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IN MEMORIAM 




TWENTY- SIXTH 

ANNUAL REPORT 



OF 



The National Farm 
School 



Farm School 
Bucks County 
Pennsylvania 




Officers of The National Farm School 
1923-1924 



LOCAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

Acti)ig Frcsidcnt and Chairman Board of Triislccs 
HARRY B. HIRSH 

TrcasJtrer 
ISAAC H. SILVERMAN 

Secretary 

Miss E. M. Bellefield 

Field Secretaries 

Miss A. M. Abraham SON W.m. Abrahamsox 

Mrs. Miriam Isaacs 

Office : 808 Denckla Building, Philadelphia 

HONORARY MEMBERS 
(Having served for ten consecutive years) 
Hart Blumexthal Daxiel Gimbel Louis Ncsbaum 

Adolph EicHHOLZ Harry B. Hirsh Bernard Selig 

Harry Felix ^Morris A. Kaufmaxx I. H. Silverman 

Simon Friedberger Alfred ^l. Klein Jos. N. Snellenburg 

Leon ^Ierz 

ELECTED MEMBERS 
Term Expires 1924 Term Expires 1925 Term Expires 1926 

Morris Fleishman David Burpee Herbert D. Allman 

Albert M. Greenfield Abraham J. Feldman Henry S. Belber 

Fred. P. Gruenberg Maurice Eels Jos. H. Hagedorn 

Jos. H. HiNLEiN Horace Fleisher Henry A. James 

Louis A. Hirsch Roy A. Heymann ^l. R. Krauskopf 

Bernard Kohn Charles Kline Eugene M. Stern 

James Work Leon Rosenbauai Geo. Wheeler 

John Zimmerman Philip Sterling Grant Wright 

Accountant to the School 
y Alfred AI. Gross 

NATIONAL AUXILIARY BOARD 

Mmx a. AilliM- Koclicster. X. Y. .Tiilian A. Hillmnn. .Atlantic City. X. .T. 

Daniel AlexaiKkT. . Salt Lake City. T'tah A. Hirslilieiuier La Crosse, Wi.s, 

Gov. M. Alexaii'ler Knise, Idaho Albert C. Leliniau PittsbursL. Pa. 

Henry Beer Xi-w Orleans. I.a. .T. E. ()i)i)enheinicr Butte. Mont. 

Melvin Belirends ...Washington. D. <". Louis Sehlesiuger Newark, X. J. 

I. W. Bernheini Louisville. Ky. Morris Stern San Antonio, Tex. 

Harry S. Binswan^er . . . Ricliniond, Va. David Sternberg Mempliis, Tenn. 

Xathan Eckstein Seattle. Wash. Isaac M. rilinan Xew Haven. Conn. 

Maurice J. Freiberg ..Cincinnati. Ohio Eugene Warner Buffalo, X. Y. 

Samuel Friedheini Rock Hill. S. C. ■ Morris Weil Lincoln, Xeb. 

Milton D. (ireenbauin Batiniore. IMd. Samuel D. Wise Cleveland. Oliio 

Mrs. H. A. (Juinzburg. .Xew York, X. Y. 



THE XATIONAI. FARM SCHOOL 



THE FACULTY 



BERNHARD OSTROLENK, M. Sc, M. A.. Ph. D., 
Director, Instructor in Rural Sociology and Farm Management 

J. L. CAMPBELL, B. Sc, 

Governor 

O. A. STANGEL, B. Sc, M. Sc. 
Instructor in Agriculture and Superintotdent of Far>ns 

FRANK PLAIN, B. Sc, 

Instructor in Poultry Culture 

D. M. PURMELL. B. Sc. 

Instructor in Horticulture 

HENRY SCHMIEDER. B. Sc. 
Instructor in Biology 

MORRIS MAYER, 
Instructor in Floriculture 

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

WESLEY AIASSINGER, D. V. S., 

Instructor in J'ctcrinary Science 

ELIAS NUSBAUM, 
Instructor in Farm Electricity 

S. J. MARX, C. P. A., 

Instructor in Farm Bookkeeping and Accounts 

HARMAX KRAFT. ^VALTER J. GROMAN. FRANK LAUBNER, 

Farm Foremen 

J. RABINOWITZ. WM. VAN LOOY. CHAS. EISLER, 

Post Graduate Farm Managers of Experiment Farms 



THE XATIOXAL FARM SCHOOL 



STANDING COMMITTEES 

1923-1924 



Herbert D. Allman 
Abraham J. Feldman 
Maurice Fels 
Horace T. Fleishcr 



Educational 
Louis Nusbaum, Chainnan 
Frederick Gruenberg Pliilip Sterling 

Joseph H. Hagedorn Dr. George Wheeler 

Morris A. Kaufmann James Work 

Bernard Kohn Grant Wright 



Hart Blumenthal 
Adolph Eichholz 
Daniel Gimbel 



Herbert D. Allman 
Hart Bhmienthal 
Harry Felix 



Henry S. Belber 
David Burpee 
Morris Fleishman 



Herbert D. Allman 
Maurice Fels 



Financial 
Joseph N. Snellenburg, Chairman 

Albert M. Greenfield Charles Kline 

Roy A. Heymann I. H. Silverman 

Philip Sterling 
Budget 
Alfred M. Klein, Chairman 
Frederick Gruenberg Leon Merz 

Joseph Hinlein Bernard Selig 

Louis A. Hirsch Eugene M. Stern 

M. R. Krauskopf 



Domestic 
Eugene M. Stern, Chainnan 



Simon Friedberger 
Henry A. James 
^L R. Krauskopf 
Leon Rosenbaum 



John Zimmerman 
Mrs. A. J. Bamberger 
Mrs. Bernard Kohn 



Alumni and Student Contact 

Philip Sterling, Chairman 
Horace T. Fleisher James Work 

Louis A. Hirsch Grant Wright 

Louis Nusbaum 



Building and Property Maintenance 
Herbert D. Allman, Chairman 
Frederick Gruenberg Louis Nusbaum James Work 

Leon ^lerz Leon Rosenbaum Grant Wright 

L H. Silverman 

LADIES' AUXILIARY COMMITTEE 

Associated zvith the Local Board 

Mrs. Bernard Kohn, Chainuoman Mrs. L. H. Heimerdinger, Treasurer 

Mrs. Morris Bernstein, Secretary 



Mrs. H. Baversdorfer 
Mrs. H. S. Behal 
Mrs. D. Berlizheimer 
Mrs. B. B. Bloch 



Mrs. Gabriel Blum :\Irs. L. U. Marks 

Mrs. Wm. Cauffman ]\Irs. Theodore Netter 

Mrs. H. M. Dannenbaum Mrs. S. Rosenau 

Mrs. Sara Goldsmith Mrs. Morris Wolf 
Mrs. D. Kirschbaum 



HONORARY MEMBERS 

Mrs. a. Fleisher, ]\Irs. A. M. Klein, ]\Irs. R. B. Schoneman, 

Honorary Chairivomen 

Mrs. A. J. Bamberger Miss Frieda Jonas Mrs. H. Rosenthal 

Mrs. J. Guckenheimer Mrs. Jos. Krauskopf Mrs. M. Sycle 



Till'". XATIONAI. l-AKM Si.'ll()C)l. 



MESSAGE OF DR. KRAUSKOPF 

TO 

ANNUAL SPRING EXERCISES 
Sunday, June 3, 1923 

(Written ten days before Dr. Krauskopf s death and is his last piece of 
literary work) 



I am saddened that I cannot be with you for the exercises 
today, but I send you my affectionate regards and greetings. 
How happy I Avonld have been could I have journeyed with you 
out to the Farm School, as I was wont to do in former years, 
to converse along the way with old acquaintances, and to meet 
and greet new friends. These public gatherings of the friends 
and supporters of the Farm School were milestones in its history, 
and always marked a stride forward, in that, seeing the Farm 
School face to face at these occasions, the people realized with 
all the more appreciation, the blessed work that lay before their 
eyes, and its deservedness to merit their support. I shall live 
through every part of the program as if I were actually present 
with you. Whatever appertains to the Farm School is dear 
to me. 

It is my love for it that is responsible for my being now 
deprived of the pleasure of joining in this occasion. I had come 
to the Farm School at the end of March after convalescing from 
a very severe illness. AVhile on the grounds, the fire that de- 
stroyed Pioneer Hall took place, and it was hard for me to stand 
by and to have to see the first building that I had seen erected 
at the School thus completely razed. There Avas about it for 
me a sentiment and feeling that nothing could replace. It was 
our first building. I had traveled the length and breadth of the 
country, lecturing, to raise the monej' to put it up, and added 
to the money thus collected my own meagre savings. At that 
time. Pioneer Hall provided all the young institution's needs. 
There throbbed the Farm School's very life, and within its 
modest confines were dreamed the dreams of the future, and 
out from it went inspiration for expansion and growth. Ever 



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fondly as it was thus held by me, to see it burned down affected 
me more than my state of convalescence could stand, and this, 
coupled with a heavy cold which I contracted at the time, brought 
on a severe attack of illness, which is responsible for my absence 
today. 

I am o-rateful that I am so far improved that I can at least 
express my appreciation for the splendid bequest of $75,000 
recently given the School from the Estate of Rosetta M. Ulman, 
of Williamsport, Pa., through the kind aid of Mr. Abraham 
Erlanger, of New York, Executor, of which you will probably 
hear more during the course of the exercises. This money is 
to be applied to the fund for the erection of the new Dormitory 
Building to replace Pioneer Hall, which building is to become 
known as the "Rosetta M. Ulman Memorial Dormitory." 

Considering that the cost of building construction is more 
than three times in excess of what it was when Pioneer Hall 
was put up, you can realize the amount of money necessary to 
erect and equip a modern, fire-proof building of the size required 
to house our ever-increasing student body. I am cheered that 
my many friends are coming forward so nobly and, by their 
financial assistance, are helping to share the burden of raising 
the funds which are necessary immediately' for entering upon 
the construction of this building, which must be ready for occu- 
pancy before the cold weather sets in, the boys at present being 
housed in out-of-the-way corners, wherever it is possible to place 
a bed. 

