, Quarters for Faculty and Servants, 
Locker Rooms, Cold Storage, Root Cellars, etc. Erected in mem- 
ory of Mr. Morris Lasker, of Galveston, Tex., by his wife and 
family, 1917. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 35 



m^morialfi 



Lake Archer Rosenthal 



In memory of Archer Rosenthal, Philadelphia, Pa., by 
his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry 
Rosenthal, 1908. 

Elise Binswanger Nursery 

In memory of Elise Binswanger, Kansas City, Mo., by 

her grandchildren, planted in 1909. 

Samuel Strauss, Jr., Division of Nursery 

Rhododendrons and Roses in memory of Samuel Strauss, 
Jr., Philadelphia, by his wife, 1910. 

Feineman-Binswanger Memorial Arch 

In memory of Mr. B. A. Feineman and Elise Bins- 
wanger, Kansas City, Mo., by Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Kraus- 
kopf, 1912. 

The Washburn Pergola 

By John Hosea Washburn, 1912. 

Bertie Gans Ochs Flag Pole 

In memory of Bertie Gans Ochs, Philadelphia, by 

Mr. Adolph S. Ochs, of New York, 1913. 

Henrietta Krauskopf, Division of Nursery 

Circle of Evergreens and Shrubs, by Mr. Nathan Kraus- 
kopf, of New York, in memory of his mother. 

Jos. E, Oppenheimer, Division of Nursery 

In memory of Joseph E. Oppenheimer, by his associates 
in the Snellenburg Clothing Co., Philadelphia, 1915. 



1908— "WM. S. RAYNER SCHOLARSHIP." The 
income of $5000 contributed to the Endowment 
Fund by his daughter, Mrs. Bertha Rayner 
Frank. 

1908— "DR. SAMUEL L. FRANK SCHOLAR- 
SHIP." The income of $5000 contributed to 
the Endowment Fund by His wife, Mrs. Bertha 
Rayner Frank. 



36 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

REPORT OF FLORA SCHOENFELD MEMORIAL 
FARMS COMMITTEE 

(Herbert D. Allman, Chairman.) 

The Schoenfeld Farms can well be proud of their fruitful 
acreage for the year just past. 

Farm No. i has been under the personal charge of Mr. 
Aaron Lieberman, a post graduate, and the yield is much larger 
and prices received much better than any previous year. The 
flow of milk has been particularly good. The corn crop is more 
than promising, the barn is stored full of hay and the silo is filled 
and prepared for the winter. 

Farm No. 2 has had a peach crop, which has exceeded last 
year's production by over three hundred baskets. We have cleared 
more land, and put it into cultivation, securing therefrom a very 
good crop. 

Farm No. 3 is, as usual, able to make a first-rate showing. 
Mr. Young, who lives on the place and is in charge, has exceeded 
his previous records of ability as a teacher, and efficiency as a 
manager. The crops have been very good. Both barn and silo 
are well filled with hay, silage and grain. Sundry improvements 
have been made, including a new garage, which was constructed 
by the students, themselves. About thirty new acres have been 
reclaimed and brought under cultivation. 

I would like to state that, under the direction and super- 
vision of Director Ostrolenk, these three farms are conducted 
along different lines, each forming a basis of teaching for our 
students. 

The Fresh Air Camp for children, a very commendable in- 
stitution for the poor of Philadelphia, under the supervision of 
the Young Women's Union, occupied a small farm house and 
about an acre of ground on Farm No. 3 during the summer. 
This caused us no inconvenience whatever, the expenses were all 
defrayed by the Young Women's Union, and the outing was cer- 
tainly enjoyed by the many poor kiddies of the tenement-house 
districts. 

In conclusion, I want to express my appreciation and thanks 
to the other members of my Committee and to the Facultv of the 
School for the earnest help and co-operation they have given me 
in the administration of these farms. 

SCHOENJ-ELD Farm No. 3, FINANCIAL STANDING. 

October i, 1916, to Balance on Hand $1073.48 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 11 



INCOME 



Sale of Farm Products $3,709.41 

Mr. Arthur Kuhn, Toward Erection of Hay House, 100.00 

Interest on Deposits 40.11 



DISBURSEMENTS 

Baling Hay $40.27 

Engine Hire for Filling Silo 35.00 

Farm Sundries 270.67 

Fertilizer 229.28 

Grain for Cattle 1,112.50 

Horse Shoeing 34.90 

Pumping Water 28.60 

Seeds 241.82 

Veterinarian 78.00 

Wages and meals for help 1,154.12 

Replacements and Improvements 

Repairs to Dwelling $154.31 

New Roof on Tenant House 140.27 

Garage 237.61 

New Corn Planter 65.00 ■ 

Implement Repairs 115.84 

. 713.03 



3,849.52 
$4,923.00 



3,938.19 



Bank Balance September 30, 1917 .. $984.81 

REVENUE AND EXPENSE ACCOUNT 
REVENUE 

Sale of Farm Products $3,709.41 

Interest on Bank Deposits 40.11 

Inventory, September 30, 1917 3,783.62 



$7,533.14 



EXPENSE 

Baling Hay $40.27 

Engine Hire for Filling Silo 35.00 

Farm Sundries 270.67 

Fertilizer 229.28 

Grain for Cattle 1,112.50 

Horseshoeing 34.90 

Inventory of September 30, 1916 2,815.75 

Pumping Water 28.60 

Seeds 241.82 

Veterinarian 78.00 

Wages and meals for help 1,154.12 

Replacements and Improvements 

Repairs to Dwelling $154.31 

New Roof on Tenant House 140.27 

Garage 237.61 

New Corn Planter 65.00 

Implement Repairs 1 15.84 

713.03 



6,753.94 



Net Gain September 30, 1916 $779.20 



38 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



PRIZES ENDOWED 

The prizes awarded to the students of the School at the Gradu- 
ation Exercises, Spring Festival and Harvest Pilgrimage, for profi- 
ciency, effort and improvement in the various branches of the 
School's work, are contributed as follows : 

"The Barnett Binswanger Prize." The interest of $150.00 con- 
tributed to the Endowment Fund by Mrs. Barnett Binswanger, of 
Philadelphia. 

"The Estella S. Horkheimer Prise." The interest of $ioo.co 
contributed to the Endowment Fund by Mr. B. S. Horkheimer, of 
New York, in memory of his mother, 

"The Heyman and Brunette Herzherg Prize." The interest of 
$150.00 contributed to the Endowment Fund, in their memory, by 
their children. 

"The Herbert T. Hyman Prize." The interest of $150.00 con- 
tributed to the Endowment Fund by Mrs. Bernard Sluzier, in 
memory of her son. 

"The Martha and David Kohn Prize." The interest of $200.00 
bequeathed to the Endowment Fund by Martha Kohn. 

"The Harriet B. Labe Prize." The interest of $100.00 be- 
queathed to the Endowment Fund. 

"The Joseph Louchheim Prize." The interest of $250.00 con- 
tributed to the Endowment Fund by Mr. Harry Louchheim, of New 
York City, in memory of his father. 

"The Joseph Louchheim Prize." The interest of $250.00 con- 
tributed to the Endowment Fund by Mrs. L. S. Eliel, of Philadel- 
phia, in memory of her father. 

"The Bertie Cans Ochs Prize." The interest of $150.00 con- 
tributed to the Endowment Fund by Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Cans, of 
Philadelphia, in memory of their daughter. 

"The Anchel Rosenthal Prizes." The interest of $500.00 be- 
queathed to the Endowment Fund. 

"The Ellis and Annie Teller Silberstein Prize." The interest 
of $100.00 contributed to the Endowment Fund by Mrs. Walter G. 
Herzberg, of Philadelphia, in memory of her parents. 

"The Ellis and Annie Teller Silberstein Prize." The interest 
of $100.00 contributed to the Endowment Fund by Mrs. Samuel 
Rosenbaum, of Philadelphia, in memory of her parents. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 39 



CASH PRIZES CONTRIBUTED 

"The Wm. Armhold Prize." In honor of his birthday, by his 

daughter, Miss N. E. Armhold, Atlantic City, N. J $2.50 

Mrs. D. Berlizheimer, Philadelphia, Pa. (annual) S.oo 

"The Barnett Binswanger Memorial Prize'" by the Board of 

the School (annual) 5.00 

Mrs. H. Bloomfield, Philadelphia, Pa., in memory of her 

mother (annual) 5.00 

Mrs. Gabriel Blum, Philadelphia, Pa., in memory of her sister 

(annual) 10.00 

Mr. and Mrs. Hart Blumenthal, Philadelphia, Pa., in memory 

of their son Ralph (annual) 10.00 

Mrs. Sol Blumenthal, Philadelphia, Pa., in memory of her 

husband (annual) 10.00 

"The Henrietta Dannenbaum Prize,"- in honor of her birth- 
day, by a niece of Mrs. Dannenbaum (annual) S.OO 

"The Malthide Dreifus Prize," by Miss Jeanette Dreifus, 

Philadelphia, in memory of her mother (annual) S.oo 

Mr David Kirschbaum, Philadelphia, Pa. (annual) 10.00 

"The Sophie Knocker May Perpetual Prize," by Mrs. William 

Knocker, Atlantic City, N. J., in memory of her daughter, S-OO 

Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Krauskopf, Philadelphia, Pa. (annual) . . 25.00 

Mr. S. Geo. Levi, Philadelphia, in memory of his parents 

(annual) 20.00 

Mr. Moe Lieberman, Philadelphia, Pa. (annual) 10.00 

Mr. Louis Loeb, New York City, in memory of his wife 

(annual) \. . 25.00 

Mrs. Max Oppenheimer, Philadelphia, Pa., in memory of 

Hulda Oppenheimer (annual) 500 

Mr. Joseph S. Potsdamer, Philadelphia, Pa. (annual) 25^00 

Mrs. Henry Rosenthal, Philadelphia, Pa. (annual) 5.00 

Mr. I. H. Silverman, Philadelphia, Pa. (annual) 10.00 

"The Rebecca Simon Prize," by Mrs. Herbert Wasserman, 

Philadelphia, in memory of her mother (annual) 25.00 

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Sinberg, Philadelphia, Pa. (annual) . . 10.00 

Mr. G. William Ullman, Philadelphia, Pa. (annual) 5.00 

Mr. George C. Watson, Philadelphia, Pa. (annual) 2.00 

"The Simon Wilson Perpetual Prize," by Miss Rose S. Wilson, 

Atlantic City, N. J., in memory of her father (annual) . . 2.00 



40 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

POULTRY DEPARTMENT 
(Cecil J. Took.) 

Poultry in the past at The National Farm School has not 
received proper attention, due to the smallness of our plant and 
the lack of funds at the disposal of the Board of the School for 
erecting and equipping the kind of plant an institution like ours 
should have. As a consequence, our inadequate facilities have 
necessitated a limited amount of practical teaching, with the 
result that only a small number of students have been graduated 
with a real practical knowledge of poultry husbandry. 

During the past year, however, a number of friends of our 
School have come forward and have contributed sums toward 
the larger plant we so greatly need. Accordingly, plans for the 
kind of plant we desired were drawn up to include a large brooder 
house, fifteen colony growing houses, and a laying house for one 
thousand hens and pullets; this house to contain an office, root 
cellar and grain room. These plans were approved and given to 
contractors for bids, but present high cost of building material 
and labor so inflated these bids that part of our plans have been 
abandoned for the present. We are, however, going ahead with 
the brooder house, which we are building ourselves, with the 
assistance of our students, giving us a three- fold advantage : 
First — A saving of money due to elimination of overhead charges, 
and the use of our own lumber and labor. Second — As an 
educational feature; teaching of carpentry, concreting, etc. 
Third — Getting what we want and how and when we want it. 
A start has been made and work will continue during the winter. 



THE LIBRARY 

(Simon Marcovitch, Librarian.) 

The Library is fairly well equipped for supplying the needs 
of the students along educational and agricultural lines. A gen- 
eral subject and author card index, and the index of publications 
of the State Experiment Stations, is being made available for the 
students. It is hoped to get as many Station Bulletins as pos- 
sible properly filed, so as to be of assistance to the students. 

The Librarian and those in charge are always ready and 
glad to give whatever assistance they can in connection with ref- 
erence work of the students. 

At present there is a lack of some good up-to-date fiction, 
which is greatly needed, as well as more books on Agriculture, 
Physiology and Hygiene. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 41 



REPORT OF THE LADIES' EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

(Mrs. a. M. Klein, Chairman.) 

The ladies of the AuxiHary Board of The National Farm 
School have visited the School at frequent intervals during the 
year in accordance with the schedule arranged by Mrs. M. 
Fleisher, Chairman of the Visiting Committee. 

They have co-operated with Miss Abraham, the Matron, 
and Miss' Churchman, the Housekeeper, under whose interested 
supervision the household is being run comfortably and smoothly. 

A very large quantity of the vegetables and fruit grown on 
the farm has been conserved for winter use, at a minimum ex- 
pense. 

The Sewing Circle, under Mrs. R. B. Schoneman's able 
management, is actively engaged in restocking the linen-room 
shelves. 

The work of the household has been greatly hampered in 
the past by lack of space and inadequate facilities. These diffi- 
culties, however, will be overcome when the Morris Lasker 
Hall is ready for occupancy. We look forward with deepest in- 
terest to the completion of this new building, whose commodious 
quarters and modern equipment will supply all our require- 
ments. 



DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT 
(Hetty Abraham, Matron.) 

The closing year finds us in excellent condition, and anxious 
to excel the good work of former years. 

The entire household is watching the building progress of 
the Morris Lasker Hall with much enthusiastic interest and grati- 
tude, knowing that the long-ago outgrown and makeshift facili- 
ties with which this department has been hampered are soon to 
be replaced by up-to-date and commodious quarters, and we wish 
to express our heartfelt thanks to the family of the late Morris 
Lasker for making possible the realization of this long hoped for 
and greatly needed Domestic Hall. 

This year, more than ever before, there has been strenuous 
effort to conserve everything grown on the farm. More than a 
thousand quarts of fruits and vegetables have been canned ; large 
quantities of products have been dried ; and eggs have been pre- 
served in the usual scientific manner. 

Frequent visits from the Ladies' Auxiliary Board of the 
School have been helpful to the matron and her assistants. 



42 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



REGISTER OF STUDENTS 
GRADUATING CLASS— FEBRUARY 22, 1917 

Post-Graduate Certificate 

Cecil J. Toor, Philadelphia 



Diplomas 



Solomon Adler, New York City 
Arthur A. Camen, Baltimore, Md. 
Sol. M. Donchi, Newark, N. J. 
Joseph Z. Druckerman, N. Y. City 
Samuel Erde, New York City 
Louis Goldberg, Philadelphia 
Nathan B. Golub, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Charles A. Jackson, Philadelphia 

Charles R. Wagner, 



Max L. Kasselman, Alliance, N. J. 
Clarence J. Koshowsky, Philadelphia 
Aaron Lieberman, Houston, Tex. 
Benjamin Malloy, Philadelphia 
Abram Radler, Newark, N. J. 
William L. Reid, Philadelphia 
Isaac Shapiro, Baltimore, Md. 
Benjamin S. Smith, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Jr., Long Island, N. Y. 



POST GRADUATE CLASS 
Aaron Lieberman, Houston, Tex. 



SENIOR CLASS 



George Aidman, New York City 
Isaac Becker, Philadelphia 
Richard H. Boyes, Philadelphia 
Harry Fishman, Philadelphia 
Morris Halpern, Charleston, W. Va. 
Joseph Kunis, Philadelphia 



Joseph Levitch, Philadelphia 
Morris Mayer, Easton, Pa. 
John B. McCool, Philadelphia 
David Rovinsky, Philadelphia 
Harry Schuffman, Newark, N. J. 
Abe Sherman, Philadelphia 



JUNIOR CLASS 



David Brown, New York City 
Benj. Brumberg, New York City 
Raphael Glass, Philadelphia 
Irwin Goldfarb, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Bernard Goldschmidt, Butte, Mont. 
Joseph Goldstein, Brookljm, N. Y. 
Samuel Greenberg, Philadelphia 
Wm. Greenberg, Butte, Mont. 
John Hahne, Philadelphia 
Philip Harwitz, Baltimore, Md. 
Benj. Joffe, Worcester, Mass. 
Ernest Katz, New York City 
Charles Kaufmann, Nanticoke, Pa. 
Philip Landman, New York City 
Morris Leib, Philadelphia 



Jacob Mannes, Baltimore, Md. 
Israel Marcus, Philadelphia 
Jack L. Miller, Philadelphia 
Samuel Miller, Philadelphia 
Harry Mintz, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Howard J. Moore, Philadelphia 
Jacob Rabinowitz, New York City 
Mordecai Rosenberg, Zanesville, Ohio 
Samuel J. Rubin, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Morris M. Schlosberg, N. Y. City 
Max Schloss, Bristol, Va. 
Abraham Schwartz, New York City 
Max Segal, Worcester, Mass. 
Imanuel Viener, Natchez, Miss, 
George O. Wolf, Philadelphia 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 43 

FRESHMAN CLASS 

Cyrus Baker, Philadelphia Joseph Goldfarb, Philadelphia 

Geo. R. Biecher, Lebanon, Pa. Walter J. Groman, S. Allentown, Pa. 

Meyer Blume, Philadelphia Edgar E. Hesch, Philadelphia 

Isadore Braunstein, New York City Abraham Katz, Brookl3m, N. Y. 

Julius Brodie, Baltimore, Md. Moe Levin, Newark, N. J. 

Nathan Bromberg, Philadelphia Robert Livingston, Philadelphia 

Sidney Brunwasser, Pittsburgh, Pa. Kenneth C. Mickle, Carbondale, Pa. 

Leo Ruskin, New York City Aaron Moskowitz. New Orleans, La. 

Morris Daniels, Newark, N. J. Arthur Neubauer, New York City 

Samuel G. Fine, Titusville, Pa. Lawrence Phillips, S. Bethlehem, Pa. 

George Forman, Philadelphia Jacob Preis, Philadelphia 

Simon Frandzel, Terre Haute, Ind. Israel Rabinowitz, Philadelphia 

Elias Fristat, Philadelphia Julius Ratner, Philadelphia 

Andrew Gabel, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Isidor Saffran, New York City 

Harry Ginsburg, Rochester, N, Y. Wm. Schneider, Camden, N. J. 

Abraham Goldberg, Philadelphia Sidney Stone, New York City 



SUNDRY DONATIONS 

W. Atlee Burpee ^ Co., Philadelphia — Seeds for farms and gardens. 
Burpee Family, Philadelphia — Subscriptions to newspapers and magazines 

for Library. 
Mr. J. L. Campbell, Farm School, Pa. — Bronze medal as prize in physics. 
"Chicago Israelite," Chicago, 111. — Complimentary subscription. 
Dill & Collins Co., Philadelphia — Cover paper and glazed paper used in this 

book. 
"Emanu-El," San Francisco, Cal. — Complimentary subscription. 
Farm School Sewing Circle — Supplied linen room with all necessary table 

and bed linens, towels, waiters' aprons, laundry bags and curtains. 
Mr. B. C. Friedman, Philadelphia— 56 pounds matzos and 10 pounds meal. 
Mr. George F. Hoffman, Philadelphia— Trip to Washington as prize. 
"Jewish Criterion," Pittsburgh, Pa.— Complimentary subscription. 
"Jewish Exponent," Philadelphia — Complimentary subscription. 
"Jewish Monitor," Fort Worth, Tex. — Complimentary subscription. 
Jewish Publication Society of America— Copies of their publications. 
"Jewish Review and Observer," Cleveland, Ohio— Complimentary subscription. 
"Jewish Tribune," Portland, Ore. — Complimentary subscription. 
"Jewish Voice," St. Louis, Mo. — Complimentary subscription. 
Mr. M. A. Kaufmann, Philadelphia — Set of filing cases, set of curtains and 

books for Library. 
Mr. Manfred R. Krauskopf, Philadelphia — Treat of ice cream and cake to 

household. 
Mr. Moe Lieberman, Philadelphia — Set of encyclopedia. 
Mrs. Louis Magaziner, Philadelphia — Framed picture. 
Dr. Wesley Massinger, Chalfont, Pa.^ Veterinary set as prize in Veterinary 

Science. 
Needlework Guild of America — ^214 useful articles of clothing. 
Penn State Agricultural School— Free scholarship. 
Roman Automobile Co., Philadelphia — Ford truck. 
Mr. B. Selig, Philadelphia — Mimeograph. 
Mrs. Jos. N. Snellenburg, Philadelphia — Set of encyclopedia. 
Spitz Brothers, Philadelphia— Bucket of mince meat. 
Mr. Eugene M. Stern, Philadelphia— Books for Library. 
"The Day," New York — Complimentary subscription. 

Mr Cecil J. Toor, Farm School, Pa.— Treat of ice cream and cake to house- 
hold. 
Dr. George Wheeler, Philadelphia — Books for Library. 
Wolf Bros., Philadelphia, through Mr. Gus Bauer— 8500 envelopes. 



44 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 
(Charles Horn, 'o6, Secretary.) 

A must enthusiastic Alumni Association meeting and ban- 
quet were held on Saturday, June 7, 191 7, at the Monument 
House, Doylestown, Pa. There were present over forty gradu- 
ates, a number of whom came from a long distance to attend. 

Mr. Bernhard Ostrolenk, of the Class of '06, Director of 
The National Farm School, was introduced to the members of 
the Association. He made an address and outlined his policy 
for the training of the students and the development of the 
School. He urged closer relationship between the graduates and 
their alma mater and assured those present that there was always 
a ready welcome for any of them at their alma mater. The 
graduates pledged their co-operation and aid to the Director to 
help him carry out his program in placing The National Farni 
School in the front rank it deserves. 

At the banquet, which followed the meeting, a short sketch 
was given by each one present of his experience in his chosen 
profession, either as manager in some particular branch of agri- 
culture, of as owner of his own farm, as well as reports from 
those graduates who are at present specializing at college. 

Charles Horn, the Secretary, made a splendid report of 
the large percentage of the graduates in agriculture, especially 
of those who are on their own farms, as well as of those who are 
attending the various agricultural colleges. He reported that a 
number of graduates are co-operating with organizations 
throughout the country to instruct and encourage people to 
produce food on war gardens. The following officers of the 
Association were elected : 

President, James Work,- '13; Vice-President, Edward 
Schlessinger, '13; Secretary-Treasurer, Charles Horn, '06. 

The next annual meeting and banquet will be held on June 
I, 1918, at the Monimient House, Doylestown, Pa., and from 
various reports and efforts exerted by the members representing 
each graduating class, the affair is very much looked forward 
to. Each class is asked to have as many representatives present 
as possible. 



T?IE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 45 



WHAT SOME OF OUR GRADUATES ARE DOING 

Abrams, Chas., Wheeling, W. Va. — Assistant herdsman on 1000-acre farm. 

Abrams, S. M., Collegeville, Pa. — Cultivating his own farm. 

Adler, Solomon, Annapolis, Md. — Dairyman, Java Farms. 

Amrum, Philip, Brockton, Mass. — Cultivating his own farm. 

Anderson, Victor, Sanatoga, Pa. — Cultivating his own farm. 

Atkatz, Joseph, St. Augustine, Fla. — Herdsman on Hagler Estate. 

Berg, Henr5\ South Boston, Mass. — Cultivating his own farm. 

Borovick, Geo. S., Chicago, 111. — Pharmacist. 

Brodie, Samuel, Berkeley, Cal. — Specializing, University of California. 

Brown, Benj., Cincinnati Sanitarium, Cincinnati, O. — In charge Poultry Dept. 

Camen, Arthur, Youngstown, Ohio — Assistant foreman on farm. 

Capek, Thaddeus S., Elmwood, Conn. — Cultivating his own farm. 

Charen, Oscar, Hatboro, Pa. — In charge estate of J. Linden Heacock. 

Chodes, Benj., Gap, Pa. — Doctor of Veterinary Science. 

Citron, Hyman— In charge Cow Testing Assoc, Mercer Co., N. J. 

Colton, Max J., Cumberland, Md. — Rural health officer. 

Crohn, Lawrence W. — Truck farming in New Jersey. 

Davidson, Samuel — Fruit specialist, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Donchin, Solomon — Testing milk for N. J. Experiment Station. 

Dorfman, Samuel, Westfield, N. J. — Superintendent of estate. 

Druckerman, Benjamin — Specializing in pomology and plant pathology, Ohio 

State Agricultural College. 
Druckerman, Joseph, White Plains, N. Y. — Assistant gardener, Orthopedic 

Hospital. 

Ehoodin, Abraham, Amelia, Ohio — Cultivating parents' farm. 
Einstein, Sylvan D., Cape May, N. J.— Farm manager. 
Epstein, Abraham, Stamford, Conn. — Dairying on rented farm. 
Erde, Herman W. — Specializing, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. 
Erde, Saml. — General farming, Ridgefield, Conn. 

Ezrin, Benjamin, Gilbert School of Practical Agriculture, Georgetown, Conn. 
— Instructor in poultry culture. 

Feldman, Arthur — Student, Delaware College, Newark, Del. 
Feldman, Nathan, Philadelphia, Pa. — Doctor of Veterinary Science. 
Finkel, Jacob, Cartagena, Colombia, S. A. — Dairying. 

Fleisher, Maximilian, Vineland, N. J. — Head of Animal Husbandry Depart- 
ment, N. J. Training School. 
Frank, Abraham, Ferndale, N. Y. — Cultivating his father's farm. 
Fried, Albert, Vermillion, Ohio — Cultivating his own farm. 
Friedman, Aaron J., Philadelphia — Horticulturist. 
Friedman, David — Graduate work. Harvard University. 
Friedman, S. — Agricultural journalism, New York City. 

Galblum. Samuel — Poultry assistant, U. S. Dept. of Agriculture. 
Glantz, Emanuel, Fallsington, Pa. — Cultivating his own farm. 
Goldberg, Benj., Hillside Home, Clark's Summit, Pa.— Herdsman. 
Goldberg, Louis, Hatboro, Pa. — Manager of farm. 
Goldman, Jacob-— Enlisted in U. S. Cavalry. 
Goldman, Jos., Rockford, 111. — Dairying. 

Goldman, Meyer, Camden, N. J. — Superintendent of Vacant Lots Culti- 
vation Society. 
Golub, Nathan — Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. 
Gordon. Abraham, Rochester, N. Y. — Cultivating his own farm. 
Green, Meyer — Civil engineer, Pittsburgh, Pa. 



46 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

Halbert, M. Michael, Norma, N. J. — General farming. 
Hantcharow, Pincus — Asst. in N. Y. Office, Hoover Food Commission. 
Harkavy, Morris — Studying Veterinary Science at Ohio University. 
Harrison, Beryl — Cultivating his own farm, Des Moines, Iowa. 
Helfand, Louis I. — Specializing in Veterinary Science, University of Penn- 
sylvania. 
Heller, Chas. — Truck gardening, near Albany, N. Y. 
Hirsch, Harry S., Lyons, 111. — On his own poultry farm. 
Horn, Charles, Philadelphia, Pa. — Asst. Supt. Vacant Lots Cultivation Ass"n. 

Ibaugh, Geo. W., Rockport, Pa. — Middle Coal Field Poor District — Steward. 

Jackson, Chas. A. — Herdsman, Pencoyd Farms, Bala, Pa. 

Jaffe, David — Tree surgeon, Philadelphia. 

Jenkins, Albert E. — Instructor, Poultry Department, Cornell University School 

of Agriculture. 
Johnston, Edwin A., New Britain. Pa. — Farm manager. 

Kahan, Jacob, Rushland, Pa. — Cultivating his own farm. 

Kerner, Samuel S. — Supervisor and gardener, Hebrew Orphan Home, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Kaskin, Louis I., care of J. F. Lewis, Morestein, Pa. — Herdsman. 

Kesselman, Benjamin — Teacher, Ag. and Sci. 

Klein, Elmer, Ohio State Agricultural College — Specializing in Horticulture 
and Entomology. 

Klevansky, Abraham — Fruit business, Reading, Pa. 

Kotlikof¥, Samuel S., R. F. D. No. 2, Lansdale, Pa. — Cultivating his own farm. 

Krintzmain, Philip — -Truck gardening, near Elizabeth, N. J. 

Krivin, David, Chautauqua, N. Y. — In charge of truck farm. 

Kysela, Rudolph, Denver, Colo. — Expert electrician. 

Landsman, Harry, Yonkers, N. Y. — On dairy farm. 

Lauchman, Wm., Goldsboro, N. C. 

Lebeson, Harry — Specializing, Ohio State Agricultural College. 

Lebeson, Herman — Asst. chemist, Texas Experiment Station, College Sta- 
tion, Texas. 

Leib, Louis, Washington. D. C. — Manager of dairy. 

Leon, Marcus, Chicago, 111. — Special representative, "The Farm Gazette," Des 
Moines, Iowa. 

Levinson, Julius — Specializing, Mich. Agricultural College, E. Lansing, Mich. 

Levintow, Arthur — Asst. in rose-growing department at Battle's, Phila., Pa. 

Light, Philip, Skillman, N. J.- — In charge of farm on estate of R. H. Hanna. 

Magram, Nathan, West Willington, Conn. — Poultryman. 

Malis, Emanuel, San Luis Obispo, Cal. — Supt. of Grounds and Asst. Horticul- 
turist, California Polytechnic School. 

Malloy, Benj., Philadelphia, Pa. — Instructor of Boys' Gardening Club. 

Margolies, Aaron, Minneapolis, Minn. — General agriculture. 

McCraken, Wm. J. — Expert mechanic, Philadelphia. 

Michelson, Moses, Indianapolis, Ind. — Manager National Tree Surgery Com- 
pany. 

Miller, Abe, Chicago, 111. — Organizer and Pres. American Bulb Company. 

Mitzman, Maurice B., New Orleans, La. — Directing entomological researches 
for U. S. Government. 

Moreinis, Wm. — Enlisted U. S. Marine Corps. 

Morris, Max — Officers' Training Camp, Fort Dodge, 111. 

Naum, Harry, Nassau, N. Y. — Farm manager. 

Nussbaum. Chas., Columbus, Ohio — Specializing, Ohio State Agricultural 
College. 

Osfrolenk, Bernhard — Director of The National Farm School, Farm 
School, Pa. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 47 

Peyser, Sol., New York City — Attorney. 

Radler, Abe, Brentwood, N. Y. — Manager of poultry farm. 

Ratner, Henrj^, Norristown, Pa. — Cultivating his own farm (Valley Brook 
Farm) with brother. 

Ratner, Jos., Norristown, Pa. — Cultivating farm with brother (Valley Brook 
Farm). 

Redalia, Lewis — Florist and landscape gardener, Atlantic City, N. J. 

Reid, Wm. R., George School, George School, Pa. 

Rich, Harry, Weatogue, Conn. — In charge of growing and preparing for mar- 
ket, crops raised by American Sumatra Tobacco Co. 

Rochlin, Samuel, Greenbuig, Pa. — Farm manager. 

Ross, Leonard, Chicago, 111. — Pharmacist. 

Rosenberg, Nathan, Rome, N. Y.- — General agriculture. 

Rosenfelt, Maurice, Philadelphia. Pa. — With Park Commission. 

Rosenthal, Jos. L. Columbus, Ohio — Specializing, Ohio State Agricultural 
College. 

Ross, Henrj^ ColumDus, Jhio — Specializing, Ohio State Agricultural College. 

Rubinofif, Louis — General farming, near Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Rudley, Samuel, Atlantic City, N. J.— Florist and landscape gardener. 

Salinger, Morri^ — Director of Baron de Hirsch Agricultural Colony, Colonia 

Dora, Argentine Republic, S. A. 
Schlesinger, Ed. — Student Delaware College, Newark, Del. 
Schutzbank, Jacob, Freehold, N. J. — Cultivating father's farm. 
Schweitzer, Hyman, Kerman, Cal. — Cultivating sister's farm. 
Selecter, Meyer, State College, Pa. — Specializing, Penn. State College. 
Semel, Max — Wholesale cotton goods. New York City. 
Serber, David, Philadelphia, Pa.— Attorne}'. 
Shapera, Solomon — Ohio State Agricultural College. 
Shapiro, I. — Scholarship student in Agriculture at Penn. State College. 
Shor, Harry, in charge of dairy. Fox Hall Farm, Norfolk, Va. — General 

farming. 
Silver, Chas., Monroeville, N. J. — Cultivating his own farm. 
Snowvice, William, Bridgeton, N. J.— Cultivating his own farm. 
Sobell, Samuel S., D. D. S. — Greenlawn, L. I. 
Stabinsky, Julius, Atlanta, Ga.— Dairying. 

Stamen, Harry — Extension work, Del. Agri. Exp. Station, Newark, Del. 
Stern, Isaac — Manufacturer of paper-making machinery, New York, N. Y. 

Taubenhaus, Jacob — Plant pathologist and physiologist, Texas , Agricultural 

Experiment Station, College Station, Texas. 
Toor, Cecil J. — In charge of poultry and dairy depts. of The National Farm 

School, Farm School, Pa. 

Ulman, Julius — Manager Fox Hall Farm, Norfolk, Va. 

Wade, Benj., Cedar Crest, N. J.— With 10,000-acre fruit farm. 

Wagner, Chas., Georgetown, Conn. — Instructor at Gilbert Farm School. 

Wallman, Israel, D. V. S. — Bureau of Animal Industry, U. S. Dept. of Agri- 
culture, Live Stock Exchange Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

Weigle, Frederick H., Mountain Orchard and Poultry Farm, Narvon, Pa. — 
Orcharding. 

Weinberg, Harry, Quincy, Fla. — With American Sumatra Tobacco Co. 

