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TWENTY- FIFTH 

ANNUAL REPORT 



OF 



The National Farm 
School 



Farm School 
Bucks County 
Pennsylvania 



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NOVEMBER, 1922 



Officers of The National Farm School 
1922-1923 



LOCAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

President 

JOSEPH KRAUSKOPF 

4715 Pulaski Avenue, Germantown 



Vice-President 
HARRY B. HIRSH 



Treasurer 
ISAAC H. SILVERMAN 



Secretary 
Miss E. M, BelIvEfield 

Field Secretaries 
Miss A. M. Abrahamson Wm. Abrahamson 

Mrs. Miriam Isaacs 
Office : 808 Denckla Building, Philadelphia 

HONORARY MEMBERS 
(Having served for ten consecutive years) 
Hart Blumenthai, Daniel Gimbel Leon Merz 

Adolph Eichholz Harry B. Hirsh Bernard Selig 

Harry Feeix Morris A. Kaufmann I. H. Silverman 

Simon Friedberger Alfred M. Klein Jos. N. Snellenburg 



Herbert D. Allman 
Henry S. Belber 
Henry Bronner 
David Burpee 
A. J. Feldman 
Morris Fleishman 



ELECTED MEMBERS 

A M. Greenfield 
Roy a. Heymann 
J. H. Hinlein 
Bernard Kohn 
M. R. ICrauskopf 
Angelo Myers 
Louis Nusbaum 

Accountant to the School 
Alfred M. Gross 



NATIONAL AUXILIARY BOARD 



Leon Rosenbaum 
Richard Spillane 
Philip Sterling 
Eugene M. Stern 
George Wheeler 
John Zimmerman 



Max A. Adler Rochester, N. Y. 

Daniel Alexander .Salt Lake City, Utah 

Gov. M. Alexander Boise, Idaho 

Henry Beer New Orleans, La. 

Melvin Behrends ...Washington, D. C. 

I. "W. Bernheim Louisville, Ky. 

Harry S. Binswanger ...Richmond, Va. 

Nathan Eckstein Seattle, Wash. 

Maurice Freiberg Cincinnati, Ohio 

Samuel Friedheim Rock Hill, S. C. 

Milton D. Greenbaum ...Baltimore, Md. 
Mrs. H. A. Guinzburg. .New York, N. Y. 
Julian A, Hillman ..Atlantic City, N. J. 



A. Hirshheimer La Crosse, Wis. 

Henry A. James Doylestown, Pa. 

Charles Kline Allentown, Pa. 

Albert C. Lehman Pittsburgh, Pa. 

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 Buffalo, N. Y. 

Morris Weil Lincoln, Neb. 

Samuel D. Wise Cleveland, Ohio 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



THE FACULTY 



JOSEPH KRAUS'KOPF, D. D., 

President 

BERNHARD OSTROLENK, M. Sc, M. A., Ph. D., 

Director, Instructor in Farm Management and Rural 
Sociology 

J. L. CAMPBELL, B. Sc, 

Governor and Purchasing Agent. Instructor in Mathematics 

OTTO A. STANGEL, B. Sc, M. Sc, 
Instructor in Agriculture and Superintendent of Farms 

CECIL J. TOOR, 
Instructor in Poultry Culture 

HENRY SCHMIEDER, B. Sc, 
Instructor in Biology 

DAVID M. PURMELL, B. Sc, 
Instructor in Horticulture 

MORRIS' MAYER, 
Instructor in Floriculture 

W. H. BOSWELL, A. B., M. A., 
Instructor in English and History 

WESLEY MASSINGER, D. V. S., 
Instructor in Veterinary Science and Farm Hygiene 

ELIA9 NUSBAUM, 
Instructor in Applied Electricity 

S. J. MARX, C. P. A., 
Instructor in Farm Accounts 

REBECAH CHURCHMAN, B. Sc, 
Matron 

WALTER J. GROMAN, 

HARMAN KRAFT, 
Foremen of Home Farm 

HOWARD F. YOUNG, 
Foreman, Schoenfeld Memorial Farm No. j 

OTTO WENGER, 
Post Graduate Manager, Hellman Farm 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

STANDING COMMITTEES 

1922-1923 



'1 Educational 

Louis Nusbaum, Chairman 



Hart Blumenthal 
Adolph Eichholz 
A. J. Feldman 
H. B. Hirsh 
Henry A. James 
M. A. Kaiifmann 



A. M. Klein 
Bernard Kohn 
Leon Merz 

B. Selig 
Philip Sterling 
George Wheeler 



Financial 
H. B. Hirsh, Chairman 



H. D. Allman 
Hart Blumenthal 
Henry Brenner 
Adolph Eichholz 
Morris Fleishman 
A. M. Greenfield 
Roy A. Heymann 
J. H. Hinlein 



A. M. Klein 
Leon Merz 

B. Selig 

L H. Silverman 
J. N. Snellenburg 
Richard S'pillane 
E. M. Stern 



Domestic 
E. M. Stern, Chairman 



H. D. Allman 
Henry S. BeLber 
Hart Blumenthal 
David Burpee 
Morris Fleishman 
Julian A. Hillman 
Bernard Kohn 



M. R. Krauskopf 
Leon Merz 
Angelo Myers 
Leon Rosenbaum 
B. Selig 
John Zimmerman 



LADIES' AUXILIARY COMMITTEE 

Associated with the Local Board 

Mrs. Bernard Kohn, Chairwoman Mrs. L. H. Heimerdinger, Treasurer 
Mrs. Morris Bernstein, Secretary 



Mrs. H. Bayersdorfer 
Mrs. H. S. Behal 
Mrs. D. BerHzheimer 
Mrs. B. B. Bloch 



Mrs. Gabriel Blum Mrs. H. B. Hirsh 

Mrs. Wm. Cauffman Mrs. D. Kirschbaum 

Mrs. H. M. Dannenbaum Mrs. L. U. Marks 

Mrs. Sara Goldsmith Mrs. S. Rosenau 

HONORARY MEMBERS 



Mrs. a. Fi^eisher, Mrs. A. M. Klein, Mrs. R. B. Schoneman, 
Honorary Chairwomen 



Mrs. A. J. Bamberger 
IMrs. J. Guckenheimer 



Miss Frieda Jonas 
Mrs. Jos. Krauskopf 



Mrs. H. Rosenthal 
Mrs. L H. Silverman 
Mrs. M. S'ycle 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



TWENTY-FIVE YEARS— AND AFTER 



ADDRESS 

BY 
THE REV. DR. JOSEPH KRAUSKOPF 

Founder and President of 

THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

ON THE OCCASION OF ITS TWENTY-FIFTH SUCCOTH HARVEST PILGRIMAGE 
, OCTOBER 15, 1922 



iSomewhere, some poet said "every anniversary is the dis- 
pelling of a dream." Back of this utterance there may have 
Day of Re- been sad experiences. Our experience since the 

joicing:. founding of The National Farm School, twenty- 

five years ago last June, has been far more favorable. Each an- 
nual gathering recorded a nearer fulfillment of the dream we 
cherished. We knew when we started that in the history of 
a project so radically new as the Farm School the time-element 
must not be stressed too hard. The sinking in of new thoughts 
is a very slow process, often requiring centuries before an endur- 
ing impression is made upon the masses. To have accomplished 
as much as this Farm School has in so short a space of time, 
spells to a historian not a "dispelling of a dream," but a very 
near realization of it. 

We knew that we would have to travel a difficult road when 
we entered upon this new enterprise, and we found it as difficult 
Past Doubt as we had expected. Many were the obstacles that 

Reco^nmon"** wcrc placcd in our way. Frequent were the times 

Gained. wlieu the epithets "dreamers," "visionaries," 

were hurled at us for attempting what then seemed absurd, that 
of trying to make farmers of city lads. Small was the number 
of those who attended the Opening Exercises twenty-five years 
ago, and these, for the most part, attended more as a compliment 
to the Projector of the School than as approvers of it. Last 
June an audience that numbered many thousands was in attend- 
ance, whose enthusiasm was yet larger than their numbers, who 



6 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

gathered here from far and near to listen to speakers who ranked 
among the foremost, to men such as Adolph S. Ochs, the distin- 
guished publisher of the "New York Times"; Samuel Vauelain, 
the President of the Baldwin Locomotive Works; Irvin S. Cobb, 
the world-renowned author and lecturer; Emile Berliner, the in- 
ventor; our former Minister to Japan, the Hon. Roland S. Mor- 
ris ; former Grovernor of Pennsylvania, Hon. Edwin S. Stuart ; 
and a number of other men of light and leading, as distinguished 
as those named, each one vying with the other in praise of the 
good and needed work done by the Farm School, and prophesy- 
ing yet greater things to be done by it. 

Today, another large concourse of people has assembled to 

behold the partial fulfillment of the prophecy made four 

short months ago : the dedication of an Audito- 

ments Prophesy Hum for the accommodatiou of the thousands of 

Yet Greater people that gather here each year; a large Carna- 

Future. . . 

tion House, supplementing our Floricultural 
Plant; three spacious Laying-Houses, supplementing our Poultry 
Plant; all the free-will offerings of friends and believers in the 
work in which we are engaged. These new evidences of the 
hold the School has acquired constitute new prophecies — ^prophe- 
cies that the Farm School's hitherto difficult path is ending, that 
smoother and pleasanter traveling is before it. 

We bear no ill-will toward those who opposed the starting 
of the Farm School, twenty-five years ago, or denied it their sup- 
port after it had started. They were guided by 
Laid Low"*"" their light, as we were guided by ours. They 

needed being convinced of the needfulness of a 
Farm School, and it was up to us to do the convincing. Those 
of them who were of the Jewish faith could not believe that the 
Jew, who is pre-eminently a city-dweller, could be turned into a 
farmer. They had obviously forgotten that the Jew pursued 
scarcely any other calling than that of tilling the soil, cultivat- 
ing orchard and vineyard, shepherding herd and flock, as long- 
as he inhabited Palestine, and that as long as he was thus en- 
gaged, the Holy Land overflowed with grain and fruit, with milk 
and honey. They had forgotten that many of Israel's prophets 
and kings, law-givers and bards, followed the plow, pastured the 
flock, pruned the vine, while leading or shepherding the people. 
They had forgotten that the Jew became a city-dweller only after 
he was driven from his native land, was hounded over the earth, 
was everywhere denied the right of tilling the soil, Avas com- 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 7 

pelled by cruel law to live in tlie cities and engage in trade. They 
did not know then, what is common knowledge today, that wher- 
ever the Jew re-enters npon his ancient pursuit, he proves him- 
self, within a short time, as fit for agriculture as does the de- 
scendant of a long and unbroken line of rural ancestry, that mix- 
ing thrift and brain with brawn, he soon succeeds in making a 
satisfactory living out of the soil, as witnessed today by the 
Zionists on Palestinian lands which the Arab had long neglected 
and abused, or by the American Jewish farmers in the New 
England -States, where they provide the population of New York 
and Boston with a considerable portion of their daily dairy and 
poultry needs. 

Others there were who based their objection to the Farm 

School on different grounds. To them it seemed the height of 

stupidity to expect foovs, born and bred in 

Charge Common . . o i '^ 

That City Lads crowdcd citics, to forsake the attractions of the 
Will Not Follow Q[iy^ and isolate themselves in the countrv, at the 

Agriculture. . n i n • i 

very time when boys, born and bred m the coun- 
try, were deserting it by the thousands. Farm-life, these objectors 
declared, has no attraction for the wide-awake city boy. There 
is neither money nor pleasure nor honor in it. As a calling, it is 
doomed. How and where and by whom food is to be gotten 
when the farmer does not furnish it, how a nation can hope to 
endure, can hope to preserve its moral stamina, without a healthy 
and happy peasantry back of it, these questions did not seem to 
bother the objectors. 

There were, however, those who looked deeper and further 
into the matter. They were students of history and of econom- 
ics. They remembered the decline and fall of 

Evils of City . "^ . 

Congestion cmpircs wliicli ail attitude such as that of the 

Recognized by objectors had brought about in the past. They 

Economists. 

remembered that it was the congestion of the 
city and the desertion of the farm that caused the fall of ancient 
Home. They recalled riots and rebellions and revolutions caused 
by want of bread. They looked into the moral and mental and 
physical diseases of present-day society, they inquired into the 
causes of the bitter contention between labor and 'capital, into the 
why and wherefore of the spread of tuberculosis, of the growth 
of atheism, anarchy, and crime. Tracing each, step by step, 
every inquiry brought the same answer: City Congestion and 
Farm Desolation. 

They saw but one remedy, the raising against the loud cry: 
''Forward to the City!" a yet louder cry: "Back to the Farm! 



8 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

Back to the broad and sunlit acres of the coun- 
The Remedy. ^^.^ , g^j^jj ^q where there is food enough, and 

work enough, and health enough, and happiness enough, for all ! 
Back to the pure and simple life which the founders and pioneers 
of our country lived, and which made possible the greatness 
of our Nation! Away from icity-snares and temptations, from 
city-exhaustions and breakdowns, from city vices and pollutions ! 
Back to nature, and, through nature, to nature's God!" 

To that proposition we heard tAvo answers, one, bitter and 

derisive; the other, feeble and plaintive; the former coming, for 

the most part, from the prosperous of the cities, 

^^^ ^JV* **'*'^ from those whose fortunes were coined out of 

City Submerged. 

the sweat and heart's blood of the city slaves, 
who branded the advocates of a return of the submerged of the 
cities "Disturbers of the Peace," "Meddlers and Mischief Mak- 
ers," "Disseminators of Discontent Among the Laboring People." 
The other, the feeble voice, said: "Prepare ye the way for us, 
and we will come. Hasten, for we see nothing. but misery and 
demoralization before us in the Ghettos and slums. We have 
not the means to make our way to the ^country by ourselves. 
Even if we had, we know not how to farm. Take our sons and 
teach them, and when they shall have learned they will lead us 
out of bondage into freedom, out of misery into happiness." 

I was of those who were deepl}^ stirred by that call, and re- 
solved to do what I could in answer to it. I was greatly 
strengthened in my resolution by a lengthy dis- 
Toistors cussion of that problem with the late farmer- 

Admonition. ^ 

philosopher, Leo Tolstoi, upon his farm in Rus- 
sia. I had pilgrimaged to him for help to check the enforced im- 
migration to our shores of hundreds of thousands of refugees 
from Russian persecution. "I cannot end the Jew's misery in my 
country," said he, "but you can end it in your country. There is 
but one cure for these unfortunates. Do not allow Ghettos to 
spring up in your land. Ghettos invite slavery, poverty, discon- 
tent, labor troubles, godlessness, lawlessness, moral and mental 
and physical disease. You have broad acres and rich soil, more 
than you know what to do with. Millions of your acres lie idle, 
your arable land cries loud for workers. Lead the tens of thou- 
sands of people that congest and corrupt your cities to your idle, 
fertile, lands, and you will bless not only them but your country, 
and spread a good name for your people throughout other lands, 
for, all the world honors and protects the bread-producer and is 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 9 

eager to welcome liim. Begin with the young, and the old will 
follow." 

Thus spoke Tolstoi, When parting from him he placed his 

hands upon my shoulders, and looking with his deep penetrating 

eyes into mine, he pledged me to do the work 

11^^**^'*^* *** in my country which he did in his. The pledge 

he asked I gave, and gave it with all my heart. 

That was in the summer of 1894, Shortly after my return, 
I entered upon founding the Farm iSchool. I approached a 
First ste s in number of wealthy people on the subject, from 
rounding the whom I obtained no money, no encouragement, 

^*''"'"^* but plenty of advice to keep my hands off so 

foolish an undertaking. I appealed to the public at large, for a 
modest starting fund, with yet more discouragement, and yet 
more advice as a result. I learned then what I have learned 
many times since, that when money is needed for a good cause, 
nothing is generally given as liberally as advice. 

Hoping that, where the written or printed appeal failed, the 

spoken word might succeed, I journeyed from city to city, as far 

as the Pacific Coast, and succeeded in raising 

$30,000 Raised ^ ^ $6,500. To this I added the little 

for Its Estab- ' 

lishment In Saving Fund of my own, $3,500. AVith the 

country $10,000 tlius obtained, I purchased our First 

Farm of 125 acres. The first step toward a 
Farm School having been taken, recognizing the need of a build- 
ing for the housing of students, and for the instruction of them,, 
I started on a second pilgrimage in the interest of the Farm 
School, traversed other sections of our land, and returned with 
a second $10,000, which was immediately spent on the erection 
of the first of our buildings. Pioneer Hall. Possessing farm and 
building, there was need of money for equipment of them as well 
as of money for the maintenance of a faculty, for the keep of 
the students, it having been resolved that these, irrespective of 
creed, were to receiA^e not only their education, but also board, 
lodging, clothing, etc., free of all cost to them. And so, forth I 
went for the third time, and after a journey of many thousand 
more miles brought back enough money to equip the farm, fur- 
nish the building, engage an instructor, install the household, and 
enough annual membership-promises to render safe the opening 
of the School. That assurance was somewhat strengthened by 
the resolve that to it would be devoted thereafter fees received 
by me for lectures, marriages, funerals, and the like. 



10 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

In the meantime, more and more believers in the cause began 
rallying around ns, and on June 20, 1897, less than three years 
' o enin of after I had given my pledge to Count Tolstoi, 

School June the Scliool was opened with eight students, a 

*' ^*^'* small equipment of implements and stock, and 

a faculty of one instructor and a helper, myself volunteering my 
service as instructor in non-agricultural subjects. 

It was ditficult running at first, yet we ran. Wherever we 
turned, we felt the lack of funds. We would not borrow, that 

Our Difficulties ^^^ ^^^^ '^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ resolutious made, and from 
in Those Early which We have uot deviated to this day. We 
^*^*' were often obliged to put our hands into our 

pockets to meet current bills. Men who could have helped looked 
on, some with pity at our folly, others with glee because we had 
not heeded their advice. 

These as well as the others began measuring it for funeral 
shrouds. Weak as it was in material wealth, it was spunky in 
School Pros- spirit. It refused to die. With every year it 

pared and Ex- gained uew Strength, new appreciation, new 

panded Notwith- tttt • • -i ■, 

standing iricnds. It livcd because it recognized that it 

Detractors. j^^jj g, pressiugly needed mission to perform. 

And when the graduates began to go forth, and to spread far 
and wide over the land as tillers of the soil, producers of bread, 
more and more of them, year by year, till they numbered by 
the hundreds, friends and supporters grew in leaps and bounds, 
and the voice of its detractors grew fainter and fainter till, to- 
day, it is scarcely audible. 

The one farm has grown into four. 

The faculty of one has grown to eight, supplemented by one 
Its Present assistaut and two foremen assistants. Four mem- 

spiendid bers of the faculty are graduates of the Farm 

Showing. g^^^^^_ 

The student-body of 8 has grown to 130. 

The original 125 acres have grown to 475. 

The original three farm buildings have grown to almost 
tAvo score. 

The one cow has grown into a herd of 83 milking cows, 2 
bulls, 53 head of young stock — 138 head of cattle in all. 

The 2 horses have grown to 27. 

The few chickens then have grown to 1,980 laying hens. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



11 



The harvest of the present year consists of: 



Grain •' 

325 tons of silage. 
5,270 bu. corn. 
1,400 bundles corn fodder. 
394 tons hay. 
630 bu. wheat. 
843 bu. rye. 
3,243 bu. oats. 
Fruit: 

240 bbls. apples. 
72 bbls. pears. 
1,463 baskets peaches. 
Vegetables-' 

1,230 doz. ears sweet corn. 
1,450 bunches asparagus. 
1,453 bu. potatoes. 
Dairy •' 

187,840 qts. milk. 
Poultry Department •' 
8,742 day-old chicks. 
2.243 lbs. fowl. 
3,563 lbs. broilers. 



1,143 pullets. 
12,783 doz. eggs. 

672 doz. hatching eggs. 
893 doz. storage eggs for winter 
use. 
Livestock: 

4 colts. 
35 calves. 
82 head swine. 
Horticultural Department : 

Snapdragons, calla lilies, carna- 
tions, crysanthemums, freezias, 
numerous potted plants, 
amounting to several thousand 
dollars. 
Truck Gardens: 

Carrots, turnips, onions, egg- 
plants, tomatoes, celery, cu- 
cumbers, pumpkins, and other 
vegetables, amounting to more 
than $5,000. 



The plant, which on the day of the opening of the School 
Avas A^alued at about $25,000, is today, conservatively estimated, 
worth $500,000, without a cent of indebtedness upon it. 

Probably the strongest evidence of the public's change of 

sentiment toward us was given last June not only by the large 

turnout of people from far and near, representa- 

Evidences of . n -i • rv t t n t • 

schoors tives of difterent creeds and classes and stations, 

Nation-wide assembled in honor of the Twenty-fifth Anni- 

versary of the Founding of the School, but more 
especially by the Jubilee Fund that was started on that day, un- 
der the leadership of Mr. Harry B. Hirsh, vice-president of the 
School, with a subscription by the Board of Trustees of the 
School of some $50,000. This princely subscription they sup- 
plemented with a pledge that they would increase that amount to 
$200,000 by soliciting subscriptions from other Philadelphians. 
They resolved, moreover, that, with the beginning of fall, they 
would enter upon a nation-wide campaign for $800,000, making 
the Silver Jubilee Fund $1,000,000, one-half of which sum to be 
expended on greatly enlarging and improving the plant, so as 
to enable it to teach and house and care for a student-body many 
times the number hitherto enrolled annually, and the other half 
to be placed in the Endowment Fund, the interest of which is 
to lessen for the Founder the necessity of scampering about for 



12 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

money to keep the Farm School going, as he has been obliged to 
do during the past twenty-five years. 

As fervently as the Founder of the Farm School believed, 
twenty-five years ago, in the people's ultimate recognition and 
support of it, so firmly does he believe today 
Success for Its ^^j^^t bcforc another year shall have sped, every 
Jubilee Fund'''' dollar of the $1,000,000, which the Jubilee Cam- 
Predicated on paigu Committee has taken upon itself to raise, 

in^it.*^* *' "^i^^ have been subscribed. He bases his be- 

lief on what seems to him unerring signs and 
tokens. When more than $30,000 was subscribed for the Farm 
School when it was still but an ideal, when it owned not as much 
as a foot of ground, when not a single student had yet enrolled, 
shall it not succeed in raising $800,000, in addition to the nearly 
$200,000 which Philadelphians have already subscribed, after 
twenty-five years of honorable and useful existence, after it has 
proved that it can do, and do well, what it has undertaken to do, 
after it has won for itself heartiest endorsement of many of the 
foremost expert agriculturists and educators, and other men and 
women of light and leading in all walks of life, after it has 
turned hundreds of its students into practical and scientific farm- 
ers, dairyists, horticulturists, florists, truckists, orchardists, after 
it has opened the way of many others of its students to becom- 
ing instructors and specialists in agriculture, among them such 
men as Dr. Bernhard Ostrolenk, a student at our School from 
1902 to 1906 ; later Director of the Agricultural High School at 
Canby, Minn., and for the past five years the remarkably able 
Director of this .School, his Alma Mater f 

Shall we doubt that the Jubilee Campaign Committee will 
meet with success when The National Farm School counts 
^ ^, _ among its many graduates one as distinguished 

of Its Grad- as Prof. Jacob Taubenhaus, Chief of the Di- 

"**^*- vision of Plant Pathology and Physiology at the 

Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, author of numerous text- 
books on agricultural subjects in use in many of the agricultural 
schools in the land, author of scores of articles in scientific 
magazines, discoverer of a scientific process that bids fair to save 
the cotton crop of Texas ,some $25,000,000 annually ? 

Shall we doubt that the Jubilee Campaign Committee will 
meet with success when the ^School is in frequent receipt of let- 
^ ,^ ^ ,. ters from employers of Farm School graduates, 

On the Satis- j- ^ o ^ 

faction of Their such as the ouc which, a short time ago, it re- 
Empioyers. ccivcd from Scuator Carter Glass, of Virginia, 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 13 

formerly Secretary of the Treasury in President Wilson's Cabi- 
net, reading as follows : 

"Morris Daniels, a graduate of The National Farm School, who has 
been employed as second herdsman at my Montvievv Farms in Virginia, 
resigned his position with me on yesterday in order to take service nearer 
his home, which is at Newark, N. J. It may interest you to know that 
Daniels did his work at Montview Farms in a most satisfactory way. His 
habits were exemplary; his interest in the herd was always keen; he was 
straightforward, truthful and industrious. We all regret that Daniels 
should feel obliged to leave Montview Farms notwithstanding my ofifer to 
increase his wages in order to retain him." 

Shall we doubt that the Jubilee Campaign Committee will 
meet with success when the Farm School receives letters from 
its graduates such as it received the other day from I. Braun- 
stein, of the Class of 1920, employed on a Poultry Farm in 
Stoughton, Mass., reading as follows: 

"I am getting a salary of $160 a month and board. I am certainly glad 
I am in farming. My intention is to stay here till I shall have saved enough 
to go on a farm of my own." 

Or a letter such as that received from Leo Buskin : 

"My work with Haines & Wilcox, Florists and Nurserymen at Bed- 
ford Hills, N. Y., is most gratifying. I am getting $24 weekly, work 8 hours 
daily, have a day off, and go home week ends. I am deeply grateful for all 
that I was taught at the Farm School." 

Or a letter such as that received from Abraham Kroto- 
shinsky, one of the real heroes of the late war, the saviour of 
Col. Whittlesey's "Lost Battalion," who, upon the conclusion of 
the war, entered the Farm School as a student, from which he 
graduated with honors, and after graduation, aided by Mr. 
Nathan Straus of New York, went to Palestine, where he has had 
a small colony assigned to his care by the Jewish Colonization 
Association, and where he is doing splendid work with the men 
under his charge. 

Or a letter such as that received from Lewis I. Fox, telling 
of his employer's great satisfaction with his work, on a Duck 
Ranch in Long Island, of the splendid wages he receives, of hav- 
ing established so good a name for Farm School graduates that 
he was able to find good positions for a number of fellow-gradu- 
ates, and of the good work they are doing, and the good wages 
they are earning. 

Or letters such as those received from Samuel Bobbins, of 
Warrington, Pa,; Jack Goldfield, Norma, N. J., and Charles 
Abrams, Centerville, Md., who during the past year, entered 
upon their own farms, are working them hard, and are looking 
forward to genuine success. 



14 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

Shall we doubt that the Jubilee Campaign Committee will 
meet with success when we consider the handsome gift to the 
„ ^..^ School, four vears ago, in the form of our 

On Gifts ' " . 

Received by spacious and Stately Domestic Hall, costing some 

***'''**"^- $100,000, donated by the Lasker Family, in 

memory of their husband and father, Morris Lasker, of Galves- 
ton, Texas, presentation of which to the School was made by 
the Hon. Mr. Albert Lasker, Chairman of the Shipping Board? 

And if yet more proof were needed for the reasonableness 
of our belief that the Committee will succeed in raising the Sil- 
ver Jubilee Fund of $1,000,000, we would but 
Hon. isador nccd to citc that it has succeeded in securing for 

Sobel, Director ^ 

of the Silver its Campaign Director, the Hon. Mr. Isador Sobel, 

Jubilee Cam- former Congressman of our State, former Post- 

paig:n Fund. _° _ _ ' 

master of his city, the city of Erie, a leader in its 
civic and communal activities, a noted attorney, member of the 
Executive Board of the American Jewish Committee. Notwith- 
standing his busy life at home, notwithstanding the many ex- 
actions made on his time and labor, his love of the Farm School, 
his firm belief in its usefulness and its ability for yet greater 
usefulness if in command of greater resources, he has resolved 
to set aside all other duties and obligations, and devote himself 
for the next six months exclusively to completing the $1,000,000 
Silver Jubilee Fund. 

For several other reasons we believe that every cent of the 
proposed $1,000,000 Farm School Silver Jubilee Fund will be 
^ ., ^ raised. One of them is the need, increasingly 

Failure of _ _ 70.^ 

Mere Paiii- and pressiugly realized in every large city of our 

ative Charity. land, that Something must be done, and speed- 

ily, to lessen the constantly growing need of charity. Never in 
the history of man have such enormous sums been expended, and 
such hosts of people been employed for the alleviation of the sad 
lot of the poor, as at the present time. Millions are added upon 
millions, buildings upon buildings have been erected, organiza- 
tions upon organizations founded for the care and cure of so- 
ciety's diseased and dependent. For the poor we sew and dance 
and play, for them we write and speak and pray, for them we 
beg and scold and legislate — yet the poor continue poor, and 
grow in number. From every direction comes the cry for more 
money, for more workers, for more institutions. 

It could not well have been otherwise. Our intentions were 
good ; our execution was worse than bad. Instead of removing the 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL IS 

Wisdom of iinfortuiiates from the Ghetto, where it Avas but 

Preventive too cvideiit that thcy could remain only to their 

Philanthropy. undoing, We permitted them to remain, and to 

sink deeper and deeper into the quagmires of misery. We con- 
tented ourselves with nostrums when we should have applied 
radical measures. They needed a change of haibitat, a lehange of 
air, of work, of diet, of environment, and we put charity plasters 
upon them, and are surprised that they did not get well. There 
was but one cure, the cure that would not have cost one-thou- 
sandth part which the other attempts and failures haA^e cost, the 
cure that would have taken the poor out upon the broad fields 
where there is room and work and health and wealth for many 
thousand times the number of those who noAV congest the Ghettos 
and fall victims to the miseries of the slums. 

That many hundreds of youths who came to the Farm School, 
weak in strength and hopeless in outlook, and later went forth 
„ , from it vigorous in brain and brawn, and took 

1 roven by '^ ' 

rarm School their placcs upou the land, and saw the work of 

their hands prosper, have opened the eyes of the 
people, have made them to see that not in the increase of city 
charity but in helping young people to get an agricultural train- 
ing in the country, and in aiding them to train agriculturally 
other denizens of the Ghettos, lies the nearest solution of the 
ever-vexing, ever-growing charity problem that has yet been sug- 
gested. 

Yet another reason for believing that the Million Dollar 
Jubilee Fund will be raised we find in the fast-growing convic- 
Miiiion Dollar ^^^^ that, uulcss Something is speedily and 
Jubilee Fund effectively douc to stop city congestion and 

Must Help farm desolation, the future of the United States 

Direct Tide ' 

From City to wiU be in jeopardy. As late as 1880, only 15 per 

Country. ccut. of the population of the United States 

lived in cities ; 85 per cent, dwelled healthily and happily on 
farms. Today, 52 per .cent, of our population live crowded in the 
cities, Avhere they engage in keen competition for the needed bite 
of bread, and for the necessary room to live, while in the country 
farm buildings are abandoned and rotting, and weeds cover 
the untilled fertile acres that surround them. The result is 
insufficiency of food for all the American people. The staples 
of life are constantly increasing in price. Some of them, such 
as meats, are Avith each year becoming more of luxuries. The 
price of fresh eggs has already passed beyond the reaich of the 
average laboring man. A dozen or more years ago, Avhen farm 



16 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

desertion was not as bad as it is now, the late Mr. J. J. Hill, of 
■Minnesota, a man of remarkable constructive brain, and far- 
seeing eye, declared that, unless we bring about a more- rational 
distribution of our population than now obtains, unless we set 
ourselves earnestly to work to provide for an increased food- 
supply for the Nation through an increased farming population, 
there will not be food enough to satisfy the hunger of the Ameri- 
can people fifty years hence, when the population of the United 
States is likely to be 200,000,000 souls. 

Yet other reasons there are for believing that entire success 

will attend the nation-wide effort about to be made to raise for 

the Farm School the One Million Dollar Jubilee 

With L.ars:er 

Means It wm Fuud, toward which nearly $200,000 has already 

Effect Greater becu subscribed by Philadelphians, by the people 

who, throughout the twenty-five years of its ex- 
istence, have stood nobly by it, have borne most of its expense. 
Relying upon the signal success it has hitherto attained, relying 
upon the larger and wider recognition of the needfulness of a 
larger farm population, we firmly believe that what has hitherto 
been achieved is but the prelude of the much greater things to be 
accomplished in the near future. Once in possession of the 
needed dormitories to enable us to accommodate many times the 
number of students we now can house, and of the money required 
for the care and keep of a greatly increased student body, once 
in possession of the necessary larger faculty, larger acreage, in- 
creased school rooms, light and heat power plant, once in 
possession of the urgently needed School Building, Chemical 
Laboratory, Modern Dairy and Barn, of the needed equipment 
for teaching the higher branches of scientific agriculture, once in 
possession of a fund needed to help our graduates to acquire 
and equip farms of their own, once in possession of these, all 
that has hitherto been achieved will be as nothing compared with 
the greater things that will be accomplished. 

The war and the aftermath of the war have demanded un- 
precedented sums of money of us. We answe;red the call gen- 
erously, often self-sacrificinglv. We gave tens 

Generous Sup- . . ° " ^ 

port wm In- of millions of dollars. But, well spent as was 

sure BriUiant ^^^q moucy We gavc, there is nothing to show for 

Future. . ° 

it. A generous answer on the part of the Amer- 
ican people to the comparatively small sum asked for by the 
Farm School will bring into existence a group of buildings to 
which, for generations to come, they will point with pride, to 
which they will send for education in the noblest of all callings 




« t ^ 

W i -K 



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THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 17 

a body of young men who will help mightily towards a regenera- 
tion of the Nation in general, and of the Jewish people in par- 
ticular. 

The National Farm School is no individual's property, no 
city's possession. It belongs to the people of the United States. 

It exists for their benefit. It is open and free to 
r^'^Dream" "' all yoiiths abovo sixteen j^ears of age, possessing 

the requisite moral and physical and intellectual 
qualifications for admission, irrespective of creed or class or sta- 
tion. The dream of twenty-five years ago is a reality today. 



TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL GRADUATION 
February 22, 1922 

The largest class in the history of The National Farm School 
was graduated on "Washington's Birthday, February 22, 1922. 

The exercises were held in Segal Hall, and were attended by 
a large gathering of friends of the School. 

Dr. Kranskopf addressed the class. He urged them to follow 
the example set by Washington. He spoke of the sterling quali- 
ties of the Father of our Country, of his success as a farmer, 
as well as Commander-in-Chief of the army, and later as Presi- 
dent of his country; the determination and persistence that made 
for his success in whatever role he played. 

Other speakers were Dr. Edwin C. Broome, Superintendent of 
the Public Schools of Philadelphia; and Mr. Richard Spillane, 
editor of the "Public Ledger" Business Section. The latter con- 
trasted former-day methods of farming with those of today; Dr. 
Broome pointed out the advantages enjoyed by the youth of this 
generation starting out in the world. He spoke most earnestly, 
and emphasized especially the value of working the brain to ob- 
tain results, in conjunction with the hand. 

Thirty-four young men received diplomas, Dr. Krauskopf 
making the presentations. The names of the graduates, all of 



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three-year course in practical and 

Abraham Pastanack 
Louis Pastanack 
Hyman Rabinowitz 
Edward L, Eing 
Samuel .S. Bobbins 
David Rothstein 
Charles Rubenstein 
Arthur M. Schorr 
Louis C. Schulster 
Stanley Joseph Snyder 
Archibald Toffler 
William B. Towner 
Solomon R. Ullman 
Newton Edgar Weiss 
Otto Wenger 
Barnett B. Yulke 
Irving Zelanko 



whom completed the full 
scientific agriculture, are : 

David Aukburg 
Burton F. Berlack 
iCasper Blumer 
Anthony R. Cirotti 
Simon Louis Cohen 
Samuel Fleischman 
Lewis I, Fox 
Michael Frishkopf 
Tobias Gelles 
Jacob Goldfeld 
Louis M. Kiesling 
Harry Krisher 
Abraham Krivonos 
Arthur Langer 
Joseph Leedes 
Morris Mazor 
Walter P. Morris 

Post-graduate certificates were awarded to Harry Morris 
Corenzwit and Abraham Zinn, for having specialized in Farm 
Management on the School's experimental farms. 

Dr. Bernhard Ostrolenk, Director of the School, announced 
the award of prizes. The Pennsylvania 'State Scholarship was 
won by Casper Blumer, or Philadelphia; free post-graduate 
courses at Farm School were awarded to Otto Wenger, of Phila- 
delphia, and .Simon L. Cohen, of Massachusetts. Simon L. Cohen 
won the Massinger Prize for excellency in the study of veterinary 
science. 



SILVER JUBILEE AND TREE CONSECRATION EXERCISES 

June 4, 1922 

A more glorious day than was provided for Sunday, June 
4th, as a setting for the Silver Jubilee exercises of The National 
Farm School, could not have been desired. Taking advantage 
of the rare June day and lured additionally by an unusually at- 
tractive program, the largest and most representative assemblage 
in the history of the School gathered on its broad and beautiful 
acres, to attend the celebration of the rounding out of a quarter 
of a century of signal ser^dce in leading some of the surplus city 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 19 

population back to the land. By special train and automobiles 
came the friends of the School, until they numbered several 
thousand. 

The program was an all-day atfair. The Rev. Dr. Henry 
Berkowitz, who had taken part in the opening exercises twenty- 
five years ago, offered the invocation. Dr. Joseph Krauskopf, 
Founder and President of the School, then introduced Judge 
Ilarman Yerkes, of Doylestown, another of the surviving few 
who had participated in the School's initial exercises, and had 
been the presiding officer at that occasion. Judge Yerkes spoke 
of the pleasure with which he had watched the iSchool's progress 
from a modest beginning to its present splendid proportions. He 
then presented the Presiding Officer of the Jubilee Exercises, the 
Hon. Edwin S. Stuart, former Governor of Pennsylvania. 

After a very graceful introductory address, in which he 
lauded the School as the lifework of Dr. Krauskopf, ex-Governor 
Stuart presented the speakers of the day, who were: 

Julius Drachsler, Professor of Economy and Sociology, 
Smith College, Mass., and lately appointed instructor in these de- 
partments at the University of New York ; Adolph S. Ochs, New 
York, publisher of "The New York Times"; Samuel M. Vauclain, 
Philadelphia, President, Baldwin Locomotive Works ; Emile 
Berliner, Washington, D. C, inventor of the loose contact tele- 
phone transmitter, and of the first talking machine ; John M. Mac- 
Farlane, Philadelphia, botanist. University of Pennsylvania; 
Hon, Roland S. Morris, Philadelphia, former Ambassador to 
Japan ; Irvin S. Cobb, Ossining, N. Y., author and lecturer. 

Prof. Drachsler spoke feelingly and at length concerning the 
merits of the iSchool. He declared Dr. Krauskopf 's service to the 
Nation was the heritage of practical education given the youth 
of the country through the Farm School. 

He was folloAved by Mr. Vauclain. After asserting that no 
other avenue of endeavor offers more in return than agriculture, 
Mr. Vauclain declared that the present immigration laws pre- 
vented many persons from coming into this country who would, 
if permitted, turn hundreds of thousands of acres of idle land, 
which are now merely a liability, into real, productive assets. 

Mr. Berliner had but the highest terms of praise for the 
work of the School and its founder. 

Mr, Ochs spoke of the opportunities existing in this country 
for the farmer, with the automobile, telephone and radio, among 
other things, in making country life comfortable and enjoyable. 



20 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

Dr. MacFarlane delivered the Tree Consecration Address. 
He knew his subject, and told in language most beautiful and ap- 
pealing of the loftiness and poetry, but more particularly of the 
practicability, of planting trees as memorials to the dead and in 
honor of the living. Mr. Morris paid a brief tribute to the late 
Prof. Morris Jastrow; Rabbi Solomon Foster, of Congregation 
B'nai Jeshurun, Newark, N. J., delivered a tribute to Dr. Gotthard 
Deutsch, distinguished Hebrew scholar and leader. 

More than 300 Memorial and Festive Trees were consecrated. 
(The list of names is published in full on pages 22-25 of this book.) 

Mr. Cobb paid his meed of praise to the iSchool and to Dr. 
Krauskopf. His sparkling wit permeated all he said, and what 
he had to say was so genuine and warm that he won his audience 
to a man. It is not frequent that such real humor and at once 
such sincerity are icombined, Mr. Cobb praised the School's 
work. He predicted for it an illustrious future. Having tried 
farming on his own account, he declared that he can appreciate 
more than many another a training such as the School gives. 

Mr. Harry B. Hirsh, Vice-President of the School, read 
numerous letters and telegrams of congratulation from people 
from all parts of the country. He announced the inauguration 
of a Jubilee Fund, in honor of the 25th anniversary of the 
School's opening, $51,000 of which had been subscribed by the 
Directors of the School alone. Before the meeting was over the 
subscriptions totalled $166,000. The major portion of this was 
given by Philadelphians, and the gifts marked the beginning of a 
campaign to raise $1,000,000 from cities throughout the country. 

The afternoon program included an Agricultural Pageant, 
participated in by the students of the School, exhibiting livestock, 
implements and machinery used on the School's 475 acres, and in 
the raising of poultry and the production of dairy and market 
products. 

Later, there was a charming open-air play, depicting the 
Biblical Story of Ruth. It was presented on the lawn in front 
of Segal Hall, by the pupils of the Religious School of Temple 
Keneseth Israel, Philadelphia. 



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THE PATRIOTS' GROVE 




In this Grooe are Planted Trees for Friends of the School Who Answered 
Our Country's Call during the World War 

TREES HAVE BEEN PLANTED AND CONSECRATED TO THE MEMORY 
OF THE FOLLOWING, WHO MADE THE SUPREME SACRIFICE: 



Louis Berkowitz, Philadelphia. 
Jacob Bledenthal, Atlantic City. 
Frederick D. Clair, Philadelphia. 
Morrie A. Deutsch, Philadelphia. 
Seth Ettenson, Leavenworth, Kan. 
Jerome L. Goldman, St. Louis. 
Milton Goldstein, Webb City, Mo. 
Oscar H. Gruber, Philadelphia. 
Jesse Warren Guise, Findlay, Ohio. 
Simon C. Hellman, National Farm 

School. 
Michael Jaffee, Coatesville, Pa. 
Joyce Kilmer, New York. 
Geo. G. Kooperman, Philadelphia. 
Paul Borda Kurtz, Philadelphia. 
Chas. H. Lauchheimer, Wash., D. C. 
Maurice Lazar, Shenandoah, Pa. 
Jerome Marks, Philadelphia. 
Roy Stewart Marlow, Elkins Park. 
Milton Morganstern, Hoboken, N. J. 
G. M. NeuBurger, Philadelphia. 



Harry Polinsky, Philadelphia. 
Aaron I. Price, Philadelphia. 
William C. Reese, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 
Byron H. Reis, Philadelphia. 
Eugene Rice, Philadelphia. 
Sydney Rosenberg, Philadelphia. 
Geo. Burton Rosenthal, Hartford, 

Conn. 
Alexander J. Roth, New York. 
Lester B. Rothschild, Philadelphia. 
Samuel Shulman, Philadelphia. 
Mortimer Strauss Rubel, Chicago. 
Henry Frank Singer, Philadelphia. 
Solomon Spicker, Pottsville, Pa. 
Bennie Spitzer, Philadelphia. 
Milton Stern, Philadelphia. 
Milton Stern, New York, N. Y. 
Julien M. Strassburger, M o n t- 

gomery, Ala. 
Bernard W. Traitel, Detroit, Mich. 
Eli Wittstein, Cincinnati, Ohio. 



IN HONOR OF THOSE WHO SERVED, AND RETURNED IN SAFETY: 



Ralph Anspach, Philadelphia. 
Herman L. Artzt, Philadelphia. 
Nelson H. Artzt, Philadelphia. 
Justin S. Bamberger, Philadelphia. 
Eli D. Bernheim, Philadelphia. 
Harold B. Blumenthal, Philadelphia. 
Albert Coons, Philadelphia. 
Jerome J. Drucker, Philadelphia. 
Isadore Faggen, Philadelphia. 
Samuel Faggen, Philadelphia. 
Leon Feigenbaum, Philadelphia. 
Stanley Milton Getz, Philadelphia. 
Herbert Feustman Goldstein, New 

York. 
Jacob Feustman Goldstein, New 

York. 
David Grossman, Philadelphia. 
Ralph Gutlohn, Philadelphia. 
Julian Arthur Hillman, Atlantic 

City. 
Mack and Julian Hirshberg, Atlanta, 

Ga. 
Joseph Horchow, Portsmouth, Ohio. 
Reuben Horchow, Portsmouth, Ohio. 
Isaac L. Hyman, Philadelphia. 
Arthur J. Jackson, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Daniel Fabien Jackson, Pittsburgh, 

Pa. 
Fred Jackson, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Leopold Max Jacobs, Philadelphia. 
Reuben Jacobs, Philadelphia. 
Charles S. Kaufman, PMladelphia. 



Walter Kaufmann, Philadelphia. 

Manfred R. Krauskopf, Philadelphia. 

August Manasses, Philadelphia. 

Jacob L. Manasses, Philadelphia. 

J. DeRoy Mark, Philadelphia. 

Leonard George Needles, Elkins 
Park. 

Isadore Oppenheimer, Philadelphia. 

G. Sidney Reinheimer, Philadelphia. 

Leon W. Reinheimer, Philadelphia. 

Herbert D. Reis, Philadelphia. 

Eli M. Rohrheimer, Philadelphia. 

Jerome H, Rose, Philadelphia. 

Alexander F. Sachs, Kansas City, 
Mo. 

S. Ralph Schwarzschild, Philadel- 
phia. 

J. Leonard Sessler, Philadelphia. 

Arthur Shoenberg, Philadelphia. 

Arthur Silverberg, New York. 

Edwin H. Silverman, Philadelphia. 

Leonard H. Sostman, Philadelphia. 

Camille J. Stamm, Philadelphia. 

Morris H. Starr, Philadelphia. 

Arthur A. Strouse, Philadelphia. 

Prank L. Teller, Philadelphia. 

Jerome L. Teller, Philadelphia. 

Philip H. Weinberg, Philadelphia. 

Gustav L. Winelander, Philadelphia. 

Stanley S. Wohl, Philadelphia. 

Myron Albert Zacks, Philadelphia. 



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FESTIVE TREES 



Dedicated at the Tree Consecration Exercises, Sunday, June 4, 1922, in 

Honor of 



BIRTHS 

Evelyn Barrett, Parkersburg, W. Va. 

Claire Bertha Belber, Philadelphia. 

Henry Berkowitz, II, Philadelphia. 

Herman Cerf Berkowitz, Philadel- 
phia. 

Evelyn Theresa Bernstein, New York. 

Beatrice Biberman, Philadelphia. 

Jane Louise Blumenthal, Elkins 
Park, Pa. 

Helene Sally Davies, Atlantic City, 
N. J. 

Sol. Gareth Davis, Philadelphia. 

Morton D. Epstein, Philadelphia. 

Robert Carlton Hecht, Philadelphia. 

Joel Hillman, II, Atlantic City, N. J. 

Marjorie Jane Karpeles, Philadel- 
phia. 

Robert Levy, Philadelphia. 

Hetty Rita Liehtenstein, Philadel- 
phia. 

Richard Warren Lieban, New York. 

Vivian Mandel, Philadelphia. 

Lois Mark, Philadelphia. 

Richard Elliott Nadler, Philadelphia. 

Edward Raymond Pollock, Atlantic 
City, N. J. 

Macey Herschel Rosenthal, Lynch- 
burg, Va. 

Robt. A. Schless, Jr., Philadelphia. 

Donald Benj. Strasburger, Philadel- 
phia. 

Betty Ann Weiskopf, Minneapolis, 
Minn. 

BIRTHDAYS 

Julia Buchman, Munich, Germany, 

90th. 
Joan H. Feldman, Philadelphia, 1st. 
Lewis B. Greenbaum, New York 

City, 5th. 



Louise Landman, Far Rockaway, 
N. Y. 

Rappaport Lodge No. 3.5, I. O. F. S. 
of I., Philadelphia, 50th. 

Wm. B. Rosskam, Philadelphia, 50th. 

Henry Schoenthal, New York, 79th. 

Mrs. Emanuel Schwerin, Philadel- 
phia, 75th, 

Ida Silberman, Philadelphia, 90th. 

Sisterhood of Keneseth Israel, Phila- 
delphia, 10th. 

Jacob Wiener, Philadelphia. 

Edward Woolner, Jr., Peoria, 111. 

CONFIRMATIONS 

Ruth Behrend, Philadelphia. 
E. Malcolm Belber, Philadelphia. 
Leonore Jane Belber, Philadelphia. 
Bernice Regina Bloch, Philadelphia. 
Harold L. Koshland, Philadelphia. 
Jos. B. Levy, Philadelphia. 
Hortense Yvonne Mark, Philadelphia. 
Lillian F. Marks, Philadelphia. 
Sylvia Edith Moldawer, Philadelphia. 
Zelma O. Pollack, Riverside, N. J. 
Jean Ulman, Philadelphia. 
Leonore Ruth Wohlfeld, Philadel- 
phia. 

BETROTHAXi 

Max M. Becker, Savannah, Ga., and 
Lillian Kanner, Palatka, Fla. 

WEDDINGS 

Mr. and Mrs. Benj. F. Bernheim, 

Philadelphia. 
Chas. Garson, Jr., Rochester, N. Y., 

and Beatrice Wilson, Philadelphia. 
Benedict Gimbel, Jr., and Ethel S. 

Nathanson, Philadelphia. 



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FESTIVE TREES— Continued 



Nathan Gold, Lincolu, Neb., and 

Evelyn Baum, Philadelphia. 
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Isaac, Tampa, Fla. 
Harold Kazmann, Long Branch, N. 

J., and Frances Bayard, Philadel- 
phia. 
Manfred R. Krauskopf, Philadelphia, 

and Babetta V. Koon, New Haven, 

Conn. 
C'has. Noble, Philadelphia, and 

Sophia Rash, Bala, Pa. 
Herbert Oppenheim, Chattanooga, 

Teun., and Estella Greenspan, 

Philadelphia. 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Rosenbliith, 

New Haven, Conn. 
Philip Schaul, Coatesville, Pa., and 

Male Naomi Levy, Wilmington, 

Del. 
Meyer Weinstein and Mattie Jacobs, 

Philadelphia. 

WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES 

Mr. and Mrs. Abe Arnfeld, Pitts- 
burgh, 2oth. 

Mr. and Mrs. A. Barmach, Philadel- 
phia, 25th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Berg, Philadel- 
phia, 20th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Milton B. Bernheim, 
Philadelphia, 15th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Blumenthal, 
Elbins Park, Pa., 12th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Blumenthal, 
Philadelphia, 1st. 

Mr. and Mrs. Hart Blumenthal, 
Philadelphia, 40th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Blumenthal, 
Elkins Park, Pa., 10th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Emil Brunswick, Phila- 
delphia, 25th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dalsimer, 
Philadelphia, 15th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fleishman, 
Philadelphia, 20th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Goldsmith, 
Philadelphia, 10th. 



Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldsmith, 
Philadelphia, 15th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Leon H. Hahn, Phila- 
delphia, 20th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Hecht, Phila- 
delphia, 15th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene C. Hess, Phila- 
delphia, 20th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Jos. H. Hinlein, Phila- 
delphia, 20th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Hirsch, Phila- 
delphia, 25th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ising, S. Orange, 
N. J., .36th. 

Dr. and Mrs. I. M. Koch, Philadel- 
phia, 25th. 

Dr. and Mrs. Jos. Krauskopf, Phila- 
delphia, 25th. 

Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Marx, Philadel- 
phia, 16th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Meyers, 
Philadelphia, 5th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Meyers, Phila- 
delphia, 20th. 

Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Putzel, Atlantic 
City, 50th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Rosenblatt, 
Philadelphia, 45th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rosenthal, 
Philadelphia, 25th. 

Dr. and Mrs. N. J. Sanson, Philadel- 
phia, 30th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Schoeneman, 
Philadelphia, o5th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Max Schoenfeld, Phila- 
delphia, 25th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schoenthal, 
New York, 50th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wagner, 
Chicago, 111., 50th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Max Winelander, 
Philadelphia, 30th. 

RECOVERY FROM ILLNESS 

Meyer Straus, Philadelphia. 



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MEMORIAL TREES 1 


Consecrated at the Tree 


Consecration Exercises, Sunday, June 4, 19'?2, to the | 




Memory of 




ALABAMA 


MARYLAND 


NEW YORK 


Montgomery 


Baltimore 


Brooklyn 


Moses Sabel 


Edward Goldman 


Adam and Julia Brown 


Tuscumbia 


Hannah Goldman 
Max Greif 


Aaron Filler 


Abraham Bresler 




Flushing 


Bertha W. Bresler 


Gertrude Meyer 
Aaron Rosenbaum 


Nettie Picard Scbwerin 


CALIFORNIA 


MASSACHUSETTS 


New York City 


San Francisco 




Bernice Ivy De Vos 


Samuel Dannenbaum 


Boston 


Moses Chas. Guinzburg 


Abraham Haas 


Louis Hecht 
Brookline 


Jacob Gutfreund 
Mina Gutfreund 


COXXECTICUT 




Chas. H. Hecht 




Samuel Gryzmish 


Isaac L. Hecht 


New Haven 




Abraham Lowenstein 


Marilla G. Guttman 


MINNESOTA 


Caroline Lowenstein 


DISTRICT OF 
COLUMBIA 


Minneapolis 

Jennie Weil Robitshek 


Lillie M. Meyer 
Mary A. Myers 
Sigfried Steiner 


Washington 


St. Paul 


Salamanca 


Gustave Oppenheimer 


Mr. and Mrs. Ben Baer 
Mrs. S. Blumenthal 


John English McCabe 


GEORGIA 


Mae Ginsberg 


Syracuse 

Samuel J. Pearlman 


Athens 


MISSISSIPPI 




Flora Bernstein 




NORTH CAROLIN.A 


Hannah Bernstein 


Greenville 


Wilmington 


Brunswick 


Abe L. Johl 


Blanche D. Jacobi 


Isador Asher 


Merigold 




ILLINOIS 


Meyer Adelson 


OHIO 
Akron 


Chicago 


MISSOURI 


Hulda Tuholsky 


Henry H. Friedman 
Fanny Joseph 


Kansas City 


Cincinnati 


Solomon Joseph 


Isaac Leopold Haas 


Lee Adler 


Isaac Orschel 


St. Louis 


Samuel Bing 


Moses Schochet 


Sophie Littmann Freun 


Prof. Gotthard Deutsch 


Abe Stein 


Arthur M. Fuld 


Matilda Long 


Augusta Mannheimer 

•Weil 
Louis Weiss 


Max Littmann 


Isaac A. Wyler 


Bernard Lewis Sichel 


Cleveland 






Samuel Klein 


INDIANA 


NEW JERSEY 


Florence C. Lurie 


Goshen 


Atlantic City 


Shirley May Polster 


Max Dembufsky 


Pauline Bernheim 


George Schmidt 




Henry Rosenbaum 


Agnes Zinner 


IOWA 








Bayonne 


Y'oungstown 


Des Moines 


Sarah Cohen 


Emma Ritter Liebman 


Emma Lederer 


East Orange 


Mrs. Wm. Simon 


KANSAS 


Lillie Kohn 


PENNSYLVANIA 


LeaTenworth 


Hoboken 


Chester 


Abe Toffler 


Milton Morganstern 


Maurice Knopf 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



25 



MEMORIAL TREES— Continued 



Erie 

Jennie M. Straus 
Xorristown 

Marcus Hydeman 
Philadelphia 

Clara Aarons 
Eraelie Appel 
Louis W. Apple 
Cherly Armon 
Benj. Bauer 
Ettie Bauer 
Rosalind Bauer 
Henry Belmont 
Ezra Benjamin 
Jennie Benjamin 
Betty L. Bernheimer 
Caroline Bloch 
Chas. D. Brooke 
Herbert H. Buxbaum 
Henrietta Coben 
Maxwell Coben 
Byrdie Cobn 
Minnie Davidson 
Herman Davis 
Rebecca "SV. Deutscb 
Alice Elias 
Milton A. Ellerman 
Theresa Englander 

Samuel S. Fleishman 
Jacob Greenwald 

Juliet E. Greenwald 

Begiua Greenwald 

William Gross 

jNIoritz Grossman 

Sarah Grossman 

Mary Haas 

Jacob Haaz 

Sarah Haaz 

Milton C. Harrison, Jr. 

Amy Meyer Heilbron 

Minna S. Isaacs 

Bertha Z. Jacobs 

Prof. Morris Jastrow 

Julia Josephson 

Esther Kahn 

Fannie Kahn 

Nettie Kaufman 

Frank Kessler 

Sylvester C. Klopfer 

Leon D. Langsfeld 

Belle Lehman 

•Nellie Bodek Lepow 

Barbara Levy 

Birdie Lieberman 

Sophie Lipman 

Louis Livingston 

Rebecca Louchheim 



Minnie Jayne Love 
Dr. Maurice L. Mallas 
Moses Marcus 
Rena G. Marcus 
Louis Mark 
Hannah Moos 
Jacob Moos 
Johanna Navaratzky 
Wm. M. Pechner 
Nathan Pollack 
Morris Pomerantz 
Dorothy Clara 

Powdermaker Sarah Falk 
Isaac and Rose Yetta Michlosky 

Powdermaker 
Rosa Rappaport 
Julia Reinheimer 
Estelle Stamm Rodger 
Solomon Rogasner 



Pott8ville 

Rebecca Green 

Reading 

Leopold Loeb 
Jonas Sondheim 
Sadie J. Stern 
Morris Weil 

Wilkes -Barre 

Helene S. Falk 
Jacob Falk 



Williamsport 

Rosetta Ulman 
York 



Beatrice Lehmayer 

Hirshon 



Rachel A. Rose 
Abram Rosenberg 
Walter Rosenberg 
Herbert Rosenthal 
Sol. M. Rothenheim 
Ella Rothkugel 
Barbara Salus 
Minnie Salus 
Moses D. Sanders 
Benj. Siedenbach 
Margaret Sluizer 
Julius Solomon 
Maurice Steinberg 

Wm. Reese Sternberger 

Simon H. Stiefel 

Samuel L. Tahl 

Annie Sempliner 

r. •„ rr ■ Tannenbaum j^^jj^ Kramer 

Cyrille Teiman 

Pauline R. Ulman 

Jerome Stanley 

VelenchikLynchburg: 

Jos. Waetzman 

Rose Weber 

Jacob Weil 

Adolph Weinberg 

Esther Weinberg 

Jos. P. Wieder 

Jacob Wiener 

Meyer Winelander 



SOUTH CAROLINA 

Charleston 

Max Furchgott 

TENNESSEE 
Jackson 

Louis Marks 
Memphis 

E. Lowensteiu 



Dallas 



VIRGINIA 



Emanuel Goodman 
Petersburg: 
Milton I. Reinach, Jr. 



Pittsburgh 

Morris Baer 
Bertha Benswanger 
Jeannette Foster 



WEST VIRGINIA 

Parkersburg: 

Julius Laskey 



GERMANY 

Baden 

Ferdinand Hanauer 



Goldman 
Bertha Goldsmit Bavaria 

Dina Goldstein 
Robert Steel Kann 
Mrs. Albert Kornhauser 
Berrihard J. ThalheimerWestprussen 
Samuel Weinthal Elias and Sarah Jacobs 



Abraham Bauer 
Rosalie Bauer 



26 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL SUCCOTH HARVEST 
PILaRIMAGE, OCTOBER 15, 1922. 

In keeping with the observance of its Jubilee Year, The 
National Farm School attached special importance to its Twenty- 
fifth Harvest Pilgrimage Exercises, held on Sunday, October 15, 
1922, and continued its strain of rejoicing begun at its Exercises 
in June, when there was inaugurated a special Jubilee Fund, for 
the perpetuation of the School's work. Even though clouds 
threatened to lower, and make the daj^, as far as weather condi- 
tions were concerned, unpleasant, a gathering that counted many 
hundreds journeyed out by train and automobile from Philadel- 
phia, New York, and other points nearbj^, and were rewarded by 
smiling skies upon their arrival at the School. 

The morning Exercises were called to order in the Rebecca 
F. Louchheim Assembly Hall, a memorial gift on the part of the 
sons and daughter of Mrs. Louchheim, the dedication of which 
was part of the program. The comfort afforded the guests and 
the spaciousness of this building, justified Dr. Krauskopf's oft- 
repeated plea for a structure of this kind that could amply ac- 
commodate the School's visitors on its public occasions, and 
shelter them in the event of inclement weather. 

iSamuel Untermyer, Esq., of New York, occupied the position 
of presiding officer, and paid high tribute, in his opening remarks, 
to Dr. Krauskopf's gift of vision in founding the School. He de- 
clared his interest in the School to be especially keen because of 
his regarding it as an institution directly serving the Nation. He 
believed it to be the strongest argument against the charge that 
the Jew shirks his obligations as a contributor to the Avorld's 
work. 

Dr. Josiah H. Penniman, Provost of the University of Penn- 
sylvania, brought greetings from that institution, and expressed 
his personal esteem of the Farm School's efforts in promoting a 
truly needed and heretofore greatly neglected phase of work, in 
instructing the j^outh in the art of agriculture. 