To the honored Vice-President, Mr. Harry B. Hirsh, who, 
despite the great demands upon him by his own work and the 
great sorrow he sustained in the loss of his life companion, has 
taken the helm and guided the destinies of the School with a firm 
hand and a keen vision; to Mr. Herbert D. Allman, who has 
assumed the Directorship of the One Million Dollar Jubilee Fund 
Campaign and the Chairmanship of the Building Committee and 
given loyally and unstintingiy of his time to the cause ; and to 
the other members of the Board, who have taken such a deep 
interest in looking to the affairs of the Farm School, and reliev- 
ing my anxiety as to its welfare, are extended by earnest thanks. 

My heartiest thanks I also extend to our Guests of Honor, 
who have responded to my invitation and have come to give their 
endorsement and service to this deserving institution, that is 
and has been from the first non-sectarian in its character, open 
and entirely free to all from all parts of the country, who qualify 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 7 

for admission, and to whom it gives in a three-year course, 
a thoroiio'h training in practical and scientific agriculture, and 
whose graduates ai-e giving an excellent account of themselves. 
^ly regret is that T cannot personally serve as host and take 
tiiem over our 900 acres of land which we are cultivating, and 
that 1 cannot express to them my pleasure at meeting with them. 
Perhaps that satisfaction may be vouchsafed me in the future. 

My heartiest greetings I also extend to my friends through- 
out the country who have planted trees in memory of their 
departed dear ones, and to those who have planted festive 
trees in commemoration of joyous occasions. At this time we 
are especially remembering our distinguished departed friends : 
John Wanamaker, one of the most useful and prominent citizens 
of our City; my dear personal 'friend, Dr. Emil G. Hirscli. who 
occupied one of the foremost Jewish pulpits in our land ; Judge 
Mayer Sulzberger, an eminent and distinguished jurist ; Harris 
Weinstock, a leading citizen of the State of California, who gave 
the f.rst hundred dollars tOAvards founding the Library at the 
Farm School. We are also taking this means of honoring Nathan 
Straus, my personal friend for over twenty-five years, one of 
the earliest believers in and supporters of The National Farm 
School; the Rev. Dr. Russell Conwell, a co-worker and neighbor 
for the past thirty years; Rev. Dr. Kaufman Kohler, the dis- 
tinguished scholar and successor of my own teacher, Rabbi Isaac 
M. Wise, as President of the Hebrew' Union College. 

My thoughts are with all the other visitors, my good friends 
through the years, who have stood faithfully by me and rallied 
to my appeals for the School. I have the liapp}' consciousness 
of the remembrance of their kindness, which will ahvays be 
sweet, and in the hope of gaining additional friends and sup- 
porters of the Farm School I am further encouraged. 

May this prove to be one of the most successful days in the 
history of the Farm School. May the institution grow from 
strength to strength, and may the lives of the students we have 
under our care be the best compensation for all our efforts and 
sacrifices. I look forward, with pleasurable anticipation, to meet- 
ing you on these grounds when we shall gather here for our 
Succoth Harvest Festival in the Fall. 



THE XATIOXAL FARM SCHOOL 



Resolutions on the Death of 

DR. JOSEPH KRAUSKOPF 

Passed by the Board of The National Farm School at Its 
Meeting June 20, 1923 

On the twelfth day of June, nineteen hundred and twenty- 

1" n "P p P 

RABBI JOSEPH KRAUSKOPF, D. D. 

the Founder and President of The National Farm School, was 
translated from life to life, from life temporal to life eternal. 
The National Farm School was the creation of the vision and 
mind and effort of the Rev. Dr. Joseph Krauskopf. To it he gave 
a maximum of his devotion ; for it he had a maximum of affection ; 
it was the child of his innermost conviction, and the object of his 
tireless energy and never-ending service since the day of the 
School's inception to the day of its Founder's death. 

The Board of Trustees of The National Farm School mouru 
the death of their President and leader, and they do hereby 

RESOLVE, that the work of the Founder shall not have 
been in vain, and that to the best of their ability, individually and 
collectively, this institution shall be perpetuated, its existence 
made secure, its further growth and development assured, that 
it may henceforth become the monument and memorial to 
Joseph Krauskopf, dreamer of dreams realized, priest and prophet 
of the living God, faithful servant of mankind. 

IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED, that this minute be suitably 
engrossed and presented to Mrs. Joseph Krauskopf, that it be pub- 
lished in the daily press of Philadelphia, in the Jeunsli Exponent, 
the Year Book of The National Farm School and the Gleaner. 

Abraham J. Feldman, Chairman, 
Alfred M. Klein, 
Leon IMerz, 

Committee. 



TllE NATIONAL l-ARAi SCHOOL 



MESSAGE OF THE ACTING PRESIDENT 
HARRY B. HIRSH 

TO THE 26th ANNUAL HARVEST PILGRAMAGE 

Paris, September 21, 1923. 

To the old and neiv friends of the Farm School — to the men and 
women associated with us in its work — Greetings : 

Each October for these many years you have journeyed to the 
Farm School in joy and pleasant anticipation ; here to listen to 
a stirring message ; here to be inspired anew with faith and 
courage; here to celebrate the gathering in of the harvest. This 
year you gather for the Harvest Festival in profound sorrow. 
The light that led us has been extinguished. The eloquent 
tongue of Joseph Krauskopf is silenced forever. His magnetic 
presence, his life and talents, so lavishly devoted to the School, 
have been taken from us. , 

The spirit and memory of Joseph Krauskopf, however, re- 
main. They bid us to be of good cheer and courage. Harken- 
ing to that spirit, revering that memory, we dedicate ourselves 
to carrj^ on his work. 

Our Director, Dr. Ostrolenk, will report to you the results 
of the work done in the field in cultivating the largest acreage 
in our histor^^ He will tell you of the educational and social 
life of the student bodj^ and you will be gratified to learn that 
the practical and theoretical work of our boys has been the 
best in the history of the School. Our grateful thanks and 
appreciation are due to him and to every member of the faculty 
and staff for their devotion and efficient work. 

Our Campaign Director, Mr. Herbert Allman, will tell you 
of the friends and supporters the School has found during the 
year ; of the disastrous fire that swept away Pioneer Hall in 
•April and of the magnificent bequest that came to us providenti- 
ally and immediately thereafter through Abraham Erlanger of 
New York City, as Executor of the Estate of Miss Rosetta M. 
Ulman of Williamsport. Her present and prospective gifts, 
totaling $75,000, make possible the building of a new fire-proof 
dormitory to house 100 students. We hope to dedicate this new 
Rosetta M. Ulman Memorial Hall next June. Mr. Allman will 
also tell you of the generosity of Messrs. Schiff and Warburg, 



10 THE NATIONAL FAR.M SCHOOL 

and hundreds of others, and of the certainty that, as a memorial 
to Dr. Kraiiskopf, the Million Dollar Fund will be completed. 

Our Treasurer, Mr. Isaac PI. Silverman, will submit a report 
of the receipts, expenditures and financial condition of the insti- 
tution. This is always a matter of extreme interest and anxiety 
on the part of our supporters, critics and social service experts. 
For in the careful review and analysis of our expenditures, the 
slide-rule of per capita cost per student per year is generally 
used, and to this is added a large percentage to cover the cost 
of educating those who discontinue agricultural work after leav- 
ing the School. 

From the figures so obtained, it is but a short step to the 
conclusion that an investment of over $2,000 per boy for a period 
of three years is one not warranting further expansion or support. 
We thus hear that the proposition is economically unsound and 
that Joseph Krauskopf built up an institution and system of 
education doomed to eventual failure. 

Our critics argue that it is not enough that 70 to 80 per 
cent, of the high type American boys we send out each year, at 
a cost of only $1,000 to $1,500 per student over the three-year 
period succeed as farmers. It is, however, entirely in order to 
call attention to the fact that the other 30 per cent, have met 
with conspicuous success in other professions and industries as 
the result of their training here. Our balance sheet thus shows 
100 per cent, of the best American citizenship. Would not 
Harvard, Yale and our other American colleges be proud, could 
they produce an equal quality of citizenship, and as high a 
percentage of successful lawj^ers, doctors and engineers, at 
many times the expenditure! 

This, however, is only half our story. When Joseph 
Krauskopf, nearly 30 years ago, planned and built the School, 
it was largely as a means of escape for the poor of the cit}^ slums 
from their poverty and suflt'ering. He had a vision of a new 
generation, otherwise submerged and foredoomed to the vices 
and diseases of the crowded cities, living in the open, in a new 
environment of health, happiness and hope. But with prophetic 
foresight and uncanny wisdom, he must also have sensed the 
problems facing the whole United States todaj^, and the part 
the American Jew might play, through this School, in solving 
them. 

The first and most obvious feature of this contribution is 
the impetus the School has given and is now giving to the farm- 



T1]E NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 11 

ing industry. For the past four or five yeai-s there has been an 
avalanche of discussion about the sad plight of the farmer. The 
farmer himself, whether rich or poor, and his son encouraged 
by his father, have quit. The boy now has a white-collar job 
with shorter hours and less fatiguing work. Meanwhile, what 
is happening to farming? Every industry must have an infusion 
of new blood each year or decaj'. Until recently that came to 
farming through immigration, but a new statute has cut off that 
supply. Where will farming now obtain it? Our School has 
blazed a path that leads men and boys from the city to the farm. 

Second. It has been a beacon light to the boy of the over- 
crowded city with its handicaps, povertj'^ and diseases, illuminat- 
ing the values of country life ; its peace, happiness, health and 
independence. 

Third. Our public schools send forth into the world each 
year a horde of boys equipped only for clerical work or for 
living by their wits. The Farm School has demonstrated the 
value of a new system of education which gives to every boy 
training in handicraft and the manual trades. 

Fourth. A serious situation faces the entire building, metal,, 
textile and other industries in the dearth of skilled workmen. 
How to recruit the ranks has become a national problem. The 
Farm School is a pioneer in mass or community apprenticeship 
oil the job. Experts have declared this can be the only success- 
ful system to adopt in industry. 

Fifth. With national safety and progress dependent upon 
the primary need of producing food and shelter in ever more 
bountiful quantities, the Farm School immediately and directly 
serves the Nation by training boys for one of these primary 
pursuits. 