Wiseman, J. H., Pittsburgh, Pa. — Instructor in gardening, Board of Public 
Education. 

Witkin, Abraham, Philadelphia, Pa. — Florist. 

Wolf, Jesse — General agriculture, Chilton, Wis. 

Woolwich, Aaron Philadelphia, Pa. — Landscape gardener and florist. 

Woolwich, Morris, Philadelphia, Pa. — Landscape gardener and florist. 

Work, James. Philadelphia, Pa. — Naval 'architect. 

Zack, Harry, Chautauqua, N. Y. — In charge of truck farm. 
Zalinger, Bernie A., Chicago, III. — Florist. 



48 THE NATIONAJ. FARM SCHOOL 

LEGACIES AND ENDOWMENTS 

Money received in legacies is placed in the Endowment Fund. 

1895 — In memoriam Jacob Tuck and wife, by their children, 

Philadelphia, Pa $1,000.00 

1899 — Carolyn Parent Nirdlinger, Philadelphia Pa., Bequest 500.00 

1903 — Jacob H. Hecht, Boston, Mass., Bequest 500.00 

1905 — Moses Lichten, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 500.00 

1906 — Marx Wineland, Frostberg, Md., Bequest 500.00 

1906 — In memory of Samuel Frank, Pittsburgh, Pa., by his 

son, Edgar K. Frank 100.00 

1907 — Frances Seligman, Philadelphia, Pa. (for Bernard and 

Frances Seligman Library Alcove) 200.00 

1907 — Fannie Houseman, Philadelphia, Pa. (in memory of 

her son, Arthur Ballenberg Houseman) 100.00 

1907 — Edward Popper, Greenville, Tex., Bequest 100.00 

1907' — Samuel W. Goodman, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 200.00 

1907 — Fannie Simon, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 50.00 

1907 — Isaac Sailer, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 500.00 

1908 — Leah Bernheimer, Mobile, Ala., Bequest 100.00 

1908 — Eleanore Samuel, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 343-29 

1908 — Solomon Blumenthal, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 250.00 

1909 — Moses H. Stern, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest _. . 500.00 

1909 — Esther Sailer, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 78.05 

1909 — Rebecca Haas, Indianapolis, Ind., Bequest 100.00 

1909 — Blanche Loeb, New York City, Bequest 1,000.00 

1910 — Louis I. Aaron, Pittsburgh, Pa. (in honor of his 70th 

birthday) ' 1,000.00 

1910 — Anchel Rosenthal, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 500.00 

1910 — Abraham Lipman, Pittsburgh, Pa., Bequest 500.00 

1910 — Henrietta Morgenroth, Louisville, Ky., Bequest 500.00 

1910 — In Memory of Milton L. Snellenburg, by his Father.. 2,000.00 

1911 — Samuel Baldauf, Oskaloosa, la.. Bequest 300.00 

TUT I — Max Bamberger, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest- 5,000.00 

191 1 — Harriet B. Labe, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 100.00 

191 1 — ^Adolph Leberman, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 100.00 

1912 — Annie M. Ferguson, Pittsburgh, Pa., Bequest 100.00 

1912 — Mina Friedman, Chicago, 111., Bequest 100.00 

1912 — Benjamin Kahn, Philadelphia, Pa.-. Bequest 200.00 

1912 — Louis Lowenthal, Rochester, N. Y., Bequest 500.00 

1912 — Levi Stern, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 100.00 

1912 — Abraham Weiler, Columbus, Ohio, Bequest 200.00 

1913 — Leopold Keiser, Buffalo, N. Y., Bequest 500.00 

1913 — Estate of Sophia Rothschild, Summitville, Ind 100.00 

1913 — Cass Sunstein, Pittsburgh, Pa., Bequest 100.00 

1913 — Estate of Samuel Woolner, Peoria, 111 500.00 

1914 — In Memory of Barnett Binswanger, Philadelphia, Pa., 

by his wife $150.00 

1914 — Martha Wertheimer Kohn, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 200.00 

1914 — Nathan Herrmann, New York City, Bequest 1,000.00 

1914 — Isaac Van Baalen, Detroit, Mich., Bequest loo.oo 



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LEGACIES AND ENDOWNMENTS-Con«nuec/ 

Money received in legacies is placed in the Endowment Fund. 

1914 — Estate of Mrs. Ferdinand Westheimer, St. Joseph, Mo. $100.00 

1914 — Simon Zweighaft, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 250.00 

191S— Edward P. Kelly, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 1.333-33 

1915 — Jacob Straus, Ligonier, Ind., Bequest 1,000.00 

1916 — Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Cans, Philadelphia, Pa., in 

memory of their daughter, Bertie Cans Ochs 150.00 

1916 — Mrs. Walter G. Herzberg, Philadelphia, Pa., in mem- 
ory of her parents, Ellis and Annie Teller Silber- 

stein 100.00 

1916 — Mr. B. S. Horkheimer, New York, in memory of his 

mother, Estella S. Horkheimer 100.00 

1916 — Estate of ^ax Lowenthal, Rochester, N. Y 500.00 

1916 — Enoch, Marcus and Abe L. Rauh, Pittsburgh, Pa., in 

memory of their mother, Rosalia Rauh 500.00 

1916 — Heinrich and Hannah Rosenbaum, Philadelpha, Pa., 

in memory of Joseph and Henrietta Rosenbaum . . 100.00 
1916 — Mrs. Sam'l Rosenbaum, Philadelphia, Pa., in memory 

of her parents, Ellis and Annie Teller Silberstein . . 100.00 
T917 — In memory of Laurence AV. Frank, Pittsburgh, Pa., by 

his brother, Edgar K. Frank 100.00 

1917 — Babette Freiberg Klein, Cincinnati, Ohio, Bequest 500.00 

191 7 — In memory of Heyman and Burnette' Herzberg, Phila- 
delphia, by their children 150.00 

1917 — Leopold Sheuerman, Des Moines, la 250.00 



The following is a list of legacies and endowments to 

THE FEDERATION OF JEWISH CHARITIES 

OF PHILADELPHIA 

which Federation makes an annual appropriation to The National 

Farm School and is published here as required 

of constituent institutions 

1902 — Mrs. Carrie Hamberg, in memory of her husband, 

Isaac Hamberg $100.00 

1902 — Children of David Ettinger, in memory of their 

father loo.oo 

1903 — Mrs. Alice Hagedorn, in memory of her husband, 

John J. Hagedorn 5,000.00 

1903 — Herman Jonas Bequest 7,500.00 

1903 — Mrs. Carrie Hamberg (additional) . 100.00 

1903 — Ernst Kaufmann Bequest 2,000.00 

1904 — Mrs. Carrie Hamberg (additional) .■••.••.• 100.00 

1904 — Augustus Marks, in memory of his wife, Virginia 

Marks 50.00 

1904 — Augustus Marks (additional) 10.00 

1905 — Augustus Marks (additional) 300.00 

1905 — Sigmund Roedelheim Bequest 500.00 

1905 — Mrs. Carrie Krieger, in memory of her husband, 

Samuel Krieger 1,000.00 

1905 — Wm. Krieger, in memory of his father, Samuel 

Krieger 100.00 



so THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



LEGACIES AND ENDOWMENTS TO THE FEDERATION OF 
JEWISH CHARITIES. OF PHILADELPHIA- Con/mue J 

1905 — Herman B. Blumenthal Bequest $2,000.00 

1905 — S. M. and M. S. Fridenberg, in memory of Esther, 

wife of S. M. Fridenberg 1,000.00 

1906 — Augustus Marks (additional) 140.00 

1908 — Mrs. Fannie A. Leberman Bequest ; 500.00 

1908 — Isaac Herzberg Bequest 3,000.00 

1909 — Simon and Rosa Fleisher Endowment (by their 

children) 5,000.00 

1909 — D. Frank Greenewald, in memory of his mother, 

Sallie Gimbel Greenewald 2,000.00 

1909 — Adolph Weyl, in memory of his wife, Rose Weyl. . .. 50.00 

1909 — Herman Loeb Bequest 3,000.00 

1909 — Henry Rothschild Bequest 1,500.00 

1910 — The Milton L. Snellenburg Fund (Endowed by his 

father, Nathan Snellenburg) 2,000.00 

1911 — Simon Bacharach Bequest 200.00 

1911 — Adolph Weyl (additional) 50.00 

191 1 — Mrs. Florence Liveright, in memory of her son, 

Benjamin Kahn Liveright 500.00 

191 1 — Albert M. Nusbaum Bequest 1,000.00 

1911 — Esther Bacharach Bequest 200.00 

1911 — Abram Herzberg Bequest 500.00 

1911 — Leon Gans Bequest 5,000.00 

191 1 — Charlotte Harburger Bequest 200.00 

191 1 — Meyer Frank Bequest 200.00 

1911 — Adolph Weyl, in memory of his grandchild, Ruth 

Weyl Bernheimer 25.00 

1912 — Joseph Rosskam Bequest 1,000.00 

1912 — Adolph Weyl Bequest 100.00 

1912 — Martin Frank, in memory of his parents, Leon and 

Mathilde Frank 500.00 

1912 — The Simon and Esther Bacharach Endowment, by 

their children 1,500.00 

1912 — GusTAV Bacharach Fund 50.00 

1912 — Leah Abeles Goldsmith, in memory of her brother, 

Simon Abeles 500.00 

1912 — Meyer Seidenbach Bequest 1,000.00 

1913 — Julius Siedenbach Bequest 1,000.00 

1913 — Sigmund Heilbron Bequest 400.00 

1913 — Emanuel Rubel Memorial 900.00 

1913 — Mrs. Henry Schwarz Bequest " 100.00 

1913— Mrs. Hannah Hoffman, in memory of her son, 

Alexander Hoffman 100.00 

1913 — Morris Pf^lzer Bequest 5,000.00 

1914 — Isaac Blum Bequest 250.00 

1914 — Mrs. Gabriel Hirsh, in memory of her husband 1,500.00 

1914 — Henry Jonas Bequest 2,000.00 

1914 — Marcus Katz Bequest 100.00 

1914 — William Kaufman Bequest 5,000.00 

1914 — I, B. Langstadter Memorial Fund, from the Officers 

and Directors of the Federation $170.00 

1914 — The Children of Mrs. Lizzie Rosenstein, in her 

memory lOO.OO 



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LEGACIES AND ENDOWMENTS TO THE FEDERATION OF 
JEWISH CHARITIES, OF PHILADELPHIA-ConWnuec/ 

191 S — Joseph E. Oppenheimer Memorial, from the Seven- 
thirty Club $100.00 

1915 — Mrs. Bertha UtEKNHEJMER, in memory of her hus- 
band, Aaron L Uffenheimer 1,000.00 

191S — Herman Wolf Bequest 750-00 

1915 — Lewis W. Steinbach Memorial Fund 10,000.00 

1915 — Esther Baum Memorial 2,000.00 

1915 — John Netter Bequest 200.00 

1915 — Samuel Kind Bequest 5,000.00 

1915 — Mrs. Birdie May Kirschbaum, in memory of her 

husband, Simon Kirschbaum Soo.oo 

1915 — Milton C. Stein Memorial from "The Schley" 100.00 

1916 — Bernard Harburger Bequest 1,000.00 

1916 — Louis Elkish Memorial 3So.oo 

1916 — Arnold Kohn Bequest 1,000.00 

1916 — Miss Fannie Rice, in memory of her brother, Moses 

Rice So.oo 

1916 — Henry Van Beil Bequest 1,000.00 

1916 — Sidney and Milton Ellerman, in memory of their 

father, Lehman Ellerman 400.00 

1916 — Leopold J. Strouse Bequest 95-25 

1916 — Mr. and Mrs. Perry Frankel, in memory of their 

daughter, Ray 100.00 

1916 — Seven-thirty Club, in memory of Harry S. Behal. . . 50.00 

1917 — Ellis Silberstein Bequest 484.75 

1917' — A. M. Langfeld Bequest 1,000.00 

1917 — Joseph A. Leberman Memorial, from his brothers, 

Sidney A. and Maurice A. Leberman 500.00 

1917 — Henry Siedenbach Bequest 20,000.00 

SPECIAL DONATIONS TO THE ENDOWMENT FUND 

OF THE FEDERATION OF JEWISH CHARITIES 

OF PHILADELPHIA 

1912 — Benjamin Wolf, upon his fiftieth birthday $5,000.00 

1913 — The Children of Mrs. Elias Wolf, in honor of her 

eightieth birthday 2,500.00 

1914 — The Children of Elias and Amelia Wolf, in their 

memory 25,000.00 

1915 — Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Selig, in commemoration of 

their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary 250.00 

1915 — The Bernie Kirschbaum Improved Housing Fund, 

by Mrs. Cecilia Kirschbaum, in memory of her son, 

Bernie Kirschbaum 2,000.00 

igi6 — The Children of Morris and Matilda Stern, in 

honor of the sixtieth wedding anniversary of their 

parents 2,000.00 

1916 — The Bernie Kirschbaum Improved Housing Fund, 

by Mrs. Cecelia Kirschbaum, additional 1,000.00 

1916 — Mr. and Mrs. Simon B. Fleisher, in commemoration 

of their fiftieth wedding anniversary 1,000.00 

1917 — Rita and Florence Bacharach, in honor of their 

grandmother, Hannah Strouse, and in memory of 

their grandparents, Simon and Esther Bacharach . . 1,000.00 



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LIST OF MEMBERS AND CONTRIBUTORS 

For the Year ending September 30, 1917. 



ALABAMA 
Anniston 

Bermarij J 

Goldstein, M 

Held, M 

Levi, Dr. I. P. ... 

Levy, Julius 

Meyer, O 

Ory, N. E 

Sachs, Joseph 

Schauer, Sam 

Smith, C 

Sterne, L. A 

Sterne, M. C 

Ullman, L 

Waterman, J. S. . . 
Yalowitz, J 



Benton 
Cadden, J. I 

Bessemer 
Brown, I 

Erlich & Lefkovits, 

Forst, A 

Goldberg, H 

Goldstein, Abe 

Kartus, Sam 

Lefkowitz, W 

Rioko, P. H 

Strauss, Jacob 

Walloch, L 



Birmingham 
Federation of Jewish 

Charities 

Marx, Otto 



Demopolis 

Bley, J 

Ely, Mrs. Jennie 

Morris 

Folda, L 

Fronzig, J., & Co... 

Goldman, M 

Levy, J 

Long, H. W 

Mayer Bros. ... 

Rosenbush, Mrs. J.. 

Sander, L 

Stern, M 

Weil, William .... 

Ensley 

Applebaum, I , 

Goldstein, Isadore . 

Kaufman, J 

Keller, Henry 

Zivitz, M 



Gadsden 

Blum. C. H 

Broad, A. E 

Hecht, Hugo 

Keller, I 

Rapaport, INI 

Rosenbaum, S. I. ... 
Zemurray Bros. ..... 

Livingston 

Tannenbauni, B 

Mobile 

••Bernheimer, Mrs. I* 

Federation of Jewish 
Charities 



$L00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
2.50 
2.50 
2.00 
1.00 
2.50 
l.CO 
1.00 
l.CO 
1.00 



5.00 



1.00 
2.00' 

.50 
1.00 
1.00 
I.OO 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 

.50 



90.00 

10.00 



1.00 

2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
S.Oo 
l.OU 
1.00 
d.OO 
1.00 
1.00 
2.50 
1.00 



1.00 
1.00 

.50 
2.00 

.50 



1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
5.00 



Montgomery 

Harris, L 

Kauf mann, N 

Lichtenstein, I. N. . . 

Pake, L. J 

Segall, J 

Weil, Mrs. Emma L., 



Opelika 

Cohen, H. A. 
Koplin, B. . . 
Menkov, H. . 
Scheinberg, I. 



Selma 

Bendersky, N 

Benish & Meyer 

Blauner, I 

Cohen, Abe 

Eliasberg, E. D. ... 
Hohenberg, Morris.. 

Kahn, A. G 

Kahn, Nathan 

Kayser, Isidore 

Ladies' Hebrew Be- 
nevolent Society .. 

Lehman, M. M 

Leva, Leo . . , 

Liepold. Jake 

LilHenthal, M 

Maas, Leo S 

Meyer & Elkan 

Meyer, F 

Schuster, Ben. J. . . 

Smith, M. S 

Tepper Bros 



Uniontown 

Levy, H 

Loeb, Leon . . 
Marx, Mrs. L. 

Pach, J 

Wolf, A 

Wolf, O 



ARIZONA 

Bisbee 

Frankenberg, Ben... 

Tucson 

Jacobs, Lionel M. . . 

ARKANSAS 
Dumas 
Dante, Chas 

Fort Smith 
Ney, Rudolph 



Helena 

Jacobs, Rabbi Pizer 

Seelig, B 

Solomon, Louis 



5.00 



Little Rock 

Abeles, Chas. T. ... 
Federated Jewish 

Charities 

Pfeifer, Joseph 

Marianna 
100.00 Lesser, Morris 



1.00 
1.00 
2.00 
5.00 
1.00 
S.OO 



1.00 

.50 

1.00 

1.00 



1.00 
5.00 
3.00 
1.00 
1.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
2.50 

10.00 

2.50 
1.00 
2.00 
1.00 
1.00 
2.50 
2.00 
S.on 
1.00 
3.00 



1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
l.OO 
1.00 
2. CO 



5.00 
20.C0 

5.00 
5.00 



5.C0 
5.00 
2.00 



50.00 



50.00 

s.co- 



5.00 



Pine Bluff 

Weil, Ben B 

"Willing Workers" 
of Temple Anshe 
Emeth 



CALIFORNIA 
Bakersfleld 

Cohn, C 

*Cohn, C. 

Fresno 

Einstein, Mrs. Louis, 
Gundeliinger, Lee .. 
Gundelfinger, Louis.. 

La JoUa 

Lieber, Mr. and Mrs. 
W. S 



10.0<J 
10.00 



5.00 



10.00 

5.00 
5.00 



15.00 



Los Angeles 

Hecht, Rev. Dr. S. .. 2.00 
Hoffman, Estate of 

Hugo 5.00 

Kingsbaker, Mrs. C, 5.00 

Levi Co., Simon .... lO.CO 

Loew, J 5.00 

Meyer, Alex 5.00 

Newmark, M. H. ... 5.00 

Newmark, M. R 5.00 

Nordlinger, Louis S., 10.00 

Norton, Isaac 5.00 

Roos, Jacques 5.00 

Samuels, Caesar .... 10.00 

Seligman, Carl 5.00 

Oakland 

Furth, Mrs. S 10.00 

Jona:,, Abraham 5.00 

Lavenson, A. S 10.00 

Sacramento 

Cohen, Isidor 25.00 

Klaber, Mrs. Herman, 5.00 

Lubin, S. J 10.00 

San Diego 

Hillkowitz, S 5.00 

San Francisco 

Abrahamson, Hugo.. 5.00 

Anspacher, Philip .. 10.00 

Arnstein, Ludwig . . lO.OO 

Aronson, A 10.00 

Bloom, Samuel 5.00 

Blum, Max 5.00 

Boas, Judah 10.00 

Brandenstein, Edw'd, 10.00 

Brenner, Gus 5.00 

Ehrman, Sidney M.. 10.00 

Fries, Wm 5.00 

Gellert, Isaac 5.00 

*Gunst, M. A. 

Haas. Abe 25.00 

Hass; Mrs. Wm. .. 20.00 

Hellman, Isaias W., 25.00 
*|-teiinian, Isaias W. 
Hirschfelder, Dr. J. 

5.00 

Ickelheimer, S 5.00 

Jacobi, J. J 10.00 

Kaufmann, William, 5.00 

Levison, J. B 10.00 

Levy, Emile 10.00 

Levy, Jules 10.00 



*Life Member. 
*Deceased Life Member. 



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53 



Lilienthal, Jesse W., 
•Meyer, Mary Jeanette. 
•Neustadter, Mrs. J. H. 

Rapken, M. A 

•Rosenbaum, Mrs. C. 
W. 

Rosenberg Bros. & 

Co 

•Samson, Mrs. Rud. 
*Samson, RudolphW. 

Schoenberg, Louis . . 

Sinsheimer, B 

Sinsheimer & Co.... 

Sloss, Mrs. M. C. .. 

Son, Mrs. Adolph A., 

Walter, Clarence R., 

Wangenheim. H. ... 

Weinstock, Harris .. 

Wise, Otto Irving.. 

San Luis Obispo 

Sinsheimer, A. Z. .. 



San Rafael 

Herzog, S. K. .. 
Lichtenstein, B. 

Santa Rosa 



H.. 



10.00 

5.00 

25.00 



10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
10.00 
10.00 
25.00 
10.00 



5.00 



5.00 
lO.OO 



Rosenberg, M., & 
Son 



Haas, Benj. L 10.00 

Haas, W. P 5.00 

Hartman, A. & S. .. 10.00 

Hartman, Eman. M., 10.00 

Hartman, Gustave . . 10.00 

Herrup, L 5.00 

Hollander Bros lO.Ou 

Hutter, A 2.00 

Kaplan, David 5.00 

Kashmann, Ben 10.00 

Kashmann, Isaac ... 2.00 
Kashmann, Sey- 
mour S 5.00 

Katten, A. & Son.. 2.00 

Knoek, L. S., & Co., 5.00 

Lyon, Bernhard 5.00 

Lyon, Felix 5.00 

Margolis, W 5.00 

Marks, M. F 10.00 

Mayer, Jerome 2.00 

Myers & Gross 10.00 

Newfield, E 1.00 

Olds & Whipple .... 10.00 

Rapaport, B 5.00 

Rich, Harry 10.00 

Rome, Louis H 2.00 

Rundbaken, John .. 2.00 

Salad, S 2.00 

Schwartz, Geo. B. .. 2.00 

Silver Bros 2.00 

Title & Rich 3.00 

Wise, Isidore 25.00 



Stockton 

Arndt, M. 
Levy, M. 



Bro. 



Meriden 
lo!oo Bush, Alex. 



5.00 



COLORADO 

Colorado Springs 

Kaufman, B. S... 

Lorig, Marx 

Newman, Albert .. 



5.00 
2.50 
5.00 



Denver 

Bitterman, Simon . . 10.00 

Cohen, Saml 5.00 

Feldman, B 1.00 

Frumess, H. H 1.00 

Goldsmith, Herman.. 5.00 

Kleiner, Mrs. M. .. 1.00 

Krohn, H. N 1.00 

Mayer, Leopold 5.00 

Neusteter, Meyer .. 10.00 

Shere. O. M 3.00 

Spivak, Dr. CD. .. 2.00 

Pueblo 

Bernheimer, S. 



CONNECTICUT 



3.00 



Bridgeport 




Klein, J. B 


5.00 


Hartford 




Aishberg, Edwin ... 


5.00 


Cohen, Josephine B., 


, S.OO 


Eisner, Solomon 


5.00 


Fassler, S. A 


10.00 


Feinberg Brothers . . 


10.00 


Fox, J. L 


10.00 


Goldberg, A. D 


5.00 


Goldenblum, H. R... 


2.00 


Goldschmidt, L. S... 


10.00 


Greenberg, Leon ... 


S.OO 


*Life Member. 




**Deceased Life Member. 



New Haven 

Adler, F. M 5.00 

Barman, Barnett ... 1.00 

Anonymous S.OO 

Council Jewish Wo- 
men 10.00 

Freedman, Isidor . . . 10.00 

Gompertz, Mrs. T. M., S.OO 

Heller, Louis C. ... S.OO 

Herrman, Sig 1.00 

Hoffman & Hoffman, 2.00 

Johnson, J. & Sons, 10.00 

Kafka, A. & Co. ... 5.00 

Kaufman, Isaac 1.00 

Kleiner, Charles ... 5.00 

Lander, Abraham . . 3.00 

Levin, 1 1.00 

Linsky, Benj 3.00 

Mann, M., & Bro... 5.00 

Mendel, Adolph 10.00 

Muhlfelder, S 5.00 

Nathanson & 

Podoloff 2.00 

Newman, Jacob J. .. 25.00 

Osterweis, Gustave.. 25.00 

Persky. Robert 2.00 

Raphael, Dan. H. .. 1.00 

Rosenberg, L. L. . . 5.00 

Rubin, J. H 3.00 

Sagal, L. M S.OO 

Saltser Bros 1.00 

Schoenberger, E. & 

Sons 5.00 

Shoninger, S. B 10.00 

Stillman, B 1.00 

: Sugenheimer & Sons, 2.00 

Ullman, Isaac M. ... 100.00 

Ullman, Jos. H 5.00 

Ullman, Louis M. .. 10.00 
United Smelting & 

Aluminum Co 50.00 

Witz, Samuel 2.00 

Zionts, C. B 1.00 

Zunder, Albert 5.00 



Stamford 

Stokes, Rose Pastor, 5.00 

Waterbury 

Winestine, Isaac ... 55.00 

DELAWARE 
Seaford 

Greenabaum, E S.OO 

Van Leer, Charles .. S.OO 

Wilmington 

Faber, Jacob 5.00 

Levy, Morris 5.00 

Moses Montefiore 

Beneficial Society, S.OO 

Wilson, James H. .. 10.00 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 
Washington 

Behrend, Amnon S.OO 

Behrend, Rudolph B., 5.00 

Behrends, Melvin . . 20.00 
•Berliner, Emile. 

Blumenfeld, Mrs. M., S.OO 

Cohen, Mrs. Edw'd, 10.00 

Cohen, Max S.OO 

Gichner, F. S 5.00 

Goldenberg, M 100.00 

Hahn, Harry W. ... S.OO 

Hahn & Co., Wm. .. 5.00 

Hecht, Alex 20.00 

Heilprin, G. F 10.00 

Hopfenmaier, Mrs. 

Lewis 25.00 

Horn, N. & Son S.OO 

Kann, Sigmund 5.00 

Kaufman, Dr. H. M., 1.00 

Lansbergh, James .. S.OO 

Lauchheimer, C. H., S.OO 

Lubin, David 10.00 

Luchs, Jos 2.0C 

Luchs, Leopold S.OO 

Lyon, Simon S.OO 

Oppenheimer, Gus . . 5.00 

Peyser, J. I S.OO 

Rich, M. M 3.00 

Salamon, B 2.00 

Simon, Louis 25.00 

Sondheimer, J S.OO 

Wallerstein, Mrs. G., 1.00 
Washington Hebrew 

Congregation 5.00 

Weser, Fanny B. . . . 5.00 

Wolf, H.. S 2.00 



FLORIDA 

Jacksonville 

Cohen, J. E 5.00 

Einstein, Robert . . . 1.00 

Feldman, M 1.00 

Finkelstein, Neal ... 2.00 

Frank, M. 1.00 

Hirschberg, Julius.. 10.00 

Joel, Judah 1.00 

Toel, L. D 1.00 

Levy, B. S 1.00 

Moscovitz, D 1.00 

Moskowitz, J 2.00 

Ossinsky, M 1.00 

Rubin and Hirsh . . . 2.00 

Strausburger, V 2.00 

Trace, M 1.00 

Turetzky, M 1.00- 



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Ocala 

Goldman, B 1.00 

Israelson, Max 1-00 

Malever, J 1.00 

Rheinauer, C 1.00 

Orlando 

Benedict, Henry 5.00 

Berman, N 1.00 

Hirsh, H 1.00 

Kanner, H 1.00 

Philips, Dr. P 5.00 

Palatka 

Brown, M. S i.OO 

Fruchtman Bros. . . . 1.00 

Jacobson, L 1.00 

Tampa 

Baker, M 1.00 

Becker, 1 1.00 

Blumberg Bros 1.00 

Buchsbaum, R 1.00 

■ Cohen, M. Henry .. 2.00 

Cracowauer, Dan'l.. 1.00 

Falk, M 2.00 

Falk, 3.00 

Fleishman, J 2.00 

Grahn, P 1.00 

Herzenberg, Henry.. 2.00 

Kasriel, E SO 

Kirchick, S. L 1.00 

Maas, Abe 10.00 

Maas, Isaac 10.00 

Maas, J 2.50 

Ressler, M 1.00 

Rosenblatt, N 5.00 

Wohl, L 50 

Wolf Brothers 5.00 

West Tampa 

Katz, M 1.00 

Weisberg, Chas. ... 1.00 

Ybor City 

Egel, Rubin 1.00 

Herschcowitz, S. . . 1.00 

Katz, Adolph 1.00 

Schein, M 1.00 

Silverman, 1 1.00 

Steinberg, Oscar .... 1.00 



GEORGIA 

Alban> 

Brown, S. B 10.00 

Cohn Bros 2.00 

Davis, Edward J. .. 2.00 

Ehrlich, J 1.00 

Farkas, Leonard . . . 1.00 

Gartatowsky, A. C., 1.50 

Gartatowsky, H. ... 2.00 

Hofmayer, L. J 5.00 

Landau, Dr. E. A. . . 1.00 

Mako£E, Sam 1.00 

Marks, Estate of 

Samuel 2.00 

Mayer, J 2.00 

Prisant Bros 1.00 

Robinson, C. D l.Oo 

Simon, S. K 2.00 

Atlanta 

Bach, N 1.00 

Bauer, Henry 2.00 

Clein, B. B 1.00 

Clein, W 1.00 

Eiseman, Jacob 5.00 

Eplan, L 2.00 

Freitag, Simon 1.00 



Greenblatt, S. R. .. 1.00 

Haas, Leopold, Jr. .. 3.00 

Heiman, J i.OO 

Heyman, Arthur 5.0O 

Hirsh, Mrs. Joseph.. 10.00 

Hirshberg Co 5.00 

Jacobs, J 1.00 

Kaiser, Nat 5.00 

Koplin, K 5.00 

Kutz, Max, Co 10.00 

Liebman, M. H 5.00 

Mayer, Albert E. ... 5.00 

Montag, Sig 10.00 

Regenstein, Louis .. 2.00 

Rosenbaum, Clemmie, 1.00 

Saul, J 2.00 

Schaul, Henry 2.00 

Selig, S. S., Jr 5.00 

Sonn, R. A 5.00 

Straus, Mrs. Mose .. 2.0O 

Strauss, D. H 5.00 

Strauss, O. R 2.00 

Trounstine, L. J. . . 5.00 

Zaban, D 1.00 

Zacharias, S. D 5.00 



Columbus 

Arenowitch, 1 2.50 

Cohn, Ed 1.00 

Frank, A. and S. . . . 2.00 

Friedman, L 1.00 

Goldstein, A. A. ... 1.00 

Greentree, D 2.00 

Haskell, Phillip ... 1.00 

Hecht Brothers 2.00 

Julius, M 1.00 

Kaufman, S. and 

S. M 2.00 

Loeb Co., Sol S.OO 

Loewenherz Bros. . . 2.50 

Rothschild, B 1.00 

Rothschild, David .. 2.00 

Rothschild, H 2.00 

Saul, 1 1.00 

Seligman, J 1.00 

Sternberg, H 1.00 

Straus, A S.OO 

Wasserman and 

Guinsberg 1.00 

Wolfson, W 1.00 

EastnuB 

Hemnan. Mrs. J. D., 5.00 

La Grange 

Augustine, Abe 2.00 

Augustine, S SO 

Bremson, Thos. L. .. 1.00 

Delancy, J 1.00 

Ginsburg, A 2.00 

Goldman, E 1.00 

Goldstein, Mrs. 

Pauline 2.00 

Goldstine, M 3.00 

Sugarman, 1 1.00 

Toder, B 1.00 

Yalowitz, Dave l.SO 

Macon 

Arenson, J I.OO 

Bacher, Sam 50 

Backer, Jacob 1.00 

Bernd, G 3.00 

Bloch, Michel 1.00 

Goldman, Mrs. L. .. 1.00 

Goldgar, B 1.00 

Gordon, H 1.00 

Guthman, Sam 1.00 

Happ Bros. Co 3.00 

Harris, Henry l.CO 



Hirsh, Jacob 2.00 

Jacobavitz, Jacob ... 1.00 

Kaplan, H. D 1.00 

Kessler, H 50 

Kohn, Henry 1.00 

Lazarus, T 1.00 

Lazarus, Max 1.00 

Maas, J 1.00 

Mayer, Sam. 1.00 

Popper, S 3.00 

Schear, L. R 1.00 

Turner, J'acob 1.00 

Ulman, E 3.00 

Wachtel, Dave 1.00 

Waxelbaum, G. J. . . 1.00 

Wolf, M 1.00 

Sandersville 

Cohen, Louis S.OO 

Savannali 

Aarons, Max 1.00 

Adler. Sam 10.00 

Bluestein, L 5.00 

Deich, Max 1.00 

Epstein, E. S 5.00 

Feinberg, R. H. ... 1.00 

Fisher, L 1.00 

Frank, Edwin M. .. 5.00 

Frank, Leo 2.00 

Harris, Lester 2.50 

Hirsch, B 1.00 

Karpf, B 2.00 

Levin, A 2.00 

Marcus, H 1.00 

Marcus, William . . 2.00 

Meinhard, H. S 5.00 

Mohr, Amson 5.00 

Prager, I. M 2.00 

Rabkan, J 1.00 

Ranzin, A 3.00 

Richman, Max 1.00 

Rubenstein, Dave .. 1.00 

Schwab, I. M 5.00 

Slifkin. B I.OO 

Solomons, J. A S.OO 

Sutker, Alex 1.00 

Sutker, J 1.00 

Weitz, L., Jr 1.00 

Wilensky, W 1.00 

Wolf, Louis 1.00 

Thomasville 

Donday, T 50 

Feinberg, H 1.00 

Feinberg, W 3.00 

Levit, 1 50 

Rosalio, A ._..:.. .50 

Steyarman, Louis . . 2.00 

Zager, S SO 

Valdosta 

Abraham, N SO 

Bono, J 1.00 

Fisher, I. J 1.00 

Golivesky, N i.OO 

Handelman, M 1.00 

Lazarus. H l.OCi 

Levin, H SO 

Marks, Joseph 1.00 

Rosenberg, Max 1.00 

West Point 

Cohen Brothers 1.00 

Hagedorn, John and 

May 2.50 

Hagedorn, Phillip .. 5.00 

Herzfeld, Samuel ... 1.00 

Heyman, Lee 5.00 

Stein, Lee 1.00 



*Life' Member. 
•*Deceased Life Member. 