Dr. Krauskopf then presented his Annual Message, recalling 
the days of the School's founding, the struggles endured against 
bitterest prejudice, the hardships encountered in securing funds 
for the project, and the ultimate winning of the people's confidence 
and affection. He drew a vivid word-picture, contrasting the early 
humble properties and proportions of the School, with its present 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 27 

splendid groAvth and future possibilities. (The Annual Message 
is printed in full on pages 5-17 of this book.) 

The afternoon program opened with the dedication of a 
number of buildings donated to the School. Prof. Samuel Weiller 
Fernberger, nephew of Mrs. Rebecca F, Louchheim, presented the 
Auditorium to the iSchool in the name of the Louchheim family. 

Mr. Jos. H. Hagedorn dedicated the new Carnation House, 
the gift of Dr. and Mrs. Krauskopf, in honor of the joint occasion 
of the silver anniversary of their marriage and of the founding 
of the School. Mr. Hagedorn was equal to the occasion. He 
chose his words fittingly and beautifully. He complimented Dr. 
and Mrs. Krauskopf highly on their sentiment in erecting this 
Carnation House. He made a stirring appeal for the Million- 
Dollar Jubilee Fund. He held up the happy picture of the boy 
on the farm "with gratitude in his eye that men and women have 
at last determined to kill the slums, and all the evils and poverty 
they breed, through supporting a School like this." 

To Mr. Hagedorn was also assigned the presentation, on 
behalf of Mr. Wm. Hyman, of Philadelphia, of three new laying 
houses in the Poultry Department. 

Five-minute greetings were brought to the Exercises by rep- 
resentatives of the daily newspapers of Philadelphia, in the per- 
sons of the following : 

Mr. Wm. F. Gleason, for ''The Evening Bulletin." 

Mr. Eugene J. O'Keefe, for "The Inquirer." 

Mr. Richard Spillane, for "The Public Ledger." 

Mr. Thomas J. Walker, for "The Evening Ledger." 

Mr. Leigh Mitchell Hodges was to have spoken for "The 

North American," but was prevented because of a death in his 

family. 

Mr. Jacob Ginsburg, for "The Jewish World." 

At the close of the Exercises, an opportunity was afforded 
the visitors to inspect the 50O acres of the iSchool's grounds, its 
greenhouses, bams, dairy, poultry plant and other outhouses. 



28 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



LEGACIES AND ENDOWMENTS 

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

Philadelphia, Pa $L000.00 

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, Frostburg, 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 Ballenburg 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 350.00 

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

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

1909— Esther Sailer, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 75.00 

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 

1911— Max Bamberger, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 5,000.00 

1911— Harriet B. Labe, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 100.00 

1911— Adolph Leberman, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 100.00 

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

1912— Mina Friedman, Chicago, III, 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 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 29 



LEGACIES AND ENDOWMENTS— Contiimed 

1913— Estate of Sophia Rothschild, Summitville, Incl $100 00 

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

1913— Estate of Samuel Woolner, Peoria, 111 500.00 

1914_Martha Wertheimer Kohn, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 200.00 

191-^1 — Nathan Herrmann, New York City, Bequest 1,000.00 

1914 — Isaac Van Baalen, Detroit, Mich., Bequest 100.00 

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

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

1915— Edward P. Kelly, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 1,333.33 

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

1916— Estate of Max Lowenthal, Rochester, N. Y 500.00 

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

memory of their mother, Rosalie Rauh 500.00 

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

in memory of Joseph and Henrietta Rosenbaum... 100.00 
1917 — In memory of Laurence W. Frank, Pittsburgh, Pa., 

by his brother, Edgar K. Frank 100.00 

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

1917 — ^Jennie Lippman, Philadelphia, Bequest 200.00 

1917 — Leopold Sheuerman, Des Moines, la., Bequest 250.00 

1918— Estate of Albertina Bamberger, New York, N. Y.... 500.00 

1918-^aron Cans, Philadelphia, Bequest 250.00 

1918 — ^Mr. and Mrs. Leon Merz, Philadelphia, in memory of 

their son, John D. Merz 100.00 

1918— Estate of Morris Newburger, Philadelphia 500.00 

1918— Seligman Schloss, Detroit, Mich., Bequest 200.00 

1918— Estate of Julius Schwab, Bellaire, Ohio 180.00 

1918— Estate of Isaac Silvernale, Philadelphia 1,000.00 

1918 — iChildren of Emanuel and Mary Swope, Dallas, Tex., 

in memory of their parents 200.00 

1919— Estate of Solomon Asher, Philadelphia, Pa 500.00 

1919— Estate of Martha P. Freiberg, Cincinnati, Ohio 1,000.00 

1919 — Jos. H. Gumbiner, Detroit, Mich., in memory of his 

grandparents, Isaac and Clara Van Baalen 100.00 

1919 — Aaron Lowenstein, Philadelphia, Bequest 2,500.00 

1919— Jacob Marcus, Coatesville, Pa., Bequest 100.00 

1919— Estate of Hanna Mayer, Philadelphia, Bequest 266.62 

1919 — Louis Newburger, Indianapolis, Ind., Bequest 300.00 

1919— Ignatz J. Riglhaupt, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 100.00 

1919 — Wm. B. Rosskam, Philadelphia, Pa., in memory of 

his wife 100.00 

1919— Abraham Slimmer, Dubuque, la.. Bequest 2,000.00 

1920— Louis I. Aaron, Pittsburgh, Pa., Bequest 1,000.00 



30 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



LEGACIES AND ENDOWMENTS— Continued 

1920 — Wm. Bamberger, New York, N. Y., in memory of 

parents, Leopold and Albertina Bamberger $1,000.00 

1920 — Arthur Bloch, Philadelphia, in memory of his mother, 

Mrs. Simon L. Bloch 500.00 

1920— Isidor Cohen, Sacramento, Cal, Bequest 1,000.00 

1920— Simon B. Fleisher, Philadelphia, Bequest 1,000.00 

1920— Jessie H. Goulder, Cleveland, Ohio, Bequest 25.00 

1920 — Harry C. Kahn, Philadelphia, in memory of parents, 

Charles and Bine Kahn 1,000.00 

1920 — Mrs. Harry C. Kahn, Philadelphia, in memory of 

parents, Urias and Hannah Wasserman 1,000.00 

1920— Mrs. Herbert M. Kaufmann, New York, N. Y., 

Donation 250.00 

1920— Mrs. R. V. G. Millhiser, New York, N. Y., in memory 

of husband, Clarence Millhiser 1,000.00 

1920 — Mrs. Sam. Sanger, Waco, Tex., in memory of husband 500.00 
1920 — John H. Sinberg, Philadelphia, in memory of Mrs. 

Meyer Schamberg 250.00 

1920— Benjamin Tuch, Philadelphia, Bequest 500.00 

1921 — Moses Baer, Philadelphia, part payment of Bequest.. 250.00 

1921— Samuel Baer, Charleston, W. Va., Bequest 250.00 

1921— Joe M. Frank, Little Rock, Ark., Bequest 1,000.00 

1921 — Chas. Gimbel, Philadelphia, in memory of Mrs. Isaac 

Long 1,000.00 

1921— Lina Hecht, Boston, Mass., Bequest 500.00 

1921— Moses Hirshler, Philadelphia, Bequest 500.00 

1921 — Harry Rich, Springfield, Mass., matured endowment 

policy and cash dividend 672.93 

1921— Mrs. A. Silberstein, Dallas, Tex., Bequest 5,000.00 

1921 — Nathan Snellenburg, Philadelphia, in memory of wife, 

Minna Amant Snellenburg 2,500.00 

1921— Rosa Strauss, New York, N. Y., Bequest 500.00 

1922— Ferdinand Bernheimer, Baltimore, Md., Bequest 1,000.00 

1922 — Emma Lederer, Des Moines, Iowa, Bequest 200.00 

1922— Mrs. I. L. Marks, Chicago, III, in memory of husband 500.00 

1922 — Isaac Petersberger, Davenport, la., Bequest 100.00 

1922— Herman Prager, Philadelphia, Bequest 500.00 

1922 — Jacob L. Sheuerman, Philadelphia, Bequest 100.00 

1922— Joseph Swope, Dallas, Tex., Bequest 100.00 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 31 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT, YEAR ENDING APRIL 30, 1922. 
GENERAL FUND 

May 1, 192L Excess of Disbursements over Receipts $19,252.12 

RECEIPTS. 

Maintenance Income. 

Interest on Investments $7,660.60 

Sale of Farm Products 12,739.80 

State of Pennsylvania 11,468.18 

Federation of Jewish Charities of Philadelphia 17,500.00 

Interest on Deposits 131.24 

Dues and Donations 20,896.67 

Propaganda Income (Net) 8,549.85 

$78,946.34 



$59,694.22 



Maintenance Disbursements. 

Beds and bedding $29.25 

Brooms and Brushes 148.34 

Dry Goods and Clothing 4.962.85 

Transportation of Products, Etc 1,884.92 

Fuel 6,649.42 

Furniture and Fixtures 418.94 

Groceries 5,431.90 

Ice 206.37 

Insurance 2,139.46 

Lighting 1,149.37 

Printing and Stationery 1,460.88 

Provisions, Meat and Bread 5,846.35 

Rent (Office) 767.00 

Sundries 188.28 

Salaries : Matron 1,090.00 

Teachers 14,066.68 

Officers 1,044.66 

Supplies : Educational (Laboratory Supplies, Text 

Books, Etc.) 780.77 

Arboricultural 653.94 

Farm 7,974.43 

Horticultural 1,146.15 

Medical 457.54 

Poultry 2,762.69 

Taxes 612.90 

Wages 9,843.38 



$71,716.47 
$12,022.25 



Repairs and Replacements. 

Repairs $3,428.30 

Plumbing 1,596.67 

Painting 1,054.42 

Sewage 263.66 

Clearing Land 33.20 

Lockers 128.31 



$6,504.56 



32 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT— Continued 

Improvement Expense. 

Director's House $10L31 

Live Stock 2,565.99 

New Silo 128.19 

Poultry Houses 118.20 

Mower 190.83 

Silage Cutter 248.42 

$3,352.94 

$9,857.50 

EXCESS OF MAINTENANCE DISBURSEMENTS $21,879.75 

Extraordinary Income. 

Students' Deposits, Loans, Etc. : 

Students' Deposits (Net) $1,633.08 

Loan from Farm No. 1 500.00 

Sundry Refunds 100.95 

Farm No. 1 Repayment, Accounts Receiv- 
able (Net) 277.39 

— • $2,511.42 

ExtraordinXry Disbursements. 

Library (Net) •.. $69.09 

Advances to Hellman Farm 539.30 

Installment Repayments of Loan from Endow- 
ment Fund 1,800.00 

Advances to Farm No. 3 136.07 

2,544.46 

$33.04 

DEFICIT APRIL 30, 1922 $21,912.79 

ENDOWMENT FUND 

Bank Balance May 1, 1922 $6,301.07 

Income 

Life Memberships $2,300.00 

Bequests and Donations 15.150.39 

Repayment Account Investments 33,493.57 

50,943.96 

$57,245.03 

Disbursements 

Propaganda Expense $325.00 

Investment Purchases 60,720.90 

61,045.90 

Bank Deficit April 30, 1922 $3,800.87 

Investment Account 176,436.75 

$172,635.88 




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THK NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 33 

REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 

Bernhard Ostrolenk, Ph. D. 

In giving,- an aeeonnt of the responsibilities entrusted to the 
Director and Faculty by the Board and contributors to The 
National Farm School, it is not always easy to distinguish the 
progress and development of one year from those of the pre- 
ceding years. The spirit, the Avork, and the development of our 
School, have been cumulative : mui-li has been built on the years of 
past experience, much has developed spontaneously and some has 
been consciously introduced as innovations during the past fcAV 
years. 

The Development of the Teaching Staff 

Of prime importance for the effective and efficient work of 
the School is an aggressive, permanent, scholarly, purposeful 
teaching force. It is to that end that a great deal of attention 
has been given by the Board and by the Director in recent years. 
The tirst step helpful in this direction was in the introduction of 
a definite salary schedule with definite increments of increases 
for various groups of teachers within the School. This in itself, 
it was hoped would have a reassuring and encouraging effect 
upon the teaching staff', as it would not only assure them per- 
manent positions, but also definite increases of salary if their 
work proved satisfactory. The concomitant danger of having 
teachers settle down to a good job with reasonable assurance of 
increases of salaries without at the same time increasing their 
efficiency by constant renewal of, and additions to, their scholar- 
ship, was avoided by grouping the teachers after a certain period 
of years at the School in accordance with their eiffciency as 
teachers. AVhile it is by no means hoped that a teacher, can be 
stimulated to his best work by promises of increases in salary 
only, his consecration to his high calling always being the prime 
stimulus, it was hoped, however, partially to reward the pro- 
gressive and conscientious teachers in this way. 

A second step in the development of our more permanent 
teaching force was taken when the Board made provisions in the 
way of refunds for certain faculty members who married and 
could not accommodate their families in the group of School 
buildings. This step was further augmented when faculty homes 
were provided as far as the facilities of the School permitted. In 
the past few years, the Farm House was equipped adequately for 
two families and the house on Schoenfeld Farm No. 1 was o-iven 



34 THE NATIONAL FARM SC?IOOL 

over to a faculty member. Tlie erection of a Director's lionse is 
in line with this policy. 

A third means of encouraging the teaching staff to widen 
their scholarship and increase their usefulness was taken when 
the Board provided means whereby our staff may visit, observe 
or take courses in other institutions, part of the expense being 
paid by The National Farm School, The Board increasingly 
looks to our teaching staff to be the guide and inspiration of the 
future development of the inner work of the School, and it is 
hoped that these few measures will at least in part encourage 
the development of a loyal and efficient corps of teachers at The 
National Farm School. It is, at this time, too early to say how 
far these provisions have been effective in the development of 
better teaching at the school. 

Development of Student Body 

It has been felt that the type of students who come to The 
National Farm School must be a superior type. Increasingly it 
has been noted that some failures of the School have been due to 
improper selection of students rather than improper methods at 
the School. As a result of continued observation along this line 
the requirements for entrance have been continually raised. The 
physical entrance examination of the candidates for admission 
has been supplemented by additional physical examinations 
under the very able supervision of Dr. Bernard Kohn. This ad- 
ditional examination has enabled us to detect several applicants 
who, phj^sically under no circumstances, could have made good 
farmers. It is regrettable to state that apparently accredited 
physicians gave these students, under a misguided sense of kind- 
ness, perfect health certificates. The cost of keeping such 
students for any length of time and then discovering their in- 
ability to pursue farm work, was thus avoided. It was also found 
that the eighth grade certificates often presented by candidates 
for admission, did not completely tell the truth of an applicant's 
mental attainments. An additional test of the mentality of the 
applicant was, therefore, given during the past year. While it 
was fully appreciated that such a test is only a sample of the 
young men's minds and is in many respects wholly unsatis- 
factory for the purposes demanded at the school, it was, however, 
found that a considerable percentage of the applicants did not 
seem to have the capacity to partake of the intensive kind of 
training given here and we were, therefore, able to eliminate 
such of the applicants who appeared bj^ these tests, unsuited to 
the School, 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 35 

To maintain a liigh student morale, once the caiulidatos; are 
admitted, is naturally the problem of the internal organization 
of the School. Student government has had various trials and 
has been in some years successful and some years indifferent and 
in some years a failure. It is diffiicult to account for the en- 
thusiasm that will some years pervade the student body to main- 
tain a morale of a very high order and the apathy in the same 
direction in other years. Under all conditions, however, per- 
sistent pressure on the part of the faculty to maintain scholar- 
ship, discipline, enthusiasm and interest in the School is neces- 
sary with any kind of organization of the student body. Eacli 
succeeding year has seen definite progress in some of these lines. 
Insisting that every student perform a definite task every day, 
that every student recite in every class every day, that every 
student contribute to the work of the school every day has, in 
some sense, made much of the teaching work automatic. There 
is room, however, every day for the initiative and renewed en- 
thusiasm of both faculty and students. 

Development of School Equipment 

A great teacher is a great teacher in any environment. Even 
Pestalozzi, however, had a very definite equipment and a vei-y 
definite environment that were part of the educative process of 
his pupils. The National Farm School is fortunate in the wonder- 
ful agricultural environment in which it has placed its students. 
Not a day passes but that students walk through woods and 
fields and must observe the many changes that the fields undergo 
from day to day. The very plan of the School of having all the 
agricultural work done by students has created a most fortunate 
environment, especially since the students change frequently and 
regularly from department to department and under the stimu- 
lating direction of teachers are made conscious of the progress 
o-f the work. During the past year the agricultural equipment 
of the School has been augmented by the erection of three poultry 
houses given by Mr. Wm. Hyman, and a new greenhouse given by 
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Krauskopf. Both of these are valuable addi- 
tions. More equipment along these lines would be welcome. 
Particularly do we need more land and more of the modern ma- 
chinery such as tractors, corn harvesters, tractor implements, 
additional grain and hay machinery, etc. Teaching as we do by 
doing, we find that the best method to be pursued is by giving 
each student as much opportunity as possible to perform the vari- 
ous farm operations, such as plowing, tilling and planting. With 



36 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

a limited acreage such as we have, we find that many students 
do not get the opportunity to become fully proficient in these 
operations. All farm work is seasonal. Corn planting can not 
be started before May 10th, but must be completed by ]\lay 30th, 
allowing only 20 days, which must moreover be reduced by the 
intervening Sundays, Saturdays and rainy days to about 15 days. 
The School plants not over one hundred acres of corn. Assuming 
a third of our students to get annual instruction in corn plant- 
ing, the limited opportunity given them can be appreciated. 
Under a most perfect organization the students could be given 
no more than two acres or a half day's work with the corn 
planter. At the rest of the planting he would have to be an on- 
looker. As a matter of fact, for proper teaching each student 
should be given at least two or three> days' work on the corn 
planter to make him properly efficient with the adjustments, 
operation and exigencies that might arise with planting of a field. 
Similar arguments hold for other operations on the farm. 

We feel ourselves severely handicapped in an important 
branch of agricultural education by the lack of a proper dairy 
barn. At the present time no facilities are provided in the school 
to teach a, class stock judging, butter making, milk and cream 
testing, bottling, feeding cows for records, and handling milk 
in an economic and sanitary way. The present barn and dairy 
equipment of the School are both economically and educationally 
inadequate. One of the things we must look forward to is ^, 
new dairy barn better to round out our teaching. 

Another phase of lack of equipment at the School seriously 
hampering the work of our teachers is the improper school- 
room facilities, and it is to be hoped that before another annual 
report is made by the Director, it will haA'e become possible for 
the School to provide class rooms, giving adequate seating 
capacity to our students with proper lighting, heating and venti- 
lating facilities. One would hesitate to make a guess how far 
the lack of proper class environment has detracted from the 
class etiquette of the school, and has injured its morale and its 
work. 

Development of Work Among Alumni 

Graduates of The National Farm School have in the past 
found only two types of opening. One was to enter college and 
fit themselves through that medium for agricultural leadership, 
and the second, to equip themselves as soon as possible to pur- 
chase their own farms. Graduates by and large have not stayed 



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m Tlie field of agriculTure for any length of time unless they 
followed one of these linos. In fact, no opening exists in the 
a^rieultnral field for a permanent eareer either as manager or 
farm hand in agriculture unless a student aims for his own farm. 
The success of our graduates in the agrirnltnral tield and the 
preponderance of numbers that have adhered to it is no doubt 
one of the factors that have brought our School to the favorable 
attention of the public. In order to assist those students who 
have several years of apprenticeship on some other farms as 
dairyman, assistant or superintendent, and have improved their 
capacities and saved some funds of their own to purchase their 
own farms, the Board has set aside the Chas. C. Baker fund to be 
loaned to graduates. This is a step in the right direction. How- 
ever, the fund should be increased and this line of work should 
be developed. In fact we have already so many graduates on 
farms that the employment of a traveling instructor for the 
present on part time at least, would not be out of order. This 
would also be valuable in assisting us to locate the proper kind 
of positions for our graduates, positions which are at present 
located by correspondence only and in many instances have 
proven disappointing and expensive experiences for the young 
men whom we liaA'e trained here at considerable expense and 
trouble. 

The National Farm School Silver Jubilee 

AVith the completion of twenty-five years of work of The 
National Farm School, it is well to take a giimxDse back as well 
as forward. Looking back it is felt that the general direction in 
which the work has been carried on at the School has been 
sound. Xo great change in the principle of educating city 
boys for farm life laid down twenty-five years ago has been 
made during that period. The work has been refined, we have 
kept abreast of modern developments, we have ntilized the 
best teaching, but we have adhered to the general principle of 
placing students under conditions and environments of farm life 
and have them learn by self-teaching. The very inspiration of 
this work has originally come from Dr. Joseph Krauskopf and 
today continues to emanate from him. The eft'ort of the Board 
of Directors in getting a larger portion of the public interested 
in the School by raising a million-dollar fund for the School, 
places additional, grave responsibilities upon teachers, students 
and alumni of the School. The contributing public looks to them 



38 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

for continued development and for responsible leadership in di- 
recting city boys, especially Jewish boys, to farm life. This is 
the ideal of the founder of the School and has overwhelminorly 
become the mandate of those who have learned to value his 
wisdom and vision. Dr. Krauskopf 's faith in the School and his 
unselfish services for the School have made those who are asso- 
ciated with him proud of The National Farm School, and humble 
in the responsibilties they carry. Faithfully to consecrate all 
elements of the School to his ideal is the inspiration to be drawn 
from the last twenty-five years of successful work of The National 
Farm School. 



SILVER JUBILEE COMMITTEE REPORT 

The twenty-fifth anniversary of the founding of The National 
Farm School, Avliich is being observed this year, Avill be commem- 
orated by the establishment of a One Million Dollar Five-Year 
Fund for the development and perpetuation of the institution. 
This Building and Endowment Fund will be raised by means of a 
nation-wide campaign, conducted bj^ local committees in cities 
throughout the country, beginning February 28tli and ending 
March 20th. Philadelphia has already oversubscribed her quota 
of $250,000. 

The Fund will be a testimonial to the work of Dr. Kraus- 
kopf, largely through whose efforts the School has progressed to 
be one of the leading institutions of its kind in the country. The 
campaign and the School have been heartily endorsed by Presi- 
dent AVarren G. Harding ; Secretary of the Navy, Edwin Denby : 
Secretary of War, John W. AYeeks; Secretary of Commerce, Her- 
bert C. Hoover; Secretary of Agriculture, Henry C. Wallace; 
Postmaster General, Hubert AYork; Assistant Secretary of the 
Navy, Theodore Roosevelt; Luther Burbank, one of America's 
foremost naturalists; Mortimer L. iSchitf, son of the late Jaeob H. 
Schitf : Samuel Gr-ompers, President of the American Federation 
of Labor; Cxovemor Alfred M. Smith of New York: Governor 
Silzer of New Jersey ; Governor Gifford Pinchot of Pennsylvania, 
and numerous other prominent officials and personages. 

Over two hundred and fifty cities throughout the land are 
organizing Silver Jubilee Committees and meetings. Men and 
women prominent in all walks of life are taking an active and 
enthnsiastic interest in this Jubilee celebration. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 39 

At this -writiiifr the Je^vish oommunity of Philadelphia has 
given over $200,000, and tlie non-Jews of the city $60,000. Among 
the latter group the large contributors are : Samuel M. Vauclain, 
President Baldwin Locomotive Works, Estate of Sarah A. C. 
Lloyd, Trainer Brothers, the late John Wanamaker, Land Title 
and Trust Company, Chas. J. Eisenlohr, C. M. Clark, The Autocar 
Company, Bartley J. Doyle, James Elverson, C. H. Geist, John 
Zimmerman and David Burpee. 

President Harding's letter reads: 

"I have to thank you for your interesting letter 
telling me of the work of The National Farm School and 
of the plan for expansion of this work. I can hardly 
think of a field of activity in which better service could 
be done than along the lines of the program inaugurated 
by Rabbi Joseph Krauskopf, and which is being carried 
forward by him and his associates. Of the secure future 
of the great agricultural interests of our country there 
can be no possible doubt, and no greater service to the 
industry of the countiy can be rendered than through 
efforts properly to educate and train young men for it." 

The Committee in charge of the Silver Jubilee Campaign is 
headed by Harry B. Hirsh, Chairman; Herbert D. Allman, Albert 
M. Greenfield, Joseph H. Hagedorn, Isaac H. Silverman and Philip 
Sterling. Yice-Chairmen. 



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40 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

Smarms innat^b 

In memory of Flora Schoenfeld, 

by her husband, Max Schoenfeld, 

of Rorschach, Switzerland. 

Flora Schoenfeld Farm No. 1 

40 acres, in the Spring of 1!)()4, 

Flora Schoenfeld Farm No. 2 

.■;s acres, in tlie Spring of 190."), 

Flora Schoenfeld Farm No. 3 

103 acres, in the Fall of 1007. 



Henry Hellman Farm 

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



Theresa Loeb Memorial Greenhouse 

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

1808. 

Ida M. Block Memorial Chapel 

In memory of Ida M. Block, Kansas Citv, 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 Greenhouse 

In memory of Kose 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 Adolph Segal, Philadelphia, Pa. Erected 1900. 

Frances E. Loeb Veg-etable Forcing Greenhouse 

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

Louis I. Aaron Ice House 

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

Morris Lasker Hall 

Containing Kitchen, Dining Room, 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. 

Edward Hirsh Botanical Laboratory 

In memory of Edward Hirsh, bv his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harrv 
B. Hirsh, of Philadelphia, Pa. Erected 1918. 

Rebecca F. Louchheim Memorial Auditorium 

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



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 41 



BUILDINGS DONATED— Continued 
Carnation House 

l^rocteil liy l>r. iiiid Mrs. Jos. Krauskopt', in Imiior of their 2.")tli 
Wedding- Anniversary and tlie School's Silver Jubilee, l'.>'_'ii. 

Laying Houses, Nos. 3, 4, 5 

lOi'eeted by Mr. Wni. llyiiiaii. riiiladel]ihia, VJT2. 



iH^mDriala 



Archer Rosenthal Lake 

In memory of Areher Ro.senthal, Philadelphia. Pa., by his brother 
and sister-in-hnv, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rosenthal, 1008. 

Elise Binswanger Nursery 

Planted in 1000. in memory of Elise Binsvvanger, Kansas City, 
Mo., by her grandcdiildren. 

Samuel Strauss, Jr., Division of Nursery 

Rhododendrons and Roses in memory of Samuel Strauss, Jr., 
I'hiladelphia, by his wife, 1010. 

Feineman-Binswanger Memorial Arch 

In memory of Mr. B. A. Feineman and Elise Binswanger, Kansas 
City. Mo.," by Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Krauskopf, 1012. 

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, lOi:^. 

Henrietta Krauskopf Division of Nursery 

Circle of Evergreens and Shrubs, by Mr. Nathan Krauskopf, of 
New York, in memory of his mother, 1913. 

Jos. E. Oppenheimer Division of Nursery 

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

Henry Frank Singer Flag Pole, in the Patriots' Grove 

Erected in 1919, by Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Singer, of Philadelphia, 
In memory of their son, Henry Frank Singer, who made the 
supreme sacrifice on the battlefield of Montfaucon, France, Sep- 
tember 29, 1018. 



1908— "WM. S. RAYNER SCHOLARSHIP." The in- 
come of $5,000 contributed to the Endowment 
Fund by his daughter, Mrs. Bertha Rayner Frank. 

1908— "DR. SAMUEL L. FRANK SCHOLARSHIP." 
The income of $5,000 contributed to the Endow- 
ment Fund by his wife, Mrs. Bertha Raj^ner Frank. 

1920— "SIMON L. AND CECILIA BLOCH SCHOLAR- 
SHIP." The income of $5,000 contributed to the 
Endowment Fund by Mr. Simon L. Bloeh, 



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PRIZES ENDOWED 

"8olomon and Regina Behal Prize," the interest of .$li!5.00, donated by 

Mrs. Ralph Ilirih, Philadelphia, in memory of her parents. 
"Barnett Binswanger Prize," the interest of $150.00, donated by Mr.s. 

Karnett Binswanger, of Philadelphia, in memory of her husband. 
"Arnold Gundelfinger Prize," the interest of $250.00, donated by Mrs. 

Carrie Gundelfinger, in memory of her husband. 
"Heyman and Brunette Herzbergr Prize," the interest of $1.50.00, donated 

in memory of Heyman and Brunette Herzberg, by their children. 
"Estella S. Herkimer Prize," the interest of $100.00, donated by Mr. B. S. 

Herkimer, of New York, in memory of his mother. 
"Herbert T. Hyman Prize," the interest of $150.00, donated by Mrs. 

Bernard Sluizer, in memory of her son. 
"Charles Kline Prizes," the interest of $1,000.00, donated by Mr. Charles 

Kline, of Allentown, Pa. 
"Elsie Kaufman Kohn Prizes," the interest of $500.00, donated by Mr. 

Alfred Kohn, Philadelphia, in memory of his wife. 
"Martha and David Kohn Prize," the interest of a bequest of $200.00, 

by Martha Kohn. 
"Harriet B. Labe Prize," the interest of a bequest of $100.00. 
"Monroe Liisberger Prize," the interest of $100.00, donated by Mr. Leopold 

Lisberger, Philadelphia, in memory of his son. 
"Joseph Louchheim Prize," the interest of $250.00, donated by Mr. Harry 

F. Louchheim, of New York City, in memory of his father. 
"Joseph Louchheim Prize," the interest of $250.00, donated by Mrs. L. S. 

Eliel, of Philadelphia, in memory of her father. 
"Morris and Betty Newburger Prizes," the interest of a bequest of 

$500.00, by Morris Newburger. 
"Jacob and Hannah Moos Prize," the interest of $100.00, donated by Mrs. 

Julius Weintraub, Philadelphia, in memory of her parents. 
"Bertie Gans Ochs Prize," the interest of $150.00, donated by Mr. and 

Mrs. Aaron Gans, of Philadelphia, in memory of their daughter. 
"Anchel Rosenthal Prizes," the interest of a bequest of $500.00 
"Ellis and Annie Teller Silberstein Prize," the interest of $100.00, donated 

by Mrs. Walter G. Herzberg, of Philadelphia, in memory of her 

parents. 
"Ellis and Annie Teller Silberstein Prize," the interest of $100.00, donated 

by Mrs. Samuel Kosenbaum, of Philadelphia, in memory of her 

parents. 
"Minnie Goldenberg Straus Prize," the interest of $150.00, donated by 

Mr. Morris Straus, of Philadelphia, in memory of his wife. 
"Harry F. Weil Prize," the interest of $200.00, donated by Mrs. Abraham 

Mansbach, of Philadelphia, in memory of her brother. 



TITK XATTOX AT. FARM SClTOCn. 43 



CASH PRIZES DONATED 



Mi>s Mollii- AhrrthHiusc.n, l'liila.lcll>lli,l (annual I S.'.uii 

Mrs. AbrHhaiu I.,. A.sher, I'liihiileliiliia. in nit-nioi-y i<( pai-cnr.-. 

lunanuel and Kninia Frey (annual i lTi.ihi 

" Vdiilph Ballenberg: Prize," by Mrs. .Siilney M. Cohen. Mihva\ikef. 

Wis., in uu'uiory of her father (annual! ''.'»' 

Mr. I.oiii^ Heaichiiner, I'liihulelipliia. in memory of liis mother 

anil liniilu-r. Hannah .iinl Cyru.s Bedieliimer lannuall i:(t.OH 

.Mr. ami Mr>. Henry S. llelber, Pliihulelphia (annuan -Jd.dU 

.Mrs. I), lierli/.heinier. I'liilaileliiliia (annual) -'".'"i 

"liariK'tt Binswanjfer .Memorial Prize," by the Pxi.inl of the School 

( annual I •'■"" 

.Mr>,. <iabriel Hlum. riiihi'lelpliia. in memory of her sister (annual i lo.d'i 

.Mr. and Mrs. Hart Hlunieiitlial, I'hiladelphia. in memory of their 

son Kalph (annual i ln.o" 

Mrs. Sol. Blunienthal, Pliilailelphia. in memory of lier htisbaiid 

Uinnual) lO.On 

Mrs. Leroy Bonsall, Philadelphia (annual) 5.00 

Mrs. Jos. Caplan, Philadeli>hia. In memory of her mother. Mlndel 

Belber (annual l o-Oo 

"Henrietta Danneiibaiiin Prize," iu honor of her birthday. l>y a 

niece of Mrs. Dannenliaum (annual) '<.0" 

"Mathilde Dreifus Prize," by Mrs. Leou Colien. Philadelidiia. in 

memory of her mother (annual) •".'" ' 

Mrs. £mil Gerstel, Atlantic City. X. .T.. in memory of her mother. 

.Julia Spitzer •"'•"" 

"Maurice H. Grossman Memorial Prize," by Leon and Fanuie M. 

Wohlfarth. New York (annual) ln.ii" 

Miss Fannie D. Hirsh. Philadelphia, iu memory of her father. 

Gabriel Hir.sh H |.( " ' 

.Mrs. Henry A. James, Doylestown. Pa. (annual i -".do 

"Herman .Jonas Prize," by Miss Frieda .Tonas. Philadelphia, in 

memory of her brother (annual) -"'.i'" 

Mrs. Miriam Isaacs, Atlantic City. X. .T.. in memory of her cousin. 

Julia May (annual) -.•"" 

"Cliarles and Bine Kahn Memorial I'rizes," by their children 

(annual ) 50.011 

Mr. David Kirsclibaum, Philadelphia (annual) 10. (hi 

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

of her aunt •j.(H) 

Dr. and Mrs. Josepli Krauskopf, Pliiladelphia (annual) L'.I.OO 



44 THH XATIOXAL FARM SCHOOL 



CASH PRIZES DONATED— Continued 

.Mi>.s Carrie Laub, Philaileliiliia, in memory of David .Taeobsohn. . U.r.O 

Mr. S. Geo. Levi, Philailelpliia, in memory of his parents (annual) 20.00 

"Isadore L.iberman Prize," by Mrs. A. Press. Atlantic City, N. .T.. 

in memory of her father (annual) 10.00 

Misses Bertha and Sara Lowenburg, Philadelphia, in memory of 

their parents, Jacob and Henrietta Lowenburg :.'."). oo 

"Hazel F. Lowenstein Confirmation Prize," \>y Miss Hazel P 

Lowenstein, Philadelphia (annual) 5.00 

Mrs. I. L. Marks, Chicago, 111., in memory of her husband (annual) 10.00 

Mr. S. J. Marx, Philadelphia (annual) .5.00 

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

Atlantic City, X. J., in memory of her daughter .5.00 

"Morton M. N'ewburger Prizes," by Mrs. .Tacob F. Loeb, New 

York, in memory of her brother (annual) liO.OO 

Mrs. Max Oppenheimer, Philadelphia, in memory of Hulda Op- 

penheimer (annual) .".00 

Mr. Joseph S. Potsdamer, Philadelphia, (annual) 2.5.00 

"Ruth Leah and Dorothy Clara Powdermaker Prizes," by Mr. 

David A. Powdermaker, Philadelphia, in memory of his 
daughters (annual) 20. on 

Mr. Emanuel Rauscher, Lehighton, Pa. (annual) -5.00 

Mrs. Josephine Rauscher, Lehighton, Pa. (annual) .5.00 

Mrs. Henry Rosenthal, Philadelphia (annual) 5.00 

Mr. Sigmund M. Rosin, Philadelphia, in memory of his mother 

(annual) 25.00 

"Barbara Salus Prize," by Mr. Jos. "W. Salus, Philadelphia, in 

memory of his motlier (annual) 25.00 

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

"Rebecca Simon Prize," by Mrs. Herbert Wasserman, Philadel- 
phia, in memory of her mother (annual) 25.00 

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

Mrs. Jos. Spatz, Pittsburgh, Pa., in honor of wedding anniversary 

of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Gerstel 5.(*0 

Miss Adeline B. X'lman, Philadelphia, in memory of her mother. 

Pauline R. Ulman (annual) 5.00 

"Jacob Weil Prize," by Mrs. Jacob Weil. Philadelphia, in memory 

of her husband 25.00 

"Simon and Hannah Wilson Perpetual Prize," by Miss Rose S. 
Wilson, Atlantic City. X. .J., in memorj' of her parents 
(annual) 2.50 



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REPORT OF THE LADIES' AUXILIARY BOARD 

(Mrs. Bernard Kohn, Chairman) 

Tlie Ladies' Auxiliary Board again at the end of this year 
has a most gratifying report to make. The Board members have 
visited the School regularly, and are unanimous in their praise 
of the efficient manner in which the household has been conducted, 
the cleanly and well-cared-for condition of the buildings, and 
the kindly home atmosphere due to the influence of our matron. 
Miss Churchman. 

The monthly dances, started so successfully by the Ladies' 
Board last winter, are still being continued, supplemented during 
the warm months by very enjoyable picnics. The spirit and 
morale of the boys certainly warrant their continuance. 

The canning was also most successful this year. Of course 
the weather last spring was most favorable for large crops. The 
number of jars of fruits and vegetables secured was the largest 
of any year recorded, and. according to Mr. Campbell, Superin- 
tendent of Supplies, the largest in the history of the School. 
There are over two thousand half -gallon jars, giving a supply 
that will easily cover the winter's needs. 

The Ladies' Board is happy to recognize that the separate 
housing for the Faculty is at last becoming an accomplished fact. 
A charming house is rapidly being completed for the Director 
and his wife, and we feel with this start in the right direction 
others will follow. 

Mrs. Schoneman and Mrs. Goldsmith had charge of the linen 
room, and were delighted with the many liberal donations of 
linens and household articles that were received. . Again we wish 
to make a special acknowledgment of thanks and appreciation 
to the various Sisterhoods, Council of Jewish Women and Ladies' 
Aid Societies, who have so generously responded to Dr. Kraus- 
kopf 's appeal, and have so liberally contributed to the needs of 
the Farm School. A list of the organizations, which assisted in 
the work, is appended, and we trust that these splendid efforts 
on behalf of the School will be continued. 

Council of Jewish Women, Albany, N. Y. 
Temple Sisterhood, Alexandria, La. 
Beth El Temple Sisterhood, Alexandria, Va. 
Jewish Welfare Board, AUentown, Pa. 
Henrietta Sterne Sisterhood, Anniston, Ala. 
Jewish Ladies' Aid Society, Appleton, Wis 



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Council of Jewish Women, Atlanta, Ga. 

Council of Jewish Women, Augusta, Ga. 

Temple Sisterhood, Baj- Citj', ]\Iich. 

Council of Jewish Women, Beaumont, Tex. 

}iliss Julia Richncr. Junior member of Council of Jewish Women, 
Beaumont, Tex. 

Moses Montefiore Temple Sisterhood and Ladies' Aid, Bloomington, 
111. 

Sisterhood, Temple Ohabei Sholom, Boston, Mass. 

Council of Jewish Women, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Jewish Ladies' Aid Society, Bristol, Va. 

Brookl3'n Section, Council of Jewish Juniors, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Temple Auxiliary Sewing Circle, Brownsville, Tenn. 

Montefiore Sisterhood, Cairo, 111. 

Virginia Street Temple Sisterhood, Charleston, W. Va. 

Council of Jewish Women and Sisterhood of Mizpah Temple, 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Sisterhood Temple Emanuel, Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Council of Jewish Women, Corsicana, Tex. 

Sisterhood of B'er Chayim Congregation, Cumberland. Md. 

Sisterhood of Temple Emanuel, Davenport, Iowa. 

Council of Jewish Women, Dayton, O. 

Council of Jewish Women, Denver, Colo. 

Temple Beth El Sisterhood, Detroit, Mich. 

Council of Jewish Women, Elizabeth, N. J. 

Jewish Ladies' Aid Society, Flint, Mich. 

Council of Jewish Women, Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Fort Wayne Temple Sisterhood, Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Ladies' Aid Society, Hamilton, O. 

Ohev Sholom Sewing Circle, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Temple Sisterhood, Cong. Beth Israel, Hartford, Conn. 

Council of Jewish Women, Houston, Tex. 

Sisterhood B'nai Israel Temple, Jackson, Tenn. 

Sisterhood of Temple Israel, Jamaica, N. Y. 

Council of Jewish Women, Johnstown, Pa. 

U. H. Temple Aid Sisterhood, Joplin, Mo. 

Hebrew Ladies' Benevolent Society, Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Jewish Woman's Auxiliary of Beth El Temple, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Lafayette and New Iberia Sisterhood, Lafayette, La. 

Temple Sinai Sisterhood, Lake Charles, La. 

Hebrew Ladies' Relief Society, La Porte, Ind. 

Maryland Avenue Sisterhood, Lexington. Ky. 

Mrs. S. Baumgarten, Little Rock, Ark. 

Council of Jewish Women, Little Rock. Ark. 

Adath Israel Sisterhood, Louisville, Ky. 

Woman's Auxiliary B'rith Sholom, Louisville, Ky. 

Council of Jewish Women, Macon, Ga. 

Hebrew Ladies' Aid Society, Macon, Ga. 

Council of Jewish Women, Marion. O. 

Pauline Levy Sewing Circle, Memphis, Tenn. 

Regina No. 19, U. O. T. S., [Memphis, Tenn. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 47 

Council of Jewish Women, jMilwaukce, Wis. 
Council of Jewish Women, Mobile, Ala. 
Sinai Temple Sisterhood, Mount Vernon, N. Y. 
Hebrew Ladies' Aid Society, Natchez, Miss. 
Women's Temple Association, Newark, N. J. 
Council of Jewish Women, New Haven, Conn. 
Sisterhood of Congregation Anshe S'fard, New Orleans, La. 
Amelia Meyers Guild of Council of Jewish Women, Newport 
News, Va. 

Sisterhood of Inwood Hebrew Congregation, New York, N. Y. 

Council of Jewish Women, Oil City, Pa. 

Temple Israel Sisterhood, Omaha, Neb. 

Temple Keneseth Israel Sewing Circle, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Philadelphia Branch of the Needlework Guild, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Temple Sisterhood, Pine Bluff, Ark. 

Council of Jewish Women, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Council of Jewish Women, Portland, Ore. 

Council of Jewish Women, Port Arthur, Tex. 

Council of Jewish Women, Providence, R. I. 

Sisterhood of Temple Ohev S'holom, Reading, Pa. 

Council of Jewish Juniors, Richmond, Va. 

Council of Jewish Women, Richmond Hill, N. Y. 

Council of Jewish Women, San Antonio, Tex. 

Madison Avenue Temple Sewing Circle, Scranton, Pa. 

Council of Jewish Women, Sharon, Pa. 

Council of Jewish Women, Shefifield, Ala. 

Council of Jewish Women, Shreveport, La. 

Council of Jewish Women, Spokane, Wash. 

Council of Jewish Women, Terre Haute, Ind. 

Collingwood Avenue Temple Sisterhood, Toledo, O. 

Council of Jewish Women, Tulsa, Okla. 

Council of Jewish Women, Washington, D. C. 

Council of Jewish Women, Wichita Falls, Tex. 

Council of Jewish Women, Wilmington, Del. 

Sisterhood of Beth Israel Congregation, York, Pa. 

Jewish Women's Aid Society, Zanesville, O. 



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THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



REPORT OF THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

Cecil J. Toor, Secretary 

The graduates of The National Farm School, in a small way, 
wish to show the appreciation they feel for the opportunities in 
agricultural training they enjoyed at The National Farm School. 
To this end many of them have pledged, and some in part paid 
pledges as given in the appended list. The prime purpose is to 
raise a Fifty Thousand Dollar Fund which is to be presented 
to the school in some form as a gift from the contributing alumni. 
The Alumni, while not rich in dollars, wish to take this modest 
means of joining the community that is supporting the school. 

The following is a list of the pledges and paj^ments made 
to date: 



Class Name 


Pledge 


Paid 


Class Name 


Pledge 


Paid 


'04 


Bernard Zalinger . 


$325 


$10 


'20 


Samuel Fine .... 


. $250 


20 


'05 


David Serber .... 


1,000 


200 


'20 


Aaron Moskowitz 


200 


10 


'06 


Bernhard Ostrolenk 


1,000 


300 


'20 


Robt. Livingston. 


200 


— 


'07 


Victor Anderson . 


100 


10 


'20 


I. J. Mills 


200 


— 


'07 


Abe Miller 


1,000 


200 


'20 


Morris Daniels . . 


200 


40 


'08 


Isaac S'tern 


1,000 


100 


'20 


Sumner Smith . . 


200 


— 


'08 


Sam. Rudley 


100 


— 


'20 


Julius Brodie . . . 


— 


10 


'11 


Sam. Rocklin .... 


200 


— 


'20 


Al. Goldstone . . . 


. 1,000 


— 


'11 


J. L. Sarner 


200 


20 


'20 


Richard Boyes . . 


— 


10 


'13 


James Work 


500 


50 


'20 


Nathan Bromberg 


200 


— 


'13 


M. Fereshetian . . . 


100 


— 


'20 


Geo. Forman .... 


— 


10 


'13 


Louis Helfand . . . 


500 


— 


'20 


Bennett Levy . . . 


100 


20 


'14 


J. Raskin 


100 


10 


'21 


Harry Corenzwit 


200 


15 


'15 


M. Semel 


500 


25 


'21 


M. Kraus 


100 


— 


'15 


Harry Shor 


100 


20 


'21 


A. Krotoshinsky. 


200 


— 


'16 


Charles Abrams . . 


500 


113 


'21 


Dominick DeVito 


100 


— 


'16 


Sol Shapiro 


300 


— 


'21 


Sam Cooper .... 


100 


— 


'16 


Cecil J. Toor .... 


500 


150 


'21 


G. Taube 


300 


— 


'16 


Arthur Levintow. 


300 


10 


'21 


A. Zinn 


200 





'17 


C. Kochowsky . . . 


200 




'21 


S. Samuels 


225 


— 


'17 


S. Erde 


125 
200 


10 
10 


'21 
'21 


Edgar E. Hecsh. 
Irving Silverman 


225 
225 





'17 


Sol Adler 


— 


'17 


I. Shapiro 


200 


20 


'22 


Burton F. Burlact 


: 100 


— 


'17 


A. A. Radler 


100 


10 


'22 


Louis Kiesling . . . 


100 


— 


'18 


H. Fishman 


200 


— 


'22 


Chas. Rubenstein . 


100 


— 


'19 


Jacob Mannes .... 


200 


20 


'22 


Archie Toffler . . . 


100 


— 


'19 


Geo. Wolf 


300 


30 














'19 


Emanuel Wiener. . 


100 


20 




Total 


$14,775 $ 


1,473 




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THH XATIOXAL FAR^[ SCHOOL 49 



WHAT SOME OF OUR GRADUATES ARE DOING 

Abranis, Chas.. U. S'. Soldiers' Homo, dairy. Washington, D. C. 

Abrams, S. M.. Collegeville. Pa., on his own farm. 

Adler, Solomon, South River, Aid., foreman. 

Aidman, Geo., Columbus, Ohio, dairy department, Ohio State College. 

Anderson, Victor, Sanatoga, Pa., on his own farm. 

Atkatz, J., St. Augustine, Fla., herdsman. 

Aukburg, David, poultrynian for M. Watrons, Coldwater, N. Y. 

Becker, Isaac, Tulsa, Okla, herdsman. 

Berg, Henr}-, East Mansfield, Mass., on his own farm. 

Berlack. Burton, student, Florida Agricultural College, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Billig, Sam., Glenwood Landing, L. I., N. Y., on his own farm. 

Blumer, Casper, Philadelphia, orcharding. 

Boyes, Richard, Rosemont, Pa., farm manager. 

Braunstein, I., Staughton, ]\Iass., superintendent of farm. 

Brodie, Julius, LTrbana, 111., student in agriculture. 

Brody, S., LTniversity of Missouri, Columbia, Mo., professor of dairying. 

Bromberg, Nathan. Route No. 10, Caj-ahoga Falls. O., farm manager. 

Brown, Benj., Cincinnati Sanitarium, Cincinnati, Ohio, in charge of poultry 
department. 

Chodes, Benj., Gap, Pa., veterinary surgeon. 

Cirotti, Tony, student, Penn State Agricultural College, State College, Pa. 

Cohen, Simon L., Doylestown. Pa., farm foreman. 

Colton, ]\Iax J., American Joint Distribution Committee, Warsaw, Poland. 

Comsk}-, Nathan, Corwin Farms, Rock Valley, la., poultryman. 

Cooper, S., superintendent, Winterthus Farm, Winterthus, Del. 

Daniels, i\I., Montveu Farm, Lynchburg, Va., herdsman. 

Davidson, Sam'l, Hamberg, Pa., herdsman. 

DeVito, Dominic, Mass. Agr. College, Amhurst, Mass., student in agriculture. 

Donchin, S. M., State College, Pa., agricultural student. 

Dorfman, Sam., Dean, N. J., on his own farm. 

Druckerman, Benj., LT. S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Horticul- 
ture, El Paso, Texas. 

Ehoodin, Abraham, Amelia, Ohio, on parents' farm. 

Einstein, Sylvan D., Norma, N. J., on his own farm. 

Epstein, Abraham, Stamford, Conn., dairying on rented farm. 

Feldman, Nathan, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C, 
animal husbandry. 

Fine, Salem, Jolly Water Farm, West Chester, Pa., part owner. 

Finkel, Jacob, Lorica, Columbia, S. C, extensive farming enterprise. 

Fleisher, Max, Inglewood Farm, Gordon, Va., superintendent. 

Fleischman, Sam., N. Y. C, poultry assistant. 

Foreman, Geo., N. J. Training School, Vineland, N. J., herdsman. 

Foreman, Louis, with Park Commission, Philadelphia. 

Fox, Louis I., Toms River, N. J., poultryman. 

Frank, Abraham, Ferndale, N. Y., cultivating father's farm. 

Fried, Albert, Vermillion, Ohio, on his own farm. 

Friedman, David, Harvard University, graduate work. 



50 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

Frischkopf, Michael, Mass. Agricultural College, Amherst, Mass. 

Galblum, Samuel, U. S. Department of Agriculture, poultry assistant. 

Gelles, Tobias, Guatemala, C. A., foreman, banana plantation. 

Glantz, E., Falsington, Pa., on his own farm. 

Goldberg, Benj., Sintland, Md., farm superintendent. 

Goldberg, Geo., Spring Valley, N. Y., on his own farm. 

Goldberg, Louis, Ohio State Agricultural College, specializing. 

Goldenbaum, Sam., N. Y. C, horticulturist's assistant. 

Goldfield, Jack, Norma, N. J., on his own farm. 

Goldsmith, Bernard, Warrington, Pa., on his own farm. 

Goldstein, J., Mt. Kemble Farm, Morristown, N. J., assistant. 

Goldston, A. R., St. Mary's, W. Va., instructor in agriculture. 

Golub, N., Columbus, Ohio, agricultural student. 

Gordon, A., Rochester, N. Y., on his own farm. 

Greenberg, Samuel, Bristol, Pa., poultryman. 

Groman, Walter, Farm School, Pa., assistant foreman. 

Hahne, John, Fargo, N. D., on his own farm. 

Halbert, M. Michael, Norma, N. J., general farming. 

Halpern, Morris, Cedar Falls, Iowa, Beaver Valley Stock Farm. 

Harkovy, Morris, Ohio State University, studying agriculture. 

Harrison, Beryl, Estacion Colonia Dora, Argentine Republic, S. A., in charge 
of Colony. 

Hecsh, Edgar, Colonial Florist Co., Philadelphia, Pa., florist. 

Helfand, L. I., Hammonton, N. J., practising veterinary science. 

Hill, David J., Victory Farms, Doylestown, Pa., superintendent. 

Hirsch, Harry, Lyon, 111., on his own farm. 

Ibaugh, Geo., Rockport, Pa., farm superintendent. 

Jaffe, Benj., Tulsa, Okla., herdsman. 

Jenkins, A., Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y., in charge of poultry. 

Joffe, D., 3867 Cambridge St., Philadelphia, Pa., tree surgeon. 

Johnston, Edwin, A., New Britain, Pa., farm manager. 

Kaskin, L., Westview Farm, Woodstown, N. J., superintendent. 

Katz, Ernest, Tallahassee, Fla., on his own farm. 

Kasselman, Benj., Wyananstskill, N. Y., on his own farm. 

Kesselman, Max, with Jewish Colonization Assn., Haifitz, Palestine. 

Kiesling, Louis, Town's Find Farm, West Chester, Pa., farm assistant. 

Klein, E., Ohio Northern University, Ada, Ohio, instructor in horticulture. 

Koshowsky, Chas., Drexel Institute, Philadelphia, Pa., engineering student. 

Kotlikoff, S., Lansdale, Pa., on his own farm. 

Kraus, Morris, Spring Valley, N. Y., on his own farm. 

Kraus, Harry, Spring Valley, N. Y., on his own farm. 

Krintzman, Philip, Chrome, N. J., truck gardening. 

Krivin, David, on his own farm. 

Krivonos, Abe, Cleveland, O., farm assistant. 

Krotoshinsky, Abraham, Ekron, Palestine, cultivating soil. 

Langer, Arthur, Winterthur, Del., milk tester. 

Lebeson, Herman, Texas Experiment Station, College Station, Texas, assist- 
ant chemist. 

Leedes, Jas., Massachusetts Agricultural College, Amherst, Mass., student. 

Levin, Julius, Connecticut, cultivating own farm. 

Levinson, J., 3800 E. Colfax, Denver, Col., instructor in poultry. 



THE XATIOXAL FARM SCHOOL 51 

Levintow. Anhur. Philadelpliia, Pa., Michell Seed Company. 

Light, Philip. Skilhnan, N. J., farm assistant. 

Livingston, Robert, with S. S. Pennock. wholesale florists. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Malis, Emanuel, owner of Santa Barbara Seed Co., Santa Barbara, Cal. 

]\Iayer, Morris, Nationl Farm School. Farm School, P;i., instructor in horti- 
culture. 

Mayne, Bruce. U. S. P. Health Service, Hall ^Medical School. Memphis. Tenn. 

McCool, John B., State College, Pa., student. 

McCracken. W. J., Cynwj-d, Pa., general farming. 

Mickelson, ^L, 707 Bucknaman St., Indianapolis, Ind.. manager. National 
Tree Surger\' Company. 

ISIiller, Abraham, Chicago, 111., president, American Bulb Compan\'. 

Miller, Jack. Marydel, Md., on his own farm. » 

Miller, Samuel, Chalfont, Pa., on his own farm. 

Mills, Ira J.. Doylestown, Pa., on his own farm. 

Moskowitz, Aaron, Galveston. Texas, tlorist. 

Neustadt, David, Federal Food Inspector for Port of Xew York. 

Xusbaum, Chas.. Columbus, Ohio, agricultural student. 

Ostrolenk. Bernhard, Farm School, Pa.. Director of X'^ational Farm School. 

Paris, Maxwell, Tom's River, X". J., farm assistant. 

Rabinowitz, J., Warrington, Pa., on his own farm. 

Radler, Abe, Bretwood, N. Y., manager, poultry farm. 

Ratner, Jos., Norristown, Pa., assisting brother. 

Ratner, H., Norristown, Pa., on his own farm. 

Reid, Wm. L., St. Paul. Minn., agricultural student. 

Rich, Harry, American Sumatra Tobacco Co., S'outhwick, Mass., Government 
tobacco expert. 

Robbins, Saml, Warrington, Pa., on his own farm. 

Rosenberg, Morris, Weston, Va., dairyman. 

Rosenberg, N., Rome, N. Y., general agriculture. 

Rosenfeld, M.. Philadelphia. Pa., superintendent of city parks. 

Ross, H., Brooklyn. X". Y.. Veterinary Hospital. 

Rudley, S.. 102 South Tenth St., Wilmington, Del. florist. 

Salinger, M., 216 Callo Callo. Buenos Ayres, Argentine. S. A.. Director, 
Jewish Colony. 

S'amuel, S., ^lass. Agr. College. Amhurst, Mass., student in agriculture. 

Schlesinger, Ed., Newark, Del., Delaware College student. 

Schlossberg, Morris, student, Ohio State Agricultural College, Columbus. O. 

Schneider, W'm., Woodburj-, X^. J., poultryman. 

Schorr, Arthur, Geo. B. Ferris Farm, Grand Rapids, ]Mich., poultryman. 

Schutzbank, J., Freehold, X". J., on his own farm. 

Schweitzer, H., Oakland, Cal,, agricultural student. 

Selector, M., State College, Pa., student. 

Shapiro, Sol., Columbus, Ohio, student. 

Shor, Harry, Ipswich, Mass., farm manager. 

Shultz, Harr\'. Perkasie. Pa., on his own farm. 

Silver, Chas.. Monroeville, X'. J., cultivating own farm. 

Silverman, Irving. B'nai B'rith Orphanage. Fairview, Erie, Pa., instructor in 
agriculture. 

Smith, H. S'umner. Doylestown, Pa., farm assistant. 

Smoochler, M., Woodstown. X'. I., on his own farm. 



52 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

Snowvice, Wm., Bridgeton, N. J., R. D. No. 6, on his own farm. 

Sn\'der, Stanley, Easton, Pa., on his own farm. 

Speyer, Aaron, Painsville, Ohio, general farming. 

Stalorof, N., Rosvvell, New Mex., on his own farm. 

Stamen, R., Columbus, Ohio, student in university. 

Statman. Harry, Beechwood Farm, Mount Tremper, N. Y. 

Swerdlow, Gab., American Bulb Co., Chicago, 111., assistant. 

Taubenhaus, J., Texas Agricultural College, College Station, Tex., director 

of plant patholog}^ 
Tofifler, Archie, Atlantic City, N. J., farm foreman. 
Toor, Cecil J., Farm School, Pa., Instructor in Poultr}-, The National Farm 

School. 
Trupin, Philip, N. D. Agr. College, Fargo, N. D., agricultural student. 
Ullman, J., Bluffton, S. C, owner. Planters' Mercantile Co. 
Ullman, Sol., Farm School, Pa., farm assistant. 

Wade, Benj., Ohio State College, Columbus, Ohio, student in agriculture. 
Wagner, Charles H., Jr., Ryder's Mills, N. Y., on his own farm. 
Wallman, I., Chicago, 111., veterinary inspector. 
Weigle, F., Harroon, Pa., general farming. 
Weinberg, H., Quincy, Fla., tobacco expert. 

Weiss, H., Oriole Farms, Youngstown, Ohio, general farming. 
Weiss, Newton, Princeton, N. J., farm assistant. 
Wenger, Otto, The National Farm School, Farm School, Pa., post graduate, 

manager, Hellman Experimental Farm. 
Wiseman, J. H., Pittsburgh, Pa., instructor in gardening. Board of Public 

Education. 
Witkin, A., Philadelphia, Pa., florist. 

Wolf, Geo., care of H. Morgenthau, Jr., Hopewell, N. Y., herdsman. 
Wolf, Jesse, Fond du Lac, Wis., Cow Testing Association. 
Zack, Harry, care of H. K. Fly, Chapaque, N. Y., general farming. 
Zalinger, B. A., 113 East Forty-ninth' St., Chicago, 111., florist. 
Zinn, A., Doylestown, Pa., farm assistant. 



SUNDRY DONATIONS 

American Bulb Co. (Mr. Abe Miller), Chicago, 6,500 French Romans and 

215 Callas. 
Mrs. Albert J. Bamberger, Philadelphia, 3 dozen silver teaspoons. 
Baron de Hirsch Fund, New York, large quantity of household and kitchen 

utensils, cutlery, flatware, etc. 
Mr. M. L. Bayard, Philadelphia, 1 sprocket wheel. . 4 

Dr. R. C. Becker, Philadelphia, attended to all dental work for students free . ' 

of charge. 
B. Binswanger & Co., Philadelphia, 20 gallons of red paint. 
Blumenthal Bros., Philadelphia, keg of cocoa. 
Mr. David Burpee, Philadelphia, subscription to IS magazines. 
W. Atlee Burpee & Co., Philadelphia, seeds for farms and gardens. 
Mr. Wm. Caufmann, Philadelphia, 1 mule. 
B. and I. Cohen, Minersville, Pa., 9 caps. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 53 

Mr. Chas. J. Cohen, Philadelphia, $74 worth of printed envelopes and 50 per 
cent, of cost of envelopes used for mailing this book. 

Mr. Henry H. Collins, Jr., President, A. M. Collins Mfg. Co., Philadelphia, 
cover paper for entire edition of this book. 

Miss Rebecca Churchman, Farm School, Pa., quantity of dishes. 

Dreifus & Co., Philadelphia, 10 uniform coats. 

Mrs. Harmon Eckstein, Philadelphia, sewing machine. 

B. C. Friedman & Sons, Philadelphia, 50 lbs. Matzos and 10 lbs. Matzos meal. 

IMr. Lucius W. Godfrey, Doylestown, Pa., 4 volumes of "Outline of Science." 

Mrs. 1\[. Grossman. Philadelphia, sewing machine. 

Mr. Leo H. Heimerdinger, Philadelphia, 12 dozen belts, 3 dozen garters. 

H. H. Hirsch, Philadelphia, barrel Hirsch roofing compound. 

Mr. A. Hirschheimer, La Crosse, Wis., 2 alfalfa plows, 12 plowshares. 

Mr. Geo. F. Hoffman, Philadelphia, framed Liberty Loan Poster. 