Sixth. As an Americanization movement, the School is en- 
titled to take a front place with other methods for strengthening 
patriotism. Bringing city boys, many of them of alien birth, into 
contact with American soil and American ideals, it creates within 
them that love of country, of the flag and of American institu- 
tions which is synonymous with the best citizenship. 

In mam' directions, and in unknown places, seed has been 
scattered which is bringing forth blessed fruit. Even to far off 
India and Palestine the School has recently given valuable help. 

We have then, an institution whose work and whose influence 
cannot be weighed by standards used to appraise other philan- 
thropies or social service agencies, because it is impossible to 



12 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

place our moneys in one pan of the balance, and the intangible 
products of the School in the other. 

In that remarkable document published last June as "The 
Last Will send Testament of Joseph Krauskopf," he bequeathed 
to the American Jews and non-Jews all his equity, right, title 
and interest in and to this School, time and devotion which, 
expressed in moneys, would have provided an enormous fortune 
for his children. The School, then, belongs to the Nation, and 
upon it, and especially upon the American Jews, rests the obliga- 
tion to conserve, continue and expand his work. It is a precious 
legacy, of inestimable present value, of unbounded future pos- 
sibilities. 

To be associated with its administration is a high honor; to 
support it noAv and to participate in its future, must appeal to 
the heart of every broad-minded man and woman of the United 
States. "We give you our heartfelt thanks for your past bene- 
factions and work, and make this plea for j^our continued interest 

and support. 

HAKRY B. HIRSH, 

Acting President. 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL GRADUATION 
February 22, 1923 

The Twenty-second Annual Graduation was held in Segal 
Hall on the grounds of The National Farm School on Washing- 
ton's Birthday, February 22, 1923. 

The exercises were opened with an invocation by Rev. Wm. 
Boswell, Professor of English at the School. 

Mr. Harry B. Hirsh, Vice-President of the School, presided. 
In his opening remarks Mr. Hirsh read a telegram of greeting 
from Dr. Jos. Krauskopf, Founder and President of the School, 
who was prevented from attending the exercises because of 
serious illness. 

He then called attention to the work the School is doing in 
training boys for agricultural careers, and the endorsements 
which it has received from such eminent men as President Warren 
G. Harding ; Secretary of the Navy, Edwin Denby ; Secretary of 
War, John W. Weeks; Secretary of Commerce, Herbert C. 
Hoover ; Secretary of Agriculture, Henry G. Wallace ; Postmaster- 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCFIOOL 13 

General, Hubert Work; Assistant Secretarj- of the Navy, Theo- 
dore Koosevelt; Luther Burbank, one of America's foremost 
naturalists, and scores of others. Mr, Hirsh called attention to 
the nation-Avide Silver Jubilee Fund being raised for the School 
as a testimonial to Dr. Krauskqpf, the fund to be used to enable 
the School to expand to meet the growing needs of the institution. 

Mr. Hirsh then introduced Mr. Frank P. Willetts, Secretary 
of Agriculture of Pennsylvania, who delivered the commence- 
ment address. Another speaker was Dr. Oliver P. Cornman, 
Associate Superintendent of Public Schools, of Philadelphia. 

Dr. Bernhard Ostrolenk, Director of the School, presented 
the diplomas to the thirty-two graduates, who had completed 
the full three-years' course in practical and scientific agriculture. 

An announcement by Mr. Jos. H. liagedorn. President of 
Temple Keneseth Israel, Philadelphia, of a gift of $50,000 to the 
School from Messrs. Felix M. "Warburg and Mortimer L. Scliiff, 
was receiveel with great enthusiasm and sincere appreciation by 
the audience. 

Presentation of the Hoe was made by Leo A. Bennett, of 
the graduating class. Boris Duskin delivered the salutatory and 
Max Rotter the valedictory. 

Diplomas were awarded to : 

Jacob J. Abramovitz, Gloversville, Henri J. Liva, Philadelphia 

N. Y. Jacob Malkin, Barren Hill, Pa. 
David H. Becker, Brooklyn. N. Y. Jos. Masters, Yantic, Conn. 
Leo A. Bennett, Philadelphia Leopold L. Pincns, New York City- 
Mitchell Brauman, Easton, Pa. David Piatt, Weehawken Hts., N. J. 
Nathan Comsky, Chicago Cecil Rabinovvitz, New York City 
Boris Duskin, Chicago Rubin Regelson, New York City 
Chas. Eisler, New York City Max Rotter, Cleveland, Ohio 
Henry Eskin, Newark, N. J. Wni. J. Sandford, Trenton, N. J. 
David Prater. Philadelphia Bernard Savage, Baltimore, Md. 
Walter S. Gladney, Trenton, N. J. William Schorr, New York City 
Herbert Goldich, Philadelphia Benj. Schwartz, Philadelphia 
Irving Herrman, New York City Stanley Sneidman, Philadelphia 
Jos. Horowitz, Brooklyn; N. Y. Wm. Van Looy, Sicklerville, N. J. 
Fred W. Kloss, Philadelphia Saul S. Waxman, New York City 
' Irving R. Landau, New York City Jacob Weiner, Philadelphia 
David F. Lasday, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

A post-graduate certificate was awarded to Otto L. Wenger, 
of Philadelphia, for having specialized one additional year in 
farm management on one of the School's experimental farms. 

Post-graduate courses and appointments as farm managers 
for the ensuing year were awarded to Charles Eisler, Wm. P. 



14 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

Van Looy and Jacob Rabinowitz. Leo A. Bennett received a 
gold watch, an annual prize offered by Mrs. Eda Rothstein, of 
Johnstown, Pa., in memor.y of her husband ; David Becker, the 
Pennsylvania State College Scholarship ; and Jacob Weiner. the 
Veterinary Prize offered by Dr. Wesley Massinger, Instructor in 
Veterinary Science at the School. The Jacob Weil Prize Avas 
divided between Leo A. Bennett, first, and Wni. Schorr, second. 



TWENTY-SIXTH ANNUAL SPRING EXERCISES 

Dedication of Memorial and Festive Trees 

Sunday, June 3, 1923 

The consecration and dedication of the John Wanamaker 
Memorial Grove, the Russell H. Comvell Festive Grove, the 
Nathan Straus Vineyard, and a large number of individual trees 
in honor of living and in memory of departed friends of the 
School, were the features of the Annual Spring Exercises held 
at The National Farm School on Sunday, June 3, 1923. 

Although the absence from these exercises of both the 
Founder of the School, Dr. Jos. Krauskopf, and the Vice-Presi- 
dent, Mr. Harry B. Hirsh, the former because of illness, and the 
latter by a death in his family, was keenly felt by those who 
attended, yet interest in the proceedings and appreciation of 
the expansion of the work were enthusiastically manifested 
throughout the exercises on the part of the large audience. 

The weather was what has come to be knoAvn as "Krauskopf 
weather." Summer skies smiled on the broad acres of the School 
and on the large gathering of visitors, which included a special 
delegation of friends from Newark, N, J., who came to the School 
by special train chartered for the occasion. 

The exercises were opened with an invocation by Rabbi 
Abraham J. Feldman, devoted mainly to a prayer for the restora- 
tion of Dr. Krauskopf to health, 

Mr. Jos. H. Hagedorn, of Philadelphia, representing the 
Board of Trustees, then introduced Judge James Gay Gordon, of 
Philadelphia, as the presiding officer of the day. 

Judge Gordon, in a brief address, praised the work of Dr. 
Krauskopf in having succeeded in creating this School, stating 
that it was more than a philanthropy, that it was an act of 
statesmanship, and that the founder of the School had been 
impelled not only by benevolence, but by practical thought that 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 15 

here ^vas a way to open a new field for many in the exercise of 
their intellect and wisdom. 

FolloAving the reading of a message from Dr. Krauskopf 
(printed in full on pp. 5 to 7 of this book), Judge Gordon intro- 
duced Governor Edward C. Stokes, of New Jersey, Avho stated 
that the boys who are being trained along agricultural lines are 
being ''trained to speak in deeds rather than in emi)ty words." 
He commended the work done by Jewish farmers in the State 
of New Jersey, and said that the fact that they had been able 
to make an unfertile soil productive, is proof that Jews are able 
to become good farmers. 

Mr. Jacob Billikopf, Executive Director of the Federation 
of Jewish Charities of Philadelphia, was the next speaker, who 
in an eloquent address dedicated the Nathan Straus Vineyard. 
Mr. Billikopf urged his listeners to dedicate themselves to further- 
ing and fostering the ideals of which Mr. Nathan Straus is a true 
exponent. 

Congressman Geo. A. Welsh then spoke briefly, saying in 
part that the Jew has been ordained to step into the breach at 
the very time when the city's dependence on the country is 
becoming alarmingly acute, and that the sending of trained 
farmers into different parts of the country will help materially 
in solving a difficult problem. 

Mr. Bartley J. Doyle, President of the Poor Eichard Club, 
of Philadelphia, the next speaker, said, "I am entirely out of 
sympathy with the 'grist-mill' idea of education, making all 
boys, regardless of their individual talents, temperaments and 
disposition, take the same subjects in school, and then passing or 
flunking them at the end of a specified time. I, therefore, am a 
great advocate of the sj'stem of vocational training as exemplified 
by this Farm School." 

Dr. Edward N. Calisch, President of the Central Conference 
of American Rabbis, delivered a tribute to Dr. Kaufmann Kohler, 
dedicating a festive tree planted in honor of Dr. Kohler 's eight- 
ieth birthda3^ He also paid tribute to the late Dr. Emil G, Hirsch, 
of Chicago, consecrating a Memorial Tree to the memory of Dr. 
Hirsch. 

Mr. Ernest T. Trigg, of the Philadelphia Chamber of Com- 
merce, paid a tribute to Dr. Russell H. Conwell, dedicating the 
grove planted in honor of Dr. Conwell's eightieth birthday. 