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55 



IDAHO 



Boise City 

Ladies' Judith Mon- 
tefiore Society .... 



S.OO 



ILLINOIS 
Atheni 

Salzenstein, C. S. ... S.OO 
Bloomlngton 

Club of Ladies 25.00 

Cohen, William .... 2.00 

Griesheim, & Sons, S.OO 

Heldman, S 3.00 

Livingston, Abe .... 2.00 
Livingston & Sons, 

A. S.OO 

Livingston, Harry .. 3.00 

Livingston, M. & Co., 5.00 

Mandel, O S.OO 

Ochs, Herman S. ... 5.00 

Schwarzman, A 3.00 

Tick, Morris, & Co., 2.00 

Cairo 

Solomon, Joe ....... S.OO 

Champaign 

Kaufman, J. M S.OO 

•Kuhn, Caroline L. 
•Kuhn, Florence L. 

Chicago 

Aaron, Mrs. B 10.00 

Adler, Mrs. D. K. . . 5.00 

Alschuler, Alfred S., 5.00 

Alschuler, Samuel .. 10.00 

Austrian, Edwin ... 10.00 
•Bauman, Mrs. Edw. 
Baumgarden, Mrs. 

Rosa 10.00 

Becker Bros. & Co., S.OO 

Becker, A. G 25.00 

Becker, A. G., & Co., 25.00 

Becker, Benj. V. ... 10.00 

Becker, S. M 5.00 

Beifeld, Ernest 5.00 

Belson, David 5.00 

Binswanger, Aug. .. 10.00 

Binswanger, Jacob . . 20.00 

Birkenstein, Al 10.00 

Birkenstein, Harry.. 10.00 

Birkenstein, Louis.. 25.00 

Block, E. J 10.00 

•Block, Joseph. 

Block, L. E 10.00 

Block, P. D 10.00 

Born, Edgar R 5.00 

Bora, M., & Co 10.00 

Borovik, Geo. S 25.00 

Burger, Anton 5.00 

Cohen, B., & Sons... 10.00 

Cohen, J 3.00 

Cohn, Chas 5.00 

Conn, Max 5.00 

Davis, Abel 10.00 

Davis, Dr. H. 1 5.00 

Davis, James A 5.00 

Eisenstaedt, Mrs. 

Sarah 20.00 

Eliel, H. J 10.00 

Engelhard. B. M.... 5.00 

Englander. M 10.00 

*Epstein, Max. 

Finn, Joseph M 20.00 

Florsheim, Simon . . 10.00 
Foreman, Mrs. Ed- 
win G 10.00 



Foreman, Oscar G... 10.00 

•Frank, Henry L. 
Frank. Henry L. ...1000.00 

Freis, Roy 15.00 

•Freund, Gustave. 

Gatzert, August 10.00 

Gimbel, Charles A., 10.00 

Glick, L 5.00 

Greenebaum, Elias . . lO.OO 

Greenebaum, H. N., 5.00 

•Greenebaum, Moses E. 

Grosfeld, S. E 5.00 

Grossman, I. A 5.00 

Haas, M 5.00 

Harris, Mrs. S. H. .. 5.00 

Hart, David M. ... 2.00 

Hart, Mrs. Harry ... 10.00 

Hartman, Jos. S. ... 10.00 

Heiman, Marcus .... 10.00 

Herst, Frank 5.00 

Horner, Joseph S.OO 

Hyman, Mrs. D. A., 5.00 

Hyman, Jos 10.00 

Isaiah Temple 10.00 

•Joseph, L. 

Kahn, Jules R 25.00 

Kanter, I S.OO 

Keller, Louis P. ... 15.00 

Keller, Baby Ruth.. S.OO 

Kirchberger, Rich. S., 10.00 

Kirchberger, W. A., 10.00 

Klee, Max 20.00 

Klee, Simon 10.00 

Klein, Henry A. . . . 10.00 

Kohn, Simon A 5.00 

Kraus, Adolf 20.00 

Komaiko, S. B 5.00 

Kronthal, Benj 10.00 

Liebman, A. J 5.00 

Linick, Adolph S.OO 

Lipson, Isaac B 5.00 

Loeb, Jacob M 25.00 

Loeb, Mrs. Jacob M., 5.00 

Loewenthal, B 10.00 

Loewenthal, Julius.. 20.00 

•Mandel. Edwin F. 

•Mandel. Mrs. Eman. 
••Mandel, Leon. 

Mandl, Sidney lO.OO 

Marks, Mrs. I. L. .. 25.00 

Meyer, Abraham W., 25.00 

Meyer, Alfred C. ... 10.00 

Meyer, E. F 10.00 

Michaels, Joseph ... 25.00 

Miller, A 10.00 

Millhauser, Mrs. 

Minnie 5.00 

Moos, J. B 10.00 

Newman & Gach ... 5.00 

Ottenheimer, D. M., 10.00 

Pfaelzer, Mrs. D. M., 5.00 

•PhilHpson, Samuel. 

Pick, Richard 10.00 

Piatt, Hanna K 5.00 

Rcgensburg, Henry.. 5^ 

•Reitler, Chas. 

Richter, Simon 5.00 

Rieser, Herman 5.00 

Rosenbaum Bros. . . . 25.00 

Rosenblum, Frank . . 5.00 

Rosenficld, J. A. ... 10.00 

Rosenthal, James ... 5.00 

*Rosenthal, Lessing. 

Rosenwald, M. S. .. 10.00 

Rubovits, Toby S.OO 

Schaffner, Jos 10.00 

Schanfarber, Rev. 

Dr. Tobias S.OO 

Schiff, Benj. J 25.00 

Schmaltz, Jos. H.... 10.00 

Schnadig, Jacob 10.00 

Seelenfreund, A. B., S.OO 

Silberman, Adolph... 25.00 

Silberman, F 10.00 



Sommer, Chas 10.00 

Speyer, Mrs. Etta M., 5.00 

Spiesberger, H. T. .. S.OO 

Spiro Samuel S.OO 

Stein, Adolph 10.00 

Stein, Albert 5.00 

Stein, Ignatz 10.00 

Stein, Philip 10.00 

Stern, Max S.OO 

•Stettauer, Mrs. D. 

Stolz, Rev. Dr. Jos., S.OO 

Straus, Leo 10.00 

Straus, Meyer L. ... 10.00 

Straus, S. J. T 25.00 

Taussig, M 10.00 

Thorsch, Victor 5.00 

Turner, A S.OO 

Weil, Benj 10.00 

Weil, E 5.00 

Weil, 1 10.00 

Weiss, S. H 10.00 

Witkowsky, J 5.00 

Woolf, Alfred E. ... 10.00 

Woolf, Morris 10.00 



Danville 

Straus & Louis Co., 

Galesbtirg 
Jewish Aid Society, 

Mollne 

Rosenstein, Louis... 
Sklovsky, Max .... 



5.00 



S.OO 



2.50 
2.00 



Peoria 

Bennett, C. M 10.00 

Bloom, J 5.00 

Braverman, A 3.00 

Chic Mfg. Co 5.00 

Cinofsky, W. .- 2.00 

Field, J. W 5.00 

Goldstein, H. M S.OO 

Gumbiner, M. G. ... 5.00 

Kahn, Mrs. Rosa... 10.00 
Lehmann, & Co., 

Arthur 20.00 

Levinson, I. J 5.00 

Linn, John 5.00 

Nathan, Chas 5.00 

Newman, M. G 10.00 

Oppenheim, N. B. .. 5.00 

Oppenheim, L. S. .. 10.00 
Salzenstein, S. C. & 

A. C 5.00 

Schradski, A., Co.... 10.00 

Schwabacher, L. H., 10.00 

Strause, E. A 5.00 

. Strauss, Herman ... 20.00 

Strauss, M 2.00 

.Szold, Jacob, Sr 25.00 

Szold, Joseph 5.00 

Wachenheimer, J. . . 5.00 

Weisser, William .. 3.0O 

Wolfner, Wm. F. ... 10.00 

Woolner, Adolph, Jr., 25.00 

Woolner, E. S 10.00 

•Woolner, Mrs. Mir- 
iam S. 

•Woolner, Seymour 

A. 

Woolner, S. & A. .. 50.00 

•Woolner, W. B. 

•Woolner, Mrs. W. B. 



Quincy 
Reib, J. J. 



S.OO 



'Life Member. 
*Deceased Life Member. 



56 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Rochelle 

•Hilb, Emanuel. 

Rock Island 

Brady, Chas. S 

Brady, Dave ■.. 

Greenblatt, M 

Hill, J 

Lewis, Siiiiuii 

Livingston, L 

Morris & Lewis 

Mosenfelder, Mrs. 

A 

Mosenielder, Mr. 

and Mrs. Louis... 
•Mosenfelder, Mrs. 

Louis. 
Sosna, M 



INDIANA 
Angola 
Stiefel, Mrs. L. C. 

Attica 
Levor, Victor 



Columbia City 

Mier, Mrs. Sam 

Ladies' Hebrew Be- 
nevolent Society... 

EvansvlUe 
Berman, I 

Bernstein, D. S 

Bitterman, A 

Bitterman, Theodore, 
Brentano, August... 

Dejong, Max 

Eichel, Dr. S. J. ... 

Fine, K 

Gans & Co., I 

Goldberg, A. F 

Goldman, M 

Greenberg, M. B. . . 

Haas, R 

Hammer, Sol 

Hebrew Ladies 

Benevolent Sec. . . . 
Heimann, Abraham, 

Horn, E 

Ichenhauser Co 

Kahn, N. M 

Kahn's, S., Sons 

Klyman Bros 

Kronenberger, Mrs. 

D 

Levy, Henry 

Loewenthal, Harry . 
Mannheimer, Harry.. 

Mannheimer, M 

Mannheimer. Iv. 

Newman, E. J 

Paul. Ben 

Ravdin, Dr. M 

Salm Bros 

Salm, Joe 

Schear, L 

Shevitz, Mike 

Stern, M. J 

Strouse. Abe 

Trockman, J., & Sons, 
Washington Ave., 

Temple Sisterhood. 
Weil, A. M., & Bro.. 

Weil, Jacob L 

Wolf, Julius and 

Karl 

Wolf, Nathan 

Fort Wayne 

Ackerman, Abe 



5.00 
2.50 
b.uu 
5.00 
5.UU 
2.00 
5.00 

5.00 

25.00 



3.00 



3.00 
3.50 



5.00 
S.OO 



2.00 
3.00 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
2.00 
2.00 
5.00 
5.00 
2.00 
2.0O 
3.00 
3.00 

25.0C- 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
2.00 
5.00 
5.00 

2.00 
S.OO 
5.011 
1.00 
5.00 
10.00 

i.od 

2.00 
5.00 
5.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
3.0O 
10.00 
3.00 

10.00 
5.C0 
2.00 

5.00 
l.CO 



Federation of Jew- 
ish Charities 100.00 

Freiburger, Leopold. 35.00 
Ladies Hebrew Be- 
nevolent Society.. 10.00 

Gary 
Winter, M. M b.UO 



Goshen 

Salinger, Nathan 

Hamilton 

Wolf, G 

Hammond 

Wolf, Leo 



Huntingdon 
Lauferty, D. E. 



5.00 

5.00 
10.00 

10.00 



Indianapolis 

Borinstein, L. J. ... 15.00 
Federated Jewish 

Charities 300.00 

Messing, Rabbi 

Mayer 2.00 

*Schwartz, Martin. 
Sommers, Chas. B. . . 5.00 



Kendallville 
Keller, L. J. 



S.OO 



Kokomo 
Levi, J. S 

La Fayette 

Goodman, H 

Jewish Ladies' Aid 

Society 

Loeb, J. Louis 

Ligonier 
Hebrew Ladies' Be- 
nevolent Society.. 

Henoch, Sol 

Jacobs, Eli 


S.OO 

2,00 

5.00 
S.OO 

10.00 
10.00 
S.OO 


Jacobs, Irvin 


5.00 
1.00 


Jacobs, Meyer 


5.00 
5 CO 


Mier State Bank ... 

Selig, D. & M 

Selig, Joseph 

*Straus, I. D. 
**Straus, Jacob. 

Straus, Simon J 

Wertheimer, L. & A., 


25.UU 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 



Mt. Vernon 

Mt. Vernon Temple 

Sisterhood 2.50 

Madison 



Congregation Adath 
Israel 

Sulzer, Louis 



5.00 
5.00 



Muncie 
Hene, M S.OO 

Portland 
Weiler, Morris 5.00 

South Bend 



Bing, Mrs. Jos 10.00 

25.00 Burke, J 2.00 



Ciralsky, A 3.C0 

i-rank, A 10.00 

Frankel, M. J 1.00 

Freudenstein, Mrs. 

Esther 5.00 

Lemontree, II 2.00 

Livingston, Abe .... 2.00 

Moore, Leo 5.00 

Sax, Fred 1.00 

Seeberger, Julius ... 5.00 

Spiro, Sam 10.00 

Summitsville 

Warner, Children of 

Anna 15.00 

Warner, Miss Wil- 

helmina 5.C0 

Terre Haute 

Arnold, Mrs. A. ... 3.00 

Blumberg, Benj 1.00 

Blumberg, Max 10.00 

Central Scrap Ma- 
terial Co 1.00 

Cohen, Harry 2.00 

Feibelman, E 2.00 

Finkelstein, J. R. .. 5.00 

Frank, Mrs. Augusta, 4.00 
Frank, Samuel, & 

Sons 10.00 

Goldberg, Ben i.Uu 

Goldstein, S. J 2.00 

Greenberg, Sam 5.00 

Grossman Bros 1.00 

Hebrew Ladies' Aid 

Society 15.00 

Herz, A 10.00 

Kohn Bros 2.50 

Less, Maurice S.OO 

*Levi, Simon. 

Levin Bros 10.00 

Lew N. E 5.00 

Petersdorf, Sig 3.UU 

Rubin, Nathan M... 3.00 

Schultz & Smith .... 2.00 

Schwartz, H 1.00 

Seligsberger, Mrs. 

L. M 2.00 

Silberman. Louis ... 5.00 

Smith, J. B 1.00 

Thorman. Mrs. Judy, 2.00 

Wabash 

Hyman, Louis L 5.00 



IOWA 

Cedar Rapids 

Smulekoff, H 5.00 

Solomon, Oscar 5.00 

Charles City 

Hecht, Jos 10.00 

Davenport 

Adler, E. P 10.00 

Deutsch, H. S l.CO 

Deutsch, Jos. 5.00 

Landauer, Moritz .. 5.00 

Moritz, Simon 5.00 

Moritz. Sol 5.00 

Petersberg, A. F. ... S.OO 

Petersberger, Isaac. 5.00 

Raphael. Albert .... 5.00 

Ringel, Oscar 2.00 



"Life Member. 
'Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



57 



Rosenthal, Max ... 
Simon, L 

Waxcnbfiij, Abe ... 

Decorah 
Bear, Ben 



5.00 Lexington 

5.110 Federation of Jewish 

2-50 Charities 



5.00 



Des Moines 

United Jewish 
Philanthropies 

Dubuque 

**Slinimer, A. 

Elma 
Zeiner, Jacob .. 



250.( 



Keokuk 
Weil, J. B 

Oskaloosa 

Rosenblatt, Aaron .. 



5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



Sioux City 
Davidson Bros. Co.. 25.00 
Jewish Ladies' Aid 

Society 10.00 

"Wise, Mrs. Chas. 

KANSAS 



Louisville 

Bernheim, B 

Bernheim, t'rank U.. 

Bernheim, I. W 

Blum, S 

Brooks, Mrs. Alane, 
Council Jewish Wo- 
men 

Ehrmann, Hilmar . . 

Flarsheim, A. B 

Grabf elder, Mose ... 
Hirsch, Mrs. David, 

Hyman, Jacob 

Jacoby, Zach 

is.auf man, Henry . . . 

Levy, Sol 

Liebman, H. R 

Rauch, Rabbi Jos. . . 

Sabel, M., Sons 

Sachs, Edward 

Selligman, Alfred ... 

Sloss, Stanley E 

Straus, Benj 

Straus, Dr. E. C. .. 
Straus, E. E 

MaysTllIe 

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



Leavenworth 

Ettenson, Mrs. Hry., 
Woolfe, B. B 

McPherson 

Strouse & Son, J... 

Ogden 

Weichselbaum, Sam., 



Sallna 

Stiefel, Moses 
Stiefel, Mrs. S. 



Wichita 

Hess, A. 



5.00 
5.00 



5.00 

s.co 



5.00 
5.00 



5.00 



KENTUCKY 



Bowling Green 




Cristal, Saml 


5.00 


Nahm, Fred 


5.00 


Nahm, Mrs. Saml 


5.00 


Danville 




Lyons, Samuel 


10.00 


Lyons, Sam. & Hry., 


5.00 


Henderson 




Bernstein, Benj 


1.00 


Cohen, Joseph 


2.00 


Franklin, Max 


1.00 


Fuchs, Harry 


1.00 


Goldblatt, Abe 


1.00 


Heilbronner, M. ... 


1.00 


Hymson, H. M 


2.00 


Levy, L. and H. ... 


2.00 


Levy, M. M 


1.00 


Lieber, Albert 


1.00 


Loeb, J 


1.00 


Mann, Aaron 


2.50 


Maver, Alex 


1.00 


Mayer, Mrs. S. B. .. 


1.00 


Milner, J 


1.00 


Simon, Jake 


1.00 



60.00 



65.00 

lU.UU 

50.00 
5.00 
b.uu 

5.00 
5.0O 

lo.uu 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.UU 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
2.00 
5.00 



5.00 
5.00 



Alexandria 

Kaufman, I. J 2.00 

Mann, Dan E 5.00 

Posner & Fried .... 5.00 

Pressburg, H. H. .. 1.00 
Rothstein, Rabbi L. 

J S.OO 

Simon, A. E 10.00 

Simon, H. L 5.00 

Simon, Mr. and Mrs. 

Harry L 5.00 

Simon, S 5.00 



Donaldsonville 

Netter, Adolphe 

Lafayette 

Abramson, N. .., 



5.00 



2.00 



5.00 



Owensboro 
Baer, L. D 

Dahl, Phillip 

Hirsch, Col. A 

Levy, T. J 

Rosenfeld, Mrs. A... 
Rosenfeld, Mrs. 

Silas 

Salinger, B 

**Shortell. J. D. 
Wittelsho'fer, G. J. .. 

Paducah 

Adis, I 

Bright Brothers 

Frank, L 

Friedman, Herman .. 

Herwitz, H 

Junior Workers of 

Temple Sisterhood, 

Keiler, John M 

Klein, Mrs. Anni^ . . 
Levinger, Rabbi 

Lee J 

Livingston, M., & 

Co 

Loenthal, H. J 

Lookofsky, Ben. . . . 

Marcoffsky, A 

Michael & Bro.. M., 

Rosenfeld, S 

Simon, Mrs. Mose . . 
Steinfeld, Dr. M. .. 

LTUman, Albert- 

Victor, B 

Waldman, M 

Wallerstein, H. & J., 
Weil, Jesse 

Shelbyville 

Samuel, Leopold . . . 

LOUISIANA 

Abbeville 
Sokoloski, L 



2.00 
5.00 

lU.uu 
5.0O 

10.00 

25.00 
1.00 

1.00 



Monroe 
Titche, Chas. ... 

New Orleans 

Blumenthal, Geo. ... 10.00 
Gumbel, Henry E. .. 100.00 
Jewish Charitable & 

Educational Fed 479.00 

Kohn, Joseph "; 5.00 

*Newman, Mrs. Henry. 
**Newman, Isidore. 
Pokorny, Mrs. Dave. lOlOO 
Strauss, Harry N... 5.00 

St. Francisville 

Teutsch, R 2.50 

St. Rose 

Levy, A S.OO 

Shreveport 

Bernstein, E. R 20.00 

Federated Jewish 
Charities 10.00 



l.CO 
3.00 
1.00 
15.00 
2.00 

5.00 

10.00 

1.00 

S.OO 

5.00 
1.00 

1.00 
1.00 
10.00 
1.00 
S.OO 
2.00 
2.00 
1.00 
1.00 
S.OO 
S.OO 



5.00 



10.00 



MARYLAND 

Baltimore 

Adler, Simon C S.OO 

Adler, Mrs. S. J. ... 1.00 

Ash, Mrs. Harriet K., 5.00 

Baer, Gus 1.00 

Benesch, Wm. M. .. 10.00 
Bernheimer, Ferdi- 
nand 10.00 

Burgunder, Mrs. H., 10.00 

Burk, Fried & Co... 5.00 

Castelberg. Henry .. 10.00 

Castelberg, Jos 25.00 

Cohen-Adler Shoe Co. 10.00 

Cohen, Miss Bertha, S.on 

Cohen, B. E S.OO 

Cohen, I. Son 5.00 

**Cohen, Mendes. 

Cone, Dr. Sidney M., 5.00 

Cone, Dr. Clanbel.. 5.00 

Cone, Frederic W 5.0*^ 

Davidson, Isaac S.OO 

Dealham, Sam 5.00 

Deiches, Wm 5.00 

Eisenberg, Abraham, 10.00 

Engel, Jacob 10.00 

Epstein, Jacob 25.00 

Fader, A S.OO 

Fox, Robert 2.00 

Frank, Solomon 10.00 

*Friedenwald, Hiram 
W. 



*Life Member. 
*Deceased Life Memb*- 



58 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Cans, Charles S.OO 

Goldenberg, Julius.. 20.00 
•Goldenberg, Julius 

M 

Goldenberg, Levi . . • 10.00 

Goldenberg, Mrs. M.. 10.00 

Goldschmid, Mrs. R., 5.00 
Goldsmith, J. S. & 

Bro 10-00 

Gomprecht & 

Benesch ,^.00 

Gottschalk, Jos. .... lU.UO 

Gottschalk, Levi .... 10.00 

Greenbaum, Daniel.. 5.00 

Greenbaum, Leon E., 10.00 
Greenbaum, Milton 

J) lU.UU 

Greif,"David L 5.00 

Greif, Leonard 5.00 

Greif, Simon 3-00 

Halle, Isaac 5.00 

Halle, Meyer S. .... 5.00 

Halle, Moses 5.0O 

Hamburger, Manes 

T 5.0U 

Hanline'sVos. ...... 10.00 

Hecht, Mrs. Alb. S., 5.00 

Hecht, Emanuel .... ^5.00 

Hecht, Mrs. L. A. .. 25.00 

Hecht, N. 1 10.00 

Heller, Mrs. Florence 

Simon ^-00 

Hochschild, Max ... 10.00 

Hollander, M. ■•■••.•• f.OO 

Hutzler, Mrs. David, 5.00 

Hutzler, L D 5.00 

Katz, A. R 10.00 

Katz, Meier 5.00 

Katz, Mrs. Zadock.. 5.00 
*Kaufman, Henriette. 
Kaufmann, Louis, & 

Sons ,.. 5-00 

Kemper, David 5.00 

Kerngood, Herman .. 10.00 
Koenigsberger, Mrs. 

Rosa 10.00 

Kohn, Benno 5.00 

Kohn, Louis B 5.00 

Kraus, Henry ...... 5.00 

Lauchheimer, S. H.. 5.00 

Lauer, Martin 5.00 

Lazarus, L 5.00 

Lazarus, Morton L., 5.00 

Lehman, Judah .... 5.00 

Leopold, Isaac 5.00 

Levinson, S LOO 

Levy, Alfred 10-00 

Levy, Julius 5.00 

Levy, Wm 10.00 

Macht, Ephraim 5.00 

Mandelbaum, S 10.00 

Mendels, Solomon .. 10.00 

Nathan, Milton 5.00 

Nusbaum. Max 10.00 

Oppenheim, Eli 10.00 

Oppenheim, I. M 5.00 

Ottenheimer, Jos. .. 5.00 

Rayner, Albert W. . 5.00 
••Rayner, Wm. S. 
•Reinhard, Saml. E. 

Rosenberg, Simon .. 5.00 

Rosenheim, H. & Son, 5.00 

Rosenthal, Samuel .. 10.00 

Rothholz Bros 5.00 

Rothholz, J 5.00 

Rothschild, M 5.00 

Rothschild,' S 10.00 

Samuels, Morton ... 25.00 

Schloss Bros. & Co., 15.00 

Seliger, Mrs. Leon.. 10.00 

Sonneborn, Henry .. 50.00 

Sonneborn, S. B 25.00 

•Life Member. 
**Deceased Life Member. 



Strauss, Emanuel . . 5.00 

Strauss, Manes 2.00 

Strauss, Meyer S.OO 

Strouse, Ben 10.00 

**Strouse, Isaac. 
Strouse, Mrs. Ma- 
thilda S.OO 

Strouse, M. I S.OO 

Thalheimer, Mr. and 

Mrs. Saml 10.00 

Ulman, Nathan 5.00 

Van Leer, Milton... 5.00 
Walter, Moses R.... 10.00 
Weinberg, Abrah. I., 10.00 
Weinberg, Mrs. Ce- 
cilia 5.00 

Weinberg, F 1.00 

Wertheimer Bros. ... S.LHJ 
Westheimer, Milton 

F 10.00 

Wiesenfeld, Jos 5.00 

Wyman, Maurice S.OO 

Cumberland 

Rosenbaum, Simon... 5.00 

Rosenbaum, Susman., 5.00 



MASSACHUSETTS 

Boston 

Agoos, L 10.00 

Agoos, S. L 5.00 

Baer, Louis 10.00 

, Brandt, C 5.00 

Broomfield, R 5.00 

Fox, Isidor S.OO 

Frank, Meyer 10.00 

Gold, Samuel 5.00 

Goodman, Mrs. Saml., 5.00 

*Hecht, Mrs. Lina. 

Hillson & Co., H. M., 5.00 

Hirshberg, A. S 10.00 

Joseph, A 5.00 

Kelley, Jas. E 3.00 

*Kirstein, Louis E. 

Koshland, A 5.00 

Koshland, J. ........ 5.00 

Levy, Ben 5.00 

*Mayer, Richard. 

Ratshesky, A. C. ... S.OO 

*Rawitzer, Fred. 

Rawitser, Wm 10.00 

Rosenbush, Al. A. . . 10.00 

Scheinfeldt, Solomon, 10.00 

Schooner, Jos. Y. .. S.OO 

Schwartz, H., & Co.. 5.00 

*5-"lTjman, A. 

Silverman, Samuel .. 2.00 

Brookline 

Amdur, N. W 5.00 

Andrews, Julius 5.00 

Kaffenburgh, Mrs. 

Isaac 5.00 

Salomon, Mrs. P. G., 3.00 

Chelsea 

Rosenberg Bros 1.00 

Salter, M., & Sons.. 2.00 

Dorchester 

Byer, Selik J S.OO 

Roxbury 

Van Noorden, E. . . . 100.00 
Springfield 

Isenberg & Co., H.. 10.00 

Waltham 

Bayard, Harris S.OO 



Worcester 
Grodberg & Hirsch. 



S.OO 



MICHIGAN 
Alma 

Pollasky, M 5.00 

Bay City 

Greenberg, K. 1.00 

Charlotte 

Vomberg, M 5.00 

Detroit 

Cohen, Sol. R S.OO 

Fechimer, H. M. ... 5.00 

Ginsburg, Bernard .. S.OO 

Goldberg, Isaac .... 10.00 

Goldman, A S.OO 

Goldstein, H. Jos. .. 10.00 
Goldstein, Mrs. H. 

K 10.00 

Heavenrich, Sam'l .. 5.00 

Helfman, Harry .... 5.00 

Horwitz, Harris 10.00 

Kahn, Mrs. Albert.. 10.00 

Krolik, Henry A. .. 10.00 

Levy, Chas 5.00 

Levy, Mrs. Wm. K., 5.00 
Marx, Mrs. Bertha 

I. ; 5.00 

Musliner, Louis S. .. 5.00 

Parish, Jos 2.00 

Peritz, 1 5.00 

Rosenfield, Monroe.. 5.00 

Rosenzweig, S. D. . . 5.00 

Rothman, E. M 5.00 

*Schloss, Seligman. 

Siegel, Benjamin ... 5.00 

Sloman, Eugene H., 10.00 

Wineman, Andrew .. 5.00 

Wineman, Henry ... 5.00 

Wineman, L 15.00 

Wolfe, N 5.00 

Giand Rapids 
United Jewish Wel- 
fare Society 35.00 

Kalamazoo 
Desenberg, Mrs. B. 

L : 10.00 

Lansing 

Gerson, Jos 10.00 

The Jewish Woman's 

Aid Society 5.00 

Norway 

Ruwitch, Mina 5.00 

Pontiac 

Heineman, S. E. ... 5.00 

Saginaw 

Heavenrich. Max ... S.Ol' 



MINNESOTA 

Austin 
Hirsh, Geo 

Chisholm 
Chisholm Dry Goods 

Co ■•.• 

El Queeno Cigar Co., 
Frisch, L. S 



10.00 



2.00 
2.00 
3.00 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



59 



Groman, S. B 50 

Peck, Morris 1.00 

People's Depart- 
ment Store 2.00 

Rubloff, S. W 1.00 

Sapero, S. & Sons.. 5.00 

Wain, Max 2.00 

Wain, Sam 1.00 



Abrahamson, W. M., 


2.00 


Bergstein, L 


2.0O 


Billstein, Wm 


5.00 


Casmir, Henry 


2.00 


Cook, Julius 


5.00 


Cook, Meyer J 


5.00 


Freimuth, I 


lU.OO 


Friedman, Ben 


5.00 


Garon Brothers 


3.00 




1.50 


Goldberg, Moses 


2.00 


Gordon & Mogelson, 


5.00 


Gross, Dr. S 


1.00 


Josephs, H. Y 


5.00 


Klein, G. A 


3.00 


Kriss & Rose 


3.00 


Labowitz F 


2.00 


Loeb, Louis S 


5.00 


Meyers, Chas. P 


5.00 


Oreckovsky, J 


5.00 


Oreckovsky, J 


1.00 


PoHnsky, A. H 


2.00 


Sattler, J. B 


500 


Selig, Leon J 


S.OO 


Sher B 


2.0O 


Siegel, Jacob D 


2.00 


Silberstein, B 


5.00 


Zalk, Louis 


3.00 


Zalk Max 


S.OO 


Zimmerman, I 


5.00 


Eveleth 




Ellis, S. & H 


2.00 


Gluckstein, Joe 


1.00 


Goldberg Bros 


1.00 


Karlinsky, M 


.50 


Levant, Harry 


1.00 


Masinter Brothers .. 


1.00 


Mesberg, Geo 


2.00 


Perlman. H 


1.00 


Rabinowitz, H 


1.00 


Shanedling, Isadore, 


1.00 


Shapiro, Max 


1.00 


Siegel, Sam 


1.00 


Hibbing 




Bloom, Hy 


3.00 


Bubley, Ed 


1.00 


Cohen, Mrs. S 


1.00 


Edelstein, B. H 


1.00 


Gusse, Rev. R 


1.00 


Hallock, Chas 


2.00 


Keller, Moritz 


2.00 


Levinson, S 


1.00 


Lippman, B. M 

MiUes, L. H 


3.00 


1.00 




3.00 


Osherman, M. E. ... 


3.00 


Rogalsky, M 


2.00 


Rosenberg Bros 


1.50 


Sachs, Louis 


1.00 


Woolfan, E. S 


1.00 


Minneapolis 




Adclsheim. E 


S.OO 


Bear, F. B 


. 2.50 


Bearman Bros 


. lO.OO 


Bearman Fruit Co.., 


5.00 



Blumenkranz, E. M., 2.50 

Brin, Arthur S.OO 

Cohen, M. L S.OO 

Cohen, M. S 5.00 

Conhaim, Louis S.OO 

Davis, H. J 5.00 

Davis, J. M 10.00 

Eisendrath, J. M 5.00 

Eisler, Adolph 15.00 

Fairfax Produce Co., 5.00 

Friedman, David 5.00 

Friedman, John lO.OO 

Goldberg, A. 3.00 

Goldberg, Max J. ... S.OO 

Green, H. H 5.00 

Greenberg, Wm 10.00 

Gross, A. M 5.00 

Gross Bros 10.00 

Gruenberg, A. M. .. 5.00 

Harpmann, J 5.00 

Hartman. J. H 5.00 

Heller, B S.OO 

Hillman and Stone.. 5.00 

Isaacs, M. M 2.0(j 

Jacobs, B 5.00 

"Kantor, N 5.00 

Katz Packing Co. ... 5.00 

Kayser & Co 5.00 

Kohen, Max A 5.00 

Kronick's 5.00 

Kurstin, M. A 3.00 

Landy, D 3.00 

Levin Bros S.OO 

Markus, J 2.0O 

Monasch Lithograph- 
ing Co 5.00 

Moss, Chas 5.00 

Resler Bros 5.00 

Ravinowitz, Max ... 1.00 

Robitshek, Geo 5.00 

Robitshet, I. H 5.00 

Robitshek, Jos S.OO 

Robitshek, Solomon.. S.OO 

Rubin, 1 10.00 

Schanfeld, T. H 2.00 

Schneider, B. N 5.00 

Schulman, 1 2.00 

Sharp, S 1.00 

Silberman, C. H 5.00 

Snattinger, M 10.00 

Stromberg, A., & Co., 5.00 

Stromberg, George . . S.OO 

Taussig, Sigmund. . . . 5.00 

Toretsky, A. 2.00 

Weil, Isaac, & Sons, 10.00 

Weiskopf, Henry ... S.OO 

Weisman, Wm S.OO 

Woolpy, J. H S.OO 



St. Paul 

Federation of Jew- 
ish Charities 



100.00 



Virginia 

Garon, J. H. .' 1.00 

Kenner, A 1.00 

Latz Bros 2.00 

Levin, B. D 1.00 

Lippman, Sam 2.00 

Mesberg, John 2.00 

Milavetz, Ben 1.00 

Milavetz, S 1.00 

Ostrow, Chas 1.00 

Roman, Joseph 2.50 

Shanedling, Julius .. 3.00 

Shanedling, Morris .. 1.00 

Simon & Schibel 3.00 

Walt, D 1.00 

Wilk, M. L 1.00 



MISSISSIPPI 

Brookhaven 
Cohn, Louis 10.00 

Columbus 

Isenberg Bros 2.00 

Kaufman Bros 2.00 

Lewinson, S 1.00 

Loeb, L 1.00 

Loeb (Simon) & Bro., 2.0o 

Rosenzweig, L 2.00 

Shapiro, L 1.50 

Corinth 

Brachstone, Sam. . . 2.00 

Buxbaum, Mrs. J. H., 1.00 

Green, A 2.00 

Kaufman, 1 1.00 

Mechlenburger, 

Mrs. M 1.00 

Rothschild, Mrs. 