Mr. Aaron Hyman, Philadelphia, 6 pieces of table and 3 pieces of shelf oil- 
cloth. 

International Harvester Co.. Philadelphia, 1 binder. 

James Mfg. Go., Fort Atkinson, Wis., dairy supplies. 

Jezi'ish Exponcni, Philadelphia, complimentary subscription. 

Jezvish Nezvs, Denver, Colo., complimentary subscription. 

Jezvish Voice, St. Louis, Mo., complimentary subscription. 

INIrs. Bernard Kohn, Philadelphia, $55 toward radio apparatus. 

Dr. and ]\Irs. Jos. Krauskopf, Philadelphia, treat of ice cream and cake to 
household. 

Mr. H. C. Krauskopf, Philadelphia, 2 oil paintings. 

Mr. S. J. Marx, Philadelphia, services as instructor in farm accounting. 

Dr. Wesley IMassinger, Chalfont, Pa., veterinary set, as prize to students. 

Messrs. Emanuel and Morris Meyerhofif, Philadelphia, 2 oil paintings. 

Mitchell Manufacturing Co., Milwaukee, Wis., automatic water bowl. 

Mr. Samuel Nittinger, Philadelphia, Organ. 

Mr. Elias Nusbaum, Philadelphia, services as instructor in farm electricity. 

Mr. Lawrence Powell, Chicago, 111., 3 dozen, each, silver knives and forks. 

Mr. Nicholas Powers. Doylestown, Pa., loan of films for v^^eekly moving 
picture entertainments. 

Thos. W. Price Co., through Mr. Forte, Philadelphia, 50 per cent, of machine 
finish paper for edition of this book. 

Mr. Jacob Rice, Philadelphia, 4 bags of beans. 

Roman Automobile Co., Philadelphia, Paige touring car. 

Mrs. Henry Rosenthal, Philadelphia, "A Tale of a Walled Town." 

Sharpless Separator Co., West Chester, Pa., suction feed separator. 

Mr. Nathan S'nellenburg, Philadelphia, 6 dozen each, bath and face towels. 

Mr. Eugene 'SI. Stern, Philadelphia, subscription to American Forestry Maga- 
zine. 

Mrs. Myer Sycle, Philadelphia, framed picture. 

Mrs. H. J. Tickner, Philadelphia, 6 pairs of slippers. 



54 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



REGISTER OF STUDENTS 

POST GRADUATE 
Otto Wenger, Philadelphia, Pa. 



SENIOR CLASS 



Jacob Abramovitz. Gloversville, N. Y 
David Becker, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Leo Bennett, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Mitchell Brauman, Easton, Pa. 
Nathan Comsky, Chicago, 111. 
Boris Duskin, Chicago, 111. 
Charles Eisler, New York, N. Y. 
Henry Eskin, Newark, N. J. 
Henry Fairstein, Philadelphia, Pa. 
David Frater, Philadelphia. Pa. 
Walter Gladney, Trenton, N. J. 
Herbert Goldich, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Irving Herrmann, New York, N. Y. 
Joseph Horowitz, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Frederick Kloss, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Irving Landau, New York, N. Y. 
David Lasday, Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Henri J. Liva, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Jacob Malkin, Barren Hill, Pa. 
Joseph Master, Yantic, Conn. 
Leopold Pincus, New York, N. Y. 
David Piatt, Weehawken Heights, 

N.J. 
Cecil Rabinowitz, New York, N. Y. 
Rubin Regelson, New York, N. Y. 
Max Rotter, Cleveland, Ohio. 
William Sandford, Trenton, N. J. 
Bernard Savage, Baltimore, Md. 
Benj. Schwartz, Philadelphia, Pa. 
William Shorr, New York, N. Y. 
Stanley Sneidman, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Wm. Van Looy, Sicklerville, N. J. 
Saul Waxman, New York, N. Y. 
Jacob Weiner, Philadelphia. Pa. 



JUNIOR CLASS 



Joseph Berman, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Benjamin Block, Dorchester, ]\Iass. 
Nathan Brewer, Chicago, 111. 
Samuel Cahan, Philadelphia. Pa. 
Morris Carp, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Benjamin Diamond, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Ellsbury Elliott. Philadelphia, Pa. 
Francis Entwistle, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Samuel Filgut. Chicago, 111. 
Louis Goldich, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Burton Klein, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Norman Lefkowith, Roxbury, Mass. 
Sidney J. Micliael, Uniontown, Pa. 



Herman Oppenheimer, Washington, 

D. C. 
Moise Oster, Montgomery, Ala. 
Morris Ostrolenk, Gloversville, N. Y. 
Samuel Packer. Philadelphia. Pa. 
Abraham Shevitz, Detroit, ^vTich. 
Morris Silverman. Philadelphia, Pa. 
Joseph Stringer, Philadelphia, Pa. 
David Tomash, New York. N. Y 
Nathan Topp, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Joseph E. Trucksess, Philadelphia. 

Pa. 
Irving Victor, Detroit, ]\Iich. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 
FRESHMAN CLASS 



Nathan Albert, New York, N. Y. 
Ben. Alexander, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Philip Becker, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Leon Blumberg, Camden, N. J. 
Seymour Borushik, New York, N. Y. 
David Brown, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Martin M. Cohien, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Myer E. Cohien, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Wm. Dorell, Collingswood, N. J. 
Alfred H. Elfrey, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Asher Finklestein, Cleveland, Ohio 
Mark Goldstein, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Leopold Gottlieb, New York, N. Y. 
Louis Gottlieb, Pleasantville, N .Y. 
George Green. New York, N. Y. 



Benjamin Janoff, New York, N. Y. 
Samuel Kapler, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Samuel Laver, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Benj. Maizner, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Kenneth B. Mayer, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Albert Pariser, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Max Regal, Gloversville, N. Y. 
Harry Rabinowitz, New York, N. Y. 
Warren Rinnenberg, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Ben Rosenberg, Eau Claire, Mich. 
Hymen Rosenblum, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Edward Schneider, Chicago, 111. 
Milton Schwartz, Philadelphia, Pa. 
W. H. Shaw, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Fred Sobel, Philadelphia, Pa. 



STUDENTS FROM U. S. BOARD FOR VOCATIONAL TRAINING 



William Ambearle, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Norman Allabaugh, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Chas. Dahlstrom, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Paul Dulabone, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Wm. G. Eiden, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Richard La Hart, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Joseph McLaughlin, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Lafayette O'Connor, Philadelphia, 
Pa. 



Arhe Oppenheim, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Charles Snyder, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Howard P. Sooy, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Paul Sotter, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Wm. Stauffer, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Charles Thomas, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Ernest Widmaier, Philadelphia, Pa. 
George Wilson, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Joseph Worthline, Philadelphia, Pa. 



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56 



THE NATIOXAL FARM SCHOOL 



LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS 

For the Year Endinfc September 30, 1922 



ALABAMA 

Anniston 

C o n g r e gation 

Beth -El $5.00 

Sacks, Jos 5.00 

Smith, Mrs. Col- 
umbus 5.00 

Sterne, L. A 5.00 

Benton 

Cadden, J. 1 5.00 

Bessemer 

Becker, L 5.00 

Birmingham 

Adler. Morris . . . 25.00 
B i r m i n g ham 
Lodge. Xo. 368, 

I. O. B. B 5.00 

Federated Chari- 
ties of Temple 

Emanuel 100.00 

Marx. Otto 10.00 

Michael, Sam 5.00 

Pizitz. Louis .... 5.00 
Smolian, J 5.00 

Demopolis 
Mayer. Mrs. M... 10.00 
Tannebaum, B 5.00 

Ensley 

Goldstein & Cohen 5.00 
Goldstein. Isadore 5.00 

Huntsville 

Esora Lodge 2.36, 

I. O. B. B 5.00 

Marx, Gus 5.00 

Mobile 

**Bernheimer, Mrs. 

L. 
Beth Zur Lodge 

84, I. O. B. B.. 5.00 
Federated Jewish 

Charities 100.00 

Forcheimer, Ferd. 10.00 

Montgomery 

Emanuel Lodge 

10.3, I. O. B. B.. 5.00 
Gassenheimer, S., 

& Co 10.00 

Haas, J. C 10.00 

Kaufman, A. J... 5.00 

Kaufman. Sam'l . 10.00 

Klein, Leo 20.00 

Levystein. 1 5.00 

Loeb, Lucien S... 5.00 

Loeb, Michel 10.00 

Nachman, A 5.00 

Nachman & Meer- 

tief 5.00 

Rubin, J 5.00 

Sabel, Max 5.00 

Solomon Bros. & 

Kahn 5.00 

Strauss, Leopold. 5.00 



AVeil. Adolph . . . 


5.00 


Weil, Mrs. E. L.. 


5.00 


Weil, Emil 


10.00 


AVeil, Isidor .... 


5.00 


AVeil, Lee 


5.00 


Weil. Lionel . . . 


5.00 


Weil, L. W. & Co 


10.00 


Selma 




Adler. J. C 


5.00 


Hohenberg, Mor 




ris 


5.00 


Kayser, Isidore 


5.00 


Lehman, M. M.. . 


5.00 


Maas. Leo S. . . . 


.5.00 


Schuster. B. J.. . 


5.00 


Wetumpka 




Hoheuberjr. M.. S 




Co 


10.00 



ARIZONA 

Bisbee 

Frankenberg. Ben 5.00 
Tucson 

Jacobs, Lionel M. 20.00 

ARKANSAS 

Fort Smith 

Heyman, Ralph J. 5.00 

Kaufman, Henry. 5.00 

Nakdimen, I. H.. 10.00 

Tilles, Sam 5.00 

Helena 

Seelig, B 5.00 

Solomon, Louis . . 5.00 

Holly Grove 

Abramson, Mrs. 

Rue 10.00 

Hot Springs 

Fellheimer, H. . . 5.00 

Little Rock 
♦Altheimer, Mrs. 
Louis. 
Baumgarten, Mrs. 

S 15.00 

Berger. Joe, Sr. . . 15.00 
Blass, Mrs. Gus . 10.00 
Blass, Gus, Dry 

Goods Co 10.00 

Cohn. Mark M.... 20.00 
•Epstein. Eph. 
Federated Jewish 

Charities 100.00 

Gross, J. B 25.00 

*Hamberg. Ad. 
Helman. Mrs. Max 10.00 
Kahn, Herman . . 50.00 
Lasker, Henry . . 25.00 
♦Lasker, Myron B. 
♦Pfeifer Bros. 
Pfeifer, Jos 5.00 



Marianna 

Lesser, Morris . . . 5.00 
Paragould 

Joseph, Mrs. S. 

L 5.00 

Pine Bluff 

Ro.senberg. F. M. 10.00 
Rothstein, Rabbi • 

L. J 5.00 

"Willing Workers" 

of Temple Anshe 

Emeth 5.00 

CALIFORNIA 

Bakersfield 

*Cohn, C. 
LichtensteTn. M. 

M 5.00 

Fresno 

Eintein, Mrs. 

Louis 10.00 

Gundelfinger, 

Louis 5.00 

Gundelfinger, Mrs. 

Louis 5.00 

La JoUa 

Lieber, Mr. and 

Mrs. W. S 15.00 

Los Angeles 

Baruch, Clarence. 5.00 
Baruch, Fred. H.. 5.00 
Baruch, Mrs. Her- 
man 5.00 

Baruch, Mrs. 

Jacob 5.00 

Cohen, Mrs. 

Gertrude 5.00 

Edelman, Dr. D. 

W 10.00 

Faerber, Arnold . 25.00 
Gumbiner, Louis 

C 10.00 

Gumbiner. Estate 

of Moses 10.00 

Isaacs, L 10.00 

Isaacs, Max 10.00 

Jacobsen, J. T. . . 45.00 
Kingbaker, Mrs. 

Clara 10.00 

Levi Co., Simon . 10.00 

Loew, J 10.00 

Merer, Alexander 5.00 

Mever, Ben R. . . 10.00 

Mosler, Henry G.. 5.00 

Xewmark, M. A... 5.00 

Newmark, M. R... 5.00 

Xordlinger. L. S.. 10.00 

Norton, Isaac .... 5.00 

Samuels. Caesar . 10.00 

Schiff, Ludwig .. 10.00 

Schiff, Sol 10.00 

Seligman. Carl . . 5.00 

Spangenthal. A. . 7.50 

Steinberg, Jacob. 10.00 

Steinlein, Karl . . 10.00 

Triest, Karl 25.00 



•Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



57 



Marysville 

Klotchy. A. G. .. n.OO 
Mountain View 

Ksberg. A. 1 10.00 

Oakland 

Diiikelspiel. Mrs. 

L. M l-'O.OO 

Jonas. Abraliain . 5.00 
*Lavenson. A. S. 
•Lavenson. Mrs. A. 
S. 
Oakland Lodge 
25*2. I. O. B. B.. 10.00 

Oxnard 

I,ebmann, L 5.00 

I'asadena 
Krauskoitf. 

Nathan 100.00 

Sacramento 

Etham Lodge 37, 
I. O. B. B 5.00 

Klaber. Mrs. Her- 
man 5.00 

San Die^o 

I»ryer. .To.-^. E 5.00 

Hillkowitz. S. . . . 5.00 

AVolf. Hyman S... 5.00 

San Francisco 

Anspaeher. Philip 10.00 

Arnhold. Mrs. B.. 25.00 

Arnstein. Liidwig 10.00 

Aronson. A 10.00 

BlooLu. Samuel . . 5.00 

Blum. Max 5.00 

Boas. Judah 10.00 

Bransten, Edward 5.00 

Brenner. Gustave. 10.00 
Cahn. Mrs. M. A.. 5.00 

Castle. Walter M. 60.00 

Ehrman. .S. M. ... 10.00 
Feineman, Miss E. 

R 25.00 

Fries. Wm 5.00 

Furst. Fannie A.. 5.00 
Gellert. Isaac .... 7. -50 
Gerstle. Mrs. Han- 
nah 5.00 

Gundelfinger, E. 

R .■ 10.00 

♦Gunst. M. A. 

Haas. Mrs. Abe . . 100.00 

Haas. Mrs. AVm... 20.00 
Hecht. Miss Edith 5.00 
**Hellman. Isaias W. 
Hirschfelder, Mrs. 

J. 5.00 

Ickelheimer. S. . . 5.00 

.Tacobi. J. .J 10.00 

Jacobs. Alfred H. 25.00 
Kaufmann, ^Ym. . 5.00 
Koshland, Mrs. 

Marcus S 100.00 

Levison. J. B. . . . 15.00 

Levy. Jules 10.00 

Lilienthal. Mrs. J. 

W 25.00 

Maver. Mr. and 

Mrs. Henry L.. 50.00 
♦Meyer. Mary Jean- 

nette. 

Moses. Abraham . 15.00 
**Neustadter, Mrs. 

J. H. 



Newman. .lu<la . . 10.00 
Pacific Orient Co. 5.00 

Ralss, Carl 10.00 

Rapken, ^L A. . . . 5.00 
Roos, Jacques . . . 10.00 
*Rosenbaum, Mrs. 

C. W. 
Rosenberg Bros. 

& Co 50.00 

Rosenberg, Max 

L 100.00 

Sahlein, Mrs. 

Henry 10.00 

♦Samson, Mrs. Ru- 
dolph. 
♦Samson. Rudolph 

Walter. 
Schlesinger, Mrs. 

Amanda 5.00 

Schoenberg, Louis 20.00 
Schwabacher, Mrs. 

Louis 12.00 

Schwabacher, Mr. 

and Mrs. Louis 

A 10.00 

Siegel, Mrs. Hor- 

tense 5.00 

Sinsheimer, Henry 25.00 
Sinsheimer & Co.. 10.00 
Sloss, Mrs. M. C. 10.00 
Sloss, Mr. and 

Mrs. Max C. .. 25.00 
Stern, Mrs. Jacob 25.00 
Sussman, Mrs. 

Emilie 10.00 

Thieben, Mrs. Jos. 10.00 
Walter, Clarence 

R 10.00 

Wein, John H.... 5.00 
Weinstock. Harris 50.00 
Wiel, Irvin J 25.00 

San Luis Obispo 

Sinsheimer, Mrs. 

A. Z 5.00 

San Mateo 

Abraham son. 

Hugo 10.00 

San Rafael 

Herzog, S. K 5.00 

Santa Rosa 

Rosenberg, M., & 
Son 5.00 

Stockton 

Arndt, M. S 5.00 

Hope Lodge 126, 

I. O. B. B 5.00 

Levy, M., & Bro. 10.00 

Tracy 

Grunauer, A 5.00 

Yolo 

Borach, B 5.00 

COLORADO 

Colorado Springs 

Colorado Springs 
Lodge 523, I. O. 

B. B 10.00 

Sachs, Henry .... 5.00 

Denver 

Adelman, Dr. 
Louis 



Anfenger, Milton. 


5.00 


Baer, Louis D. . . 


5.00 


Barnett, M. D. . . . 


5.00 


Cohen, Louis .... 


5.00 


Cohen, Samuel . . 


5.00 


Cohn, Morris 


5.00 


Council of 




Jewish Women. 


10.00 


Denver Ijodge 171, 




I. O. B. B 


10.00 


Grauman, Al 


5.00 


Kohn, Samuel E. 


5.00 


Levie, Joseph .... 


5.00 


Mayer, Leopold . 


5.00 


Mayer, Sam 


5.00 


Morris, Ernest . . . 


5.00 


Neusteter, Max D. 


5.00 


Neusteter, Meyer. 


10.00 


Pride of Denver 




Lodge 333, I. O. 




B. A 


5.00 


Shere, 0. M 


5.00 


Simon, Dave B.. . 


5.00 


Solomon, Ben . . . 


5.00 


Spivak, Dr. C. D. 


5.00 


Wachtel, S., & Co. 


5.00 


Trinidad 




Trinidad Lodge 




No. 293, I. 0. B. 




B 


5.00 


CONNECTICUT 




Bridgeport 




Council of Jewish 




Women 


20.00 


Klein, Jacob B.. . 


5.00 



5.00 



Hartford 

Aishberg, Edwin. 5.00 
Beth Israel Sister- 
hood 10.00 

Blumenthal, H. S. 5.00 

Eisner, Solomon . 5.00 

Engle, Mrs. J. L. 5.00 

Epstein, M. L. . . 5.00 

Fassler, S. A 10.00 

Feinberg Bros. . . 5.00 

Fox, J. L 10.00 

Goldberg, A. D. . 5.00 

Goldschmidt, L. S. 10.00 

Goodman, Jos. . . . 10.00 

Gross, Herman . . 5.00 

Haas, Benj. L.... 10.00 

Haas, W. P 5.00 

Hartman, A. & S. 20.00 
Hartman, Eman- 
uel M 15.00 

Hartman, Gustave 15.00 

Herrup. Louis . . . 10.00 
Hollander's, A,, 

Sons 10.00 

Hutter. A 5.00 

Kaplan, David .. 5.00 

Kashmann, Ben . 10.00 
Kashmann, Sey- 

mor S 5.00 

Katten, A., & Sons 5.00 

Knoek, Gerald G. 5.00 

Knoek, L. S 10.00 

Levy, H. P 5.00 

Lyon, Bernhard . 5.00 

Lyon, Felix 5.00 

Margolis. Nathan. 5.00 

Marks, M. F 10.00 

Mendelsohn, Al- 
fred 1 10.00 

Mvers & Gross .. 10.00 

Olds & Whipple.. 10.00 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



58 



THE XATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Kapaport, B 


5.00 


Kosenberp, Jos. . 


10.00 


Seide, David 


5.00 


•Sllberinan, A. M. 




Silver Bros 


5.00 


Title & Rich 


5.00 


AVetstone, L 


5.00 


Wise, Isidore 


25.00 



New Haven 

Adler, Saltzruan & 

Adler 5.00 

Alper, Krall & Co. 5.00 

Ammernian, Wm. 5.00 
Canter & Kolet- 

sky 5.00 

Caplan, Judge 

Jacob 5.00 

Caplan, Murray . . 5.00 

Cohen. M 5.00 

Columbus Lodge 

61, I. O. B. A... 5.00 
Council of Jewish 

Women 10.00 

Peldman, A. I.... 5.00 

Freedman, Isidor 10.00 
Freedman, Mrs. 

Isidor 5.00 

Goldbaum, J. C... 5.00 
Gompertz, Mrs. 

Jewell M 5.00 

Gordon, Israel . . 5.00 
Guttman, Rabbi 

Adolph 25.00 

Hadley Co 10.00 

Herrman. Sig. . . . 5.00 

Hershman, J 5.00 

Hoffman & Hoff- 
man 5.00 

Horeb Lodge 25, 

I. O. B. B 25.00 

Jacobs, Benj 5.00 

Jacobs, Hyman . . 10.00 
Johnson, Albert 

J 10.00 

Johnson, Jos. C. . 10.00 

Kaufman, 1 5.00 

Klein, Arthur . . . 5.00 

Komroflf, Sam . . . 5.00 

Koon, Joseph 5.00 

Leichter, M. B 5.00 

Levy, Irwin S 10.00 

Maretz, Julius . . 5.00 

Mendel. Adolph . . 10.00 

Muhlfelder, S. . . . 5.00 

Nathanson, S. J.. 5.00 
New Haven Lodge 

4, U. O. T. S. . . 5.00 

Newman, Jacob J. 25.00 
Newman, Samuel 

J 5.00 

Notkins, A. I. ... 5.00 
Osterweis, M r s. 

G .-,.00 

Perlroth. A 5.00 

Podoloff, A., & 

Son 5.00 

Price, Max 5.00 

Rosenberg, Louis 

L 5.00 

Rosenberg. S. C... 5.00 
Rosenbluth, Ar- 
thur J 10.00 

Rosenbluth. Louis 

M 10.00 

Rosenbluth. Mrs. 

S 25.00 

Sagal, L. M 10.00 

Saltser Bros 5.00 



Schoenberger, K., 

iV Sons 5.00 

Schoenberger, 

Mrs. Win 5.00 

Silver, S. M 5.00 

Slade, Benj 5.00 

Steinbach, A. I).. 10.00 

Steinberg, B 5.00 

Sugenheimer & 

Sons 5.00 

Thalheimer, K. H. 5.00 

unman, Isaac M.. 100.00 

TTllman, Jos. H.. . .5.00 

Ullman, Louis M. 10.00 
U. S. Aluminum 

Co 10.00 

Weiss, Murray . . 5.00 

Zunder, Albert . . . 5.00 

DELAWARE 

Seaford 

Greenabaum, E... 5.00 

Van Leer, Chas... 5.00 
AVilmington 

Braunstein, Harry 5.00 

Cannon, Saml. . . . 5.00 
Finger, Hon. 

Aaron 5.00 

Finger, Matt 5.00 

Ginns, Oscar 10.00 

Ginns, Mrs. Sallie 5.00 

Grant, Theodore . 10.00 

Hohn. S. Fred . . . 10.00 

Levy, Bennett . . . 5.00 

Levy, Mrs. Leah. 25.00 

Levy, Nathan . . . 25.00 

Markel, Adolph . . 5.00 
Moses Monteflore 

Beneficial Soc'y 5.00 

Rosenblatt. Louis 5.00 

Schwartz, Benj. J. 5.00 
Snellenburg, 

David 10.00 

Topkis, Chas 10.00 

Wilson, Gen. Jas. 

H 10.00 

Wolters, Mrs. Re- 
becca 5.00 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBI.^ 
Wsshing;ton 

Argo Lodge 41."'., 

I. O. B. B 5.00 

Baer, Moe A 5.00 

Baum, Leo 5.00 

Baum, Miss 

Pauline 5.00 

Baumgarten, Lee 10.00 

Behrend, Isaac. . 5.00 
Behrend, Rudolph 

B 10.00 

•Behrends, Melvin. 30.00 
•Berliner, Emil. 
Blumenfeld, Mrs. 

M 5.00 

Brandeis. Louis I). 25.00 

Brylawski, A 5.00 

Cohen, Mrs. Edw. 10.00 

Cohen, Myer .... 5.00 

Eisenmann, Jacob 5.00 

Erlebacker, G. . . . 5.00 

Fischer, Max .... 5.00 

Franklin. G. F... 10.00 

Friedlander Bros. 10.00 

Ganss, Morris . . . 5.00 

Gichner, Ernest . .^>.00 

Gichner, Fred. S. 5.00 

Goldenberg, M. . . 350.00 



Goldsmith, C. A.. 5.00 
Hahn, Mr. and 

Mrs. Harry W.. 10.0(1 

Hahn, Wm. & Co. .5.00 

Hecht, Alex 20.00 

Hirsh, Louis 5.m) 

Kann, Sigmund . 5.0f> 

Kann, Simon 10.00 

Kaufman, D. J. . . lO.(K) 
Kaufman, Dr. H. 

M 5.00 

King, Harry 5.00 

Kohner, Jacob . . 5.00 
Kuntz. Adolph . . 5.00 
Lansburg, Stan- 
ley 10.00 

Luchs, Jos 5.00 

Luchs, Morton J. 5.(X» 

Lyon, Simon .... 5.00 
Lyons, Mrs. R. B. 

H 5.00 

Meyer, S. M 5.0(i 

Ney, Milton R. . . 10.00 
Nordlinger, Ger- 

son 10.0(1 

Oppenheimer, 

Gustave 10.00 

Oppenheimer, 

Mrs. Julia 25.00 

Oppenheimer, 

Simon 5.00 

Reizenstein, Sid- 
ney 10.00 

Rich, Herbert J.. 5.00 

Rich, M. M 10.00 

Richard, Salvador 5.00 

Rose, Mrs. F. H.. 5.00 

Rosenberg, M. D. 5.00 

Rosenfeld, Max . . 5.00 

Saloman, David . . 5.0(1 

Samuel, Nathan . . 5.00 

Sanger, David . . . 5.00 

Schwartz, Chas. . 5.00 

Schwartz, Sam T. 5.00 

Sigmund, Albert . 5.00 

Sigmund, Howard 5.00 

Strasburger, Jos.. 10.00 

Straus. Sidney W. 10.00 

Tobriner, Leon... 5.00 
Wallerstein, Mrs. 

Gus 5.00 

Washington He- 
brew Congrega- 
tion 5.00 

Werber, .Mrs. G. . 5.00 
Weser, Mrs. 

Fanny •"jO(^ 

Wolf, Harry S... 5.00 

FLORIDA 

Gainesville 

Leibowitz, Her- 
man 5.00. 

Jacksonville 

Cohen, Jacob E.. . 5.00 

Davis, D., & Co.. 5.00 

Finkelstein, Neal. 5.00 

Ilirschberg, 

Julius 10.00 

Jacobs, V. E. & 

Co 10.00 

Lippman, Gabe . . 5.00 

Meyerheim, F. . . . 5.00 

Oberdorfer, Max 

N 5.00 

Rubin, Max 5.00 

Temple Mite So- 
ciety 5.00 



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59 



Orlando 

riiiiiips. in-, p... 10.00 

St. AufruHtine 

Lew, Mrs. .T. A 5.00 

rinkoson. VV. A... 5.00 

Kose, A 5.00 

Snyder, Mrs. S. A. 5.00 

St. Petersburg: 

Rosenbaum, E. L. 10.00 

Sierkese, A 5.00 

Tampa 

Angrustine, Dr. L. 

S 5.00 

Isaac, L. L 5.00 

Levy, Isaac S. . . . 10.00 

Maas, Abe 10.00 

Maas. K 10.00 

Maas, Isaac 20.00 

Rachelson, Saul . . 10.00 
Rosenblatt. M. . . .5.00 
Srour, Elie S. . . 5.00 
United Jewish Re- 
lief Society . . . 25.00 
AVaterman, J. A.. 5.00 

M'est Tampa 

Hecht, Alex 5.00 

Ybor City 

Argintar, Max . . . 5.00 

Plaimovitz, Chas.. 5.00 

GEORGIA 

Albany 

Brown, S. B 10.00 

Cohn Bros 5.00 

Farkas Est 5.00 

Gortatowskv, A. 

C .5.00 

Oortatowsky, I. . 5.00 
Hebrew Ladies' 
Benevolent So- 
ciety 5.00 

Hofmayer, I.J. . . 5.00 

Hofmayer, L. J.. 15.00 

Marks, Chas 5.00 

Menko, Mrs. 

Emma 5.00 

Micah Lodge 707, 

I. O. B. B 10.00 

Robinson, C. D... 5.00 

Rubin, S. W 10.00 

Athens 

Bernstein. M. M.. 5.00 
Heb. Ladies' 

Benev. So 5.00 

Michael Bros. . . . 10.00 

Morris, Lee 5.00 

Atlanta 

Adler, Edwin 5.00 

Boehm. Julian V. 10.00 
Council of Jewish 

Women 5.00 

Eichberg, Mrs. 

Caroline 5.00 

Empire Furniture 

Co .5.00 

Eplan, 1 5.00 

Eplan, Sol. B. . . . 5.00 

Fox, Alfred 5.00 

Greenblatt, S. R.... 5.00 

Haas, Edwin R.. 5.00 

Haas, Herbert .. 5.00 



Haas, Herman J. 5.0(1 

Haas, Mrs. I. IT.. 5.00 
Haas, Est. of 

Jacob 7..50 

Haas, Ijconard . . 5.00 
Haas, Leopold, 

Jr 5.00 

Heyman, Arthur. 5.00 

Hirsh, J. A 5.00 

Hlrshberg Co. ... 5.00 

.Jacobs, Hyman . . 5.00 

Jacobs, J. B 5.00 

Koplln, K 5.00 

Kriegshaber, V. 

H 5.00 

Kutz, Max Co. ... 10.00 

Lieberman, I. B.. 5.00 

Mayer, Albert E.. 5.00 

Montag, Sig 10.00 

Rich, Mrs. 

Emanuel 10.00 

Rosenfeld, A. W.. 5.00 

Scheer, John .... 5.00 

Sellg, S. S., Jr... 10.00 

Sonn, R. A 5.00 

Strauss, D. H 5.00 

Wilensky, Max H. 5.00 

-Augusta 

Andronosky, T... 5.00 

Baron & Caspary. 5.00 

Cohen, Alex 5.00 

Daughters of 

Israel 5.00 

Goldberg, J., & 

Son 5.00 

Goldberg, S 5.00 

Hebrew Ladles' 

Aid Society 5.00 

Nachman, D 5.00 

Sawilowskv, J. . . 5.00 

Schaul, L. J 5.00 

Schneider, C. H... 5.00 

Slusky, David ... 10.00 

Steinberg, S 5.00 



Macun 

Bernd, Mrs. G.... 5.00 

Elkin, E .5.00 

Guthman. Sam . . 5.00 

Happ Bros. Co 5.00 

Haskin, Jos 5.00 

Hirsh. Jacob 5.0» 

Koplln, Henry . . 5.00 

Lazarus, J 5.00 

Ulman, E 5.00 

Waxelbaum, L, I. 5.00 

Sandersville 

Cohen, Louis .... 5.00 
Savannah 

Becker, Max M... 5.00 

Bluesteln, L 5.00 

Blumberg Bros. . 5.00 

Blumenthal, S. . . 5.00 
Ehrenreich, I., & 

Sons 5.00 

Epstein, E. S 5.00 

Frank, Mrs. Leo. . 5.00 

Garfunkel, A. J.. 5.00 

Grou.se, L. E 5.00 

Jacob!, Mrs. Jos. 

N 5.00 

Levy, B. H 10.00 

Marcus, Wm 5.00 

Mazo, A 5.00 

Mjers, Lee Roy.. 25.00 

Pinkussohn, Sam. 5.00 

Ranzin, A 5.00 

Schwab, I. M 5.00 

Slotin. Morris ... 5.00 
Solomon, Arthur 

W 5.00 

Solomons, J. A... 5.00 

Sutker, Jacob 5.00 



Brunswick 

Abrams, J. B 15.00 

Asher, Mrs. 

Isador 5.00 

Gordon, A. J 5.00 

Haym, L. H 5.00 

Ladles' Temple 

Guild 5.00 

Lissner, J. J 5.00 

Pheiffer, Fred 5.00 

Rothholz, A 5.00 

Columbus 

Arenowitz, 1 5.00 

Columbus Lodge 

77, I. O. B. B.. 5.00 
Hoffin & Green- 
tree 5.00 

Jewish Ladles' 

Aid Societv 5.00 

Julius, J. & H. . . 5.00 

Kaufman Bros. . . 5.00 

Loeb, Sol., Co.... 10.00 

Loewenherz, A. S. 5.00 
Rothschild, D., & 

Co 7.50 

Rothschild, Her- 
man 5.00 

Straus, A 5.00 

Wise, J 5.00 



West Point 

Hagedorn, Phillip 

IDAHO 

Boise City 

Ladies' Judith 
Monteflore So- 
ciety 



ILLINOIS 



5.00 



5.00 



La Grangre 

Yalowitz, Dave 



5.00 



Bloomington 

Abraham Lincoln 

Lodge 190, I. O. 

B. B 10.00 

Charity Bridge 

Club 10.00 

Cohen, B 5.00 

Grelsheim, W., & 

Sons 10.00 

Livingston, Abe . 5.00 
Livingston, A., & 

Sons 20.00 

Livingston, 

Mayer, & Co... 10.00 
Ochs, Herman S.. 15.00 
Rosenberg, Mat.. 5.00 
Schwarzman, A. . . 5.00 
Schwarzman, Mrs. 

A 5.00 

Tick, Morris, «& 

Co 5.00 

Champaigrn 

♦Kuhn, Caroline L. 
*Kuhn, Florence L. 



*Life Member. 



60 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Chicago 

Aaron, Mr. and 

Mrs. B 10.00 

Alsehuler, A. S... 10.00 
Alschuler, Judge 

Samuel 10.00 

■ A.scher, Fred 10.00 

Atlas.s, Frank .... 5.00 

Austrian. Edwin. 10.00 
A.xman, Samuel 

H 10.00 

Baum, Herman . . 5.00 
•Bauman, Mrs. 

Edw. 
Baumgarden, Mrs. 

Rosa 20.00 

Becker, A. G 25.00 

Becker, Benj. V... 10.00 
Becker Bros. & 

Co 5.00 

Becker, S. M 5.00 

Bensinger, B. E.. 10.00 
Binswanger, 

Augustus 10.00 

Birkenstein, Al. . 10.00 
Birkenstein, 

Harry 10.00 

Birkenstein, Louis 25.00 

Block, E. J 20.00 

♦Block Jos. 

Block, L. E 20.00 

Block, P. D 20.00 

•Bloom, Leopold. 
Blumenfeld, 

Jacob J 10.00 

B'nai Sholom 

Temple Israel 

Sisterhood 25.00 

Born, Edgar R.. . 5.00 

Born, M., & Co... 10.00 

Borovik. Geo. S... 50.00 

Brann,. Mrs. H... 10.00 

Bregman, L. I.... 5.00 
Brenner, Mrs. H. 

D 5.00 

Buclisbaum, S., & 

Co 25.00 

Burger, Anton . . . 5.00 

Byfield, Jos 100.00 

Churchill, Richard 

S 10.00 

Cohn, Arthur A... 5.00 
Cohn, Mr. and 

Mrs. A. H 10.00 

Cohn, Chas 5.00 

Cohn, Mr. and 

Mrs. Ed 5.00 

Cohn, Jos. W. ... 5.00 
Council of Jewish 

Women 10.00 

Cronbach, 

Abraham 5.00 

Davis, Abel 10.00 

Davis, Dr. H. I... 5.00 

Davis, Jas. A. . . . 10.00 

DeLee, Dr. Jos. B. 20.00 

Dicker, Zoltan... 10.00 

Eisendrath, H. J. 5.00 

Eisler, Chas 5.00 

Elkan, Henry . . . 5.00 
Englander, 

Maurice 10.00 

♦Epstein, Max. 

Faroll, Barnett . . 45.00 

Finn. Jos. M 10.00 

Florsheim, Nor- 
man S 10.00 

Foreman, Mrs. B. 

G 10.00 



Foreman, Oscar 




G 


10.00 


♦Frank, Henrv L. 




FreehliEg, Isaac . 


10.00 


Freehling. Julius. 


10.00 


♦Freund, Gustave. 




Fries. Roy 


15.00 


Gatzert, August.. 


10.00 


Gimbel. Charles 




A 


10.00 


Glick. L 


5.00 


Goldstein. Ben F 


5.00 


Greenebaum, 




Henry E 


10.00 


♦Greenebaum, M. E 




Grossman, I. A. . . 


5.00 


Gumblnsky Bros 


10.00 


Gumbinsv, Harry 


J 


10.00 


Gutwillig, Ernst. 


10.00 


Haas, M 


5.00 


Halperin, Dr. R 




L 


5.00 


Harris, Mrs. 




Frank 


5.00 


Harris. S. H 


5.00 


Hart, Mrs. Harrj 


io.oo 


Hartman. Jos. S.. 


10.00 


Heiman, Marcus. . 


20.00 


Herschman, Mrs. 




Julius 


10.00 


Herst, Frank 


5.00 


Hirsh, Mrs. Jos... 


10.00 


Horner, Jos. . . . 


5.00 


Hvman, Mrs. D. 




A 


10.00 


Hyman, Jos 


10.00 


Isaiah Sabbath 




School 


10.00 


Isaiah Temple . 


10.00 


Joseph, Harry J 


10.00 


♦Joseph, L. 




Kahn, Joseph . . . 


5.00 


Kanders, Sidney. 


5.00 


Kanter, Isaac . . . 


5.00 


Kaufmann, Morris 


5.00 


Klee, Max 


60.00 


Klee, Simon 


10.00 


Klein, Henry A.. 


10.00 


Kohn. Simon A. 


5.00 


Kraus, Adolf . . . 


10.00 


Lachmann. Numa 


5.00 


Lebensberger, 




Mrs. L 


10.00 


Levy, Mrs. Davie 


5.00 


Lieberman, . I. K 


5.00 


Linick, Adolph . 


10.00 


Lipson. Isaac B. 


5.00 


Loeb, Mrs. Chas. 




I 


25.00 


Loeb, Jacob M. . 


50.00 


Loewenthal, B. . 


10.00 


♦Mandel, Edwin F 




♦Mandel, Mrs. 




Emanuel. 




•♦Mandel, Leon. 




Mandl, Sidney . 


10.00 


Marks, Mrs. I. L 


100.00 


Maver, Arthur H 


5.00 


Mayer, Henry H. 


10.00 


Mever, Abraham 




\V 


25.00 


Mever, Alfred C. 


10.00 


Meyer, E. F 


10.00 


Meyer, Julius H 


5.00 


Michaels, Joseph 


50.00 


Moos, J. B 


10.00 


Nast, Samuel . . . 


25.00 


Neumann, Louis 


5.00 



Neumann, Mr.-;. 

Louis 5.00 

Newmann & Tiach 5.00 

Orschel. Mr-;. Bell .5.00 
Pfaelzer, Mrs. D. 

M 5.00 

Philipsborn. Mar- 
tin 25.00 

♦Phillipson, Saml. 

Pick, Ricliard 10.00 

Pincus. Saml. Z.. 5.00 

Piatt, Mrs. H. K. 10.00 
Purvin, Mrs. A. 

W 10.00 

Purvin, Mrs. M. 

L 5.00 

Ramah Lodge 33, 

I. O. B. B 10.00 

♦Reitler, Chas. 

Richter. Simon . . 5.00 

Rieser. Herman . . 5.00 

Rosenbaum Bros.. 25.00 
Rosenfeld, Mrs. 

Maurice 25.00 

♦Rosenthal, Lessing. 
Rosenthal. Mrs. 

M. S 10.00 

Rosenwald, M. S. 10.00 
Rothschild, Daniel 

M 10.00 

Rubens. Chas. . . 10.00 

Rubovits. Toby .. 10.00 

Ruwitch. Simon . 10.00 
Schanfarber. Dr. 

Tobias 5.00 

Schnadig, Jacob. 10.00 
Schneewind. 

Henrv 10.00 

Schochet, Manuel. 10.00 
Seelenfreund, A. 

B 5.00 

Siegel, Ferd 5.00 

Silberman, Adolph 25.00 
Silberman, Sig- 

mund 10.00 

Sommer, Chas. . . . 10.00 

Spiesberger, H. T. 10.00 

Stein, Albert 5.00 

Stein, Ignatz 10.00 

Stein. S. M 5.00 

Steindler, Albert. 25.00 

Steindler. Michael 10.00 

Stern, Max 5.00 

Stern, Mrs. Max.. 15.00 
♦Stettauer. Mrs. D.. 

Stoll, S. D 10.00 

Stolz. Rev. Dr. 

Jos 5.00 

Straus, Eli M. . . . 10.00 

Straus, Mrs. Irma 5.00 
♦Straus, Leo. 

Straus, Meyer L.. 10.00 

♦Straus. S. J. T... 25.00 

Straus, Simon J.. 25.00 

Szold. Joseph ... 5.00 

Taussig. M 10.00 

Temple Sholom S. 

S 10.00 

Tuska, Leo 5.00 

Van Roukel A. ... 5.00 

Weil, Benj 10.00 

Weil, Miss Carrie 15.00 

Weil, Isidor 10.00 

Weil, Mrs. Leon . 10.00 

Weiss, Mrs. Clara 10.00 

Weiss, Geo. V. . . 5.00 

Weiss, S. H 10.00 

Witkowsky. Jas. . 5.00 

Wolf, Sigmund B. 5.00 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



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61 



"Women of Miz 

pah 

AVoolf. Morris 
Wormser, Leo F.. 
AVurzburg, Max . . 

Danville 

Straus & Louis 
Co 

Delavan 

Keinheimer, Mrs. 
Tlierese 

Kvanston 

Fuiks, Miss 

Gussie 

tialesburg 

Jewish Ladies' 
Aid Society . . . . 

Joliet 

Felman. A. J 

Oak Park 

♦Rawitzer, Fred. 

Peoria 

♦Bennett. C. M. 

Bloom, J 

Cinofsky. W., & 

Son 

Cohen Furniture 

Co 

Eppstein, Elmer 

S 

Federman. Leo G. 

Field. J. W 

Gibbs & Meyers. 
Goldstein, H. M.. 
Heller, W., & Son 
Kahn, Mrs. Rosa. 
Lehmann, Arthur 

Linn, John 

Loewenstein, J. R. 

Miller, M. C 

Nathan, Chas. . . . 
Newman. M. G. . . 
Obendorf, Lee . . 
Oppenheim, N. B. 
Progress Lodge 

113, I. O. B. B.. 
Salzenstein, 

Arnold 

Salzenstein, S. C. 

& A. C 

Schradzki. Ick . . . 
Sch-wabacher, L. 

H 

Smith, Dr. C. M.. 

Strause, E. A 

Szold, Jacob .... 

Ullman. C. A 

Wachenheimer, J. 
Weisser, Wm. . . . 
Wolfner, Ira W. . . 
Wolfner, Mrs. 

Wm. F 

Woolner, Adolph, 

Jr 

Woolner, E. S. . . 
•Woolner, Mrs. 

Miriam S. 
•Woolner, Seymour 

A. 
•Woolner, Mrs. 

Seymour A. 
Woolner, S. & A. 
•Woolner, W. B. 



•AA'oolner, Mrs. W. 
10.00 B. 

lO.OO 

5.00 Quincy 
10.00 Reib, J. J 5.00 

Rochelle 

••Hilb, Emanuel. 
10.00 •Hilb, Mrs. Emanuel. 

Rock Island 

Mosenfelder, Mr. 
10.00 & Mrs. Loui.s . . 25.00 

•Mosenfelder, Mrs. 
Louis. 

5.00 Springfield 

Emes Lodge 67, I. 

O. B. B 5.00 

Salzenstein, C. S. 10.00 
5.00 

INDIANA 

10.00 Anderson 

Jewish Ladies' 
Aux. of Summit- 
ville arid Ander- 
son 10.00 

Angola 

5.00 Stiefel, Mrs. L. C. 5.00 

5.00 Attica 

Levor, Victor .... 5.00 
5.00 

Columbia City 

5.00 Ladies' Hebrew 

10.00 Benevolent So- 

5.00 eiety 5.00 

5.00 Mler, Hattie 

5.00 Daniel 10.00 

5.00 

jfj OQ East Chicago 

10.00 Cohn, David 10.00 

5.00 Friedman, Julius 
10.00 S. Co 10.00 

5.00 Ottenheimer, A. . . 10.00 

o-OO „ 
10.00 Evansville 

5.00 Berman, 1 5.00 

5.00 Hebrew Ladies' 

Benev. So 25.00 

15.00 Jewish Federated 
Charities of 

5.00 Washington 

Ave. Temple . . 300.00 
15.00 ^ ^ „ 
10.00 Ff""* ^ ayne 

Emek. Berach 
10.00 Lodge No. 61, 

5.00 I. O. B. B 25.00 

5.00 Federation of 

5.00 Jewish Charities 100.00 

5.00 Freiburger, 

5.00 Leopold 50.00 

5.00 Temple Sisterhood 25.00 

5.00 ^ 

Gary 

10.00 Schaaf, F. R 10.00 

Winter, M. M. .. 5.00 

25.00 „ . 

10.00 Goshen 

Salinger, Nathan. 10.00 
Hamilton 

Wolff, G., & Sons 5.00 

Hammond 

100.00 Belman, W. C... 10.00 
Blum. J. F 10.00 



Evans. Hyman . . 10.00 

Goldman, Alex... 5.00 

Hirsch. Adolph . 10.00 

Kaufmann. C. ... 10.00 

Lesser, Chas. J... 10.00 

Lurie, J 10.00 

Mevn, Peter W. . . 10.00 

Modjeska, I. I.... 10.00 

Paxton, J. C 10.00 

Rothschild. Moses 10.00 

Weiss, Arthur J. 5.00 

Wolf, Leo 25.00 

Huntingdon 

Lauferty, D. E. . . 20.00 
Indianapolis 

Borinstein, Louis 

J 15.00 

Hart, Julius 10.00 

Jewish Federation 300.00 
•Schwartz, Martin. 
Sommers, Chas. B. 5.00 

Kendallville 

Keller, L. J 5.00 

Kokomo 

Levi. J. S 5.00 

Lafayette 

Barzillai Lodge 

111, I. O. B. B... 5.00 

Council of Jewish 

Women 10.00 

Goodman. H 5.00 

Loeb, J. Louis . . 5.00 

Lebanon 

Adler, Phil 5.00 

Ligonier 

Jacobs, Irvin .... 5.00 

Joseph, C. V 5.00 

Ladies' Jewish 
Ben. Society ... 10.00 

••Strauss, Isaac D. 

••Straus, Jacob. 

Madison 

Cong. Adath 

Israel 5.00 

Sulzer, Marcus R. 5.00 

Muncie 

Hene, M 10.00 

Portland 

Weiler, Morris . . 5.00 

Rensselaer 

Leopold, Isaac . . 10.00 
Leopold, Moses . . 5.00 

South Bend 

Adler, Norman . . 5.00 

Bing, Mrs. Jos.. . 10.00 

Ciralsky, A 10.00 

Ries, H. E 5.00 

Spiro, Mrs. Saml. 10.00 

Summitville 

Warner, Children 

of Anna 15.00 

Warner, Mr. and 

Mrs. L 15.00 

Warner, Maurice 

& Saml 10.00 

Warner, Wilhel- 

mina 5.00 



•Life Member. 
••Deceased Life Member. 



62 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Terre Haute 

Blumberg, Benj. . 5.00 

Blumberg, Max . . 20.00 

Cohen, Harry AV. 10.00 

Cohen, Morri.s . . . 5.00 
Feibelman, 

Corinne H n.OO 

Feibelmiin, E. . . . 5.00 
Frank, Samuel, & 

Son.s 15.00 

Gan Eden Lodge 

110, I. O. B. B.. 20.00 

Gold, Edgar L. . . 5.00 

Goldberg, Ben . . . 5.00 

Goldberg, Juliu.s . 5.00 

Goldman, Ben . . . 5.00 

Goodman & Wolfe 5.00 

Grossman Bros. . 5.00 
Hebrew Ladies' 

Aid Society 15.00 

Herz, Mrs. A 10.00 

Herz, Milton E... 10.00 

Jame-Wolf 5.00 

.Joseph Sons, M.. 5.00 
Kleeman Dry 

Goods Co 10.00 

Kohn Bros 5.00 

Lederer Julius . . . 5.00 
♦Levi, Simon. 

Levin Bros 10.00 

Levy, Milton 5.00 

Petersdorf, Sig. . . 5.00 

Schultz & Smith. 5.00 

Shaffer, Sam 5.00 

Shatsky Bros. . . . 5.00 

Silberman, Louis. 5.00 

Silverman Bros. . 5.00 

Sllverstein Bros.. 5.00 

Smith, J. B 5.00 

Straus, Miltou . . . 5.00 
Thorman, Mrs. 

Judy 5.00 

Uffenheimer, S. . . 5.00 



"Wabash 

Hyman, Louis L. 



IOWA 



10.00 



10.00 



Charles City 

Hecht, Jos. 



Davenport 

Petersberger, 
Isaac, Bequest . 100.00 

Siegel, A 5.00 

Tri-City Jewish 
Welfare Organi- 
zation. Moline- 
Rock Island. 
Davenport 200.00 

Weigle, N. E 5.00 



Deoorah 

Bear, Ben.i. 



5.00 



Oes Moines 

Lederer, Bequest 

of Emma 

Samish, M 

Sheuerman, Jacob 

L., Bequest . . . 
United Jewish 

Philanthropies . 2.50.00 

Dubuque 

♦•Slimmer, A. 



200.00 
20.00 



100.00 



Sioux City 

Davidson, Benj. . 10.00 
Davidson Bros. 

Co 10.00 

Davidson, Dave . 10.00 

Pill, Max 5.00 

•WI.se, Mrs. Chas. 

KANSAS 

T>eavenworth 

Ettenson, Mrs. 

Henry 30.00 

Sholem Lodge, 

No. 78, I. O. B. 

B 5.00 

Toffler, Morris . . . 15.00 
Woolfe, B. B 5.00 

McPherson 

Strouse <& Son, J. 5.00 
Pittsburg 

Sehlanger, A. H.. 10.00 
Sallna 

Stiefel, Moses . . . 10.00 
Xopeka 

Auerbach «S: 

Guettel 10.00 

KENTUCKY 

Bowling: Green 

Cristal, Saml 5.00 

Nahm, Fred 5.00 

Henderson 

Geibel, Mrs. 

Pauline 5.00 

Loeb, 1 5.00 

Mann, B. B .5.00 

- Mann, Fred 5.00 

Mayer, Alex 5.00 

Mayer. S. B.. & 

Sons 5.00 

Lexington 

Federation of 
Jewish Charities 75.00 

Louisville 

Baron, S. S., & Co. 5.00 

Benjamin Bros. . 5.00 
Bensinger, Arthur 

B 5.00 

Bernheim, 

Bernard 50.00 

Bernheim, Frank 

D 10.00 

Bernheim. I. W. . 100.00 

Bleiden, 1 5.00 

Bloom, Lester T.. 5.00 

Blum, J. J 5.00 

Blum, S 5.00 

Brooks Bros 5.00 

Brooks, Mrs. 

Marie 5.00 

Burger, Mrs. S. . . 10.00 

Burger, V. J. ... 5.00 

Byck, L. S. 5.00 

Cohen & Sons. M. 5.00 
Council of Jewish 

Women 10.00 

Dreifus, Simon A. 5.00 

Ehrmann, Hilmar 5.00 
Felensthal. Gabe 

J 5.00 



Flarsheim, A. B.. 10.00 

Flexner, Dr. J. A. 10.00 

Florsheim, W. I.. 5.(W 

Goldstein. Sol. . . 10.00 
Greenstein, Mrs. 

Belle 5.00 

Grossman, Louis 5.(MJ 
Grossman, L., & 

Son 5.00 

Hirsch, Benj 5.00 

Hirsch, Mrs. 

David 5.00 

Hirsch, Louis H.. 5.fK) 

Hyman, Jacob . . 5.00 

Isaacs, Louis 5.00 

Jacoby, Zach. . . . 5.00 

Kahn, Joe 5.00 

Kaufman, Ben . . . 5.00 

Kiefer, Henry B.. 5.00 
Klein Furnishing 

Co 5.00 

Klempner Bros. . 5.00 

Levi, Abe C 5.00 

Levi, Henry 5.00 

Levy, Arnold H.. 5.0<J 

Levy, Harry 5.00 

Levy, Jacob 5.00 

Levy, .las. H 5.00 

Levy, Nathan . . . 5.00 

Levy, Sam 5.00 

Levy, Sol 5.00 

Levy, Stuart 5.00 

Loeb, Henry 5.00 

Louisville Steel & 

Metal Co 5.00 

Mendel, Chas. . . . 5.00 
Meyers, Dr. Sid- 
ney J 5.00 

Ornstein, E 5.00 

Rosenbaum, I., & 

Sons 10.00 

Rosenheim, Jacob 5.00 

Sabel, Joseph 10.00 

Sachs, Edward . . 5.00 

Sales, A. M 5.00 

Seidenman, J. I... 5.00 

Selligman, Alfred 5.00 
Selligman, 

Bernard 5.00 

Selligman, Jos. . . 5.00 
Shapin, Julius . . 5.00 
Shapinsky, Allan. 5.00 
Shapinsky, Her- 
man 5.00 

Solomon, Dr. Leon 

L 5.00 

Southern Auction 

Sales Co 5.00 

Straus, Benjamin 20.00 

Straus, Dr. E. C. 5.00 

Straus, E. E. ... 5.00 

Ullman, Sam 5.00 

Weinstock, E. . . . 5.00 

Maysville 

Merz, Mrs. A. L. . 5.00 

Merz, Eugene 5.00 

Owensboro 

Baer, Abe 5.00 

Baker, R 10.00 

Dahl, Phillip 5.00 

Hirsch, Col. A. . . 10.00 

Levy, Sam 5.00 

Rosenfeld, Mrs. A. 10.00 

Rosenfeld, Silas . 10.00 
Rosenfeld, Mrs. 

Silas 5.00 

Ro.senthal, B 5.00 

Salinger, B 5.00 



•Life Member. 
••Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



63 



••Shorten. .T. D. 
Siege], Mrs. Kose 

K 5.00 

Whittel, Goo. J... r..00 

Wile. Henry 5.00 

Wile, Jos 5.00 

r»<lucah 

liright Bro.'i 10.00 

Fels, Mrs. E 5.00 

Friedman, Her- 
man 15.00 

Harmony Lodge 

149, I. O. B. B. 10.00 

Keller. John M... 10.00 
Livingston, M., & 

Co 5.00 

Marks, M 5.00 

Michael, Edwin.. 5.00 

Moritz, Simon . . . 5.00 

Rubel, Lewis 5.00 

Simon, Moses . . . 5.00 
Temple Israel S. 

S 5.00 

Temple Israel 

Sisterhood 10.00 

Wallerstein. H. & 

J 5.00 

Weil, H. & Sons. 10.00 

Weil. Jesse 10.00 

Weille, B.. & Son 10.00 

Shelbyville 

Samuel, Leopold . 5.00 

LOUISIANA 

Alexandria 

Fried, Sam 5.00 

Kaufman, I. J. . . 5.00 

Sackman Bros. . . 5.00 

Simon, A. E 10.00 

.Simon. Mr. & 

Mrs. Harrv L. . 5.00 

Simon. H. L 5.00 

Simon, S 10.00 

Weiss, M. J 5.00 

Donaldsonville 

Netter, Adolphe.. 5.00 

Jeanerette 

Wormser, M. & C. 5.00 

I.,afayette 

Abramson, N 5.00 

Monroe 

Bloch. J. S 5.00 

Kaplan, Samuel.. 25.00 

Meyer, Mrs. Sol.. 10.00 

Titche, Chas 5.00 

Natchitoches 

Nelken, Samuel . 10.00 
New Iberia 

Gates of Prayer 
Sabbath School. 6.00 

New Orleans 

Blumenthal, 

George 25.00 

District G. L. 7, I. 

O, B. B 100.00 

Jewish Charitable 

& Educational 

Federation .... 393.00 
Kohlmann, Miss 

Clem. S 25.00 



Levy, A 5.00 

Levy, Mrs. Otto 

A 5.00 

♦•Newman, Mrs. 

Henry. 
••Newman, Isidor. 
Sunshine, Mrs. 
C. K 10.00 

MARYLAND 

Italtimore 

Adler, Simon ('... 5.00 
Baer, Estate of 

Gus 5.00 

Baker, C. B 10.00 

Beck, Paul L 5.00 

Benescb, Wm. M.. 20.00 

Berney, Albert . . 5.00 
Bernheimer, 

Ferdinand, Be- 

que.st 1.000.00 

Burgunder, Bernie 10.00 

Burk, Fried & Co. 5.00 

Castelberg, Henry 10.00 
Cohen-Adler Shoe 

Co 10.00 

Cohen. Miss 

Bertha 5.00 

•♦Cohen, Mendes. 

Cohn, Emanuel . . 10.00 

Cone, Dr. Claribel 5.00 

Cone, Frederic W. 5.00 

Davidson, Isaac . 5.00 

Deiches, W^m .... 5.00 
Eisenberg, 

Abraham 10.00 

Engel, Jacob 10.00 

Epstein, Jacob . . 50.00 

Fader, A 5.00 

Frank, Solomon . 10.00 
•Friedenwald, 

Hiram W. 
Goldenberg, 

Julius 10.00 

•Goldenberg, 

Julius M. 

Goldenberg, Levi. 10.00 
Goldschmid, Mrs. 

R 5.00 

Gomborov, Israel 

S 5.00 

Gomprecht & Ben- 
escb 5.00 

Gottschalk, Jos... 50.00 

Gottschalk, Levi . 10.00 
Greenbaum, 

Daniel 5.00 

Greenbaum, Leon 

B 10.00 

Greenbaum, Mil- 
ton D 10.00 

Greif, David L... 5.00 

Greif, Leonard L. 5.00 

Greif, Mrs. Max. 10.00 

Gutman, Louis K. 5.00 

Halle, Isaac 7.50 

Halle. Meyer S. . 5.00 

Halle, Moses .... 5.00 
Hamburger, 

Manes 1 10.00 

Hanauer, Lee .... 10.00 

Hanline Bros. . . . 15.00 

Harsh, George M. 5.00 

Hecht, Emanuel . 25.00 

Hecht, Mrs. L. A. 10.00 

Hecht, Malcolm . 5.00 

Hecht, Moses S. . 5.00 

Hecht. Nathan I.. 10.00 



Heller, Mrs. Flor- 
ence Simon . . . 5.(K) 
Hochschild, Max. lO.Oo 
Hornstein, J. D... 55.(K> 
Ilutzler, Mrs. 

David 5.0(^ 

Ivatz, A. R 1".0(» 

Katz, Meier 5.u<i 

•Kaufman, Hen- 
riette. 
Kaufman. Joseph 

& Harry 5.00 

Kemper. David . . •").0(i 
Kerngood, Her- 
man 10.0(1 

Koenigsberg, 

Morris 5.(Mt 

Kohn, Benno .... 5.00 
Kohn, Louis B. . 10.00 
Lansburgh, Sid- 
ney 10.00 

Lauchheimer, S. 

H 5.00 

Lauer, Martin . . . .>.00 

Lazarus, L 30.00 

Leopold, Isaac . . 5.00 
Levy. Alfred .... 10.00 
Lew, Julius .... 25.00 

Levv. Wm 2-5.00 

Maa'ss. Mrs. A. . 15.00 
Mandelbaum, Sey- 
mour 10.00 

Morris. Miss 

Esther 10.00 

Oppenheimer. I. 

M 10.00 

Pollack. Mrs. 

Hannah 10.00 

Ravner. Albert 

W 10.00 

••Rayner. Wm. S. 
•Reinhard, Samuel 
E. 
Rosenau. Rev. Dr. 

William 5.00 

Rosenbaum, Mrs. 

Aaron 10.00 

Rosenberg, Mrs. 

Bertha 10.00 

Rosenberg. Lewis 

S 5.00 

Rosenheim, H., & 

Son 5.00 

Rothholz Bros. . . 10.00 
Rothholz. Julius . a.OO 
Rothschild, M. . . 10.00 
Rothschild, S. ... 5.00 

Salabes. Sody 5.00 

Samuels, Morton. 25.00 
Savage, Dr. Moses 

M. 10.00 

Seliger. Mrs. Leon 10.00 
Silverberg, Simon 5.00 
Sonneborn, Sig. 

B 25.00 

Stern, Bessie C... 5.00 
Strauss Bros. . . . 25.00 
Strauss, Mrs. Em. 10.00 

Strouse, Ben 10.00 

••Strouse, Isaac. 
Thalheimer, Mr. & 

Mrs. Samuel . . . 10.00 
Thalheimer, S. J. 15.00 
Van Leer. Milton 5.00 
Wallerstein, D. S. 5.00 
Wertheimer Bros. 5.00 
Westheimer, Mil- 
ton F 10.00 

Wvman, Maurice. 5.00 



♦Life Member. 
••Deceased Life Member, 



64 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Cumberland 




Beneman, B 


5.00 


Bernstein, L 


5.00 


Fram, Benj 


5.00 


Gross, A. P 


5.00 


Hirsh, Isaac 


5.00 


Hirsh & Sons, 




Jos 


5.00 


Holzman, Hugh . 