Mr. Joseph H. Hagedorn, delivering the Jubilee Year address, 
reviewed the work that had so far been done toward the raising 



16 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

of the $1,000,000 Testimonial Fund as a tribute to Dr. Kraus- 
kopf's work in behalf of the School for over twenty-five years. 
He made a plea that the friends of the School put their shoulder 
to the wheel so that the desired goal would be reached before 
the end of the year. He referred to several large gifts recently 
received, ranging in amounts from $10,000 to $75,000, notably 
the one of the latter amount from the Estate of Rosetta M. Ulman, 
of Williamsport, Pa. 

After a recess for luncheon the programme was resumed, 
with the consecration of the John Wanamaker Memorial Grove, 
planted by Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Blum, of Philadelphia. The 
address of consecration was delivered by Dr. Thomas E. Finegan, 
State Superintendent of Public Instruction. In his address, Dr. 
Finegan laid stress on agriculture as one of the "ancient and 
honorable" occupations. "All through the history of this coun- 
try we have been an agricultural people . . . The importance 
of agricultural schools and colleges, of farm bureaus and ex- 
periment stations cannot be overestimated in their relation to 
the development of farming along scientific lines." He paid a 
glowing tribute to the life and achievements of the late John 
Wanamaker, "whose life was one devoted to the service of 
humanity," 

Philip Sterling, Esq., member of the House of Representa- 
tives of Pennsylvania and member of the Board of Trustees of 
the School, paid tribute to Angelo Myers and Henry Bronner, 
of Philadelphia, and Harris Weinstock, of San Francisco, late 
members of the Board of the School, and Mr. Jacob Gimbel, late 
President of the Federation of Jewish Charities, of Philadelphia. 

Beautiful tributes were paid to Mrs. Harry B. Hirsh and Mrs. 
Isaac H. Silverman, late members of the Ladies' Auxiliary 
Board of the School, by Mrs. Morris Jastrow, Jr., and Mrs. 
Bernard Kohn, respectively. 

A tribute was also paid to the late Judge Mayer Sulzberger, 
of Philadelphia. 

Festive and memorial trees planted on the School grounds 
during the year in the name of living and deceased friends of 
the School were then impressively consecrated. (The list of 
names for whom trees were planted is given in full on pp. 17 to 19 
of this book.) 

Prizes to the students for effort and merit were awarded. 
The exercises closed with the reciting of the Kaddish and the 
pronouncing of a benediction by Rabbi Feldman. 



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17 



FESTIVE TREES 



Dedicated at the Tree Consecration Exercises, Sunday, June 3, 1923, in 

Honor of 



BIRTHS 

Ciirolyn Bernlieim, Philadelphia. 

Richard Marvin Bronner, Philadel- 
phia. 

Lee Abner Cohen. Philadelphia. 

Howard Raymond Flock, Philadel- 
phia. 

Richard Garretson. Philadelphia. 

Richard Stanley Hochman, Easton, 
Pa. 

Stanley L. Isenberg, Philadelphia. 

Randle Morgan Kauders, Philadel- 
phia. 

Eleanore Louise Needles, Philadel- 
phia. 

Gloria Beryl Press, Atlantic City. 

Jack Press, Jr., Philadelphia. 



BIRTHDAYS 

Harry Blitz, Philadelphia, 1st. 

Mrs. Manuel Halle, Cleveland, 80th. 

Mrs. Morris Hohenberg, Selma, Ala. 

Dr. Kaufman Kohler, New York, 
80th. 

Dr. Jos. Krauskopf, Philadelphia. 
65th. 

Mrs. Allah M. Latz. New York City. 

Mrs. Rachel Rosenblatt, Philadel- 
phia. 

Frank Schlesinger, Newark, N. J., 
1st. 

BETROTHALS 

Hilda G. Barmach and Dr. Jacob M. 

Cahan, Philadelphia. 
Tessie S. Dalsimer, Philadelphia. 
Pauline U. Marks and Carl F. 

Rosenau, Philadelphia. 



CONFIRMATIONS 

Albert Behrend. Philadelphia. 

Gladys Dorothy Biberman, Philadel- 
phia. 

Jane S. Dalsimer, Philadelphia. 

Harold K. Don, Philadelphia. 

Mildred Fried, Philadelphia. 

Norman Goldsmith, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Leroy Kaplan. Philadelphia. 

Michael Kaufman, Jr., Brookline, 
Mass. 

Fleurette S. Klonower, Philadelphia. 

Edwin M. Koshland, Philadelphia. 

Maxine Levy, Philadelphia. 

George Metzler. New York. 

Myra Louise Mitofsky, Philadelphia. 

Mildred E. Moldawer. Philadelphia. 

Hortense Newmayer, Philadelphia. 

Bernice Nordlinger, Philadelphia. 

Milton M. Propper, Philadelphia. 

Dorothy Feldstein Rich, Philadel- 
phia. 



Harrison G. Schweig. Philadelphia. 
Elliott M. Swart, Philadelphia. 
Richard E. Swart, Philadelphia. 
Marion M. Wyman, Philadelphia. 

GRADUATION 

Clarissa Silverman. Elkins Park. Pa. 



MARRIAGE 

Mr. and Mrs. Henrv S. Louchheim. 

II. Philadelphia. 
Gladys Middleton and Harry Latz, 

New Y'ork. 
Irene F. Posner and Rov M. Liebler. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES 

Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Baer. Atlantic 
City, 50th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Belber. Phila- 
delphia, 25th. 

Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham .J. Feld- 
man. Philadelphia, 5th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Jierman E. Green, 
Philadelphia, 10th. 

Mr. and Mrs. "Walter Herzberg, 
Philadelphia, 20th. 

Dr. and Mrs. Leopold M. Jacobs, 
Philadelphia. 10th. 

Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Marx, Philadel- 
phia, 17th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Morton J. Meyers. 
Philadelphia, 10th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. S. Schoneman, 
Philadelphia. 10th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Sol. I. Stein, Philadel- 
phia, 20th. 

Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Sternfeld. Phila- 
delphia, 1st. 



RECOVERY FROM ILLNESS 

A. Dreifus, Philadelphia. 
Mrs. Max W. Mayer, New York City. 
Mrs. David Moskovitz, Knoxville, 
Tenn. 

Jay H. Moskovitz, Knoxville, Tenn. 



GENERAL 

Beth El Sabbath School, Helena, 
Ark. 

Rabbi Leon H. Elmaleh. Philadel- 
phia. 25th anniversary as Minister 
of Congregation Mikve Israel. 

The National Farm School, 25th 
anniversary. 



18 



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MEMORIAL TREES 




( onsecrated at the Tree Consecration Exercises, Sunday, June S, 1933, in | 




Memory of 




ALABAMA 


LOUISL\.NA 


Max Engel 
Sophie Hollander 


liirniingrhain 


New Orleans 


Leopold Jacob 


Mary Copeland 


Herman Aron 


Leser Lehman 




Julian Fox Benjamin 


Gustav Mayer 


Montgomery 


Jules S. Dreyfous 


Henry Scheck 


Jos. C. Haas 


Gusta Prince 
Haskell Prince 


Sadie" Scheck 


Selnia 






Bertha H. Lilienthal 


MARYLAND 


NEW YORK 

Albany 


CALIFORNIA 


Baltimore 


Helen Cohn Rosen- 




Rabbi Louis Bern- 


dale 


San Francisco 


stein 


Hattie C. Steefel 


Fanny Wangenbeim 


Mrs. Wm. Rosenau 


Buffalo 


Harris AVeinstock 








MASSACHUSETTS 


Morris L. Kline 
New Y'ork City 


COLORADO 


Lynn 


Solomon Diamant 


Greeley 


Bernie F. Green 


James Hendricks 

Florance 


Isidor Rothschild 


MISSISSIPPI 


Nat Kessler 
Arthur Lyon 


COXXECTICUX 


Greenville 

Fannie Johl 


Leopold Lyon 
Rachel M. Nathan 


Xew Haven 


Louis Waldauer 




Jennie Rosenblnth 




NORTH CAROLINA 




MISSOURI 


Ne\v Bern 


GEORGIA 


Kansas City 


Mrs. Harry Lipman 


Atlanta 


Harry Benjamin 
David "Wachenheim 


OHIO 


Alfred S. I']ichberg 
Isaac H. Haas 
Bertha Rich 


St. Louis 

Ignatz Epstein 


Bellalre 

Milton Elikan 




Anna Jacoby 


Cincinnati 


Savannah 

Jennie Dub 


Isaac Jacoby 
Charles Steinberg 


Sarah Simon 

Dobrowsky 
Julius Feibelman 


ILLINOIS 


MONTANA 


Henry Hahn 
Mary Fox 


Chicago 


Butte 


Hirschhorn 
Samuel Kuder 


John and Fannie 


Irene K. Blumkin 


Isadore S. Marks 


Fogel 




Columbus 


Dr. Emil G. Hirsch 
Miriam Kalisky 
Flora Weiss 


NEBRASKA 


Amelie Wolf 

Goldschmidt 


Omaha 




Morris Weiss 


Sarah D. Kulakofsky 


Hamilton 




Lester Jerome 


Julia Nowman 


INDIANA 


Livingston 
Ruben I. Mandelson 


Youngstown 


Madison 


Samuel Mandelson 


Nettie K. Rosenbaum 




Lena Pfaelzer Strouss 


Louis Sulzer 


NEW JERSEY 


PENNSYLVANIA 


KENTUCKY 


AtlanHc City 




Louisville 


Ethel Mae Stern- 


Butler 




berger 


Sarah Schaul Nast 


Amanda Bernheim 






Jacques V. Brooks 


Newark 


Easton 


Max Loeb 


Jerome Leland Blau 


Sarah Alder Gross 









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19 



MEMORIAL TREES— Continued 



PENNSYLVANIA 

Johnstown 

Marcus P.olim 
Myer Rothstein 

Lancaster 

Augusta Hirsli 

New Castle 

Samuel Cosel 

Philadelphia 

Morris Bacharach 
Alma Baer 
Kdna Baer 
David Baylinson 
Blanche B. Berg 
Meyer Bernstein 
Morton Bernstein 
Henry Bronner 
Arthur Broomhead 
Jennie Broude 
Malcolm Buxbaum 
Abraham N. Chabrow 
Henry Cohn 
Jacob Dintenfass 
Leon Don 
Frances Hochman 

Ehrlich 

Jacob Ermaiiu 

Bertha Fabian 

Samuel Fabian 

Israel A. Fischer 

Ida F. Fleisher 

Joseph Fox 

Eva Aarons 

Friedmann 

Max Friedmann 
Jacob Gimbel 
Stella Goldberger 
Oliva G. Goldsmith 
Edward L. Haas 
Ermina D. Haas 
Dora K. Halpern 
Julia Hess 
Henry Hilbronner 
Jacob Hilbronner 
Mr. and Mrs. Morris 
Hilbronner 

Abraham Himes 

Rosina Frank Himes 

Henry Hinlein 

Minnie R. Hirsh 

Joseph Hochman 

Julia Ettiuger 

Hofheimer 



Bon.i. F. Horn 

Arthur Jacob 

Clara Jacob 

Felix Jacob 

Dr. Louis H. Jacob 

William Kane 

Dora Kauffmann 

Morris Kauffmann 

Samuel Kaufman 

Dr. Hanna Kindbom 

Lt. Paul Borda 

Kurtz 

David G. Levy 

Isaac Levy 

Rebecca F. 