Sig 5.00 

Warris, H 1.00 

Greenville 

Abrams, B. .-. 2.00 

Bergman, Howard .. 1.00 

Bergman, Louis 1.00 

Bergman, Morris 1.00 

Bloom, Sam 5.00 

Cohn, H 2.50 

Elkas, W. F 1.00 

Feiss, Sidney 1.00 

Fletcher, L 2.00 

Goldstein, M 1.00 

Goldstein, Nathan .. S.OO 

Hartman, M. W. ... 1.00 

Johl, A. L 1.00 

Loeb Charles 2.C0 

Moyse, F. L 2.00 

Riteman, Mrs L. N., 10.00 

Romansky, J. 1.00 

Rosenfeld, E 2.00 

Rosenstock, M 2.00 

Schwarb, H 1.00 

Schwartz, H 1.00 

Scott, Dr. Saul L... 2.50 

Solomon, 1 1.00 

Solomon, M. L 2.00 

Steiner, A. L LOO 

Weinberg, A 1.00 

Weinberg, Dave 1.00 

Greenwood 

Blumenthal, L 1.00 

Davidson, Mrs 50 

Davidson, Simon . . . 1.00 

Garlove, B 1.00 

Gidnitz, J 1.00 

Goodman, F 1.50 

Herman, R 2.00 

Kantor, J 2.00 

Peltz, H 1.00 

Silver, Abe 1.00 

Smith Eros 2.00 

Stein, 1 1.00 

Stein, S. J 1.00 

Stern, Sam 1.00 

Stern, Sol 1.00 

Weiler, A 2.00 

Weiner, L • 1.00 

Jackson 

Ascher, Joseph 2.50 

Botnick, H 1.00 

Cohen, M 1.00 

Cornblatt, A 1.00 

Dreyfus, 1 1.00 

Dreyfus, Sol 2.00 



*Life Member. 
*Deceased Life Member. 



60 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Feibelman, Julian .. l.OO 

Harris, B 1.00 

Lehman, 1 2.00 

Lewis, M. A 2.00 

Orkin, A. J 2.00 

Schwartz, A. H 1.00 

Meridian 

Loeb A 5.00 

Lyon, A. J 5.00 

Meyer, Joe 2.50 

Moskovitz, A 5.UU 

Threefoot Bros. & 

Co 5.00 

Threefoot, H. M. .. 10.00 

Threefoot, K 10.00 

Wellhouse, Leo 5.00 

Winner, Leo 5.00 

Natchez 

"**Frank, Henry. 

Frank, Mrs. Henry..' 15.00 

Viener, Harry 20.00 

Zerkowsky, Isaac .. 5.00 

Vlcksburg 

Baer, Leon 2.00 

Baer, Sam 5.00 

Bloom, Lewis 5.00 

Bock, David 5.00 

Brown, Sam., Jr. ... 1.00 

Feder, D 1.00 

Fried, Mrs. Sol 2.00 

Goodman, Leon l.OO 

Gotthelf, H. G 2.00 

Hirsch, Lee 1.00 

Hirsh, J 5.00 

Isaacs, Max 1.00 

Kory, Rev. Sol. L. . . 2.50 
Ladies' Hebrew Be- 
nevolent Ass'n. .. 10.00 

Leyens, Lewis 2.00 

Marcus, Samuel 1.00 

Rose, Mrs. Adolph . . 5.00 

Schlesinger, Wm. ... 1.00 

Simmons, J. .; 1.00 

Sussman, S 1.00 

Switzer, L. L 2.00 

Ullman, A 1.00 

Warren, Ben 1.00 

Weiner, Mrs. Max .. 1.00 



West Point 




Cohen, J. A 

Frenkel, A. B 

Frenkel, Mrs. E. .. 
Rosenfeld, S. O. ... 


. 1.00 
. 2.00 
. 1.00 
. 1.00 


Yazoo City 
Wise H 


. 10.00 


MISSOURI 




Kansas City 




Benjamin, Alfred .. 


. 50.00 



Benjamin, Alfred 

and Fanny E 5.00 

Benjamin, David .. 50.00 
Federation of Jewish 

Charities 250 00 

Levy, Family of 

Isaac 10.00 



Louisiana 

Michael 

St. Joseph 



Brothers... 5.0O 



Block, Mrs. Fannie, 10.00 
Ehrlich, Wm. H. ... 5.00 



Federated Jewish 

Charities 100.00 

*Hirsch, Sol. 

Schloss, M. A 3.00 

Siegel, Lewis 5.00 

•"Westheimer, Mr. and 

Mrs. Ferd. 
**Westheimer, Saml: 

St. Louis 

Abell, M. W 5.00 

Ackerman, Leopold.. lO.OU 

Aloe, Louis P 10.00 

Baer, J. A 10.00 

Baer, Sigmond 10.00 

Bry, Nathan 10.00 

Cohen, L. J 10.00 

*Cohn, I. H. 

Drey, Mrs. A. L.... S.OO 

Eiseman, David 5.00 

Eiseman, Fred S.OO 

Eiseman, R. S 5.00 

Emanuel, E. R 5.00 

Epstein, J. 1 5.00 

Fischlowitz, Mrs. 

Isidore 5.00 

Frohlichstein, S. H., 5.00 

Fuller, Aaron 60.00 

Furth, Moe 5.00 

Glaser, Julius 10.00 

Goldman, Alvin D... 10.00 

Goldman, 1 10.00 

Goldman, M 10.00 

Greensfelder, Ber- 
nard 10.00 

Greenspon, Jos., & 

Son 5.00 

Harris, Ben 25.00 

Hasgall, S 5.00 

Hirschhorn, Lewis . . 5.00 

Hoffman, Morris 5.00 

Husch, Herman 5.0U 

Isaacs, John A 5.00 

Kaminer, Mrs. 

Pauline 10.00 

Landau, A 25.00 

Lesser, Harry lO.OO 

Levis, Leo 10.00 

Lippman, Jos. M. ... 5.00 

Littman, M 10.00 

Loth, Jacob 5.00 

May, Morton J 10.00 

Mayer, G. F 5.00 

Mayer, Herman 5.00 

Mayer, 'Max J 5.00 

Nathan, Emil 10.00 

Rice, A. J S.OO 

Rice, Henry S.OO 

**Rice, Jonathan. 
Rothschild, Bros.' 

Hat Co 5.00 

Schoen, Mrs. I. L... 5.00 

Schwab, Leon J. ... 5.00 

Seelig, S 5.00 

Shoenberg, Col. M... 25.00 

Shroder, S. W 5.00 

Singer, Adolph 5.00 

Sommers, David .... 10.00 
**Stix, C. A. 

Stix, Ernest W 10.00 

Straus, Mrs. Hannah, 10.00 

Swope, Meier 5.00 

Thai, Gus 5.00 

Thai, Robert S.OO 

Treuman, Paul S.OO 

Waldheim, A 10.00 

Weil, Max 5.00 

Wolff, Clara A 5.00 

Wolif, E. H 10.00 

Tipton 

Cohn, Rosalie S.OO 



MONTANA 
Butte 

Linz, Mose S.OO 

Meyer, Wm 5.00 

Oppenheimer, J. E... 100.00 
Wein, J. H 5.00 

Great Falls 

Grant, Mr. and 

Mrs. Bertram lO.OO 

Wertheim, Nathan... lU.Wj 

Helena 

Heller, Robert 5.00 



Missoula 
Leiser, Miss Esther, 

NEBRASKA 



S.OO 



Lincoln 








Friend 
Gold 


, Morris 
Wm 




10.00 
5.00 


Mayer- 
Mayer 
Mayer, 
Pepper 


, Chas. . 
, Henry 

, Simon 

berg Jul 

Ben . 

Morris 


L.".".! 
D. ... 

ius .. 


5.00 
5.00 
S.OO 
S.OO 
5.00 


Weil, 




10.00 


Omaha 








Gluck, Israel 

Katleman, C. C 

Kirschbaum & Sons, 

Levy, M 

Rosenthal, B. & H., 


15.00 
5.00 
10.00 
10.00 
lO.OO 




NEVADA 




Reno 

Wald, 


H 




S.OO 



NEW JERSEY 

Atlantic City 

Hanstein, Samuel .. 
Hilman, Joel 



Belmar 

Strauss, Mrs. B. 



10.00 
10.00 



5.00 



East Orange 

Back, Albert 5.00 

Dimond, A. J 10.00 

Elizabeth 

Berman, Selig 5.00 

David, Abe J 5.00 

Newark 

Altmayer, Lawrence. 5.00 

Anspach, Eugene . . . S.OO 

Aronson, Louis V... S.OO 

Augenblick, Meyer.. S.OO 

Bachman, Henry . . . 5.00 

Bamberger, Louis ... 120.00 
*Basch, Charles J. 

Berla, Amzi 5.00 

Blau, Edward 5.00 

■ Bornstein, N. A. . S.OO 

Constam, J 5.00 

Danzis, M 10.00 

Davis, Mortimer 10.00 

Dillenberg, S. S. ... S.OO 

Epstein, Dr. H. B. . . S.OO 



"Life Member. 
"Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



61 



l-eist & Feist 5.00 

Feldmann, Dr. Max.. 5.00 

Foster, Rev. Sol 10.00 

Friedman, Louis L. . 10.00 

Fuld, Felix 25.00 

Goetz, Jos 20.00 

Goldsmith, Leo 5.00 

Gries, Aaron S.OO 

Groedel, Theodore .. 5.00 

Hammerschlag, N. .. 5.00 

Hannoch. H. J S.OO 

Heller, Rudolph ... 5.00 

Hertz, Max 25.00 

Hood, Chas 10.00 

Ising, Oscar lO.OO 

Jay, Fred 5.00 

Jay, Leopold 5.00 

Kaltenbacher, Jos. . . 5.00 

Kamm, Louis 10.00 

Kaufherr & Co lO.OO 

Kaufherr, Isidore .. 5.00 

Koch, Julius 5.00 

Krimke, Philip ... 10.00 

Kussy, Herman ..... 5.00 

Kussy, Meyer lO.OO 

Kussv, Nathan 5.00 

Leavitt, A. B 5.00 

Lehman, Wm. E. ... 25.00 
Lehman, Wm. L. & 

Jerome 10.00 

Levi. Rudolph 5.00 

Lewis, A. I S.OO 

Lewis, Bernard 5.00 

Lindeman, Philip .. 10.00 

Liveright, Frank S... 10.00 

Lippman, Louis 5.00 

Loewenberg Co S.OO 

Marx, Dr. Max S.OO 

Maybaum, Charles . . 5.00 

Mayer, Adolf 25.00 

Mendel, Wm 5.00 

Meyer, Aaron 5.00 

Meyer, Jacob 10.00 

Meyer, Joseph E. .. 10.00 

Miller, Bernard .... 10.00 

Myers, Charles M. .. 5.00 

Mvers. Wm. L 5.00 

Neu. Leopold S.OO 

Ostenveil, D 5.00 

Osterweil, Mrs. 

Sidney S.OO 

Parsonnett, Dr. Vic- 
tor 10.00 

Phillips, Arthur 5.00 

Plant, Louis 10.00 

Plant, Moses 5.00 

Rachlin. Morris 5.00 

Rich, Leopold 5.00 

Rothschild, A 25.00 

Salzman, Nathan 5.00 

Scheck Advertising 

Agency 5.00 

*Schlesinger, Louis. 

Schlesinger, Louis .. 100.00 

Schloss, Betty 10.00 

Schloss, Saul 5.00 

Schnuerer, Alfred . . . 10.00 

Schwartz, Jacob L. . . 10.00 

Sichel, Moses 10.00 

Sommer, Harry F. .. 25.00 

Stein, Leo 15.00 

Steiner, Herman .... 5.00 

Steinhardt, G 10.00 

Stern, Bernard 5.00 

Straus, Mrs. Fred .. 5.00 

*Straus, Isaac T. 

Straus & Sons. M. .. 15.00 

Strauss, Mrs. B 5.00 

Sugarman, Ben. J. .. 5.00 

Sugarman, Jos. J. . . 5.00 

Uhry, Emil 5.00 

*Life Member. 
**Deceased Life Member. 



Orange 

Brentano, Mrs. 

Fredericka S.OO 

Engel, Isidor 10.00 

Klauber, Alfred .... 5.00 

Roth & Co., Inc. ... 10.00 

Spingarn, Harry R... 5.00 

Paterson 

Basch, Isaac 10.00 

Fabian, Jacob 5.00 

Holzman Silk Mfg. 

Co S.OO 

Kitay, H. B 5.00 

Rogowski, M. L S.OO 

Simon & Cohn 5.00 

Perth Amboy 

Goldberger, Leo 5.00 

Wurtzel, Max 10.00 



Phllllpsburg 

Nie, Miss Alice E... 

Ridgewood 

Dreyfus, Fred. T. ... 

Somerville 

Hellman, Israel .... 
Mack, Mrs. Louise C, 

Warrenville 

Hofheimer, Mr. and 
Mrs. A 



S.OO 



2.00 



5.00 
5.00 



10.00 



NEW MEXICO 

Albuquerque 

Ilfeld, Louis 

Ilfeld, Noa 

Nordhaus, Max 

Schweizer, Herman.. 

Clayton 

Isaacs, Robt. W. ... 

Cuba 
Eichwald, A 

Las Vegas 
Ilfeld, Charles 

East Las Vegas 
Winternitz, D 

Roswell 

Jaffa, Mrs. Nathan. . 

Santa Fe 
Hersch, Mrs. Jos 

NEW YORK 

Albany 

Barnet, Wm 

Blatner, Jacob M. .. 

Blatner, S. H 

Congregation Beth 

Emeth _ 

Council of Jewish 

Women 

De Beer, Jac. & Son, 

Friedman, J. S 

Fuld. Franklin B. .. 
Hatch, Stephen V. .. 



Hershkowitz, P. ... 1.00 

Hessberg, Albert .... 10.00 

Hessberg, Saml 2S.0O 

Hessberg, Mrs. Sam., 25.00 
Hirschberg & Fried- 
man 3.00 

Hydeman, S. M 5.00 

Kantrowitz, Morris.. 10.00 

Earner, S. H 2.00 

Lesser, Wm 10.00 

Mandelbaum, Meyer 

J 3.00 

Mann Brothers 5.00 

Mann, Benj. A 5.00 

Mann, Lester S.OO 

Mann, Milton 5.00 

Markowitz, D 1.00 

Mendel, Max 5.00 

Mendleson's Sons, 

A 10.00 

Mendleson, Jerome. . 25. CO 

Mendleson, Leon 5.00 

Miller Bros 5.00 

Muhlfelder & Ilch... 10.00 

Muhlfelder, Jonas .. 5.00 

Neuman, Dr. L. H... 5.00 

Nusbaum, Jos 5.00 

Oppenheim, L. W... S.OO 

Oppenheim, Wm. L., S.OO 
*Rosendale, S. W. 

Sonnenfield, S. T. . . S.OO 
Sporborg, Mrs. Henry 

SteefelV'Mrs." Jos!'l., 20.00 

Stern, Chas. M 5.00 

Strasser, I. M 5.00 

Thanhauser, Mrs. F. 

L 5.00 

Waldman Bros 10.00 

Waldman, L. 1 10.00 



Amsterdam 

S.OO A^i T 5 00 

J-OO Behr!'0.-M.-&SVM.: sioO 

2?-gS Holzheimer, S 5.00 

^•°° Lichtman, B. H 5.00 

Mark's Sons, A lO.OU 

,^ Salmon, Carl S 5.00 

5-00 Schaffer, S 2.0O 

Straus, David, 5-00 

Wagenheim, J. L. . . 5.00 
5.00 

Auburn 

5QQ Marshall, L S-00 

Blnghamton 

5.00 Hirschmann, Sig- 

mund J •'■"" 

5 QQ Brooklyn 

Blum, Edw. C 20.00 

Franks, H. S 2.00 

S.OO Jaffee, L. J .......•■ lO-W 

Joachim, Chas. J.... 10.00 
*Kalvin, Mrs. Henry M. 

May, Daniel 1-00 

Buffalo 

25.00 Adler, H; ..•:^ 2.00 

5.00 Altman, Edw. H S-W 

5.00 Aronson, M • ^.UU 

Bergman. Wolf 5.00 

25.00 Block, Jos. 10-0" 

Block, Mrs. Jos. ... 10.00 

S.OO Block, teo 5.U0 

10.00 Block, Max •• 5-UU 

S.OO Boasberg, Emanuel.. 5.UU 

S.OO Bock, Chas S.OO 

S.OO Bock, M 5-00 



62 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Bock, Sig. 5.00 

Brezen, S 2.00 

Brizdie, J. M 3.00 

Brown, S. M 5.00 

Buxbaum, L 5.00 

Cohen, Sol 10.00 

Coplon, D. H 5.00 

Coplon, Joseph 5.00 

Coplon, Mrs. Kosa .. 5.00 

Cristall, S 5.00 

Davis, J. L 10.00 

Eckstein, Chas 10.00 

Eckstein, Ignatz ... 10.00 

Elias, Gabriel 10.00 

Ellis, David 5.00 

Falk, E. L 5.00 

Fleischmann, Simon, 5.00 

Gintzler. H 5.00 

Given, I. S 10.00 

Goodman & Roth- 
schild 5.00 

Greentree, Julius ... 10.00 

Guggenheimer, M. C, 5.00 

Gunzberg, B. S. ... 5.00 

Harris, I. E 5.00 

Harris, R 5.00 

Harris, Saml. J. ... 5.00 

Harriton, Harry 5.00 

Hayman, M., & Co.. S.OO 

Himmel, N. P 10.00 

Himmel, Saul 10.00 

Hirsh, Ben 5.00 

Hochstetter, E. G... 5.00 

Hofeller, Eli D 10.00 

*Hofeller, Eugene D. 

Hofeller, Eugene D., S.OO 

*Hofeller, Theo. 

Hofeller, Theo 10.00 

*Hofeller, Mrs. Theo. 

Hofeller, Mrs. Theo., 10.00 

Hyman, D 5.00 

Jacobson, S 5.00 

Tandorf, L. R 10.00 

Jellinek, Irwin H... 4.00 

•Joseph, J. G. 

Kauffman, Dr. L. . . . 10.00 

Kavinoky, Dr. S. ... S.OO 

Keiser, August 5.00 

Kropman & Green- 
berg 5.00 

Levi, E 10.00 

Levin, G. S 5.00 

Lewin, Marcus 5.00 

Loeser, Leonard W., 5.00 

Loeser, Sidney A. . . 5.00 

Maisel, Louis 5.00 

Marcus, M. M 5.00 

Meyers, Louis 5.00 

Meyers, Napoleon . . 2.00 

Morrison, Sol 5.00 

Oppenheim, W. H. .. 10.00 
Oppenheimer, N a - 

than 10.00 

Risman, S S.OO 

Roblin, Daniel 5.00 

Roblin, Harry S.OO 

Rothschild, Leo 10.00 

Saperston, W. W. .. 10.00 

Schuman, Wm. 5.00 

Schwartz, Jerome L., 2.00 

Setel, 1 2.50 

Shroder, Milton S.OO 

Slotkin, Nathan 5.00 

Spangenthal, A S.OO 

Steigerwald, Nathan, 5.00 

StovrofF, Max 5.00 

Ullman, Emanuel ... 10.00 

Ullman, Dr. Julius.. S.OO 

Ullman. Leopold ... 10.00 

Wallach, Chas 5.00 

Warner, A. B 25.00 



Warner, Edward . . . 5.00 

*Warner, Eugene. 

Warner, Eugene 25.00 

Warner, Mrs. Eug,. 10.00 

Warner, John R 5.00 

Warner, Louis E. .. 5.00 

Warner, R. J S.OO 

Weil, David 5.00 

Weill, Louis 5.00 

Wile, Herman S.OO 

WUe, Myer 10.00 

•Winkler, Mrs. R. S. 

Winters, A 15.00 

Wittman, Hugo 10.00 

Zolte, H 2.00 

Delhi 

Stern, Aaron 5.00 

Depew 

Hofeller, Julius .... 10.00 

East Elmhurst 
Rosenberg, Children 

of C. C 25.00 

Elmira 

Council Jewish Wo- 
men 10.00 

Friendly, M. H S.OO 

Lande, Dr. Abraham, S.OO 

Rosenbaum, H. L. ... 5.00 

Tepper Bros 10.00 

Far Rockaway 

Eiseman, Mrs. Sam, S.OO 

Gloversville 

Aaron. Albert 5.00 

Antevil, R 2.00 

Bachner-Moses-Louis 

Co. 25.00 

Bondy, R 1.00 

Heiger, H 2.00 

Heiman, 1 2.00 

Horwitz & Arbib .. 10.00 

Kennedy, Dr. M. .. 1.00 

Klein, August 25.00 

Klopot, Adolph .... 5.00 

Labenheim, A. J 5.00 

• Lautterstein, Mrs. J. 

H S.OO 

Littauer, Lucius N., 100.00 

Mendel, J. W 5.00 

Moses, Isaac 5.00 

Moses, Ralph A 10.00 

Nelson, A S.OO 

Rothschild. Saml. ... 10.00 

Sackheim, P. 1 2.00 

Sanger, M 2.00 

Shine, J. M 3.00 

Greenport, L. L 

Levine Brothers 5.00 

Herkimer 

Schermer, Benj 5.00 

Schermer, Miss Fran- 
ces 1.00 

Schermer, Mrs. 

Louis 2.00 

Kingston 

Rice, A 5.00 

Newburgh 

Stroock, Jos 10.00 

New Rochelle 

Ladenburger, Theo., 10.00 
•Ladenburger, Mrs. Theo. 



New York City 
•"Abraham, A. 

Adler's Sons, Chas... 10.00 

Adler, Max 5.00 

Alexander, Leo 5.00 

Armstrong, Paul ... 5.00 

Aronson, P. N 10.00 

•Bamberger, Wm. 

Beer, Mrs. Julius ... 10.00 
Beller, Mr. and Mrs. 

A 10.00 

Benjamin, Eugene S., 10.00 

Benjamin, M. W. ... 10.00 

Berliner, S 5.00 

Bernheim, Isaac ... S.OO 
•Bernheimer, Miss 

Rosie. 
Bernheimer, Miss 

Rosie 100.00 

Berolzheimer, Emil., 25.00 

Bijur, Abraham 10.00 

Bijur, Nathan 10.00 

Bing, Mr. and 

Mrs. A. M 10.00 

Bloomingdale, 

Hiram C 10.00 

Bloomingdale, Mrs. 

J. B 10.00 

Blum, Jos. A. 1000 

•Blumenthal, Geo. 

Blumgart, Louis .... S.OO 

Bookman, Mrs. Jacob, 10.00 

Brand, Herman S.OO 

Bowsky, Louis S.OO 

Brill, 1 5.00 

Brock, Henry J 10.00 

Buchman, Julius .... 10.00 
•Budge, Henry. 

Burgauer, Sam'l 10.00 

Buttenwieser, Jos. L., 10.00 

Campe, Emanuel N., 5.00 
Centennial Lodge, 

No. 763, F. & A. 

M 10.00 

Cohen, Joseph H. .. 25.00 

Cohen, Max 20.00 

Cohen, Solis 20.00 

Cohn, Sale 5.00 

Colman, Chas. A. .. 10.00 

Conheim, Herman . . 10.00 
*Co\ven, Moses. 

Cowen, Moses 10.00 

Cronbach, Rabbi 

Abraham S.OO 

Danenbaum, Chas... 5.00 

De Boer, David H... 5.00 

Dreyfuss, Ludwig .. 10.00 

Eckstein, Henry J... lO.OO 

Einstein, Isaac D. .. 5.00 

Einstein, Julius .... 10.00 

Eiseman, Mrs. Sam, S.OO 
Enelow, Rev. Dr. 

H. G 10.00 

Erlanger, Abraham.. 70.00 

Esberg, A. 1 10.00 

Felsenheld, E 10.00 

Fischman, Wm 10.00 

Fleischer, Nathan . . 5.00 

Fleischman, Saml. . 10.00 

Fleishman, Marco... 10.00 

Frank Bros 5.00 

Frank, Tos 10.00 

Frank, Wm. C 10.00 

Frankel, D. J S.OO 

Friedman, Sol., & 

Co 10.00 

Fuerst, Albert F. .. 5.00 

Fuerst, W. F 5.00 

Cans, Milton lO.CO 

Glazier, Mrs. S. W., 25.00 

Goldberg, David .... 3.00 

Goldberg, Isaac 10.00 



•Life Member. 
•Deceased Life Member. 



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63 



Goldenberger, S. L... 5.00 
Goldsmith, Fred. ... 20.00 
Goldsmith, James A., 10.00 
Goodhart, Howard .. 10.00 
•Goodhart, Philip J. 

Goodman, A 5.00 

Goodman, Edwin 10.00 

Gottheil, Mrs. Paul, 10.00 
Gotthelf, Master Edw. 

B 5.00 

Greenhut, J. B 100.00 

Grossman, Emil 5.00 

•Guggenheim, Murry. 
•Guggenheim, Wm. 
Guinzburg, Col., and 

Mrs. H. A 25.00 

•Hays, Daniel P. 
Heavenrich, Mr. 
and Mrs. Julius .. 2.00 

Hecht, Herman 5.00 

Heimann, Julius 5.00 

•Heinsheimer, Alfred 
M. 
Heller, L., & Sons... 10.00 
Hendricks, Mrs. Chas., 10.00 
•Hermann, Ferdinand. 
Herrmann, Arnold.. 10.00 ' 

Heyman, Saml 10.00 

Hilder, Moritz 25.00 

Hirsch, Chas. J 10.00 

Hirsch, Walter A. .. 25.00 

Hirsh. Jacob 10.00 

•Hoflfheimer, Nathan. 
Holzman, Ascher .. 10.00 

Holzman, S. L 10.00 

Horkheimer, Ber- 

thold, S 5.00 

*Hyman, D. M. 

Ikelheimer, Ida 5.00 

Iserson, A. S 5.00 

Israel, Leon 200.00 

Jacobs, Maurice R... 10.00 
Jacobson, Henry H., 10.00 

Janowitz, Julius 25.00 

Jellenik, Felix 10.00 

Kahn, Louis 5.00 

Katz, Eugene 50.00 

Kaufman, Julius 10.00 

•Kaufmann, B. 

Kaufmann, B 25.00 

Kaufmann, H. M. .. 25.00 
Kaufmann, Mrs. 

Herbert M 10.00 

Kaufmann, Julius .. 10.00 
*Kayser, Julius. 

Kayser, Julius 10.00 

Klein, D. Emil 10.00 

Klein, Milton M. .. 10.00 
Klein, William .... 20.00 
Kleinert, Mrs. Isaac 

B S.OO 

Klingenstein, Mr. 

and Mrs. Chas. .. 10.00 
Kohlman, Charles ,. 10.00 
Kohnstamm, Leo, 

Edw. & Jos 50.00 

•Krauskopf, Mary G. 
Krauskopf, Nathan.. 100.00 

Krieger, Louis 5.00 

Kuhn, Arthur K. . . . 100.00 

Lamport, S. C 25.00 

Lang, Gabe 5.00 

Lauterbach, Edw. .. 5.00 
Lebach, Mrs. 

Stuart J S.OO 

Lehman, Allan S. .. 10.00 
Lehman, Mr. and 

Mrs. Arthur 25.00 

Lehman, Herbert H., 10.00 
Lehman, Hon. Irv'g, 25.00 
Lehman, Mrs. 

Mayer ^... 25.00 

•Lehman, Meyer H. 

•Life Member. 
••Deceased Life Member. 



•Leon, Maurice. 
Leventritt, David .. 10.00 
Levi, Mrs. Leo N... 5.00 
Levine, Edmund J., 10.00 

Levor, Gustav 10.00 

Levy, Albert L 10.00 

Levy, Charles 5.00 

Levy, Ephriam B... 5.00 

Levy, Ernest 10.00 

Levy, Felix H 10.00 

Levy, Geo. S 10.00 

Levy, Sylvan S.OO 

Levy, Samuel H. ... 25.00 
*L wisohn, Adolph .. 10.00 
L e w i s o h n. The 

Misses A, and I... 25.00 
Lewisohn, Sam. A... 25.00 
Liebmann, Chas. ... 5.00 
Liebmann, Walt. H., 10.00 
•Lipper, Arthur. 
Lipper, Clara Behal, 10.00 

Loeb, Louis 10.00 

Loewenstein, Her- 
man 5.00 

Lorsch, Henry 10.00 

•Louchheim, Harry F. 
"Mack, Jacob W. 

Mack, Marc H 10.00 

Mandel, Jacob L. .. S.OO 

Manilla, Benj 25.00 

Marcuse, A. J 5.00 

Marks, Sigmund 5.00 

•Marshall, Louis. 
Marshall, Louis .... 100.00 

Mautner, Julius 10.00 

Mayer, B 25.00 

Mayer, Max W 10.00 

Mayer, Otto L 10.00 

Meltzer, M. C 10.00 

Mendelsohn, Sigmund, 10.00 

Meyer, D. F 10.00 

Meyer, Harrison D., 20.00 
•Meyer, Wm. 
Miller, Nathan J. .. 25.00 

Modry, 1 3.00 

•Morganstern, Albert 

G. 
Mjrganstern, Al- 
bert G 5.00 

Morgenthau. Henry, 10.00 

Moses, D. K 10.00 

Moses, Mrs. E 5.00 

Moses, Rev. Isaac S.. S.OO 
Myers, Nathaniel .. 10.00 
Naumburg, Elkan ... 50.00 
Neuburger, Dr. 

J. B. 5.00 

Newberger, Alfr. H., 10.00 
Nordlinger, E. S. ... 10.00 

Ochs, Adolph S 25.00 

Oppenheim, Mrs. 

Laurent 5.00 

Oppenheimer, Z. H., 10.00 

Ottinger, Marx 20.00 

Peierls, Siegfried ... 10.00 
Pollak, Chas. M. ... 10.00 

Posner, Louis 10.00 

Reiter, Leon M 5.00 

Rich, M. P S.OO 

Rich. Mrs. Matilda, 10.00 

Robison, G 10.00 

Robison, Sylvan 10.00 

Rogers, M. H S.OO 

Rosalsky, Otto A. .. 10.00 
Rosenbaum, Arthur 

A. 10.00 

Rosenbaum, Hrv. J., 25.00 
Rosenbaum, Selig ... 25.00 
Rossbach, Jacob .... 10.00 
Rothschild, Louis ... 10.00 
Rothschild, Louis F., 10.00 
Rothschild, Mrs. Wm., S.OO 
Rubin, Edward 10.00 



Sachs, Harry 25.00 

Sachs, Samuel 25.00 

Sadowsky, Mrs. and 

Mrs. R 25.00 

Saks, Isadore 5.00 

•Salomon, Wm. 
Samuelson, Jacob .. S.OO 
Schafer, Samuel M. 10.00 

Schaffner, Abe 5.00 

Schiff. Isaac L 5.00 

Soiiiff, Jacob H 100.00 

Schiff, Mortimer L., 100.00 
Schiffer, Jack W. .. 35.00 
Schoenfeld, David .. 35.00 
Schoenfeld, Mrs. 

David 5.00 

Scholle, Mellville J., 5.00 

Seasongood, A. J 10.00 

Seligman, Mrs. De- 

Witt J S.OO 

Seligman, E. R. A., 5.00 
Seligman, Jefferson, 25.00 

Shaff, Carl WM 

Shainwald, Ralph L., 20.00 

Shapiro, H 25.00 

Shiman, David 20.00 

Shoenberg, L. D 25.00 

Shrier, Samuel 5.00 

Sicher. Dudley D.... 10.00 
••Sidenberg, G. 