5.00 


Kaplon, Sam .... 


5.00 


Kline, L 


5.00 


Liclitenstein, A. 




M 


5 00 


Morgan & Co., N. 


5.00 


Rosenbaum Bros. 


20.00 


Rosenbaum, 




Simon 


5 00 


Rosenbaum, 




Susman 


5.00 


Slieffler, Sam'l . . . 


5.00 



Hagrerstown 

Wineberg, Henrj' 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Attleboro 

Einstein, Mrs. S. 
M 10.00 

Boston 

Agoos, S. L 

Baer, Louis 

Brandt, C 

Collins, A. M 

Fox, Isidor 

Freedman, Dr. 

Louis M 

Gold, Samuel 

**Hecht, Mrs. Lina. 
Herman, Mrs. Jos. 

M 

Hillson, H. M., & 

Co 

Hillson, Hyman 

M 

*Hirshberg, A. S. 

Joseph, A 

•Kirstein, Louis E. 

Koshland, A 

Koshland, Joseph 

Lebowich, J 

Levy, Ben 

Lourie, David A.. 
Massell, F. W. . . 
Ratshesky, A. C. 
Rosenbusn, Al. A. 
Rudwick, Jos. . . . 
Scheinfeldt, Solo- 
mon 

Schooner, Joseph 

Y 

Schwartz, H., & 

Co 

**Shuman, A. 
Shuman, Mrs. 

Samuel 

Solomont, James. 

Brookline 

Andrews, Julius. . 
Goodman, Mrs. 

Samuel 

Gryzmish, Mrs. 

Samuel 

Kaffenburgh, Mrs. 

Isaac 

Salomon, Mr.s. P. 

G 

Van Noorden E.. . 



Chelsea 

Rosenberg Bros.. 
Salter, M., & Sons 

Kendal Green 

♦Mayer, Richard 
Springfield 

Isenberg & Co., H. 
Rich, Harry .... 

Waltham 

Bayard, Harris . . 
Worcester 
Grodberg & 

Hirsch 

Isenberg, A. G. . . 

MICHIGAN 

Charlotte 

5.00 Vomberg, M 

Detroit 

Bnchhalter, Wm.. 

Cohen, Sol. R. . . . 

Fechimer, H. M.. 

Goldberg, Isaac . 

Goldman, A 

♦Goldstein, Bernice 
Lois. 

Goldstein, H. Jos- 
eph 

Goldstein, Mrs. H. 

Krohn 

♦Gumbiner, Jos. H. 

Heavenrich, Sam- 
uel 

Helfman, Harry . 

Horwitz, Harris.. 

Kahn, Albert 

Kahn, Mrs. Albert 

Levy, Wm. K. . . 

Musliner, Louis S. 

Oppenheimer, M.. 

Parish, Joseph . . 

Rosenfield, Mon- 
roe 

♦♦Schloss, Seligman. 

Siegel, Benjamin. 

Sloman, Eugene 
H 

Stillman, Mrs. 
Henry 

Traitel, Maurice . 

Wineman, Andrew 

Wineman, Henry. 

Wineman, L 

Wolfe, N 

Grand Rapids 

Julius Houseman 
Lodge No. 238, 
I. O. B, B 

United Jewish 
Welfare Society 

Kalamazoo 

Desenberg, Mrs. 

B. L 

Mishan Lodge No. 

247, I. O. B. B. 

Lansing: 

Beck, Sam A 

Gerson, Jos 



10.00 

10.00 

5.00 

5.00 

10.00 

10.00 
10.00 



10.00 
5.00 

10.00 

5.00 

5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
10.00 
5.00 

10.00 

5.00 

5.00 



5.00 
5.00 



5.00 

7.50 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 
50.00 



Ludingrton 

Homel, B. L. 



Pontiac 

5.00 Heineman, Sol. E. 10.00 
5.00 

MINNESOTA 

Austin 

Hirsh, Geo 10.00 

10.00 Chisholm 

25.00 El Queeno Cigar 

Co 5.00 

,j.00 Duluth 

Billstein, Wm. . . 5.00 

Freimuth, 1 10.00 

Gidding, J. M., & 

o-OO Co ,5.00 

5.00 Labowitz, F 5.00 

Meyers, Chas. P.. 5.00 
Mogelson & 

Mogelson 5.00 

Greek's Store 5.00 

5.00 Sattler, J. B 5.00 

Silberstein & 

Bondy Co 5.00 

5.00 Silvian, W 5.00 

7.50 Zimmerman, I. . . 5.00 
5.00 _, , ^, 
10.00 Eveleth 

5.00 Sa.x, Sol 5.00 

Hibbing- 

Hallock, Chas. .. 5.00 

10.00 Helstein, Louis . . 5.00 

Nides Bros 5.00 

10.00 ,,. 

Minneapolis 

Aal, R. 10.00 

10.00 Adelsheim, B 5.00 

5.00 Apt., Emil R 5.00 

10.00 Blumberg, L. J., 

10.00 Jr 5.00 

10.00 Blumenthal, Miss 

5.00 B .5.00 

5.00 Brin, Arthur 10.00 

5.00 Brown & Rabino- 

5.00 witz 5.00 

Capital Iron & 

5.00 Metal Co 5.00 

Cohen, M. L 5.00 

5.00 Davis, H. J 5.00 

Davis, J. M 15.00 

25 00 Doodeward, Al. . . 5.00 

Edelman, J. K .5.00 

5.00 Eisendrath, J. M. 5.00 
10.00 *Eisler, Adolph. 
5.00 Fairfax Produce 

10.00 Co 5.00 

15.00 Fischer, A. H .5.00 

10.00 Friedman, Ben . . 5.00 

Friend, E. S 5.00 

Gittleson Jewelry 

Co 10.00 

Goldberg, A 5.00 

5.00 Goldberg, Max J. 5.00 

Goodman, Sam . . 5.00 

50.00 Green, H. H 5.00 

Greenberg, Wm. . 5.00 

Gross, A. M 5.00 

Gross Bros 10.00 

10.00 Harris, A. M. & 

Sig 10.00 

5.00 Harris Co., B. W. 

& Leo 10.00 

Harris, M. H. ... 5.00 

5.00 Hart, Robert 5.00 

10.00 Hartman, J. H. . . 5.00 

Heller, Robert . . 5.00 

Jacobs, B 10.00 

10.00 Jacobs, L 5.00 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 




■Si 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



65 



Joseph, I. S 10.00 

Juster Bros 5.00 

Kanter, Alex 5.00 

Kayser, Albert J. 5.00 

Kavser, Howard . 5.00 

Kohen, Max A.... 10.00 
Koben, Mrs. Max 

A 5.00 

Kreger, Noah 5.00 

Kronick's 10.00 

Levin Bros 10.00 

Lewin. S 5.00 

Michael. Jos 5.00 

Minn. Barrel & 

Bag Co 5.00 

Minneapolis Lodge 

271, I. O. B. B.. 20.00 

Muehlstein. J. . . . 5.00 

Phillips, David . . 5.00 

Reisman. Phil K. 10.00 
Robitshek, Geo. . 5.00 

Robitshek, I. H.. 5.00 

Ruben, Harold M. 10.00 

Schneider, E. A. 10.00 

Segal, 1 5.00 

Selig, Josfpn .... 5.O0 

Shuaedlinii- & Co. 5.00 

Silbermaii. C. H. 5.00 

Silverstein. M. ... 5.00 

Snattinger. M. ... 10.00 

Snattinger, T. ... 10.00 
Stromberg, A., & 

Co 5.00 

Stromberg, Geo. . 5.00 

Taussig, S., & Son 5.00 
Twin City Fixture 

Exc 15.00 

Weil, Chas 5.00 

Weil, Isaac 10.00 

Weil, Wm. B 5.00 

Weinberg, B. L. . 5.00 

Weiskopf, Henry. 5.00 

Weiskopf, R. G... 10.00 

Weisman, 1 5.00 

Weisman, Wm. . . 5.00 

Werpel, H. C. ... 5.00 

Wolpert & Davis. 5.00 

St. Paul 

Baer. Pernand B. 15.00 
Ginsberg, Misses 

Anna & Lilly, & 

Mrs. D. G. Mains 10.00 

Goldman. B. T... 50.00 
Goodkind, Mrs. B. 

L 10.00 

Jewish Welfare 

Ass'n 100.00 

Selig, Leon J 5.00 

Virginia 

Roman, Jos 5.00 

Simon & Schibel. 5.00 



Corinth 



MISSISSIPPI 

Brookhaven 

Cohn, David Z.... 



Brachstoue, Sam. 


5.00 


Rubcl, Abe, & Co. 


50.00 


Rubel, I 


5.00 


Worris, H 


5.00 


Greenville 




Cohn, T 


5.00 


Deborah Lodge 




161, I. O. B. B. 


5.00 


Fletcher, Leon . . . 


5.00 


Goldstein, Nathan 


5.00 


Hebrew L'nion S. 




s 


5.00 


Hirsch, E. V 


5.00 


Johl, Miss 




Jeanette 


5.00 


Ladies' Temple 




Aux 


5.00 


Lemler, Max 


5.00 


Moyse & Moyse . . 


5.00 


Riteman, Mrs. L. 




N. . . . .• 


10.00 


Solomon, M. L. . . 


5.00 


Weinberg, A. & D. 


5.00 


Greenwood 




Goodman, F 


5.00 


Herman, Robert . 


5.00 


Kantor, J 


5.00 


Klein & Blumen- 




thal 


5.00 


Stein, S. J 


5.00 


Weiler, A 


10.00 


Hattiesburgr 




Dreyfus, M 


5.00 



Prank, Mrs. 

Henry 

Gisenberger, L. L. 

Kullman, B 

Moses, Mrs. Simon 
Sadler, Harry . . . 
Seiferth, Jan. . . . 

UUman, M. M 

Viener, Harry . . . 
Viener, Leon .... 

Vicksburg: 

Albrecht, Sam . . . 
Associated Jewish 

Charities 

Baer, Leon 

Bock & Fischel. 
Brown, Mrs. Sam 
Fried & Gotthelf 

Hirsch, J. K 

Hirsh, J 

Isaacs, Max 

Kory, Rev. Sol. 

L 

Ladies' Hebrew 

Benevolent 

Asso 

Landau. M. D 

Laudenheimer, 

David ..- 

Lyons. Walter . . . 
Mai'cus, Saml. . . . 
Metzger, Maurice. 
Mite Society 

Anshe cnesed S. 



Jackson 

Ascher, Mrs. 

Bessie Hart . . . 

Ascher, Jos 

Cohen Bros 

Dreyfus, Mrs. 

Bertha 

Dreyfus, Isidore. 
Feibelman, A. . . . 

Gordon, Sam 

Hart, Cyril 

Hart, Lee R 

Lehman, Isidore . 

Levine, L 

Marks, S. S 

Orkin, A. J 

Rice, D. H 



10.00 



Goldfarb, Mrs. M. 
L 


10.00 


Columbus 

Kaufman Bros. .. 
Loeb & Bro., 


5.00 
5.00 


Marx, L 

Rosenzweig, Louis 


5.00 
5.00 



3Ieridian 

Cahn, Mrs. Ed... 

Klein, S. A 

Lyon, A. J 

Meyer, Joe 

Meyer, Sam 

Rothenberg, M., 

Co 

Straus & Lerner. 
Threefoot Bros. & 

Co 

Threefoot, K 

Wellhouse, Leo . . 
Wigransky, L. . . 
Winner, Leo .... 

Natchez 

Abrams. Dan, & 
W. Geisenberger 

Beekman, Dr. 
Marcus 

P.t'cU-niiin. l>r. P.. 
*»Prank, Henry. 



5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

15.00 

10.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

10.00 

5.00 

10.00 

10.00 

5.00 

5.00 



5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 

10.00 

10.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 



Sartorius & Fried 
Schlesinger. Wm.. 
Simmons, Julius. 

Sussman, S 

Switzer, L. L 

West Point 

Rosenfeld, S. O... 
Semmelman, B. S. 

Tazoo City 

Wise, H 



10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



20.00 

25.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

5.00 



10.00 
10.00 

5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



5.00 
5.00 



10.00 



5.00 
15.00 



MISSOURI 

Joplin 

Hurwitz, Harry.. 
Newman, Albert.. 

Kansas City 

Benjamin Alfred. 50.00 

Benjamin, David. 50.00 
■♦Benjamin. Mr. and 
Mrs. Lionel J., 

Feldenheimer, 
Sam 5.00 

Hess. A 25.00 

Jewish Educa- 
tional Institute. 250.00 

Kansas City 
Lodge 184, I. O. 
O. B 25.00 

Lorie, Percy S. . . 10.00 

Meyer, L 5.00 

Wachenheim, Mrs. 

D 5.00 



liOuisiana 

5 00 Michael Bros 15.00 

5 00 St. Joseph 
5.00 Adath Joseph Re- 
ligious School.. 5.00 



*Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



66 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Block, Mrs. 

Fannie 20.00 

Ehrlich, Wm. H.. 5.00 
Federated Jewish 

Charities 100.00 

♦Hirsch, Sol. 
Joseph Lodge 73, 

I. O. B -E 10.00 

Schloss, Moses A. 5.00 

Siegel, Lewis .... 5.00 
•*Westheimer, Mr. 

&i Mrs. Ferd. 
♦♦M'estheimer, Samuel. 

St. Lrouis 

Aaron-Fleischer 

Silk Co 5.00 

Addison's 10.00 

Arenson. J o.OO 

Arthur. I. F 10.00 

Auer, Mrs. Isidor 10.00 

Baer, Arthur B. . . 10.00 

Baer, J. A 25.00 

Baer, Sigmund . . 10.00 

Bauman, S. H. .. 5.00 

Berg. A 5.00 

Bettmann, 1 10.00 

Block. Charles . . 10.00 

Bluestein. C. H... 5.00 
Blumenfeld, 

Morris 5.00 

Brv, M. E 5.00 

Brv, Nathan 10.00 

Carafoil. A 10.00 

Cohen, Leon .... 5.00 

*Cohn. I. H 15.00 

Doischman, I. . . . 10.00 
Drev, Mrb. Lizzie 

H 5.00 

Ebn Ezra Lodge 

47, I. O. B. B... 10.00 

Eiseman Bros . . . 5.00 
Eiseman, David 

Jr 5.00 

Eiseman, Fred. B. 10.00 

Eiseman, R. S. . . 5.00 

Epstein, H. & L. 10.00 

Epstein, J. 1 5.00 

Epstein Pants Co. 5.00 
Ferer, Aaron, & 

Sons 5.00 

Finkelstein, 

House of 5.00 

Flarsheim. M. J. 10.00 

Forcheimer, J. R. 5.00 
Forest Citv Mfg. 

Co 5.00 

Frank. Mrs. 

Henry 5.00 

French Suit Co... 5.00 

Freund, J. L 5.00 

Friedman, M 10.00 

Friend Hide & 

Fur Co 10.00 

Frohlichstein, S. 

H 10.00 

Fuld, Mrs. Arthur 

M 15.00 

Fuller, Aaron 25.00 

Glaser, Jos., Jr... 5.00 

Glaser, Julius ... 10.00 

Glaser, Sigmund . 5.00 

Glaser, Walter M. 5.00 

Glauber, E. W.... 10.00 

Goldman, Alvin D. 10.00 

Goldman, David . 5.00 

Goldman, M 10.00 

Goldman. Morris. 25.00 
Greensfelder, 

Bernard 10.00 



Greenspon, J. ... 5.00 

Guckenheiin, Emil 5.00 

Haas. Harrv S. .. 10.00 

Haas, Jacob 10.00 

Harris, Ben 25.00 

Harris, Marcus . . 50.00 

Harris, O. T -5.00 

Hasgall, S 5.00 

Hecht, Herman . . 5.00 
Herzog & Bro., 

L, 5.00 

Hirschhorn, 

Lewis 5.00 

Hirshfield, E 10.00 

Hoffman, Morris. 10.00 
House of Bar- 
gains 5.00 

Jacobson, Hugo.. 5.00 

Kahn, Hvman . . . 5.00 

Kahn, J. B 5.00 

Kahn-Schoen- 
brun-Tiger Mfg. 

Co -. 5.00 

Kessler Skirt Co. 5.00 
Kleinhauser, Jos. 

B 10.00 

Kline, I. D 10.00 

Knickerbocker 

Clothing Co. . . 5.00 

Kranzberg, S. ... 5.00 

Kurlander, Chas.. 5.00 

Landau, A 10.00 

Langsdorf, Julius 5.00 
♦Lesem, Col. I, H. 

Levy, F 10.00 

Levy, Miss Re- 
becca 20.00 

Lewin Metal Corp. 10.00 

Lieber, Leslie . . . 10.00 

Lipman, H. M. . 5.00 

Lippman, Jos. M. 10.00 

Lipschitz, M. ... 5.00 

Littman. Mrs. M. 10.00 

Loeb, Alexander. 10.00 

Loevenhart, J. H. 5.00 

Loth, Jacob 10.00 

Maas, Eugene 5.00 

Mange, Jacob . . . 5.00 
Mankofsky & 

Olshwanger . . . 5.00 

Marx, E. J 5.00 

Marx, Walter S. . . 5.00 

Mathes, 1 5.00 

Mathes, Joseph.. 10.00 

Mav, David 25.00 

May, Morton J. . 25.00 

Mayer, Emil 5.00 

Mayer, Fred 10.00 

Mayer, Herman . 10.00 

Mayer, Louis 10.00 

Mendle Printing 

Co 10.00 

Miller, Mrs. I. W. 10.00 
Missouri Lodge 
No. 22, I. O. B. 

B 10.00 

Moog, Alva 5.00 

Moos & Lowen- 

haupt 5.00 

Myers, Harrv , . . 5,00 
♦Nathan, Emil, 

Olian, J. 1 10,00 

Olian, Leslie G... 5,00 

Oppenhelmer, G,. 10.00 

Piatt, Edwin G... 10,00 

Rauh, A. S 5,00 

Rice, A. J 10.00 

Rice, Henry 10.00 

•♦Rice, Jonathan. 

Richard, E. L. .. 5.00 



Rosen. Paul 5.00 

Rosenfeld, Arthur ."..00 

Roth, Fred S. . . . .5.00 
Rothschild Bros. 

Hat Co 5.00 

Russack. S. J. ... 5.00 
♦Sacks, Wm. 

Saifer, Wm 5.00 

St. Louis Commis- 
sion Co 5.00 

Samuels Shoe Co. 10.00 

Sapin, Jacob N,.. 5.00 

Schield, Wm 10.00 

Schott, Albert, & 

Son 10.00 

Schott, Jos .5,00 

Schuster, S. J. , . . 10,00 
Schuster, Mrs. S. 

J 5.00 

Seelig, S 5.00 

Seidel, S 5.00 

Shoenberg, Col. 

M 25.00 

Shoenberg, Syd- 
ney M 10.00 

Shroder, S. W. .. 5.00 

Sichel, 1 10.00 

Sicher, Edward . . 5.00 

Sicher, Henrv . . . 10.00 

Sicher, M. J 5.00 

Silverman, David 

P 5.00 

Silverman, J. E. . 10.00 

Singer, Adolph . .' 5.00 

Somers, David . . . 10.00 

Spitz, Mrs. Moritz 10,00 
Standard Rail & 

Steel Co 10.00 ' 

Stein. Saml. J .5.00 

Steinberg, Louis 

M 5.00 

Steinberg, Mark 

C 10.00 

Steinschneider, 

M 10.00 

Sternberg, Harrv. 5,00 
Stix, Albert I. .. 5.00 
■♦Stlx. C. A. 
Stix, Ernest W.. . 10.00 
Straus, Eugene J, 10,00 
Straus, Mrs. Han- 
nah 10.00 

Susman. B .5.00 

Swope. Meier .... 5.00 

Thai. Robert .5.00 

Thorn. Jos 5.00 

Tober, Saifer Shoe 

Co lO.OO 

Treuman, Paul , . 5,00 

Union Cap Co 5,00 

Waldheim, A 25.00 

Weil. Max 5.00 

Weil, Ralph 5.00 

Weinstock, Walter 5.00 

Weisman, Ben ... 5.00 

Werner, J. M 10.00 

AViener. M. G. . . . 10.00 
Wohl, David P... 5.00 
WolfiC, A., Corpo- 
ration 25.00 

Wolff, Mrs. Clara 

A 5.00 

Wolff. E. H 10.00 

Wolfheim, M. ... 10,00 

Zucker, Harry H.. 5.00 



Springfield 

Associated Charity 
Fund 



25.00 



*I/ifc Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



(i7 



Tipton 




Colin, liosrtlie . . . 


13.00 


Webb City 




Goldstein, Saul . . 


10.00 


MONTANA 




Butte 




Baron DeHirsoh 




Lodge 420. I. O. 




B B 


r..oo 


Cohen. J. S 


.^j.OO 


Liuz. Mose 


.^..00 


Mever. Wm 


5.00 


•Ojipentieimer, J. E. 




•Svmons, Harrv. 




Symons, 'NVm. S. . 


10.00 


Missoula 




Leiser, Miss 




Esther 


10.00 


NEBRASKA 




Lincoln 




Cerf, Kstate of 




Edward 


5.00 


Friend. Morris . . 


15.00 


Gold, Nathan J.. 


5.00 


Gold. Wni 


15.00 


Maver. Chas 


10.00 


Maver, Simon D.. 


15.00 


Simon. Ben 


5.00 


Speier. H 


5.00 


•AVeil, M 


25.00 


Omaha 




Gluck, Israel 


15.00 


Katleman. Carl C. 


10.00 


Kirschbraun & 




Sons 


25.00 


Lapidus, Harry 




H 


5.00 


Lew. Morris 


15.00 


Omaha Lodge 354. 




I. O. B. B 


10.00 


Rosenthal, B. & 




H 


10.00 


RoseTvater, Victor 


10.00 


Temple Israel 




Sisterhood 


25.00 


NEW HAMPSHIRE 


Manchester 




Granite State 




Lodge No. ISl. 




I. O. B. A 


5.00 



NEW JERSEY 

Atlantic City 

*Bacharach, Mrs. 

Harry. 
Bendheim, Lewis. 
Berkowitz, Mrs. 

Henry 

Bogotin. Samuel 

.T 

♦Buzby, Walter J. 
Coblins. Morris . . 
Council of Jewish 

Women 

Craighead, Robert 

D 

Davies, Mrs. G. B. 
Elfman, Morris . . 
Epstein, Mrs. A.. 



5.00 

10.00 

5.00 

3.00 

5.00 

25.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



I'lcishinan. Mrs. 

S. L 

I'rank. Mrs. W. 

C 

•L'rideuberg, Mr.s. 

Anne E. 
•I'ridenberg, Mrs. 

Sol. S. 
Friodeberg, Mrs. 

Gussie 

Gcttleman. M. ... 
Gerstel, Mrs. Emil 
Goldsmit. Miss C. 

Graff. Mrs. .T 

Hanstein. Mrs. 

Moses 

Hanstein, Mrs. 

Sam 

Hillman, Joel 

Hillman, Julian 

A 

Hillman, Mrs. J. 

A 

Horkbeimer, Mrs. 

Morris 

Jones, L. L 

Kahn. Miss Carrie 
♦Kline, Henry S. . . 
Landow, C. 

Henry 

Latz. Mrs. Mack. . 
Levy. Mrs. Benj.. 

Moss, S. K 

Nemcoff. Mrs. 

Fannie 

Ojserkis, Sig- 

mund 

Pollock, Louis R.. 
Rosenbaum, Elias 
Rosenberg, H. . . 
Schaul, Henry H. 
Schecter. S. B.... 
Staller, Mrs. 

Jennie 

Sternberger, Chas. 

A 

Thalheimer, Miss 

Estelle 

Toppin. F. M. . . 
Wagenheim, Jos.. 
Wertheimer, Mrs. 

Harry 

♦White, D. S. 

Belmar 

Strauss, Irving R. 
Bridgeton 

Cohen, Mas 

Feinstein, Max . . 

Fisher, Jacob 

Fisher, Sam 

Gallner, Sam 

Garfield, D 

Rinker, Louis 

Rovner. Philip . . 
Steinberg, Simon. 

Camden 

Fuhrman, Abe . . 
Fuhrman. Nathan 

Grass, Wm 

Greenberg, 

Marcus 

Natal, Ben 

Nelson, L. M. ... 
Nurock, Harry . . 

Obus. Mark 

Palitz. Mrs. Sarah 

L 



Reitcr, Dr. Otto. 5.00 

5.00 liovner. A. J 5.00 

Sehoenagle, Sig... 15.00 

10. OO Siris. Dr. I. S. ... 5.00 

Tartar, Samuel .. 5.00 
Tomkins, Dr. S. 

S 5.00 

"Weitzman, Israel. 5,00 

10.00 East Orange 

5.00 Back, Mrs. Albert 5.00 

5.00 Dimond. A. J. . . . 10 00 

5.00 Kohn. M. F., 

5.00 Family 6.00 

5 00 Elizabeth 

Hyman. Isaac. & 

25.00 Sons 10.00 

250.00 Isaac. Abraham.. 5.00 

Koestler. Samuel. .5.00 

100.00 Stein. Dr. Emil . . 5.00 

■j^Q QQ Hoboken 

Morganstern. 

15.00 Mrs. R 10.00 

5.00 

5.00 Merchantville 
25.00 Eichengreen. 

Pauline B 5.00 

o.OO 

200.00 MillvlUe 
-|^QY,f, Nathan. Louis . . . 25.00 

5.00 >". Holly 

Krupnick, H 5.00 

25.00 

5.00 Newark 
10.00 ♦Aronson, Louis V. 
5.00 Augenbliek, 

5.00 Mever 5.00 

5.00 Bamberger. Louis 10.00 

♦Basch. Chas. J. 
5.00 Berla. Amzi 5.0O 

Dauzis. Dr. M. .. 10.00 
10.00 Davis. Mortimer. . 10.00 

Epstein. Dr. H. B. 5.00 
5.00 Ezekiel Lodge 00. 

5.00 I. O. B. B lO.OO 

2o.00 Feist, Abram 5.00 

Feist & Feist 5.00 

5.00 Fenning. H. A. . . 5.00 

Finger, W 10.00- 

♦Fisch, Jos. 
_ Foster. Rev. Sol.. 5.0^ 

D.OO ♦Friedman, Louis 
L. 

_ -. Fuld. Felix 25.00 

2-Xx Goldsmith, Leo .. 5.00- 
2-X„ Goldsmith, M. H. 5.00 
2-"X *Goldsmith, Nathan. 

9-X>^ Gray, Samuel 10.00 

2-Xx Gries. Aaron 5.00 

2-){'^ Groedel. Theodore 5.00 
•2'„„ Hammerschhi^. 

o-OO N .^ 5.00 

°-00 Hannoch. Her- 
bert J 5.00 

Heller, Rudolph.. 5.00 

5.00 Hertz, Max 20.0a 

5.00 ♦Hollander. Albert. 
5.00 ♦Hollander. Benj. 

W. 
5.00 ♦Hollander, 
5.00 Michael. 

5,00 Hollander, Samuel 

5.00 M 10.00 

5.00 Hood, Charles . . . 5.00 

Ising. Oscar 25.00 

5.00 Jay, Leopold 10.00 



♦Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARAI SCHOOL 



Kaltenbneher, T'liry, Einil 

Jos 5.00 Warner, Burnett . 

Kamm. Louis ... 10.00 *Weingartcn, Levi. 

*Kanfherr. Albert „ 

jj Orange 

Kanl'herr & Co... 10.00 Brentano. Mrs. 

Kaiifherr, Isadore Simon 

J 5.00 Engel, Isidor . . . 

♦Kaiiflierr, Maurice Klauber, Alfred.. 

D. Roth & Co. Inc.. . 

♦King, Nathaniel. *Roth, Jacob. 

Koch. .Tnliiis .... 5.00 . 

*Krinike. Philip. Passaic 

KiissY. Herman . 5.00 Tuholsky, D 

Kiissv. Nathan . . 5.00 

T , T ; 1^,,. innn laterson 

Leliiiinn. Isidor . iu.uu 

♦Lehman, AVm. E. Barnert, Nathan.. 
*Lehman. Wm. L. Grunauer, Louis 
and .Jerome. ^^H. 

Levi, Mrs. Sarah Haines, H. B. ... 

j^j 5.00 Holzman Silk 

Lewis",' Bernard . 10.00 Mfg. Co 

*Lewis. Israel. Levlne & Gree- 

Lichtman, J., & span ......... 

Sou 10.00 Rogowski, M. L.. . 

Lindenian, Philip 10,00 Simon & Cohn... 

Lippman, Louis.. 5.00 p^^^^ ^„^,g 
*Lissner, A. ^ . . 

*Lissner, B. Livingstone, 

*Lissner, Leo N. . 10.00 Alex 

Liveright, Frank ^^ ^^ J,^^^^^ Amboy 

Loewenberg'CoV. s'.OO Wurtzel, Max ... 

Maybaum Charles 5.00 phnHpsburg 

Maver. Adolf 2o.00 ^ r y. 

Mendel, AVilliam . . 5.00 Bu^en Jac^b . . 
*Meyer, Aaron. -^i^, miss Alice 

Mever, Jacob .... 10.00 i^ 

Meyer. Joseph E.. 10.00 piainfigld 
*Miller, Bernard. „ „^ 

Miller E H ... 10.00 Newcorn, W m. . . . 

Myers. AVm.' L ! . 5.00 Rothberg Harvey 

Ne\vman. Jacob L. 10.00 Sch wed. Herman. 

Oppenheimer, iepper uros 

Max 10.00 Kiverside 

♦Phillips. Arthur. r>^iinnT.- « t? 

Plaut, Louis .... 10.00 Pollack. S. F 

Plant. Moses 5.00 Somerville 

*Rachlin. Morris. Hellman. Israel. . . 

Ric^ LeopoW . 5.00 Mack, Mrs. Louise 

Rich, \\illiam S.. 10.00 g^^^.^^ ^has. ... 
*Roth, Isaac. 

Salzman, Nathan. 5.00 gouth Orange 

Schechner, Samuel 10.00 i^j Qscar 

Sheck Advertising *" 

Agency 5.00 Trenton 

*Schlesinger Louis. Cohen, Bernhard. 

Schlesinger, ^^i^^ jonas A.. 

Morris S o-ou Qerson, Simon ., 

Schloss. Mrs. Julian, Dr. AVm. 

Hanna •••••••• 5.00 Kaplan, David ,. . 

Schnuerer, Alfred 10.00 Kaufman, S. E. 
*Schwarz & Son. Koplin, Dr. N. H. 

SchAvartz, Louis Krueger, Samuel. 

C. . • ■ • }X'Xn Levy. Samuel 

Sichel. Moses .... 10.00 Tobish, B. ... 

Simon, H. S. . . ... &-00 Trenton Shirt 

Sommer, Harry F. 2o.00 -^^^ ^^ 

*Sommer. AA^m. M. Urken & Ko'hn . , 

Stahl, Simon .... 5.00 wirtschafter, H. 

Stein. Leo 5.00 

Steiner, Herman. 5.00 Warrenville 
*Steiner, Mrs. Jos. Hofheimer, Mr. 

♦Straus, Isaac T. and Mrs. Arthur 

Straus, M., & 

Sons 5.00 NEW MEXICO 

Sugarman, Ben ,„ 

J ' 5.00 Albuquerque 

Sugarman,' Jos. J. 5.00 Ilfeld, Louis 



5.00 


Kahn, Siegfried . 


.^).00 


5.00 


Nordhaus, Max. . 
Schweizer, Her- 


2."). 00 




man 


10.00 




Clayton 




10.00 


Isaacs, Robt. AV.. 


5.00 


5.00 






5.00 


Cuba 




10.00 


Eichwald, A 

E. Las Vegas 
J. E. Rosenwald 


5.00 


10.00 


Lodge 545, I. 0. 






B. B 


10.00 




AA'internitz, D. . . 


5.00 


10.00 


Las Vegas 




5.00 


Ilfeld, Chas 


10.00 


5.00 


Rosenwald's Sons, 






Emanuel 


10.00 


5.00 


Roswell 




5.00 


Jaffa, Mrs. Nathan 


5.00 


5.00 
5.00 


Santa Fe 






Hersch, Mrs. Jos. 


5.00 




Wagon Mound 




10.00 


A^orenberg, Simon 
NEW YORK 


5.00 


10.00 


Albany 






Barnet, AVm 


25.00 


5.00 


Blatner, Jacob M. 


5.00 




Blatner, M. H.... 


5.00 


5.00 


Blatner, S. H 

Congregation Beth 


5.00 




Emeth 


25.00 


5.00 


Council of Jewish 




5.00 


AA'omen 


5.00 


5.00 


de Beer, Mr. and 




50.00 


Mrs. Jacob 


10.00 




Friedman, J. S.. . 


5.00 




Fuld, Franklin B. 


5.00 


15.00 


Gideon Lodge 140, 






I. O. B. B 


5.00 




Hatch, Nathan . . 


10.00 


5.00 


Hatch, Stephen V. 


5.00 


10.00 


Hessberg, Samuel 


20.00 


5.00 


Hyman, Edward. 
Kantrowitz, 


5.00 




Morris 


10.00 


25.00 


Earner, A., & Son 


5.00 




Lesser, R. AA'' 


5.00 




Levison, Milton F, 


5.00 


5.00 


Lowenstein, B. J. 


5.00 


5.00 


Mandelbaum, M. 




5.00 


J 


5.00 


5.00 


Mann Bros 


5.00 


5.00 


Mann, Milton 


5.00 


5.00 


Marx, Herbert L. 


5.00 


5.00 


May, Chas. S 


5.00 


10.00 


Mendel, Max 


5.00 


5.00 


Mendleson, Ira . . 


5.00 


5.00 


Mendleson, Leon. 


10.00 




Miller Bros 


5.00 


10.00 


Muhlfelder & Illch 


10.00 


5.00 


Muhlfelder, Jonas 


5.00 


5.00 


Neuman, Dr. Leo 






H 


5.00 




Nusbaum, Joseph 


5.00 




Nusbaum, S. I. . 


5.00 


10.00 


Oppenheim, Louis 






AV 


5.00 




Oppenheim, Wm. 






L 


5.00 




Paris Cloak & 




5.00 


Suit Co 


5.00 



*Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



69 



♦llosendale, Hon. 

S. W. 
Sonnenfeld, Sam 

T 5.00 

Sporborg, Mr. and 

Mrs. Alfred J.. 10.00 
Sporborg, Mrs. 

Henry J 5.00 

Stahl, Simon 5.00 

Stern, Chas. M... 5.00 
Tlianhauser, Mrs. 

BenJ. H 10.00 

AValdman Bros .. 10.00 
Wander, S., v"fe 

Sons 5.00 

Weil, Edw 5.00 

Ainstprdam 

Belir, O. M. & S. 

M 5.00 

Ilolzbeimer, Solo- 
mon 10.00 

Straus, David . . . 10.00 

Auburn 

Marshall, L 5.00 

Bingrhaniton 

Hirschmann. Sig- 

mund J 5.00 

Rosenthal, S. C. 5.00 

Brooklyn 

Blum, Edw. C. . . 10.00 
Council of Jewish 

Juniors 10.00 

De Vos, A. R. . . . 10.00 
Franks, H. S. ... 5.00 
Janowitch, J. H.. 5.00 

Joachim, B 25.00 

Joachim. Chas. J. 25.00 
*Kalvin, Mrs. 

Henry M. 
Katz, Mrs. .Jennie 5.00 
Kaufman, Mrs. 

Sara 8,00 

May, Daniel 5.00 

Filler, Mrs. Julia 10.00 

Rand, H. P 5.00 

*Reiner, Julius. 

Rubin, Jos 25.00 

Shapiro, Mr. and 

Mrs. Hyman, & 

Family 25.00 

Stern, Isaac 15.00 

Werbelovsky's 

Son, J. H 10.00 

Buffalo 

Berger, L. L 10.00 

Bergman, Wolf . . 5.00 

Block, Joseph . . . 10.00 

Block, Mrs. Jos.. 10.00 

Block, Leopold .. 5.00 
Boasberg, 

Emanuel 10.00 

Cohen, Sol 5.00 

Coplon, D. H. ... 5.00 

Coplon, Mrs. Rosa 5.00 

Eckstein, Chas. . 10.00 

Eckstein, Ignatz . 10.00 

Elias, Gabriel . . . 10.00 

Ellis, David 10.00 

Pleischmann, 

' Simon 5.00 

GiTen, I. S 10.00 

Harriton, Harrv. 5.00 

Hochstetter, E. G. 5.00 
*Hofeller, Eugene 
D. 



♦Ilofeller, Theodore. 
♦Hotelier, Mrs. 

Theo. 

Hyman, D 5.00 

Jacobson. S 5.00 

♦.Joseph, J. a. 
Ivauffman, Dr. 

Lesser 15.00 

Iveiser, August . . 5.00 

Ivlopfer, Edward. 5.00 

Krauss, 1 5.00 

Levi, E 10.00 

Oppenheim, W. H. 10.00 

Roblin, Daniel . . 5.00 

Saperston, W. W. 10.00 

Shroder, Milton . 5.00 
Warner, Edgar 

W 5.00 

Warner, Edward . 5.00 
♦Warner, Eugene. 

Warner, John It.. 10.00 

Warner, Rud. J.. 10.00 

Weil, David B... 5.00 

Wile, Herman 10.00 

♦Winkler, Mrs. R. 

S. 

Wittman, Hugo . . 10.00 

Cedarhurst, L<. I. 

Dreyfus, Fred J. 5.00 
Croton-on-Hudson 

Rosen, Jos. A 10.00 

Delhi 

Stern, Aaron 5.00 

Dunkirk 

Ferman, H. J 5.00 

Getlen, A 5.00 

Levy. I. M 5.00 

Siegel, 1 5.00 

Solomon. D. M... 5.00 

Wittman, Paul . . 10.00 

East Elmhurst 

Roseraont. Walter, 
and Grace 
Frank 25.00 

Eggrertsville 

Warner, Mrs. 

Eugene 10.00 

Elmira 

Friendly, M. H. . 5.00 

Friendly, Mrs. 
Sarah G 5.00 

Lande, Dr. Abra- 
ham 5.00 

Levy, Benj. F. .. 5.00 

Rosenbaum, H. 

L 5.00 

Tepper Bros. . . . 10.00 

Ear Rockaway 

Plerrman, Mrs. J. 

D 5.00 

Gloversville 

Aaron, Albert . . . 5.00 
Bachner-Moses- 

Louis Co 25.00 

Bellis & Klein . . 25.00 
Council of .Jewish 

Women 10.00 

Elite Glove Co... 25.00 

Horwitz & Arbib 10.00 

Kennedy. Dr. M.. 5.00 

Klein, August . . . 25.00 



Lebenheim. F. W. 10.00 
Littauer, Lucius 

N 100.00 

Mendel, J. W. ... 5.00 

Nelson. A 5.00 

Rothschild, 

Samuel 25.00 

♦Rothschild, Mrs. 

Samuel. 

Great Neck, L,. I. 

Burnham, Lee S.. 5.00 
Grecnport, L/. I. 

Levine Bros 5.00 

Herkimer 

Schermer, Benj. . 5.00 
Schermer, Mrs. 

Louis 5.00 

Jamaica 

Sisterhood of 
Temple Israel . 10.00 

Jolinsto^vn 

Denkert, M 5.00 

Feldman. M., & 

Son 5.00 

Rosenthal, Albert 10.00 

Mount Vernon 

Robison, G 10.00 

Ne^vburgh 

Fish & Freiuliar. 5.00 

Goldberg. Alex. . . .5.00 

Goldstein, F. S... 5.00 

Goodman, Isaac. 5.00 

Gottlieb, Isaac . . 5.00 

Grenis & Son, S.. 5.00 

Kades. Louis .... 5.00 

Kempler, Philip . . 5.00 
Samuel, Sig. & 

Max 5.00 

Stern, Frederick. 5.00 

New Roclielle 

Amdur, N. W.... 5.00 
♦Grant. Adolph .. 2.5.00 
Landenburger. 

Theo 5.00 

♦Landenburger. 
Mrs. Theo. 
Prince. J 25.00 

New York City 
Baron de Hirscli 

Fund 10,000.00 

♦♦Abraham, A. 
Abrahams, Mrs. 

M. L 5.00 

Ailler's Sons. 

Chas 10.00 

AdMr, Max 5.00 

Alexander, Leo . . 5.00 

Allmayer, E 5.00 

Alpert, Adoli)h .. 10.00 
Armstrong. Paul. 5.00 

Aron, Morris 100.00 

♦Bambergei'. Win. 
Bathia Loilu'e lo, 

U. O. T. S 5.00 

Bayer, Samuel .. 10.00 
Beaumont, L. D.. 25.00 
Beer, Mrs. Julius 10.00 
Beller. Mr. and 

Mrs. A 10.00 

Benjamin, Eugene 

S 10.00 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



70 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Berle, Miss 

Blanche 10.00 

Bernard, Mrs. 

Bertram 10.00 

Bernheini, Isaac. 5.00 
•Bernheimer, Miss 

Rosie. 

Bijur, Abraham . 10.00 
Bijur, Judge 

Nathan 10.00 

Billwiller Bros .. 10.00 
Bing, Mr. and 

Mrs. A. M 10.00 

Blitzer. M. D. . . . 5.00 
Bloomingdale, Mrs. 

J- B 10.00 

Blum. Mrs. .Jos. A. 10.00 
*Blumenthal, 

George. 
Blumgart, Mr. and 

Mrs. Louis 5 00 

Buehman. Julius. 25.00 
♦Budge. Henry. 

Burgauer. Samuel 10.00 
Buttenwieser, 

^ Jos. L 10.00 

Campe, Emanuel 

,, ^'- •••. 5.00 

Centennial Lodge 

T63. F. .t A. M. 25.00 

Cohen. Julius 

^ Henry iq.qo 

Cohen. Max 1.5 oo 

Cohen. Sol] is s'oo 

Conheim. Her- 
mann 10 00 

*Co\ven. Moses ... lo'oo 

Danenbaum. Chas. gOO 

DeBoer. David H. 5."00 

Dreyfuss, Mrs. 

Dribben. S. F. . . . lO.OO 
>>ckstein, Henry 

T^-J-, ;-. 10.00 

Edelstein. S. M.. 5.00 
Lhrraanu, Mrs 

^.Ern.st 10.00 

i'-^mstein. Isaac D. 10 00 
Li.seman, Mrs. 

Sam jQ QQ 

EneloT,-. Dr. H. g'. 10.00 
Erlanger. Abra- 
ham 35 00 

Estricher, Henry. g'.oo 

Fechheimer. A. . . lo.OO 

^echheimer. Chas. 10.00 

Felsenheld, E. . . . lo.oo 

Eischman. Wm 7 .50 

Fleishman. Marco 10*00 

Prank Bros. ^^ on 

Prankel, D. J. y/. 5^ 
Frankfeld, Mrs 

Mildred lo.OO 

Friedman, Max . 25 00 

Friedman, Morris * 10 00 
Friedman. Sol., & 

„Co 10.00 

Fuer.st, W. F. ... 5.OO 

Gainsburg, I. ... 25 00 

Gans, Milton . . .' . i.sioo 

Glass, Henry .... 10 00 

Glazier, Henrv S. 25 00 
Glazier, Mrs. S. 

„ W 25.00 

Goldberg, Mrs. J. 

„^- ••• 10.00 

Goldenberg. S. L. 25 00 

Goldsmith. Fred. lo'.OO 
Goldsmith, 

Richard 10 00 



Goodhart, 

Howard T 10.00 

*Goodhart, Philip 

J. 
Goodman. Edwin . lO.Of) 
Goodman. Win. . 15.00 
Gottheil, Mrs. 

Paul 10.00 

GottheK, Edward 

B 5.00 

Greenhut, Mrs. J. 

B .50.00 

Greenhut. X. W. . 10.00 
Grossman, f^mil . 5.00 
Grossman, Mrs. R. 5.00 
Grossman, Rev. 

Dr. R 5.00 

Guggenheim, Mrs. 

Isaac 100.00 

♦Guggenheim, 

Murry. 
♦Guggenheim, Wm. 
Guinzburg, Col., 

and Mrs. H. A.. 50.00 
Guinzburg, Miss 

Lillie 20.00 

Guinzburg, Victor 25.00 
Guinzburg, Mrs. 

Victor 10.00 

Gutfreund, Hugo. 100.00 
Hadassah Lodge 

8. U. O. T. S.. 5.00 
♦Hays, Daniel P. 
Hecht, Family of 

Mrs. I. L. .' 40.00 

♦Heinsheimer, 

Alfred M. 
Heller. L., & Son 10.00 
Hendricks, Mrs. 

Chas 10.00 

Herkimer, Ber- 

thold S 10.00 

♦Hermann, 

Ferdinand. 
Heyman, Samuel. 10.00 
Hirsch, Adolf ... 5.00 
Hirsch, Morris J. 10.00 
♦Hoffheimer, 

Nathan. 
Holzman, Ascher. 10.00 
Holzman, S, L. . 10.00 
Huchberger, Mrs. 

J 5.00 

Husch, Herman . 5.00 
♦Hyman. D. M. 
Ikelheimer, 

Emanuel, 

children of ... 15.00 
Ikelheimer, Miss 

Ida 5.00 

Iserson, A. S. . . . 5.00 
Ittleson. Henry . . .5.00 
Janowitz. .Julius. 25.00 
Henry Jones 

Lebanon Lodge 

No. 79, I. O. B. 

B 5.00 

Kahn, Louis o.OO 

Kaplan, Dr. Ira I. 5.00 
♦Katz, Eugene. 
♦♦Kaufmann, B. 
Kaufmann, Mrs. 

B 25.00 

Kaufmann. Her- 
bert M 25.00 

Kaufmann. .Julius 10.00 
♦♦Kayser. .Julius. 
Kayser. Mrs. 

Julius 25.00 



Kleo. Leon 25.00 

Klein, Mr. and 

Mrs. Milton M.. 10.0«) 

Klein, Sidney ... 5.0<> 

Klein, William . . 10.00 
Klingensteln, Mr, 

and Mrs. Chas. 10.00 

Klugman, Julius. 10.00 

Knopf, Samuel... 5.00 

Kohlman, Chas... 10.00 
Kohnstamn, Leo, 

Eg w .-lid and 

Jos .50.00 

♦Krauskopf, Mary 

G. 

Krieger, Louis . . 5.00 

Kuhn, Arthur K. 100.00 
Lamport, Mr. and 

Mrs. S. C 25.00 

Landman, Rabbi 

Isaac 5.0<) 

Lauterbach, Edw. lO.dO 
Lauterstein, Mrs. 

Leon 5.00 

Lebach, Mrs. 

Stuart J. ...... 5.00 

Lehman, Allan S.. 10.00 
Lehman, INIr. and 

Mrs. Arthur . . . 25.fMj 
Lehman, Herbert 

H 25.00 

Lehman, Hon. 

Irving 25.00 

♦♦Lehman, Meyer H. 

Leon, Henry .... 10.00 
♦Leon, Maurice. 

Leven, Ben lO.Of) 

Leventritt, Hon. 

David 10.00 

Levy, Albert L. . 15.00 

Levy, Mrs. Ben.i . 5.00 

Levy, Ephraim P.. 5.00 

Levy, Felix H. . . 10.00 

Levy, Mrs. Lena. 10.00 

Levy, Sylvan .... 5.00 
♦Lewisohn, 

Adolph 25.0<t 

Lewisohn, Misses 

A. and 1 10.00 

Lewisohn, Sam A. 25.00 

Liebmann. Chas.. 5.00 

♦Lipper, Arthur .. 25.00 
Lipper, Mrs. 

Arthur 15.0(i 

Lippman. L. J. . ~>JH) 

Loeb, Ferd 10.00 

Loewenstein, 

Herman 10.00 

Lorsch. Henry . . 10.00 
♦Louchheim, 

Harry F 25.00 

Louchheim, Mrs. 

H. F 25.0(1 

Lulley, Charles . . 10.00 
Lurie, Mr. and 

Mrs. M 5.00 

♦♦Mack, Jacob W. 

Mack, Marc H. . . 10.00 
Manhattan- Wash. 

Lodge 191, I. O. 

B. B 10.00 

Mann, Morris H. 10.00 

Marcuse, A. J. ... 5.00 

Marks. Sigmund. 10.00 

♦Marshall, Louis.. 100.00 

Mautner. Julius.. 10.0<1 

Maver, Bernhard . 25.00 

Mayer, Max W. . 10.00 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



THE XATIOXAL FARM SCHOOL 



71 



Maver Otto L. .. lO.oii 

Maver. S. W 10.00 

Melrzer. M. C. .. lO.W 
Mendelsohn. Sigm. 10.00 
Menilleson Jerome 25.00 

Meyer. D. F 10.00 

Mever. Harri.«on 

D 20.00 

Me.ver. Mrs. .Tona.s 5.00 
•Mever. Wm. 
Miller. Dr. Louis. 5.00 
Miller. Nntlian .T. 25.00 
•Millhiser. Mrs. 

Clarence 5.00 

Mishkind. Isidor. 5.00 
•Morpanstern. 

Albert G. 
Morgenthau. 

Henry 25.00 

Morrison's. Inc. . . 20.00 

Mo.'ses. D. K 10.00 

Moses. Mrs. E. .. 5.00 
Mt. Sinai Lodge 

Xo. 2. I. O. B. 

B 10.00 

Mvers. Selig 50.00 

Natban. Miss 

Caroline K 12.50 

Xaumburg. Elkan 50.00 
Xewburger. Alfred 

H 10.00 

Xordlinger. Emil 

S 10.00 

Oeiis. Adolph S... 100.00 
Oclis. Mrs. Adolph 

S 25.00 

Oppeuheim. Mrs. 

Laurent 5.00 

Oppenheimer. Z. 

11 10.00 

Ottensoser, Mrs. 

L 5.00 

Ottinger. Marx . . 25.00 
Peierls. Siegfried. 10.00 
Pevser, Solomon 

r> 10.00 

Pollak. Chas. X.. 10.00 
Posner. Louis S.. 10.00 

Price. David 5.00 

Reiter. Leon M.. . 5.00 

Rich. M. P 5.00 

Robison, Louis. . . 10.00 
Rogers. M. H. .. 5.00 

Rosen Bros 5.00 

Rosenbaum. 

Arthur A 10.00 

Rosenthal, Mrs. 

Herbert 10.00 

Rossbach. Jacob. 10.00 
Rossbach, Mrs. 

Leonora B. ... 25.00 
Rothschild. Louis 

F 10.00 

•Rothschild, Mrs. 

VTm. 

Sachs. Harrv 25.00 

Sachs. Samuel ... 25.00 
Sadowsky, Mr. 

and Mrs. Reuben 

and Family ... 12.50 

Saks, Isadore 5.00 

Salit, Michael ... 10.00 
••Salomon. Wm. 
•Samler. Louis. 
Samuels. Donald 

L 10.00 

Sanger. Isaac ... 10.00 
SchiflE. Isaac 5.00 



••SehifT. Jacob H. 
Schlff, Mrs. Jacob 

H 500.00 

Schlff, Mortimer 

L 100.00 

Schoenfeld, David 35.00 
Schoenfeld, Mrs. 

David 10.00 

Schoenthal, Henry 10.00 

Schwerin. 1 25.00 

Seasongood. A. J. 10.00 
Seligman, Mrs. De 

Witt J 5.00 

Seligman, Dr. 

Edwin R. A. .. 5.00 
Seligman, Jeffer- 
son 25.00 

Semel, Bernard . 5.00 

Shiman, David .. 10.00 

Shrier, Samuel . . 5.00 

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

Sidenberg, Henry 5.00 
Sidenberg, Mr. and 

Mrs Richard . . . 10.00 
Silberstein, Abra- 
ham 5.00 

Silverberg, A. S.. 25.00 
Silverberg. Mrs. 

A. S. 25.00 

Silverberg. Mark 

and Arthur ... 25.00 
Silverman, Mrs. 

Anna 10.00 

Simon, A. L. and 

L. L 5.00 

Sloss, A. M 10.00 

Solomon, Miss 

Camille 12.00 

Sommerich, Edwin 10.00 

Sondheim, Max . 15.00 
Sonneborn, Moses 

S 5.00 

Spellman, Louis 

E 0.00 

Spiegeiberg. Willi 10.00 
Standard Lodge 

Xo. 30, I. O. F. 

S. of 1 5.00 

Stein, Abraham.. 10.00 
Steinam, Mrs. 

Abr 10.00 

Steiner, B 25.00 

Steiner, Mrs. B... 50.00 

Steiner Bros. . . . 10.00 

Steiner, David ... 10.00 

Steiner, Jos 10.00 

Steiner, Sam S. . . . 10.00 
Steiner, Mrs. Sig- 

f ried T5.00 

Steinhardt, Henry 10.00 

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 

Stern, S. Sidney.. 10.00 
Sterne, Mr. and 

Mrs. L. H 10.00 

Stiefel, Mrs. Sam'l 5.00 

Stieglitz, Albert.. 10.00 
Strasburger, 

Byron L 5.00 

Strasser, W. W... 5.00 

Straus, A. D. ... 5.00 

Straus. Harry H.. 10.00 



•Straus, Lionel F. 

Straus. Percy S.. 25.00 

Strauss, Charles . 25.00 

Strauss, David R. 10.00 

Strauss, Martin . 10.00 

Stroock, Jos 10.00 

Stroock, Louis S. 5.00 
Stroock. Robt. 

Louis 5.00 

Sulzberger, Cyrus 

L. .. 5-00 

Sutro. Lionel .... 5.00 
•♦Swaab. M. M.. Jr. 

Swope. J. L 10.00 

Tanenbanm. Leon 25.00 

Temple Beth-El.. 25.00 
Toch, Mr. and 

Mrs. Henry M... 2.O.00 

Toch, Maximilian 10.00 
Trounstine, Lewis 

J 10.00 

Uhry.Moise 10.00 

Ullmann. Mrs. _ 

Julius L •>-00 

Ullmann, M 10-00 

rimaiiu, C.J 10.00 

Uns-er. Mrs. Her- 
man J -0.00 

Vorhaus, Louis J. lO.OO 

Wallach, Moses . lO.OU 

Wallerstein. Max 10.00 

•Warburg, Felix 

M . . 100.00 

•Warburg, Paul M. _ 

Weil. Dr. Isaac . o-OO 

•Wertheim, Jacob. 
Wertheim, 

Maurice 50.00 

Winburn, Jesse . . O'"^ 

Winkler. Eli .... 2o.00 

Wolff, Mrs. A. L. 2.O.00 

^'i]^\^^'!:.^T' 20.oa 

•Wo'lluian. Henry. 

*Wollman. Wm. J. 2o.00 

•Woolf. Morris L. 

Wormser. Moritz. 10.00 

Zeckendorf. Louis 10.00 

Zucker, Sam-1 ... o.OO 

Xiagara Falls 

Desbecker. S. R.. 5.00 

^^i^xm!""-.^'". 10.00 

•Silberberg. mnn 

Bertha 10-00 

Silberberg Bros... o."" 
•Silberberg, G. 
•Silberberg, Isaac 

L. 
♦Silberberg, M. 

Silberberg, Moses _ 

L ^-^^ 

Olean 

Marcus. H. W.... 5.00 

Plattsburg: 

Mendelsohn. 

Julius 2.O.00 

Rochester 

Adler, Isaac 5.00 

Adler, Max A. . . 25.00 

Adler, Mortimer . 10.00 

August, Leo 5.00 

Bakrow. Mrs. J... 5.00 



•Life Member. 
••Deceased Life Member. 



72 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Eakrow, J. A. .. 5.00 

Beir, Isaac 5.00 

Benjamin, M. H.. 15.00 

Black, A. "U' 5.00 

Black. L 5.00 

Brickner, Max O. 5.00 

Cauffman Family. 5.00 
Cohen, J., Son 

Co 5.00 

Cohn, H. C 5.00 

Cohn, Herman M. 5.00 

Cohn, Hyman . . . 5.00 

Ettenheimer, S. L. 5.00 

Feinstein & Potter 5.00 

Forman, B 10.00 

Frankel, Chas. .. 10.00 

Frankel, Louis .. 10.00 

Freeman, Jacob L. 10.00 

Garson, Elmer A. 5.00 

Garson, Mrs. J. L. 5.00 

Gates, A. P 5.00 

Goldman, Hyman, 

& Son 5.00 

Goldsmith, Leon . 10.00 
Goldstein, R., & 

Co 5.00 

Goodman, A 10.00 

Gordon's, J., 

Sons 5.00 

Griesheimer, F. 

M 5.00 

Griesheimer, L. . 5.00 
Guggenheim, Geo. 

C 5.00 

Guggenheimer, H. 

L 10.00 

Hart, Leo 5.00 

Heilbrunn & 

Sons, J 5.00 

Holtz, Louis, & 

Sons 5.00 

Hyman, M. C. . . . -5.00 

.Taekson Bros. . . 5.00 

Joffe, Isaac 5.00 

Katz, Mrs. Abram 

J 25.00 

Kirstein, Henrv 

E 5.00 

Kleinberger, Leon 5.00 

Klonick, Harry.. 5.00 

Kochenthal, J. . . . 5.00 

Leiter, E. H 5.00 

Leiter. H. F 10.00 

Levy, H. 1 5.00 

**Lowenthal, Max. 
Low-enthal & 

Sons, Max 2.5.00 

Marks & Abram- 

son 5.00 

Meyer, Chas. A... .5.00 

Meyers, J. L. ... 5.00 

Meyers, M. M. ... 5.00 

Meyers, Walter S. 5.00 

♦Michaels, Jos. . . . 25.00 

Miller, Wm 20.00 

Xew England 

Furniture Co... 3.00 
Xusbaum & Son, 

A 5.00 

Present, Emanuel 5.00 

Pre.sent, LeRoy . 10.00 

Present, Morris . .5.00 

Present, Philip . .5.00 

Ring, S. L 5.00 

Rose, B. ...• 5.00 

Rosenberg, 

Edward 10.00 

Rosenberg, Mrs. 

Herman 10.00 



Rosenberg, Jaeob 

G 10.00 

Rosenbloom, Mrs. 

Anna 5.00 

Rosenthal, B. ... 5.00 
Rosenthal, Jos. 

W 5.00 

Sayage, S. H 5.00 

Simon, Joseph . . . 5.00 
• Solomon, Samuel 

L 5.00 

Steefel. Simon L. m.(X) 

Stein, Rudolph . . 10.00 

*Stein, Simon X... 200.00 

Stern, Arthur L.. 10.00 

Stern, Chas 10.00 

Stern, Henry M. . . 20.00 

Stern, Morley A.. 10.00 

Strouse, D. E. ... .5.00 

Thalheimer, .1. . . 5.00 
Tan Bergh Silver 

Plate Co 10.00 

Weil, S. M 5.00 

Wile, Mrs. Carrie 5.00 

Wile, .Julius M... 25.00 

Wile, M. B 5.00 

Wile. Sol 10.00 

Zerubbabel Lodge 

.5.3, I. O. B. B... 10.00 



NORTH CAROLINA 



Rome 




Sebelowitz. David 
A 


5.00 


Saranac Lake 




Feustman. 
Maurice, M. ... 


10.00 


Schenectady 




Lichtenberg, 

Chester 

Rubenstein, 

Lazarus 

Stark, M., & Son 


10.00 

5.00 
5.00 


Schroon Lake 

Moses, Rev. I. S.. 


5.00 


Syracuse 




Federation of 
Jewish Philan- 
thropies 

Holstein. A. M. . . 

Sporberg, W. L.. . 


100.00 
10.00 
10.00 


Tarrytown 




Halle, Mrs. 
Jacques S 


20.00 



Asheville 




Blomberg, S 


5.00 


Finkelstein, Harry 




L 


5.00 


Levitt, M 


5.00 


Lichtenfels. G. . . 


5.00 


Lipinsky, M 


5.00 


Lipinsky, S 


5.00 


Long, Mrs. M. D. 


10.00 


Lowenbein, Julius 


5.00 


Rosenberg. Ralph 


10.00 


Zagier, R. B 


5.00 


Charlotte 




Council of Jewish 




Women 


5.00 


Haas, 0. K 


5.00 


Hayman, Felix . . 


5.00 


Hayman. Henry.. 


5.00 


Hecht, Edw 


.5.00 


Lipinsky, Louis. . 


5.00 


Durham 




Rosenberg, Chas.. 


5.00 


Gastonia 




Bluestein. M 


5.00 


Karesh, A. ' 


5.00 



Troy 

Gross, Henry . . . 
Gross, Mrs, Marks 
Gumble, Alvin S. 
.Jacobs, James . . 
Kranson, Frank . 

Landau, M 

Langer, S. .1. ... 
Weinstein Bros. . 
Weiss, Harry .... 

Watertown 

Ellis, H 



5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



5.00 



Goldsboro 

Berke, Dr. 

Edward 5.00 

Cohen, Jacob 5.00 

Cohen, Siegfried. 5.00 
Edwards. Mrs. 