Louchheim 

Simon Mann 
Nellie H. Miles 
Lillian Miller 
Angelo Myers 
Florence Irene Myers 
Hortense Myers 
Arthur Nnsbaiim 
Sidney H. Nusbaum 
Harry Portenar 
Katharine Pulaski 
Abraham and 

Ernestine Reass 
Moses Rice 
Samuel Rice 
Simon Rice 
Philip Rosenau 
:Mathilde Rosenbaum 
Bernard Rosenman 
Jacob Rosenman 
Laura V. Rothkugel 

Sarah Ettinger 

Rothschild 

Alexander 

Schlesinger 

Leopold Schlesinger 
Sophia Schlesinger 
Adolph Schweriner 
Ida Hirsch Silverman 
Isaac Speier 
Harry Steinbrecker 
Mary Ettinger 

Strauss 
Mattie M. Strauss 
Judge Mayer 

Sulzberger 
Louis L. Teller 
Augusta Weber 
Julius Weil 
Samuel Weil 
Jacob Wiener 
Simon Wolf 



Relia Yunker 

Pittsburgh 

Edward Benswanger 
Louis Goldsinit 

Pottstown 

Samuel Miller 

Pottsville 

Minna Spicker 

t'niontown 

Lillie Cohen 

Rosenberg 

Ray S. Warhaftig 
Williamsport 

Rosetta M. Ulman 

KHODE ISL.AND 

Providence 

Moses Einstein 
William Schloss 

TENNESSEE 

Memphis 

Mrs. M. Lewis 

Ripley 

Lee Berg 

TEXAS 

Houston 

Mrs. Ben Zindler 

Waco 

Isabella Sanger 

VIRGINIA 

Roanoke 

Morris Rosenberg 

WISCONSIN 

Appleton 

Rosa Marshall 
Simon Marshall 

GERMANY 

Laujiheim 

Clara Levinger 
Fannie Levinger 
Heinrich Levinger 



20 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

Resolutions on the Death of 

ANGELO MYERS 

Passed at the Meeting- of the Board of The National Farm School, 
February 14, 1923 

A true man's life is an abiding benediction to the com- 
munity in Avhich he lived, loved and labored. Such has been 
the life of 

ANGELO MYERS. 

We recognized this fact, in a measure at least, while he was still 
amongst us, but now that his spirit has left the flesh, we see more 
clearly and appreciate more fully his helpful and faithful services. 
A lover of mankind, a devotee of the great outdoors, modest and 
guileless, he strove through his brief lifetime to be helpful to 
all. and faithful to that w^hich to him seemed true, guiding his 
life by the rule that there are "... tongues in trees, books 
in the running brooks, sermons in stones, and good in every- 
thing." 

Whereas, the late Angelo Myers has identified himself dur- 
ing his short life with many charitable affairs in the City of 
Philadelphia : and 

Whereas, among the different charitable organizations 
which have reason to feel grateful to his memory for the good 
he has done, was The National Farm School, of which he had 
become a useful and honored member of the Board of Trustees ; 
and 

Whereas, the Board of Trustees of The National Farm 
School feels deeply the loss which has come to it by reason 
of his untimely call, be it 

RES0LAT3D. that the Board of Trustees extend its sympathy 
and have its condolence spread on the minutes as expressive of its 
deep bereavement through the loss of so honored a character and so 
sincere a worker in its cause, and be it 

Further resolved, that this resolution be published in the 
Tear Book of The National Farm School, in the Jewish Exponent, 
in the Gleaner, and that a copy be sent to his bereaved family. 

Leon i\lERZ, Chairman, 
Abraham J. Feldman, 
Louis Nusbaum, 

Committee. 



'rill- XATrONAL FARM SCHOOL 21 



Resolutions on the Death of 

HENRY BRONNER 

Passed by the Board of The National Farm School at Its 
Meeting April 11, 1923 

Whereas, God in His inscrutable wisdom called unto Himself 
the soul of HENRY BRONNER ; and 

Whereas. Henry Bronner has for many years been an honored 
member of the Executive Board of The National Farm School ; 
and 

Whereas, during the years of his service he proved himself to 
be unselfish in his devotion to the interests of The National Farm 
School, wise in counsel, and faithful in his duty as one of the 
Trustees of the institution ; be it therefore 

RESOLVED, that the Executive Board of The National Farm 
School express to his bereaved family its sincere condolence and 
sympathy, and its sense of bereavement in the untimely death of 
a loyal and selfless comrade in the work; and be it further 

RESOLVED, that this resolution be ^spread upon the minutes 
of the Executive Board, that it be published in the Jewish Ex- 
ponent, and that an engrossed copy be sent to the family of our 
late friend. 

Abraham J. Feldman, Chairman, 
Alfred M. Klein^ 
Leon Merz, 

Committee. 



22 



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THE PATRIOTS' GROVE 




hi this Grove are Planted Trees for Friends of the Sclmol ]]l\,j 
A)isiccred Our Country's Call during the U^'orld War 
TREES HAVE BEEN PLANTED AKD CONSECRATED TO THE MEMORY 
OF THE FOLLOWING, WHO DIED IN THE SERVICE OF 
THE NATION: 



Louis Berkowitz, Philadelphia. 
Jacob Bledenthal. Atlantic City. 
Frederick D. Clair, Philadelphia. 
Morrie A. Deutsch, Philadelphia. 
Seth Ettenson, Leavenworth, Kan. 
Jas. Hendricks Florance, New York. 
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. Neu Burger, Philadelphia. 



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

Conn. 
Alexander J. Roth, New Y'ork. 
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 Wittestein, 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. 
I^eon 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, Philadelphia. 



AValter 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 Citv, 
Mo. 

S. Ralph Schwarzschild, Philadel- 
phia. 

.T. 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. 

Frank L. Teller. Philadelphia. 

•Jerome L. Teller, Philadelphia. 

Philip H. Weinberg, Philadelphia. 

Gustav L. Winelander. Philadelphia. 

Stanley S. Wohl, Philadelphia. 

Myron Albert Zacks, Philadelphia. 



T[1F. XATIOXAl. FARM SCHOOL 23 



TWENTY-SIXTH ANNUAL HARVEST PILGRIMAGE 

Sunday, October 7, 1923 

The Twenty-sixth Annual Harvest Pilgrimage held on the 
School grounds, on Sunday, October 7. 1923, -was the first public 
function of the School since the passing away of the Founder 
of the School. Dr. Joseph Krauskopf. and was in the nature of a 
memorial service to him. 

It was one of the largest assemblages that ever participated 
in these Annual Harvest Pilgrimages, and testified to the esteem 
in which the memory and work of Dr. Krauskopf are held. 

The exercises were opened with a prayer by Rabbi Mortimer 
J. Cohen, of Philadelphia. They were presided over by Mr. 
Louis Xusbaum, Chairman of the Committee on Arrangements, 
who read a message from the Acting President, Mr. Harry B. 
Hirsh. printed in full on pp. 9 to 12 of this book. Mr. Nusbaum 
then introduced Dr. Nathan Krass. Rabbi of Temple Emanuel, 
Xew York. 

Dr. Krass eloquently traced his association with Dr. Kraus- 
kopf and the Farm School, speaking of Dr. Krauskopf as "A 
great leader, teacher, builder and organizer." The keynote of 
his address was "I have builded me a monument more lasting 
than bronze." "The Farm School," said he, "will remain a 
monument to the noblest and ablest Rabbi the Hebrew Union 
College in Cincinnati exev produced. The things he did were 
not ethereal, but were concrete, constructive and practical. Doc- 
trines fell from the lips of that great man like seed into fertile 
soil. . Dr. Krauskopf left behind him, not only a visible bequest, 
but also a request that the institution Avhich he conceived shall 
•not perish, but grow stronger and more powerful with the pass- 
ing years." 

Rev. Dr. Frank P. Parkin, Secretary of the American Bible 
Society, in an impressive and inspirational address paid tribute 
to Dr. Krauskopf. Dr. Parkin emphasized the fact that he and 
Dr. Krauskopf were life-long friends, working side by side for 
nianv vears in all movements looking toward civic betterment. 



24 THE NATIONAL FAR:\I SCHOOL 

Dr. Edward Sherwood Mead, Professor of Finance and 
Economy at the University of Pennsylvania, in his address called 
attention to the record of The National Farm School in produc- 
ing 90 bushels of corn to an acre, against the ordinarj^ record 
for the vicinitj^ of 45 bushels, and 8,000 pounds of milk per cow, 
against 4,500 pounds produced under non-scientific conditions. 
He said in part : 

"The demoralized state of the farming industry can be 
charged up against lack of training and inability to apply scien- 
tific knowledge by those who have never had the advantage of 
a training at an institution like The National Farm School. 

"We can get along without the League of Nations, with any 
kind of a tariff, and can even struggle through a coal strike, but 
we cannot get along without food." 