Sidenberg, Henry .. 5.00 
Sidenberg, Mr and 

Mrs. Richard 10.00 

Simon, A. L. & L. L., 5.00 
Simon & Co., Frank- 

lin 5.00 

Simon, R. E 10.00 

Simons, Isaac 5.00 

Sloss, A. M 10.00 

Solomon, Miss 

CamiUe 5.00 

Sommerich, Edwin.. 5.00 
Sondheim, Max .... 10.00 
Sonneborn, Moses S., 5.00 
Spiegelberg, Willi .. 10.00 

Steiner, David 10.00 

Steiner, Jos., & Bro., 10.00 
Steiner, Saml. S. .. 30.00 

Stern, Albert 10-00 

Stern, Benjamin 10.00 

Stern, Leopold 25.00 

Stern, Meyer .. 10.00 

Stern, Nathan B 35.00 

Stern, N. J 5.00 

Sterne, L. H 10.00 

Stiefcl, Mrs. Saml... 5.00 

Straus, A. D 10.00 

Straus, Percy S 50.00 

Strauss, Charles 25.00 

Strauss, David R 10.00 

Strauss, Ignatius .. 5.00 
Strauss, Martin .... 10.00 
Stroock, Louis S. . . 5.00 
Stroock, Mark E. .. 15.00 
Stroock, Robt. Louis, 10.00 
Strouse, Mrs. Eli... 2.00 
Sulzberger, Cyrus ... 5.00 

Sutro, Lionel S.OO 

Swope, J. L 5.00 

Sylvester, Jas 10.00 

Temple Beth-El 10.00 

Toch, Henry M S.OO 

Toch, Maximilian... 10.00 
Tuska, Benjamin ... 10.00 

Ulmann. C. J W.OO 

Unger, Mrs. H. J. .. 10.00 

Van Raalte, Z 25.00 

Veit, B S.OO 

Voltter, A S-00 

Vorhaus, J., & Sons.. 5.00 

Vorhaus, L. J 5.00 

Wallach, Moses ... 10.00 
•Warburg, Felix M. 



64 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Warburg, Felix M., 100.00 

•Warburg, Paul M. 

Weil, Dr. Isaac 5.00 

Weinberg, A 10.00 

Werner, Adolph 10.00 

"Wenheiiii, Jacob. 

Wertheim, Maurice.. 25.00 

\yile, Edwin W. ... 10.00 



"Lowenthal, M. 
Lowenthal, Max, 

Sons 

Marine, Samuel . 
Meyer, Morris .. 
Meyers, M. M. ... 
Meyers, Walter S. 
Michaels, Henry 



Wimpfheimer, II. E., 25.00 'Michaels,' Jos. 

Wise Joseph H. ... 6.50 Miller. Wm. . 

Wohlfarth, Mrs. 

Fannie M 10.00 

Wolfe, S. Herbert .. 5.00 

Wolff, Mrs. Lewis S., 10.00 

WolflF, Wm. E 5.00 

•Wollman, Henry. 
•Wollman, Wm. J. 

Wollman, Wm. J. . . 25.00 
*\Voolf. Morris L. 

Worms, Mrs. Sidney, 5.00 

Younker, Herman ... 10.00 

Zeckendorf, Louis . . 5.00 



Niagara Falls 
Silberberg, Bros. ... 5.00 
Silberberg, Bertha. 
•Silberberg, G. 
•Silberberg, Isaac L. 
•Silberberg, M. 
Silberberg, Moses L., 5.00 
Olean 

Marcus, H. W 5.00 

Poughkeepsie 

Cott, Lewis 5.00 

Rochester 
Adler, Abram is.oo 



Adler, Elmer 



10.00 



Miller, Wm. 

Present, Emanuel . 

Present, Morris 

Present, Philip .... 

Robinson, Harry I. 

Rosenberg, Edw. ... 

Rosenberg, Jacob G., 

Rosenberg, Mrs. 
Herman 

Rosenthal, Jos. W... 

Simon, Jos 

Soble, Dr. N. W. .. 

Solomon, Saml. L. .. 

Solomon, Sol 

*Stein, Simon N. 
Stern, Arthur L. . . . 
Stern, Henry M. ... 

Stern, Isaac 

Stem, Morley A. .. 

Stern, Morris L 

Thalheimer, J 

Van Bergh, M. H... 
Van Bergh Silver 

Plate Co 

Weil, S. M 

Wile, Mrs. Carrie .. 

Wile, Julius M 

Wile, "M. B 

Wile, Sol 

Wolf, M. E 



Oberdorfer, M. L. ... 10.00 
Rosenbloom's Sons, 

Simon 10.00 

Rubenstein, A 5.00 

Rubin, Wm 10.00 

Shopiro, S S.OO 

Sporborg, W. L S.OO 

Stolz, Ben S.OO 

Thalheimer, G 25.00 



25.00 

2.00 

5.00 

5.00 

S.OO 
10.00 
20.00 
10.00 

2.00 Troy 

5.00 

S.OO 

|-^ Yonkers 

5I0O Freudenheim, Morris, 10.00 



Gross, Henry 5.00 



S.OO 
10.00 

5.00 
10.00 

S.OO 

5.00 

10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
5.00 
S.OO 
5.00 



NORTH CAROLINA 

Asheville 

Argentar, Simon . . . 1.00 

Black, A 1.00 

Blombere-, A 1.00 

Finestein, S 1.00 

Finkelstein, 

Harry L 3.00 

Fox, Rev. Elias .... 1.00 

Friedman, S. H 2.00 

Levitt, M 1.00 

Lipinsky, S 5.00 

Lowenbein, Julius . . 5.00 

Michalove, S. H. .. 1.00 

Schnadler, David S., 1.00 

Zagier, R. B 2.50 



Adler, Isaac 5^00 

Adler, Mrs. Lewis.. S.'oo Saranac Lake 



Feustman, M. M. 



Adler, Max A 20.00 

Adler, Milton S 10 00 

Autu^st,K'"^::::: ^?-^° Schenectady 

Benjamin, M. H 5.00 

Bier, Isaac 300 

Bl^'^k, A. W 5.ro 

Black, L 5 00 

Brickner, David M.', 10.00 

Bnckner, Max 

Brickner, Max O. 
Cohen, Hyman J. 
Cohen, J., & Son 



10.00 
S.OO 
S.OO 
5.00 
00 
5.00 
S.OO 

10.00 

10.00 
5.00 

10.00 



Cohn, H. C '.■.'■. s; 

Cohn, Herman M. . 
Ettenheimer, S. L. 
Frankel, Louis ... 
Freeman, Jacob L. ." 
Garson, Elmer A. .. 

Garsoji, Jacob L ^^^ 

Gates, A. P 5*00 

Goldman, Hyman, 

^^,Son 5 00 Syracuse 

Goldsmith, Leon .... 5.00 
Ooidstein, Reuben 

r?.^^°- ■■\ S.OO 

Ooodman, A. 500 

Gordon, Jacob .:::;; 5.00 

Heilbrunn, J. & Sons, 5.00 

Joffe, Isaac.. 5.00 

Katz Abram J lo.oo 

Kaufman, J. B jo.oo 

Kirstein, Henry .... 5.00 

Klonick Harry 5.00 

Kochenthal, Marcus, 5 00 

Letter, E. H 5 ^^ 

Letter, H.F IZ 

Levy. Barney 5.00 

^!^y>H. I. 5.00 

Levy, Jacob 500 

Lowenthal, Geo lo^OO 



Cohen Brothers 

Cohen, Edward F. . . 

Davidson, Fred 

Dworsky, Ed 

Field, Lulu L 

Heilbronner, H 

Horwitz, Philip 

Joseph, J 

Joseph, Wm. B 

Lichtenberg. Chester, 

Nusbaum. Jos 

Rosenthal, S 

Rubenstein. L 

Salmon, Del. B 

Stark, M., & Son .. 

Stern, Henry 

Vinick's 

Welt, E 



10.00 
10.00 
S.OO 
25.00 Durham 

Enoch, B 1.00 

Gladstein, L 1.00 

Gladstone, D. H. ... 3.00 

Goldstein, H. . .• 1.00 

Hashell, M 1.00 

Hockfield, S. H. ... 1.00 

Kronheimer, B. K 5.00 

Ladies Relief Soc... 2.00 

Rosenberg, Charles. . 1.00 

Rosenberg, L 1.00 

Sichel, M. and B. .. 2.00 

Schevel, M 1.00 

Stadium, L 1.00 

Wilson, C 1.00 

Zuckerman, Sol 1.00 



5.00 
10.00 
10.00 



5.00 



Amdursky, A 

Burdick. I 

Cohn, Harry 

Elsohn, L 

Ferguson Bros 

Frensdorf, Sigmond, 
Gerber, William W., 
Guttman, Rabbi A... 

Holstein, A. M 

Holstein, David 

Hurwitz, Morris 

Kleeman, Edw 

Landau, Mrs. Anna, 
Levy, Dr. I. H. ..'. . 

Levy, T. Aaron 

Light, Samuel 

Oberdorfer, Jesse L., 
Oberdorfer, Jonas L., 



2.00 
S.OO 
5.00 
2.00 
5.00 
2.00 
3.00 
2.00 
5.00 
10.00 
2.00 
5.00 
5.00 
2.00 
S.OO 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
S.OO 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 



J^Life Member. 
••Deceased Life Member. 



Goldsboro 

Berke, E 1.00 

Cohen, Julius 1.00 

Cohen, Siegfried 1.00 

Cohn, I. and M. ... 1.00 

Edwards, Aslier 2.S0 

Edwards, N. J 1.00 

Heilig & Mevers ... 1.00 

Hettleman, J. W. .. J.OO 

Isaacs, Mrs. Joseph, 2.00 

Joseph, A 1.00 

Kadis, C. J., and I... 1.00 

Kadis, H. W 1.00 

Levin, L 1.00 

Oettinger, A 2.00 

Roscower, A 1.00 

Rosenthal, Joe 5.00 

Sherman, M 5.00 

Shrago, A. W S.OO 

Shrago, M. M 3.00 

Tonkel, R 1.00 

Weil, Mrs. Henrv .. 30.00 

Weil, Herman 5.00 

Weil, Leslie S.OO 

Weil, Lionel 5.00 

Greensboro 

Apflefeld, Wm. B. .. 1.00 

Berbert, R 1.00 

Berlin, P. D 1.00 



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65 



Block, M. E 2.00 

Cohen, Mrs. Sam. .. 1.00 

Cone, Ceasar, Est. of, 25.00 

Cone, Julius W 5.U0 

Fleisher Bros 1.00 

Goldstein, J l.OO 

Hyman, A. L 1.00 

Hyman, B 1.00 

Lesser, M. A 1.00 

Oettinger, J. R 2.50 

Schiiiinan Jewelry 

Co 2.00 

Stadium, Morris . . 1.00 

Sternberger, E 10.00 

Sternberger, Sig. ... 3.00 

Temko, Max 1.00 

Kinston 

Adler, M., & Son... 5.00 

Ettinger, S 5.00 

Gross & Pearson ... 5.00 

Hirshfield, Jos 3.00 

Nechamson, Eli S.OO 

Naiman, J 1.00 

Stadium, 11 S.OO 

New Bern 

Caplon, S 5.00 

Cohen, H 1.00 

Cohn, Leon 10.00 

Lipman, Joe 1.00 

Marks, O., & Son .. 5.00 

Raleigh 

Berwanger, S 2.00 

Dworsky, M 2.00 

Dworsky, S. W l.CO 

Elias, Mrs. D 2.00 

Goodman, 1 1.00 

Heller, Herman 1.00 

Kaplan, Harry 1.00 

Perlstein, Wm 1.00 

Rosenthal, Mrs. G., 2.00 

Rosenthal, M 4.00 

Seligson, Mrs. 

Annie 1.00 

Rocky Mount 

Edwards, Dave J. .. 5.00 

Salisbury 

Feldman, Harry B... 2.50 

Feldman, Louis 1.00 

Lyon Brothers 1.00 

Nurick, A 1.00 

Oestreicher, Dave .. S.OO 

Schultz, Ike 2.50 

Urbansky, Mrs. W., 1.00 

Wallace, V S.OO 

StatesvUIe 

Arner, L 5.00 

Hebrew Ladies' Aid 

Society 5.00 

Wilmington 

Baer, Henry C S.OO 

Bear, Irvin and 

Fred 3.00 

Baer, S., & Son .... S.OO 
Bluethenthal, Mrs. 

Herbert 2.00 

■ Bluethenthal, L 5.00 

Dannenbaum, G 2.00 

David, E. E 2.00 

Dlugin, Jacob 1.00 

Einstein, Arthur ... 2.00 

Goodman, S 1.00 

Jacobi, M. W S.OO 

Lipinsky, M 5.00 

*Life Member. 
"Deceased Life Member 



Shrier, 1 1.00 

Soiky, J. M S.OO 

Solomon, B 5.00 

Weil, J 2.00 

WORTH DAKOTA 
Fargo 

Paper & Yoffey .... 10.00 

Rosen, Wm 10.00 

Stern, Mrs. Max ... 10.00 

Stern, Sam 5.00 

Grand Forks 
Papermaister, Rev. 

B., 1.00 

Harvey 

Sgutt, Julius 25.00 

Jamestown 

Beck, Morris 5.00 

OHIO 

Akron 

Akron Furniture Co., 10.00 
Akron Schwester- 

bund S.OO 

Berk, Nathan M. ... 10.00 

Birnbaum, I. H S.OO 

Dauby, Jerome .... 25.00 

Freshman, Charles . . S.OO 

Hirsch, Geo 10.00 

Kramer, Fred S.OO 

Loeb, Louis S.OO 

Meyer, Leo 10.00 

Mirman, Carl S.OO 

Plotkin, S 5.00 

Polsky, H. O. & B. 

A 100.00 

Wachner, S 5.00 

Bellalre 

Bauer, Carrie L S.OO 

Blum, Isaac 10.00 

Jewish Ladies' Re- 
lief Society 5.00 

Canton 

Abt, Leo S.OO 

Baer, L. A., and 

E. 1 5.00 

Cohen, Mrs Hyman, S.OO 

Glaser Bros S.OO 

Lefkowits, 1 5.00 

Mann, Henry 10.00 

Margolies, Mayer E., 5.00 

Rudner, Max S.OO 

Stern, Mrs. Max S.OO 

Stern, Miss Mary .. S.OO 

Toronski, Sol S.OO 

Cincinnati 

Abraham, Victor S.OO 

Ach, Samuel 5.00 

Beckman, N. Henry, 5.00 

Berman, Adolph .... 5.00 

Berman, Oscar lO.OO 

Bernheim, E. Palmer, S.OO 

Bettman, Levi 10.00 

Bing, Ben. M 5.00 

Bing, Mrs. I. M. ... 10.00 

Bloch, Herbert 10.00 

Block, Jos. E 5.00 

Block, Leon S.OO 

*Block, Samuel. 

Brown, B 5.00 

Cohen, Alfred M. .. 10.00 

Dreifus, Mrs. Rosa, 5.00 

Eichberg, Harry 5.00 



Englander, I S.OO 

*Fechheimer, S. Mar- 
cus. 

Fox, Geo 10.00 

Fox, Henry S.OO 

Fox, Mrs. Sol 25.00 

Frank, Miss Pauline, 5.00 

Freiberg, Abr 10.00 

Freiberg, Dr. Albert, 10.00 

Freiberg, Bernhard.. S.OO 

Freiberg, Harry A... S.OO 

Freiberg, J. Arthur, 5.00 

Freiberg, J. Walter, 10.00 

Freiberg, Julius W., 10.00 

Freiberg, Maurice J., 125.00 

Freiberg, Sidney J... S.OO 

Freiberg, Sol H 5.00 

Friedlander, Edgar .. 10.00 

Friedlander, I. J. ... 10.00 

Fries, Mrs. Gus R. .. 5.00 

Furst, Jos 10.00 

Glaser, Julius S. .. 10.00 

Goldsmith, Hugo 5.00 

Guggenheim, Eli .... 5.00 
Hahn, Mrs. Fan- 
nie L 5.00 

Harris, Geo. W S.OO 

*Heinsheimer, Edw. L. 

Heldman, Jacob S.OO 

Heldman, Morton J., S.OO 

Hessberg, Mrs. Danl., 5.00 

Huttenbauer, Emil.. 10.00 

Iglaner, Chas. S. ... S.OO 

Israel, Chas S.OO 

Johnson, D. 1 10.00 

Jonap, H S.OO 

Kahn, E., Sons Co... S.OO 

Kahn Saml 25.00 

Kaufman, Lee 5.00 

Klein, E 5.00 

Klein, Jos. D 10.00 

^•Klein, Samuel. 

Kramer, Louis 10.00 

Krohn, Irwin M S.OO 

Krohn, Louis 5.00 

Kuhn, Robert 10.00 

Lazarus, Joseph S.OO 

Lehman, Samuel .... 5.00 

Levy, Harry M 50.00 

Livingston, H. S. ... S.OO 

Longini, Sol 5.00 

•Lowman, Leo J. 

Mack, J. W S.OO 

Mack, Millard W. .. 5.00 

Mack, Ralph W. . . . 5.00 

Magnus, Jos. A 10.00 

Marks, Leslie V.... S.OO 

Marks, Mrs. M. H... 10.00 

Marx, Louis 10.00 

May Bros S.OO 

Mayer, Mrs. L S.OO 

Mayer, Samuel 5.00 

*Meis, Henry. 

Meis, Nathan S.OO 

Meiss, Harry 5.00 

Meiss, Leon S.OO 

Miller, E. L 5.00 

Moch, Albert 10.00 

Oettinger, Myer ... 25.00 

Peyser, Sol. D 10.00 

Phillips, Godfrey J., 10.00 

Plaut, Aaron 5.00 

Plaut, Mrs. Bettie, S.OO 

Pollak, Emil 10.00 

Pritz, Carl E 15.00 

Pritz, Sidney E. ... 5.00 

Reins, Isidore 5.00 

*Reiter, A. 
Rheinstrom, Sigmund, S.OO 
Rosenthal, Chas. H., S.OO 
Rosenthal, Mrs. Da- 
vid 5.00 



66 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Rosenthal, Mrs. 

M. S 10.00 

Roienthal, Samuel .. 10.00 

Rosenthal, Win. H., 5.00 

Rothschild, Lester... 5.00 
**Sachs, Rosa F.» 
Seasongood M u r - 

ray 10.00 

Seasongood, P. L. .. 10.00 
Seinsheimer, Mrs. 

Saml S.OO 

Senior, Edward 25.00 

Shohl, Chas 5.00 

Silverglade, M 5.00 

Sinsheimer, Mrs. 

Henry A 10.00 

Smith, Mrs. J. J 5.00 

Spritz, Chas. S 5.00 

Spritz, David 10.00 

Stark, Dr. Sigmar... lU.OO 

Stein, Hugo W.UO 

Stein, Samuel S.OO 

Stem, Max lO.UU 

Stix, Mrs. Fanny 5.00 

Straus, Samuel 10.00 

"Sturm, Simon. 

Trager, I. Newton .. 5.00 

Trager, Mrs. Isidore, 10.00 

Trager, J. Garfield.. 5.00 

Trost, Carrie L 10.00 

Trounstine Victor .. 5.00 

Troy, Ernst 5.00 

Waldner, Adblph ... 5.00 

Weil, Mrs. Isaac A., 5.00 

Wertheimer, Em 10.00 

Westheimer, D. F... 5.00 

Westheimer, Leo F., S.OO 
Westheimer, Morris 

F 10.00 

Winkler, Eli 5.00 

Winkler, Mrs. I. ... 5.00 

Wolf, Mrs. Jacob.... 5.00 

Wolf stein, Jesse .... 5.00 

Cleveland 

Arnstein, A 5.00 

Baker, E. M. 10.00 

Bamberger- Reinthal 

Co 25.00 

Bauer, B 2.00 

Baumoel, Morris 5.00 

Benesch, A. A 5.00 

Bernstein, A. C. ... 10.00 
Bernstein, M., 

& Son 10.00 

Bing, Louis S 5.00 

Black, Louis 25.00 

Braham, Mrs. L. A., 10.00 

Bresler, C. A 5.00 

Brudno, Ezra 5.00 

Buchman, A. M 5.00 

Cohn, A. A 10.00 

Dauby, N. L S.OO 

Davis, Morris S.OO 

Deutsch, A. S 25.00 

Deutsch, Julius W... 10.00 
Einstein, Mrs. Ber- 
tha S.OO 

Einstein, Herman .. 5.00 

Eisenman, Chas 10.00 

Feiss, Julius 10.00 

Feiss, Paul L 10.00 

Feiss, R. A 25.00 

Forchheimer, B 5.00 

Friedman-Blau-Far- 

ber Co 25.00 

Carson. I. J S.OO 

Click, Mrs. Jacob .. S.OO 
Goldstein, Mrs. 

Abraham 3.00 

Goodman, Max P. .. 10.00 

Gottdiener, H 5.00 



Gries, Rabbi M. J., 


10.00 


*Lazarus, Mrs. Fred. 




Gross, Samuel 


5.00 


*Lazaru8, Ralph. 




Grossman, Jos 


2.00 


Levy, S. M 


S.OO 


Grossman, L. J 


5.00 


•Miller, Leopold. 




Halle, Mrs. Manuel, 


10.00 


Rieser, Max H 


10.00 


Halle, M. N 


10.00 


Rosenthal, Eugene. . 


10.00 


Halie, Salmon 


10.00 


Schonthal, Jos 


10.00 


Harburger, Ralph ... 


S.OO 


VVeiler, Miss Amy.. 


5.00 


Hartman, Samuel . . 


S.OO 






Hays, Clarence J. .. 


5.00 


Crestline 




Hays, Eugene K. . . . 


10.00 


Reder, Jake 


5.00 


Hays, Louis H 


10.00 






Heiman, I. H 


5.00 


Dajrton 




Helper, M 


5.00 
10.00 
10.00 


Ach, F. J 


10 00 




10.00 


Hexter, S. M 


Budnick, M 


1.00 


Iglauer, Jay 


5.00 


Daneman, Mrs. Jac, 


2.00 


Joseph, H. S 


10.00 


Deberstein & 




Joseph, Isaac 


10.00 


Brown Co 


2.00 


Joseph, Siegmund .. 


5.00 


Israel Bros. Iron 




Kohn, Herman 


5.00 


& Metal Co 


10.00 


Kohn, S., & Sons 


25.00 


Jacobs, H. J 


S.OO 


Kolinsky, Goldie A., 


10.00 


Krohn, S. M 


5.00 


Korach, Sigmund ... 


10.00 


Kusworm, S. G 


S.OO 


Kramer, A. D 


5.00 


Lefkowitz, Rabbi 




Landesman, Ida .... 


10.QP 


David 


5.00 


Lederer, Sigmund .. 


10.00 


Lehman, G., & Sons. 


10.00 




5.00 
5.00 


Lessner, Adam 

Margolis, Jacob 


5.00 


Loeser, Nathan 


5.00 


Lowenstein, Ben. ... 


5.00 


Margolis, J. H 


5.00 


Mahler, B 


10.00 

25.00 

S.OO 


Margohs, S. & M. 
Co 






500 


Marks, Mrs. M. A... 


Mutual Mfg. Co 


25.00 


Miller, C. M 


S.OO 


Myers, Max 


1.00 


Moses, Abraham .... 


15.00 


Rauh, Leopold, Est., 


35.00 


Moss, Herman 


S.OO 


Rosenthal, Chas. H., 


S.OO 


Myers, Max 


10.00 


Rosenthal, S. I 


5.00 


New, Benjamin 


S.OO 


Sander, Nathan .... 


5.00 


Newburger, E. N.... 


5.00 


Schulman, A. W. ... 


5.00 


Newman, A. I 


10.00 


Schwab, Joe 


5.00 


Novogroder, J 


10.00 


Semmelman, Abe .... 


10.00 


Peskind, Dr. A 


10.00 


Sindell, J. W 


S.OO 


Pnntz, A 


10.00 


Stein, B. C 


5.00 


Rich, N. J., Co 


10.00 


Stern, M. C 


S.OO 


Richman Bros 


25.00 


Stern, M. E 


10.00 


Rohrheimer, Maurice, 


10.00 


Strauss, Sol 


5.00 


Rosenfeld, E 


15.00 


Thai, Joseph 


5.00 


Rosenfeld, M. C. . . . 


15.00 


Thai, Sam 


S.OO 


Rothenberg, Wm. . . . 


5.00 


Wilks, S 


1.00 


Runner, Sam 


10.00 


Yassenoff, I 


S.OO 


SchaflFner, M. G. ... 


S.OO 






Schwarzenberg, 




Hamilton 




E. A :. 


500 


Ballinger & Jacobs, 
Kahn, B. B 


S.OO 
5.00 


Shlesinger, H 


S.OO 


Shlesinger, Sig 


5.00 




5.00 


Sliver, Mrs. M. T., 


10.00 


Kahn, Lazard 


S.OO 


Skall, S. N 


10.00 


Mosler, Moses 


25.00 


Solomon, Jesse F. .. 


5.00 


Mosler, Wm 


25.00 


Sperling, E 


25.00 


Strauss, Ben 


S.OO 


Stern, Herman 


5.00 


Strauss, Max 


S.OO 


Stone Bros 


25.00 
5.00 


Wolf Toe 


5 00 


Stone, Benj. H 






Stone, I. N 


5.00 


Kenton 




Stone, M. C 


5.00 


Marks, Marcus 


5.00 


Stone, Walter E. .. 


5.00 






Stone, Wm. E 


5.00 


Lima 




Strauss, E. L 


S.OO 


Michael. N. L 


5.00 


Tuteuer, A 


5.00 
10.00 


Marion 




Ulmer, S., & Sons .. 




Weil, Mrs. S. D 


S.OO 


Council Jewish Wo- 
men 




Weiskopf, J., & Son, 
Wise, B. L 


5.00 
5.00 


S.OO 






Wolf, L. J 


10.00 


Mt. Vernon 




Columbas 




Meyers, Mrs. Max.. 


S.OO 




5.00 


Piqua 




Basch, tToseph 

•B'nai Israel Sister- 


5.00 






Anshe Emeth Con- 




hood. 
Bornheim, Lee . 






S.OO 


5.00 


Flesh, Henry 


5.00 


Goldstein, Jacob 


5.00 


Louis, Raphael 


S.OO 


**Lazarus, Fred. 




Piqua Paper Box Co., 


10.00 



*Life Member. 
*Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



(!J 



Plymouth 

Spear, Sol 5.00 

Port Clinton 

Hopfinger, James A., S.OO 
Sandusky 

Kaplan, Samuel S.OO 

Springfield 

Jewish Ladies' Aid 
Society S.OO 

Kleema_n, Max L. .. 10.00 

Salzer, Gus M., & 
Bro S.OO 

SteubenviUe 

Sulzbacher, Isidor .. 10.00 
Toledo 

Federation of Jew- 
ish Charities 150.00 

Landman, Dr. Otto.. S.OO 

Wooster 

Freelander, Mrs. I., S.OO 

Youngstown 
Grossman, Dr. J. B., 5.00 
Rosenbaum, Lee . . . 5.00 

••Theobold, Mrs. C. 

OKLAHOMA 
Ardmore 

Wertheimer & 
Daube 10.00 

Bartlesvllle 

Degen, H S.OO 

Zofness Bros S.OO 

Chandler 

Jacobs, K 5.00 

Henryetta 

Cutler, 1 5.00 

Marietta 

Westbeimer, Simon.. 25.0C 

Muskogee 

Miller, T 5.00 

Oklahoma City 

Engelsman, A. D. .. 5.00 

Hottman, H. R S.OO 

Temple Ladies' Aid 
Society 5.00 

Pawhuska 

Brenner, H, H 10.00 

Sapolpa 

Katz, A. J 5.00 

Tulsa 

Jankowsky, Simon . . 5.00 
Madansky Clothing 

Co 10.00 

Producers Supply 

Co 5.00 

Travis, M. M 25.00 

OREGON 

Independence 
Hirschberg. H 15.00 

Portland 

Lang, M 10.00 

Ottenheimer, Hry. J., 10.00 

Shemanski, J 10.00 

Swett, Z S.OO 

*Life Member. 
**Deceased Life Member. 



PENNSYLVANIA 

Allentown 

Herrman, S. M 2.S0 

Hess, Chas S.OO 

Hess, Max 3.00 

Hoffman, Solomon . . . S.OO 
'Kline, C'has. 

Kline, Chas 5.00 

Philips, Isaac S.OO 

Samuels, A 5.00 

Altoona 
*Kline, Henry S. 

Ardmore 
Hibbs, Mrs. Shel- 
ton A 25.00 

Berwick 

Schain, Jos. M 10.00 

Bethlehem 
Reis, Louis 5.00 

Braddock 
Katz, Leo A. S.OO 

Bradford 
Auerhaim, Mrs. 

Fanny 2.00 

Cohn, Edgar 1.00 

Cohn, Mrs. M 1.00 

Council Jewish Wo- 
men S.OO 

Greenewald, David 

C S.OO 

Greenewald, Mrs. 

D. C 2.00 

Kreinson, L. J 2.50 

Mayer, Mrs. A. M... 1.00 
Weiss, John S.OO 

Carlisle 

Berg, Miss Selma .. 10.00 

Chester 
Levy, Moses S.OO 

Coatesvllle 

Braunstein, Isaac .. S.OO 

Braunstein, Mrs. I.. 10.00 

Marcus, Jacob 10.00 

Coleville 
Cohn, Lesser 3.00 

Columbia 
Morris, Mrs. Wm. .. 5.00 

Connellsville 
Kobacker, Alfred J., S.OO 

Doylestowa 
Shoemaker, Harry 
J 5.00 

Easton 

Hochmann, I. B 1.00 

Mayer, B. D 2.00 

Mayer, Jacob 10.00 

Menlein, M S.OO 

Mintz, G 5.00 

Ralph, Herman 5.00 

Ralph Bros 5.00 

Rosenfelt, L 5.00 

Sherer, S 3.00 



Edgewood Park 

Adler, Jonas 3.00 

iilkins Park 

Brunhild, Mrs. Leo- 
pold 10.00 

Erie 

Cohen, Marcus S.OO 

Schaffner, Abraham, 5.00 

Sobel, Isador S.OO 

Warner, Edgar W... 5.00 

Grove City 
Winsberg, J 5.C0 

Harrisburg 

Claster, Henry C... S.OO 

Jacobson, M. E 5.00 

Kaufman, Dan S 10.00 

Kuhn, Sol 5.00 

Marks, Mrs. Herm., 10.00 

Miller & Kades 5.00 

Schleisner Mrs. 

Wm. B 15.00 

Strouse, Benj 5.00 

Eazleton 

Benjamin, Mrs. D., 30.00 

Friedlander, M S.OO 

Janowitz, J. H. ._..... 5.00 
Rosenblatt, Mrs. 

M. I S.OO 

Jenkintown 

Silberman, Nathan. . 5.00 
Johnstown 
Elsasser, Nelson A., lO.CO 
Rothstein, Myer 5.00 

Kittanlng 
Einstein, Jacob R 5.00 

Lancaster 
Congregation Sharri 

Shomayim 5.00 

Cohn, Mrs. E. M. .. S.OO 

Frank, Martin 5.00 

Gansman, Adolph .. 5.00 

Goldberg, Joseph ... 5.00 

Hirsh, Monroe B.... 5.00 

Lurio, Benj 5.00 

Lurio, Meyer 5.00 

Moss, Sigmund 5.00 

Moss, S. R. S.OO 

Rosenstein, Albert... 5.00 

Rosenthal, Morris... 5.00 
*Samler, Louis. 

Siesel, Samuel 5.00 

Langhome 
**Branson, I. L. 
Lansdowne 

Kinzer, Stuart L. B., 25.00 
Lewistown 

Wollner, Ben 5.00 

Lock Haven 
Hecht, Edward 10.00 

Luzerne 
Freedman, Max 5.00 

McZeesport 
Friedman, Henry . . . 5.00 

Mechanicsburg 

Jacobson, A. S 5.00 

Jacobson, D. R S.OO 



68 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



New Kensington 

Beigel, B 10.00 

Philadelphia 
Adier, Miss Millie.. 25.00 
iiacharach, Harry .. lO.OU 

Baird, J. E 10.00 

Barcus, Dr. A. L. .. 60.00 

Barmach, A 10.00 

Becknian, S lO.ou 

Bchal, Airs. Harry S., 10.00 

Berg, Mrs. P 5.00 

Berkowitz, Dr. Hry., 5.00 
Berkowitz, Mr. and 

Mrs. M. E 5.00 

Berliner, VVra S.OO 

Bernstein, M S.OO 

*Betz & Son. 

Blank, Mrs. H 2.00 

Blieden, Gustave L., 10.00 

Bloch, Arthur 50.00 

*J31och, B. B. 

Bloch, B. B 25.00 

Bloch, Meyer J 10.00 

Bloch, Mr. ana Mrs. 

Simon L 250.00 

Bloch, Mrs. Sim. L., 25.00 
"Blum, Ralph. 
Blumenthal, Mrs. 

Aaron 40.00 

**Blumenthal, Herman. 
Blumenthal, Mrs. 

Jacob 10.00 

"Blumenthal, Sol. 
Blumenthal, Mrs. 

\Vm 2.00 

Bonnell, Henry H... 20.00 

Brandeis, Irvin 15.00 

Bronner, Mr. and 

Mrs. Henry 25.00 

Brown, J. Howard 

& Co 5.00 

Burd, Louis A 10.00 

*Byers, Jos. J. 
Calwell, Chas. S. .. 10.00 

Camp Arden 100.00 

Charter Members of 

Camp Arden 110.00 

Cash 5.00 

*Clothier, Isaac H. 
Dalsimer, Mr. and 

Mrs. Herbert 25.00 

Dannenbaum, Mrs. 