Asher A 10.00 

Edwards, N. J... 5.00 

Heilig & Meyers. 5.00 

Isaacs, Mrs. .Jos.. 5.00 

Jo.seph. A, A. ... 15.00 

King, Mrs. C. E. . 5.00 

Oettinger, A 5.00 

Roscower. Arthur 5.00 

Rosenthal, .Joe . . 5.00 

Sherman, M 5.00 

Shrago, A. M 5.00 

Tonkel, R 5.00 

*Weil, Mrs. Henry. 

Weil, Herman . . 10.00 

Weil, Leslie 10.00 

Weil, Lionel 10.00 

Weil, Mrs. Sol. . . 20.00 

Greensboro 

Bluhm, Sidney .. 5.00 

Cone, Benj 10.00 

Cone, Bernard M. 10.00 

Cone, Mrs. Ceasar 10.00 

Cone, Herman . . . 10.00 

Cone, Julius W... 10.00 
Council of Jewish 

Women 5.00 

Goldstein, J 5.00 

Heiss, M 5.00 

Klein, Joseph .. 5.00 
Oettinger, E. M. 

& J. R 10.00 

Schiffman. A 5.00 

Schiflfman. S 10.00 

Stadium, A 5.00 

Sternberger. E. . . .50.00 

Sternberger. M. . . 10.00 



Freudenheim. 
Morris . 



Henderson 

10.00 Lei.ser, Mrs. S. F. 



25.00 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member, 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



n 



Kinston 


Bellaire 




Atller Bros 


10.00 


Bauer, Mrs. Carrie 




Gross & Potii'son. 


5.00 


L 


5.00 


Oettinger, Sol 


.^).00 


Blum Bros. Co.. . 


5.00 


Stadium, H 


5.00 


Blum, Henry 


10.00 






Blum, Isaac 


10.00 


New Bern 




lOlikan, Mrs. 




Cohn, Leon 


5.00 
10.00 


Morris 


5.00 


Coplon, S., & Sons 


Tyadies' Aux. Socy. 


5.00 


Eastern Carolina 




Ladies' B'nai 




Hide & Fur Co. 


5.00 


B'rith Auxiliary 


5.00 


Lipman. .Tos 


5.00 


Luchs, Albert 


5.00 


Lipman & Son, 




Sons of Israel 




Sam 


5.00 


Congregation . . 


5.00 


Lipman ifc Levin- 
son 


5.00 C^anton 

Baer, L. A. & E. 








Raleigh 




I 


10.00 


Berwanger, S. . . 


5.00 


Better, Philip 


5.00 






Cohen, Dorothy . 


10.00 


Salisbury 




Einstein, D. H. . . 


5.00 


Feldman, H. B.. . 


5.00 


Erlanger Dry 




Oestreicher, Dave 


7.50 


Goods Co 


10.00 


M'allaee, V., & 




Feldman, J 


5.00 


Son 


20.00 


Fischgrund, 








Simon 


5.00 


Statesville 


Fisher Bros 


5.00 


Harrison, Joe L.. 


5.00 


Fisher, Jos. E. .. 


5.00 


Hoffman, J. H.... 


5.00 


Glaser Bros 


5.00 


Sheor, Sam 


5.00 


Hirschheimer 




Temple Sister- 




Bros. Co 


10.00 


hood 


5.00 
5.00 
5.00 


Ideal Furniture 
Co 




Wallace, H 


5.00 


Wallace, Sig 


Joseph's Dept. 




Wallace, Wm. . . . 


5.00 


Store 


5.00 




Kaven, Louis 


5.00 


Wilmington 




Klafter, Philip . . 


5.00 


Bear, Irving and 




Klein, Jas 


5.00 


Fred 


20.00 


Lavin, Harry, & 
Sons 




Baer, Sam'l, Sr., 


10.00 


10.00 


& Sons 


Lefovits, I 


5.00 


Bluethenthal, 




Livingston, D. B. 


10.00 


Herbert 


5.00 


Livingston, S. M. 


15.00 


BUiethentlial, 




Lowenstein, S. . . 


5.00 


Mrs. Herbert . . 


5.00 


Luntz Iron and 




Bluetbenthal, L.. 


5.00 


Steel Co. 


10.00 


Dannenbaum, G.. 


5.00 


Luntz, Sam'l 


5.00 


David, E. E 


5.00 


Mann, Harry S.. . 


5.00 


Einstein Bros. . . . 


5.00 


Mann, Henry . . . 


10.00 


Goodman. S 


5.00 


Mann, Lawrence . 


5.00 


Jacobi, M. W. . . . 


15.00 


Margolies, Mayer 




Solky, J. M 


10.00 
5.00 


E 


5.00 


Solomon, S. & B. 


Meyers, C. W. .. 


5.00 


AVinston-Salem 




Nusbaum, Harry. 
Oscar, A. L 


5.00 
5.00 


Silbert, H 


5.00 


Rudner, Max 


5.00 






Seitner, D 


5.00 


NORTH DAKOTA 


Stern, Karl 


5.00 






Stern, Mrs. Max . 


10.00 


Fargo 




Temple Sister- 




Naftalin, D 


5.00 
5.00 


hood 


25.00 


Stern, Sam 


Teplansky, W. .. 


5.00 






Toronski, Sol. . . 


.. 7.50 


Harvey 




Weintraub, Chas. 




Sgutt, Julius 


25.00 


S 


10.00 


Jamestown 


Wolff, Ludwig . . 


5.00 


Beck, Morris 


5.00 


Cincinnati 








Abraham, Chas. .. 


5.00 


OHIO 




Abraham, Mrs. 








Vic. .i 


15.00 


Akron 




Abrahams, I. D.. . 


5.00 


• Bernstein, M. A.. 


10.00 


Ach, Samuel 


5.00 


Hirsch, Mrs. Geo. 


10.00 


Adler, Eugene . . 


5.00 


Jewish Social 




Apter, Saul 


5.00 


Service Federa- 




Beckman, N. 




tion 


200.00 


Henry 


5.00 


Leopold, H. E 


10.00 


Berman, Adolph . 


5.00 


♦Life Member. 




♦♦Deceased Life Member. 





Berman, Oscar . . 10.00 
Bernard, J. L... 10.00 
Bettman, Irwin 

M 5.00 

Bing, Ben M. ... 5.00 
Bing, Mrs. I. M. 10.00 
Bing, Mrs. Sam'l. 10.00 

Block, Ben 5.00 

Bloch, Herbert R. lO.OO 

Bloch, Jacob 5.00 

Block, Jos. E 5.00 

♦Block, Samuel. 

Bloom Bros 5.00 

Bowman, A. L. . . 5.00 

Brown, B. 5.00 

Brown, Gerson .T. 10.00 
Cincinnati Lodge 
4, I. O. B. B.. 25.00 

Cohen, A. E 10.00 

Cohen, Alfred M. 10.00 

Cohen, M. M 5.00 

District G. L. 2, 

I. O. B. B 100.00 

Dreifus, Mrs. 

Rosa 5.00 

Blchberg. Harry . 5.00 

Bnglander, 1 5.00 

♦Fechheimer, S. 
Marcus. 
Fechheimer, S. 

T 10.00 

Feldman, Leo. M. 5.00 

Fox, Henry 5.00 

Fox, Mrs. Solo- 
mon 10.00 

Frank, Pauline . . 10.00 
Frankel, Irving I. 5.00 
Freiberg, Abr. . . 10.00 
Freiberg, Dr. 

Albert H 10.00 

Freiberg, Bern- 
hard 5.00 

Freiberg, Harry 

A 10.00 

Freiberg, J. 

Arthur lO.OO 

Freiberg. Julius 

W. 10.00 

Freiberg, Maurice 

J. ..! 25.00 

Freiberg, Sidney 

J 5.00 

Freiberg. Sig. . . . 10.00 
Friedlander. Mrs. 

A. J 10.00 

Friedlander. 

Edgar 10.00 

Fries, Mrs. Gus 

R. 5.00 

Goldsmith, Edgar 

J 10.00 

Goldsmith, Hugo 10.00 
Goldsmith, Mrs. 

Hugo 10.00 

Goldsmith. Oscar. 10.00 
Gottlieb, Mrs. 

Irene L 5.00 

Guggenheim, Eli. 5.00 
Guggenheim, 

Jack A 5.00 

Guggenheim, Max 

M 5.00 

Guthman, F. B. . . 5.00 
Hahn, Mrs. 

Fannie L 5.00 

♦♦Heinsheimer, 
Bdw. L. 
Heldman, Jacob . 10.00 



74 



TllF. XATIUXAI. l-ARM SCHOOL 



Ileldman, Morton 

J r..(M) 

Ileldman. N. J. . . 5.00 

Henry. Geo r).00 

Ilessberg, Mrs. 

Dan n.OO 

Ililb & Bauer 10.00 

Huttenbauer, 

Emil 10.00 

Huttenbauer, I. . "i.OO 

Huttenbauer. Sam 5.00 

Iglauer. Clias. S. 5.00 
Isaac, Morris, A: 

Son 5.00 

Isaacs, 1 5.00 

Israel, Chas 5.00 

.Tonap, Alfred M.. 5.00 

.Fonap. llenrv . . . 5.00 
♦Joseph, Mr. & 

Mrs. Arthur. 

Joseph. J 5.00 

.Tosepli, Leopold . 5.00 
•Joseph, Maurice. 
Joseph. Mrs. Min- 
nie B 15.00 

Josei)h. Svlvan . . 5.00 

Kahn. Albert M.. 5.00 
Kahn, E., Sons, 

Co 10.00 

Kahn. Nathan . . 10.00 

Kahn. Mrs. Sam. 25.00 
Kaufmann. Benj. 

1 5.00 

Klein, Ben F. .. 5.00 

Klein. E 5.00 

Klein, Jos. D. .. 10.00 
**Klein. Samuel. 

Krohn, Irwin M. 5.00 

Lazarus, Josepli.. 5.00 

Lazarus, Louis... 5.00 

Lehman. Samuel . 5.00 

Levine, M 5.00 

♦Levy. Harry M... 

Lewin, H 5.00 

Lichtenstein Bros. 5.00 

Liebman, Al. J... 5.00 

Liebman, D. L. . . 10.00 

Livingston, H. S. 5.00 

Loeb, Jos 5.00 

Longini, Sol 5.00 

•Lowman, Leo .1. 

Mack, Edgar J... 5.00 

Mack, Jacob AV. . . 5.00 

Mack, Millard W. 5.00 

Mack, Ralph W... 5.00 

Mark.*, Harrv . . . 5.00 

Marks, Leslie V.. 10.00 

Marks, Mrs. M. H. 10.00 

Marks, Sol. H... . 5.00 

Marx. Louis 10.00 

May Bros 5.00 

Mayer, Emil M. .. 5.00 

Mayer, Mrs. L.. . 5.00 

Mayer, Samuel . . 5.00 
Mayer, Simon, & 

Bros 10.00 

•Meis, Henry. 

Meis, Mrs. Nathan 200.00 

Meiss, Harry .... 5.00 

Meiss, Leon 5.00 

Mendel, N. H. .. 10.00 

Merer, S. R 10.00 

Miller, E. L 5.00 

Miller, Mrs. E. L. 5.00 

Miller, I. L 5.00 

Mitchell, Lester.. 5.00 
Muehlfelder, Mrs. 

H. L 5.00 



Myers, Abe 5.00 

Oettlnger, Herb. 

(' 10.00 

Oettinger, Mrs. 

Myer 2.5.00 

Orton, J. Robert . 10.00 
Phillips, Godfrey 

J 10.00 

Plant, Aaron 5.00 

Pollak, Emil 10.00 

PoUak, Mrs. Mau- 
rice E 10.00 

Pritz, Sidney E... 5.00 
Reins, Isidore . . . 5.00 
*Reiter, A. 
Rheinstrom, Jas. 

A 5.00 

Rlieinstrom, 

Sigmund 5.00 

Rosenberg, Max.. 10.00 
Rosenstiel, L. S.. . 5.00 
Rosenthal, Chas. 

H 5.00 

Rosenthal, Mrs. 

David 5.00 

Rosenthal, Sam'l. 20.00 
Rosenthal. 

Walter N 5.00 

Rosenthal, Wm. 

H 5.00 

Rothschild. Lester 5.00 
Rouda, Louis M.. 10.00 
•♦Sachs, Mrs. Rosa 

F. 
Salzer, Mrs. Char- 
lotte 5.00 

Salzer & Baum- 

ring 5.00 

Schild, Jos 5.00 

Schild, Julius 5.00 

Schwartz, G 5.00 

Seasongood, 

Murray 10.00 

Seasongood, 

Philip L 10.00 

Segal, Daniel 10.00 

Segal, Daniel. Jr. 10.00 
♦Seinsheimer, Mrs. 

Henry A. 
Seinsheimer, 

Louis A 5.00 

Seinsheimer, Mrs. 

Sam'l 5.00 

Seinsheimer, 

Walter 5.00 

Senior, Edward . 25.00 
Senior, Robt. M... 5.00 

Shohl. Chas 25.00 

Silberschmidt, 

Mrs. B. L 5.00 

Simon, S 5.00 

Sinton. Miss 

Bessie 10.00 

Smith. Mrs. J. J. 10.00 
.Snmmerfield. 

Ida & Tillie.... 5.00 
Springer, Dr. 

Alfred 5.00 

Springer, Dr. A., 

Jr 5.00 

Spritz. Chas. S... .5.00 
Stark, Dr. Sigmar 10.00 

Stein, Hugo 10.00 

Stein, Sam 5.00 

Stern. Max 10.00 

Stern. Wm. flu 

Memoriam) 10.00 

Stix, Mrs. Fanny 5.00 



Straus, Alfred I.. 5.00 

Straus, David . . . 10.00 

Straus, Isaac S... 10.00 

Straus, Robert . . 5.00 

Straus, Samuel . . 20.00 
Straus, Stanley 

M 5.00 

Strauss, Morris . 5.00 
Strieker & Beit- 
man 5.00 

♦♦Sturm, Simon. 
Trager, I. Newton 10.00 
Trager, J. Gar- 
field 15.00 

Trost. Carrie L. . . 10.00 
Trounstine, Vic- 
tor 5.00 

Waldner, Adolpli. 5.00 

Weil. Max H. . . . 5.00 
Westheimer, 

David F 5.00 

Westheimer, Leo 

F 5.00 

Westheimer, 

Morris F 10.00 

Winkler, Mrs. I.. 5.00 

Wolf, Mrs. Jacob 5.00 

Wolf, Sam 5.00 

Wolf, Sam B 10.00 

Wolfstein, Jesse 

N 5.00 

Wvler, Mrs. Isaac 

A 10.00 

Cleveland 

Abram Iron & 

Steel Co 5.00 

Anisfield. John . . 5.00 

Arnold. Max 10.00 

Arnstein, L 10.00 

Atlas Paper Box 

Co 10.00 

Bamberger, Gus . 10.00 
Bamberger- 

Reinthal Co. . . 10.00 
Bamberger, Sig- 
mund 5.00 

Baum. E 5.00 

Baumgarth, H. B. 5.00 

Baumoel. Morris. 5.00 

Beitman. A. B. . . 10.00 

Benesch. Alfred A. 5.00 

Berne. Marx 20.00 

Bernsteen, M. L.. 5.00 

Bernstein, A. C... 25.00 
Bernstein. 

Adolpb E 10.00 

Bernstein, H. ... .5.00 

Bernstein. M. ... 5.00 
Bialoskv Bros & 

Co 25.00 

Bialosky, Harrv . 10.00 

Bing, Louis S. . . 5.00 
Braham, Mrs. L. 

A 5.00 

Brock. J 5.00 

Brudno, Ezra . . . 5.00 
Bruml, Maurice 

W 5.00 

Biiohinan. A. M... 5.00 
Cohen, M., & Son 

Co 5.00 

Cohn, Albert A... 10.00 

Cohn, Sol H 10.00 

Cornsweet, Nate 

R 5.00 

Crystal Bros 10.00 



♦Life Member. 
'♦Deceased Life Member. 



THE XATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Cuyahogo, Pro- 
duce Co ">.00 

Dauby. N. 1 20.00 

Daughters of 
Israel Lodge 

No. 1 10.00 

Dettlebacb. S. K.. 5.00 

Deutsch. A. S. .. 10.00 
Deutch, Julius 

W 10.00 

Deutsch. Ray- 
mond 10.00 

Devay, M. J 10.00 

invorkeii. M 5.00 

Khrlich. A. L. . . 5.00 

Kinstein. Herman 5.00 

Eisenmann. Chas. 10.00 

Emsbeimer, H. H. 5.00 

Englander. A. L.. 10.00 

Feierstein. H 5.00 

Feigenbaum, 

Harry 5.00 

Feinsilber. Benj.. 5.00 

Feiss, Geo. J. . . . 10.00 

Feiss, Julius 10.00 

Feiss. Mr. and 

Mrs. Richard A. 10.00 
Feniger i^ 

Kastriner 5.00 

Fischer. A 25.00 

Fishel, Max S 5.00 

Flateau, Louis... 3.00 

Forchheimer. B.. 10.00 
Forchheimer. 

Carl 5.00 

Frankel Bros. . . . 10.00 

Frankel. Joseph . 5.00 

Freedman. H. B. . 5.00 

Freiberger, I. F.. 25.00 

Friedman. A 10.00 

Friedman-Blau- 

Farber Co 10.00 

Friedman Bros. & 

Co 10.00 

Friedman. Max . . 5.00 

Friedman. Morris 5.00 

Fryer. Ben 5.00 

Frver. Julius 10.00 

Garber. Aaron . . 10.00 

Garson. I. J. ■.• 5.00 
Gellner-Messing 

Qo 5.00 

Glauber. M. H.... 10.00 

Glick, Harry F... o.OO 
Glick, Mrs. 

Jacob o-OO 

Glick. L 10.00 

Gluck. L 5.00 

Goldheimer, M o.OO 

Goldsmith. 

Clarence 1 10.00 

Goldsmith, Her- 
man S. 10.00 

Goldstein, A. L... 10.00 

Goldstein, E. A... 5.00 
Goldstein, M. B..- 5.00 

Goldstein, M. I. . 10.00 

Goldstein. M. L. . 5.00 

Goodman. Louis . 5.00 

Goodman. Max P. 5.00 

Gordon, M 5.00 

Gottdiener. H.... 10.00 
Gottfried & 

Silber 5.00 

Green. I. H 5.00 

Greenbaum. M 5.00 

Greenbaum, Wm. 10.00 
Green-Haas- 
Schwartz Co. .. 25.00 



Greenhut, Max .. 10.00 

Grles, Mrs. M. J. 5.00 

Gross, Anton F... 10.00 

Gross, J. S 5.00 

Gross, Louis N.. 10.00 

Gross, Saml .... 10.00 

Gross, S. M 10.00 

Grossman, Jos- 
eph 3.00 

Grossman, Louis 

J 5.00 

Haas, W. M 5.00 

Haber, Beu 20.00 

Haber, D. C 5.00 

Haber, Jonas 10.00 

Haber, Moe 5.00 

Haberman, E. . . . 10.00 

Hahn, Dr. Aaron. 25.00 

Halle, A. J 10.00 

•Halle, Eugene S. 
*Halle, Mrs. 
Manuel. 

Llalle, M. N 10.00 

Halle, Salmon P.. 10.00 

Harburger, Ralph 10.00 

Hart, David 10.00 

Hartman, Saml... 10.00 
Hays, Clarence 

J. 10.00 

Hays, Eugene K. 10.00 
Havs, Mrs. Louis 

li 5.00 

Heiman, J. H. . . . 10.00 

Heiner, H. E 5.00 

Heiser, E. W. ... 5.00 

Helper, D. S 10.00 

Hexter, Kaufman 

W 10.00 

Hexter, S. M. ... 10.00 

Holtz, Aaron 10.00 

Icove, A. E 5.00 

Iglauer, Jay 5.00 

JofCe, Jo.seph 5.00 

^r'"'.'.''"!"''!".. 10.00 

Joseph, Isaac . . . 10.00 
Joseph, Sieg- 

mund 10-00 

Kammer & 

Friedman 10.00 

Karp, Ben 5.00 

Kaufman, H 5.00 

Keller Knitting 

Co 15.00 

Kest", S:'S 10.00 

Kichler, L 5.00 

Klefeld, Julius .. 5.00 

Klein, H. F 10.00 

Klein, Mrs. R. . • 5.00 

Klein & Klein . . 5.00 
Klopfer, Sylves- 
ter C, in mem- 

orv of S^-OO 

Koblitz. Harry . . 10.00 

Kohn, Mrs. Carrie 10.00 

Kohn, Herrman . 5.00 

Kohn, J. B 5.00 

Kohn, J. W 10.00 

Kohn, Milton S... 10.00 

Kohn, S., & Sons 23.00 

Korach, Chas. M. ^00 

Korach, Joseph . 5.00 
Korach, Sig- 

mund l;j.O<J 

Kramer, A. D.... 5.00 

Krohngold, M. .. 5.00 

Kyman, B 5.00 

Kyman Bros 5.00 

Lavetter, Ben ... o.OO 

Lazarus, M. E. . 10.00 



Ledcrer, Sig- 

muud S lO.fM) 

Leibcl, Jonas o.Oi) 

Levi, Max 5-00 

Levy, Edward, 

C6 10.00 

Levy, J. U 10.00 

Lichtenstader, 

S. J 10.00 

Liebenthal Bros.. 10.00 
Liebenthal, 

Howard o.OO 

Loeser, Nathan . . 5.00 

Lowenstein, Ben. 5.00 

Lurie, Mrs. M 5.00 

Mahler, B 10.00 

Mandelbaum, E.. . 2.O.00 

Marks, Harry . . . -5.00 

Marks, Mrs. M. A. 5.00 

Mayer, J. E 5.00 

Mechalovitz, S., & 

Co 5.00 

Mielziner, Ben 10.00 

Miller, CM 5.00 

Miller, C. S 5.00 

Millet, S. H 10.00 

Moss, Edward A. 10.00 

Moss, Herman . . . 5.00 

Moss. V. M 5.00 

Mvers, Max 20.00 

New, Benj 5.00 

Newbury, E. N... o.OO 

Newman, A. I. . . lO.OO 

Oppenheim, L. G. lo.OO 

Ozerskv, Max M.. 5.00 

Peskind, Dr. A... 10.00 

Peskind, Dr. S... 10.00 

Peskind, S 2.5.00 

Pollock, Adolph . 5.00 

Pollock, Julius . o.OO 
Polster, Mr. and 

Mrs. E. 1 10.00 

Reder, Jake 10.00 

Reed, Milton .... .5.00 

Regar, Joseph .. 10.0<t 

Regar, N 10.00 

Regar, Samuel .. 2o.00 

Resnick, H o-OO 

Rice. Mrs. 

Berdie H 5.00 

Rice, Myron W... 5.00 

Rich, Ben 5.00 

Rich-Sampliner 

Co 10.00 

Richman Bros. ... 25.00 

Rickersberg, B... lo.OO 

Robbins, Harry.. 10.00 
Rohrheimer, 

Maurice 10.00 

Rosenfeld, Ralph _ 

jj o.OO 

Rosenberg, _ 

Casper o.OO 

Rosenthal, Mrs. 

Samuel o.OO 

Rothentaerg, 

William 5.00 

Rotter. Mrs. A. . . 10.00 

Runner, Sam lO.OU 

Sampliner, H. S.. 10.00 

Sandrowitz Bros. o.OO 

Sanger. A. I o.W) 

Sanger, L. A. ... o.OO 

Schaffner, Leon . o.OO 
Schaffner, 

Morris G o.OO 

Schaffner. Nate . 5.00 
Schloss, Sidney P. 5.00 
Schreiber & 

Wallach o.OO 



♦Life Member. 



It 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Sclnvartz, W. H.. 5.00 
*SchW!irzenberg, 

]■:. A. 
Selnian & 

liciijainin 5.00 

.Scliiiau. li 5.00 

Sliaiiinaii, M. D... 10.00 

.^liaw. A 10.00 

Slik'^;inj?cr, H. ... 5.00 

Shiesingrer, Sig... 5.00 
Silberman, S., & 

Co .30.00 

Silver, Benj 10.00 

♦Silver, Mrs. M. T. 

Silverman, L. E.. 10.00 

Simon, H 15.00 

Simon, Herman . 5.00 

Simon & Jacoby. 5.00 

Skall, Aaron 5.00 

Skirboll, H. R.... 5.00 
Skirboll, Rabbi 

.7. H 5.00 

Skirboll, Wm. N.. 5.00 
Snvder, Arnold 

Co 10.00 

Solomon, Jesse F. 10.00 

Speer, M 5.00 

Sperling, E 10.00 

Splra, Henry . . . 5.00 

Spira, Sig 5.00 

Stern, A. L 10.00 

Stern, Herman . . 10.00 

Steuer, Harry . . . 5.00 
Stone, Benjamin 

H 5.00 

Stone, D. B 10.00 

Stone, I. N 5.00 

Stone, M. C, & I. 

N 25.00 

Stone, Walter E.. 25.00 

Stone, Wm. E, .. 5.00 

Stotter, I. J 10.00 

Straus, Aaron . . 5.00 
♦Sunshine, C. K. 

Sunshine, S. A.... 10.00 

Tuteur, A 5 .00 

Ullman. Monroe A. 5.00 

Ulmer & Berne .. 10.00 

Ulmer, Frank 5.00 

Ulmer, S.. & Sons 20.00 

Weil, E. S 5.00 

Weisenberg, 

Nathan 10.00 

Weiskopf, J 5.00 

AVeiss & Thur- 

man 5.00 

Weitz, J. D 5.00 

*Wise, Samuel D.. 2.5.00 

Wise, V. L 10.00 

AVolf, E. E 5.00 

AVolf, L. J 10.00 

Wolsey, Rabbi 

Louis 5.00 

Zinner, D. J 15.00 

Zweig Bros 5.00 

Columbus 

Basch, Joel 5.00 

Basch, Joseph . . 5.00 
*l-;'nai Israel 

.Sisterhood. 

Bornheim, Lee . . 10.00 

Cahen, Chas 5.00 

Cahen. Clarence . 5.00 

Ginsburg Bros. . . 5.00 

Glick, Frank 10.00 

Goldschmidt. Isaac 10.00 
Goodman, Mrs. 

Clara 5.00 

Goodman, E. J. . 5.00 



Goodman, Leon J. 
Greenberg, Mrs. 

Rebecca 

fJundersheimer, 

Allen 

Kobacker, Alfred 

J 

Kobacker, J. M.. 

Kohn, Harry 

♦*Lazaru.s, Fred. 
♦Lazarus, Mrs. 

Fred. 
♦Lazarus, Ralph 
Lazarus, Simon . 
Levinson, Dave. 
Levy, Robert K. 

Levy, S. M 

Loeb, Arthur E. 
♦Miller, Leopold. 
Mitchell, Mrs. 

Morris 

Newman, E. M... 
Ornstein, Sig. . . . 
Rieser, Max H... 
Rosenthal, Eugene 

Ruben, Saul 

Schlezinger, I. II. 
Schonthal, Jos.. . . 
Schottenstein, .1.. 
Shatz, Mrs. I. J.. 
Silberstein, B. F. 

Smith, Abe 

Stein, Ben 

Summer, Samuel 

N 

Topper, Isador . . 
Topper & Rosen- 
thal 

Zeiger, H 

♦Zlon Lodge No. 62, 

I. O. B. B. 

Dayton 

Ach, F. J 

Eshcol Lodge .55, 
I. O. B. B 

Jewish Federation 
for Social Serv- 
ice 

Lehman, G., & 
Sons 

Le.ssner, Adam . . 

Margolis. J. H... 
East Ijiverpool 

Erlanger, Wm., 
Jr 

Gallon 

Gottdiener, I. N.. 
Hamilton 
Ballinger & 

Jacobs 

Kahn, Bertrand 

B 

Kahn, David F. . . 

Kahn, Felix 

Kahn, Lazard . . . 

Kahn, L. L 

Mosler, Moses . . . 
Strauss, Ben .... 
Strauss. Max .... 
ATolf, Jos 



Lima 

Michael, N. L. 



Marion 

Council of Jewish 
Women 



5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



20.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 

5.00 
5.00 



10.00 
15.00 

200.00 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 

5.00 
5.00 

30.00 
10.00 

5.00 
10.00 

5.00 
25.00 
10.00 
10.00 

5.00 

5.00 
5.00 



Family Literarv 

Club 5.00 

Massillon 

Bloomberg. H. A.. 5.00 

Piqua 

Anshe Emeth 

Congregation . . 5.00 

Kahn, A 6.56 

Louis, Raphael . . 5.00 

Louis, Rose 5.00 

Piqua Paper Box 

Co 10.00 

Wolf, Mrs. Sette. 5.00 

Plymouth 

Spear, Sol 5.00 

Portsmouth 

Horchow. Mr. vfc 

Mrs. Samuel . . . 10.00 

.Jacobs, Phil 5.00 

Portsmouth 

Lodge No. 840. 

I. O. B. B 5.00 

Sandusky 

Kaplan, Samuel . 5.00 

Springfield 

Altshul, SamueL. 5.00 

Boston Store 5.00 

Council of Jewish 

Women 5.00 

Ebner Sons Co... 5.00 

Hart, P. E .5.00 

Jaffe, S. J 5.00 

Kleeman, Max L. 10.00 
Kleeman. Walter 

B 5.00 

LeBolt, Gus 5.00 

Levine, M. H. ... 5.00 

Levy, Harry L. . 5.00 

Levy, Louis M... 5.00 

Meckler, Harrv . 5.00 

Meckler, John . . . 5.00 

Nathans. Robert. 5.00 
Rosenfleld, Percy 

H 5.00 

Salzer, Gus M., & 

Bro 10.00 

Schadel, Samuel . 5.00 

Steubenville 

Sulzbacher, Isidor 10.00 
Toledo 

Landman, Dr. 

Otto 10.00 

Mittenthal. Mrs. 

Jennie D 20.00 

Shomer Emoonim 

Sabbath School. 10.00 

Wooster 

Amster, Nick 10.00 

Youngrstown 

Bloom, Chas. B.. 5.00 

Bunshaft. Jacob. .5.00 

Burger, L. B 5.00 

Cosel, Wm .5.00 

Ephraim, Charles 10.00 

Farkas, Dr. D. D. 5.00 

Frankle, A. M... . 10.00 

Frankle, M 10.00 

Friedman Henry. 5.00 

Friedman. J 5.00 

Gerstle, Rov A... 10.00 

Goldberg Bros. . . 5.00 



♦Life Member. 
"♦Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



11 



Cioldsmith, Henry 
Goldsmith, Isaac 

G 

Goldstein, Max . . 

Gross, Myer 

Grosshandler, N.. 
Grossman, H. F.. 
Grossman. Family 

of Dr. J. B. . . . 
Guthman, Mrs. 

Lee 

Plain. Max 

Hartzell, Isaac . . 
Hartzell, Nate M. 
Hartzell. Dr. Sol. 

M 

Hirshberg-. B. ... 
Isenbers, B. R. . . 
Jonas, Jav Emil & 

Edwin Pv., Jr. . 
Kahn, Gustave . . 
Kamenetsky, A. . 
Katz. Herman . . . 
Kaufmann, Otto.. 

Kivowitz, M 

Klafter & Sauber. 
Klivans, Allen . . . 

Klivans, I 

Klivans. J 

Knight cfe Gluck . 
Levinson, Harry . 
Livingston. 

Charles, it Son 

Lustig, Jos 

Mahoning Lodge 

No. 339, I. O. B. 

B 

Mover, Morris . . . 
Nadler, Chas. E.. 
Newman, Jacob . . 
Oppenheimer, 

Jacob 

Ozerskv Bros. . . . 

Pollock, M , 

Printz Co 

Randell, J. A. ... 
Regenstreich. L.. 
Rosenbaum, Lee . 
Rosenbaum, 

Louis 

Rosenbaum, M. J. 

Shagrin, Max 

Sniderman Bros. . 

Spiegle, W 

Strouss, Clarence 

J 

Strouss, Isaac . . . 
**Theobald, Mrs. C. 

Weil, I. S 

Weil, Mrs. I. S. . 

Wilkoff, I 

Yarmy, S. J. ... 



ilanesville 

Bon Ton 

Frank & Sous Co., 

L 

Jewish Women's 

Aid So 

Lind, Sam B 

Loeb, A 

Pollock, S 

Resler, Mrs. M. S. 
Starr Co., A. E.. 
Weber Sons & Co., 

H 

Wollner, L 



10.00 



OKLAHOM.V 



2.5.00 Ardmore 

n.OO Wostheimer & 

5.00 Daube i.'.OO 

5.00 

5.00 Bartlesville 

Mav Brothers ... 5.00 
5.00 

Coalgate 
5.00 Vogel, I. ana Sam 5.00 
5.00 

5.00 Enid 
5.00 Woolf, H. B 5.00 

5.00 Oklahoma City 

25^00 Engelsman, A. D. 5.00 

10.00 Herskowitz, Est. 

of Max 5.00 

5.00 Hirschland, Ben. 15.00 

10.00 Jewish Ladies' 

5.00 Aid Society ... 15.00 

5.00 Levy, I. B 5.00 

25.00 Mver, Joseph ... 5.00 

5.00 Wolff, D., in mem- 

5.00 orv of 5.00 

12.50 „ ^ , 

5 00 Pawliuska 

5!00 Brenner, H. H. .. 10.00 

5.00 ^ 
10.00 I^erry 

Lobsitz, James .. 10.00 
15.00 Sapiilpa 

O-OO Katz, A. J 5.00 

Tulsa 

10.00 Council of Jewish 

500 Women 10.00 

5-00 Jankowsky, 

5.00 Simon 10.00 

Madansky Cloth - 

5.00 ing Co 10.00 

10.00 

moo OKEGOK 

%yWr, Independence 

5^00 Hirschberg, H. . . 15,00 
_ „„ Portland 

k'oo Boskowitz, A. ... 10.00, 
500 Dautoff, Victor... 5.00 
5'()Q Ehrman, Edward. 25.00 
k'oo Feldenheimer 

Albert 5.00 

05 00 Feldenheimer, 

% 00 Charles 5.00 

Lauterstein, J. . . 5.00 
5 00 Loeb, Mrs. Eliza . 10.00 
r((\c\ Ottenheimer, 

1000 Henry J 10.00 

K'no Portland Lodge 
^■^^ No. 65, I. O. B. 

B 25.00 

Seller, F. M 10.00 

♦Selling, Ben ....1,000.00 
_„rt Shemanski, J. .. 10.00 

^•°" Swett, Z 5.00 

10 00 Weinstein, Alex.. 5.00 

5 00 PENNSYLVANIA 

5.00 

5 00 Allentow^n 

5.00 Arner, Calvin E., 25.00 

5.00 Brone, S. S 5.00 

5.00 Butz, Reuben J. . . 10.00 

Cohen, Abraham. 5.00 
10.00 Greenberg, Miller 

5.00 Co 10.00 



♦Groman, Judge 

Clinton A. 

Goldhaniuu>r, J... 5.00 

Ilaltzel, Henry S.. 5.00 

Harris, W. II.... 5.00 

Heinz, Prank 10.00 

Herrman, S. M... 7.50 

Hess, Charles 5.00 

♦♦Hess, Max. 

Hoffman, Solomon 10.00 
Keneseth Israel 

Religious School 10.00 

Kins, David .... 10.00 

♦Kline, Chas 11.00 

Kline, Mrs. Chas. 10.00 

Max, Jacob 5.00 

Merkle, Jos 5.00 

Metzger, Oweu . . . 10.00 

Philips, Isaac .... 5.00 

Rapoport, Max . . 5.00 

Rockmaker, H. . . 5.00 

Roth, Sam 5.00 

Samuels, Mrs. A.. 10.00 

Schaadt, James L. 25.00 

Senderowitz, Max 10.00 
Senderowitz, 

Morris H 25.00 

Traylor, S. W. . . . 10.00 
Trexler, Frank 

M 10.00 

Trexler, Gen. H. 

C 25.00 

Young, Col. E. M. 10.00 

Altoona 

Arnstein, M 5.00 

♦Cohn, B. 

Klinordlinger, I.. 5.00 

Scheeliue, Isaiah. 5.00 



Bangor 

Berkowitz, Mrs. 

M 

Cohen, Harry . . . 

Cohen, Kay 

Poliner, Max . . . 
Schwartz, I. . . . 
Shulman, J. . . . 
Sobelson, Ralph 
Weiss, Henry . . . 

Beaver Falls 

Brown, Maurice 
I 

Solomon, Max . 

Berwick 

Green, Adolph . . 
Schain, Joseph 

M 

Shaffer, M 



Bethlehem 

Black, Morris 
Newman, H. , 
Reis, Louis . . 
Stone, Frank 



Bloomsburg: 

Cohen, H. L 

Cohen, Louis 

Lowenberg, D. . . 

Braddock 

Braddock Lodge 
No. 516, I. O. B. 
B 

Sulzbacher, Louis 



5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



5.00 
50.00 



5.00 



10.00 
5.00 



5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



5.00 

10.00 

5.00 



10.00 
5.00 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Brutlfurtl 

(Joiincll (if Jewish 

Women 

Greenwalil, Mrs. 

D. C 

Krolnson. L. .7... 
Weiss, Jolui .... 
Brjn Muwr 
I-iiliin. Mrs. 

I'livid 

HiKler 
Bermnn, M. A. . . 
llorwitz, Win. .. 
Cnrlisle 

Herg, Clias 

Berg, lleriuan, 

Jr 

Berg, Miss Selnia 
Kroneiiberg, W. 

& E 

Charleroi 

Greenberg, Nathan 
Chester 
Adelman, S. H. . . 
Berman, Frank . 

Levy, Moses 

Margolin, Ed 

Mariner, Wm. B.. . 
Miller, Charles... 
Spare, Dr. M. H. 
Tollin, Philip . . 
Turk, Simon .... 
AVolson, A. W. . . . 
AVolson, Henry . . 

Coatesville 

Aronsolm. Benj. . 
B ra 11 u stein, Mrs. 

Anna S 10.00 

Goldberg, I .").00 

Huston, Chas. L.. 10.00 
Schaul, Philip . . . 5.00 
Spiro, Sam. J.. 

Columbia 

Eichhorn, Jos.. 

Fuld, I. A 

Morris, Mrs. 

Clara 10.00 

Danville 

Benzbach, Philip. 5.00 

Block, Sam 5.00 

Heim, Jos 5.00 

Horn, B. P 5.00 

Lowenstein, Mar- 
vin 5.00 

Lowenstein, S., & 

Co 10.00 

Marks, R. L 5.00 

Rosenthal, Eli 5.00 

Doylestown 

Anonymous 260.00 

Baker, Jos 5.00 

Hart, Frank 100.00 



Epstein, Wm 

Feinberg & Sil- 

verstein 

Friedman, 

William A 

Goldman, Harry . 
(ioldman. Israel. . 
(Jrollman Brothers 
(Jross, George .. 
Hochmann. I. B.. . 
Kahn, Emanuel . . 
•Kline, Julius, 
Kurlansik, Frank 
Lichman, Henry 

F 

Lipscbitz & 

Peters 

Mayer, B. D 

Mayer, Horace . . 
*Mayer, Jacob. 

Mintz, G 

Nathan, Milton 

Morris 

Peters, A 

Pollock, Clarence 

Ralph Bros 

Ralph, Herman . . 
Ralph, Louis . . . 
Rosenbaum, Leo . 
Scheuer, Selig . . . 
Sherer, Moses . . . 
Sherer, S 

5.00 Eikins Park 

10.00 „, ,,, , ,r 

Blumentbal, Mrs. 

Aaron 

Blumentbal, Mrs. 

Jacob 



5.00 

10.00 
5.(K) 
5.00 



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10.00 
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& 



10.00 Ephrata 

Blumberg 

Amran 

Harris, Jos 

Moyer, Walter W 
Solodar, Hyman. . 



5.00 



5.00 
5.00 



Erie 

Baker, Isaac 

Cohen, Marcus . . 
Erie Iron and 

Steel Co 

Levin, L. J 

Ostrow, Samuel 

D 

Schaffner, 

Abraham 

Schlosser, David . 
Sobel, Isador . . . 

Straus, I. N 

Straus, M. J. ... 

Gap 

Chodos, Dr. B. P. 
Greensburg: 

Cohen. Morris . . . 
Daniels & Miller 
Friedlander, 
Harry 



Onquesne 

Gross, Samuel . . . 
I^aston 
Arkin, Herman 

M 

Bricker, W. R. . . . 
Brown & Kaplan. 

Bugen, A 

Edelsteln, A 



Grove. City 
10.00 Winsberg, J 

Harrisburgr 

Alexander. Jos. . , 
5.00 Claster, Henry 

5.00 C 

5.00 Claster, Jos 

5.00 Cohen, Max, Sons 
5.00 & Co 



5.00 Coinmoiiwealt)] of 

Pfnna 1.5,750.00 

5.00 Goldsmitli. Ju>- 

eph 5.00 

5.00 Hir.schler, .\Ihert. 5.00 
5.00 Jacobson, M. E... .5.00 

5.00 Kaufman. David . 10.00 

5.00 Kuhn, Sol 5.00 

5.00 Marks, Edgar . . . 5.00 
5.00 Michlovitz, 

5.00 Simon 5. 00 

Miller & Kad.-s .. 10.00 
5.00 Schleisner, Mrs. 

Wm. B 10.00 

5.00 Schondorf, Morris 5.00 

Silberman Bros... 5.00 

5.00 Strouse, Benl. ... .5.00 

5.00 Strouse, Wm 5.00 

5.00 Tausig's, Jacob. 

Sons 5.00 

5.00 Ulman, Mrs. 

Hiram H 10.00 

10.00 Williams & Freed- 

5.00 man 5.0O 

^ QQ Ilazelton 

5.00 Benjamin, Mrs. 

5.00 David 10.00 

5.00 Benjamin. Mr. 
5.00 and Mrs. Harrv 

5.00 M 5.00 

5.00 Friedlander, M. . . 5.00 
Honig. Mrs. Isaac 10.00 
Leichtman. Calvin 10.00 
Levee, Newton H. 5.00 
25.00 Markman. Henry. 5.00 
Roman. Louis . . . 10.00 
15.00 Rosenblatt, Mrs, 

M. 1 5.00 

Homestead 

5.00 Homestead Lodge 
5.00 No. 586, I. O. B. 

10.00 B 5.00 

5.00 

Jenkintown 
-in^n Bayuk, Mrs. 

l^'XX Meyer 10.00 

o-OO Loeb, Rudolf 100.00 

Silberman. M r s. 

25.00 Max 5.00 

o-OO Silberman, 

Nathan 5.00 

y.OO 

Johnstovvn 

fX'X^ Berney Bros 5.00 

-^L'"" Cohen, A 5.00 

Knn Council of Jewish 

i^on Women 5.00 

J.O.W Elsasser, Nelson 

A 25.00 

■innn Fisher, Julius... 5.00 

•"" Glosser Bros 5.00 

Glosser, N.athan . 5.00 

IQ Qy Hendler, B 5.00 

IQQQ Marx, Lsaac .5100 

Miller, Maurice .. 5.00 
10 00 Nathan, Mrs. 

Morris 25.00 

RabinoAvitz, I. . . 5.00 

5 00 Rodstein, J ,5.00 

Rothstein, Eda . . 5.00 

Rothsteiu, Myer . 5.00 

5 QQ Schwartz, Max... 25.00 

Silverstone, M. B. 5.00 

5.00 ^... 
10.00 Kittannmg: 

Einstein, Jacob 
5.00 R 5.00 



♦Life Member. 



Till-: XATIONAI. FARM SCHOOL 



79 



I^ancuNter 




Mahanoy C'ity 




Congrogatiou 




Lefkowith, Mrs. 




Shaarai 


.■5.00 


Gerda 


5.00 


Shomayiiu 


Trier Bros 


5.00 


Domnitz Bros. . . 


5.00 






l>unie, S 


5.00 


McKeesport 




Klins, Dr. 11. A.. 


5.00 


I'^riedman, Hcnr.y 


10.00 


Frank, Martin . . . 


5.00 


Kuben, Joseph II. 


10.00 


Gansman, A<lolph 


5.00 


Simons, Tobias . 


5.00 


Golden, Isaac 


5.00 


Victor, 11. A. & I. 


10.00 


Goodman, Miles 
F 


5.00 


Mt'chanicsburg 

Jacobson, A. S., 




Hershey, Andrew 




H. .. 


20.00 
10.00 


in memory of. . 
Jacobson, D. R.. . 


10.00 


Hirsh, S. B 


10.00 


Jacobs, .Toseph .. 
Lestz, Sam, & 


5.00 


Milton 




Bros 


5.00 
5.00 


Berman. Aaron . . 
Dreifuss, Samuel 


5.00 


Levy, Morris .... 


10.00 


Liirio, Benjamin. 


5.00 


Dreifuss, Wolf . . 


10.00 


Lurio, Meyer 


5.00 


Hecht, Eugene I. 


10.00 


Michaeles, M., & 




Minersville 




Son 


5.00 
10.00 


Cohen, B. & I 




Miller, David . . . 


5.00 


Miller, Isaac, 




Oberson, Harry . 


5.00 


Sons 


10.00 


Mt. Carmel 




Roseman. Morris. 


5.00 


5.O0 
5.00 
5.00 


Rosenstein, Albert 
Rosenstein, Mrs. 
S. H. C 


5.00 
5.00 


Grossman, Louis. 
Grossman. Wm. . 
Hess, S. J 


Rosenthal, Morris 


5.00 


Narberth 




Sliear, Dr. L. M.. 
Steinfeldt. I 


5.00 
5.00 


Krauskopf, Mrs. 
L 


5.00 


■\Veill, Henry . . . 


5.00 


Nazareth 




Langhorne 




Freeman, S. & H. 


5.00 


**Branson, I. L. 




Pearl, Louis 


5.00 


Latrobe 




New Castle 




Lowenstein, Fred 


10.00 


Klafter, Samuel.. 


10.00 






Klivans, Harry. .. 


5.00 


Lebanon 




Perelman, J. F. . 


5.00 


BerkoY, Samuel . 


5.00 






Brenner, Louis . . 


5.00 


Norristown 




Deutsch, S. J. . . 


5.00 


Hydeman, Mrs. 




Lipsitz, P. W.... 


5.00 


Marcus 


5.00 


Rosenstein, Abe.. 


5.00 


Hydeman, 




Silberman, Abe . . 


10.00 


Nathan, Mary & 




Silberman, Max.. 


15.00 


Dorothy 


15.00 






Mann, Aaron 


10.00 


Liehighton 




Mann, Harry 


5.00 


Rauscher, 








Emanuel 


10.00 


Northumberland 




T^ewlstown 




Schwartz Bros. . . 


5.00 


Berney, Ike 


5.00 


Stein, J. 


5.00 


Block, Daniel 


5.00 






Cohen, Hyman J. 


5.00 


Oil City 




Katz, Jos 

Katz, Mrs. Jos . . 


10.00 
5.00 


Levi, Joe 

Lewis, Max 


5.00 
5.00 


Wollner, Ben 


10.00 


Lewis, Samuel 


10.00 


WoUner, David .. 


5.00 


Westheimer, Mrs. 








Emanuel 


5.00 


Lock Haven 








Claster & Son, 




Perkasie 




Harris 


20.00 


Apfelbaum, J. . . . 


5.00 


Claster, Morris L. 


5.00 






Hecht, Edward . 


10.00 


Philadelphia 




Hurwitz, I. S. ... 

Keiner, Wm 

Lintz, Isaac 

Lipez, Max J. . . 

Raff, Mrs. Louis 

L 


5.00 
10.00 
10.00 

5.00 

10.00 
10.00 


Abrams, Anna H. 
Anders, Dr. 

James M 

Apple, Mrs. 

Carrie 

Armon, M 

Arnold, Miss 


5.00 

10.00 

25.00 
5.00 


■ Simon, Victor . . . 






Carrie 


10.00 


Luzerne 




Atlas Dye Works. 


10.00 


Freedman, Max . . 


5.00 


Avart, Mrs. Isaac 


25.00 


•Life Member. 




•♦Deceased Life Member. 





Bacliarach, Harry 10.00 
Baiiiborgcr, Miss 

Norma P 5.00 

Bannach, A 5.00 

Barmach, Mr. & 

Mrs. A 25.00 

Barmach, Miss 

Hilda G 10.00 

Bauer, Lee 25.00 

Baum, Louis S... 25.00 
Bayersdorfer, 

Harry 5.00 

Becker, Dr. & Mrs. 

Edwin 1 5.00 

Beckman, S 10.00 

Beeber, Dlmner.. 25.00 
Beerwald, Benj. 

D 10.00 

Belber, Aaron S.. 10.00 
Belber, Edmond 

H 10.00 

Benjamin, Sons 

and Daughters 

of Ezra and 

Jennie 50.00 

Bennett, Mrs. 

Jerome S 5.00 

Berg, Mr. and 

Mrs. Adolph 10.00 

Berg, Mrs. Martin 5.00 
Berg, Mr. & Mrs. 

Nathan 20.00 

Bergman, Mrs. 

Hannah Green. . 5.00 
Berkowitz, Max 

E 10.00 

Bernheim, Benj. 

F 15.00 

Bernheim, Mrs. 

Benj. F 10.00 

Bernheim, M. B.. 15.00 
Bernheimer, 

Eugene 25.00 

Berheimer, Mrs. 

Leo G 12.50 

*Betz & Son. 
Biberman, Jacob 

M 50.00 

Bissinger, Harry. 10.00 

Bloch, B. B 25.00 

Bloch, .Julius, & 

Children 10.00 

♦♦Bloch Simon L. 

Block, Leon 10.00 

Bloom, Mrs. 

Louis 5.00 

♦•Blum, Ralph. 
Blumenthal, 

Harold B 10.00 

•Blumenthal, Hart 
••Blumenthal, 

Herman. 
•♦Blumenthal, 

Sol. 
Blumenthal, Mrs. 

Sol 10.00 

Bobb, Mrs. Sarah 

F 5.00 

Bower, Mrs. Sara 

B 10.00 

Bromley, Jos. H.. 100.00 
Brown, J. 

Howard, & Co. 25.00 
Brunswick, Mr. 

& Mrs. Emil .. 25.00 
Burd, Louis A. .. 25.00 
Burpee, David . . . 10.00 
Buxbaum, Miss 

Caroline 10.00 



80 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



♦Bvors. Jos. ,T. 
Calwell. Chas. S. 25.00 
Cnspary, Mrs. 

William 10.00 

**Clotbler, Isaac 

H. 
Cohen, Samuel . . 10.00 
*Collins, Henry 

H. 
l);ilsimer, Mrs. 

Milton 10.00 

Iiannenhaum, 

Mrs. Harry M. 25.00 
Davis, Mrs. Her- 
man 10.00 

Davis, Mrs. Meyer 25.00 
Delaney & Co. ... 5.00 
Dentsch, Retta 

S 10.00 

Doyle, Francis J. 5.00 

Dreifus, A 10.00 

Dryfoos, Sol. ... 50.00 
Dutton, Miss 

Katherine .M . 5.00 

Elias, Chas 5.00 

Eliel, Mrs. 

Louis S 3000.00 

Ellerman. Mrs. 

Pauline 10.00 

Englander, Bern- 
hard 10.00 

Englander, 

Samuel 15.00 

Epstein, Mrs. K.. 5.00 
Ettelson, Rabbi 

Harry W. , 5.00 

Fabian, Samuel .. 10.00 
Federation of 

Jewish Ciiari- 

ties 18,750.00 

Eein, Mrs. Ella . 10.00 
Feldman, Rabbi 

Abr. J 5.00 

*Fleisher, Mrs. 

Martha S. 
Fleishman, Louis 

S 10.00 

^Fleishman, 

Morris 20.00 

Fox, Adolph 5.00 

Fox, Mrs. Adolph 5.00 
Frankel, A. A. .. 5.00 
Friedheim, Saml. 100.00 
Friedmann, Lionel 25.00 
Fuguet, Howard . 25.00 
Gattman, Mrs. M. 10.00 
Gelatt, Arthur A. 5.00 
Goff, Mrs. Isaac. 10.00 
Goldsmith, Mr. & 

Mrs. Geo 5.00 

Goldsmith, Louis. -50.00 
Goldsmith, Philip 

N 25.00 

Goldstein, Miss 

Iras Marina . . 10.00 
Goldstein, Mrs. 

Jos. J 20.00 

Goldstein, Mr. & 

Mrs. M 5.00 

Green, Mrs. Her- 
man B 5.00 

Greenfield, Albert 

M 100.00 

Greenspan, A. .. 20.00 
Gross, Mrs. 

Cecilia 5.00 

Grossman, David 30.00 
Haas, Martin . . . 15.00 
Haaz, Mr. & Mrs. 

Ignatius 25.00 



Ilafkonburg, Mrs. 

Will. P. 50.00 

**IIaK<'dorn, Mrs. 

Alice. 
Hahn, Mrs. Leon 

H 10.00 

ITarberg, Mrs. 

Jos 10.00 

Harbison, Thos. 

B 100.00 

Ilarker, Mrs. 

Klizabotli 5.00 

Harrison, Mrs. B. 

F 10.00 

♦Harrison, C. C. 
Harrison. Mr. & 

Mrs. Milton 

Chas 5.00 

Har Sinai Lodge 

No. 8, I. O. B. 

B 10.00 

Heilbron, Sey- 
mour M 10.00 

♦Heimerdinger, 

Leo H. 
Heller, Mrs. 

Emanuel 5.00 

•Hensell, Colladay 

& Co 5.00 

♦Herzberg, Mrs. 

Walter. 
Herzberg, Mr. and 

Mrs. Walter . . . 100.00 
Hess, Mrs. Bdw.. 10.00 
Hess, Mr. & Mrs. 

Eugene 15.00 

Ililbronner, The 

Misses 10.00 

Himmelreich, Mrs. 

Max 5.00 

Hinlein, J. H 50.00 

Hires, Charles E. 25.00 
Hirsch, Mr. & 

Mrs. Hiram 20.00 

Hirsh, Mrs. 

Gabriel 10.00 

Hirsh, Ralph 50.00 

*Hyman, William. 

Irwin, H. D 25.00 

Isaacs, J. L 5.00 

Jacobs, Irwin L. 10.00 
Jacobs, Mrs. R. . . 5.00 
Jacobson, S. M.. . 5.00 
Jacobson, Mrs. S. 

M 5.00 

Jenkins, Chas. F. 10.00 
**Jonas, Herman. 
Josephson, Miss 

Sara 10.00 

Juvenile Organi- 
zation of Second 

Presbvterian 

Church of Phila- 
delphia 25.00 

*Kaas, Andrew. 
Kaas, Mrs. May A. 10.00 
Karpeles, Dr, M. 

J 25.00 

Katzenberg, Mrs. 

Lucien 10.00 

Kauders, Mrs. H. 

Randle 10.00 

Kaufman, Mrs. 

Hannah 10.00 

Kaufman, Mrs. 

Jennie 5.00 

♦Kaufman, Morris 

A. 
♦Kayser, Samuel. 



♦Keneseth Israel 

Congregation. 
Keneseth Israel 

Sisterhood 25.00 

Kessler, Harrv . . 10.00 
Klein, Charles . . . 5.00 
Klopfer, Mrs. S. 

C 1.5.00 

Koch, Dr. I. M.. 25.00 

Korn, David 5.00 

Koshland, Edward 

10.00 

Koshland, Mrs. 

Rosa 10.00 

♦Krauskopf, 

Harold C. 
♦Krauskopf, Dr. 

Jos 10.00 

Krauskopf, Man- 
fred R 10.00 

Lane, David H. . . 50.00 
Lang, Mrs. Gabe. 5.00 
**Langfeld, A. M. 
Langsfeld, Mrs. 

Ida 5.00 

Lehman, Arthur . 5.00 
Leipheimer, Mrs. 

Louis 10.00 

Levin, Mrs. Isaac, 

Mrs. Louis Ef- 

fenberg, Mrs. 

Abraham, Koro- 

bov and Mrs. 

Alex Bass 10.00 

Levy, Mr. A. C... 10.00 
Levy, Mrs. 

Ignatius 10.00 

♦Levy, Sol. 
Lichtenstein, Mil- 
ton 10.00 

Lichtman, 

Maurice 10.00 

Lieberman, Jos... 15.00 
Lipman, Gabriel. 25.00 
♦Lit, S. D. 
Livingston, Mrs. 

Elizabeth M. .. 5.00 
Loeb, Mr. & Mrs. 

Horace 50.00 

Loeb, Mrs. Hor- 

tense H 5.00 

Louchheim, J. J.. 1000.00 
Mallas, Mrs. 

Maurice 10.00 

Mandel, Clayton 

M 5.00 

♦Manko, L. H. 
Marcus. H. J. . . 5.00 
Margolin, Dr. 

Fannie B 15.00 

Mark, Mrs. 

Adolph 15.00 

Mark, Mrs. Louis 50.00 
Marks, Mrs. 

Lillian U 25.00 

Marx, S. J 87.00 

Mayer, Mrs. 

Ernest J 5.00 

♦♦Merz, Daniel. 
Merz, Millard . . . 5.00 
♦Merz, Mrs. Regina. 
Meyer, Mrs. 

Harold L 10.00 

Meyers, Donald & 

Dorothy 10.00 

Meyers, Wm 10.00 

The Moore & 

White Co 5.00 

♦Morris, Charles E. 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



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THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



81 



•Morris, Eflangham 

B. 
**Muhr, Jacob. 
Nadler. Mrs. 

Maurice R. ... 10.00 
Nathanson, Mrs. 

H. M 100.00 

Netsky, Samuel . . 5.00 
Odenlieimer, Mrs. 

Hugo 5.00 

Pechner, Mrs. Ben 10.00 
•'Pepper, Dr. Win. 
••Pfaelzer, Simon. 

Phillips, David.. 10.00 
Pockrass, Mr,s. 

Freda S 5.00 

Powdermaker, 

Adolph 5.00 

The Powell Knit- 
ting Co 5.00 

Press, Jack 10.00 

Price & Co., John 5.00 
•Raab, Mrs. Julia. 
Raff. A. Raymond 5.00 
Raphael, Mr. & 

Mrs. Arthur S.. 5.00 
Rappaport Lodge 

No. 35, I. O. F. 

S. of 1 25.00 

Rappaport. Max.. 5.00 
Reager, Miss 

Rosa 5.00 

Reinheimer. Sam. 8.00 
Rice. Mr. & Mrs. 

Isaac 5.00 

•*Rorke, Allen B. 

Rose, Harrv M... 10.00 
Rosenau. Philip.. 10.00 
•Rosenbaum, 

Emile Leona 
•Rosenbaum, Leon 
•Rosenbaum, Leon, 

Jr. 
Rosenberg, Mrs. 

Abram G5.00 

•Rosenberg, Grace. 
•Rosenberg, J. 

Walter. 
Rosenblatt, 

Misses Isabel & 

Rose 5.00 

Rosenthal, Mrs. 

Harry 10.00 

Rosenthal, Mrs. 

Henry 10.00 

Rothkugel, Harry 

R o t'h sch il d , ' S. ' .' .' .' 20.00 
Rubin, Mrs. Jos.. 20.00 
Salus, Jos. W. ... 10.00 

Salus, Louis 10.00 

Sanders. Dr. 

David M 10.00 

Sanson. Dr. & 

Mrs. N. J 5.00 

Schless. Robert 

A., Jr 5.00 

Schless, Mrs. 

Robert 50.00 

•Schless, Mrs. Her- 
man. 
' *Schoch. Henry R. 
Schoeneman, Mr. 

& Mrs. Jos 25.00 

Schoenfeld, Mr. & 

Mrs. Max 10.00 

Schwenk, A. K., 

Co 5.00 

Schweriner, Mrs. 

Caroline N. ... 20.00 



Sempliner, David 

D 15.00 

Shapiro, Fanny . 5.00 

Sharp. S. S 10.00 

Siedenbach, Mrs. 

Jennie 10.00 

•Silberman, Mrs. 

Ida 275.00 

Silberstein, Dr. 

Jacob 5.00 

Silveruian, Mrs. 

Chas 5.00 

•Silverman, I. H. 
Simon, Mr. & Mrs. 

Mever 20.00 

••Snellenburg, J. J. 
•Snellenburg, 

Nathan. 
•Snellenburg, 

Samuel. 
Solomon, Mrs. 

Hattie 10.00 

Spillane. Richard .50.00 

Spitzer, M 25.00 

Sprowles, Edwin 

G 25.00 

Stamm, Max 5.00 

Starrels, Morris.. 10.00 
Stead & Miller Co. 10.00 
Steinberg, Mrs. 

Rose 5.00 

Stern, Eugene M. 25.00 
Stern. Lina, in 

memory of .... 30.00 
Stern. Morris H.. 5.00 
Sternberger, Mrs. 

Arthur A 10.00 

•Sternberger, 

Samuel. 
Stiefel, Dr. 

Leopold 5.00 

Strasburger, Mrs. 

Edwin V 10.00 

Straus, Meyer .. 10.00 
Strouse, Alex- 
ander S. (be- 
quest) 1000.00 

Strouse, Mrs. 

Hortense 10.00 

Tahl, Lorraine S. 15.00 
Tahl, Mrs. Samuel 

L 15.00 

Teiman, Miss 

Sarah R 5.00 

••Teller, Benj. F. 
•Teller, Mrs. B. F. 
••Teller, Jos. R. 
Thalheimer, Mrs. 