Dr. Jacob G. Lipman, Director of the New Jersey Agricul- 
tural Experiment Station, and Dean of Rutgers College, in a 
very illuminating address, traced the history of agricultural 
education in this country. He credited its real impetus to Presi- 
dent Lincoln's Land Grant in 1864, the proceeds from which 
were to be used for the support of State Colleges teaching agricul- 
ture and mechanic arts. "The attitude of the farmers formerly 
was to look upon schooling of that kind as unnecessarj^, " he 
said, "believing that the farm itself is the best school. As 
against the alarmist attitude of some in the face of the dwindling 
of the rural population. Dr. Lipman held that the average farmer 
today is more efficient and can produce more than formerly. 
"There is no such thing," he stated, "as an over-agricultural or 
an over-industrial development. But co-operation is necessary 
among farmers, without which the American farm will go." 

Dr. Cheeseman A. Herrick, President of Girard College, the 
next speaker, stressed the importance of the fact that the Farm 
School is an "all-American" institution. As the personal friend 
of Dr. Krauskopf for 29 years, he added his meed of praise to 
the achievements of the Founder of the School, and cited a num- 
ber of instances illustrating the interest taken by Dr. Krauskopf 
in improving the condition of his fellow-man. 

Mr. Herbert D. Allman, Director of the Campaign for the 
raising of the Jos. Krauskopf Memorial Fund of $1,000,000 (ong- 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 25 

iiially launched as the Silver Jubilee Fund), and to be devoted to 
the enlargement of the scope and work of the School, presented 
his report of the work accomplished to date. (Published in full 
on pp. 28 and 29 of this book.) 

At the close of the exercises members of the Board of 
Trustees for the ensuing year were elected. Following this prizes 
were distributed to the students, and the exercises were con- 
cluded with prayer. 



REPRINT OF AN EDITORIAL IN THE "PUBLIC LEDGER" 
PHILADELPHIA, OCTOBER 9, 1923 

"Monuments like The National Farm School at Doylestown 
are better than stones set upright in a cemetery or sculptured 
tablets placed in a wall. Rabbi Krauskopf's eloquence and in- 
fluence have continuing life in the school he founded, and the 
memorial he would prefer is that of human life inspired and 
ennobled because of his altruism. 

"For the first time the master builder was absent from the 
annual meeting of the institution he created, but the thousands 
present have taken the torch from the hand of the leader fallen, 
and will carry it forward in his spirit for the good of generations 
vet to be." 



^ 



26 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Resolutions on the Death of 

IDA HIRSH SILVERMAN 

Passed by the Board of The National Farm School at Its 
Meeting- March 14, 1923 

The Board of Directors of The National Farm School is 
grieved and saddened by the news of the passing away of 

IDA HIRSH SILVERMAN. 

^Irs. Silverman was a woman of rare charm of personality and 
beauty of soul. Devoted and beloved as wife, inspiring and idolized 
as mother, God-fearing and faithful, she was held in the highest 
esteem by all who knew her. Interested in all that concerned her 
community, she was, as a member of the Ladies' Board of The 
National Farm School, deeply interested in the welfare of its 
students, showing thereby that maternal concern for them which 
was one of her finest characteristics. 

She was truly a mother in Israel, one who well deserved the 
tribute of Scripture : 

"Strength and dignity are her clothing; 
She openeth her mouth with wisdom ; 
And the law of kindness is on her tongue." 

Be it therefore resolved that this minute suitably engrossed 
be sent to the bereaved family. 

Abraham J. Feld:max, Chairman, 
Alfred j\I. Klein, 
Leon ^Ierz, 

Committee. 



■nil-: XATIOXAL FARM SCHOOL 27 



Resolutions on the Death of 

MINNIE R. HIRSH 

Passed by the Board of The National Farm School at Its 
Meeting April 11, 1923 

^YIIEREAS, word has reached the members of the Executive 
Board of The National Farm Scliool of the untimely death on 
April 3, 1923, of 

MINNIE R. HIRSH, 

the beloved wife of the honored Vice-President of the institution. 
]\Ir. Harry B. Hirsh ; and 

Whereas, the said Minnie R. Hirsh has for many j^ears been 
a valuable member of the Ladies' Board of The National Farm 
School, to whose counsels she brought the great native endow- 
ments of sagacity, clear judgment, a sympathetic understanding 
of the purpose of the School and a deep concern for the cultural 
and spiritual welfare and development of the students of The 
National Farm School — endowments which in their combination 
are rare : be it therefore 

RESOLVED, that the Executive Board of The National Farm 
School express its sense of great loss in Mrs. Hirsh 's demise, and 
that this sense of loss, together with an expression of the Board's 
deep sympathy with the bereaved family, be spread upon the 
minutes, be published in the Jewish Exponent, and an engrossed 
cop3* be sent to the family of the lamented ]\Irs. Hirsh. 

Abraham J. Feldmax. Chairman, 
Alfred ]M. Kleix, 
Leon Merz, 

Committee. 



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REPORT OF THE CAMPAIGN AND BUILDING COMMITTEES, 
MADE AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OCTOBER 7, 1923 

Herbert D. Allman, Chairman 

As Director of the Campaign to raise One Million Dollars 
for The National Farm School, it is my pleasure to report progress 
on same. How I wish that Dr. Krauskopf were with us today 
to hear the splendid report that I am privileged to make. Only 
late yesterday we received a letter from Mr. Mortimer L. Schiff 
and Mr. Felix M. Warburg, which I feel you will be interested in 
having me read : 

' ' Dear Mr. Allman :— In response to your letter of October 
3, I send herewith check for $50,000, one-half from Mr. 
Mortimer L. Schiff and one-half from myself, in pay- 
ment of our joint pledge to The National Farm School 
Building and Endowment Fund. 
"Congratulating jou on your success in raising this fund, 

believe me, 

"Yours very truly, 

(Signed) FELIX M. WARBURG. " 

W^hen you take into consideration that the majority of the 
pledges we have received are on the five-year plan, and when I 
tell you that we have at this time over $300,000 in cash already 
paid in, and with our contemplated drive in New York City this 
fall, I think you will have no hesitancy in prophesying with me 
that our One Million Dollar Fund is in sight. The consumma- 
tion of the endeavor, however, is not the task for just a few 
men. Every one of our friends must shoulder his or her respon- 
sibility^ by giving us substantial aid and hearty co-operation. 

We have in memory of our departed leader renamed this 
fund The Joseph Krauskopf Memorial Fund, and the friends of 
the doctor have a sacred duty now to translate his dream and 
devoted service of over a quarter of a century into the kind of 
a reality that will make this Farm School one of the best agricul- 
tural schools in the country. 

As Chairman of the Building Committee, I am happy to state 
in behalf of your Committee, that we have let the contract for 
the new Dormitorj^ Building. Within six months, we hope you 
will see the actual building almost finished, and I assure vou that 



THE NATIONAL I'ARM SCIKJOL 29 

every effort has been made by us to make this dormitory the last 
word in fire-proof construction that will give a comfortable home 
to 100 students, I am showing you a rough sketch of the eleva- 
tion of this building {reprint is published in this hook), for which 
we are practically breaking ground today. 

The erection of this building has been made possible by the 
generosity of the late Rosetta M. Ulman, of Williamsport, for 
whom the dormitory will be named, thus perpetuating this good 
woman's memory, through the judgment and decision of 
Abraham Erlanger, of New York City, executor of her estate. 
The total of her gift will eventually reach the sum of $75,000. 

"We have a number of other important improvements under 
consideration, one of which is the Joseph Krauskopf Memorial Li- 
brary. This building, it is planned, will not only house the pres- 
ent School Library and Dr. Krauskopf 's personal, beautiful and 
valuable library, which he gave to the School, but will 
serve, in addition, as a forum or place of gathering where farmers, 
grangers and students of all kinds will be welcome. We, the 
fellow-workers of Dr. Krauskopf in this cause, knowing the great 
possibilities of the School, how he devoted his life to its up- 
building, desire to show a tithe of our love and appreciation by 
the erection of this building on the School grounds, and hope 
that his many loyal friends and admirers will rally round us, 
and favor this project with their support, as an indication of 
their love of the man, as Avell as of their interest in The National 
Farm School, 

I feel proud to predict that The National Farm School will 
continue to go from achievement to achievement, and what was 
originally a vision in our departed leader's mind is to become an 
actuality tomorrow. 

The list of subscribers to the Million Dollar Fund is not yet 
complete. The entire list will be published at the close of the 
campaign. In the meantime, we desire again to express our 
grateful thanks to all of our good friends, who have already 
generously subscribed to this fund. 



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30 THE NATIONAL FARM SCII(K)L 

REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 
Bernhard Ostrolenk, Ph. D. 

In the summer of 1923 your Board requested me to make 
an occupational survey of the former students and graduates of 
The National Farm School. It has been my experience in 
several previous surveys that when our graduates and former 
students were confronted with elaborate questionnaires the re- 
sponse, while detailed in particular, was sparse. A lamentably 
large number would not reply. With this in mind a simple sheet 
was prepared, merely inquiring for the address, brief past career 
and present occupation of the recipient. 

The next step was to secure addresses. The Farm School 
graduates, especially' the more recent graduates, are exceedingly 
mobile. Any list of addresses rapidly becomes antiquated. It 
became apparent that there were not sufficient addresses of 
former students (non-graduates) available to make a study of 
that group at all representative. Correspondence with them was 
meagre, there being no ties or interest to bind them to the School; 
hence addresses of such non-graduates were too few to justify 
any study of them at this time. I, therefore, decided to con- 
centrate all my attention for this studj^ on the graduates of the 
School. Even here it was difficult to secure the information of 
the whereabouts of our graduates; especially of the older ones 
who have lost touch with the School. 

The number of students admitted to the School from the daj' 
of its inception up until today is 952. This includes every student 
whether he stayed a day, a month, a year, or was graduated. 
Of these 952 students, 78 are today at the School as under- 
graduates. In other words, 874 students have passed through 
the School and of these, 330 or 37 per cent., were graduated in 
23 classes. This percentage compares favorably with the number 
of students entering and graduating from high schools and col- 
leges. The Commissioner of Education gave the figure for the 
former as 22 per cent, and the latter 34 per cent. 