Harry M 10.00 

Davidson, D. K. ... 5.00 

Davis, Sydney 10.00 

Davis, Mrs. Sidney, 10.00 
Davidson, Bruno ... 5.00 

Delaney & Co 5.00 

Eisenberg, L 28.75 

Eliel, Mrs. L. S< ... 10.00 

Epstein, Mrs. K 5.00 

Epstein, Justus 5.00 

Federated Jewish 

Charities 8500.00 

Flarsheim, Mrs. 

Fannie 5.00 

Fleisher, Henry C..., 50.00 
*Fleisher, Martha S. 
'Fleishman, Morris. 

Frank, Gustave 25.00 

Freedman, Mr. and 

Mrs. Chas 10.00 

Friedberger, Mrs. 

Henry 10.00 

A friend 10.00 

Fuguet, Howard 10.00 

Cans, The Misses .. 20.00 
Goldenberg, Mina .. 25.00 
Goldsmith, Estelle .. 5.00 
"Grant, Adolph. 
Green, Herman E. .. 5.00 
Greenberg Gertr. H., 5.0O 
Greenfield, Mr. and 
Mrs. Albert M. .. 10.00 



Greensfelder, Mrs. 

J. S 5.00 

Gross, Rev. A a.OO 

Gundeinnger, Mr. 
and Mrs. Arnold.. 100.00 

Haber, Morris 25.00 

Hackenberfi-, Wm. B., 25.00 
**Hagedorn, Mrs. Alice. 
Harbison, Thos. B., lOO.Oo 
'Harrison, C. C. 
Hart, Mrs. George .. 10.00 
I-Iecht, Mrs. Henry.. 5.00 
Heebner, Samuel ... 5.00 
lieilbron. Children 
of the late 

Mina A 25.00 

*Heimerdinger, Leo H. 
Heller, Emanuel ... S.OO 
Herzberg, Children 
of late Hyman 

and Brunette 200.00 

*Herzberg, Mrs. Wal- 
ter G 10.00 

Himeles, Mrs. Dav., 5.00 

Hinlein, J. H 50.00 

Hirsh, Mrs. Gabriel, 10.00 
Isaacs, Mrs. Joel . . 5.00 
Isenberg, Flora M. . 25.00 
**Jonas, Herman. 
•Kaas, Andrew. 
Kahn, Eugene H. . . 5.00 
Karpeles, Dr. M. J., 10.00 
*Kaufmann, Morris A. 
•Kayser, Samuel. 
Keneseth Israel Sis- 
terhood 10.00 

Kirschbaum, Mrs. 

Cecilia 50.00 

Kohlman, Mrs. Rose, 25.00 

Kohn, Alfred 15.00 

Kohn, Dr. Bernard.. 25.00 
•Krauskopf, Harold. 
Krauskopf, Man- 

,fred R 5.00 

Krauss, Mrs. Ade- 
line L 5.00 

Krauss, Children of 
Mrs. Adeline L. .. 10.00 
/ Krauss, Miss 

] Edna H 10.00 

Laib, Max 10.00 

Lane, David H 40.00 

Lang, Mrs. Gabe 5.00 

**Langfeld, A. M. 
Lazarus, Mrs. Gust., 10.00 
Lehne, Richard W... S.CO 
Levy, Mr. and Mrs. 

A. C 5.00 

Levy, Mrs. Alfr. J., 10.00 

Levy, Jos 5.00 

Levy, Louis Edward, 25.00 
•Levy, Sol. 

Levy, Tillie W S.OO 

Lindauer, Joe 2.00 

•Lit, S. D. 

Loeb, Henrietta 5.00 

Loeb, Mrs. Hor- 

tense H S.OO 

•Manko. L. H. 
Marks, Mrs. Lillian 

,U. 10.00 

Marx, Bertha 20.00 

Mayer, Max 10.00 

Mayer, Mrs. N. L. .. 10.00 
Mendelsohn, Mrs. J., 40.00 
••Merz, Daniel. 

Merz, Millard 5.00 

•Merz, Mrs. Regina. 
•Morris, Chas. E. 
•Morris, EflSngham B. 
'*Muhr, Jacob. 
Myers, Miss Flor- 
ence Pearl IS.OO 

Nachod, Julius E.... S.OO 



Xeubauer, Mrs. S. . . 5.00 
Oppenheimer, Mrs. 

Max 2S.00 

Pearlman, Elias G... 5.00 
••Pepper. Dr. Wm. 
••Pfaelzer, Simon. 

Phillips, David 25.00 

Polis, Abraham 15.00 

•Raab, Mrs. Julia. 
Reeves, Francis B. . . 25.00 
•Reform Congr. Keneseth 

Israel. 
Reinheimer, Sarah .. 5.00 
Koomberg, Hannah.. 5.00 
••Rorke, Allen B. 
Rosenau, Mrs. J. ... 10.00 
Rosenau, Mr. and 

Mrs. Nathan 10.00 

Rosenbaum, Mr. and 

Mrs. Heinrich 10.00 

Rosenbaum, 

Josephine Buka .. 20.00 
Rosenbaum, Miss 

Millie 5.00 

Rosenberg, Mrs. 

A. L 15.00 

Rosenberg, Est. of 

.„C. C 10.00 

Rosenberg, Grace. 
•Rosenberg, J. Walter. 
Rosenthal, Harry ... 10.00 

Rothschild, S lO.OO 

Rubin, Mrs. Jos 20.00 

Sachs, Charles 10.00 

Sanson, Mrs. N. J... o.OO 
•Schloss, Mrs. Her- 
man. 
•Schoch, Henry R. 

Schulhof, A. L S.OO 

Schwarzschild, Leo- 

^Pold _ 10.00 

Schweriner, Mrs. 

Caroline N 15.00 

Segal, Osias 5.00 

Sharp, S. S 10.00 

^Silberman, Mrs. Ida. 
Silberman, Mrs. Ida, 125.00 
•Silverman, I. H. 
Silvernale, Mrs. 

Isaac 10.00 

Simons, Mrs. Adolph, lO.OU 
••Snellenburg, J. J. 

Snellenburg, N 500.00 

•Snellenburg, Nathan. 
•Snellenburg, Samuel. 
Snellenburg, Saml... 250.00 
Speier, Mrs. Eman... 8.00 
Spitz, Dr., and 

Mrs. Louis 5.00 

Springer, Eugene ... S.OO 
Stamm, Mrs. Jos. .. S.OO 

Staub, Max S.OO 

Steppacher, Mrs. 

August 25.00 

Stern, Mr. and Mrs. 

Abraham 10.00 

Stern, Eugene M 25.00 

Stern, Lina, In Her 

Memory 30.00 

Stern, Morris H 10.00 

Stern, Mrs. Matilda, 5.00 
Stern, Mrs. Moses.. 5.00 
Stern, Mrs. Wm. A., 10.00 
Stemberger. Saml. 
Sternfeld, Henry ... 100.00 

Sternfeld, I. J 10.00 

Strouse, Alex. S 10.00 

•Swaab, M. M., Jr. 
Swope, Caroline 

Gerstle S.OO- 

••Teller, Beni. F. 
•Teller, Mrs. B. F. 
••Teller, Jos. R. 



•Life Member. 
•Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



69 



•"Trautman, Dr. B. 
Walter, Mrs. Fannie, 10.00 
*Wanamaker, John. 
Weil, Jacob 100.00 

**VVeiler, Herman. 

Wells, Geo. B 10.00 

Weyl Bros 10.00 

Winelander, Max ... i.OO 
*Wolf. 1., Jr. 
Zimmerman, John .. 500.00 

**Zweighaft, Simon. 

Pittsburgh 

*Aaron, Marcus. 

Alpern, Joseph 2.00 

Aronson, I. Leonard, 5.00 

Benedict, Helen 
and Marian 5.00 

Benswanger, E 5.00 

*Browarsky, Max. 
*Cohen, Aaron. 
*Cohen, Josiah. 

DeRoy, Mrs. Israel 

J S.OO 

*Dreifus, Chas. 

Federation of Jewish 
Philanthropies .... 500.00 

Floersheim, Berthold, 5.00 

Goldsmit, Louis 5.00 

*Guckenheimer, Isaac. 
*Hamburger, Philip. 
•Hanauer, A. M. 

Kaufmann, Mrs. Au- 
gusta S.OO 

Kaufmann, Isaac ... 10.00 
•Kaufmann, Mrs. Jacob. 
'Kaufmann Bros. 

Kaufmann, Mrs. 
Morris 10.00 

Kaufmann, Nathan. . 5.00 
*Rauh, Marcus. 
**Rauh, Rosalia. 

Sanes, Dr. K. 1 10.00 

Schutzer, Mrs. Julia 
and Family S.OO 

Solomon, Kaskel .... 10.00 

Stadtfeld, Jos 5.00 

Teller, Sidney A. .. S.OO 

W"eil, Mrs. Ida 50.00 

*Weil, A. Leo. 

Weil, A. Leo 25.00 

Pittston 
Brown, Albert 10.00 

Pottstown 

Feuerman, S 1.00 

Mosheim, S 1.00 

Weitzenkorn, Morr., 5.00 

Reading 

Bash, Wm 10.00 

Goldman, E 5.00 

Kaufmann, E. I. ... 15.00 

Loeb, L 5.00 

Schweriner, S. S. ... 10.00 

Sondheim, Jonas .... 5.00 

Weil, Morris 5.00 

Whiteson, Mrs. I.... 5.00 

Scranton 

Feld, Jacob 3.00 

Goodman, N. G 5.00 

The Kehillah 300.00 

Shamokln 

Gelb, W. B., & Co., 5.00 
Slatlngton 

Rice, S. M 5.00 

South Bethlehem 

Refowich, A S.OO 



TitusvlUe 

Berwald, H. P 10.00 

Uniontown 

Rosenbaum, Mrs. 

Lena S.OO 

Wilkes-Barre 

Blatner, I. R S.OO 

Casper, Louis 5.00 

Casper, M 5.00 

Coons, Jos. D 10.00 

Coons, Jos. S 10.00 

Davidow. Edw. B. .. 5.00 

Freeman Bros 5.00 

Galland, A. S 5.00 

Heinz, Maurice 10.00 

Heller, Sol, & Sons.. 5.00 

Hirshowitz, H. R.... 10.00 

Lazarus, H 10.00 

Levene, M 5.00 

Levinson, J. G. & M. 

N 5.00 

Levy, Felix T 5.00 

Long, Isaac S 5.00 

Long's Sons, Jonas, 5.00 

Long, Mrs. Dora 5.00 

Long, Millard F. .. 5.00 

Lowenstein, E S.OO 

Mendelsohn, Dr. I. 

W S.OO 

Rosenthal, Louis . . . 5.00 

Rosenthal, Nathan. . 2.00 

Salsburg, Abram ... 10.00 

Salsburg, L. K lO.OO 

Schwarz, Norman . . . 10.00 

Stern, Harry F. ... 5.00 
S';erne, A. F., & 

Sonsi 5.00 

Strauss, S. J lO.OO 

Weintraub, H. H. . . 10.00 

Weitzenkorn, J. K... 10.00 

Wiseman, H. M. ... 10.00 

WlUiamsport 
Goldenberg, C. N., & 

Co 5.00 

York 

Lehmayer, Louis R., 5.00 

Wilhelm, Mrs. J. T., S.OO 

RHODE ISLAND 
Providence 

Bernkopf, David .... 5.00 

.... 5.00 



Wachenheimer, 
Harry 



SOUTH CAROLINA 

Anderson 

Brody, H 1.00 

Fleishman, M 2.00 

HiUman, B 1.00 

Lesser, A 1.00 

Lesser Bros 2.00 

Poliakoff, S 1.00 

Rosenberg, Phil. ... 1.00 

Rubenstein. 1 1.00' 

Charleston 

Berlin, S 1.00 

Blank, Mrs. 1 1.00 

Hirschmann, H 1.00 

Hirschraann, S 5.00 

Hornick, M 5.00 

Israel, Melvin M. .. S.OO 

Loeb, Mrs. E. G.... 1.00 

Pearlstine, H 5.00 



Pinkussohn, Isadore, 2.0O 

Trieste, Montague.. S.OO 

Williams, H. J 2.00 

Wetherhorn, L 2.00 

Darlington 

Alexander, Dr. Osc, 1.00 

Bendit, B 1.00 

Block, B 1.00 

Hennig, Henry 2.50 

Hilb, Ben 1.00 

Hyman, Abram 3.00 

Weinberg, A 2.00 

Witcover, D. D 5.00 

Florence 

DeJongh, Mrs. J. .. 1.00 

Finkelstein, Louis .. 1.00 

Fleishman, W 1.00 

Friend of the School, 1.00 

Goodstein, S 1.00 

Kuher, Mrs. L S.OO 

Pascal, Harry 2.50 

Rosenfeld, M I.OO 

Sulzbacher, S. I. ... 20.00 

Greenville 

Allen Bros l.UO 

Bloom, H I.OO 

Endel, H 2.0O 

Jacobi, J. W 1.00 

Luray, M 50 

Meyers, Alex. ...... 5.00 

Solomon, M 50 

Greenwood 

Goldberg, H 1.00 

Greenburg, C. S 2.0u 

Reinhard, A. L 2.50 

Rosenbaum, R 1.00 

Rosenberg, A 2.00 

Rosenberg, J. H. ... 1.00 

Rosenberg, Sam. ... 1.00 

Manning 

Abrams, A 1.00 

Cash SO 

Dubrow, H. D 2.S0 

Hirshman, D I.OO 

Iseman, S 1.00 

Katzoff, S 1.00 

Krasnoff Company.. 1.00 

Levi, A 2.50 

Rock HUl 

Frledhelm, SamueL.. 100.00 
Spartansburg 

Blotchy, Mrs. A. G., l.SO 

Brill, Harry H 2.50 

Gautt, Dr. Rosa .... 2.00 

Greenewald Bros. . . 5.00 

Hecklin, S 1.00 

Levin, H 1.00 

Price, Harry 1.00 

Shalowski, R 2.00 

Simmons, L. R 1.00 

Spigel, J 1.00 

Sumter 

Auerbach, Alex l.OO 

Barnett, H. D I.OO 

Berg, William 5.00 

Cash SO 

Cash SO 

Cash SO 

Cash SO 

Green, Moses 1.00 

Levi Brothers S.OO 

Levy, J. H 1.00 

Phelps, A. E 2.00 

Strauss, I. C 5.00 

Weinberg, Dr. A. .. 1.00 



*Life Member. 
**Deceased Life Member. 



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SOUTH DAKOTA. 
Sioux Falls 



TENNESSEE 
Chattanooga 

Adlcr, H. C 

Frank, S. H 

Rosenheim, Wm. . . . 

ClarksvUle. 
Adlcr, M 


. 10.00 
. 1.00 

s.oo 

5.00 


Jackson 

Aizenshtat, Sol 

Baum, W. J 

Felsenthal, Mrs. 


1.00 
1.00 

1.00 


Felsenthal, Henry .. 

Frank Bros 

Hoffman, M 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


Marks Bros 

Rosenbloom Bros. .. 
Trechfeld, S 

Enoxvllle 
Beiler, I 


2.00 
l.SO 
.50 

1.00 


Bloom, H 


3.00 


Caplan, Isaac 

Deitch, Mrs. M 

Goldstein, B 

Course, G 


1.00 
1.00 
.50 
1 00 


Greenstein, J 

Heart, Mrs. Frank.. 
Lippner, S 


1.00 

2.00 

.50 


Rosenthal, D. A 

Spiro, J 


5.00 
1 00 


Thorp, J. B 

Memphis 

Binswanger, Milton 
S 


1.00 
500 


Coleman, Mrs. Han- 
nah 


500 


Federation of Jewish 

Charities 

Roth, Louis 


200.00 
500 


Nashville 
Bernstein, Philip 

and Clarence, Jr., 
Federation of Jewish 

Charities 

Hirsch, Sam 

Jacobus, J. M 

Lieberman, Loveman 

& O'Brien 


10.00 

75.00 
10.00 
5.00 

500 


Loveman, Adolph .. 

Rich, Schwartz & 

Joseph 


5.00 
5.00 



Crawford 

Marks, M 

Dallas 

Edloff, Mrs. G. G. ... 

Hcxter, Victor Henry, 

Hyman, Abe 

Kahn, E. M 

Kahn, J 

Levi. Chas. G 

Michalson, L. A 

Mittenthal, E 

Myers, Seymour .... 
•Orleans, M. J. 

Ortlieb, Max 

Sanger Bros 

•Sanger, Alexander. 

Sanger, Alex 

•Sanger, Mrs. Philip. 
••Silberstein, A. 
•Silberstein, Mrs. A. 

Swope, Jos 

Titche, Edward 

East Bernard 
Davis, A 



Orange 
10.00 Aronson, M. B. & G., 



5.00 



El Paso 

Aronstein, S 

Jewish Relief Soc'y, 

Schwartz, A, 

Weiss, I 

Ft Worth 

Bath, Felix P 

Brann, Mrs. H 

Brown, Isidor 

Council Jewish Wom- 
en 

Friedman, Mrs. A... 

Friend, Alex. M 

Joseph, Sam. A 

Kassel, L. H 

Levy, Dan 

•Levy, Sam. 
Marx, Herman 

Gainesville 
Schiff, Sadie 



5.00 
10.00 
10.00 
25.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

s.eo 

5.00 
5.00 

25.00 



10.00 
S.OO 



5.00 



10.00 
25.00 
5.00 
5.00 



5.00 

5.00 
5.00 

S.OO 
S.OO 
5.00 
5.C0 
10.00 
5.00 

S.OO 



Palestine 
Maier, S lo.UO 

San Antonio 

Bennan, 5.00 

Blum, Mrs. Fannie.. 5.00 

Eldridge, S. C 5.00 

Halff, Jacob 10.00 

Halff, Mrs. M 25.00 

Halff, Mrs. S 25.00 

Holzmark, Mrs. 

Theresa lo.OO 

Marks, Rev. Dr. 

Samuel 23.00 

Oppenheimer, Mr^. 

^Fannie 5.00 

Oppenheimer, J. D., 10.00 
*Stern, Morris. 

Strauss, Isidore 10.00 

Sealy 
Block, J 500 

Tezarkana 

Heilbron, Louis 5 00 

Scherer, Mrs. Esther, s'.OO 
Texarkana Casket 
C° 2.50 

Tyler 

w™?H' I- 2.50 

Wadel, B 5.00 

Victoria 

Bettin, Max S.OO 

Ladies Benevolent 
Society ^qq 

Waco 

Migel, L 5.00 

ranger, Sam lo.oo 



Galveston 

Blum, Abe 

Cohen, Robert I. . 
•Kempner, Mrs. H. 

Kempner, I. H. . . 
•Lasker, E. 
**Lasker, M. 

Levy, M. M 

Ullmann, Julius L. 

Ullman, M 



1.00 



5.00 
5.00 



10.00 



UTAH 

Salt Lake City 

Alexander, Daniel, 
Jewish Relief Soc'y, 
Rosenblatt, N 

VIRGINIA 

Bristol 

Schloss, Mrs. C 



5.00 Danville 
5.00 
10.00 



TEXAS 
Austin 

Davis, Nelson 

Federation of Jewish 
Charities 



Beasley 
Robinowitz, A. 



Beaumont 

Goldstein, Dr. L. .. 

Ladies' Benevolent 

Society 



Chappell Hill 
Reinstein, W. 



25.00 
20.00 



10.00 



2.00 
10.00 



Houston 

Dannenbaum, H. J. 

Harris] L. L 

Hurwitz, Ben 

Lyons, I. A 

Junction 
Joseph, Philip 

Mexia 

Nussbaum, Joseph 

Midland 
Halff, Hry. Mayer 



10.00 

10.00 

5.00 

1.00 



5.00 



10.00 



Arenson, Morris . . 

Goldstein, B 

Greenberg, A 

Halperin, W '. 

Harris Co ! 

Heiman, J. A. 
Kaplan, W. .....'. 

Kaufman, T. 
Mandle, Mrs. sV! 
Newman, M. N. . 
Schuster, Isaac . . 

Harrisonburg 
Bloom, Bernard . . 



Lynchburg 



Mlneola 
10.00 Bromberg, I. Q. 



*Life Member. 
■^Deceased Life Member. 



10.00 ,£°°Per, M 

Ouggenheimer, Mrs. 

Max. 
Jewish Ladies' Re- 
lief Society .. . 



5.00 



10.00 

S.OO 

10.00 



5.00 



S.OO 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
2.00 
2.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
2.00 



5.00 



3.00 



5.00 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



73 



Ladies' Auxiliary of 
Congregation A. S., 

Lichtenstein, J 

Moses & Co., D 

Opfleman, L 

Roman, Dave 

Schenel, E 

Silverman, Lew. M., 

Speigel, D 

Tuck, Morris 

Weinstein, L 

Newport News 

Austrian, John 

Cohen, I 

Greenspon, R 

Levinson, Isaac 

Mermelstein Bros. .. 

Nachman, S 

Peyser, Sol 

Reyner, J., & Sons. . 
Schmelz Brothers .. 
Scoll, M 



Norfolk 

A friend 

A friend 

A friend 

A friend 

Altschul, B 

Brandt, A 

Cash 

Engel, E., & Bro. .. 

Frank, Louis 

Hecht, Mrs. Jacob.. 

Hirschler, E 

Hofflin, M 

Hofheimer Bros.' 

Co 

Jacobs, F 

Kaplan, M 

•Ladies' Hebrew 

Benevolent Ass'n. 
Levy, Phil., & Co... 
Lowenberg, Benj. . . 
Mansbach, Louis . . . 
Mendelsohn, Dr. L. . 

Metzger, M. A 

Moritz, Sig 

Nusbaum, Mrs. S. L., 

Rose, Samuel 

Salomonsky, B. F... 

Seldner, A. B 

Snyder, Mrs. L 

Ulman, S. J 

Portsmouth 



Cohn, J. . . . 
Goodmaii, I. 

Richmond 



*Binswanger, H. S. 
*Binswanger, M. I. 

Binswanger, M. I 

Galeski, Dr. S 

Hutzler, Henry S. . . 

Kaufmann, I 

Marcuse, I. J 

Marcuse, M. E 

•Millhiser, Mrs. Clar- 
ence. 

Millhiser, Mrs. Clar- 
ence 

Millhiser, Emanuel.. 

Millhiser, G. K 

**Millhiser, Gustave. 
•Raab, E. 
*Raab. Mrs. E. 

Straus, Milton J. ... 



5.00 
1.00 
2.S0 
2.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



2.00 
2.00 
1.00 
2.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
5.00 
5.00 
1.00 



1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
5.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
5.00 
5.00 

s.oo 

30.00 
1.00 
1.00 



5.00 
5.00 
3.00 
1.00 
2.00 
1.00 
5.00 
1.00 
1.00 
5.00 
S.OO 
2.00 



1.00 
1.00 



S.OO 
5.00 
S.OO 
5.00 
10.00 
5.00 



Thalhimer, Morton 

G 

•Whitlock, Philip. 

Roanoke 
Bachrach Shoe Com- 
pany, I 

Cohn, L., & Son .. 

Cooper, I 

Fisher, R 

Glass, Samuel 

Levy, Frank H. .. 

Levy, Phillip 

Rosenberg, M. .... 
■Rosenbloom-Levin 

Co 

Schlosbergj M. J. . 

Shapiro, Sam 

Solomon, Max 

Speigel, J 

Weinstein, J 



Staunton 
Strauss. L. G 

WASHINGTON 

Everett 
Hochstadter, Bernard, 

Seattle 

**Galland, Bonham. 
**Galland, Mrs. Bon- 
ham. 
**Gottstein, Meyer. 
*Gottstein, Rebecca. 
•Lang, Julius C. 
Stern, L. M 



5.00 



2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
2.00 
2.50 

2.00 
1.00 
1.00 
2.00 
2.00 
3.00 



S.OO 



S.OO 



Tacoma 

Feist, Theo 

Kaufman, H. A 

Ladies' Montefiore 
Society 



WEST VIRGINIA 
Charleston 

Baer, Ben 

Baer, Saml 

Bloomberg, H. J. ... 
Boiarsky, Mrs. A. . . 

Cohen, Henry S 

Cohen, Michael 

Frankenberger, Her- 
bert 

Frankenberger, Max, 

Goldman, M. B 

Goldstein, H 

GraflF, H. ...; 

Kaufman, L 

Kleeman, Henry 

Loenstein, I 

May, Herbert D 

May. Phil 

Oberlan, S 

Quality Shop 

Silverstein, A. P. .. 



Wheeling 

Baer Grocer Co 25.00 

Baer, H. 5.00 

Benov, Chas 5.00 

Bloch, Saml. S S.OO 

**Horkheimer, Mrs. B. 

Horkheimer, Julius.. 5.00 

Horkheimer, Louis.. 5.0t* 

Isenberg, Israel .... S.OO 

Kline, Simon S.OO 

Kraus, David S.OO 

Rice, Albert M S.OO 

*Solomon & Rubin. 

Sonneborn, Chas. L., 5.00 

Sonneborn, M 5.00 

Stein, Leon B 5.00 

*Weil, J. - 

White, Harry L. ... 5.00 
Young Women's 

Temple Guild 10.00 

WISCONSIN 

Appleton 

Marshall, Louis J.... S.OO 

Ashland 

Levy, Jos. I S.OO 

La Crosse 
Ansche Chesed Con- 
gregation 5.00 

Bloom, Bernhard S.OO 

Hirshheimer, A 25.00 

Milwaukee 
Cohen, Mrs. Ger- 
trude S.OO 

Federated Jewish 

Charities 150.00 

Greenwald, Oscar .. 10.00 

Heller. Simon 5.00 

S.OO Housman, A. Edw... 5.00 

Landauer, Max 10.00 

Litt, Miss Bessie 10.00 

Miller, Morris 5.00 

Schuster, Bertha .... S.OO 

Schuster, Chas 3.00 

Superior 

Aronsohn, Herm. A., 1.00 

Cohen, Julius L 1.00 

Jacobs, R 1.00 

Josephs, S. Y., Co... 3.00 

Lasky Bros 2.0U 

Marcus, C 1.00 

Marks, L. S 1.00 

Newman, L. S 2.00 

Siegel Bros 3.00 

Weingarten, I S.OO 

CANADA 



10.00 



10.00 
10.00 



Clarksburg 

Levy, Ben. 



S.OO Morgantown 

S'OO Oppenheimer, Mrs. 
Ben 

Parkersburg 
5.00 Nathan, Mrs. Ben... 



5.00 
10.00 
l.CO 
1.00 
5.00 
1.00 

5.00 
5.00 
S.OO 
1.00 
1.00 
2.00 
5.00 
1.00 
S.OO 
5.00 
1.00 
2.00 
5.00 



2.50 



1.00 



Toronto, Ontario 
Scheuer, Edmund . • 

ENGLAND 

London 
•Meyer, Arthur. 

SWITZERLAND 



S.OO 



Rorschach 
5.00 ••Schoenfeld, Max. 



*Life Member. 
•Deceased Life Member, 



72 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



CONTRIBUTING RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS 

COLORADO Vicksburg 
Denver Anche Chesed Mite So- 
Bethha Medrosh Hagodol, 3.00 ciety 5.00 

FLORIDA MISSOURI 

Jacksonville S^ j^^^pj^ 

Temple Mite Society of ^^^^j^ j^^ j^ 5 00 

Ahaveth Chesed 5.00 

ILLINOIS OHIO 

Chicago Toledo 

Isaiah 10,00 Shomer Emoonim 5.00 

Temple Sholom 10.00 

Peoria PENNSYLVANIA 

Anshai Emeth 5.00 Scranton 

KFNTTirKV Madison Avenue Temple, 10.00 

Paducah 

T 1 T 1 can TENNESSEE 

1 emple Israel 5.00 

Knoxville 

LOUISIANA Beth El 5.00 

Alexandria 

Gemiluth Chassodim 10.00 TEXAS 

New Iberia ^^ P^so 

Gates of Prayer 6.00 Temple Mt. Sinai .... 10.00 

MISSISSIPPI WEST VIRGINIA 

Greenville Wheeling 

Hebrev^r Union 3.00 Leshem Shomayim 10.00 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

BENEVOLENT ORDERS 

Contributing Lodges 



73 



Independent Order B'nai B' 

ALABAMA DELAWARE 



Birmingham 
Birmingham Lodge 
No. 368 5.00 



Wilmington 

Wilmington Lodge 
No. 470 



10.00 
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 



Demopolis 
Morris Ely Lodge 
No. 283 S.OO Washington 

Argo Lodge No. 413. . S.OO 
Mobile 

Beth Zur Lodge No. 



5.00 



Montgomery 
Emanuel Lodge No. 
103 



ARKANSAS 
Pine Bluff 
Chas. Weil Lodge 



GEORGIA 

Albany 

Micah Lodge No. 707, 10.00 



5.00 Columbus 

Columbus Lodge No. 
77 ;.. 



No. 279 



5.00 



CALIFORNIA 

Oakland 
Oakland Lodge No. 
252 5.00 

Sacramento 
Etham Lodge No. 37, S.OO 



Savannah 
Joseph Lodge No. 



ILLINOIS 

Bloomington 
Abraham Lincoln 
Lodge No. 190 .... 

Chicago 

Oriental-Hillel Lodge 



No. 72 



San Francisco 

Cremieux Lodge No. 

325 5.00 

Golden Gate Lodge 

No. 129 S.OO Peoria 

Progress Lodge 



Lincoln 

Liberty Lodge No. 
294 



Stockton 

Hope Lodge No. 126, 5.00 

COLORADO 

Colorado Springs 
Colorado Springs 



5.00 



S.OO 



10.00 



10.00 



2.50 



25.00 



Lodge No. 523. 



5.00 



Denver 

Denver Lodge 
No. 171 13.00 

CONNECTICUT 

Bridgeport 
Abraham Lodge 
No. 89 3.00 

New Haven 
Horeb Lodge No. 25, 25.00 

Stamford 
Jacob B. Ullman 
Lodge No. 685 .... 5.00 



No. 113 
Springfield 
Ernes Lodge No. 67, 5.00 

INDIANA 

Fort Wayne 
Emek-Beracha Lodge 
No. 61 25.00 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis Lodge 
No. 58 25.00 



La Fayette 
Barzillai Lodge 
No. Ill 



Muncie 
Muncie Lodge No. 
752 

Terre Haute 
Gan Eden Lodge No. 
110 



■5.00 



10.00 



10.00 



rith 

KENTUCKY 

Paducah 
Harmony Lodge No. 
149 5.00 

LOUISIANA 

Alexandria 

Rebecca Lodge No. 
240 5.00 

New Orleans 
District Grand Lodge 

No. 7 100.00 

•District Grand Lodge 
No. 7. 

MICHIGAN 

Kalamazoo 
Mishan Lodge No. 
247 5-00 

MINNESOTA 

Minneapolis 
Minneapolis Lodge 
No. 271 10.00 

MISSISSIPPI 

Columbus 
Joseph Herz Lodge 
No. 181 2.00 

Greenville 
Deborah L/odge No. 
161 S.OO 

Jackson 

Manassah Lodge No. 
202 3.00 

MISSOURI 

Kansas City 
Kansas City Lodge 
No. 184 10.00 

St. Louis 
Eben Ezra Lodge No. 

47 10.00 

Missouri Lodge No. 

22 5.00 

MONTANA 

Butte 
Baron De Hirsch 
Lodge No. 420 ... 5.00 

NEW JERSEY 

Newark 
Ezekiel Lodge 
No. 90 5.00 



*Life Member. 



74 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



NEW MEXICO 

Albuquerque 
Albuquerque Lodge 
No. 336 5.00 

East Las Vegas 
J. E. Rosenwald 
Lodge No. 545 



KEW YORK 



Albany 
Gideon 
140 .. 



Lodge No. 



New York City 

District Grand 

Lodge No. 1 

Hebron Lodge No. 

Manhattan Lodge No*. 
156 f. 



10.00 



5.00 



100.00 
5.00 
10.00 



TENNESSEE 
Memphis 

Memphis Lodge No. 
35 



Nashville 
Maimonides Lodge 
No. 46 5.00 



TEXAS 



El Paso 



El Paso Lodge No. 
509 



MASSACHUSETTS 
Brockton 
Pride of Brockton 
10.00 Lodge No. 373 .... 3.00 

MISSOURI 
Kansas City 
Berry D a n t z i g 
Lodge No. 499 5.00 

St. Louis 

Chas. Werner Lodge 
10.00 No. 114 5.00 



NEW HAMPSHIRE 



Galveston 
Zacharias Frankel 

Lodge No. 242 10.00 Manchester 

_ . ^ , Granite State Lodge 

San Antonio No. 181 S.oo 

Edar Lodge No. 211, 5.00 _^„ „^ , 

Leo N. Levi Lodge NEW YORK 

No. 675 10.00 Elmlra 



Plattsburg 
Joel Lodge No. 

Rochester 



Tyler 
118, 5.00 Edward L a s k e r 

Lodge No. 347 5.00 



Berger 
388 .. 



Lodge No. 



Zerubbabel Lodge 
No. 53 10.00 



OHIO 

Cincinnati 

Cincinnati Lodge 

No. 4 

District Grand Lodge 

No. 2 100.00 



10.00 



Dayton 

Eschol Lodge No. 55, 

Columbus 
•Zion Lodge No. 62. 

Youngstown 
Mehoning Lodge No. 



OREGON. 
Portland 

Theodore Herzl 
Lodge No. 314 

Portland Lodge No. 
416 



PENNSYLVANIA 

Braddock 

Braddock Lodge No. 
516 



10.00 



5.00 



UTAH 
Salt Lake City 

B. F. Peixotto Lodge 
No. 421 5.00 

WASHINGTON 
SeatUe 
Hildesheimer Lodge 

No. 503 5.00 

Rainier Lodge No. 
627 



Kingston 

Kingston Lodge No. 
321 



OHIO 

Cleveland 
Gotthold E p h r a im 
Lessing Lodge No. 
37 



3.00 



S.OO 



5.00 



Tacoma 
Tacoma 
741 ... 