L. S 10.00 

Tower. Charle- 
magne 25.00 

Trainer, Joseph C. 50.00 
♦•Trautman, Dr. B. 
Ulman. Dr. Joseph 

F 10.00 

Velenchik, Louis 

A 5.00 

♦•Wanamaker, John 

Weber, Jos. R... 10.00 
Weglein, Richard 50.00 
Weichselbaum, 

Mrs. Horace .. 20.00 
Weil. Mrs. Jacob 

& Mrs. Saml... 100.00 
Weil, Mr. & Mrs. 

Simon 10.00 

••Weiler, Herman. 
Weinberg, Mrs. 

B 10.00 

Weinmann, Max . 10.00 



AVeinmann, Mrs. 

M 25.00 

Weintraub, David 5.00 
Weintraub, Mrs. 

Julius 100.00 

Weintraub, 

Marjorie 5.00 

Weiss, Mr. .fe Mrs. 

Charles J 25.00 

Wells, Geo. B 10.00 

Weyl, Edgar .... 10.00 
M'eyl, Jacob L. .. 10.00 
Wleder, Mrs. 

Albert 5.00 

Wieder, Mrs. 

Joseph 5.00 

Wiener, Mrs. 

Jacob 10.00 

Wilson, Mrs. Ben 

S 20.00 

AVilson, Morris R. 5.00 

W. O. F 100.00 

Wohlfeld, Mrs. S. 10.00 
Winelander, Max 10.00 
♦Wolf, I., Jr. 
••Zweighaft, Simon. 



Phoenixville 

Kohn, Jos. 



5.00 



Pittsburgh 

•Aaron, Marcus. 
Alpern, Lewis M. . 5.00 
Aronson, I. 

Leonard 5.00 

Baer, Julius 25.00 

Beigel, B 5.00 

Benedict, Misses 

Helen & Marian 5.00 
••Browarsky, Marx. 
Brunwasser. Mr. 

& Mrs. Frank. 10.00 
Buerger, Mr. & 

Mrs. Chas. B.... 10.00 
•Cohen, Aaron. 
Cohen, Henry S... 5.00 
•Cohen, Josiah. 
•Dreifus, Chas. 
Einstein, Morris. . 25.00 
Federation of 
Jewish Philan- 
thropies 500.00 

Floersheim, Ber- 

thold 5.00 

Frank, Isaac W.. 25.00 
♦Friedman, Mrs. 
Joseph. 
Friedman, Mrs. 

Mary 5.00 

Goldsmit, Mrs. 

Louis 5.00 

Goldsmit, S. B. .. 10.00 
Goldsmith, Mrs. 

Louis J 10.00 

•Guckenheimer, 
Isaac. 
••Hamburger, 

Phillip. 
•Hanauer, A. M. 
Hast, Mrs. A. M.. 10.00 
Hirsh, Mr. & Mrs. 

Herman 5.00 

Kann, Mrs. Robert 

Steel 10.00 

Kann, W. L 5.00 

Katz, Leo A. ... 10.00 
Kaufmann, Mrs. 

Augusta 5.00 

♦Kaufmann Bros. 



•Life Member. 
••Deceased Life Member. 



82 



Till". XATIUXAL FARM SCHOOL 



K:niriii:iiin, Mrs. 

Isaac lO.ttO 

••K:iiifinauu, Mrs. 

.laool). 
Kaiit'inatin, Mr.s. 

Morris 10.00 

Kaiil'iiiaiiii, Nathan 5.00 
Kiiriiluiuscr, MLss 

C'arrio 10.00 

Leliuian. Albert C. S'.O.OO 

Lchinan. Irvin P. 25.00 

Mar.x, Mrs. A. I... 10.00 

Nelman. Bciinie . 10.00 
•Kaub, Marcus. 
•♦Kauli, Mrs. 

Rosalia. 
Ruslaander, Mrs. 

M 5.00 

Saues, Dr. K. I.. 10.00 
Schutzer, Mrs. 

Julia, iS: Family 5.00 

Seder, 1 25.00 

Spatz, Mrs. S.... 5.00 

Stadtl'eld, .Toseph 5.00 

Sunstein. A. J. . . 25.00 

♦Weil, A. Leo .... 25.00 
Weinthal, Mrs. 

Samuel 5.00 

Wolf, Fred 5.00 

Plttston 

Samuel, S 10.00 

Pottstown 

Cohen, Miss Alice 5.00 

Fuerman. Samuel 10.00 
Meverhoff, 

Emanuel L. ... 25.00 

Meyerhoff, Moe L. 10.00 
Meyerhoff, Ralph 

K 25.00 

Mosheim, S 5.00 

Pollack, Mayer .. 10.00 

Pottsville 

Diamond & Bro.. 10.00 

Befowich Bros... 5.00 

Rouse, Nasaniel.. 5.00 
Rubinsky, Israel 

L 10.00 

Rubinsky, Sarah. 10.00 

Spicker, Herman. 25.00 

Weiss, S. S 5.00 

Quakertown 

Klein, Adolph . . . 5.00 

Weiss, Elias .... 10.00 

Reading 

Bash, Wm 10.00 

Cohen, Nathan P. 5.00 

Goldman, K 5.00 

Hammel, Mrs. 

Henry 10.00 

Harris, David A. 10.00 

Holzman, Nathan 5.00 

Imber Bros 5.00 

Isecovitz, David. 5.00 

Israel, Harold A. 10.00 

Jacobson, S 5.00 

Kaplan, A. B. .. 5.00 

Kaufmann, E. I.. . 25.00 
Knoblaugh, 

Phillip 5.00 

Liefter, M 5.00 

Liever, Hyman . . 5.00 

Liever, Joseph . . 10.00 

Lippman, David. . 5.00 

Loeb, Emanuel . . 5.00 



Loeb, Leopold. 

Estate 5.0(1 

Lurla, S. R 10.00 

Marcus, Mrs. 

Nathan 5.(KJ 

Moyer. Willard.. 5.00 

I'ear, Samuel .... 5.00 
Ponn Rag and 

Metal Co 5.00 

Rabinovltch, 

David 5.00 

Rosenberg, Harry 5.00 

Rosenthal, Morris .5.00 

Ruttenberg Bros.. 5.00 
Samuels, Henry 

Clay 5.00 

Schweriuer, S. S.. 25.00 

Sher, L., & Sons. 5.00 

Simon & Sherman 5.00 

Skalst, Max J.... 10.00 

Sondheim, Leo J. 25.00 
Sondheim, Dr. S. 

J 5.00 

Stern, P. S 25.00 

Sukovice, 1 10.00 

Sulkis, David .... 5.00 

Whiteson, Isidore 5.00 
Whiteson, Mrs. 

Isidore 5.00 

Winston, Dr. G. I. 5.00 

Yaffe & Blumberg 10.00 

Zabel, Harry .... 5.00 

Scranton 

Anshe Chesed 

Sabbath School 10.00 

Brown, Albert ... 10.00 
Goodman, Mrs. N. 

G 5.00 

Jewish Federation 200.00 

Shamokin 

Liachowitz, A. . . 5.00 

Robinz, Leou ... 5.00 

Sharon 

Lavine, Reuben 

H 5.00 

Sand, Louis 5.00 

Shenandoah 

Levine Bros 5.00 

Ruderman, J 5.00 

Sorin Bros 5.00 

Slatington 

Rice, Samuel M.. 10.00 
Souderton 

Silverstein, B 5.00 

Wiener, Philip . . 5.00 

S. Bethlehem 

Bock, Adolph 5.00 

Goodman, Bennie. 5.00 

Goodman, H. N... 5.00 

Pearl, Lewis 5.00 

Ref owich, A 5.00 

Strauss, Solomon 5.00 

Tauss, B. P 5.00 

Wiesenberger, 

Henry 10.00 

Sunbury 

Freedman, Wolf. . 5.00 

Jonas, M 5.00 

Kaufman Bros. .. 5.00 

Markley, M. H... 10.00 

Marx Bros 5.00 

Millner, Sig 5.00 



Oppenheimer, 




Mrs. A 


10.00 


Weis, II. & S 


10.00 


Swarthmore 




Ash ton, Taber . . . 


10.00 


TltusvHle 




Berwald, H. P. . . 


10.00 


Davis, J 


5.00 


Unlontown 




Axelrad, A 


5.00 


Ladies' Auxiliary, 




Temple Israel.. 


10.00 


Mlcheal, Mrs. J. J. 


10.00 


Rosenbaum, Ike. . 


5.00 


Rosenbaum, Jos.. 


10.00 


Rosenbaum, Mrs. 




Lena 


5.00 



Villanova 

Bodine, Samuel T. 10.00 

West Chester 

♦Grant, Simon. 

Weiss, Morris . . 5.00 

Wilkes-Barre 

Abelson, M. H... 5.00 

Bernstein, A. M... 5.00 
Budnitsky's Sons, 

Jos 5.00 

Casper, Louis.... 5.00 

Casper, Max 5.00 

Cohen, Harry H.. 5.00 

Cohen, Joel 10.00 

Cohen, Louis .... 5.00 
Cohen, Louis, & 

Son 5.00 

Coons, Jos. S 10.00 

Davidow, Edward 

B 5.00 

Epstine, Harry.. 5.00 
Finkelstein's 

Sons, M 5.00 

Frankel, Isaac, & 

Son 5.00 

Freeman Bros. . . 5.00 

Galland, A. S. ... 5.00 

Gelb & Mayer . . 25.00 

Heinz, Maurice . . 5.00 
Heller, Sol., & 

Sons 5.00 

Hirsch, Sol 5.00 

Hirshowitz, Harry 

R 10.00 

Israel, Ralph 5.00 

Hurwitz, Aaron . . 5.00 
Kline, Mrs. 

Pauline 5.00 

Landau Music and 

Jewelry Store . . 5.00 

Lazaru.s, Henry . . 10.00 

Levi, Mrs. Max . . 25.00 

Levy, Felix T.... 5.00 

Levy, Maurice . . . 5.00 

Lewith, E. L. ... 5.00 

•Long, Cosmar P.. 5.00 

Long, Isaac S.... 5.00 

Long, Millard F.. 5.00 

Lowenstein, E 5.00 

Markman, Morris 25.00 
Mendelsohn, Dr. 

I. W 5.00 

Meyer, Jerome . . b.OO 

Rifkin, A., & Co. 5.00 

Rosenthal, Louis. 5.00 

Rosenthal, Nathan 5.00 



•Life Member. 
•Deceased Life Member. 



THE xVATlONAL FARM SCllUOL 



83 



Kotlistoin. 

Barnett n.OO 

Salsbiirg, Abram. 10.00 
Salsbiirg, Louis 

K 10.00 

Schloss, Mrs. Rosii 

L 20.00 

Silverblatt, J. . . 5.00 

Silverman, Benj.. .'t.OO 

Sperling, Harry . 5.00 

Stern, Harry F. . . 5.00 
Stern, Mrs. Harry 

P 10.00 

Sterne, A. F., & 

Sons 5.00 

Strauss, Judge S. 

J 10.00 

Uhuan, Harry S.. 5.00 
Wcitzeukorn, J. 

K 10.00 

Williams, Maurice 5.00 

Williams, Natban 5.00 

Wiseman, H. M... 10.00 
Wyoming Produce 

Co 5.00 

Ziegler, Maurice.. 5.00 

Ziegler, Wm. G... 5.00 

Williamsport 

Brozman. J. L... 10.00 
Goklenberg, C. N. 

& Co 10.00 

Goldenberg, H. N. 5.00 

Myers, Henrv . . . 5.00 

Pechter, Harry B. 5.00 

Stein Bros 5.00 

Ulman, S. B 5.00 

Willow Grove 

Specht, Mrs. 

Henry 5.00 

York 

Feder, Simon .... 5.00 
Grumbacber, Mrs. 

Max 10.00 

Hydeman, Leon . . 5.00 

Jandorf, Mrs. A... 5.00 

Laveton & Sons.. 5.00 
Lebmayer, Louis 

R 5.00 

Lebmayer, Mr. & 

Mrs. M. N 10.00 

Miller, Josepb . . 5.00 

Petow, L. A 5.00 

iReineberg, Lee . . 5.00 

Scbmidt, H. S. . . 5.00 

Silverman, Minnie 10.00 

Simmons, A 5.00 

Trattner, Abe . . . 5.00 

Walker, I.. Sons. 5.00 
Wilbelm, Mrs. J. 

Scball 5.00 

Williams & Levin 5.00 

Ziegler, J. T 5.00 

Zweifler, D 5.00 



SOrXH C.\KOI>lN.\ 

Chnrleston 

Furcbgott Bros... 5.00 

llornick, M 5.00 

Livingston, II. .. 5.00 

Pinkussobn, 1'. L. 5.00 

VIsanska, .1. M... 5.00 
Wilensky, Harry 

L 5.00 

Williams, H. .1... 5.00 

Columbia 

Citron, M 5.00 

Hebrew Benevo- 
lent So 10.00 

Silver Bros., I... 5.00 

Darlington 

Alexander, Dr. 

Oscar 5.00 

Henning, Henry . 5.00 

Hilb, Ben 5.00 

Hyman, Abram . . 5.00 

Luminsky, M. ... 5.00 

Witcover, D. D... 5.00 

Florence 

Friend of the 

Scbool 5.00 

Finkelstein. Louis 5.00 

Goodstein, S 5.00 

Sulzbacher, S. I.. 100.00 

Greenville 

Endel, Hyman . .. 5.00 

Levy, M. A 5.00 

Mevers, Arnold, 

Co 10.00 

Rotbscbild. L. ... 5.00 

Scbwartz, S 10.00 

Spartansburg- 

Brill, Harry H... 10.00 
Greenewald 

Brothers 5.00 

Greenwald, Inc. . 5.00 

Price, Harrv .... 5.00 

Skalowski, R. . . . 5.00 

Spigel Bros 5.00 

Sumter 

Levi Brothers . . . 5.00 
Schwartz, Miss 

Emma 5.00 

Strauss, I. C 10.00 

SOUTH DAKOTA 



Sioux Falls 

Speier, Sam 



5.00 



TENNESSEE 



RHODE ISLAND 

Providence 

Bernkopf, David . 

Goldowsky, Ber- 
nard M 

Silverman Bros... 

Wachenheimer 
Bros 


5.00 

5.00 
10.00 

5 00 







Chattanooga 

Council of Jewish 

Women 5.00 

Edelstein, S., & 

L. Diamond . . . 5.00 

Friedman, Morris 5.00 

Leventhal, M. N.. 5.00 

Levine, J. L 5.00 

Rosenblum, Leo.. 5.00 
Rosenheim, 

William 5.00 

Shenka, A. W. ... 5.00 

Shoenig, Abe 5.00 

Winer, Harry . . . 5.00 



Clarksville 

Adlor, M 5.00 

JackHon 

Baum, W. J 5.00 

Flsbman, \V 5.00 

Frank Bros., 

& Kisber 5.00 

Hoffman, M 5.00 

Klibonoff, Wm. .. 5.00 

Lew, W. R 5.00 

Lindy, A. S 5.00 

Loeb, Sol 5.00 

Marks Bros 5.00 

Marks, Mrs. Louis 5.00 

Rosenbloom Bros. 10.00 

KnoxvlUe 

Betb-Bl Re- 
ligious School.. 6.00 

Gourse, Geo 5.00 

Jewish Women's 
Auxiliary of 
Temple Beth -El 25.00 

Moskovitz, Miss 

Hannah 10.00 

Rosenthal, D. A.. 5.00 

Memphis 

Binswanger, 

Milton S 10.00 

Federation of 

Jewish Charities 200.00 

Gates, Elias 25.00 

Haase, Cbas. J.. 10.00 
Halle, Mrs. Eva 

G 10.00 

Memphis Lodge 

No. 35, I. O. B. 

B 10.00 

Regina No. 19, U. 

O. T. S 20.00 

Roth, Louis 5.00 

Nashville 

Bernstein, Philip 

& Clarence 15.00 

Federation of 

Jewish Charities 100.00 

Hirsch, Sam 20 00 

Jacobus, J. M. . . 5.00 
Loveman, Mrs. 

Adolph 10.00 

Loventhal, Leo J. 5.00 
Maimonides Lodge 

No. 46, I. O. B. 

B 15.00 

Morse, I. B 5.00 

Rich, Schwartz & 

Joseph 10.00 

Pulaski 

Cohn, Sol 5.00 

TEXAS 

Austin 

*Davis, Nelson. 
Balmorhea 

♦Mayer, Sol. 

Beasley 

Robinowitz, A. . . 5.00 

Beaumont 

Deutser, B 5.00 

Goldstein, Dr. L. 5.00 
Ladies' Benevo- 
lent Soe'y 10.00 



♦Life Member. 



84 



TIIH NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



I^i'vy. Leon R. . . 
Natbiin, J. J 

Bis: SprinKN 

I'Mshcr. Mrs. Aim;i, 
in memory of. . 

Chappell Hill 

Reinstein, W. . . . 

Corpus ChriKti 

Ijiflitenstoin, M., 
& Sons 

Corsirana 

Council of Jowlsli 
Women 

Crawford 

Murlvs, M 

Dallas 

Dreyfuss, G 

Edioff, Mrs. Geo. 

G 

Eppstein & Co., E. 
Goettingrer, Max. . 
Goldsmith, Isidore 
Hexter, J. K. ... 
Hexter, Victor II. 
Hurst, A. K. . . 

Kahn, E. M 

Kabn, J 

Kramer, Arthur 

L 

Kramer, Irvin L.. 
Landauer, Ho«-ace 

H 

Levi, Chas. G. . . 
Liebman, Morris. 

Liebman, R 

Linz, Albert 

Linz Bros 

Linz. Simon 

Lipsitz, Louis . . . 
Mayer. Sigmund. . 
Michalson, L. A.. 
M.vers. Seymour.. 
Oppenheimer, L . 
♦Orleans, M. J. 

Ortlieb, Max 

Pollaclj, Henry . . 
Rosenbaum Bros. 
Rosenfleld, Max 

.7 

•Sanger, Alex- 
ander. 

Sanger Bros 

**Sanger, Mrs. 

Philip. 
**Silberstein, A. 
**Silberstein. Rosa. 
Swope. Jos. (Be- 
quest) 

Titche. Edward .. 

£1 Paso 

Mathias, A 

Scliwartz. A 

Stolaroff, .1 

Temple Mt. Sinai 

S. S 

Weiss, I 

Farmersville 

Purvin, Mr. vt 
Mrs. J. L 



"i.OO Fort AVorth 
10.00 Brown, Dan, Jr. . 
Brown, Isidor . . . 
Council of Jewish 

Women 

n.OO Friend, Alex. M.. 
Gans, Mrs. Sol... 

Gilbert, L. G 

10.00 Groonwall, 

Mitchell W. ... 

Ileninger, J 

Levy, Dan 

r; QQ *Levy, Sam. 

Marx, Herman .. 

Ma.ver, Jac 

Rosenthal, M. A.. 

10.00 Galveston 

Brock, Moritz . . 
Cohen, Robert I.. 
10.00 Hebrew Benevo- 
lent Society . . . 
Kempner, D. W. . . 
5 QQ *Kempner, Mrs. H. 
Kempner, I. H. . . 
5.00 *^^^|^er, E. 
50 00 Lasker, M. 
' 5 00 Nussbaum, Joseph 
g'oo Zacharias Frankel 
r-'nr, Lodge No. 242, 

laoo I- O. B. B 

^5.00 Houston 

"5 00 Council, Jewish 

Women 

jg QQ Harris, Louis L.. 

_r/QQ Malevinsky, The 
Misses Annie 

5.00 « ''intl Helene .... 

5 00 Sam, Jake H 

5 00 United Jewish 

5 00 Welfare Ass'n . 

ij.OO Weingarten, J 

5.00 Mineola 

oi^'-QQ Bromberg, I. G... 

-^•^^ Mayer, E 

5.00 Orang:e 

^;^2 Aronson, G. & J. 

Palestine 

10.00 nj J ^ 
5.00 ^^J^-iier, b 

10.00 San Antonio 
_ . Bergel, Mrs, A. . . 

o.uu Berman. O 

Blum, Mrs. 

_ „„ Fannie 

^•00 Edar Lodge No. 
211, I. O. B. B. 
Eldridge, S. C. .. 

Frank Bros 

♦Halff, G. A. C... 
innnn *Halff, Henry L. 
lOO-^O Halff. Mayer & 
o.OU Rachel Memor- 
ial Fund 

Halff, S., Memor- 

5.00 i'll Fund 

;-, 00 Heimann, Mrs. 

5.00 ^ Silva 

Joske, Alexander. 

10 00 Leo N. Levi Lodge 

5.00 ^'o- C75, I. O. B. 

B 

Oppenheimer, Mrs. 

Fannie 

Oppenheimer, 
10.00 Herbert Meyer. 



Oppenheimer, J. 

5.00 D 10.00 

5 00 Oppenheimer, 

Jesse H IQ.OO 

5.00 *Stern, Morris. 

n'oO Wolfson, Saul . . 5.00 

%'-^|J Texarkana 

'^' Ehrllch, Mrs. 

;j 00 Esther 5.00 

.5 00 Feinberg, L. S. . , 5.00 

5 00 Heilbron, Louis.. 10.00 

Sandberger, M. .. 5.00 

.5.00 Schwa rz, 1 5.00 

10 00 Texarkana Casket 

5.00 Co 5.00 

Tyler 

5.00 Bruck. S 5.00 

5.00 Edward Lasker 

Lodge No. .347, 

25.00 I. O. B. B 5.00 

10.00 „. 

25.00 Hirschberg, S. . . 5.00 

Migel, L 10.00 

Sanger Bros 25.00 

10.00 Sanger, Mrs. Sam 10.00 

UTAH 

10.00 

Salt Lake City 

Alexander, Daniel 25.00 
Jewish Relief So- 

10.00 ciety 10.00 

10.00 Marcus. Louis . . 15.00 
Rosenblatt, Na- 
than 10.00 

10.00 Sweet, Leon 10.00 

5.00 

VIRGINIA 
25.00 
5.00 Alexandria 

Katz, A 5.00 

_ „^ Kaufman & Blu- 

%-^^' menfleld 5.00 

°-"" Ruben. Leopold.. 5.00 
Weil Bros 5.00 

5.00 Bristol 

Jewish Ladies' 
20 00 '^^^ Society . . . 5.00 

Charlottesville 
g QQ Kaufman's Sons, 

5.00 ^^ 5.00. 

Danville 
°-^^ Greenberg. A. ... 6.00 
- „„ Herman. J. A. . . . 5.00 
2-XX Hoffman, W. H... 5.00 
2-^" Kaufman, Mrs. 

-^•"" Julius 5.00 

'^"•'J" Kaufman, L. L... 5.00 
Schuster, Isaac . . 5.00 
Silverman, Louis. 10.00 

" ■ Harrisonburg 

25.00 Bloom, Bernard.. 5.00 

10.00 Lynchburg: 

10.00 Berman, H 5.00 

Bodenheimer, B. 

J 5.00 

10.00 Crowell, L. I. ... 5.00 

Eichelbaum, A. . . 5.00 

5.00 Eichelbaum. M. 10.00 

Finkel, J. M 5.00 

15.00 Goodman, Leon . . 5.00 



♦Life Member. 
►•Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



85 



♦Guggeubeimer, 

Mrs. Max 

Moses, M 5.00 

Koseuthal, Dr. S. 

H 5.00 

Schewel, A. M. . . 5.00 

Scliewel, lieu .... 5.00 

Weiiistein, Harry 5.00 

Newport News 

lOisenman, J. ... 5.00 

Garner, William . 5.00 

Meyers Bros 10.00 

Marmelsteln Bros. 5.00 

Reyner, ,T., & Sons 5.00 

Rosenbaum, A. . . 5.00 
Virginia Lodge, 

195, I. O. B. A. 5.00 

Norfolk 

Altscliul, B 5.00 

Cohen & Spigel.. 5.00 

Crockin, H 5.00 

Engel, G., & Bro.. 5.00 

Hecht, Mrs. Jacob 5.00 
riirsehler. Dr. D. 

Lee 5.00 

Hirschler, E 5.00 

Hofbeimer Bros. 

Co 25.00 

.Tacobs, Benj. . . . 5.00 
•Ladies' Hebrew 

Benevolent Ass'n. 

Leterman. J. J. . . 5.00 

Levy, Harry 5.00 

Levy. Moe 5.00 

Levy. Mrs. Phillip 5.00 

Lilienfeld, B 5.00 

Lowenberg, 

Harry L 5.00 

Mansbach, Louis. 12.00 

Margolius, Benj.. 10.00 
Mendelsohn, Dr. 

Ludwig 5.00 

Kiisbaiim, Mrs. H. 

S 20.00 

Nusbaum, M. S. . 5.00 
Nusbaum, Mrs. S. 

L 5.00 

Pincus. Max 5.00 

Saks, Jacob 5.00 

Scbultz. Abe 5.00 

Seldner. A.' B.... 10.00 

Ulman & Emanuel 5.00 

Petersburg 

Eigenbrun, E. ... 5.00 

Reinach. Milton I. 10.00 

Rosenstock, L. A. 10.00 

Portsmouth 

Bord, Samuel . . . 5.00 

Cohen. Nathan . . 5.00 

Fass, Sol 5.00 

Lasting, S., & 

Bro .5.00 

Levitin, A 5.00 

Richmond 

♦Binswanger, 
Harry S. 

♦Binswanger, M. I. 5.00 

Cohen, Mrs. Sam. 5.00 

Florsheim, M. B. 15.00 

Galeski, Dr. S... 10.00 

Greentree, Mever. 5.00 

Hellstern Bros. . . 5.00 

Hutzler, Henry S. 5.00 

Jacobs & Levy . . . 5.00 

Kaufmann, I. ... 5.00 



Lovonstciii, I... & 




Ccilien, Simon .... 


5.00 


Son 


5.00 


Council of Jewish 
Women 




May, Irving 


5.00 


10.00 


♦♦Millbiser, Gustave. 




Frankenberger, 




♦Uaab, E. 




Herbert 


5.00 


*Uaab, Mrs. E. 




Frankenberger, 




Straus, Milton .T. 


5.00 


Max 


10.00 


Thalhimer, W. B. 


5.00 


Fuhrnian, Simon . 


5.00 


Thalhimer, Mor- 




Gallenberg, B. . . 


5.00 


ton G 


10.00 


(iali»erin, II 

Galperin, Simon 


5.00 


Weil. Clifford .... 


10.00 


Woisfberger, S. . . 


5.00 
5.00 


II 


5.00 


Whitlock, Dan . . . 


Goldman, M. B... 


5.00 


**Whitlock, Philip. 




Goldman, Morris, 








Jr 


5.00 


Roanoke 


Kaufman Bros. . . 


10.00 


Bachrach, I 


5.00 


Kleeman, Henry. . 


5.00 


Cooper, I 


5.00 


Lewis Bros 


5.00 


Davidson, Joseph 


5.00 


Loewenstein, Abe 


5.00 


Fisher, Julius . . 


5.00 


Lowenstein, 




Goldman, H 


5.00 


Isaac 


5.00 


Levin, I 


5.00 


■ Loewenstein, Joe. 


5.00 


Levy, Philip 


5.00 


May, Herbert D.. 


5.00 


Rosenberg, M., & 




May, Phil 


5.00 


Sons 


25.00 


Polan, H 

Rush, Joseph F.. . 


5.00 
5.00 


Schlossberg, M. 




J 


5.00 


Schwab, Joseph.. 
Schwabe, Albert . 


5.00 
5.00 


Schlossberg, N. 




Wm 


5.00 


Shore, Ben 

Clarksburg 


5.00 


Schnurman, Jay. . 
Solomon, Max . , . 


5.00 
5.00 


Spigel, Jos 


5.00 


Aaron, I 


5.00 






Brown, B 


5.00 


Staunton 




Cohen, H 


5.00 


Strauss, I. G. ... 


5.00 


Cohen, Joseph H. 


5.00 






Franz, D. B 


5.00 


WASHINGTON 




Friedlander, M. . . 


5.00 






Markowitz. S. M.. 


5.00 


Everett 




Melet, Will H 


5.00 


Hochstadter, Ber- 




Nusbaum, E. M.. . 


5.00 


nard 


5.00 


Rose, Max 

Winer, A 


5.00 




5.00 


Seattle 




Fairmont 




*Eckstein, Nathan. 




Bear, Max 


5.00 


**Galland. Bonham. 




Burka, Sol 


5.00 


**Galland, Mrs. C. 




Deitz. E 


5.00 


K. 




Edlavitcb, S. L... 


5.00 


**Gottstein, Meyer. 




Finger, B. S 


5.00 


**Gottstein, Re- 




Funt, I 


5.00 


becca. 




Golden, Israel . . . 


5.00 


*Laug, Julius C. 




Goodman, S. D.. . 


5.00 


Stern, Leopold M. 


10.00 


Iseman, Sam 


5.00 


Taconia 




Klaw. Fisbel 


5.00 


Council of Jewish 




Lipson, P. P 

Osgood, D. M. . . 


5.00 
5.00 


Women 


5.00 


Spiro, S. B 

Weintrob, Morris 


5.00 


Kaufman, H. A.. . 


10.00 


5.00 


Tacoma Lodge No. 




Zaslafe, I 


5.00 


741, I. 0. B. B. 


10.00 


Grafton 




WEST A'IRGINIA 


Friedman & Son. 








p 


5.00 


Bluefleld 


Klein, I. C 


5.00 


Angrist, A. A 


5.00 


Rosenshlne, Wm.. 


5.00 


Cohen, Isadore . . 
Greenspan, 


10.00 


Huntington 




Isadore 


5.00 


Brob, J 


10.00 


Hyman Bros 


5.00 


Hermanson, J. M. 


5.00 


Kaufman, Mrs. S. 


10.00 


Lubin, B. J 


5.00 


Kleiman, P 


5.00 


Polan, Lake 


5.00 


Rodgin & Co., 




Samson, Samuel . 


10.00 


Henry 


5.00 






Sisterhood 




Keystone 




Ahavath Sbolem 


10.00 


Budnick, Cbas. . . 


5.00 


Turk, S. J 


5.00 


Hermanson, L. . . 


5.00 


Turk, Samuel 


5.00 


Spector, Jacob . . 


5.00 


Charleston 




Kimball 




Baer, Ben 


10.00 


Banks, H 


10.00 


Brown, Abe I 


5.00 


Spector, Samuel . 


5.00 



*Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



86 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Martinsburg; 




Independent Order 




Council of Jewish 




Fine, Mrs. ,7iili;i . 


.^1.00 


B'nai B'rith 




Women 


.50.00 


Fine, Reubin .... 


.").00 


No. 615 


10.0(1 


Federated Jewish 




Peltz. Morri.s . . . 


5.00 


Isenberg, Israel.. 


5.00 


Charities 


300.00 






Kline, Simon . . . 


20.00 


Frank, Walter . . 


10.00 


Morgantown 




Leshem 




Gilead Lodge No. 




DeLynn, I. A 


5.00 


Shomayim Re- 




41, I. 0. B. B... 


5.00 


Hershkovitz, Sam 


5.00 


ligious School . 


10.00 


Greenwald, Oscar 


10.00 


Oppenheimer, 




Moss, J. E 


5.00 


Harmony Lodge 




Benj 


5.00 


Reicliblum, Mrs. 




^'o. 63, I. 0. F. 




AVolf. J. P 


5.00 


M 


5.00 


S. of I 


5 00 


Rice, Albert M... 


5.00 


Krauskopf, .1. . . 


1.5.00 


North Fork 




♦Solomon & Rubin. 




Landauer, Max . . 


10.00 


Brook.s, B 


5.00 


Sonneborn, M. . . 


5.00 


Litt, Miss Bessie 


10.00 


Catzen. A 


25.00 


Stein, Leon B. . . 


5.00 


Miller, Morris 


5.00 


Rosen, Jack 


5.00 


•Weil, J. 




.Sattler, J. B 


5.00 






Wolf, Leo 


5.00 


Schuster, Chas. . . 


5.00 


Parkersburg: 








Schuster, Mrs. 




Barrett, P. ^Y 


5.00 


AVilliamson 




Edward 


10.00 


Berren, H 


.5.00 


Bank, H 


5.00 






Broide, J. .S 


5.00 


Gaskel, Mrs. M. 




Superior 




Goldstein, Wui. . 
Greenwold, M. ... 


5.00. 
5.00 


V 


5.00 


Siegel Bros 


10.00 


Mercantile Co. B. 






Herscli, Heurv II. 
Kahn, D. H. ... 


5.00 
5.00 


& L 


5.00 


West Bend 




Schwachter, 




•Heller, Isidore. 




Lasky & Son, .T... 


10.00 


Harry 


5.00 






Nathan, Mrs. Ben 


10.00 


Sohn, Eli 


5.00 


FOREIGN 




Salinger, Gus 


5.00 


Steckler. I 


5.00 






Schwarz, A 

Waxelbaum, Max 


5.00 
2.5.00 


WISCOXSIX 




CANADA 




^^elch 




Appleton 

Fox River Lodge 

209. I. 0. B. B. 

Marshall. Louis J. 




Toronto, Ontario 




Hebrew Ladies' 

Aid Society . . . 
Hyman, Morris . . 
.Tosephy, Herman 


20.00 
5.00 
5.00 


10.00 
.5.00 


Scheuer, Edmund 
CHINA 


10.00 


Levinson, I 


5.00 


Ashland 








Lopinsky. Eugene 


25.00 


Levy, Jos. I 


5.00 


Shanghai 




Michaelson, Isaac 


10.00 


•Jacob, Leopold. 




Polan, Samuel . . 


5.00 


Kaukauna 








Scott, D 


5.00 


*Wertheimer, M. A. 




ENGLAND 




AVheelingr 




La Crosse 








Bloch, Samuel S.. 


5.00 


Ansche Chesed 




Eondon 




Broverman. S. . . 


5.00 


Congregation . . 


5.00 


•Meyer, Arthur. 




**Horklieimer, Mrs. 




Bloom, Bernhard. 


5.00 






B. 

Horkheimer, 




Hirshheimer, A.. . 


25.00 


SWITZERLAND 


.Julius 


10.00 


Milwaukee 








Horkheimer, 




B'ne .Te'ihurun 




Rorschach 




Louis 


10.00 


Sabbath School. 


10.00 


••Schoenfeld, Max. 









CONTRIBUTIONS TOTALLING $925.00 

Were Received During the Year from the Following : 



ALABAMA 

Bessemer 

Barr. Max 
Erlick & Lefkovits 
Kartus, Harry 
Rosen, I. 
White, I. J. 

Gadsden 

Hecht, Hugc> 

CALIFORNIA 
Los Angeles 

Hecht, Rabbi S. 



CONNECTICUT 

Hartford 

Kashmann. Isaac 
Margolis, R. 
Mayer, Jerome 

New Haven 

Apsel, Mrs. M. 
Bretzfelder, Henry C. 
Cohen, I. 
Dine, AA'm. 
Flauman, S. B. 
Greenberg. B. 
Lander. Abraham 
Levin, Isaac 



Lyman, S. 
Raphael, Dan H. 
Schneider, Chas. 
Schwartz, A. S. 
Schwartz, I. 
Sherman, M. 

AVest Haven 

Horwitz, R. 

DISTRICT OF 
COLUMBIA 

Washington 

AVest, Emil 



•Life Member. 
••Deceased Life Member. 



THE XATIOXAL FARM SCHOOL 



Jr'LOKlUA 

Gainesville 

Buns. A. 
Burkliiiii. I.. J. 
Eilelsteiu, B. 
Rabiuovitz, D. 

Jaclvsunville 

Moscovitz. Louis 
Safer, Rabbi B. 

Ocala 

Goklinan. B. 
GolJmau, .1. 
Molevar, Fred 
Molevar, J. 

Orlando 

Kleiuuian. J. 
Lieberman, Hymaii 
Liebermau. L. 
Stalberg &: Beriuau 

Falatka 

Comick. S. 
Feigenbaum, I. 
Kanner, M. 
Waxier, Frank 
Waxier, J. 

St. Petersburg 

Hankin. Harry 
Rice, M. 
Shutz, H. 

Sanford 

Moskovitz, R. 

Tampa 

Frank, Asher 
Kaufman, J. 
Kasriel. Joseph 
Kohn, Geo. 

West Tampa 

Aronovitz, Manuel 
Weisberg, Chas. 

Tbor City 

Aronovitz, H. 
Rosenthal, R. 

GEORGIA 

Albany 

Mayer, Daniel 

Athens 

Goldwasser, G. 
Link, M. 

Angnsta 

Hermann, M. 
Tunkle. Max 

Brunswick 

Extrowitz. J. 
Fruchtman, D. 
Fruchtman, I. 
Gerb, J. 
Gordon, Geo. J. 
Hirsh. H. 
Marks, M. R. 
Wengron, I. M. 

Columbus 

Goldstein Bros. 

Gainesville 

Sacks, Jake 

Alacon 

Goldgar, B. 



H.iskiiis. .Vrthiir 
Kai.lau. II. 
Marshall, II. 
Tarchiusky. A. 
\V.ixell)aiii'.i. (;. .T. 
Wt'insteiii. M. 
Wolf, M. 

ILLINOIS 

Bluoniineton 

I.iriugstou. Albert 
Livingston, Harry 

Chicago 

Szold, Esther 
Peoria 

Moskovitz, .Saui 
Wagner. M. 
Weinstein. J. 

INDIAX.A 

Indianapolis 

Messing. Rabbi Mayer 

Mt. Vernon 

Mt. Vernon Sisterhood 

Terre Haute 

Ain, Harry 
Berkowitz. E. 
Becker, Ben 
Berkowitz, H. 
Blumberg. Mrs. Fannie 
Blumberg, Morris 
Blumberg. Rachel H. 
Blumberg. Theresa 
Feibelman, A. 
Feibelman, Ruth H. 
Goodman. Jane Lee 
Lew. M. H. 
Plaut. B. M. 
Rosenfeld Bros. 
Rubin. Nathan M. 
Schultz, A. 
Shower. Philip 
Tatelman. J. 
Wolf, Henry 

KENTUCKY 

Henderson 
Simon, J. W. 
Weiner, Leo. 

Louisville 

Berman. Phil 
Bleiweiss, Wm. 
Farber, Harry 
Grabfelder, Milton 
Kasdan, D. 
Rauch, Rabbi Jos. 
Ringold. J. 
Schulman, F. 
Shamrock Overall Co. 
Shaplnsky. S. 
StruU. Chas. 

Owensboro 

Feuerlight, Miss J. 
Moss, Lee 

Paducah 

Rosenfeld. S. 
Steinfeld. Dr. M. 

MARYLAND 

Baltimore 

Fox. Robert 



Ciiniberlunil 

K la wan. .Joseph 
Kleiustub, Max 

Hagerstown 

.Suniiiiers. li. M. 

M.\S.SA( HCSETTS 

Attleboro 

First Attleburo Lodge. 
No. 44:;. I. O. B. A 

Brockton 

Pride of Brockton 
Lodge, No. 373, 1. O. 
B. A. 

MINNESOT.A 

Duluth 

Altman, Harry E. 

Minneapolis 

Abrams, Martin 
Braunstein, Harry 
Cooper. C. B. 
Dworsky, P. 
Feigelbaum, L. 
Goldfine. Mrs. M. 
Gross, Chas. L. 
Mirviss Mfg. Co. 
Okney & Sons 
People's Scrap Iron Co. 
Robitsheb. Solomon 
Segal Meyer 
Weinstein. .1. 

Rochester 

Kelner, R. 
Virginia 

Bankman, B. 

MISSISSIPPI 

Columbus 
Joseph Herz Lodge, No. 

181, I. O. B. B. 
Krone. M. 
Loeb, L. 

Greenville 

Loeb. Charles 
Schlesinger, M. P. 

Greenwood 

Stein. Joe 

Jackson 

Botnick. H. 
Hatry, Julius 
Isaacs, John 
Manassah Lodge. No. 
20-2. I. O. B. B. 

Meridian 

Bosenbaum. B. M. 

Natchez 

Beekmaa. Sam 
Fry, Louis 



Vicksburg 

Teller, T. 



S. 



West Point 
Cohen, J. A. 
Fraukel, S. B. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Missovni 

St. Louis 
Biiris, J. 
Erlish, I'liilip 
Hack, J. 

Jackinan & Son, P. 
Kloman, H. 
Kraus, Harry 
Leah Ladies' Lodge, No. 

5, I. O. B. A. 
Lipshitz. M. 
Mankofsky & Goldstein 
Mitauer, H. 
Olian, L. W. 
Steinberg, Chas. 
Wall, M. 
Wolff, Mrs. D. 

XEW JERSEY 

Bridgeton 

Rovner, Louis 
Elizabeth 

Krinziaan, N. J. 
Millville 

Fisher, David 
Paterson 

Gordon, David 
Phillipsburg 

Sager. Miss Hannah 

Stone, Max M. 

Trenton 

Leventhal, N. 
Levin, S. 

NEW YOKK 

Albany 

Green, Jos. 
Buffalo 

Brezen, S. 
Dunkirk 

Ballotin, H. 

Ballotin, M. 

Gray, J. 

Haber, I. 

Gloversville 

Klopot, Adolph 
Herkimer 

Schernier, Miss Frances 
Johnstown 

Alpert, A. 

Galinsky, B. 

Newburgrh 

Berkowsky. H. 
Dabrusan Bros. 
Friedman, M. 
Levy. Sol. M. 
Rubin, I. 
Satlof. B. 
Stein, Mrs. C. 

New York 

Heavenrich, Mr. 

Mrs. Julius 
Strouse, Mrs. Eli 
Sylvester, James 

Rochester 
Barth. F. T. 
Mostkov, M. 



and 



Samuels, Loo 
Srenco, H. 

NORTH CAROLINA 

Asheville 

Fater, D. H. 
Finestein, .S. 
Fox, Rev. Ellas 
Meyer, M. 
Michalove, N. 

Durham 

Ladies' Relief Society 
Gastonia 
Cohen, R. 
Honigman. .T. 
Lebovitz. D. 
Levine, S. 
Schneider. H. 
Shuman Brothers 
Shuman, R. 
Silverstein. M. H. 

Greensboro 

Berlin, Phillip D. 
Isaacson, I. 
Kline, H. M. 
Stadium, Morris 
Temko, Max 
Witten, M. D. 

High Point 

Bernard, A. 
Fine, Harry 
Harris. H. 
Rones, .Take 
Rones, ]Max 
Silver, Milton 
Snitzer, Wm 

Kinston 

Hirshfield. Joseph 
Nachamson. Eli 

New Bern 

Bloch, A. 
Kahn, S. H. 
Sultin, N. H. 
Suskin, Sam 

Salisbury 

Nurick, A. 
Urbansky, Wm. 

Wilmington 

Finkelstein. Chas. 
Goldstein, .T. 
Solomon, Albert 

Winston - Salem 

Cohn, A. 
Cohn, M. S. 
Grossman Co. 
Harrison. A. L. 
Wainer. M. S. 
Young, J. L. 

OHIO 

Canton 

Sachs, M. M. 
Cincinnati 

Baron Shoe Co. 
Gordon. H. 
Lauterbach, Tsicas 
Leitz, J. 
Lowe, Josepli 

Cleveland 

Cornsvveet. S. G, 
Feniger, Joe 



Gorrel. S. I'. 
Wagner, J. 

Columbus 

Gurevitz. M. If. 
Levinson, I. A. 
Peer, A. 
Rapenport, L. 
Sculler, Jo=.. 
Stein, Max 

Springfield 

Schadel, Mrs. J. 
Youngstown 

Bloch Brothers 
Dreyfus, Marcel 
Friedman, M. B. 
Glickstein, Louis 
Goldberg, R. 
Gross, Nathan 
Hartzell, Herbert 
Hartzell. Roy L. 
Lsenberg. I'hilip 
Kirsch, Charles 
Robbins, Harry 
Suewind, J. L. 

Zanesville 
Baernstein. A. J. 
Becker, George 
Berman, H. M. 
Goldenberg, A. 
Levinson, M. 
AV'einberg, S. 
Zwelling, M. 

PENNSYLVANIA 

.Allentown 

Gaiman. J. 
Gangewere, W. H. 

Berwick 

Coblentz, Alex 
Fields, H. M. 

Bloomsburg 

Arcus, C. 
Easton 
Bugen, L. 
Kowitz, M. 

Rosenfelt, Est. of Lewis 
Sulkin, Louis 

Ephrata 

Husin. H. 
Gap 

Ansel, Abram M. 
Harrisburg 
Adler & Son. Chas. 
Freedman, Aoraliam 
Zuckerman. Harry 

Johnstown 

Finkelson, Max 
Kadetsky, II. 
Rabinowitz Bros. 
Silverston.^, Harry 

Lancaster 

Ansel. Mrs. Vt'oK 
Canter, A. .T. 
Miller, Barnet 

Lebaison 

Bravin. S. 
Stein, H. I. 

Lehighton 

Grnneberg, L. C. 



TTTR NATIONAL FAR^r SCITOOI, 



MInersville 

Uosenbers, Micli.u 
Spe<'ker, S. 

Mt. Carinel 

Wolf, S. 

on City 

Silbei-lKM-":, AiMoii 

Philadelphia 

niiuik, Mrs. II. 



(iarretsdii. Mrs. 
Lindiuiei', Jtif 



^liiiiiii 



Pittston 

Levin. Ilnrry II. 
Pottsville 

Chluitz. 1. 
Harrison. .I03. 
N'oble, Boris 
Seaman, S. S. 

tjuakertown 

Beuimowitz, Sain\iel 
Fein, Martin 
Freeman, Barney 

Reading 

(Master, Joel 
.Shenandoah 

Gozinsky, Harris 

Sunhiiry 

Blow, Ely 
Hirsch, M. 

Williamsport 

Broznian, N. H. 
Ijevin.son, W. H. 

•SOUTH CAROI.1NA 

Charleston 

Benov, Sam 
Berendt, H. 
Bluesteln. J. S. 
Ellison, M. 
Frank, Meyer 
Givnor, Louis 
Ooldbers, I. M. 
Rubin, Louis D. 
Simon, B. 
Solomon, B. L. 
Turteltaub, .T. 
Volaski, J. A. 

Columbia 

Finkelstein, Moses 
Grelier, I. 
Kramer, G. 
Orenstein, Harry 
Tanenbaum, M. 

Darlington 

Biddel, L. 
Block, Mrs. B. 
Robinson, J. 
Weinberg, R. 

Greenville 

Argintar, S. 
Bloom, J. H. 
Kolin, David 
Relnbard, A. L. 
Saul, Israel 

Spartanburg 
Goldstein, J. 
Harris, Gilbert 



1 lock 1 in, .T. 
LcNine, A. 
Levite, M. 
.Miinii, (iciii'^ic .1. 
M<'Vcrsoii. M. 
Morris. A. 11. 
rrice, I. 

.Sumter 

Alpert, L. 
Auerbacli. .\. 
(ioldbery-. M. 
Kriissaotr. S. 
Moses, llerherl A. 
\\'(>lnl)crg', A. 



TKXNF.SSKE 

(hattunoo^u 
Berylieimer, J. 
Bhiinberg, J. 
Coliii, H. 
Long, Dr. S. L. 
Vudd, Meyer 

Jackson 

Tanini, S. T, 

Knoxville 

("apian, Isaae 



Texarkana 

Fane, B. W. 
Friede, J. .1. 
Friede, Julian S. 
Friedman, Herman 
Kosminsky, Dr. L. .T. 
Lacofslce, Aron 
Lacofske, C. W. 
Novat, Lee 
Papert, S. W. 
Roth, Gus 



VIKGINI.A 

Danville 

Berman, J. 
Kingoff Bros. 
Levinson, Dr. B. 
Lowenstein Brothers 
Rippe, B. A. 
Silverman, J. 
Turk Brothers 

Lynchburg 

Blum, M. 
Cohen, Ben 
Cohen Brothers 
Feinman, A. 
Fogel, F. 
Miller, M. 
Oppleman's 
Rent, C. 

Rosenthal, L. E. 
Sachs, I. 
Schev\'el, Ike 
Temke, S. A, 

Newport News 
Nachman, S. 
Peyser, Sol 
Shimkovltz, M. 

Norfollc 

Frank, Louis 
Kaplan, Mike 
Levine, Phillip 



Pelersljurg 

Blacher, K. 
I'M-iedenberg, Max 
(iellnian, A. 
(lOldstein, S. 
Levitt, I-. 
Ijovenstein Bros. 

PortNmotidi 

Land, 1;. 
Koanoke 

('(dieu, II. 
Glass, Saniiit'l 
Kohen. Win. 
Lew, Frank II. 
Masinter, M. L. 
Moss, II. D. 
Si)igcl, Sam 
Weiiistein, .J. 

WEST VIRGINIA 

Bluefield 

Blook, B. S. 
Fttron, A. 
Gilbert, 10. 
Isacoff, D. 
Schlossberg, G. 
Weinberg, H. 

Charleston 

Bedwanek, Mrs. M. 
Davidson, I. 
Dolinsky, I. D. 
Pushkim, M. 
Wells, Jacob 

Clarksburg 

Baher, Mrs. N. 
Bloch, .Jacob 
Friedberg, H. 
Lester, R. 
Newman, .S. 
Nusbaum, I., & Son 

Keystone 

Budnick. Harry 
Hyman, G. 

Kimball 

Formau, Abe 
Koslow, L. 

Martinsburg 

Cohen, M. 
Lipslc, Louis 
Snyder, Mrs. Aaron 

North Fork 

Brown. L. 
Sellgmau, Julius 
Tots, Louis 
Totz, Harry 

Parkersburg 

Stern, Joseph 

Welch 

Gotleib, L. 
riersbron, J. 
Millner, H. 

Wlllianison 

Brooks, S. 
Lewis, J. 

WISCONSIN 

Superior 

Aronsohn, Herman A 



90 THE XATIOXAL FAR^f SCHOOL 

LET 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. The National Farm School has 
planted thousands of Memorial Trees for departed dear ones, and 
Festive Trees for births, birthdays, confirmations, graduations, 
betrothaLs, weddings, anniversaries, recover}- from illness, etc. 

Each tree is permanently marked with a large steel card. In 
appreciation of this service, contributions have been made as high 
as $1,000 and as low as $5 per tree. All contributions, whether 
high or low. are used for the maintenance of the School, which 
trains, in practical and scientific agriculture, lads from all parts 
of the country, irrespective of creed, free of all charge to them 
for tuition, board, lodging and other necessities. 

You can arrange for the planting of trees by filling out blanks 
below, and mailing same to address given thereon. 



"He that plfintftli a tree is a servant of 
God, 
He provideth a kindness for many 

generations, 
And faces that be bath not seen shall 
bless him." 

— Henrv Van Dyke. 



Who plants a tree is planting bread. 
Is planting shade from glare and 
heat; 
He plants a roof above his head 
And earth beneath his feet." 

— Jessie E. Sampler. 



THE XATTOXAL FAR^[ SCHOOL, 

808 Denckla Building. Philadelphia, Pa. 



Enclosed please find check for $ 

plant tree on the grounds of the School. 



for which 



IN MEMORY OF 



IN HONOR OF 



X^'ame - Event and Date- 



City Xame 



Date of Death- 



City 



Signed bv 



Address 



KAl'.r.I .ItiSin-lI KK.vrsKol'l'. l>.Ii.. l-rcsidnit 1. II. SI l.\l :K.\I A\. 'I'rcastirci- 

471.", I'lilnski Avcinu'. riiilaik-lphia (lilC. Laud Tillc r.uiMiii-, I'liilaili'lipliia 

llAKUV }'•. HIKSII. Cliairniaii I-'inaiiri' ('(iiiimiriiM' 
^iis Druckia ^.^liMiIl,u^ I'liiladcdphia 



fKcntbcrshtp of SHp 5^attonal ifarin §rliooI 

T. tilt' uiulersigned. being- in syni|)aTli\- with The ohjcct of 
"77(( Xafioiia] Farm ScJiooI" — tlie training of lads in the prac- 
tic'p and seienee of agriculture, for agrirultui'al callings — do 
hereby agree to subscribe as one of the Maintainers of the institu- 
tion, the dues of a Life Member ($100.00). Patrox ($25.00), 
SUPPORTER ($5.00^. Friexd ($50.00\ [NTember ($10.00). 



Xanu 



Address 



Date 



XOTE. — Underscore the cla.-^s of membership you Avish to joiu. Life Member- 
ship calls for but oue Uhe flrst) payment. Make cheek payable to THE 
NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL. 



ifotnx of 2I^5tnra to ^hf^ Hattonal ifarrn §rl|00l 

"I give and hecj[ueath unio The Xational Farm School. BucJcs. 

Couniy. 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.'' 



iFnrttt of iB^uts^ 

ON REAL ESTATE OR GROUND RENT 
'*/ give and devise unto The Xational Farm School, Bucl's 
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." 




p^-^-^r^^--^- 





what Arnold Bennett terms 

^ a reckless profusion of clean linen ' ' 

is at the service of any housewife — even when 
she does her own laundry work — if she has an 
electric washing machine. For an electric 
clothes-washer works so quickly, so easily, so 
thoroughly and so completely takes the work 
out of washing, that there is no need to be 
prudent of linen or clothes. 

Electric Washers on Easy Payments are to be 
had at the Electric Shop and our various Dis- 
trict Offices. The easy monthly payments are 
about the same as it costs you for a laundress. 
A small down payment places any of these 
washers in your home. 



The Philadelphia Electric Company 

Tenth and Chestnut Streets 




HE practices real economy who 
buys a Stetson — its smart 
style is held in the hat till the last 
by Stetson quality. 



Stetson,, ,. „ 

C2*chestnut i<-r^Jpmg MmHots 



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cil|0 Bt Jampa l^otH 



Walnut at 13th Street 



TITATlHY not dine today at the 

St. James '? 
You will find the food the very 
best. Many unusual dishes. 
The quick, courteous service can't 
be equaled. The surroundings are 
of the finest. The prices moderate. 



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RM*^ J^^^"'^' 5.LVEUsnnKs 




L/^ Philadelphi 

WHEN DISTINCTIVE ARTICLES ARE WANTED. 

JEWELS SILVERWARE WATCHES CLOCKS 
CHINA GLASS AND NOVELTIES 

illustrated and priced in the 

GIFT SUGGESTION BOOK 

which will be mailed to any part of the World upon request 

STATIONERY THAT IS ABSOLUTELY CORRECT 

WEDDING INVITATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Anniversary Reception Dinner Bridoe and Debut Invitations 
Kindly mention which is wanted and samples will be mailed 



CAPITAL, $1,000,000.00 SURPLUS, $1,500,000.00 

The Commonwealth 
Title Insurance and Trust Co. 

Chestnut and Twelfth Streets 
PHILADELPHIA 



PAYS INTEREST ON DAILY BALANCES 
INSURES TITLE TO REAL ESTATE 

RENTS SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES $4 TO $100 
TAKES ENTIRE CHARGE OF REAL ESTATE 

ACTS AS EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, GUARDIAN AND TRUSTEE 
WILLS RECEIPTED FOR AND KEPT WITHOUT CHARGE 



SAVINGS FUND DEPARTMENT 

JOSHUA R. MORGAN. President JAMES V. ELLISON, Treasurer 



Established 1854 




SPRUCE 5961 



Gutekunst Portraits 

made in the home have the 
same distinctive character as 
those made in our studio 

1 722 Chestnut Street 



1833 



1922 



DAVIS' FURS 

Now in Our 89th Year 

Up-to-date and Exclusive Styles in pTNE FURS 

We invite your inspection 

DAVIS' FUR SHOP 

1120 Chestnut Street Next to Keith's Philadelphia 




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TELEPHONES : 

BELL— 
Walnut 3104 

KEYSTONE— 
Race 6180 



ARD-HITTING, quick-acting 
doers ! An organization 
which counts each minute precious. 
Builders of good buildings — either 
large or small ! No " frills " or 
folderol. Just a group of fighters — 
who get things done. Estimates 
that are low ! 

Briefly that's 



Pierce-Henon Company 
Juniper at Pine Streets 
Philadelphia - Penna. 



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TELEPHONE 



LOCUST 2739 



Exclusive 




Fashions 



1632 WALNUT ST. 



PHILADELPHIA 



Staman &? Dickey Co. 

Lighting Fixtures 
113 Soutfc IGtk Street 
"Philadelphia 



BELL PHONE, SPRUCE 25-66 



THE FUR & MILLINERY SHOP 

INCORPORATED 



1424 Walnut Street 



Philadelphia, Pa, 



The Liverpool and London 
and Globe Insurance Co.. Ltd. 

OF LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND 



Harry W. Stephenson 



A STOCK COMPANY 



LOCAL MANAGER 



331-337 Walnut Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

vn 



Handsome Coats 
and Wraps 



R 



ICH, LOVELY CREATIONS ARE 
THE STRIKINGLY NEW MOD- 
ELS SHOWN BY THE HOUSE 

OF 



Oppenheim, Collins & Co. 



THEY POSSESS JUST 
THE COMBINATION 
OF CHARM AND SERV- 
ICE ABILITY THAT 
THE DISCERNING 
SHOPPER FINDS MOST 
DESIRABLE. 



IN EVERY STYLE, FOR 
EVERY POSSIBLE RE- 
QUIREMENT. THESE 
EXPONENTS OF THE 
MOST RECENT MODE 
ARE TO BE SEEN. 



25.00 to 250.00 




QPPENHElM.Cg'LLINS ^0 



Chestnut and 12th Sts. 



J 



'WTTT- 



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English Things for Men 

including coats by Burberry, Derbies by 
Herbert Johnson as well as A.J. White, both 
of London. Motor Scarfs. Golf Wool Hosiery. 
Heavy Sill^ Cravats. Sticlis. Gloves. 

BLAYLOCK & BLYNN, INC. 

1528 Chestnut Street Philadelphia 



GUARANTEE TRUST & SAFE 
DEPOSIT COMPANY 

PHILADELPHIA MAIN OFFICE 
316-318-320 CHESTNUT STREET 

CENTRAL OFFICE ""^"^^ PHILADELPHIA OFFICE 

cc;vi/^^i. urrvL-c 9 SOUTH 52nd STREET 

1415 CHESTNUT STREET Open in Evening 

CHECKING ACCOUNTS 

SAVINGS FUND ACCOUNTS 

Our aim is to make every customer count his connection 
with this institution as one of his most valuable assets 

Incorporated 1871 CAPITAL, $1,000,000 



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The geuting idea 

has created a Shoe Store and 
a Service that is well-nigh 
irresistible to the discrimi- 
nating man or woman who 
has once experienced its 
benefits. 

GEUTING'S 

1308 Chestnut Street 
1230 Market 19 South 11th 

Shoes and Stockings for Quick Service Men's Shop 

the Family 



EVERY FOOT PROFESSIONALLY FITTED 
—THREE GEUTING BROS. SUPERVISING 



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What do your 
savings earn 
for you ? 



Start a savings account with 
us now — and let your money 
earn more money for you 



IntciGSi 

'aidonSaving<i 

^Lccount'' ^ 



Capital and Surplus, 54,000,000 

West End Trust Company 

Broad Street and South Penn Square 
Philadelphia 



NEWTON GOAi: 

Answers the Burmnd Quesiion. 



George B. Newton Coal Co. 

Franklin Bank Building Philadelphia, Pa. 



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Noted Scientists %r Gas Lighting 



Scientific experiments by noted investigators prove that 
gas lighting improves the air for breathing purposes by helping 
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 harm- 
ful color rays. 

The Bureau of Standards, at Washington, refers in detail 
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. 

Jhe United Gas Improvement Company 



AS PHILADELPHIA LEADS THE WORLD SO 

HARDWICK & MAGEE CO. 

LEAD PHILADELPHIA IN THE 
MANUFACTURE OF 

RUGS and CARPETS 

The high standard of our well-known weaves has been uniformly 
maintained for years, and today we enjoy the confidence and 
respect of the best houses throughout the country. Over one 
hundred sizes of rugs in stock. Special sizes made to order. 

HARDWICK & MAGEE CO. 

3<^^g^^gSg:.^ y RETAILERS OF ALL STANDARD 



^{durable AS IRON 



FLOOR COVERINGS 

1220-1222 Market Street 

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1426 'VotKot sew; 



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COMPLIMENTS 



BROAD ST. and GIRARD AVENUE 
PHILADELPHIA 



CHARLES DUFFY, Jr. 

MANAGER 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

The Broad Street National Bank 

OF PHILADELPHIA 



SOUTHEAST CORNER 

BROAD and DIAMOND STREETS 



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C'^J'l /I^URS is not only 
Ordlal W quick service 

Sit is cordial service. 
PYl)icP ^^^ clerks take our 
U/L/cCC own personal interest 
in each and every 
patron and invariably echo our own sin- 
cere cordiality and good will. 

Because of this, you will find nothing 
is too much trouble to please you — never 
do we want you to leave our shop until 
absolutely perfect satisfaction is assured. 
Your satisfaction is to our interest as 
well as yours, for only in such a mood 
will you have the desire to enter again 
and again our welcoming door. 