It should be noted from Table 1 appended, that in the first 
ten years we graduated a total of 70 students or an average of 
7 per class, the next ten years we graduated 169 or an average 
of 17 per class, and the last three years we graduated 91 students 
or an average of 30 per class. The larger number of graduates 



THE NATlONWi: FARM SCHOOL 31 

of the School are those of the recent years. There are not many 
of the older graduates, and information about them is meagre. 
The largest majority of The National Farm School Alumni are 
still very young men Mith their careers before them. 

I was able to get in touch with only ITS of our -V-',] grad- 
uates. This is only a little more than half the total number 
of graduates. One hundred and thirty-one of this number are 
graduates of the last eight classes, and 47 are graduates of the 
classes prior to 1916. I feel that while this number gives a workable 
basis for the study of our graduates, every effort should be made 
to continue contact with many more graduates, especially the 
older classes. T am not sure that I know hoAv this can be done. 
I believe that if the Board would empower the printing of an 
annual alumni directory, that such a directory Avould be an 
incentive for the alumni to keep the School up to date with 
information about themselves. It would also act as an annual 
occupational survey. The directory could also be used to build 
up a body of information about the former students of The 
National Farm School, many of whom have received as great 
benefits from the training here as its graduates and whose 
careers must reflect the influence of their contact with the School. 

When examining the figures of those in agriculture, it should 
be borne in mind that occupation in agriculture meant: 

(1) Present occupation, no cognizance was taken of past 
career. A graduate who for several years was in agriculture 
but at the time of receiving the questionnaire was engaged in 
a non-agricultural occupation, was classified according to his 
present occupation. In many instances, graduates specifically 
wrote that they had accepted city positions for the winter for 
various reasons or that their present employment in the city is 
temporary until they can relocate themselves on farms, or 
that they are working to save money to buy a farm or get an 
agricultural college education. In each of these cases, however, 
the graduates were classed as non-agricultural. 

(2) An inclusion of all occupations dealing with food pro- 
duction, landscape and florist work, and agricultural education, 
research and extension work. 

Of the 178 graduates replying to the questionnaire 129 were 
found to be in agriculture. This is 73 per cent, of those reply- 
ing. Assuming that all graduates with whom we are not in 
contact are not in agriculture, then the School has 39 per cent, 
of its graduates in agriculture. With every graduate who is 



32 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

newly found to be in agriculture, this percentage is bound to 
become better. In other words, a more inclusive survey of our 
graduates cannot reduce this percentage. It is bound to make 
it better. Again, if this number is taken as representing the 
only group in agriculture of all of our students who were at the 
School only a day and upward it would represent close to 15 
per cent, of the 874 students. In other words, at least one out 
of every six students who comes to our School stays in agricul- 
ture. Again this percentage must become better as we make a 
more inclusive study of those who did not stay to graduate. 
Every newly-found former student engaged in agriculture will 
augment this figure. 

There is no justification from the data available to assume 
that because 73 per cent, of the graduates Avho are in contact 
Avith the School are in agriculture, that that would also repre- 
sent the percentage in agriculture of those not in contact Avith 
the School. One of the reasons, no doubt, for failing to keep 
in contact with the School is the fact that some of these graduates 
are not in agriculture and do not feel at home at, or in need of 
corresponding with the School. On the other hand, it is equally 
fallacious to assume that all of those whom we failed to reach 
are back to city life. It is entirely probable that a percentage 
of our graduates Avho are not in contact with the School this 
summer are still in agriculture. That 39 per cent, are in agricul- 
ture must be regarded as the minimum. The correct percentage 
lies someAvhere between 39 per cent, and 73 per cent. 

The Board Avill recall that AA'hen several years ago I addressed 
a questionnaire to many of the leading agricultural educators 
and publicists in the country, asking what percentage of grad- 
uates of a school like ours should remain in agriculture in order 
to regard our Avork successful, Prof. Warren, of Cornell, replied 
that the School Avould be successful cA^en if none followed it as 
a career. Prof. Bailey, Dean of Cornell, placed his estimate at 
10 per cent. Dr. Butterfield, of the Massachusetts Agricultural 
College. gaA'e the highest figure by stating that he would expect 
one-third of our graduates to be in agriculture. Our crudest 
figure is better than that. 

The relatively high percentage of our graduates in agricul- 
ture is the more remarkable when it is considered that the survey 
was taken at a time Avhen agriculture had reached almost its 
lowest ebb in public discussion as a remunerative occupation. 
At least the psychology, if not also the agricultural economJc 




A'iew of interior of library of Dr. Krauskopf, the books, art objects and all other 
furnishings of which he gave to The Farm School, at his death. At his re- 
quest this library will be reproduced at the School, and the books 
and art objects arranged exactly as they were in his late home 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 33 

condition of the country was against our graduates for the past 
two years, luring them to the city. 

As will be noted from Table 3, almost half of our graduates 
who replied are working in agriculture as farm assistants. They 
are still farm hands with their way to make. They are subject 
to the seasonal condition of labor. After the spring work and 
early summer harvest many of them are compelled to leave their 
job and find the next best thing. A late summer survey will 
see a large number of our graduates looking for new jobs and 
afterward accepting city jobs if nothing else is available. By 
and large then this remarkal)ly fine showing, if an.ything, will 
be made better as the agricultural situation improves. 

While congratulating ourselves on these results several other 
factors are worth noting. The percentage of those in agriculture 
continues to diminish as the classes become older. The 1923 
class has 76 per cent, in agriculture, while the 1914 class has 
only 21 per cent. In other words, while practically all students 
start in, in an agricultural career, of those that drop out, it will 
be noted from Table 2, that eight gave agriculture a trial of less 
than a year. All the rest made a sincere effort to start in an 
agricultural career by staying in it one or more years. One was 
in agriculture nineteen years and then went into business. Ob- 
viously those dropping out did so reluctantly. The fact is that 
practical agriculture offers no career except as a farm owner 
and that if for any reason a student cannot accumulate funds 
for farm ovrnership, he finds no satisfactory career in agricul- 
ture. This again brings us to the problem of aiding graduates 
to farm ownership, if we find it desirable to test the efficacy of 
the school by the numbers successfully engaged in agriculture. 

Those that are not following agriculture have all served 
an agricultural apprenticeship, 90 per cent, of them for more 
than one year. The subsequent career in the city, as will be 
seen from the list of occupations in Table 2, would be a credit 
to any school. They have become useful citizens. The list in- 
cludes successful engineers, lawyers, manufacturers. The able 
head of Williamson Trade School, Dr. Pratt, once told a com- 
mittee of Farm School Trustees that he regarded any man who 
started in the trade taught at Williamson and used it as a means 
to climb to a successful career no matter how remote from the 
original trade, as a credit to his institution. Using this criterion, 
all of our graduates at present in the city can be regarded as 
successful products of The National Farm School. Moreover, it 



34 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

would be erroneous to say that these men are definitely lost to 
agriculture. There is a constant shifting- back of this potential 
agricultural material. 

From Tables 3 and 4 it is worth noting the variety of agricul- 
tural callings which our graduates are following. The increas- 
ing number who have been successful as various rural leaders 
after additional collegiate training makes this phase increasingly 
important. Almost 15 per cent, of the graduates who replied 
are also agricultural college graduates, another large percentage 
are at present undergraduates in colleges. This group, and 
preparation for them deserve our serious thought. 

The relatively large number who make their career in one 
Avay or other with cows and general agriculture, justifies the 
importance we place on those departments. We still need to 
develop the landscape, florist and fruit departments to meet the 
further needs of our students. 

It has been difficult for me to reduce the life and product 
of our School to these tables and figures. There is a throb and 
thrill at the School, an inspiration and achievement of our 
graduates that does not lend itself to be described by an induc- 
tive inquiry. When one of our graduates, Walter Morris, 1922, 
for the present working in the city writes, "This spring I plowed 
for a farmer for nothing, just to get the feel of fresh, clean soil," 
we surely have not altogether lost this product of our School. 
Mitchell Brauman at present on a poultry farm in Toms River, 
N. J., adds, "The time is nigh when I shall conduct my own 
farm," and thus expresses the hopes that many express. A 
typical farm owner career is given by Samuel Miller, 1919 : 
"Worked on several farms in different parts of the country.' In 
the fall of 1921 I bought this farm, I just got married last 
February to a wonderful girl." A tj'pical college career is 
described by Max Kesselman, 1917: "Worked as a florist and 
then entered Ohio State College, graduated in 1921, specializing 
in agricultural engineering. Went to Palestine in 1921, sent by 
the American Paoli Zion. In charge of machinery depot and 
technical department, building cow barns, milk rooms, creameries, 
bottling plants, poultry houses and other farm structures." Salem 
G. Fine, 1920, gives the following pregnant outline of his career : 
"1920— farm hand, 1921— farm renter, 1922— farm hand, 1923— 
sheet metal worker and plasterer." 

Reuben Regelson, 1923, wrote: "We are losing money on 
peaches. May have to seek new job in October as employer 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 35 

may throw up spong-e this falL" Arthur Levintow, 1916, after 
describing his medicinal florist plant gives his aspiration, "There 
seems to be a great field for any one who can increase the alkaloid 
contents of such plants as belladonna, cinchona, digitalis, etc." 
Max Fleisher, 1908, Superintendent of Inglewood Farms at 
Gordonville, Va., gives his career as folloAvs: '"Manager of animal 
husbandry at X. J. training school two years; 1st lieutenant, 
U. S, infantry; Supt. of Inglewood Farms since 1919," 

These careers can be multiplied. Each one tells a story 
that has human qualities in it. Through it all may be read the 
sincere desire of cit}^ boys to seek the soil and a living in the open 
country. The product of a school cannot be exhibited as the 
product of a farm or factory, it cannot be regimented into figures 
and tables. Our School has created and maintained a spirit of 
American agriculture, as practiced on the famih^-sized farm, it 
has developed in its student a sincere desire to be productive and 
useful, to love the land, and has thus laid the foundation upon 
which we may build a larger contribution to the agricultural 
life of America. 