Lodge No. 



WISCONSIN 



5.00 



15.00 



PENNSYLVANIA 
Philadelphia 
Hyman Lodge No. 75, 5.00 
Victor Hugo Lodge 
No. 299 5.00 



Milwaukee 

Harmony Lodge No. 

63 :. 

Gilead Lodge No. 

41 : 

Isaac Lodge No. 87. . 



Pittsburgh 
Pittsburg Lodge No. 

359 : 



RHODE ISLAND 
5.00 Providence 

Hope of R. I. Lodge 



5.00 



5.00 

S.OO 



10.00 
10.00 



5.00 



Independent Order 
B'rlth Abraham 

CONNECTICUT 

New Haven 

Columbus Lodge No. 
61 



5.00 



McKeesport 
McKeesport Lodge 
No. 573 10.00 

Philadelphia 

^*\t SJnai Lodge 

No. 8 S.OO 

Joshua L odge No. 23, 20.00 

•Life Member. 



No. 549 3.00 

TENNESSEE 
Chattanooga 
Chattanooga Lodge, 
No. 449 5.00 

VIRGINIA 
Newport News 
Virginia Lodge No. 
195 5.00 



Norwich 

Independent Norwich 
Lodge No. 309 

INDIANA 
Indiana Harbor 
Ezra Lodge No. 434, 



1.00 



2.00 



Order B'rith Abraham 

CONNECTICUT 
South Norwalk 
South Norwalk 
Lodge No. 185 .... 5.00 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



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ILLINOIS 



Independent Order Independent Western 
B'rith Sholom Star Order 



La Salle 
La Salle City Lodge 
No. 317 5.00 



Chicago 
B'nei Ephraim Lodge 

N°- 172 5.00 DELAWARE PENNSYLVANIA 

Wilmington 
Delaware Lodge Philadelphia 

No. 141 10.00 Germantown Lodge 

No. 218 5.00 

INDIANA ^^^ ^^^^ 

Indianapolis „, , 

T J- 1- T A^^ Elmira 

Indianapolis Lodge . ,, xt j 

No. 230 5.00 El-'-^Max Nordau ^^ Workmen's Circle 

NEW YORK 

PENNSYLVANIA GEORGIA 

Savannah 

Branch No. 383 



Elmira 
Elmira City Lodge 



Lodge No.' 272 .... 3.00 
RHODE ISLAND 
Providence Wilkes-Barre 



Philadelphia 
Ponevyezh Lpdge No. 
43 3.00 



NEW YORK 
Rochester 



Star of Rhode Island Diamond City Lodge , ^ ^ u m o7 
Lodge No. 330 .... 4.00 No. 135 5.00 Branch No. 27 



1.00 



3.00 



LADIES LODGES 



Independent Order 
True Sisters 

CONNECTICUT 

New Haven 
Jochebed Lodge No. 



S.OO 



NEW YORK 

New York City 
Bathia Lodge No. 10, S.OO 
Hadassah Lodge No. 
8 5.00 

PENNSYLVANIA 
Philadelphia 
B'noth Jeshurun 
Lodge No. 2 ...... 10.00 



Independent Order 
B'rith Abraham 

MISSOURI 
St. Louis 
Leah Ladies Lodge 



No. 5 



2.00 



76 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

Have The National Farm School Plant 
A Tree For You 

There is no more beautiful custom than that of planting a 
tree to commemorate an event or to perpetuate a memory. The 
National Farm School has planted more than 2000 of such 
Memorial or Commemorative Trees for its friends along the 
roadway of its grounds. In a few years, when these trees will 
have matured, one will be able to pass through several miles of 
shaded lanes, with the thought that each tree represents to some- 
one an important event or a hallowed memory. 

^^^e have planted these trees for births, birthdays, con- 
firmations, graduations, weddings, successes, anniversaries, and 
in memory of departed dear ones. 

When an event occurs in your family, be it what it may, 
let The National Farm School plant a tree on its grounds to 
commemorate it. The expense to you is what you choose to give. 
The tree may bear your name as donor, or the name of the one 
for whom donated. Each tree is plainly and permanently 
marked with a large steel card. 

Your contribution, besides giving you the satisfaction which 
every generous deed does, will help The National Farm School 
financially, and will serve as a permanent gratification to your 
family and friends. Vou will know that, somewhere on The 
National Farm School grounds (where lads from all parts of the 
United States are trained free of charge to them for tuition, 
board, lodging, and other necessities, in practical and scientific 
agriculture, so that they may find success and happiness as pro- 
ducers, and inspire countless others to forsake the cities and go 
"Forward to the Soil"), there stands a growing tree in recollec- 
tion of an event that was once very impressive to you. 

You can arrange for planting a tree by writing to the office 
of The National Farm School, 407 Mutual Life Building, Phila- 
delphia. 

"He that planteth a tree is a servant of God, 
He provideth a kindness for many generations, 
.\nd faces that he hath not seen shall bless him." 

— Henry Van Dyke. 



Kabei Joseph Krauskopf, D. D.. President I. H. Silverman, Treasurer 

4715 Pulaslci Avenue, Philadelphia 605 Land Title Bldg., Philadelphia 

Harry B. Hirsh, Chairman Finance Committee 
407 Mutual Life Building,\ Philadelphia 



I, the undersigned, being in sympathy with the object of 
''The National Farm School" — the training of the lads in the 
practice and science of agricuhure, for agricuUural calHngs — do 
hereby agree to subscribe as one of the Maintainers of the institu- 
tion, the dues of a Life Member ($100.00), Patron ($25.00), 
Supporter ($5.00), Friend ($50.00), Member ($10.00). 

Name 

Address .' 

Date 



note. — Underscore the class of membership you wish to join. Life Mem- 
bership calls for but one (the first) payment. Make checks payable to THE 
NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL. 



iPnrm of lilegarg to ©Ije National iFarm B'rljool 

"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 being, 
for the use of the institution." 



jForm of Sputs^ 

ON REAL ESTATE OR GROUND RENT 
"/ give and devise unto The National Farm School, Bucks 
County, Pa., near Doylestown {here describe the property or 
ground rent), together with the appurtenances, in fee simple, and 
all policies of insurance covering said premises, whether fire, title 
or otherwise, free from all taxes." 




AN APPRECIATION 



The following letter, entirely unsolicited, attests the high 
cnaracter of our work. 



"My Dear Mr. Gutekunst: 

"Please accept my sincere thanks for the photographs you 
have made oi me, and which have just reached me. They are 
certainly a magnificent likeness, and well attest the fact that the 
hand that has delighted Philadelphia with its art for the past half 
century has not lost its cunning. 

"Trusting that kind Providence may spare you to us and to 
your ait yet many a year in health and good cheer, I am, 

Very appreciatively yours, 

"JOS. KRAUSKOPF." 



F. GUTEKUNST CO., 712 Arch street and 1700 N. Broad Street 



JACOB REED'S SONS 

Men's and Boy's Wear, Clothing, 
Furnishings, Hats, Custom Tailor- 
ing, Uniforms, Liveries and Auto- 
mobile Apparel. 

1424-26 CHESTNUT STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



WALNUT AT THIRTEENTH 
PHILADELPHIA 



ROBERT J. RITCHIE, Manager 



1833 



917 



Davis' Furs 

Now in Our 84th Year 

Up-to-Date and Exclusive 
Styles in 

FINE FURS 

We Invite Your Inspection 

Davis' Fur Shop 

1120 Chestnut Street 

Next to Keith's 
PHILADELPHIA 



II 



Jeweled Bracelets 

Flexible 

Sapphires and Diamoncb 

Diamonds 



The Commonwealth 
Insurance Title and Trust Co. 

Chestnut and Twelfth Streets, Philadelphia 

Capital, $1,000,000 Surplus, $1,250,000 

PAYS INTEREST ON DAILY BALANCES 
RENTS SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES, $3 to $roo 

INSURES TITLES TO REAL ESTATE 
TAKES ENTIRE CHARGE OF REAL ESTATE 

Acts As Executor, Administrator, Guardian and Trustee 
Wills Receipted For and Kept Without Charge 

WE INVITE YOUR BUSINESS 

DIMMER BEEBER, President JAMES V. ELLISON.Treasurer 

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J. E. CALDWELL & CO, 

Jewels 

GoldWare 

Silverware 

Vrize Cups 
Trophies 

Stationery 

PHILADELPHIA 



YOUNG MEN OF TASTE IN MATTERS 
OF DRESS APPRECIATE THE DIS- 
TINCTIVE STYLE AND INCOMPAR- 
ABLE QUALITY OF THE STETSON. 




John B. Stetson Company 

1224 CHESTNUT STREET 



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FURS 



:OF THE: 



BETTER GRADE 




THEO. F. SIEFERT 

1426 WALNUT STREET 



When Better Automobiles are Built 



'SP.V*'e=^>-5- -->---'- ^^V-V-l^^^^, 




Will Build Them 

BUICK MOTOR CO. 
Philadelphia Branch 

N. W. Corner Broad and Poplar Streets 

AS PHILADELPHIA LEADS THE WORLD SO 

HARDWICK & MAGEE COMPANY 

LEAD PHILADELPHIA IN THE MANUFACTURE OF 

RUGS AND CARPETS 

The high standard of our w^ell-known weaves has 
been uniformly maintained for years and today w^e 
enjoy the confidence and respect of the best houses 
throughout the country. Forty sizes of rugs in 
stock. Special sizes made to order. 

HARDWICK & MAGEE COMPANY 

Successors to Ivins, Dietz <S. Magee 

Retailers of All Standard Floor Coverings 

1220-1222 MARKET STREET 



DURABLE AS IRON 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 

RICHARDSON & BOYNTON CO. 



ESTABLISHED 1837 

1342 ARCH STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



MAKERS OF 

Richardson Products 

HEATING AND COOKING APPARATUS 



ASKTHEHOSKINSNAN 



(( 



ABOUT 

OFFICE FURNITURE 

SUPPLIES 

PRINTING 

ENGRAVING 

BLANK BOOKS 

BUSINESS SYSTEMS IN GENERAL 



WM. H. HOSKINS COMPANY 

902-904 CHESTNUT STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



VII 



Noted Scientists Approve of Gas Lighting 



Scientific experiments by noted investigators prove that 
gas lighting improves the air for breathing purposes by help- 
ing ventilation, destroying germs and adding necessary 
moisture. 

Scientists also know that modern gas light is best for 
the eyes, because it is so soft, mellow, free from glare and 
harmful color rays. 

The Bureau of Standards, at Washington, refers in de- 
tail to the economy and quality of gas mantle light in a 
report entitled "Measurements for the Household". 

See the display of modern gas lights at any of our 

Philadelphia showrooms. 

The United Gas Improvement Company 



A. K. NICHOLSON L. L. WINKELMAN 

L. L. Winkclman & Co. 

STOCKS 

BONDS 

INVESTMENTS 

Specialists in Standard Oil Securities 

137-139-141 South Broad Street 
Philadelphia 

Telephone, Walnut 6637, Race 2583 

NEW YORK WILMINGTON, DEL. 

42-44 Broad Street Ford Building 

CLEVELAND, O. PARKERSBURG, W. VA. 

DIRECT WIRES TO THE VARIOUS MARKETS 

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Sj;;;^$;$$$$$$^$$$$$$g$$$$^S$S^$^^ 









T 






It} - ^ 



HE GEUTING 

Idea has created 
a Shoe Store and 



a Service that is well- 
nigh irresistible to the dis- 
criminating man or woman 
who has once experienced 
its benefits. 



Gaiinftiinij 



1230 MARKET 

Shoes and Stockings for 
the Family 

19 South 11th 

Quick Service Men's Shop 



EVERY FOOT PROFESSIONALLY FITTED 
-THREE GEUTING BROS. SUPERVISING 



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THE RITTENHOUSE HOTEL 

Chestnut and T^venty-Second Streets 

PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

A Hotel of Refinement and Elegance Estimates ckeerfully furnisliecl on request 

Exceptionally equipped, for Banquets, Dances and Social Functions 

Attractive Cafe and Grill, featuring "Club Breakfasts, Luncheons, etc." 

Over 250 Rooms, Special College Rates Single Rooms $1.50 to $5.00 per day 

Double rooms $2.50 to $7.00 per day 

CHARLES DUrrY, Manager. 



MASTBAUM BROS. & FLEISHER 



Real Estate 



1424 South Penn Square 



Staman fe? Dickey Co. 

Lighting Fixtures 
30 South IGtt Street 



JOHN P. STAMAN 
Treasurer 



Charles I. Kent, Pres. 

William L. Guenther, Vice-Pres. 

Leon Rosenbautn, Treas. & Sec. 

J. JACOB SHANNON & CO. 



Hill, Nine, Railroad, Builders, 
and Contractors Supplies, 
Hardware and Equipment 



1744 

J.JACOB5I]ANN0N8.CO.i 

Market Street 

philadelphia 

.CONTRACTORSi 

EQUIPMENT, 



HARDWARE 
1744 Market Street I744 



X 



1220-1222 Walnut Street 
WOMEN'S WEAR 

Tlie jiolicy of this store in embodied in the one word 

"SERVICE" 

A service that means not only the showing at all times of the last word 
in Fashions, but a service that stops at nothing short of the full and com- 
plete satisfaction of every customer. 

Telephone, Locust 2739 

ABLER 

Gowns, Suits, Wraps 

1632 WALNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA 

I T. SCHICK & SON 

Umportets 

3240 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. 

The Fur and Millinery Shop 



INCORPORATED 



1423 Walnut Street 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Bell Phone, Spruce, 25-66 

XI 



Market T T^T-^ DO /^'T'lUI? t> C Filbert 

Eighth 1^1 1 Jt>rvV7 1 rll^JCVO Seventh 

PHILADELPHIA 

A Leading House of Latest Style 
Outer Wear Moderately Priced. 
Also — A Complete Stock of House- 
hold Goods of All Kinds at Lowest 
Sums Charged Anywhere. : : 



Ever stop to consider what sort of 
place your clothes are in when you 
send them to the cleaners? 

When you send them to us, you can 
rest assured they are in the hands of 
sanitary experts; no time or expense 
w^as spared to develop in Philadelphia 
a Cleaning Establishmeut w^ith all the 
latest sanitary features found in a 
similar establishment in this country or 
abroad. 



A. F. BORNOT BRO. CO. 

S. E. COR. 17TH AND FAIRMOUNT AVENUE 




\lt M Z^'":\^"^^'' PHILADELPHIA ,535 chestnut street 

1754 N. Broad Street i o t- ■ 

52d & Chestnut Streets •'PHONE US-POPLAR 608'' Broad & Ta.ker Streets 



The Liverpool and London and 
Globe Insurance Co* L't'd 

of Liverpool^ England 

A STOCK COMPANY 

WILLIAM E. BATES, LOCAL MANAGER 

331-337 Walnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. 

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c 



rane s 



IS ABSOLUTELY 
PURE 



Store, Tea Room and Order Department 

13 th and Sansom Streets 

PHILADELPHIA 



Only 2 blocks from either 
Broad Street Station 
or Reading Terminal 



Ice 
Cream 



Main Office: 

Twenty-third below Locust 



Crane's Ice Cream costs more than others 
there is a reason 



m\^(^ 



LINCOLN BUILDING 

AND 

1239 MARKET STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 




/TT The GIFT Box of Unu- 
Vli^sual Chocolates sent to 
any address in the Land for 
$ 1 .00. Be sure to inclose your 
card if it is intended as a gift. 



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Be sure to send for our 1918 Seed 
Catalogue before you buy your seeds, 
bulbs and plants this spring. 

Mailed Free for the Asking. 

WM. HENRY MAULE, Inc. 

2l8t and Arch Sts. Philadelphia, Pa. 



Electrical Work 
of Every Description 
Installed or Repaired 

We also have a stock of 

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 

AND SUPPLIES 

If your residence is not wired for 

Electric Lighting, we can wire 

without damaging your 

walls or floors. 

Albert Gentel, Inc. 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 

1503 Columbia Avenue 

4466 Germantovirn Avenue 

Philadelphia 



Phones 



Locust 393 
Race 3547 



ARTHUR P. BELFI 
JOHN COLETTI 



Members 
Master Builders- Exchange 



National 
Tile & Mosaic Co. 

1 730 Sansom Street 

Philadelphia 



Tiles, Moseiics 
Terrsizzo, Ceramics 



Interior Marble Work 
Mantels, Fireplace Furnishings 



Ballin^er 
Si Perrot 



ARCHITECTS 

AND 

ENGINEERS 



Philadelphia : Nev^ York 



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Geo. B. Ne>vton Coal Co. 

Franklin Bank Building Philadelphia, Pa. 




QUALITY 

COUNTS 

MOST 

When fuel and upkeep are considered you 
cannot afford to install a cheap Healing System 



CHEAPNESS MEANS 

-Inferior materials 2 — Light Castings 

3 — Careless Workmanship 

4 — Faulty Inspection 
5 — Imitation, not originality 



Delay 



RESULT : 

Constant Repairs 
Discomfort 



Waste 



Don't spoil a fine home by expecting a cheap 
system to give the satisfaction you would get 
from a 



NOVELTY ^^^o^R^wTR^M^AtJ^'^ HEATER 



OR WARM AIR 

THE OMLY BSST. — We mike them all and our experts will tell you just what each one will do 
Read our Frse Booilet, "The Sileciion of a Healing System," to assure horn? comfort. Write for it today 

AMERICAN & DAUPHIN STS. - PHILADELPHIA 

Also Makers of Novehy Stoves and Ranges 

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Abram Cox Stove Co. 



HENRY SPECHT, Jr. DANIEL W. SPERRY 



SPECHT & SPERRY 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 

643 HEED BUILDING 

1213-15 FILBERT STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 



Contractors for the 

Morris Lasker Memorial Hall 

Now Building 



643 HEED BLDG. BELL PHONE, WALNUT 3083 



XVI 



Thommen's restaurants 



AND 
FINE BAKING 

Japanese Cake, Caramel Cake 
and Almond Cream Cake our Specialties 



1700 Chestnut Street 



1520 Market Street 





SANITARY REFRIGERATORS 

are sold only at the McCRAY SALESROOMS 

206 S. Eleventh St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Phone: Bell, Filbert 5104 



THe Eighth National BanK 

Second Street and Girard A.venvie, PKiladelpKia 

Established 1864- 

Saving Fund Department 
Safe Deposit Boxes to Rent in Vaults 

Capital $ 275,000.00 

Surplus and Undivided Profits (earned) . . 1,131,470.00 
Total Resources 6,614,297.00 

"A SUCCESSFUL BANK CONDUCTED BY SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS MEN." 




Philadelphia Silos 

Hocking Valley Cutters and 
Blowers. Tanks and Towers. 
Ensilage Trucks. 

E. F. Schlichter Company 

10 S. 18th Street, Philadelphia 

Factory, Nor ris town, Pa. 

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nUNREL'S 

-the Coal of Quality 

Selected coal from good collieries is the only 
kind we sell and back with our reputation, 
Kunkel's Coal gives more heat and less ash. It 
is the most economical coal you can buy. 

J. E. nUNIiEL 

63rd and MarKet 51st and Gray's 

PHILADELPHIA 




Peoples Trust Co. of Philadelphia 

NORTHEAST CORNER 12th AND ARCH STREETS 



3.65% 



We Pay / \j J /f\ on Saving Fund Deposits 

we 

Issue policies of Title Insurance. 

Loan Money on Mortgages. 

Act as Executor, Administrator, Guardian, Trustee, Etc. 

GEORGE C. BOWKER, President. 

JOSEPH H. RUBIN, Vice-President. 

WILLIAM B, VROOMAN, Secretary and Treasurer. 

ALFRED HARRIS, Jr., Title and Trust Officer, 



Elias Nusbaum & Bro. 

For more than 25 years Designers and Constructors 
of Industrial, Commercial, Residential 

GENERAL ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 

Electric, Light and Power in National Farm School 
DESIGNED AND INSTALLED BY US 

1520 Sansom Street Philadelphia 

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Metal Edge 

THADS; MARK FltGISTrfltO U.S. PAT. OFFICE. 

QUALITY PAPER BOXES 

Bell Phone-Spruce 4087 Keystone-Race 4330 

NATIONAL METAL EDGE BOX CO. 
Callowhill at Thirteenth St. 



iUrNtrlfol 
fantttg mh Qlnnstrurttnn 

OENERAI. 
CONTRACTORS 

1923 Cherry Street Philadelphia, Pa. 



The Samuel J. Creswell 
IRON WORKS 

ORNAMENTAL AND STRUCTURAL 
IRON AND STEEL 

23d AND CHERRY STREETS 

PHILADELPHIA 

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Sincere Good 
Wishes for the 
Success and 
active continu- 
ation of your 
noble work. 



from 




833-35 Market St. 

PHILADELPHIA 




The Integrity Title Insurance 



Trust and Safe Deposit Co. 

S. W. Cor. Fourth and Green Sts., Philadelphia 

Capital Stock, Full Paid 5500,000.00 

Surplus 1.175,000.00 

Undivided Profits 190,819.99 

-r ■ ' - ' tH''^^ Deposits 4,753,626.88 

I ;> ^ .. |B|f^§ BANKING DEPARTMENT 

""-"- ■ "*"-«■'*' Receives money on deposit, subject to 

Check on sight allowing 2 per cent, interest. 
Rents boxes for safe keeping of valuables in 
burglar and fire-proof vaults, for $3.00 and 
upwards. Letters of Credit and International 
Cheques for Travellers issued, available every- 
where. 

SAVING FUND DEPARTMENT 
Open from 9 A. M to 4 P. M. 
Monday to 7 P. M. Saturday to 1 P. M. 

3 per cent, interest allowed on deposits. 
TITLE AND REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT 
Examines and insures titles to real estate. Collects rents, dividends, interest, etc. 
Money loaned on mortgage and mortgages for sale. Attends to all details pertaining to 
buying, selling anl conveying of real estate. 

TRUST DEPARTMENT 
Transacts all Trust Company business and acts in the capacity of executor, adminis- 
trator, guardian or Trustee, taking entire charge of estates. All valuables received for 
safe keeping. Wills receipted and kept in safe boxes without charge. 



OFFICERS 

President 
GEORGE KESSLER 

First Vice-Pres. 
PHILIP SPAETER 

Second Vice-Pres. 
PHILIP DOERR 

Sec. and Treas. 
HERMAN WISCHMAN 

Trust Officer 
PHILIP E. GUCKES 

Title Mgr. 
THEO. E. KNAPP 



George Kessler 
Philip Doerr 
Fred'k Orlemann 
Philip Spaeter 
Albert Hellwig 
John Greenwood 
Geo. Nass 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS 



C. T. Preisendanz 
J. Edwin Rech 
A. P. Kunzig 
Chas. W. Miller 
Wm. G. Berlinger 
Jacob Kramer 
I. P. Strittmatter, 
M.D. 



J. McGlinn 
Gustave A. Kirchner 
A. F. Schoenhut 
Philip E. Guckes 
Chas. W. Gretz 



DIE BEAMTEN SPRECHEN DEUTSCH 



XX 



For your own protection insist on 

^^RAVELING GOODS 

For sale at the better shops and de- 
partment stores. 



Compliments 

of 



SELTZER BROTHERS 



MARKOVITZ BROTHERS 

JOBBERS IN 

HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR 
NOTIONS 

321-323 MARKET STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Compliments 

of 

M. HABER & CO. 

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Genuine "PHILADELPHIA" 

THE LAWN MOWER STANDARD SINCE 1869 

For over 49 years the 
"Philadelphia" Mowers 
have maintained un- 
challenged supremacy 
amongst Lawn Mower 
Manufacturers. We are 
the originaters of ALL 
STEEL Mowers, Styles 

"A" & "GRAHAM" 

All Knives Vanadium Crucible 

Steel 
22 Style HAND and 6 
Style HORSE, al! of the 
Mowers Highest Grade. 
For Catalog and Prices 

"Graham" All Steel AddreSS 

HAND, HORSE AND MOTOR MOWERS 

The Philadelphia Lawn Mower Co. 

THIRTY-FIRST AND CHESTNUT STS., PHILADELPHIA, PA., U. S. A. 




Grind Whole Wheat 

For Health and Economy. Cut down in 
food bills. Eat real whole cereals, not a 
millers' mixture. 

rvranufactured graham flour does not 
usually contain the outer skin of the 
kernel known as bran because it is lost 
in converting it into flour. The bran 
is an essential to the flour because it 
contains the digestive qualities of the 
grain. To be able to obtain it freshly 
ground adds greatly to its nutrition 
and reduces its cost 50 per cent. This 
can be done on the 
QUAKER CITY MILL. 
Y'ou can grind (fine or 
coarse) wheat, corn, rye, 
peanut butter, nuts, vege- 
tables, cocoa, spices, etc. 



Vrice $4.80 C. O. 2). // desired; together With 350 
receipt HEALTH Cooic 'Boo%. Fully guaranteed. 

A. W. STRAUB COMPANY 

N. S.-3719 Filbert Street : 

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Philadelphia, Pa. 



C. H. Howell & Co., Inc. 



PAINT, COLOR and 
VARNISH MAKERS 



212-14-16 Race St. Philadelphia, Pa., U. S. A. 

Established 1S76 

THE IDEAL MOUTH- WASH 

AwnsEPTic Formolid-Magnesia alkaune 



Excellent for keeping the mouth in an alkaline 
and aseptic condition, lessening the tendency 
to tooth decay and to serious constitutional 
troubles arising from the development of 
germs in the oral cavity. A splendid remedy 
for the sick headaches from excessive acid- 
ity of the stomach. 

Prepared solely by 

HENRY K. WAMPOLE & CO., Inc. 

Manufacturing Pharmacists Philadelphia,!!. S. A. 

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BOILERS 
For Heating by Steam, 
Hot Water and Vapor 



THE H. B. SMITH CO. 

^i^'^/ S. E. COR. 17th & ARCH 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



No. 24 Mills Boiler 



IMPORTED and DOMESTIC BEERS FINE WINES and LIQUORS 

BRAUDE'S STAG HOTEL 

Rooms by the Day or Week. Moderate Rates. Hot and Cold Running Water. 

CAFE AND RESTAURANT 

SPECIALTIES IN SEA FOOD CUISINE UNEXCELLED 

PETER BRAUDE, Proprietor 
N. W. Cor. Broad and Race Sts., in the shadows of city Haii, 
PHILADELPHIA 

Disinfectants and Disinfecting Appliances 

Houses Scientifically Fumigated 

WE ARE EXPERTS IN THE LINE 

WEST DISINFECTING CO., Inc. 

The largest manufacturers of Disinfectants and Disinfecting 

Appliances in America 

Main Office and Laboratory, New York 

Philadelphia Office - - . 1303 Race Street 

CHARLES AUERBACH, Manager Both Phones 

JOBBING BOTH PHONES 

LAM BUILDING CO. 

Carpenters, Contractors and Builders 

1001 WOOD STREET 



CHAS. M. LAM PHILADELPHIA 

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The New Hotel Hanover 

CLA UDE M. MOHR, Manager 

JIRCH yiNT> TWELFTH STREETS, VHILAVELPHIA 

/TT Newly Furnished Throughout. European Plan. Music in Cafe. 
Vll^ Rooms, without bath, $1.00 per day and up. Rooms, with bath, 
$1 .50 per day up. Running Hot and Cold Water and Telephone in Every 
Room. Table d'Hote Dinner, 60 Cents, I 2 to 8 P. M. Special Table 
d'Hote Dinner, $1.00, 12 to 8 P.M. Cuisine and Service Unexcelled 

BEYOND COMPETITION 

BAILEY'S PURE RYE 




For the use of gentlemen who can appreciate a 
perfect flavor and aroma combined with all 
the requisites necessary to assist convalescents 
when recommended by a physician. Fully 
matured and bottled. 



HUEY & CHRIST 

1308 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA 



1 762 ESTABLISHED OVER 100 YEARS 1917 

Oscar A. Fow & Son 

. . MEATS . . 

Stalls, 1234-42 Reading Terminal Market 

Arch Street Front 

Telephone Connection Philadelphia 

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CAPITAL $250,000.00 SURPLUS. $175,000,00 

South^varK National BanK 

610 SOUTH SECOND STREET 

Deposits jlpril 11, 1917 = $3,811,671,53 

WE PAY 3 PER CENT. INTEREST ON OUR SAVINGS FUND ACCOUNTS 

Open an Account and Learn to SaVe 

W. W. FOULKROD, JR., President 

F V. BONNAFFON, Vice-Pres. W. J. STEINMAN, Cashier 

S. S. DARMON, Vice-Pres. J. W. COLEMAN, Asst. Cashier 

Safe "Deposit "Boxes For Rent $3.00 up 
BotK PKones Estimates FurnisKed 

A. P. FRAIM 
Contractor, Carpenter and Builder 

Jobbing Promptly Attended to 
319 MARKET STREET Philadelphia, Pa. 

INCORPORATED 

LUMBER AND MILL WORK 

MAIN OFFICE 

^^oTd™k\oad &'i5utler St. ^LD YORK ROAD AND BUTLER ST. 

Pier 42 North Delaware Ave. PHILADELPHIA 

SOUTHERN MILLS 

Newbern, N.C. 

AVERY TRACTORS 

5—10 H. P. Tractor [ [8—16 H. P. Tractor 

Weight 2250 lbs. $435, F. O. B. Peoria, 111. 8 Draw Bar 16 H. P. Belt, 

It will pull 2 12-in plows, a 6 ft double For pulling 3 bottom 14-inch Plows, 

disc Harrow over plowed ground, 4 section Double Carburetor for Kerosene or Gasoline, 

spike tooth Harrow, Grain Drill, Grain Two speed Gears. 
Binder. 

HEEBNER AND SONS 
Distributors Lansdale Pa. 

XXVI 



Compliments of A Friend 



JESSE SHULMAN 

22 West S2nd Street, N. Y. 



J. R. Grundy 



Compliments 

D. S. DENGLER & SON 
JONATHAN RING & SON 

INCORPORATED 

Hancock and Montgomery Ave. 



JOSEPH S. KEEN, Jr. 



EDW. VARE 



R. E. W. W. 



Andreas Meng's Sons 



Compliments of Harry Gross 
SACKS BROTHERS 

1228 Cherry Street 

Compliments of Wm. R. Dougherty 

XXVII 



Bell Phone Locust 1121 



Keystone Race 2464 



Oelschlager & Kraft 

'Builders' Hardware 

2230 Market Street 

PHILADELPHIA 



International Printing 

Company . . General Printers 

236 CHESTNUT STREET 
PHILADELPHIA, PENNA. 





COMPLIMENTS OF 



ROSE MFG. CO. 

PBLILADELPOIA. 

XXVIII 



Edward Towill 

WHOLESALE 

Rose Grower 






ROSLYN, PENNA. 



Sixth National Bank 

N. W. Cor. SECOND AND PINE STREETS 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

JOHN P. WILSON, President 

DANIEL BAIRD. Vice-President 

JAMES C. SUTTON, Second Vice-Pres. 

WILLIAM SALTER. Cashier 

T^ Reyburn Manufacturing Co. 

Paper Specialties 

Tags, Tickets, Labels 

ALLEGHENY AVENUE AND TWENTY-THIRD STREET 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Dyers and Finishers of Piece Goods 

We are specially equipped for Fine All-Wool 
and Silk and Wool Mixed Fabrics 

''BRIGHT COLORS-SUPERB LUSTER" 

$3,000,000 

1 ^ Or^O patrons have more than the above 
' amount on deposit here. 

The Northwestern Trust Company 

WILLIAM FREiHOFER Rldgc and Columbla Avenues 

President ^ 

THE THOMAS W. PRICE COMPANY 

Papepj Cardboard^ Envelopes 

Printers* Specialties 

503-505 LUDLOW STREET : PHILADELPHIA, PENNA, 

Correspondence Solicited 

XXIX 



BERGER BROTHERS COMPANY 

TINNERS' HARDWARE 
and ROOFERS' SUPPLIES 

237 Arch Street .... Philadelphia 

B. HOOLEY & SON 
SilK Manufacturers 

435-439 North Broad Street 
Philadelphia 

NEW YORK, 345, 347 Broadway BOSTON, 67 Chauncey St. 

CHICAGO, 715 Royal Insurance Building 

CATLIN & COMPANY 
YARNS 

128-130 CKestnvit Street PKiladelphia 

COPS, SKEINS, CONES, TUBES AND WARPS 



NATIONAL CASKET COMPANY 



OSWALD LEVER CO. 

(INC.) 
Manufacturers of 

TEXTILE MACHINERY 

13th and Cumberland Sts. Philadelphia, Pa. 

XXX 



Capital and Profits $660,000.00 Deposits $3,200,000.00 

The Atlantic Safe Deposit and Trust Company 

of Atlantic City, New Jersey 

We Invite your Inspection of Our Banking Facilities 

OFFICE-RS 

JOSEPH THOMPSON. M. D. YOUNGMAN, 2d ViLX-Prcsideiit 

President and Trust Officer gj^AS SHOEMAKER, 
LEWIS EVANS, Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer 

DIRECTORS 
Josesh Thompson I. G. Adams Charles E. Schroede r 

Lewis Evans William B. Loudenslager J. Estell Evans 

^I- D. Voungman J. L. Baier James H. Mason, Jr. 