Pumps and Oxfords 
Hosiery to Match 

Winkelmait 

Style in Quality Footwear 
1130 CHESTNUT STREET 

At Twelfth 
38-40 South 52d Street 2961-63 Frankford Avenue 






XV 



Compliments 


of 


M:Miyn,Jm 


Specter's 


1310 CHESTNUT STREET 


Women's and Misses' Wearing 


Apparel 



LEwm sno 



Most women attempt a touch of the different 

in dress — just enough to distinguish them 

from others. 

Those who wear Lewin's Shoes attain that 

distinction, as far as footwear is concerned, 

without paying extravagant prices for their 

success. 



Lewin's 



So. I3th LjE VV IN S Below 

Street Quality Footwear Chestnut 

for Women 



XVI 



75he 

Northwestern Trust 
Company 

RIDGE AND COLUMBIA AVENUES 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Capital - - $150,000 
Undivided Profits, $725,000 
On Deposit, over $7,000,000 



THE PLACE to do your general 

Banking and deposit your 

savings 



4 per cent. Interest on Savings 

Fund Accounts 
and 2 per cent, subject to Check 



Open Mondays and Fridays until 9 P. M. 



WILLIAM FREIHOFER ALEX. D. ROBIIvlSON 

President Treasurer 



XVII 



FOR QUICK SERVICE 

TELEPHONE 

CONTRACTORS SPRUCE RAILROAD 
EQUIPMENT \ 'J^^ SUPPLIES 



HARDWARE 



1744 

.JJACOBSIUNON&CO., 

Market Street 
philadelphia 

CONTRACTORS^ 
EQUIPMENT 



TOOLS 



REMEMBER THE NUMBER 



J. JACOB SHANNON & CO. 

1 7AA MARKET STREET -I '7 A A 
1 • ^^ PHILADELPHIA 1 # ^'t 



XVIII 



THE SAMUEL J. CRESWELL 

IRON WORKS 



ORNAMENTAL and STRUCTURAL 

IRON AND STEEL 



23d and Cherry Streets Philadelphia, Pa. 



MiLLwoRK Lumber stairwork 

Wholesale and Retail Distributors: 
Vulcanite Asphalt Roofing Cromar Pre-finished Oak Flooring 

Cornell Wood Board Bishopric Stucco Board 

and SHEETROCK— The Fireproof Wallboard 

Chas. F. Felin & Co., Inc. 

York Road and Butler Street 

f Keystone : North 0601 
PHONES I g^jj . ^.^^^ 3^^Q 



XIX 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

Grushlaw & Sichel 

MAKERS OF 



NOCKABOUT 
KNIT JACKET 



D. F. WATERS 

Germantown Dye Works 

DYER OF 

COTTON WARPS, WOOLEN 

AND 

WORSTED SKEIN YARNS 

53 and 55 WISTER STREET 

GERMANTOWN, PHILA., PA. 



XX 



(^ omplimenls of 

Royal-Ascot Knitting Mills Company 

240 ASHMEAD STREET 
GERMANTOWN 



Compliments of 

FIBRE CONTAINER COMPANY 

OF PENNA. 

Fibre Shipping Cases 
MANAYUNK PHILADELPHIA 



XXI 



Courtesy Service 

Sixth National Bank 

N. W. Corner 2nd and Pine Streets 
PHILADELPHIA 

A National Bank since 1864 that Stands on Its 
Record of Service 



New Savings /f O / Interest 

Fund 



4% 



Department X. / ^ Paid 



Foreign Exchange Department 
Commercial Accounts Invited 

Progress Co-operation 



09956 



Quality 

Lamps and 
I) Lighting Fixtures 



BIDDLE-GAUMER CO. 

3846-56 Lancaster Avenue 
PHILADELPHIA 

XXII 



OWEN LETTER'S 

SONS 



BEST COAL 



MAIN YARD 

Trenton Avenue and Westmoreland 
Street 



XXIII 



Cotnplttnpnts of 



Warn pole's 

FORMQLID 

(Antiseptic Solution) 

T S NOT merely a mouth-wash, though a 
most agreeable and efficient preparation 
for such use. It is excellent for use internally 
or anywhere about the body where a mild 
antiseptic is desired. It is just the thing to 
use in connection with cuts, abrasions of the 
skin, etc., where there is a possibility of in- 
fection. 

The user of FORMOLID finds abundant 
occasions. 

FOR SALE BY ALL 

DRUGGISTS 
In 16-ounce Bottles 

Prepared Solely by 

Henry K. Wampole & Co. 

INCORPORATED 

Philadelphia, U. S. A. 

XXIV 



SAFE MILK 

The purity and healthfulness of Abbotts 
"A" Milk are governed by scientific 
processes called "Laboratory Control. " 

Guarded as it is through daily tests 
there can be no variation in the quality 
and healthfulness of Abbotts "A" Milk. 

All Teachers and pupils of the higher grades 
are invited to visit our Milk «"^ ^ce Cream 
Plants. Arrangements can be made by calling \ 

Baring 0205. 

ABBOTTS ALDERNEY DAIRIES, Inc. 

PHILADELPHIA AND SEASHORE 



French 

CI 



I 



eaners 
and 
Dyers 




The most scientific equipment in the world. Separate building, exhaustive precaution, insure ab- 
solute sanitation— something impossible in ordinary establishments. 

A. F. BORNOT BRO. CO. 

IH PHILADELPHIA 

XXV 



I'h 


e Yewdall & Jones Co. 




^enn marsUh iUtlls 




WORSIED YARNS 


JOHN FISLER, Treasurer 




Office and Mills : 




54th and POPLAR STREETS 




PHILADELPHIA 



MORRELL MILLS 

GEORGE BROOKS & SON CO. 

Manufacturers of 

Sun Fast Upholstery 
Fabrics, Hangings and 
Furniture Gimps 

5426-5436 WYALUSING AVENUE 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

XXVI 



NEVER STOPPED GROWING 



IN FIFTEEN YEARS 



NOW MORE THAN 

24,000 DEPOSITORS 

AND OVER 

$9,000,000 DEPOSITS 



Market Street Title and Trust Co. 

Southwest Corner 52nd and Market Streets 
PHILADELPHIA 



Open Day and Night until 11 P. M. 



BELL PHONE BELMONT 7424 ESTABLISHED 1912 

CHARLES D. HEAVEY 

Motor Trucks with Dump Bodies to Hire 

BRICKS, CINDERS, LUMBER 

AND STONE FOR SALE 

HOUSE WRECKING 

526 North 61st Street Philadelphia, Pa. 



XXVII 



Elastic Stockings 

Trusses 

Abdominal Supporters, etc. 



James R, Kendrick Co, ^ Inc. 

FACTORY: 

Kendrick Bldg., Germantown Ave. and Pastorius St. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



NEW YORK ADDRESS : 205 Sixth Avenue 



Manufacturers of 
High' grade Knitted 
Surgical Elastic 



T5he 
Reyburn Manufacturing Co. 



Paper Specialties 

Tags -;- Tickets -;- Labels 
ALLEGHENY AVENUE AND THIRTY-SECOND STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

XXVIII 




A Vital Need 
Fulfilled! 

The Champion Incandescent Light 
Company has at last given Phila- 
delphia the LARGEST and MOST 
COMPLETE lighting fixture and 
lamp establishment in the East. 

The entire Champion Building 
is devoted solely to the presenta- 
tion of our own famous lamps, 
lighting novelties and fixtures, to- 
gether with the best numbers of 
European and American manu- 
facturers at popular prices. 

Champion service is courteous 
and spontaneous, while Champion 
goods leave nothing to be desired 
in the point of beauty and ulti- 
mate sati.'sfaction. 

Illustrated from our Show- 
rooins is a five-light Colonial 
Dining-Room Fixture with 
Brackets to match. An 
etched design in polished sil- 
ver finish, with enamel inlay. 

Qiampion 

Incandescent/ LIGHT CO. 

633MirkQUt7it 



UgHTING FIXTURE a^ 
T.AMPHKADQUARTERS- 



XXTX 



Capital and Surplus, $2,000,000 



GERMANTOWN 

TRUST 
COMPANY 



Chelten and Germantown Avenues 

Chestnut Hill Office, 8628 Germantown Ave. 
Logan Office, 5001 N. Broad Street 



CHECK ACCOUNTS 2% 
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 3.65% 

TRUSTS, TITLES, REAL ESTATE 
SAFE DEPOSIT, STORAGE 



We Do Everything That a Modern Trust 
Company is Supposed to Do 

TRUST FUNDS OVER 25 MILLIONS 

"There is a Local Advantage" 



American Textile 

Banding 

Company, Inc. 



«g& 



<s 



PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



ESTABLISHED 1877 



iKnttttng iHtUs 



CARDIGAN 

Jackets 
Sweaters 



Pastorious and Osceola 
Streets 

GERMANTOWN, PHILADELPHIA 

FELBER'S 

Garage 

LOUIS FELBER, Proprietor 



Service and 
Courtesy 
Our Aim. 

AUTOMOBILE 
NECESSITIES 



4813-25 Wayne Avenue 

GERMANTOWN, PHILADELPHIA 



XXX 



Compliments of the 

i^amtlton ^tixst Compani| 

PHILADELPHIA 

SAVE THE TABLE 

With a table Pad that has a record of CROWNING SUCCESS, giving the 
utmost satisfaction since 1907. 

Hot dishes, spilt liquids, etc.. never harm the table with WINTER'S PAD. 
Sold by Department and Furniture Stores 

OSCAR WINTER 

PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK CHICAGO 

Schimmel Electric Supply Company 

=^= JOBBERS OF — 



ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 

526 ARCH STREET PHILADELPHIA 

E. H. CARROLL P. F. CARROLL 

Build '^«/> Brick 

THE EVERLASTING MATERIAL 

H. C. CARROLL & SONS 

SIXTY-SEVENTH AND GIBSON AVENUE 
Woodland 7826 PHILADELPHIA 

XXXT 




Be sure to send for our 1923 Seed Cata- 
logue before you buy your seeds, bulbs 
and plants this spring 

Mailed Free for the Asking 



212-14-16 Race Street, Philadelphia 
Pa., U. S. A. 



ESTABLISHED 1876 



COLONIAL 

Old Method 

ROOFING TIN 



Open Hearth 
Copper Bearing 
40 -lb Coated 

The Ideal Roof Covering — 
affording utmost protection 
against weather and lightning 
and adding dignity and value 
to the building. 

FABLE & COMPANY 





INCORPORATED 


WM. HENRY MAULE, Inc. 


837-841 North Third Street 


21st and Arch Sts.. Phila., Pa. 


PHILADELPHIA 


C. H. Howell 


iR000^U^lt 


& Co. 


IMxitstth 


INCORPORATED 


iHtU0 


Paint, Color 

AND 


o:>j i<^ t& 
i^ i^ ti^ 


Varnish Makers 


2023 



PHILADELPHIA 
PENNA. 



XXXII 



AYHITE PINE 
CYPRESS 



J. Gibson Mcllvain 
Company 

PHILADELPHIA 



PRODUCERS OF 

L. & Y. LIME CRUSHED LIMESTONE PULVERIZED 

LIMESTONE RUSHLAND TRAP ROCK HENDERSON 

FOUNDATION STONE HENDERSON CRUSHED MARBLE 

MILL ROAD FOUNDATION STONE 

Our Pulverized Limestone unequaled for clovers and alfalfa. 
When a farm has these, it has everything. 

Lukens & Yerkes 

924-25 Stephen Girard Building 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

WORKS 

Crushers: Earnest, Rushland, Henderson, Pa. 

Quarries: Mill Road, Henderson, Pa. 

Lime Kiln: Earnest, Pa. 



XXXIII 




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mi 




DR!l©(0)[^[?(S)[^/^ir[E[Q] 



4^' 



pupct 
nnam 



iter St. anb Sn^bet 

[PKlDLamEILlPKlDa 



XXXIV 



ESTABLISHED 1823 



John B. Ellison & Sons 

WOOLENS 



EVERYWHERE 



Mnnufnttnrtng^ 
Company 

''ECLAT'' HAMMOCKS 

COUCH HAMMOCKS 

''Delfeld Quality'' 
Turkish Towels and Bath Mats 

SOLD BY LEADING DEPARTMENT STORES 

Allegheny Ave., Ninth and Tenth Sts. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

XXXV 



BELL PHONE, WYOMING 0441 

mm 



Manufacturers of 



Worsted Fabrics 



BELFIELD AVENUE AND WISTER STREET 
Germantown, Philadelphia 



AnhtButB 
iHUl Company 

FRANKFORD, PHILADELPHIA 

Manufacturers of 

Fabrics for Dress and Suit Trade 
and Cloakings 

^^m IfDrk ©ftirr - 404 ifottrti} Au^, 

XXXVI 



ROBERT M. LOWER. Treasurer 



Nicetown Dye Works 

ORIGINATORS OF 

AMERICA'S STANDARD 
HOSIERY BLACK DYE 

DYERS 

Of Fast Colors on Hosiery and Yarns 
Wool Rawstock 



WESTMORELAND AND C STREETS 
PHILADELPHIA 



Amber Dye Worlds 



INCORPORATED 



DYERS AND FINISHERS 

WORSTED AND WOOLEN 
YARNS 



AMBER, MARTHA AND BERGER STS. 
PHILADELPHIA 



XXXVII 



JACOB KNUP 
President 



WM. J. GUTEKUNST 
Vice-Pres. & Treas. 



JACOB KNUP, JR. 
Secretary 



THE 

Hellwig Silk Dyeing Co. 

Address all communications to 

NINTH AND BUTTONWOOD STREETS 
PHILADELPHIA 



Office and Main Plant 

Ninth and Buttonwood Streets 

Phones: Poplar 8194-8195 



Branch 
Wissinoming, Phila. 



COLD WATER SHRINKING 



CROWN LUSTRE 



Keystone Cloth Sponging 
Worlds 



T. H. DIVINE & CO. 



215 and 217 North Third Street 



Phones 
Bell, Market 0673 
Keystone, Main 6737 



PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



XXXVIII 











Columbia SilJ^ 
Dyeing Co. 




1 Mill 


! ! M 1 ! M 








Attxfxtml #tlk 
2ilark tinh Cnlnrs 








Keystone Phone, Park J 808 
Bell Phone, Columbia 1119 






- 1726-30 ^. Howard St. 
Philadelphia 




1 Mill 


1 1 1 1 1 















XXXIX 



36th and Grays Ferry Road Market at 30th Street 

Wilson-Martin Co. 

Pacl^ers and Provisioners 

PHILADELPHIA 



FRESH MEATS OF BLUE RIBBON BRAND 

UNSURPASSED QUALITY MEAT DELICACIES 



CHARLES HARLAN JOHN NOBLE, JR. 

President Vice-Pres. & Treas. 

WM. A. HAINES 
Secretary 



Company 

Abattoir and Salesrooms 

30TH AND RACE STREETS 
PHILADELPHIA 

XL 



Lombard 25-03 Long Distance Bell Phone, Lombard 25-04 



ITarob M. ^mttl| Sc (En. 

WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS 



"'".Z'sfsT FRESH AND SALT 
WATER FISH 
POULTRY AND GAME 



IT Bork ^t. 3fi&^ MavkH 



Supplying Hotels, Institutions, Steamships "Our Business' 
Wholesale Trade. Also Storekeepers in General. 



STORAGE MOVING PACKING SHIPPING 

Main Offices: Delaware Ave. & Green St., Phila. 

Operating Nine Warehouses, covering 20 Acres of Space 

CONNECTING WITH THE FOLLOWING RAILROADS 

PHILA. & READING 
PENNSYLVANIA BALTIMORE & OHIO 



XLI 



NEW YORK 
40 White Street 



CHICAGO PHILADELPHIA 

412 South Wells Street Lehigh Ave. & Howard St. 



Ward-Davidson Company 




MANUFACTURERS OF 

TURKISH TOWELS, BATH 

RUGS, ROBING AND TERRY 

NOVELTIES 

PHILADELPHIA 



W- H. & A. E. MARGERISON & CO. 



TU RK1SH "^m TOWELS 



Durable - Absorbent - Attractive 

TURKISH TOWELS 
WASH CLOTHS AND BATH MATS 



Jasper and Huntingdon Sts. 



Philadelphia 



THEO. F. MILLER, 

President and General Manager 



F. LEIGHTON KRAMER, 

Secretary and Treasurer 



TURKISH TOWELS 
RUGS AND NOVELTIES 



iar unh (Evt^t^nt Cnmpanjj 



^ttncock atth SI^J^isli Au^. 



pilUab^lpl^fit 



ROBEKT N. WHINNEY 



New York Salesroom: 242 Fourth Avenue 



John W. Kershaw Company^ inc. 



Manufacturers of 



Wa/is-rek 

YOUR GUARANTEE 
REVERSE THE NAME 



TURKISH TOWELS - 



NEW YORK OFFICES 

'60 Worth Street 
EDWARD N. HILL 

SALES MANAGER 



WASH CLOTHS - BATH MATS 

1734 North Fifth Street 
Philadelphia 

XLII 



T R McCUTCHEON & BRO. 



INCORPORATED 

MANUFACTURERS 



Men s NecI^Wear and Reefers 

Main Office 
ELEVENTH AND ARCH STREETS PHILADELPHIA 

Eskimo Knitting Mills 

INCORPORATED 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

High Grade Knit Goods 

EAST THOMPSON AND ELKHART STREETS 

Phone Connection PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Hensel Silk Mfg. Co. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

TRIMMINGS 

1011-1015 DIAMOND STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 

Hughes & Bradley Co. 

MAKERS OF 

NECKWEAR FOR MEN 



ST. GEORGE BUILDING 

S. W. COR. 13th and ARCH STREETS 

PHILADELPHIA 

XLIII 



(f^liu^r ICttttttng Company 



INCORPORATED 

Silk and Silk- and- Wool 



k and Silk- and- Wool LJ^^ o^^^ •■/•'%> 

FULL-FASHIONED nosiery 



HANCOCK AND ALLEGHENY AVE. 
THIRD AND HUNTINGDON STS. 



BELL PHONES KEYSTONE PHONE 

Kensington 6713 Park 2717 

6714 

"■= Quality First 

CLARENCE L. MEYERS 

Y^ R N S 

SECOND AND SOMERSET STS. PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

DANIEL J. TAYLOR SAMUEL J. TAYLOR 

TAYLOR BROTHERS 

Successors to E. Wilkinson & Son 
MANUFACTURERS OF 

AMBER AND ADAMS STS. 
'Cumberland Mills PHILADELPHIA A^eu; York Office 

Amber and Adams Sts. 15-17 Thomas St. 



H. M. FREEMAN 

WOOLEN and V/rt-nc 
WORSTED -* ^'"5 



1 08- 1 W. OXFORD ST. PHILADELPHIA 

XLIV 



ESTABLISHED 1879 

MATTHEW MURPHY & SON 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

TAPES and BINDINGS 

S. E. CORNER 

Third and Cumberland Sts., Philadelphia 



Wi. ii. Butt Company, Inc. 

^ucrcasors tn A- *£ictflev Sc Conipnuu 
..■§pecialta in.. 

Watst^h anh Cotton ^arne 
Maacl}BV §tr00t anh ilHontgnttipra Aupnu^, ptitlad^lplim 



ERNST MULLER, Proprietor 

pij00ittx Bg^ Works 

DYERS OF 

SILK AND COTTON Clearfield and Witte Streets 

HOSIERY PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

FIDELITY FINISHING WORKS, Inc. 

DYERS AND FINISHERS 

OF 
Men's Wear and Dress Goods 

Witte below Allegheny Avenue 
H. ST. CLAIR WAGNER PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

XLV 



G. A. BISLER, Inc. 

Paper ^ojce*s 



245-55 NORTH SIXTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

NEW YORK FACTORY : 70 Washington Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
PITTSBURGH FACTORY: Third Ave. and Ross St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 




HUSKEY MANUFACTURING 
COMPANY 

OFFICE PARTITIONS 

DRUG and 

STORE FIXTURES 

INTERIOR 
WOOD WORK 

Columbia Avenue and Howard Street 
COLUMBIA 1272 PARK 1144 



PLAIN-FANCY 



TATE'R DATZ 'BOXES 



537-41 N. Third Street 



THOMAS H. BALL 

President and 

Treasurer 



Bell Telephone, Camden 324-326 FRANK H. BENRATH 

General Manager 



ENGLISH SYSTEM 

FOR 

MEN'S WEAR AND DRESS GOODS 



SELLING AGENT 
THOMAS H. BALL 

Philadelphia, Boston, Providence 
New York 



Highland Worsted Company 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

FINE WORSTED YARNS 
CAMDEN, N. J. 

XLVI 



A. Waxman & Company 
GLASS 

420-22-24 NORTH THIRD STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

FREDERICK J. WENTZ 

Successor to IG. BERNERT & CO. 

MAKER OF 

Exclusive Willow and Reed Furniture 

2233-37 GERMANTOWN AVENUE 

BOTH TELEPHONES PHILADELPHIA 

Laurel Soap Manufacturing Co. 

INCORPORATED 

WM. H. BERTOLET & SONS 

Textile Soaps and Oil Products 

Howard, Hope and Palmer Streets 
PHILADELPHIA 

SCHOLLER BROS., Inc. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

"Soaps that Satisfy" 

AMBER AND WESTMORELAND STREETS 

PHILADELPHIA 

XLVII 



M. PHILLIPS M. WOLF L. PHILLIPS J 

I 

National Hair Cloth Co. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

HIGH GRADE HAIR CLOTH 

JASPER AND ORLEANS STREETS 

BOTH PHONES PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

BOTH PHONES 

J. TURNER & CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

HAIR CLOTH 

253 Ashmead Street, Germantown Philadelphia, Pa. 



GEORGE M. HEPWORTH ALFRED T. MASTELLER 

JOHN M. HEPWORTH ALBERT A. SCHUMANN 

William Hepworth & Sons 

Manufacturers of 

All Grades of Garnetted Worsted Wastes 

Dealers in 

WOOL, Noils and Worsted Wastes 

OFFICE: 13 Letitia St. MILL: Trenton and Susquehanna Aves. 

Phones: Lombard 3373, Main 3789 Phone: Kensington 4463 



MANUFACTURER OF 

Upholstery Goods Curtains 

Draperies Scarfs 

Table and Couch Covers 



2015 EAST BOSTON AVENUE PHILADELPHIA 

XLVIII 



Geo. L. Tallman 

Braijman 

337 North Third Street 



Residence, General 

1928 N. Hancock St. Bonded License 

l^ugij U. iHlcCarron 

UNITED STATES 
BONDED TEAMSTER 

16 North Front Street Philadelphia 

Keystone Phone, Park 1064 Bell Phone, Kensington 6497 

GEORGE WEISS CO. 

Cabinet Woah Wtitk 

1216-18-20-22 NORTH MASCHER STREET 

Bank and Philadelphia, Pa. Bulk 

Office Partitions Windows 

S. H. ROBBINS J- J. EDELMAN, C. E. 

Robhins Contracting Co. 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 
AND BUILDERS 

1137-39 N Front Street Phila., Pa, 

XLIX 



CHAS. E. NOBLIT, President JOS. KOHN, Vice-President 

Noblit Bros. & Co., Inc. 

JOBBERS OF 

CABINET HARDWARE and 
UPHOLSTERERS' SUPPLIES 

222 SOUTH SECOND STREET, PHILADELPHIA 

ESTABLISHED 1849 INCORPORATED 1917 

American Baby Carriage Factory 

MANUFACTURERS OF 



-.<3^ 



fPh- 



P M I Ui A D E L P H I A 



CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES AND TOYS 

L. RIEBER & CO. 16 NORTH FOURTH STREET 

Proprietors Philadelphia, Pa. 

SCHOENHUT'S TOYS EDUCATIONAL TOYS 

MANUFACTURED IN PHILADELPHIA SINCE 1872 

Schoenhut's Toy Pianos Schoenhut's All-Wood Dolls 

Schoenhut's Humpty-Dumpty Circus Toys, Etc. 

THE LATEST 

SCHOENHUrS INDOOR GOLF 

THE IDEAL GAME FOR HOME OR CLUB 

THE A. SCHOENHUT COMPANY, MFRS. Philadelphia, Pa. 

JOHN SMITH FRANK B. PUTT 

President and Treasurer Vice-President and Secretary 

BRANDLE & SMITH CO. 

MANUFACTURING CONFECTIONERS 

EXCLUSIVE MANUFACTURERS OF 

ORIGINAL SPECIALTIES IN HARD CANDIES 
Satin Finish (trade mark) Confections 

Eighth, Ninth and Dauphin Streets Philadelphia 



Manufacturers of 

QUALITY PAINTS 



AND 



WOOD FINISHING PRODUCTS 

Richmond and Tioga Sts. Philadelphia 

J\teMi@i3tumbiiiq; J^ippligf' 
^^515:Arch^C>hilcxdelphicx- 



Edward H. Reuss, Jr. 

30TH & RACE STREETS 
PHILADELPHIA 

POWER HEATING and PLUMBING 

PIPING CONTRACTOR 

James E. Tague & Co. 
Slumber ant 

Wall ^cath 

Tenth and Columbia Ave. Philadelphia 

LI 



The Hughes Thread Mfg. Co. 

iiffor Eupry JJurposp 

Saving Contng 

Orthodox and Horrocks Sts. 

FRANKFORD, PHILA. 

B^rk Manufartxtring Co. 

Makers of 

SUNFAST SILK and MERCERIZED YARN GOODS 

TAPESTRIES, SILK SCARFS, DRAPERIES 

AND TABLE COVERS 

^tiUattelpijia iFartorij anil §hnuiroarn: 

llnttg anJi i£vxpsv BttBBta ^rankfarh 

Pendlebury & Son 

Aramtnga 

NAPPING, PRINT, DYE 
And FINISHING WORKS 

— FRANKFORO, PA. 



Bell and Keystone Cable Address: 

Telephones Milperse, Philadelphia 

PERSEVERANCE MILLS 

Manufacturers of Woolen and Worsted Yarns 

UJanagunk, pi^tla.. Pa. 

LII 




Bib 



erman 



DrOtherS Manufacturers of 

Wash Dresses 



FIFTEENTH AND MT. VERNON STREETS 

With 'NnvtBW iffabric Cn^ 

Fast T^ A T^ T^ C For Tying 
Color J. JT^ mT H^ t^ Vegetables 

931-937 Market St. Philadelphia 

GLOBE KNITTING MILLS 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

1723-29 N. Philip St. Philadelphia, Pa. 

HANCOCK YARN MILLS 

INCORPORATED 
FRANKFORD - PHILADELPHIA 

Mercerized and Dyed Yarns 



HEDDLES 
LIECE RODS 
BEAMING RAITHES 



ESTABLISHED 1875 



PATENT 
WIRE DUPE 
HARNESS 



USalk^r Mannttittuting, Cn., Inc. 

Manufacturers of 

REEDS AND MEDDLE FRAMES 

LIII 



FRED. PEARSON & CO., inc. 



Manufacturers QF F TO J W FOR EVERY 
of r^ I ^ i J^ MM PURPOSE 



LEVERINGTON AVENUE AND WILDE STREET 

MANAYUNK, PHILADELPHIA 

J. SULLIVAN «& SONS MFG. CO. 

TAPES, STAY BINDINGS 
FANCY TRIMMINGS 

2224 N. NINTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA 

WILLIAM SKINNER & SONS 

MANUFACTURERS 

SILKS AND SATINS 
holvoke^'mass 1101-1105 Market Street 



TELEPHONE p p ^^'l-I^vARTz 

CONNECTIONS V-'* ■■— '• ►JX-^X ± TT X-VAX. X ^^ 

Manufacturer of 

UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE 

Represented by 231-233 S. AMERICAN STREET 

L. H. SCHWARTZ PHILADELPHIA 

DAVID S. CANTOR 

SHOE JOBS AND NOVELTIES 

ALWAYS ON HAND 

BELL TELEPHONE 311 ARCH STREET 

MARKET 3425 PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

HARRY COHEN & COMPANY 
WOOL TOPS 

Manufacturers of Worsted Yarns 

216 Chestnut Street : Philadelphia, Pa. 

LIV 



THE HOUSE WE RECOMMEND 



WhiOLESALE, 



402-404 N. Second Street 

Philadelphia 
SUPPLYING INSTITUTIONS and HOTELS "OUR BUSINESS 



Delaware Storage and Freezing Co. 

211 CALLOWHILL STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



John J. Hitschler & Son 

RECEIVERS — WHOLESALERS — JOBBERS 

BUTTER and EGGS 

1221-1223 South Street Philadelphia 

ROBERT L. BEYER CHARLES C. STAHL J. R. HANLING 

Headquarters for White Pekin Ducklings 

BEYER & CO., Inc. 

WHOLESALERS AND JOBBERS IN 

Poultry, Butter, Eggs and Cheese 
235 Callowhill Street 

Keystone Telephone, Main 3035 Bell Telephone, Market 5277 and 5278 

LV 



MICHELLS 




Markets 



PHILADELPHIA 
Everything for Lawn, Farm and 
Garden. Get a Catalog. 

MICHELL S HOUSE 



Henry Specht, Jr. Daniel W. Sperry 

Specht & Sperry 

Contractors 
ttnh 

643 HEED BUILDING 

1213-15 FILBERT ST. 

Philadelphia 



CJnntractors for ttje 
Marvin 2Iaaker ilHeittorial ii^all - 



Bell Phone, Walnut 3083 



Slotits ?Ru9^r 
Company 



Established 1867 



Manufacturers of 



COPPER & GALVANIZED 

IRON CORNICE BAY 
WINDOWS & SKYLIGHTS 

TIN, TILE, 
SLATE & SLAG ROOFING 



XH03-05 H. ifiauvtl} .§t. 



IS MAKING PHILADELPHIA A 
BETTER PLACE TO SLEEP IN 



Wm. H. 

McMahen 

Company 



242-44 -4B #. 2nh §tr^^t 



LVI 



The 




William H. Lorimer's 


Weimar Brothers 


Sons Co. 

Ontario and Lawrence Streets 


Manufacturers of 

Tapes 
Bindings 


Philadelphia 


and 


MANUFACTURERS OF 


Narrow Fabrics 


MERCERIZED 


2046-48 AMBER STREET 


COTTON YARN 


PHILADELPHIA 


Bell Telephone, Kensington 1279 


Loopers 


Meyers & Reimet 


Looper Cutters 

and 

Seamers 

John W. Hepworth 


DYERS 

Of SILK and 


COTTON HOSIERY 


& Co. 


110-112 W. Turner Street 
PHILADELPHIA 


NORTHWEST CORNER 

Lehigh Avenue and Mascher Street 

PHILADELPHIA 


Established 1868 

John M. Schwehm's Sons 


CAMEL 
DYES 


MANUFACTURERS OF 

Hair Cloth 
and Silk 


STANDARD 
EVERYWHERE 


Upholstery Goods 
13 to 15 WISTER ST. 

Below Cermantown Ave. 

Telephone Connection 
P. O. Station "G" 


John Campbell & Co. 

Second Street and Girard Avenue 

PHILADELPHIA 


Germantown, Philadelphia 


Chas. F. Credo, Mgr. 



LVII 



Bell, Walnut 3700 
Keystone, Race 2185-3581 



Supply Co^ 



INCORPORATED 



Hotel and Restaurant 
Supplies 



BEEF, VEAL, LAMB, PORK 
POULTRY, LARD 

BUTTER, EGGS, AND ALL KINDS 
OF SMOKED MEATS 



908-10-12-14 Ridge Avenue 
PHILADELPHIA 



MYER CLAITMAN Bell, Lombard 4251 
HARRY EPSTEIN 



Claitman 
& Epstein 

CABINET AND 
MILL WORK 

OFFICE PARTITION AND 
STORE FIXTURES 

Architectural Woodwork 

309-311 Reed Street 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 




A deliciously Smooth Ginger Ale 

that's made of Ginger and not 

of Capsicum 

Always 

Have Some 

On Ice 

ALSO 

BLUE ANCHOR 

SASS 

BIRCH BEER 

and 
ROOT BEER 

Phone Us Today 
TIOGA 2495 

JOHN FRIEDRICH 

SOLE OWNER 

5th and RisingSun Ave., Phila., Pa. 

"Blue Anchor Beverages" 



BELL, LOMBARD 4013 
KEYSTONE, MAIN 2075 



H. Robinson 

American 

Metal 
Company 

«^ 

Northeast Corner 

WATER and MIFFLIN STS. 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



LVIII 



Landis & Company 

Wholesale Dealers, Importers and 

Manufacturers' Agents of 

CARPETS, RUGS 

LINOLEUMS 
MATTINGS AND 

House furnishings 

Salesrooms 

45 NORTH THIRD STREET 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Established 1885 

Ignatius Haaz 

Manufacturer of 

Sample Books 

Phonograph Record 
Albums 

404-412 BROWN STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Market 1403 Telephones Park 4828 

HEATING Kti^iBs 

** That's Our Business" 

GET OUR PRICES 

"We Do It Right and Guarantee It" 

If You Contemplate Installing a 

FURNACE ^{^liils 

Get Our Prices They Are Lowest 

We Are Sole Distributors of the 

KhT^ KARBURETOR 

A Coal Saving Device wrhich is easily 
attached (while fire is burning) to any type 
of Boiler, Furnace, Coal Range or Parlor 
Stove. It Saves Coal and Gives More Heat 

FRED'K SARIN & CO., Inc. 

HOWARD MILLER, President 

237-239-241 BREAD STREET 



Established 1866 



Incorporated 1899 



Artman Treichler 
Company 

Manufacturers' Agents 
Wholesale Dealers and Importers 

Carpets, Rugs, Mattings 

Linoleums, Oil Cloths 

Wood and Willow Ware 

Warehouse 

York Avenue and Willow Street 

Office and Salesrooms 

626 ARCH STREET, PHILA. 
Bell Phone, Lombard 7863 

Mttttipolittin 

Electric Supply 

Company 

WHOLESALE 
Electric Supplies 

45 N. SEVENTH STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Fisher, Bruce 
& Company 

IMPORTERS AND 
WHOLESALERS OF 

China, Crockery, Glass- 
ware, Electric Lamps 
and Fixtures 

Silverware 
219-221 MARKET STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



LIX 



GEORGE H. SNYDER 

PAPER BOXES 

3631-3639 N. SMEDLEY STREET PHIL A., PA. 

TIOGA 5576-5577 

PAPER - BOX - MANUFACTURER 

iFrankfnr& Aup. Sc Suan §t. JFrankfarli, pi7Ua. 

F. SCHOETTLE, inc 

Paper Boxes and Mailing Tubes 

310 Florist St. Philadelphia 

Bell Phone, Market 0640 

JOHN MARTIN 

iaarktng H^ax 

iJjanufartur^r 

1436 N. Sixth St. Philadelphia 

Bell Phone, Dickinson 0453 Keystone, Race 56-51 A 

JOHN J. FODEY 






2l0x^0 



25th and Tasker Sts. Philadelphia 



BOTH 
PHONES 



Standard Packing Box Co. 

Manufacturers of the kind of f) \_) y\_ £^ ^ you want when you want them 

16G5.1607 N. FRONT ST., PHILADELPHIA 

LX 



ij^enttj A. i^xttxtt^^ ^ons Co. 



IRON, STEEL AND METALS 



4501 2{!cI)monj1 §trr^t 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



FiferABeattv 



Front St. & Lehigh Ave. 
Philadelphia 



MILL SUPPLIES 

HARDWARE 

and TOOLS 



SEES & FABER CO. 

2008-10 N. FRONT STREET 

Hardware, Cutlery, Tools, Mills, Machinist, Auto 
and Radio Supplies 

MORRIS, WHEELER & CO, 

PHILADELPHIA 

Iron and Steel 



Henry B. Pancoast Co. 

946-62 N. FRONT STREET PHILADELPHIA 

PIPE - VALVES - FITTINGS - PUMPS 

SKINNER IRRIGATION SYSTEMS 



Bell Phone, Tioga 3605 
SHEET METAL 

CORNICES 
SKYLIGHTS 



SHEET METAL WORK 



The J. Edw. Linck 
Sheet Metal Works 

2947-49-51 N. MARSHALL STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



Keystone Phone, Park 1142 
ROOFING 



TIN, TILE, SLATE, SLAG 

and CORRUGATED IRON 

ROOFING, SPOUTING 

and All Kinds of 

REPAIRING 

PAINTING 

OF ROOFS, ETC. 



LXI 



ESTABLISHED 1857 

Ellwood Allen 
Lumber Co. 

SAW and PLANING 
MILLS 

Building Lumber, White Pine 

Hardwood, Beaver Board 

Sash Doors, Shutters, Frames 

Moulding, Sheetrock 

TRENTON AVE. AND ANN ST. 
PHILADELPHIA 



Lumber 

Pbtla&^lphfn 

Chas. Leibrick Edward Leibrick 

Chas. Leibrick 
& Brother 

Draymen 



20 SOUTH WATER STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



Bell Phone, Tioga 5993 
Keystone Phone, North 0057 



John Warner 



Hardwoods f 1 

and Building LUIllDCr 



Coal 



1707 HUNTING PARK AVE. 

PHILADELPHIA 



HARDWOODS 
HEMLOCK 



WHITE PINE 
N. C. PINE 



"Our Prices Are Right" 

LUMBER 

Quick Auto Service to Any 
Part of the City 

Brady -Hindle Co. 

47th and Woodland Ave. 

Philadelphia 
PHONE US YOUR WANTS 



BELL PHONE 
Woodland 7324 



KEYSTONE PHONE 
West 1891 



Fink^s 
Express 



51-53 N. THIRD STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



Bell Phone 
Market 6353 



Keystone Phone 
Main 8032 



LXII 



Have You Looked Over Our Line 'X' A Of IT CO 
of DINING ROOM i /VDL.n.O ; 

If Not Why Not Give Us a Call 

Philadelphia Table Co., Inc, 

1609-11-13-15 N. FIFTH STREET PHILADELPHIA 



MORRIS OZLEK 
Proprietor 



iVmrriran Art CUn. 

Antique Specialties and Artistic Wood Turning 
FINE WORK TO ORDER 

803 Brown Street Philadelphia 

Phone, Poplar 1136 BUILDINGS DEMOLISHED 

Central House Wrecking Co. 

Dealers in All Kinds of Building Materials 

Rr\ti rrJ^i- rtrtrJ ^r\1^ Lumber, Millwork, Plumbing Supplies, Pipes 
OUUgfU UriLl iDUia and Fittings, Office Furniture, Store Fixtures 
Restaurant Fixtures. § yV. Cor. 12th and Spring Garden Sts. 

MATUSOW BROS. 

PAPER AND WOOLEN C^^^^l* ^ 
MANUFACTURERS' OUppiieS 

Both Phones 454-58 N. NINTH ST., PHILADELPHIA 

Samuel W. Kooperman Herman Kooperman 

Edw. Kooperman & Sons 

Painting and Decorating 

ESTABLISHED 1890 
Bell Phone, Poplar 0188 N. E. Cor. 29th and Poplar Sts. 

Keystone Phone, Race 5020 Philadelphia 

East 528-29 Kensington 0152 

A. ROSE & SON, Inc. 

Paper Mills Supplies 

2521-41 East York Street PHILADELPHIA 

LXIII 



Union Chemical Works 

High Grade Fertilizers 

ALL KINDS OF 

FERTILIZER MATERIALS 

NORTH WALES. PA. 



PRINTING ^l 

JL. ^ y^ J • careful auueiiLiuii as ii t 

of Quality p"^°"""^ '° °"^ °'"" 



Mail and Telephone Orders 

given the same prompt and 

ul attention as if delivered 



NORMAN B. NUSS 

203 SOUTH MAIN STREET 
BELL TELEPHONE 1 54 NORTH WALES, PENNA. 

Norristown Magnesia and Asbestos Co. 
ASBESTOS PRODUCTS 

PIPE AND BOILER COVERINGS 
Heat and Cold Insulations 

NORRISTOWN, PA. 
ESTATE OF GEO. S. SNYDER 

Hatfield Mills, Coal and Lumber Yards 

Specialties — Excelsior Brands 

TABLE CORN MEAL, BUCKWHEAT FLOUR 
HIGH GRADE WHITE RYE FLOUR, WHEAT 
and RYE GRAHAMS, BALED HAY and STRAW 

Service and Quality Our Slogan 
Phones 44 and 39 J HATFIELD, PA. 

LXIV 



Don't Pay Big Prices 



Come in and be convinced we have 
the finest and largest selection and 
lowest prices. 



Electric 
Fixtures 




Visit our 
Showrooms 



and 



SAVE 
MONEY 



^lSl 




Reliance Gas & Electric Fixture Co. 

1511 Arch Street :: Philadelphia 



LXV 



BARING 0874 

MARCELLE SHOP 

EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY 

4049 GIRARD AVENUE PHILADELPHIA 

BELL, Belmont 9454 

LADIES' GOWNS and SUITS 

1220 N. FORTY-FIRST STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



SIcU Q^vlv\}l}onv, DtnmnitJJ 4521 






Qrrnrattans 



«^ 



mall papers i^^r Wtst BaupliUx street 

anh Cretonnes jfiiHaftclpiTia 



LX\'I 



BOSTON READING 

ALBANY NEW YORK 



Schell, Longstreth & Co. 
Cotton Yarns 

230 and 232 CHESTNUT STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 




The Silk Stockings that Wear 



Lehigh Silk Hosiery Mills 



INCORPORATED 
NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA NORRISTOWN 

ELIAS NUSBAUM & BRO. 

Electrical Contractors 

AMONG THE LEADERS FOR MORE THAN 30 YEARS 
2023 Sansom Street 

C* 1 il \T ■• ID 1 2d St. and Girard Ave. 

tilgntn liatlOnal Bank Philadelphia, pa. 

ESTABLISHED 1864 

Trust and Savings Fund Departments 

SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT 

STRONG -:- SAFE -:- SUCCESSFUL 

LXVII 



Branch Store : 

306-310 Reading Terminal Market 



Vienna 

Bread 

Bakery 



lEpp^r's 



609 N. 5th St. 

PHILADELPHIA 



Special — Hotels and Restaurants Supplied 
FACTORY— BURLINGTON, IOWA 

Mississippi Pearl 
Button Company 



Sal 



esroom ; 



1017 ARCH STREET 

p. LAUBER Philadelphia, Pa. 

J. Sellers Pennock 

SANITARY 
PLUMBING 
and HEATING 

1220 Locust Street 



Agent for RUSSWIN Hardware 
Russell & Erwin Manufacturing Co. 

Adolph Soeffing 

& Company 

HARDWARE 

833 Arch Street, Philadelphia 

Manufacturer of 

OFFICE & BANK PARTITIONS 

STORE FIXTURES 

19 S. Eighth Street 
724-26-28 Ludlow Street 
41-43 N. Hutchinson Street 



PHILADELPHIA 



Bell Phone, Keystone, 

Filbert 2609 Race 6033 

D. L. Hanley 

BUTTER, EGGS, POULTRY 

1032-1043 

j^hiln&elpbia 

MEATS 

1203 IFUb^rt §tr^^t 

J^iiiin&elpbtn 

M. & J. B. McHUGH 

CONTRACTORS 

892 Markoe Street 

PHILADELPHIA 

MAGAZINER, 
EBERHARD & HARRIS 

- ARCHITECTS - 



603 Chestnut Street 

PHILADELPHIA 

Robert L, Latimer 
& Co, 

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

24-26 North Front Street 

PHILADELPHIA 



LXVIII 



Boyertown 

Burial 
Casket Co. 



PHILADELPHIA, PA. 
BOYERTOWN, PA. 
NEW YORK, N. Y. 



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



FERGUSON 
CARPET CO, 

Stenton Ave. & Rockland St. 

Wayne Junction 

Philadelphia 

Philadelphia Manufacturers' 
Mutual Fire Insurance Company 

COMMER CIAL TRUSTS UILDING 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

EDWIN I. AT LEE, President 
Compliments of 

5819 GERMANTOWN AVE. 
^1}B ^tappBv §tnr0 

Bell Phone, Sherwood 0525 

Mrs. Joseph D. Schiller 
GOWNS 

263 South Fifty-Seventh Street 



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 Street, Philadelphia 

150 Duane Street, New York 

Scarry lEmsk 
Sc Companij 

«^ 

40 NORTH SIXTH STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 

ARMY & NAVY 
STORE COMPANY 

iJltlttnrij 
225 MARKET STREET 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

SAMPLE LACE SHOP 

5851 - Germantown - Avenue 

Bell Phone, Lombard 1050 

SPECIALTY 
FURNITURE CO. 

Wholesale Furniture 

221 CHESTNUT STREET 

Maurice G. Cohn Philadelphia 



LXIX 



Wacltn 
MxUb 



CLIFTON HEIGHTS 

DELAWARE COUNTY, PA. 



Complitri^nts of 



(E. 3. ». 



JOSEPH N. SUSSKIND 



HULTON DYEING COMPANY 

( I NCORPORATED) 

3805-3819 FRANKFORD AVENUE 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



DYERS OF FAST COLORS ON SLUBING IN THE BALL 

WORSTED AND WOOLEN 0^/% YARNS PROCESSED FOR 

YARNS FOR KNITTING AND ^Jf^ THE KNITTING AND 

WEAVING PURPOSES WEAVING TRADE 



LXX 



Steamy Vapor, Vacuum 
and Hot Water Heating 

IMPERFECT HEATING 
PLANTS CORRECTED 

Specializing in Residential Heating Apparatus 

•^/* 

KRIEBEL & COMPANY 

822 Green Street Philadelphia 

Contractors for the heating installation in the 
MORRIS LASKER MEMORIAL HALL 



Union National Bank 

PHILADELPHIA 

Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits, $1,300,000 
Resources, $18,000,000 



J. S. McCULLOCH 
President 



HENRY F. MITCHELL LOUIS N. SPIELBERGER 

V ice-President Vice-President 

SAMUEL CAMPBELL O. STUART WHITE 

Vice-President Vice-President 

FREDERICK FAIRLAMB J. G. KRATTENMAKER 

Cashier Assistant Cashier 



LXXI 



r-*' 



cAFE LUBIN 

rOR A M^AL THAT'S REAU^ 

WALNUT STREET 



ABOVE TWELFTH 



" To L.ubins^'' 
on Sunday 

QUR$1.25 DINNER with its 
unusual tastiness and fine 
quality of foods appeals invari- 
ably to discriminating Jewry. 

During the Week 



$1 



Table d'Hote Dinner 
11 to 8.30 



60c and 75c Luncheons 
11 to 2.30 



Celery and Lettuce 

Every Day in the Year 



A. E. Freeman 



Receiver and Distributer 



Fruits and Vegetables 



^ 



151 DOCK STREET 
134 WALNUT STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 



Compliments of 



^titztv Sirntl^^rs 



Marl^ovitz 
Brothers 



JOBBERS IN 

HOSIERY AND 

UNDERWEAR 

NOTIONS 



321-323 MARKET STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 



Lxxir 



Try a Shoyer 

$1.25 

Sunday Dinner 

and enjoy a justly famous 
meal amidst the most 
pleasant and home- 
like atmosphere 

d»1 DINNER d»l 

*P •■• DURING THE WEEK «P ••• 

SHOYER' S 

Famous Restaurant 
412 ARCH STREET 

SPECIAL ATTENTION TO WEDDINGS, 

BANQUETS AND SOCIAL 

AFFAIRS OF ALL KINDS 




COMPLIMENTS OF 

ROSE MANUFACTURING CO. 

PHILADELPHIA 




1312 Walnut 



Engel Fashions 

Dominate 

in Philadelphia 



J^ITH that "chic" 
and youthful ap- 
pearance that has made 
this new shop J^nown. 
Engel' s low prices 
touch a new note in 
Fashiondom 



Royal 

Apartment 

Hotel 

Girard Avenue and 
Broad Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

A Quiet 
High- Class 
J^partment Hotel 

UNSURPASSED IN REFINEMENT 
AND ENVIRONMENT. CUISINE 
OF THE HIGHEST STANDARD; 
SUPPLIES FROM OUR OWN BIG 
SPRING FARM IN THE BEAUTI- 
FUL CHESTER VALLEY. 

MEYER B. SHER, Manager 



LXXIII 



THE THOMAS W. PRICE COMPANY 



p 



^PFCJA 1 TIF ^ CARDBOARD 

^rn^^i^ui in.^ ENVELOPES 



503-505 LUDLOW STREET » Correspondence 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. Solicited 

NEW YORK, 345-347 Broadway BOSTON, 99 Chauncey Street 

CHICAGO, 226 W. Adams Street 

CATLIN & COMPANY 

YARNS 

COPS. SKEINS. CONES, TUBES AND WARPS 
235 CHESTNUT STREET .-. PHILADELPHIA 

ROBERT LeFORT & CO., Inc. 

^ NOVELTY LACE CURTAINS 



3360-62-64 FRANKFORD AVENUE 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

FIRTH & FOSTER COMPANY 

Dyers and Finishers of Piece Goods 

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

BRIGHT COLORS — S UPERB LUSTER 
Retail Sales Service and Repairs 

BUICK MOTOR COMPANY 

PHILADELPHIA BRANCH: 

N. W. Corner Broad and Poplar Streets 

LXXIV 



PEOPLES TRUST COMPANY 

OF PHILADELPHIA 
N. E. Corner Twelfth and Arch Streets 

WE PAY 4i INTEREST 

on Saving Fund Deposits 

and accept any amount from $1.00 upward. Your future welfare largely 
depends upon your present frugality 

GEORGE C. BOWKER, President HARRISON C. REA, JOSEPH H. RUBIN 

WILLIAM B. VROOMAN, Sec'y and Treas. Vice-Presidents 



National Casket Company 

Representing the Best in the Industry 

BRANCHES IN ALL PRINCIPAL CITIES 



BERGER BROTHERS COMPANY 

Tinners^ Hardware and 
Roofers^ Supplies 

237 ARCH STREET PHILADELPHIA 

Oswald Lever Co., Inc. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Textile Machinery 

11th and Cambria Streets PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

KUNKEL'S— fAe 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. kXJNKEL 

63rd and MARKET STREET 

51st and GRAY'S AVE. PHILADELPHIA 

LXXV 




The H. B. Smith Co. 



17th and Arch Sts. 
PHILADELPHIA 



MANUFACTURERS OF 
Mills Water Tube Boilers H. B. Round Boilers 

For Large Construction Work. For Small Building Operations 

Radiators — Designed for Every Purpose 

FOUNDED 1853 INFORMATION UPON REQUEST 

MnxihtvB^ irnnuinrk Qlnmpatty, inmrporat^n 

§tructural §t^^l 
©rnam^ntal iron anti JUir^ Moth 

Frederick Grundy CARLTON STREET, WEST OF 24th STREET 

General Manager PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

BELL PHONE, KENSINGTON 0200 

WM. CUMMINGS & CO. 



tacks, iEtc. 

2656 SALMON STREET PHILADELPHIA 

Disinfectants and Disinfecting Appliances Houses Scientifically Fumigated 

WE ARE EXPERTS IN THIS 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 AUERBACK. Manager BOTH PHONES 

LXXVI 



SMITH, HARDICAN CO. 

Contractors 
Carpenters and Builders 

1606 CHERRY STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



TELEPHONE CONNECTION 

GEORGE B. CLOPP 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Iron and Steel Work 

OFFICE AND WORKS 

3717-19-21-23 FILBERT STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 



BENJ. F. LEATHEM 

3501 LANCASTER AVENUE 

PHILADELPHIA 




Bell Phone, Filbert 5104 



OM 



Sanitary Refrigerators 

are sold only at the McCray Salesrooms 
206 SOUTH ELEVENTH ST. 

PHILADELPHIA 
LXXVII 



PHONES: Preston 4616 
West 440 



NAGLER BROTHERS 
Sheet Metal Workers 

LANCASTER AVE. and BARING ST. 

PHILADELPHIA -:- -:- PENNA. 



of the Better Kind 



We have a complete stock of the very 
latest shades and designs 

A. B. DRUCKER 

427 S. Twentieth Street 



BELL PHONE, Lombard 0126 

WEINER & POLINER 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

^TrhT;"'"'.'' Clothing 

and Children s ^ 

522 MARKET STREET 411 LUDLOW STREET 

WILLIAM H. WARD 

Artistic Wall Decorations 

Paper Hangings 

Painting 

S. E. Cor. 15th and Oxford Sts. 

Bell Phone, Poplar 1147 PHILADELPHIA 



Cos ttt^ tie tan anti Cl)trnpn&tst 

iHarmcIIo §HBtpm 



523T CJTPstnut ftrp^t 

Siclmont 1934 

LXXVIII 



&ee Speari* to #pf Siyi|t 

S. E. Cor. Tenth and Arch Streets 



Phone, Walnut 6683 

Kryptok Invisible Bifocals 
Tone Lenses 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



iRnman automobile 

^IJliiaii COMPANY 



23 X JCortlT 
Siroat» §tr0et 



C OMPLIMENTS OF 

Haverford Cycle Co. 

503 MARKET STREET 



^ell Pljoup, iWarkpt 2939 



5K0r0l|baum 



B28 Arrli Street 



Pl^tla&elptiia 



Woolens 
Cotton 
Goods 
and Silks 



Orders Called For and Delivered Promptly Phone Us, Belmont 6312 

UNITED FRUIT MARKET 

FANCY FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 

6142 LANSDOWNE AVENUE - PHILADELPHIA 



NCR.^ 



/qNCHOR ^?^ BRiSND 
^NUINE ROQUEFORT FU^O 



P. E. SHARPLESS CO. 



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Established Over 100 Years 



©0tar A. iP0ui Sc ^on 



o^l MEATS 1^0 



X922 



§taUs 833 to 845, iE^alitng Sl^rmtnal Market 

ARCH STREET FRONT 



Telephone Connection 



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Compliments of 

WM. R. DOUGHERTY 

A FRIEND 



NEW YORK 

B. HOOLEY & SON 
^ilK. Manufacturers 

435-439 N. BROAD STREET 



C. J. McDermott 

105 N. 4th STREET 


Trimble Brothers 

Cut Stone Contractors 

Erie Ave. and D Street 
Philadelphia 


Jonathan Ring & Son 

Incorporated 
Hancock and Montgomery Ave. 


Joseph S. Keen, Jr. 






Sacks Brothers 


Andreas Meng's Sons 


1228 Cherry Street 


Wm. J. Weihenmayer 


Conkling-Armstrong 




Terra Cotta Co. 

Manufacturers of 

Architectural Terra Cotta Work 
PHILADELPHIA 


D. E. Peterson 


J. W. Paxson Co. 


Captain 
James L. Crawford 



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Capital and Profits, $725,000.00 



Deposits, $6,000,000.00 



The Atlantic Safe Deposit and Trust Company 

OF ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY 
We Invite Your Inspection of Our Banking Facilities 
OFFICERS 
JOSEPH THOMPSON, Pres. and Trust Officer M. D. YOUNGMAN, Vice-Pres. 

SILAS SHOEMAKER, Sec'y and Treasurer LEWIS EVANS, Vice-Pres. 



Joseph Thompson 
Lewis Evans 
M. D. Youngman 
James T. Bew 
E. V. Corson 



DIRECTORS 
William B. Loudenslager 
J. L. Baier 
Daniel W. Myers 
Isaac Bacharach 
Charles E. Schroeder 
J. Estell Evans 



James H. Mason, Jr. 
Silas Shoemaker 
W. E. Shackelford 
G. Arthur Bolte 
Wm. S. Emley 



WILLIAM GORDON 

MEATS, PROVISIONS 

1226-1228 ATLANTIC AVENUE ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY 



STEEL PIER, 



ATLANTIC CITY 



Open All Year 



Children's Kimonos 



Boudoir Slippers 



L. H. Sherwin 

SCttttonn f»l7nji 

831 Boardwalk, Atlantic City, N. J. 

Extra Sizes Made to Your Measure 

Shur Drug 
Company 

Pennsylvania and Atlantic Aves. 

Connecticut and Atlantic Aves. 

Atlantic City, New Jersey 

Sole Agents for 

Vocalion Phonographs and Records 

JULIUS BIRON E. M. BIRON 

Telephone, Marine 1967 

Phila. Jobbing House 

Jobbers and Importers 

General Merchandise 

Paper and Bag Specialists 

2324 ATLANTIC AVE. Atlantic City, N. J. 



Telephone 819-W 

Joseph L. Roth 

Undertaker and 
Emhalmer 

435 ATLANTIC AVENUE 
Atlantic City, N. J. 

Phone 3217-W 

HENRY L. MOVER 

Real Estate and Insurance 

304 Pacific Ave., Atlantic City, N. J. 

FOR SALE — Cottages and Apartments 

Business Investments 

FOR RENT — Furnished and Unfurnished 

Apartments and Cottages, by Month 

Season or Year 

J. HANKIN 

NEPTUNE AVENUE 

Sea Gate 

Brooklyn, New York 



#tto mtxiti 



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De LUCAS HAT SHOP 



^utart lUtUtu^ry 



POPULAR PRICES 



1234 GIRARD AVENUE PHILADELPHIA 

Compliments of 

A FRIEND 

SERVICE AND STABILITY 

Integrity Trust Company 

Fourth and Green Streets, Philadelphia 

GEORGE KESSLER. President HERMAN WISCHMAN, Secretary and Treasurer 

PHILIP E. GUCKES. Vice-President and Trust Officer HARRY C. KESSLER. Assistant Treasurer 
GEORGE NASS. Jr., Vice-President WM. C. BYRNES. Title Manager 

Capital, Full Paid, $500,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits, $1,700,000 

WILLS DRAWN and Kept in Safe Deposit Vaults ACTS AS EXECUTOR. ADMINISTRATOR. 
WITHOLFT CHARGE GUARDIAN or TRUSTEE 

SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT TITLES INSURED and MONEY 

MORTGAGES FOR SALE LOANED ON MORTGAGES 

''ABOVE ALL'' 

BOLD CIGAR 

2 for 15. Cents 

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JONES MACHINE TOOL WORKS 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

SPECIAL MACHINERY and TOOLS 
Wilton and Tapestry Carpet Looms 

5300 Lansdowne Avenue and Primos, Pa. 

LLOYD-GARRETT CO. 

LIGHTING FIXTURES 



Fifteenth and Locust Streets 



NU-BLU MANUFACTURING COMPANY 

Manufacturers of 

The NU-BLU Laundry Cleanser 
232 NORTH FRONT STREET : PHILADELPHIA 



= 1706 Market Street 

— . . 5 South 13th Street 

LlTitOn S 10 North 12th Street 

1526 Market Street 

Ltl-nr^ly ^^ North 13th Street 

UnCR 26 North 12th Street 

• 8 North 11th Street 



BAKERY: 2039-43 RITTENHOUSE STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 

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Sow QUAKER Brand 

CLOVER and TIMOTHY SEED 

OVER 99 J^'^ PURE 

BELL, OREGON 7200 KEYSTONE, MAIN 9415 

A. 2Ctrptrl|ntkaff 

- BUILDER - 

5. E. Cor. 5th & Tasker Streets Philadelphia, Pa. 



Before You FINNEY & SON 

FOUNDED 1850 



Order See 

MONUMENTS 



Twelfth & Spring Garden Streets Philadelphia 

Reasonable Prices Modern Plans Convenient to All Cemeteries 

Bell Phone, Walnut 4140 Keystone Phone, Race 3518 

MAX RIEDENBERG 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Fine Groceries, Fruits and Produce 

HOTELS, RESTAURANTS AND INSTITUTIONS SUPPLIED 

1241 Vine Street Philadelphia 

Bell Phone, Market 5301 French Pastry and Assorted Cakes 



A. TEYSSIER F. TRUDEL 

We recommend our Famous Kummel Rye Bread 



FRENCH BREAD AND ROLLS OF ALL KINDS A SPECIALTY 
270 NORTH FOURTH STREET PHILADELPHIA 

BELL, SPRUCE 3797 KEYSTONE, RACE 571 

Atlas Mijol^sal^ ^ror^rg Co^ 

RESTAURANT & HOTEL SUPPLIES 

1725-27 Wood Street Philadelphia 



H. M. Barnet 



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Charles Gross 

PASTEURIZED 

Milk and 
Cream 



2123 Westmoreland Street 
PHILADELPHIA 

PHONE, PARK 890 

LEO LIEBER 

Originator of 

Crimped 
Chocolates 

854 N. EIGHTH STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 

BANK AND OFFICE PARTITIONS 

John E. Sjostrom Co. 

Incorporated 

CABINET MAKERS 

1719 N. Tenth St. Philadelphia 



Charles A. Sadler R. E. Sadler 

Member of Phila. Real Estate Board, Inc. 

Penna., 1908 

ESTABLrSHED 1868 

Win, Sadler's Sons 

Successor to William Sadler 

Real Estate Brokers, Insurance 

Houses Bought, Sold and Rented 
Care of Estates a Specialty 



1526 Columbia Ave. 



If You Come to Tioga, See THE-MAN-ON-THE-SPOT 




CHARLES W. RUETER 

EVERYTHING IN REAL ESTATE 
1703 W. Tioga Street Phila., Pa. 

Phones: Belmont 6995 West 25 

S. MARGOLIS 

Dealer in 

Coal and Ice 

Office and Yard 

Forty-eighth and Parkside Avenue 
Philadelphia 



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Phones: Diamond 6266 Park 3789 

North- West Electric 
Shop 

"The House of Expert Service" 

2437 North 29th Street 

Philadelphia 

Electric Household Appliances 



Philadelphia 

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Electric Lighting Fixtures 

Wiring Material 

Electrical Devices for Automobiles 

Electrical Installations 

Expert Repairing 




STREET 
LINDER.*^ 
PROPERT 

NS. CORNER OF tg\i> AND 
CHESTNUT S-W. PHUADBLPHIA 




Bell Phone, FRANKFORD 4553 



Knitting, 
Mill^ 



Manufacturers of 
High-Grade 

Full -Fashioned 



H. 



osiery 



i antt ©ntario •§trp^ts 
Jfl7ilaJiplpi7!a, Pa. 



New York Office 

ROOM 1006 FIFTH AVENUE BUILDING 

Twenty-third Street and Fifth Avenue 



H, & W. H. LEWIS, Inc. 

238 CHESTNUT STREET PHILADELPHIA 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS 
WORSTEDS and WOOLENS 



CHICAGO NEW YORK 

223 West Jackson Boulevard 25 Madison Avenue 



BOSTON 
31 Bedford Street 






Paper Boxes 



INC. 



CANDY 



BOXES 



713-715 Spring Garden Street 



OUR SPECIALTY 



Bell Phone, WYOMING 1035 

Thomas M. Keeley 

Contractor and Builder 

4411 Germantown Avenue 

PHILADELPHIA 

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Jobbing 
Promptly 
Attended To 






CALEDONIAN DYE WORKS 



DYERS 



Cotton Warps and Cotton Yarns 
Cone and Tube Winding . . . 

Emerald, Westmoreland and Cornwall Streets 
PHILADELPHIA 



ZELLNER BROTHERS 

MANUFACTURERS 
IMPORTERS and 
DISTRIBUTORS OF 

LAUNDRY SUPPLIES 

837-39-41-43 NORTH AMERICAN ST., PHILADELPHIA 

COLD BLAST FEATHER CO. 

169 W. Berks Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 



^t(Xti\tX PtIlnUlS • . ^ Costs No More than the Other Kind 
and Feathers of the Better Kind . 



Look for the Name When Buying 

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UNION TRANSFER CO. 

BAGGAGE EXPRESS 



AGENTS AT ALL RAILROAD 
STATIONS and TICKET OFFICES 

PHILADELPHIA— BALTIMORE 
WASHINGTON — READING 
ATLANTIC CITY — CAMDEN 



WATSON & McDANIEL CO. 

MANUFACTURERS 
McDANIEL STEAM TRAPS AND 

WATSON PRESSURE REGULATORS 



146 N. SEVENTH STREET 



PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



"motor' 

TRUCKS 

FOR LOW 
COST HAULING 



International Harvester 

Company of America 

FARM IMPLEMENTS, WAGONS 
OIL TRACTORS : : ENGINES 

93 Branches in U. S. A. 

2905 N. SIXTEENTH STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



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GEORGE H. 
RAPSON 



- AND - 



51 N. SIXTH ST, 

PHILADELPHIA 
Bell Telephone - Kensington 0265 

Eugene Vellner 

fBanitfacturpr 
an& importer 

Aniline Colors, Dye 
Stuffs and Chemicals 

1209-11-13 N. Fourth St. 

PHILADELPHIA 



Keystone Phone, 
Park 777 



Bell Phone, 
Market 1734 



Samuel Zeitlin 

Hair Drawing Manufacturer 

fo'' Brush Makers and 
Hair Cloth Weavers 



1004-10 N. ORKNEY ST. 

Near Fifth and George Sts. 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

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Sc ^01X0 

Manufacturers of 

FINE CALF 
LEA THERS 



S. W. Cor. Orianna and 
Willow Streets 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



SMITH & PETERS 

Clover Brand 

iHakers 

S. W. Cor. Howard and 
Jefferson Streets 

PHILADELPHIA 

ESTABLISHED 1851 

INCORPORATED 1902 

BOTH PHONES 

James S. Wilson & Son 

I NCORPORATED 

Painting 

and 

Decorating 



2039 ARCH STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 




Largest Cone Bakers in the East 

LOVE CONE 
COMPANY 

I ncorporated 

Jobbers Solicited 

French Hand 

Rolled and Sweet 

Pressed 

Cones 

955-57 
N. Hutchinson St. 

Philadelphia 
BELL TELEPHONE, POPLAR 0782 

Bell, Belmont 8623 

Edward Frobinsky 

WHOLESALE 

Bottle Dealer 

854 North 48th Street 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Carload Lots a Specialty 



Srr)fX>^^^Mi 



P^^^ MILD HAVANA ^^ll 

/CIGARS. V 



Eiseman Cigar Co., Phila. 



Bell, Market 4605 



Keystone, Park 36 



Bershad's Bath 

Incorporated 

Turkish and 
Russian Baths 

Electric Cabinet Bath 
Our Specialty 

Artesian Water in all Swimming Pools 

Never Closed — for Men and Women 

973-81 North 7th St. 
PHILADELPHIA 



MavvxB 

Manufacturer and Distributor of 

Wall Coverings 

526 to 536 S. 22d St. 

Philadelphia 

The Price Tells and the 
Service Counts 

Bell Phone, Garfield 1083 

Booth Bottling 
Company 

INCORPORATED 
Manufacturers of 

QUALITY 
SOFT DRINKS 

Clearfield and Ruth Streets 
PHILADELPHIA 



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JOHN WILLIAMS , W.au..t B.aliu^. 



T. C. KREWSON M.„„,.c.„,er », 

801and803 ICa^Jt^rS 

•»« |. G|-».<a«»l- Sollinsi ^L■a^^ers, Sxtcttsion 

__ ., , » , . SiuinginB ^tagrs, Darbs and 

«i>u piianr Philadelpnia ainaa 

Bell, DIAMOND 1927 

S. YELLIN 

3125 Montgomery Avenue Philadelphia 

SPECIAL FACTORY AVORK 

Keystone Phone, Bell Phone, 

Main 5166-5167 Lombard 4426-4427 

H. PERILSTEIN 

Warehouse. 5 1 5 S. SlxtH StrCCt 

510-18 South Randolph Street PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

M. KRAKOVITZ & SON 

Jobbing in POLISHED PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS 

Kvahauitz 

TRADE MARK- BRAND REG. PAT. OFF. 

iKryatal-iKl^^r 

All Kinds of Glass for Builders' Use Plate Glass for Furniture Tops 

Fourth and Morris Streets 
Both Phones WilliaiTi T. Gould, Jr. ^^^-'''-'•«'' '''' 

QUAKER BRAND Charcoal Particularly 

Pure Hardwood oprnii =; pat offipf Prepared for Steel 

Charcoal for Poultry "EG D U. S. PAT. OFFBCE _^^^ ^,j general 

and Live Stock ,<r^ W » A rh ^^ ^'^ A. ¥ Manufacturing 

Feeding CHARCOAL ^^P^- 

Office: S. E. Cor. Tioga & Belgrade Sts. - Philadelphia 

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JACQUARD 

Thos. Haltons Sons machines 

Mascher Street Below Oxford Street 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 

GEORGE ROYLE & CO 



f^-^^^ 2-S ^^^ 



Jncorporateft 
1302 



Continental Bg^ Morks 

T. A. HARRIS COMPANY 
7C/ U/ TA^»v«*>o<-w». C^«.^^A Works: HANCOCK, MASCHER and 

Ibl W . I hompson street Thompson sts., phila. 



All Colors Dyed on Wool and Cotton Yarns, Hosiery, Jersey 
Cloth and Eiderdown, Athletic Sweater and Cardigan Yarns 

BLEACHING OF HOSIERY AND KNIT GOODS 

2^. Hf. Mt^tv Colonial Rag Rugs 

gr^ All Sizes from 24 Inches Wide to 12 Feet Wide 

iLOIttpatty and Any Length 

^:aV.^TZt\T^s\':^.'':^:L^^ll Handsome Rag Rugs or Rag Carpet 
Coral anJi i3aupl|tn ftr^^ta pjiflabelpl^m, Jfa. 

1214 CREASE STREET 



NEW YORK OFFICE 456 FOURTH AVENUE 

Dye and finishing workd 

MASCHER AND TURNER STREETS PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

DYERS AND FINISHERS 

Woolens, Worsted and Mixed Fabrics Woven and Knitted 

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2010-24 N. TENTH ST. 
PHILA., PA. 




Manufacturers of 

Galvanized 

Range Boilers 

AND 

Expansion Tanks 



JOHN BLOOD 
& BRO., Inc. 

Mercer i zers 
AND Bleach ers 



Processed Yarns for the 
Underwear Trade 



Janney and Clearfield 

Streets 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



H.F.WALLISER 



COMPANY 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

Drapery and Upholstery 
TRIMMINGS 

FRINGES FOR RUGS, 
SHADES AND AWNINGS 

1009-1015 North Bodine St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

BRIDAL PURE 
FOODS 

CANNED GOODS 

COFFEE 

DRIED FRUITS 

SATISFY THE MOST DISCRIMINA- 
TING CONSUMER 

"THE ANSWER'S IN THE CAN" 

Thomas Roberts & Company 

Distributors 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



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WM. MacINTOSH CO. 

Manufacturing 
Lithographers 

113-115 ERIE STREET :: CAMDEN, N. J. 



F. 1'. GUCKER 


R. G. Dun & Co. 


J. R. GRUNDY 


VIGILANl' 
MILLS 

FRANKFORD 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

THE SIMONS AND STRUVE 
HOSIERY CO. 

FRANKFORD 

ri 1— ' . T CAMDEN PHONE 199 

o. r eat her ^pusiLK tops 
Company and noils 

110 to 116 ERIE STREET CAMDEN, N. J. 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

JOS. M. ADAMS COMPANY 

Worsted and Woolen Yarns 

MANAYUNK. PHILADELPHIA 

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A. W. Vandegrift, President Nelson M. Vandegrift, Vice-President 

F. W. Hudtwalcker, Sec. and Treas. 

SHEIP & VANDEGRIFT 

INCORPORATED 

814-832 North Lawrence Street 

Keystone and Bell Telephones PHILADELPHIA 

Bell Phone WILLIAM S. HALLER 

Market 3081 ^OL KLEIMAN 

Htttory Cigar 2iox ^ti^ 

245 RACE STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

/^ T T' Manufacturer of High-Grade 

OAMUEL ROLLER Willow Furniture and Baskets 

Main Store Branch 

151 N. Second St. 3912 Germantown Ave. 

Bell Phone, Market 2823 Phone, Tioga 9134 

PHILADELPHIA 

PHILADELPHIA - - NEW YORK 
53^. 8c Hf^ ©^©nnit^U manufacturers of 

5°7^'?^®"* Slack Barrels 

Moore btreet, Water to bwanson 
PHILADELPHI A 



3fpui anil SrconB i^and 

UuQS - anh - ISurlaps 

Wolf and Ritner Sts. Water and Swanson Sts. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Esta blished DANIEL ADAMS S i'/.-n 

CUabtn^t lUnrk anh §tatr 33lork iiPurntsl^^Ji 
anh iEr^rt^ti, ICutnb^r, iUUl Hlork anh 
||onrl|g0, jparqugt jfflooHng > > > 

2931-2951 N. SEVENTH ST. 2932-2956 N. MARSHALL ST. 

PHILADELPHIA 

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The Enterprise Wall Paper Company 

NORTHEAST CORNER 

WATER AND MORRIS STREETS 

PHILADELPHIA 



JAMES CARNWATH. President ROBERT CARNWATH. Secretary and Treasurer 

PENNSYLVANIA BOX & LUMBER CO. 

PACKING BOXES, BOX SHOCKS and LAPPING BOARDS 

613 and 615 Cherry St. American and Cumberland Sts. 
PHILADELPHIA 

Paxson's Sanitary Sweeping Compound ^eeps the Dust Down 
BROOMS, DUSTERS, BRUSHES 

RIGHT PRICES 

PAXSON MANUFACTURING CO. 

219 SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA 



Compliments of.. 



S. M. BRACHMAN & CO. 

17 BANK STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



JOHN LANG PAPER CO. 

^PHILADELPHIA, PA. = 



PHONES 

MONUMENTAL 



WORKS 



/ B. REIBSTEIN 



OFFICE TWO SHOW ROOMS 

C CIVTLJ CrorTT '*^^ *• SIXTH STREET 

425 S. SIXTH STREET har nebo cemetery 

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Both Phones 



U. S. Gov't Inspection 



Louis Pincus 

Cut Meats 

WHOLESALE ONLY 

Fresh Tenderloins Always 
on Hand 

Our Own Cured Beef 
Tongues 

Sausage Meats for Sausage 
Makers 

218-220 CALLOWHILL ST. 
342-346 N. AMERICAN ST. 

Brodsky 
Brothers 

Wool Pullers 

and Hide Dealers 

ONTARIO STREET below 
RICHMOND STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Philadelphia Desiccating 
Works 



M. L. Shoemaker 
& Co., Inc. 

Manufacturers of the 

SWIFT- SURE 
FERTILIZERS 



Ammonite and Fertilizer 
Material 

PHILADELPHIA 



In Every Good Delicatessen 
Store Are 

TONGUES 

THAT 
Speak for Us 

Bernard Pincus 

450 N. AMERICAN ST. 
Philadelphia 

Mutual Rendering 
Company, Inc. 

p. O. Address, Station E 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Tallow Renderers 

POULTRY and HOG FEEDS 
FERTILIZERS 



BELL PHONE 
KEYSTOSE PHONE 



Standard Provision 
Company 



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212-214 North Front St, 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

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COMPLIMENTS 
of 

Wildman Mfg. Co. 

NORRISTOWN 

PA., U. S. A. 

BELL PHONE 170 

THE KELLER 
POTTERY 
COMPANY 

NORRISTOWN, PENNA. 
Manufacturers of 

Red 

Standard Pots 

Bell Telephone 815 R 5 

O. Henriksen 

Bread and Cake 

BAKERY 

STEAM BAKED, FRESH 
EVERY DAY 



Plumsteadville, Pa. 



ALBERT H. COLLIER 



JOHN G. NACK 



NORTH WALES 
TAPESTRY MILLS 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Tapestry Curtains 
Couch Covers and 
Upholstery Goods 

Main Office : North Wales, Pa. 

PHONE, I52-R2 

NEW YORK OFFICE 

200 FIFTH AVENUE 

Harry Goldstein. Representative 

Jenkintown Market 

Fancy Fruits 
and Vegetables 

High Grade Canned Goods 
Fresh Fish and Oysters 

S. E. Cor. York Road and 
Greenwood Avenue 

JENKINTOWN, PA. 

BELL PHONE. OGONTZ 1178 

Fritzlyn Farms 

GUERNSEYS 



W. F. FRETZ 

PIPERSVILLE 
PA. 



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^SJ^G^r Grain and Peanut Threshers 

Union Feed and Ensilage Cutters 

MANUFACTURED BY 

HEEBNER & SONS 

LANSDALE, PA. 



2 



-Year 
Guarantee 



i^i^^Jo)D^Cra@[M[£) 

With Phila. Slotted Retainers 



All Makes Batteries Repaired and Recharged 

^■^k.^N-ls™"^ Charles B. Moyer ^SSi^fi^ 

Electrical Contractor 30 E. State Street, Doylestown 



I ownsend jVlanufactming 
Company ^O^^ESM 

Edging and Laces for 

Knit Underwear, Dress Trade and 

Curtain Trade 

Tapes for Corset and Brassiere 

Trade 



Agent Agent 

E. W. JENKINS JOHN G. CHAPMAN 
301 Mariner and Merchants Building 1123 Broadway 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. NEW YORK 



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Executes Trusts 



Pays Interest on Deposits 



Insures Titles 



Surks (Unimta ©ruat (Enmpautr 

Authorized Capital, $250,000; Paid-in Capital, $125,000; Surplus, $200,000 

HENRY A. JAMES, President ; OSCAR 0. BEAN, First Vice-President 

C. S. WETHERILL, Second Vice-President 

GEORGE H. MILLER, Secretary and Treasurer 

HARRY C. GARNER. Assistant Secretary 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



WHEN IN DOYLESTOWN, DO YOUR TRADING AT 
CLYMER'S DEPARTMENT STORE 

BUCKS COUNTY'S LARGEST STORE 

R. L. CLYMER 

36, 38 and 40 W. STATE ST., DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



BELL PHONE No. 1 



KEYSTONE No. 25 



H. B. Rosenberger 

DEALER IN 

HAY, STRAW, COAL, 

CEMENT, SAND, 
STONE, FEED, Etc. 

184 W. ASHLAND STREET 

DOYLESTOWN 

Joseph Windholz 

Painting and 
Paper hanging 

Paints, Oils, Glass, Etc. 
DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

J. F. MOORE 

Department 

Store 

Main and State Streets 

BEST GOODS PROCURABLE 
AT CASH PRICES 

Doylestown, Pa. 



GEORGE SOMMER 

Fancy Print Butter 
Ice Cream and Cheese 

WHOLESALE RETAIL 

DOYLESTOWN 



TELEPHONES 
Rp, , 1 Residence, 99 J KEYSTONE 

'^'^^'^ ( Office. 38J Office, 24M 

FRANK C. LEWIS 

(Successor to Henry S. Beidler) 

Merchant Miller 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Coal, Flour, Grain, Feed. Timothy and 

Clover Seed. Lime, Fertilizers, Land 

Plaster, Salt, Etc. 

Machinery Doylestown, Pa. 

Both Phones 

Michael A. Rufe 

(Formerly Rufe Bros.) 

Plumbing, Steam, Hot Water 
and Warm Air Heater Work 

General Repairing and Machine Shop 

NEW LOCATION: 

Taylor Street, Between Main 

and Pine Streets 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



Boyl^stoiun ®ru0t Cnutpany 



CHARTERED 1896 



Authorized Capital, $250,000.00- 



Paid-in Capital, $125,000.00 - Surplus, $140,000.00 

Start a Saving Fund Account and Watch It Grow 



QUALITY COAL 

2240 Lbs. to Every Ton Every Time 
Ask the People Who Burn It 

Andre, Barndt & Hoffman 

Incorporated 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



THOMAS LYONS 

Watches : : Clocks 
Jewelry and Silverware 

REPAIRING A SPECIALTY 



DOYLESTOWN 



PA. 



Dr. Wesley Massinger 



Vete 



rinarian 



CHALFONT, PA. 



Royal Silk Company 

Manufacturers of 

BROAD SILKS 



DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



Established 1872 

HISTAND BROS 

Slate and Tin Roofing 
SPOUTING 



COPPER CABLE LIGHTNING RODS 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



Dodge Brothers 
Motor Vehicles 

A. N. HELLYER 

Authorized Dealer 

Phone 160 J DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

FRANK D. GOOD 

HA Y and GRAIN 

BELL PHONE CHALFONT, PA. 

BELL PKONE 285 W 

Gustave Sanders 

PHOTO STUDIO 

Doylestown - Penna. 

Novelty Cone Co. 

Adelphia Rag Co, 
Strand Theatre 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



The HOME of the 
BEST PHOTOPLAYS 



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Silbe 



rman s 



Clotlpng, §170^3, 
Sfats a>i^ iFurnial^tngs 



605 and 607 West Avenue 
JENKINTOWN, PA. 

S. H. SWARTLEY 

Manufacturer of 

Cider and 
Vinegar 

Cor. State and West Sts. 

p. O. Box 412 DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



/^ompl 



iments of 



Relda 
Ribbon Mills 

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 

Phone Connections 

A. MILLER 

PAPER MAKERS' SUPPLIES 
CAMPING SUPPLIES . . . 
CONTRACTORS' SUPPLIES 

114-22 Bainbridge St. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



m 



iUotor 
ay man ^^ 

SALES SERVICE 

44-46-48 Pine Street 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

REO OAKLAND 
PAIGE CHEVROLET 

Phone 231 Motor Cars and Trucks 

W. H. Zimmerman 
lalumbtng 



STEAM AND HOT 
WATER HEATING 



Dealer in All Kinds of 

Pumps, Water Wheels, Hydraulic 

Rams, Etc. 

109 E. Main St., Lansdale, Pa. 



WM. P. ELY & SON 



in 



Ready-to-Wear Clothing 
for 

Men, Boys, Children 

Gents' Furnishing 
Goods, Hats, Caps, 
Boots and Shoes 



©pp. p. & iR. B^pot 
Bnyl^stnuin, Pa. 



Bell Phone 



Doylestown 355 

W. H. WATSON 

DEALER IN 

HUPMOBILE HANDLEY-KNIGHT 

OVERLAND AND WILLYS-KNIGHT 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



Bell Phone 



POPLAR 7793 



MASTER 
KNITTING MILLS 

^N^ECKWEAR - 

Keystone Bldg., S. E. Cor. 
Eleventh and Columbia Ave. 
PHILADELPHIA - - PA. 



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F. D. Hartzers 
Sons Co. 

FLOUR, FEED, COAL, SEEDS, 

FERTILIZER AND 

BUILDERS' SUPPLIES 

CHALFONT, PA. 



Highest Grade Coal 



Faultless Ice 



Cheltenham 

& Jenkintown 
Ice Manufacturing 
Company 

MAIN OFFICE : OGONTZ 

PHONE CONNECTION 

PLANTS : OGONTZ AND WYNCOTE 

TELEPHONES : 
Ogontz 226-50 J Melrose 1432 

DUBOIS 
LUMBER & COAL CO. 

Lumber 

Millwork 

Sash 

Doors 

Mouldings 

Office: LANSDALE Yard: COLMAR 



W. A. BRECHT 
President 



HENRY L. FREED 
Secy, and Treas. 



TRADE " SCriipp " MARK 



Krupp Foundry Co. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



High-Grade 



Cast Iron Soil Pipe and Fittings 
Iron Castings 



for the Plumbing Supply Trade 



LANSDALE, PA. 



KRUPP, 
MEYERS & 
HOFFMAN 

, Lumber and Builders' Supplies 

Coal, Feed, Ice, Kindling 
Wood, Steel Sash 



LANSDALE^ 



=PA 



Bell Phone 
ANYWHERE ANY TIME 



A. C. Godshall & Co. 

INCORPORATED 
J. L. GAUMER, - General Manager 



DEALERS IN 

Grain, Flour, Feed, Coal, Hay, 
Building Material, Etc. 



LANSDALE • PA 



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Army and Navy Goods 

of Every Description 

Complete Camping Equipments 

Write — Phone — Call on Us 

DREIFUS&CO.,Inc. 

2007-2009 Frankford Avenue 

12 and 14 South Second Street 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Atlas Button 
Company 

207 QUARRY STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 

Bell and Keystone Telephones 

Kensington iron and Metal Co. 

IRON and STEEL SCRAP 

Tanks, New and Second-hand Machinery 
Office 

1011 East Susquehanna Avenue 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

v-^j-. f 1013-19 East Susquehanna Avenue 
raras. -^ 808.820 East Wildey Street 

WM. S. HENNING 
Both Phones 

G. J. Walsh Co., Inc. 

Dealers in 

CHARCOAL KINDLING 
WOOD 

Office and Yard : — Tulip and Tioga Streets 

PHILADELPHIA 

Carload Lots or Less Solicited 
All Grades, All Sizes, for All Purposes ' 

Established 1853 

S. S. REDIFER & CO. 

LAST MAKERS 

Individual Lasts Made to Measure 

139 RACE STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



Bell Phone 
MARKET 2133 



Oscar Nebel Company, Inc. 

Manufacturers of 

Fifth, Courtland and Annsbury Streets 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Founded 1837 

BETZOLD BROS. 

Dressers, Cleaners and Dyers 

. . of ihxr #ktns . . 

Dressers of the Roosevelt Smithsonian African Skins 

3525-27-29 N. SECOND ST. 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

Guenther Lumber Go. 

EMIL GUENTHER, President 
WHOLESALE 

Lumber Dealers 

26th and Gray's Ferry Road 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Weierman Hosiery 
Company 

1320-26 N. Lawrence Street 

PHILADELPHIA 

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J. Bloom & Sons 



BOTTLES 



21 1-13 Bainbridge Street 



CIV 



Telephones: Lombard 5824, Main G89 

J. T. RILEY 

LUMBER 

620 AND 622 PINE STREET 
Philadelphia 

Bell, Lombard 5686 Keystone, Main 4288 

MITTIN BROS. 

LUMBER 

Mill Work and Beaver Board 

773 SOUTH SECOND STREET 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Bell, Market 1373 



Keystone, Main 1725 



William J. Kees 

PACKING BOX 

Manufacturer 

111-13-15-17 N. ORIANNA ST. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Jas. S. McCauley 



Irvine (^rummer 



ESTABLISHED 1857 



J. & W. McCauley 

PACKING BOX 

Manufacturers 

963-971 FRANKFORD AVENUE 

Philadelphia 

Established 1861 Telephone Connection 

J. B. Shoemaker's Sons 

Wholesale Dealers in 

PACKING BOXES 

Hogsheads, Casks, Barrels & Crates 

Office, Factory and Warehouse 

Cor. Front and East Clearfield Sts. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Bell, Lombard 2916 
Lombard 2917 
Keystone, Main 7589 



George H. Buzby 
Louis M. Buzby 
G. Harold Buzby 



C. M. Buzby & Sons 

LUMBER and MILL WORK 
BEAVER BOARD 

612-632 WASHINGTON AVE. 
Philadelphia 

Established 1883 

John Galbraith 

WOODEN BOXES, CRATES 
AND SHOOKS 

619 COMMERCE STREET 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

BELL PHONES 

William Meyer 

Packing Box Manufacturer 

Carpenter Work, Shelves and Fixtures a 

Specialty — Jobbing in all Its Branches 

206-216 QUARRY STREET 

Corner Bread, Between Second and Third 

Race and Arch Streets 

PHILADELPHIA 



George H. Stevenson 



Bell Phone 



Frankford Packing 
Box Company 

Manufacturers of 

PACKING BOXES 

Shooks and Crates 
4314-20 JOSEPHINE STREET 



n 



IT'S A PLEASURE TO TAKE 
A BATH IN A ROOM LINED 
with 

Upson Tile 

Inexpensive and Lasts a Lifetime 

Alexander Adaire 

LUMBER DEALER 

Howard, Berks and Mascher Sts. 



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BAUER & WAGMAN 

1325 FEDERAL STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 

WM. WOOD 

SONS & CO. 

Thomas Crompton & Son 

116-118 ARCH STREET, PHILA. 

F. R. RUPP 

PHILIP L. SCHEERR 
Union Paving Co, 

30th and Locust Sts., Phila. 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

MRS. HORWITZ 

S. E. COR. TWELFTH AND CITY LINE 

CHAS. GEIKLER 



James Lees & Sons Co. 

BRIDGEPORT, PA. 

ANDREW V.BROWN 
I. J. HORSTMANN 

S. Nemirovsky & Son 

137 N. THIRD STREET - PHILA. 

Compliments of a Friend 

JOHN FURLONG 

K. ACRE & SONS 

Fairmount Foundry Co. 



Robert Shoemaker & Co. The C. & C. Cone Co 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

Trenton Crockery Company 
Weinfeld & Schofield 

WM. SADLER 



BERKSHIRE MFG. CO. 

Mr. & Mrs. John Elhs 

6814 N. BROAD STREET 

MURPHY BROS. 



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Bell Phone, Frankford 0157 

WILLIAM B. KOEHLER 

WHOLESALE GROWER 

Pot Plants 

1634 Bridge Street Frankford, Phila. 



Bell Phone 



Keystone Phone 



Eastern Spring & Tool Co. 

AUTOMOBILE and 
TRUCK SPRINGS 

FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS 

2133 N. Marshall Street 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 
Harry Stave 



P. CALLAHAN 
Teamster 



1305 ARCH STREET 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

Isaac G. Ferguson 

Teamster and Rigger 
Front and Palmer Streets 



OFFICE PHONES: 

KEYSTONE, MAIN 1933 
BELL, MARKET 0657 

John S. VanAken 

Hauling Contractor 
401 COMMERCE STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



A. Geissel & Son 

INVENTORS OF THE 

Geissel Patent Touring 
Car Converter 

485-487-489 NORTH THIRD STREET 

L. Sacks & Sons 

Hardware and 
Plumbing Supplies 

1417 South Eighth Street 
PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

Telephones: 
Dickinson 6815 Keystone, Main 2439 

Bell Phone, Market 0461 

Harry Stirzel 

Expressman and Teamster 
Stand, 243 Race Street 

PHILADELPHIA 
Hauling Promptly Attended To 

DurkMcc ' Bell, Market 0486 

( Keystone, Main 1830 

W. T. PARKER 

Contractor, Teamster 

and Rigger 
Safes, Heavy Machinery 
146 NORTH THIRD STREET 

Residence, 1225 S. Fifteenth St. 



Office: Bell. Kens. 0702 



Res.: Bell, Kens. If 



H. GOLDSMAN 

Manufacturer of all kinds of 

Store Fixtures, Show Cases, Ice Boxes, Etc. 

Drug Store Fixtures and Office 

Partitions a Specialty 

Residence Office and Show Rooms 

1235 Germantown Ave. Third and Thompson Sts. 

Factory: 1 230-36 Germantown Ave. 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



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I. S. CUSTER, SON 

& CO., Inc. 

711-713 Arch Street Phila. 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

QUAKER BRAID CO. 

Grieb Shoe Mfg. Co. 
309 ARCH STREET 



D. ATLAS & CO. 



JOHN PRICE & CO. 
N. HALPERT 

714 Sansom Street 

A. BERKMAN 

6623 Greene Street 

GERMANTOWN 

SOL. LEVY 

Manufacturer of 

FEATHER DUSTERS 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

NATIONAL BEDDING 
COMPANY 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

M. SCHULTZ 

1535 E. Moyamensing Avenue 

P. SULLIVAN & SON 



I. HALPERN & BROS. 

1333 N. Front Street 



Harbison's Dairies 



S. PARRIS 



JUMP HOUSE 
WRECKING- CO. 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

Chabrow Brothers 
United Drug Supply Co. 

FRANKLIN & THOMPSON STS. 

Henry H. Sheip Mfg. Co. 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

B. BROS. 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

A. WEINFELD & SON 

MAX ROUNICK 

H. SHERMAN 

223 N. Second Street 
PHILADELPHIA 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

S. Hirshenhorn & Sons 

209 North Third Street 

C. A. SCANLON 
HERMAN F. VOSS 

3163 FRANKFORD AVE. PHILA. 

NICE & SCHREIBER 

23 S. WATER STREET 

E. S. PERKINS 
JACOB M. LEVY 

1500 N. Sixty-second Street 



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ABSOLUTE 

Hair clotH 

Hair Will Not Work Out 



^^^0. §. CHox Sc SIrn., ifttr. 

CAMBRIA & ORMES STREETS 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Sole Makers of ABSOLUTE 



H 



MANUFACTURERS 
OF 



ANCOCK 

DuUiJ. Couch Constructions, 
Woven Wires & Spiral 
^ Spring Beds 

265 S. Second St., Phila. 

DUMEE SON 

and COMPANY 

Cntton 

105 & 107 South Third Street 

CAMBRIA SILK HOSIERY CO., Inc. 



Ladies' Full-Fashioned Silk Hosiery 



Louis Weber 176 W. LOUDEN STREET 



President 



PHILADELPHIA 



Bell Phone, Oregon 0725 

JOH'A LUSCH 
Period Furniture 



Interior 
Woodwork 



Chair 
Frames 



1423-27 CARPENTER ST. 

Philadelphia 



Alex. E. Bass 

Manufacturing Co. 

CCiitliSicn's Si ffCtsscs' 

Office and Factory 

706 MARKET STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



For Quality 



ASK FOR 

W. BODEK CO, 

Hosiery 

53-55 N. Third St. 

PHILADELPHIA 



ESTABLISHED 1866 



JAMES DOAK, JR. 
COMPANY 



KENSINGTON - PHILA. 

Bell Phone. Lombard 2402 

Enterprise Fish Co. 

ISADORE KOFF - PROPRIETOR 
WHOLESALE COMMISSION DEALERS IN 

FRESH AND pf OIJ TERRAPIN, 



SALT WATER 



GAME, &c. 



No. 4 Dock Street Fish Market 



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Bell Phone, Market 1897 



Felden heimer 
& Bui kin 

MAKERS OF 

Cnats, §ittts an& Drrssrs 
121 N. SEVENTH ST. 

PHILADELPHIA 

A, K. SCHWENK 
COMPANY 

32 N. SIXTH STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



BELL PHONE 



LOMBARD 1363 



CHAS. NEMCOF 

21 and 23 S. Third Street 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Both Phones 

Samuel Kramer & Co. 

Jobbers and Commission Merchants of 

Carpets, Sugs 
anil i£xnolentn 

Importers of 
Grass Rugs and Mattings 

40-42 N. Third St. Phila. 

Q^ompliments of 

EL/AS WILF 

^^iDor Ol^au^rtngs 
209 and 211 CHESTNUT ST. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Frank H. Stewart Electric Co. 

^:.?rm^^ Slrrtrtral 



'^°^D^I^S^'^' Supplies 



37 and 39 N. SEVENTH ST. 

OLD MINT BUILDING, PHILADELPHIA 

New York Office, 366 Broadway 

Brownhill & Kramer 

Manufacturers of 

HOSIERY 

East Columbia Ave., 
Memphis and Orange Streets 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Armon, Wolf & Co, 

IMPORTERS & JOBBERS 
OF FLOOR COVERINGS 



13 & 15 Bank St. 

PHILADELPHIA 

Bell, 7754 Market 
Keystone, 9023 Main 

H. B, BAUER &C0. 

Oil Cloths 

and Linoleum 

ISooJS aiih HJilloiu Wart, 
Ilfasbtng {Racbines, iltc. 

14 N. Sixth St. Phila. 

George Fastman 
& Sons 

WHOLESALE 

FLOOR COVERINGS 

116 North Second St. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



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H. Toggweiler 

HEATERS 
RANGES 
ROOFING 

3120 Ridge Avenue 
Philadelphia 



BELL PHONE 



GAS FITTER 



Chas. J. Williams 

SANITARY PLUMBER 
Steam and Hot-Water Heating 

2237-41 No. Thirtieth Street 
PHILADELPHIA 



Bell Phone, POPLAR 0501 

WM. J. WANG 

1428 Columbia Avenue 
Ice Cream, Water Ices, Fancy Cakes 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Chas. Shaw & Son 

Wholesale Grocers 
Mistletoe Canned Goods 

2310-2312 N. EIGHTH STREET 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Bell Phone, Market 3802 

Fairmount Wood Turning Co. 

Wood Turners 

Mahogany Floor Lamps 
and Portables a Specialty 

S. W. Cor. Fourth and Fairmount Ave. 

PHILADELPHIA 



JOHN H. RICHTER 

HEATERS, RANGES 
and SPOUTING . . . 

TIN AND SLAG ROOFING 

3021 West York Street and 

2308 N. Twenty-eighth Street 

PHILADELPHIA 



BELL PHONE 

ALBERT F. KAERCHER 



ROOFING 
HEATING 



Safety Guard App liances 
Sheet Metal Work . . 



OFFICE 

2904-06 West Fletcher Street 
PHILADELPHIA 

Bell Phones. DIAMOND 4172-4173 
Keystone Phone, PARK 4987 

BERG^S HOTEL SUPPLY 

Meats and Poultry of Quality 

Hotels, Restaurants and Institutions Supplied 
BEST SERVICE : : LOWEST PRICES 

1702 DAUPHIN STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



Keystone. Park 362 Bell, Kensington 5136 

Miller & Greenstein 

Successors to SAMUEL MILLER 

WHOLESALE 
GROCERS . . 

N. W. Cor. Girard Ave. and Howard St. 
PHILADELPHIA 



Office, Bell, Diamorid 8940 



Residence. Bell 



Solomon Gersh 

CONTRACTING 

PAINTER and DECORATOR 

2530 N. Douglas Street 

Orders promptly Philadelphia, Pa. 
attended to 



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Bell Phone. Baring 8331 



Keystone, West 1028 



FRANKLIN SIGN, CO. 



- QUANTITY SIGNS 

- OUR SPECIALTY • 



45™ AND MARKET STREETS 

PHILADELPHIA 



FRANK KELLEY. Jr. 
President 



FRANK KELLEY. 
Secretary and Treasurer 



Peerless Belt Lacing Machine Co. 

Manufacturers of ttie 
PEERLESS BELT LACER 

Coiled Wire Lacing, Spiral Needles and 
Rawhide Pins 

Swanson & Moore Sts. 

Telephone Connection PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Cable Address: "COGS" Philadelphia 

Charles T. Robinson 

nggmg 

107-109 Walnut Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

ALL D/p J7 ^^^ AND 

SIZES mIiHi second hand 

FOR ALL PURPOSES 

Furnished with Hevi Threads and Couplings or Cut 
to Specifications 

iFittmgs, ilnlu^s, Utc. 

Frank Griffith 

412 to 424 MOVER STREET 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bell, Market 1110 Keystone, Park 1065 

M. YELLIN 

General Contractor 
and Builder 

712 N. FRANKLIN ST. 



A. Adier & Son 



3157-69 WEIKEL STREET 

— PHILADELPHIA, PA. — 

Plant Under Chemical Supervision 

GIRARD SMELTING AND 
REFINING CO. 

Manufacturers of Ingot Brass and White 
Metal Alloys 

Refiners of Metal Drosses, Copper Bearing 
Material 

Richmond and Tioga Sts., Phila., Pa. 

Iron Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, Cellar Doors, 
Window Guards 

W. REISBORD 

Ornamental and Architectural 

Iron Work 

4437-43 LUDLOW ST. 

Phone. Baring 7710 PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Bell Phone, Diamond 7803 

L. SCHUCK 

Dealer and Manufacturer of 

^tnr^ Jf txtur^s 

1655-57 Germantown Avenue 

408 W. Columbia Avenue 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Agents for 

ATKINS STEEL SAWS 



Telephone 
Connection 



SCnnttna 

WHOLESALE 

HARDWARE CUTLERY TOOLS 



533 ARCH ST. 



PHILA., PA. 



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Isaac M. Sheaffer 
Stanley Marvel 



Phones : 
Keystone, Main 3561 
Bell, Market 1166 



Wholesalers and Jobbers 

Butter and Eggs 

XOB N. ©claiuarr Aurnur 

References: PHILADELPHIA 

Union Nat. Bank, Dun's & 

Phila. Bradstreet's 

Members Phila. Produce Exchange 



RISSER BROS. CO. 

C. N. RISSER 

SItup Poultry 

IN CAR LOTS 

FRONT & PINE STREETS 



PHILADELPHIA 



Long Distance Phone 



Market 337 



M. WILDSTEIN 

631-33-35 N. SECOND ST. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



F. E. DOERSAM & BRO. 

mtfolrsalc ItltalrrB in 
IN SEASON 

202 CALLOWHILL STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



107 S. New York Ave. Bell Phone 

Atlantic City, N. J. POPLAR Keystone Phone 

Bell Phone 1448-W 0950 

TRY 
G. E. BROWNBACK 

o'ft; Famous Golden Butter 

RIDGE AVE. FARMERS' MARKET 

1810 Ridge Ave., Philadelphia 

A Phone Call or Postal Will Receive Prompt Attention 

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PRICE BROTHERS 

118 N. Delaware Avenue 

PHILADELPHIA 

Bakers, Hotels, 

Restaurants, 

Grocers and 

Institutions Supplied 

Poultry, Butter a nd^ggs 

Wholesale Commission Merchant 

S. W. Cor. 
Second and Callowhill Sts. 

PHILADELPHIA 



Bell Phone, 

Market 1043 



Keystone Phone, 

Main 2307 



THE QUALITY CASH 

Wholesale Grocery 
Warehouse 

12U-13-15 5C. §^conb §t. 

Bell, Lombard 3395 Keystone, Main 1409 

ROSEMOUNT TUB BUTTER 

SAMUEL SALER 

Dealer in 

BUTTER, EGGS AND CHEESE 

Office and Warehouse 

38 SOUTH WATER STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



H. R. AIKEN 



BUTTER EGGS 
CHEESE POULTRY 



128 N. Delaware Avenue 

PHILADELPHIA 



M. Halpern & Son 



Ma 



anufacturers oi 



Davenports, Couch Frames, Over- 
stuffed Suites and Box Springs 

Fireside Chairs ~A\l Kinds 
Chairs Made to Order 

1531-33 N. Palethorp Street 
1530-34 N. Hancock Street 

Main Office: 1531 N. Palethorp St. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 
Bell Phone, Columbia 2745 
Keystone Phone, Park 4972 A 



TELEPHONE CONNECTION 

John J. Chaulk Co. 

Paper Manufacturers' Materials 
and Marine Merchandise 

Old and New Manila Rope and Canvas 

506 and 508 S. Delaware Ave. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Keystone, Park 2109 
Bell, Market 2415 

Morris Shanis 

WHOLESALE 

Grocer and Jobber 

733 N. SECOND ST. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Keystone Phone, Park 816 A 

Residence, 3019 N. Twenty-third St. 

Askin & Flinker 

Dealers in 

Rags, Paper, Iron, Metals 
Etc. 

2946 N. TWENTY- SECOND ST. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

J. BENDER 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

RAGS, PAPER, IRON 
and METALS 



2521 RIDGE AVENUE 



PHILA. 



John J. McGrath 

Dealer in and Manufacturer of 

COTTON and WOOL WASTE 

Wiping and Packing Waste for 

Railroads, Steamships 

Machinery, Etc. 

1338 to 1344 N. FRONT ST. 

Philadelphia 

Telephone Connection Postal Station K 
Keystone, Main 2688 Bell, Market 5390 

Sam. Halpern 

Wholesale Grocer 
and Jobber 

463-465 NORTH SECOND ST. 

Warehouse, 464-66 N. Hancock St. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Bell Phone, Oregon 8011 
Keystone, Main 1339 

Riskoff & Sharf 

Wholesale 
Grocers 

313 N. SECOND STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Joseph Berliner 
METALS 

Belgrade and Frankford Ave. 
PHILADELPHIA 

Bell, Columbia 0711 Keystone, Park 4716 

S. Specter & Co. 

Paper Manufacturers* 
Supplies 

1706 NORTH SECOND STREET 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



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Compliments of 



Unique Knitting Co. 



1324-26 N. Lawrence St. 



GUSTAV SOELLE 
PEARL BUTTON CO. 

Manufacturers of 

Pearl Buttons, Especially for 
the Shirt Trade 

3509-11 N. Randolph Street 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Diamond Towel Mills 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

TURKISH TOWELS 

WASH CLOTHS 

and BATH RUGS 

N. E. Cor. Hancock and Oxford 



Bell Phone, Belmont 5440 
Keystone Phone, West 1056 

Empire Iron & Metal Co. 

DEALERS IN 

PAPER, RAGS IRON AND METAL 

4841-45 ASPEN STREET 

SAMUEL SMILK, Proprietor 

Peerless Paper Box 
Manufacturing Co., Inc. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

PAPER BOXES 

OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS 

1432-34-36 Randolph Street 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



F. Brecht's Sons 

CIGAR BOX 
Manufacturers 

109-113 N. Orianna Street 

PHILADELPHIA 
Phone, Kensington 4677 

Textile Shrinking Company 

Examining, Sponging 

Refinishing 
Cold Water Shrinking 

S. W. Cor. Coral and Adams Sts. 

All Goods Fully Covered by Insurance 

MINK SMELTING & 
REFINING WORKS 

N. E. Cor. 18th & Washington Ave. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Bell Phone, Preston 38-36 Keystone Phone, West 575 

GORNISH BROS. 

Wholesale Dealers in 

SCRAP IRON and METAL 

Quotations on Carload Lots 

Residence: 4020-4050 Wyalusing Ave. 

425 Lombard St. Penna. R. R. Siding 

Key. Phone. Main 38-99 PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

No Job Too Large No Job Too Small 

CHARLES HARBURG 

Modern Plumbing & Heating 
Contractor 

210 BROWN STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Bell. Market 4848 Keystone, Park 437 



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Bell Phone, Market 2977 



Jobbing Promptly Attended to 

Sanitary Plumber 

Steam and Hot Water Heating 

Gas Fitting 

412 GREEN STREET 



01. an& H. iColb 

Fire Brick 
Manufacturers 

MEADOW and JACKSON STS. 
Philadelphia 

Bell, Oregon 5134 Keystone, Main 6104 

Oregon 8454-W 

If. Shrank Sc^tin 

Bottlers of 
SOFT DRINKS 

612-616 MOORE STREET 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bell, Oregon 1325 Keystone, Main 1311 

Meats That Sell 

Abattoir and Office 

226 MOORE STREET 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



2irouin Sc ^on 

Garage and 
Automobile Dealers 

145 FAIRMOUNT AVE. 
Philadelphia 



ESTABLISHED 1892 



BOTH PHONES 



klaroff 



Sc 



0n0 

Smoked Fish Establishment 

Importers of Scotch and Holland 

HERRING 

712-714 S. SECOND STREET 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Pol^y 2ir0tlj^r0 

Dealers in 

SLACK AND TIGHT 
BARRELS 

1528 N. SEVENTH STREET 
Philadelphia 

Bell Phones, Oregon 2S27-4277-6645 

Alltn iBr00. 

Wholesale 

CONFECTIONERS 

CIGARS TOBACCO 

Special Prices to Churches, Lodges, Etc, 

23rd and TASKER STREETS 

Sc #0tt 

BARRELS 

134 MOORE STREET 
Philadelphia 

TEAMSTERS 

Livery and Exchange Stables 

Horses and Wagons to Hire 
by Day, Week or Month 

346-48-50-52 N. SECOND STREET 

CXVI 



Bell, Lombard 4858 Keystone, Main 6547 Bell, Market 614 Keystone, Main 3624 



Louis E. Wiser 

FURNITURE 

Quality - Variety - Economy 
260-262 SO. FIFTH STREET 

Between Locust and Spruce 

Philadelphia 
BELL PHONE, MARKET 1570 

S. Smith 

Dealer in 

Diamonds, Watches 
Clocks and Jewelry 

1046 NO. SECOND STREET 
Philadelphia 

Spiral Mailing Tubes Round Cartons 

G. A. F. Gentzsch 

Manufacturer of 

Plain and Fancy Paper Boxes 

S. E. Cor. 21st and Jefferson Sts. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

A. Starr & Son 

Subway 
STATIONERY STORE 

6 S. SECOND STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 

H. Rothstein & Son 

Distributors of 

FRUIT AND 
VEGETABLES 

132 WALNUT STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



D. Becker & Sons 

Manufacturers of 

UPHOLSTERED 
FURNITURE 

437-447 NO. AMERICAN STREET 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Young & Keim 

PAPER BOX 

Manufacturers 

307 ARCH STREET 
Philadelphia 

Chas. C. Huling 

Manufacturer of 

The Perfecto 
Confections 

925 Locust Street, Philadelphia 

Revised American Candy Maker 

Bell, Oregon 0374 Keystone, Main 9132 

American Pipe and 
Supply Co. 

Plumbing and Heating 
Supplies 

1420 SOUTH EIGHTH STREET 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



C. HYMAN 



H. LIEBERMAN 



Hyman & Lieberman 

Wholesale Commission Merchants in 

FRUITS and PRODUCE 



127 DOCK STREET 

Telephone Connections Phila., Pa. 



CXVII 



Bell Telephone, Garfield 0193 

Frank W. Wheeler 

Successor to ARMSHIRE & WHEELER 

2911 ♦*€" STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Alfred C. Haines 

56 NORTH FRONT STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 

Enterprise Paper Co. 

Manufacturers and Distributors of 

[robttrta 



CALLOWHILL AT THIRD ST. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



OILS prttrtUS GREASES 

Penn 
Petroleum & Supply Co. 

1224-1230 WASHINGTON AVENUE 

PHILADELPHIA 

Henry Kraan Furniture Co. 

I NCORPORATED 
Manufacturers of 

jfnrnxtnre 

N. E. Cor. Sixth & Master Sts. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



BELL PHONE 



SPRUCE 2169 



.§ci70ol §uppUrs . 

The Adams-Lessack Co. 



1 505 ARCH STREET 

PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

Bell, Kensington 4971 Keystone. East 7021 

New Famous Chandelier Co. 

Manufacturers 

ELECTRIC 
FIXTURES 

CORAL AND BOSTON AVENUE 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Compliments 

THE PHILADELPHIA 
SILK THROWING CO. 

Randolph & Jefferson Streets 

The Perkiomen 
Trunk & Bag Co. 

INCORPORATED 

27 S. 4th St., Phila. 

Bell, Diamond 4320 Keystone, Park 4333 

THE KRUGER & BLIND CO. 

GENERAL MACHINISTS 

ALL MAKES OF ENGINES, 
ICE MACHINES AND PUMPS REPAIRED 

Office and Works: 

511-513 Master Street - Phila., Pa. 



CXVIII 



Bell Phone 



Dyson Brothers 

MEN'S WEAR 

Cope's Mill, Wayne Junction 
PHILADELPHIA 



Robert Krook 

Carpet and Rug 

YARNS 

Main Street above Walnut Lane 
Manayunk, Phila. 



A. PATCHETT, Pres. Bell, Myk. 0854 

M. PATCHETT, Vice-Pres. 
W. PATCHETT, Treas. 
E. PATCHETT, Sec'y 

Industrial Worsted 
Company, Inc. 

WORSTED SPINNERS 

GREEN LANE and MAIN STREET 
Manayunk, Pa. 

Comae Mfg. Co. 

165-7 WEST OXFORD STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 

Manufacturers of 

Velour Curtains, Cushions 

and Scarfs 

JACQUARD THREAD 

R. J. Ederer 
Thread Co. 

Flax Spinners and Manufacturers of 
Linen Threads 



Unity and Elizabeth Streets 
Frankford, Phila. 



Standard 

HOSIERY DYEING and 
FINISHING WORKS 

3213-15 Frankford Ave. 
PHILADELPHIA 

Wm. Schofield 
Company 

IRON FOUNDERS 

Textile Machinery Builders 

MANAYUNK 
Philada., Pa. 

Apaca Knitting 
Mills 

Manufacturers of 

KNITTED OUTERWEAR 

MUFFLERS GOLF HOSE 

S. E. Cor. Mascher and Turner Sts. 

Philadelphia 

Bell Phone, Fkd. 2468 

Bell Worsted Co. 

BROADCLOTH 

Commission Weaving 

ADAMS AVENUE 

AND WINGOHOCKING STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 

William Osborne, Jr. 
Knitting Co., Inc. 

Manufacturers of 

BATHING SUITS and JERSEYS 

Office and Factory 

1116-1122 W. Montgomery Ave. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



CXIX 



John F. Mcllvaine Co. 

325 MARKET STREET 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

COMBINATION 
Mac LAST 

BLACK KID TAN 

IN STOCK 

Sizes 3 to 9 Widths A to E 

Jas. L. Wilson & Co. 
DRY GOODS 

COMMISSION 
MERCHANTS 

239 CHESTNUT STREET 
Philadelphia 

Bell Phones, Lombard 6760 - 6761 
Keystone Phone, Main 7278 

F. W. Hoffman & Co. 

Manufacturers of 

Brushes, Brooms, Mops 

General Cleaning Supplies 
35-37 S. FOURTH STREET 

SPONGES Philadelphia CHAMOIS 

H. B. Hanford Co. 

WHOLESALE 

Rubber Footwear 

427 MARKET STREET 
Philadelphia 



New York 



Chicago 



Los Angeles 



Oehrle Brothers 
Company 

PHILADELPHIA 

Upholstery Trimmings 
Rope Portieres 



Rossell Brothers 
& Company 

CHAIRS 

255-257 SOUTH THIRD STREET 
Philadelphia 

ESTABLISHED 1817 

Monroe Bros. & Co. 

Wholesale Distributors of 

SHOES and RUBBER 
FOOTWEAR 

49 NORTH THIRD STREET 
Philadelphia 



Bell Phone 
Market 2172 



Specialties in 
FELT SLIPPERS 



H. Heicklen 

Wholesale 

SHOE STORE SUPPLIES 

Specialties 

Infants' and Children's Shoes 

421 Market St. Philadelphia, Pa. 



Louis Stecker 

Numbers 420-22-24 
MARKET STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 



Morris Albus 

Manufacturer of 

Juniors', Misses' {^ g-^r^^-n 
and Ladies' \»^OaLS 

Oppenhein Collins Building 

New York 

Factory: Gilbert Building 

Juniper and Cherry Streets 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



cxx 



FACTORY. CAMDEN, N. J. 

WM. H. DORELL & SON 

MAKERS OF 
34 North Fourth Street Philadelphia, Pa. 

F. A. BARTHOLOMA Y & SONS 

Designers and Builders of 

Action Installed for Tower Chime Bells 
— Operated From Organ Keyboard 

Rebuilding and Repairing Electric Blowers Installed Organ Maintenance 

N. E. COR. AMERICAN AND BAINBRIDGE STS. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



PHILADELPHIA WOOL SCOURING 
AND CARBONIZING COMPANY 



SOMERSET AND TULIP STREETS 
PHILADELPHIA. PA. 






AMERICAN AND BERKS STREETS 
PHILADELPHIA 



CXXI 



, Kensington 6681-W CONTRACT HAULING A SPECIALTY 

r,ur\^\V^ 'Market 4871 AUTOMOBILES 

\Tacony I422-R 



/. G. & M. H, WHINNEY 

Office: 605 Arch Street 
2058 E. CUMBERLAND STREET PHILADELPHIA 

F. W. MAURER & SONS CO. 

Manufacturers of 

WINDOW SHADE TRIMMINGS 

TAPES. BINDINGS and NARROW FABRICS 

Office and Salesroom: 

Wayne Avenue and Bristol St. Philadelphia, Pa. 

CHERRY-BASSETT- WINNER COMPANY 

1918 MARKET ST., PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Trade BESTO V Mark 

PITTSBURGH BALTIMORE 

Machinery and Supplies for Milk Plants, Ice Cream 
Plants and Stores, Dairies and Creameries 

Bell, Market 1738 ' Keystone. Main 2776 

FRED. STEIN 

Wholesale 

iFancij Poultry, Mnttsv a«t» S99S 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC CHEESE 207 and 209 CALLOWHILL ST. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

PAPER BOXES 

M. P. PHILPOT & CO. 

J. F. ADAMS 

134 and 136 North Front Street 

Bell Phone, Market 4286 PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

CXXII 



Keystone Wagon 
Works, Inc. 

Builders of Wagons and Motor 
Truck Bodies 

Second and Norris Streets 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Mahlon A. Young 

Manufacturer R^W Water Ice 

Dealer, Shipper of JsJatural Ice 

1944-52 N. Philip Street 

PHILADELPHIA 

Natural Ice Depots, American and Berks 
Twenty-third and York Streets 

"Quality IS remembered when price 
is forgotten" 

Finnesey & Kobler 

Incorporated 

AUTO BODIES 
AND WAGONS 

26th AND PARRISH STS., PHILA. 



Both Phones 



Established 1885 



B.C. Friedman& Sons 

PASSOVER MATZO 
BAKERY 

616-18-20-22-24 S. 7th St. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 
Bell, Lombard 8040 

Empire Paper Box 
Manufacturing Co. 

623 S. Leithgow St. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Otto Matthes 
Dyers and Cleaners 

Ladies' Work a Specialty 
1926 N. 20th St., Phila. 



Bell Phone, Diamond 



Jacob L. Caplan 

Proprietor 

Queen Metal and Rubber Co. 



Cotton and 
Woolen 



RAGS 

234-236 QUEEN ST.. PHILA.. PA. 

Wollman & Son 

PAPER, RAGS, 
IRON AND METALS 

1506 N. Twenty-first St. 
PHILADELPHIA 

Bell Phone, Poplar 4064 



Keystone Phone, Park 438 



Harry Woldorf 



Dealer in 



Scrap Iron, Metals 

Office, 1 740-42-44 N. 2d St. 

Yard, 1741-43-45 N. Philip Street 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Bell, Lombard 1 173 Keystone, Main 2589 

J. Albert Metal Co. 

Dealers in 

RUBBER AND 
METALS 

717 S. SEVENTH STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



CXXIII 



PENNSYLVANIA 
WIRE ^'^s^- WORKS 



WIRE GOODS 

Galvanized Wire Guards for Churches, Schools 
and Residences. Wire Trellis and Arches. Wire 
Fence for Farms and Lawns. Fireplace Screens. 
Copper Fly Screen Cloth. Poultry Netting. 
Coal Screens, Sieves, Riddles, Wire Brushes. 

Specialties in Steel, Iron and Wire 

EDWARD J. DARBY &: SON 

520 North 3rd Street 
Telephone, Market 5465 PHILADELPHIA. PA. 



Genuine " PHILADELPHIA" Lawn Mowers 



1869 



OVKR FIFTY - FOUR (54) YEARS 
Making the 'World's STANDARD 



1923 




THE ORIGINAL 
THE OLDEST 

THE BEST 

18 Styles Hand Mowers 
4 Styles Horse Mowers 
2 Styles Motor Mowers 

The Most Complete 
and Up-to-date Line 

All Blades 
Vanadium Crucible 
Steel 
Styles "GRAHAM" All Steel and "A" All Steel 

The Philadelphia Lawn Mower Company 

31st and CHESTNUT STREETS - Philadelpliia, U. S. A. 



CXXIV 



The Western Saving Fund Society 



OF PHILADELPHIA 



^-<t 




"^ 



t$J 



A Mutual 
Saving 
Fund 
Society 



^ 



MAIN OFFICE : Tenth and Walnut Streets 



KENSINGTON OFFICE 

Front and York Streets 



FRANKFORD OFFICE 

4800 Frankford Avenue 



INTEREST 4 PER CENT. 



THOMAS BONSALL 



LeROY BONSALL 



William S. BonsalFs 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 2515 

3824-26 MARKET STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



cxxv 



Columbia A^vexue 
Trust OoMPAisrY 

BROAD AND COLUIVIBIA AVENUE 



Capital Paid in 

Surplus and Undivided Profits earned over - 


$400,000.00 
$600,000.00 


J. PATRONAGE SOLICITED 




SYL. A. LEITH, ALBERT B. MILLETT, 

President Vice-President 


WM. A. CARLILE, 

Secretary and Treasurer 



PHONE, DIAMOND 101-25 

SaDLEIR & ]3ROAY]Nr 

Importers of 

FINE MILLIJNTERY 

1516 DIAZMOND STREET PHILADELPHIA 

When Dissatisfied with Your Work 

^""^ Forrest Laundry 

1221-23-25 COLUMBIA AVE. 

iSiatt Curtains anJi iFIoor iEtn^ns a ^p^ctalty 

BOTH PHONES 



1520 Market Tl_ > 1700 Chestnut 

Till Midnight I noixinicn s '''" * ^^ '^ 

OPPOSITE BROAD ST. STATION 

& WEDDING CAKES from $1,00 up 

Of Fairy -Like Lightness and So Delicious 

1n-r>n-»-ka€>^ f^rtVta Generously spread with rich Buttercream topped Whole <f / JP Half 7 C^ 
Japanese %^aRe with heaps and heaps of roasted almonds. Cake •PI'^O, Cake I OC, 

CXXVI 



Tenth National Bank 

1641-43-45 N. BROAD STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Accounts of Firms, Corporations and Individuals Solicited 

SAVINGS FUND DEPARTMENT 

OPEN FRIDAY EVENING, 7-9 



Abrams' Exclusive 
Gown Shop 



XT37 jBtatrtnnti §tr^0t 

Ij^ljone, Columbia 4371 



G 



OWNS can be ordered 
all sizes, in the 
newest designs and ma- 
terials. We make a specialty 

of large sizes. Open 

every evening. Will 

appreciate a call. 



171 - • I ¥¥/ f OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 

HilBCtVlCGl W OTK Installed and Repaired 

We also have a stock of Electrical Appliances and Supplies 

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

ALBERT GENTEL, Inc. 

Electrical Contractors 

1503 COLUMBIA AVENUE 

4445 GERMANTOWN AVENUE PHILADELPHIA 

Phone, Diamond 0727 Established 1900 

B. Franklin Waldron 

Interior Decorations 

1515 Montgomery Ave. 

WALL PAPERS PHILADELPHIA 

WINDOW SHADES CUSTOM GRILLES 

PICTURE MOULDINGS DRAPERY MATERIALS 

HARDWOOD FLOORS INTERIOR PAINTING 

CXXVII 




A Real Convenience 

Over 35,000 Philadelphians are now realizing the 
benefits and enjoying the many privileges to which 
an account with Philadelphia's Pioneer Day and Night 
Bank entitles them. They have found it — A REAL 
CONVENIENCE. 

Capital and Surplus, $2,000,000 



8.30 A. M. to 




Midnight Daily 



** Open Your Account To-day'* 

FRANKLIN TRUST CO 

15th Street Below Market 



52nd and Market Streets Delaware Ave. and Market St. 

Open 8.30 A. M. to Midnight Open 8.30 A. M. to 6 P. M. 

Germantown Avenue Above Chelten 
Open 8.30 A. M. to Midnight 



CXXVIII 



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