James T. Bew Daniel W. Myers Silas Shoemaker 

E. V. Corson Isaac Eacharach W. E. Shackelford 



WILLIAM GORDON 

MEATS, PROVISIONS 
1214 Atlantic ylVe. 1701 Vassyun% JiVe. 

ATLANTIC CITY, N, J. PHILADELPHIA 



ROYAL PALACE HOTEL 

COTTAGES AND CASINO ON THE BEACH 
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. 

OPEN ALL YEAR S, HANSTEIN, Proprietor 

SEASIDE HOUSE 

Atlantic Cit>' 



Mr. Von H. Herr 

ADAMS 

Bathing Establishment 

BOARDWALK ABOVE VIRGINIA AVENUE 
ATLANTIC CITY 



Mr. W. F. Favorite 



Robert Simon M. A. Williams 

The Martinique 

Kentucky Avenue and Boardwalk 
Atlantic City, N. J. 

XXXI 



ROMAN 

AUTOMOBILE 
CO. 

203-205 NORTH BROAD ST. 

ON TOP 

SOBO 

EVERYTIME EVERYWHERE 

5c CIGAR 

Both Telephones 

Kreeger & Connolly 

PAPER BOXES 

221-227 N. Lawrence Street 
PHILADELPHIA 



Local and Long Distance Telephones 

M. I. DAVIDSON CO. 

Manufacturers of 

High Grade Hair Cloth and 
Woolens 

SHACKAMAXON & WILDEY STS' 
PHILADELPHIA 



Bell Telephone, Kensington 444 

PAUL WAGNER 

Coppersmith and Sheet Metal Works 
Mill and Dyehouse Work a Specialty 

TEXTILE SPECIALTIES 

SECOND and BUTLER STS. - PhiTadelpliia 



Philadelphia 

Manufacturers' Mutual 

Fire Insurance Co. 

Commercial Trust Building 
Philadelphia 
Edwin I. Atlee, President 



Bell Phone. Filbert 29-49, 29-50 

Keystone Phone, 38-35, 38-36 

H. D. REESi: 

Dealei in the Finest Quality of 

Beef, Veal, Mutton, Lamb and. 

Smoked Meats 

1203 Filbert Street 

Philadelphia 

PRINTERS 

and 
Compilers of Trade Lists 



HOWE ADDRESSING CO. 

208-210 South Fouith Street 

J. SELLERS PENNOCK 

SANITARY PLUMBING 
AND HEATING 

S. E. Corner Seventh and 
Filbert Streets 

ESTABLISHED 1890 

J. R. DAWSON MFG. CO. 

Manufacturers of 

HOUSEHOLD and OFFICE 
WIRE GOODS 

3644-46-48 N. Lawrence Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

New York Office: 434 Broome St. 



XXXII 



BELL PHONE, OGONTZ 280 



John W. Hohlefelder 

Contractor 

FOR ALL KINDS OF STONE AND BRICK WORK 



ESTIMATES FURNISHED 

JOBBING PROMPTLY DONE 



JENKINTOWN. PA. 



Doylestown 


Always The Best 


Poultry Supply Co. 


M. Sllberuian & Son 




ClotHing, SHoes, Hats 


POULTRY FEEDS 


and r\irnisHings 


AND GARDEN 
AND FIELD SEEDS 


605 and 607 West Avenue 




JENKINTOWN, PA. 


Cor. State and Main Streets 

Doylestown, Pa. 


GOODWIN'S 




Hardware Store 




Keystone Phone, 676 D 




California Fruit Co. 


General Hardware 


Branch Store No. 4 


308 YORK AVENUE Jenkintown, Pa. 


14 STATE STREET Doylestown, Pa. 

Wholesale Warehouse: 

414 S. Second Street, Piiiladelphia 




THOMAS LYONS 


We receive Fruit and Produce direct and sell 
retail at wholesale prices. No Middleman's 
Profit. Special Prices to Hotels, Boarding 
Houses and Storekeepers. L. SCllWartZ, Prop. 


Watches, Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware 




Repairing a Specialty 


Chalfant Steam Bakery 


DOYLESTOWN. PA. 


Bakers of 


John J. Rufe £i Sons 


GOOD BREAD, 


Successors to RUFE BROS. Manufacturers of 
Rufe's Patent Steam and Hot Water 


CAKRS and PIES 


Heaters, Elevator Governors and 
Friction Clutch 


R. M. Hartzell, Prop. 


Steam, Gas Engines and Automobiles Repaired 




Auto Fire Apparatus and Accessories 


CHALFANT. PA. 


DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



XXXIII 



Doylestown Trust Company 

CHARTERED 1896 

Authorized Capital, $250,000.00 

Paid in Capital, $125,000.00 

Surplus, $130,000.00 



Henry S. Beidler 

Coal, Flour, Grain, Feed, 

Clover Seed, Timothg Seed, 

Fertilizers, Lime, Etc. 

Doylestown, Pa. 



Both Phones 



Frye & Weidner 

Foreign and Domestic 

Fruits, Fish, Oysters and 

Clams in Season 
Fancy Dressed Poultry 

37 Siprth main Street 

Doylestolvn 
and Hatboro, 'Pa. 

Established 1872 

Histand Bros. 

Slate and Tin Roofing 
Spouting 

Erectors of Pure Copper Cable 
Lightning Rods 

Write for Free Booklet 

"Laws and Nature of Lightning" 

Mmmm^mmM 
Wmm%m Mil 

44M aiii# ^wm. 



Both Phones Doylestown, Pa. 

Plumbing, Steam, Hot Water and 

Warm Air Heater Work 

General Repairing and Machine Shop 

Michael A. Rufe 

(Formerly Rufe Bros.) 

New Location, Taylor Street 

Between Main and Pine Sts. 



Dr. Wesley Massinger 

Veterinarian 



Chalfont, Pa. 



Joseph Windholz 

PAINTING AND 
PAPERHANGING 

Paints, Oils, Glass, Etc. 

Doylestown, Pa. 



A. GOLDEN 

Engineering 



2307 E- Auburn St 

XXXIV 



EXECUTES TRUSTS 



PAYS INTEREST ON DEPOSITS 



INSURES TITLES 



Bucks County Trust Company 

Authorized Capital, $250,000 Paid-in Capital, $125,000 

Surplus, $190,000 

GEORGE WATSON, President aiul Trust Officer; THOMAS UOSS, Vice-President; 
T. O. ATKINSON, Treasurer; GEO. H. MlLLEll, Assistant Treasurer; 

HARRY C. GARNER, Assistant Secretary 
DOYLKSTOWN, _ _ _ _ p^. 

WHEN IN DOYLESTOWN DO YOUR TRADING AT C1,YMER'S DEPART- 
MENT STORE— BUCKS COUNTY'S LARGEST STORE 

R. L. CLYMER 



36, 38 and 40 West State 



Doylestown, Pa. 



BELL PHONE NO. 1 



KEYSTONE No. 35 



BELL PHONE, 184^-A 



EMIL PEITER 

BAtlERY AND CONFECTIONERY 

PURE ICE CREAM 



OPPOSITE MASONIC HALL, 



DOYLESTOWN. PA. 



W. H. Swartley 

Manufacturer of 

CIDER and VINEGAR 

Corner State and West Streets 

P. O. Box 412 Doylestown, Pa- 



Royal SilK Company 

Manufacturers of 

BROAD SIEHS 

Doylestown, _ _ _ Pa. 
JAMES BARRETT 

Dealer in 

Paints and Oils, Cement, Terra Cotta 

Pipe, Horse Clothing: and a Full Line 

of Hardware, Etc. 



Cor. Main and Ashland 



Doylestown, Pa. 



M. PEARLMAN 
TAILOR and FURRIER 

Cor. Main Street and Oakland Ave. 

Cleaning, Repairing and 

Dyeing 

Bell Phone EOYLESTOVVN, PA. 



RANDALL'S 

Hardware Department Store 

Main Street and Oakland Ave. 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



Both Phones 



Estabhshed 1873 



CHARLES H. SHIVE 

Dealer in 

General Hardware 

MAIN AND STATE STREETS 

WM. P. ELY & SON 

Dealer in 

Ready-to-Wear Clothingfor Men, 
Boys, Children; Gents' Furnish- 
ing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots 
and Shoes. 
Opposite P. & R. Depot DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



XXXV 



INCORPORATED 1876 

The Real Estate Title Insurance 
and Tru^ Company of Philadelphia 

523 Chestnut Street 

Across from Independence Hall 

The Oldest Title Insurance Company in the World 

Capital, (full paid) $1,000,000 

Sarplus aad Undivided Profits, (earned) $1,900,000 

Member of the Clearing House 

Insures Titles Executes Trusts Becomes Surety 

Receives Deposits Rents Safe Deposit Boxes 

EMIL ROSENBERGER, President 
JOHN price: CgL CO. 

Wholesale Grocers 
34-32-34 MARKET STREET .-. PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



CHARLES HARLAN JOHN NOBLE, Jr. WM. H. HAINES 

President Vice Pres. & Treas. Secretary 



CONSOLIDATED 
DRESSED BEEF CO. 



^ 



Abattoir and Salesrooms 

30th and Race Streets .*. Philadelphia, Pa. 

XXXVI 




ie's Annual ■*"""'°^"""'°"' 



DUrpCC «3) 1-l.AIIIUCl.i Burpee.Quality Seeds. It 
is mailed free. Write for it today. A postcard will bring it. 

W. Atlee Burpee & Co., Seed Growers, Philadelphia, Pa. 



W. H. & A. E. M ARGERISON & CO, 

COLUMBIA TOWEL MILLS 



TURKISH -m- TOWELS 



Turkish Towels, Wash Cloths and Bath Mats. 
JASPER & HUNTINGDON STS. 
PHILADELPHIA 

Wesley Stead, Pres. Theo. F. Miller, Sect. & Treas. Jno. W. Snowden, Vice Pres. & Genl. Mgr. 

NEPAUL MILLS 

The Stead (Q. Miller Co. 
UPHOLSTERY GOODS & DRAPERIES 

'""■^"Cytr"" 4th & Cambria Street 

1602 Heyworth Building Plliladelohia 

Wabash & Madison St., Chicago " 



A FRIEND 



COMPL MENTS OF 

B. P. LAWRENCE & SONS 

LANSDALE, PA. 

XXXVII 



Phone, Madison Square 24-31 



Morris Albus 

Manufacturer of 

Juniors' Misses' and Ladies' Coats 

501 Wilson Building, 1270 BROADWAY 
NEW YORK 

Factory; Gilbert Bldg., Juniper and Cherry Sts., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Louis Kauffman & Co. 

"*:: Ladles' Waists 

ICuka 

Brand 

N. E. Cor. 10th & Filbert Sts. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Feidenheimer & Leibowitz 

Manufacturers of 

CLOAKS- SLITS 

117-21 N. Seventh Street, Phila., Pa. 

G. A. Knoblauch & Sons 

Reading' 

Teriniiial 

Restaurant 



New Market St. is between Front 

and Second Sts., above Vine 

We have opened a new yard 

at 

328-38 New Market Street 

Office: 337 New Market Street 

W. F. NICKEL, Jr. 

Lumber :: ^Ddiveries 



James L. Wilson & Co. 

DRY GOODS 
COMMISSION 
MERCHANTS 

239 CHESTNUT STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 



Keystone Phone, Main 3731 



Bell Phone, Market 3723 



PHONES: Bell, Market 474-Kevstone, Main 2829 



POTTASH BROS. 

Dealers and Manufacturers of 

BURLAP BAGS 

504-06-08 North American St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

ABSOLUTE 

HAIR CLOTH 

HAIR WILL NOT WORK OUT 

Geo. S. Cox & Bro. Inc. 

Cambria & Ormes Sts. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

SOLE MAKERS OF ABSOLUTE 



Compliments,** 

Isadore ^%)senbtath 
Cart S* Gross 



Henry Bell, President 

Henry Bell, Jr., Vice-President 

Freeman S. Hunsberger, Treasurer 

Bell, Walt & Co. Inc. 

Wholesale 

BOOTS, SHOES and RUBBERS 
28 N. Third St. 



XXXVIII 



FRED'K SABIN & CO., INC. 

HOWARD MILLER, President 

Heating Contractors 

237-39-41 BREAD STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



Bell Phone, Gtn. 4818 



JOHN DEAR 

Carpenter and Builder 

Jobbing Promptly Done 

Shop and Residence, 4544 Greene St. 

Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa. 



Eastern Iron & Netal Co. 

Dealers in 

Scrap Iron, Steel and Metal 

Office and Yard 

2152-54-56 N. Marshall St., Phila. 
Represented by HARRY STAVE 



Both Phones 



Established 1849 



JOSEPH P. WILDE 

Importer of Cheese, Delicacies 
and Fancy Groceries 

Commission Merchant 

825-827 North Second Street 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



SCHNEYER & NESIROV 

Manufacturers of 

Snappy Style Clothes 

For Smart "Dressers 
S. W. Cor. 13th and Arch Sts. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Wm* C, Young 

The Qua.lity, Cash, Wholesale Grocery 
Warehouse 

ntl-t3-t5 North Second Street 



E. Sendrow & Sons 



2133 N. Marshall Street 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Max Weinroth 

Hosiery, Notions, Underwear, Etc. 
308 Market Street 



MALLALIEU & CONREY 

JOBBERS 

Agricultural Implements and Supplies 

GASOLINE ENGINES 

1816 MARKET STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



BIBERMAN BROS. 

Manufacturers of 

WASH DRESSES 

N. W. Cor. 23d and Chestnut Streets 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

FOREST PARK 

Don't forget to look us up when 
your church, lodge or club is 
looking for a day's outing. : : 

ISAAC FUNK ESTATE 
Chalfout, Pa. 



RUBIN & KRAMER 

TK.ubber and Metals 



834 NORTH 3RD STREET 



XXXIX 



Notor Trucks, Kerosene Tractors and other Implements 



International Harvester Co. of America 

(INCORPORATED) 

216-18-20 No. 23rd St. 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Railway and Contractors' Equipment 
New and Second Hand Machinery- 



Structural Iron 
Wrought Iron Washers 



HENRY A. HITNER'S SONS CO. 

Iron, Steel and Metals 

Huntingdon Street and Aramingo Avenue 
PHILADELPHIA. PA. 



A. W. VANDEGRIFT 

President 

NELSON M. VANDEGRIFT 

Vice-Pres. 

F. W. HUDTWALCKER 

Sec. and Treas. 

Keystone and Bell Telephones 

SHE!? & VANDEGRIFT, Inc. 

LUMBER AND MILL WORK 

814-832 NORTH LAWRENCE ST. 
PHILADELPHIA 

Poplar, Bass, Chestnut, Oak, Planing, 
Re-Sawing, Moulding 

The Powell Knitting Co. 

Manufacturers of 

Seamless Hosiery 

Hosiery of eVery description 

Hill and Office, 28th tad Parrish Sts. 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Agents 

New York 346 Broadway 

Chicago Medinah Bldg. 

London 32 Gresham St. 

Philadelphia 18 So. 10th St. 

Boston 12 West St. 

Dublin 2 Talbot St. 



BODENSTEIN & 
KUEMMERLE, Inc. 

HIGH GRADE 

CHAIRS 

T>ining and 'Bedroom 

PHILADELPHIA 



John Blood & Co, 

(INCORPORA TED) 
Manufacturers of 

HOSIER Y 

7th and Somerset Streets 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



XL 



BELL PHONE. KENSINGTON 361 






Wool Pullers 

ONTARIO ST., BI:L0W RICHMOND ST. 
PHILADELPHIA 

TELEPHONE CONNECTIONS 

Simon Sionsky & Co. 

DEALERS IN 

Woolen and Worsted Waste 

Worsted and Woolen Knit Stock 

933-35 K Front Street Philadelphia, Pa. 

Fred. Pearson (SL Co. Inc. 

ManayunK, PHiladelpHia 



MANUFACTURERS 
OF 



PLPSH 



FOR EVERY 
PURPOSE 



Frank H. Stewart Electric Co. 



Electrical Supplies 

37 ard 39 North Seventh Street 
Old Mint Bldg. Philadelphia 

Weimar Brothers 

Manufacturers of 

Tapes, Bindings and 

Narrow Fabrics 



2046-48 AMBER STREET 
Philadelphia 



H. TOGGWEILER 

HEATERS 

RANGES 

ROOFING 

3120 RIDGE AVE. 

Bell Phone, Kens. 502 

^be 3frtt3 (Tompanip 

Manufacturers of 

Absolutely Pure Beef Scraps 
for Poultry 

ONTARIO & BRABANT STREETS 

(East of Richmond St.) 
PHILADELPHIA 



XLI 



NEW YORK Bell Lombard 32-12 CHICAGO 
BOSTON ST. LOUIS 

SAMUEL CRAMER 

MANUFACTURER OF 
MISSES AND JUNIOR 

CLOAKS, SUITS AND SKIRTS 

514 MARKET STREET 
PHILADELPHIA PA. 



'Anti-Pluie" 
Rain Proofing 



"De Luxe" 
Permanent Lustre 



THE SCHWARZWAELDER CO. 

HARRY M. DANNENBAUM Pres. 6c Gen. Mgr. 

Rubberizers, Examiners, Spongers 

and Water Proofers 

Cold Water Sponging Fabric Rubberizing 

Established 1850 

301-303 CHERRY ST., Philadelphia, Pa. 



"ABOVE ALL" 

BOLD CIGAR 
5c. 

PHONE. PARK 890 

LEO LIEBER 

Originator of 

Crimped Chocolates 

854 N. Eighth St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



EZRA LEVINSON 

Wrapping Paper, Envelopes, 
Paper Bags, Twine, Etc. 

26 SoutK FiftK Street 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Bell and Keystone Phones 



Phone Walnut G683 TORIC LENSES 

See Speare to See Ri^ht 

SPEARE OPTICAL CO. 

Optometrists and Opticians 

Kryptok Invisible Bifocals 

S. E. Cor. TentK and ArcK Sts. 
PKiladelpKia, Pa. 

COMPLIMENTS OF 
Haverford Cycle Co. 

503 MARKET STREET 

ROBERT L. LATIMER & CO. 

Mill, Mine, Elevator, Conveyor 

and Pow^er Transmission 

Machinery and Supplies 

24 & 26 North Front Street 

PHILADELPHIA 

Bell Long Distance Phone, Market, 829 
Keystone Phone Main, 308 '«° 

I. N. SIMON & SON 

Growers and importers of 

HIGH GRADE SEEDS For 
Market Gardeners and Shippers 

438 /IDarftet St. - Philadelphia 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

Hotel Bryson 

12th and Market Streets 



PHILADELPHIA 



XLII 



PHILADELPHIA FARMERS' 
SUPPLY COMPANY 

1918 MARKET ST.. PHILA. 

Osborne Har-vesttng Machinery 
and Tillage Implements 

20th Century Manure Spreaders 

All supplies for Farm, Garden 

and Dairy 



BOYERTOWN BURIAL 
CASKET CO. 

Bronze^ Metallic, Hardwood 

and Cloth-covered Caskets, 

Robes and Linings 

Phila., Pa. Boyertown, Pa- 
New York, N. Y. 



Bell Phone, Lombard 125 

Wiener & Poliner 

Manufacturers of 

Men's, Youths' and Children's 
Clothing 

4J6 Market St., 411 Ludlow St. 

o, r Belmont 6995 

Pfiones : j ^^^^ 25 

S. MARGOLIS 

Dealer in 

COAL AND ICE 

Office and Yard 

48TH AND PARKSIDE AVE. 

Philadelphia 



Agent for RUSSWIN Hardware 
Russell & Erwin Mfg. Go. 

ADOLPH SOEFFING & CO. 
Hardware 

833 ARCH STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



F. BRECHT'S SONS 

Cigfar Box Manufacturers 
109-113 N. Orianna Street 
Philadelphia 

HARRY R. RUST 

Manufacturer of 

Interior Hardwood Fittings 

Office and Store Work 

Fine Furniture, Wood Mantels 

Steam Saw Mill 

724 and 726 Ludlow Street 
41 North Hutchinson Street 

New York Show Room 

1270 BROADWAY. ROOM 410 

Phone: Madison Square 7823 

ALEX. E. BASS 
MANUFACTURING CO. 

MAKERS OF 
CHILDREN'S DRESSES 

Office and Factory Philadelphia, Pa. 

Army and Navy 

Store Company 
Military Goods 

225 MARKET STREET 

N. CRAMER & SONS 

Manufacturers of 

Metropolitan Bldg. 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



XLIII 



Corbin Cabinet 
Lock Co. 

52 N. SIXTH STREET 
Philadelphia, Pa» 

Factories, New Britain, Conn. 

Bell Phone, Kensington 256 Keystone Phone, Park 319 

PHILIP L. SHEERR 

Manufacturer of 

HAIR CLOTH 

Drawn Hair 

HOWARD STREET below BERKS 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Carnwath, Bell & Co. 

"PACKING "BOX 
SMANUFACTURER 

6 1 3 and 6 1 5 Cherry Street 

608 and 6 1 Quarry Street 

Phone Philadelphia 

Thomas H. Wilson, Inc. 

Manufacturer of 

FINE WOJK,STEDS 

1420-1432 N. Howard Street 
Philadelphia 



Compli'merits of 

Chabrow Bros. 



John E. Davidson 

Orianna *Bleach 
Works 

2560-62-64 N. Third Street 

Lou s Stecher 

420-22-24 

Market Stree 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Bell Phone, Poplar 2S04 
Keystone, Race 4265-4266 

Edward J. Schoettle Co. 

PAVER SOXES & 
MAILING TUBES 

3 North 11th Street 

Established 1885 

gnatius Haaz & ^ro* 

Manufacturers of 

Sample Cards and Sample Books 

404-412 Brown Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Market 1403 Telephones Park 477 

J. G. GRIEB&SONS 

Wholesale 

SHOES and RUBBERS 

53t Market Street 
Philadelphia 



XLIV 



The Model Shop 

Exclusive Millinery 

1333 Columbia Avenue 

Philadelphia 

Irene E. Harris 

Cleaners and Dyers 

Keystone Wardrobe Co. 

1702 Columbia Avenue 

Ladies' and Gents' Suits Our Specialty 

Gloves Cleaned . r~, ,. o ■ 

7 and 1 Cents ^^^° iJelivery Service 

Samuel Springer, "Proprietor 

Poplar 1435 Ask About Contract System 

Charles A. Sadler R. E. Sadler 

Established 1S68 
Member of Pliiladelptila Real Estate Board, Inc., Fenna., 1908 

William Sadler's Sons 

Successors to William Sadler 

Real Estate BroKers 

Insvirance 

Houses Boughtf Sold and l^ented 

Care of Esiafes a Specialty 

1526 Columbia Ave., Philadelphia 

Paper Hangings Frescoing 

Painting Wall Fabrics Grilles 

Wood Carpets Window Shades 

Room Mouldings 

William H. Ward 

Artistic Wall Decorations 

S. E. Cor. 15th and Oxford Streets 
Philadelphia 

Bell Phone, Poplar 1147 



ANCRE CHEESE 

In Tin Foil Packages 

P. E. SHARPLE8S CO. 



F-KIEDMAN'S 

Take pleasure in aiiiioiiiicing that 
they are now located in their new 
building-, 1637 W. Columbia 
A.venue, where a full line of 
Gowns, Coats, Suits and Millinery 
awaits your inspection. 

A. FRIEDMAN 

Formerly 

1625 W. Columbia Avenue 



FEJWNEK 
I>KUGS 

Visit mt! new store at 
2032 N. 'Broad 

Phone: Diamond 4788 

FRED. H. POWELL 

Plitmbtng-B^attng 
1811 Columbia Ave. 

PHILADELPHIA 

Emanuel Spitz 

Choice Meat Market 
Poultry and Game 

8tK and Jefferson Sts. 

PHiladelphia, Pa. 

PHILADELPHIA'S 
BEST BREAD 



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sow 
QUAKER 

BRAND 

Clover and Timophy 

SEED 

OVER 99,'<% PURE 
THE 

Hastings & Mcintosh Truss Co. 

Manufacturers of all kinds of 
Hard Rubber, Leather Covered and Elastic 

TRUSSES 

Sole Makers of the Celebrated 

Dr. Mcintosh Natural Uterine Supporter 

For Home and Export Trade 

Abdominal and Uterine Supporters 

Shoulder Braces, Crutches, Elastic Hosiery 

and Body Belts 

912 Walnut Street - Philadelphia, U. S. A. 



Gold Seal 

The Best American Champagne 

MAX LAIB 

501 Bourse : Phila., Pa. 



BOTH PHONES 

The Antique Shops of 

J. M. WINTROB 

918-926 Pine Street 
PHILADELPHIA 

Rare Old Pieces, Oddities 

Skillfully Reproduced 

DIAMONDS 

Direct from the diamond cutters, saving 
you at least one third. 

WATCHES 

All standard makes at approximately 
one half regular retail prices. 

JEWFLRY 

Most complete stock in this city — prices 
much lower than elsewhere. 

I. PRESS & SONS 

Cor. 8th and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia 



JUNGMANN'S 

BEEF, WINE AND IRON 



50c 



FULL PINTS 
NONE BETTER 



Jun^mann's Dru^ Store 
Fourth and Noble Streets 



Hoffman-Corr Mfg. Co. 

Ask Your Dealer and insist on having your 
Awnings made from 

Hoffman Gold Medal Brand 
Awning Stripes 

Largest Rope and Twine House in the World. 
Contractors to the Government. 



312 Market St. 
150 Duane St. 



Philadelphia 

New York 



O. FUHRMANN 

Htgttna Slabiga' ulatlor 

1507 NORTH FIFTEENTH STREET 



Factory, Burlington, Iowa 

Mississippi Pearl 
Button Compaiiy 

Salesroom, 1017 Arch St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

p. LAUBER 



Harry Linsk 8 Co. 

Metropotifan Building 
Philadelphia 



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Compliments of 

Mr. and Mrs. M. Myers 
2853 Tulip Street 

Compliments of 

H. Capiat! 



BELL PHONE 



KEYSTONE PHONE 



CRAMER & SHERR 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Trunks, Suit Cases and Bags 

429-447 Moyer Street near East Girard 

BANK AND OFFICE PARTITIONS 

JOHN E. SJOSTROM CO. 

INCORPORATED 

CABINET MAKERS 
1719 N. 10th St. PhiladelpKia 



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Conkling-Armstrong Terra Cotta Go. 

Manufacliirers of 

Architectural Terra Cotta Work 

PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

Telephone Office, Nicetow Phila., Pa 

CHARLES GROSS 

PASTEURIZED 

Milk and Cream 

2123 Westmoreland St., Philadelphia 

IF YOU COME TO TIOGA, SEE 

THE-MAN-ON-THE-SPOT 




CHARLES W. RUETER 

Everything in 1 7na T" C. 

Real Estate \ J\)J 1 lOga Otreet 



D. A7LAS 



Compliments of 

Dr. Ellis Levy 



Compliments of 

S. HOWELL 



N. Halpert 

714 Sansom Street 



j\. BerKman 

6623 Greene Ave. 
GermantoAvn 



Aaron Gans 

Powers- Weightman- 
Rosengarten Co, 

Joseph Thomas 



j P ETTiCOAT 1 



Sold Everywhere 



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UNION NATIONAL BANK 

PHILADELPHIA 



Capital, Surplus and 
Undivided Profits $1,050, 




Resources 

$13,000,000 

/. 5. McCULLOCH, President 

T. H. CONDERMAN, Vice-President 

LOUIS N. SPIELBERGER, 

Vice-President and Cashier 
SAMUEL CAMPBELL, Assistant Cashier 

O. STUART WHITE, Assistant Cashier 

FREDERICK FAIRLAMB, Assistant Cashier 



PROMPT AND EFFICIENT SERVICE IN 
HANDLING ALL BUSINESS EN- 
TRUSTED TO OUR CARE 



The Pen-Dar Consumer 

A New and Safe Idea 

Made entirely of galvanized Wire and Iron, almo^ 
indestrudlible, used for Burning Waste Paper and 
other combu^ble material; also a neat Basket for Wa^e 
Paper, Leaves, etc. 

No. 1, 20 in. diameter X 30 in. high $3.00 

No. 2, 17 in. diameter X 25 in. high 2.00 

No. 3, 14 in. diameter X 21 in. high 1.80 

No. 4, 12 in. diameter X 18 in. high 1.50 

We also manufadlure Wire Cloth, Wire and Iron 
Work, Wire Garden Furniture, Trellis and Flower Bed 
Border, Lawn and Poultry Fencing and Gates. Every- 
thing in Wire and Iron. 




Pen-Dar Leaf Racks 

Used on wheelbarrows with removable 
sides, for gathering leaves, cut grass and rub- 
bish; capacity, I bushels; made of galvanized 
wire, bolted to a wooden case. 

Price (not including wheelbarrow), $4.00 

Ask for Catalog of what you may want 

MANUFACTURED BY 




f^l JFVl_ftO /^ ¥ Address Department 

Edward Darby & Sons Co., Inc., 233 & 235 Arch st 



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Bell Phone, Diamond 7498-99 Keystone Phone, Park 979 



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Emanuel Asher & Son 

Undertakers 



and 



Embalmers 



1 602 Diamond St. Philadelphia 



Atlantic City, 1619 Pacific Avenue 

Phone, Bell 570 

Residence, 1906 Erie Avenue 

Residence Phone, Tioga 3239 

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Columbia Avenue Trust Company 

BROAD AND COLUMBIA AVENUE 

Capital Paid in - _ - . $400,000.00 
Surplus and Undivided Profits (^earned) $500,000.00 

PATRONAGE SOLICITED 

SYL. A. LEITH, President WM. ALLEN, Vice-President 

, WM. A. CARLILE, Secretary and Treasurer 

When Dissatisfied with Your Work, Try 

Forre^ Laundry 

1221=23=25 Columbia AVenue 

LACE CURTAINS and FLOOR LINENS a Specialty 

BOTH PHONES 

A. H. GARFIELD 

MAMUFACTURING ILADIES' TAILOR 
25 SOUTH 8th street 

TAILOR-MADE GARMENTS AT READY-MADE PRICES 

We invite your inspection of an unusual display of distinctive 
garments. Manufacturers' sample suits designed by noted 
Parisian Fashion Creators, $25 up^ 'values to $75, 

^o'ja less than any high-grade specialty shop 

Telephone Connection 

George D. CIopp 

Ma.nufactux*er of 

IRON and STBEL WORK 

OFFICE A.ND 'WOV.TX.S 

3717-19-21-23 FILBERT STREET 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

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THE TENTH NATIONAL BANK 

OF 

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 

1645 NORTH BROAD STREET 

Capital, $200,000.00 Surplus, $100,000,000 

Accounts Solicited 

President Vice-President Cashier 

WALTER SCOTT CHARLES CLASS JOHN F. BAUDER 

IN WAR OR PEACE 

"ARISTOCRAT" 

AND 

"CLASS & NACHOD LAGER" 

are Always Good 

THE CLASS & NACHOD BREWING CO., Philadelphia, Pa. 

'YT'OUR assurance of prompt delivery and 
^ courteous service, in addition to the perfect 
w^ay \ve launder your linens, makes this laundry 
worth your serious consideration. 



NEPTUNE LAUNDRY 

15th AND COLUMBIA AVE. 



PHILADELPHIA 



LOUIS FELBER, Prop. AUTOMOBILE NECESSITIES 

SERVICE AND COURTESY OUR AIM 

FELBER'S GARAGE 

4813-25 WAYNE AVENUE 

GERMANTOWN ..... PHILADELPHIA 

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Louis MagQziner Victor Eberhard 

cArchiteds 

603 Chestnut Street Philadelphia 



Bell Phone Keystone Phone 

AUGUST GEIGER 

Heating and Contracting 
Engineer 

Steam and Hot Water Healing 
114 North Sixth Street 



W. Bodek Co, 

HOSIERY 

53-55 North Third St. 

PHILADELPHIA 



THE JEWISH EXPONENT 

DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE 

Representative of the Jewish Institutions and welcomed in the Jewish Home 

Published Every Friday Subscription Price, S3.00 Annum 

Philadelphia Office, 608 Chestnut Street 

Baltimore Office, 120 Aisquith Street 



Thomas Bonsall LeRoy C. Bonsall 

Win. S. BoosalPs Sons 

FURNACES 

RANGES 

ROOFING 

Roofing, Furnace and Range 
Supplies. Light and Heavy 
Sheet Iron Work. Ventilating 

Repair Work a Specialty 

Bell Phone, Baring 13-22 Keystone, West 45-49 A 

3824-26 Market St, Philadelphia, Pa. 

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North Penn Bank 

Twenty-ninth and Dauphin Streets 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



2 per cent interest on check accounts on 
balance of $100 or over. 

3% per cent interest on saving fund ac- 
counts. 

Every courtesy extended consistent with 
safe banking. 

. Your account is solicited. 

LOUIS H. MICHEL, President R. T. HOYER, Cashier 

Owen Letter's Sons 



BEST COAL 



MAIN YARD 

Trenton Avenue and Westmoreland Street 




Don't Rent or Buy a 
House Unless it is 
Wired for Electricity 

YOU wouldn't rent or buy a house that did 
not have running water or an adequate 
heating system. 

Neither can you afford to live in a house without an 
adequate and economical lighting system. Electric lighting 
is, all things considered, the most economical, if you use 

Mazda Lamps 

By equipping all your sockets with Mazda lamps, you get 
three times as much illumination for the same money, to say 
nothing of the improved quality of the light. Remember 
that our Lighting Service Department is at your disposal, 
without charge or obligation, in planning the illumi- 
nation of your home or any building in which you are 

interested. // your house is not wired for Electricity, 
you will be interested in our deferred pay- 
ment wiring plan. Send Sor the details 



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