Percentage of 
No. of No. Replied No. in Total in 

Graduates to Questionnaire Agriculture Agriculture 

1901 7 2 2 28 

1902 7 3 2 28 

1903 6 2 

1904 4 2 2 50 

1905 6 3 

1906 4 3 3 75 

1907 8 3 3 Til 

1908 9 4 3 Zi 

1909 10 4 2 20 

1910 9 3 2 22 

1911 15 2 1 6 

1912 7 1 1 14 

1913 24 7 2 8 

1914 15 3 1 6 

1915 14 5 3 21 

1916 28 16 9 29 

1917 17 11 7 41 

1918 12 7 5 42 

1919 18 11 9 50 

1920 20 15 11 55 

1921 20 13 12 55 

1922 38 28 24 63 

1923 33 30 25 76 

Totals 331 178 129 39 



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THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



TABLE 2 

Graduates not in agriculture at present; engaged in agriculture after 
graduation : 

Less than one year 8 Three to four years 9 

One to two years 19 More than four years 5 

Two to three years 8 

Occupations of graduates not in agriculture : 



Salesmen 12 

Father's business 6 

Mechanics 6 

Store owners 3 

Manufacturers 3 

Engineers 2 



Lawyers 2 

Wholesale business 2 

Automobile business 2 

Minister 1 

Public accountant 1 

Miscellaneous 8 



TABLE 3 



Agricultural occupations of graduates : 

Students in agricultural colleges.. 17 United 

Farm owners 16 

Farm renters 8 

On father's farm 3 

Greenhouse proprietors 2 

Florist business 8 

Agricultural school instructors... 4 

Agricultural college professors... 2 

Agricultural research 2 

Farm superintendents 8 

Bulb business 4 

Veterinarians 8 



States Department of 

Agriculture 4 

Agricultural chemists 3 

Farm machinery 2 

Agricultural extension in Pales- 
tine 2 

Managers of cow testing associa- 
tions 4 

Landscape gardening 6 

Agricultural extension 2 

Farm assistants 72 



TABLE 4 

The farm assistants divided as follows : 

Herdsmen 31 Market gardens 4 

Poultrymen 8 Tractor men 4 

Fruit farms 7 General assistants 18 



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THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 37 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT, YEAR ENDING APRIL 30, 1923. 
GENERAL FUND 

May h 1922. Cash Deficit $21,879.75 

RECEIPTS. 

Maintenance Income. 

Interest on Investments $7,829.42 

State of Pennsylvania 16,836.82 

Federation of Jewish Charities 17,500.00 

Dues and Donations 24,955.05 

Baron de Hirsch Fund 10,000.00 

77,121.29 

$55,241.54 
Maintenance Disbursements. 

Care of Students. 

Beds and Bedding $19.35 

Brooms and Brushes 305.07 

Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing 4,330.95 

Fuel 4,493.52 

Groceries 6.341.36 

Lighting 2.484.30 

Medical Supplies 413.57 

Provisions 5.996.07 

Salaries, Matron 1,200.00 

Wages, Cook. Janitors, Maids, etc.. 9,422.68 

$35,006.87 

Educational. 

Printing and Stationery $1,275.98 

Salaries, Teachers 18.662.37 

Text Books, Laboratory Supplies.. 489.69 

20,428.04 

Farm Operation. 

Conveyance, Transportation of Products, Tele- 
phone, etc $2,031.09 

Live Stock 425.50 

Rental of Land 687.50 

Sundries 224.52 

Supplies, Arboricultural $1,052.23 

Supplies, Farm 7.942.85 

Supplies, Horticultural 1,070.24 

Supplies, Poultry 4.435.30 

14,500.62 

$17,869.23 
Less Sale of Products 15,733.66 

2,135.57 

Repairs and Replacements. 

Painting $1,372.10 

Plumbing 1,539.70 

Repairs to Buildings 2,851.04 

5,762.84 



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FINANCIAL STATEMENT— Continued. 

Administration. 

Insurance $2,336.41 

Salaries, Office 1,095.00 

Taxes 1,356.10 

— 4,787.51 



TOTAL MAINTENANCE EXPENDITURES 68,120.83 



$12,879.29 
Capital Expenditures. 

Director's House $12,191.83 

Farm Machinery and Implements 3,474.27 

Furniture and Fixtures 84.89 

Louchheim Auditorium 2,373.66 

New Greenhouse 144.33 

Poultry Houses 739.66 

Tool Room Supplies 1,173.78 

20,182.42 



Extraordinary Income. $33,061.71 

Prize Fund (net) $92.25 

Students' Deposits (net) 903.18 

Loan 7,400.00 

Loan, Endowment Fund 9,233.57 

Penna. State Indemnity 1,035.68 

$18,664.68 

Extraordinary Disbursements. 

Library $310.84 

Advances to Hellman Farm 1,319.62 

Advances to Farm No. 3 244.20 

Advances to Farm No. 1 133.06 

Advances to Cauffman Farm 418.78 

Jubilee Endowment and Building Fund .... 284.44 

2,710.94 

15,953.74 



CASH DEFICIT APRIL 30, 1923 $17,107.97 

ENDOWMENT FUND 

Bank Deficit May 1, 1923 $3,800.87 

Income. 

Bequests and Donations $13,706.48 

Life Memberships 1,000.00 

Interest on Deposits 179.72 

Repayment Account Investments 26,103.50 

• 40.989.70 



Disbursements. $37,188.83 

Investment Purchases $33,070.07 

33,070.07 



Bank Balance April 30, 1923 $4,118.76 

Investment Account 184,972.22 

$189,090.98 



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LEGACIES AND ENDOWMENTS 

1895 — In memoriam Jacob Tuck and wife, b}- 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— Alarx Wineland, Frostbnrg, Md., Bequest 500.00 

1906 — -In memory of Samuel Frank, Pittsburgh, Pa., bv 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 Morgcnroth, 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 Reiser, Buffalo, N. Y., Bequest 500.00 

1913— Estate of Sophia Rothschild, Summitville, Ind 100.00 



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LEGACIES AND ENDOWMENTS— Continued 

1913_Ca?s Sunstein, Pittsburgh, Pa., Bequest 100.00 

1913_Estate of Samuel Woolner, Peoria, 111 500.00 

191-1 — :\Iartha Wertheimer Kohn, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 200.00 

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

191-1 — Isaac Van Baalen, Detroit, Mich., Bequest 100.00 

1914_Estate of Mrs. Ferdinand Westheimer, St. Joseph, :\Io. 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 qf 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— Aaron Cans. Philadelphia, Bequest 250,00 

1918 — ^Ir. 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 — -Children of Emanuel and Mary Swope, Dallas, Tex., 

in memor}' of their parents 200.00 

1919— Estate of Solomon Asher, Philadelphia, Pa 500.00 

1919— Esrate 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 i\Iayer, Philadelphia, Bequest 266.62 

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

1919— Ignatz J. Rigelhaupt, 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 



THE NATIONAL FAR^^ SCHOOL 41 



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 — Harrv 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— JNIrs. Herbert U. 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 ]\Irs. 

Meyer Schamberg '. 250.00 

1920— Benjamin Tuch, Philadelphia, Bequest 500.00 

1921— Moses Baer, Philadelphia, Bequest 1,000.00 

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 — Isaac Petersberger, Davenport, Ta., Bequest 100.00 

1922— Herman Prager, Philadelphia, Bequest 500.00 

1922— Jacob L. Sheueniian, Philadelphia, Bequest 100.00 

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

1923— Mark M. Cohn, Little Rock, Ark., Bequest 100.00 

1923— Estate of Milton Ellerman, Philadelphia 1,000.00 

1923— Estate of Rosina Frank Himes, Philadelphia 200.00 

1923— Geo. Lowenthal, Rochester, N. Y., Bequest 250.00 

1923— Mrs. I. L. Marks, Chicago, 111., in memory of husband 600.00 

1923— S. W. Rosendale, Albany, N. Y., in memory of wife, 

Helen Cohn Rosendale 500.00 



42 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

FLOWER AND FRUIT FUND 

Established in the Last Will and Message of Dr. Krauskopf 

(Extract from Will) 

"All moneys and investments remaining after the death of 
my wife, I desire turned over to the Board of Directors of The 
National Farm iSchool, to be set aside by them as a special fund 
to be known as 'The Flower and Fruit Fund,' ithe interest of 
which is to be devoted to the distribution of flowers and fruits to 
the needy sick, irrespective of race, creed and color, if deemed 
advisable, for the purchase and setting aside of additional land 
by The National Farm School, as hereinafter suggested. The 
proper distribution of flowers and fruits shall be in charge of the 
Ladies' Auxiliary of The National Farm Slchool and of the Sister- 
hood of Congregation Keneseth Israel. 

"I sincerely hope that this fund may become the nucleus of 
a much larger one, that to it may be devoted sums which, at the 
present time, are invested in floral tributes, on 'coffins and graves, 
where they are of no benefit to the dead, and the living would be 
more lastingly comforted. The bereaved, I feel sure, will ap- 
preciate the affection and sentiment far better when learning of 
the contributions made to the Flower and Fruit Fund by friendly 
sympathizers, in commemoration of the dear departed. Instead of 
sending flowers for the coffin or grave, a card might be sent to 
the house of mourning, reading somewhat as follows : 

"Sincere sympathy with 

Contribution made to the Flower and Fruit Fund 

In loving commemoration of 

By 

"I trust that the Flower and Ftuit Fund may some day 
become large enough to make possible the purichase of additional 
land by the Farm School, and setting such land aside for the 
special benefit of the debilitated poor, for a week, or fortnight's, 
recreation by them during the summer, or by working said land 
by such of those who may have a chance to restore their lost 
health by outdoor work." 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 43 

DONATIONS TO FLOWER AND FKUIT TUND 

A Friend Savannah, Ga .'J.'in.On 

Mrs. Albert J. Bamberger I'hiladelphia 5.00 

Mr. and Mrs. David Benjamin, Alfred and Fanny. Kansas City, Mo 50.00 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Malvern Benjamin I'hiladelphia 5.00 

Mrs. Sarah Bennett Philadelphia 5.00 

Mrs. Henry Bronner New Rochelle, N. Y 5.00 

Council of Jewish Women Atlantic City, N. J 10.00 

The Misses Dryfoos Philadelphia 5.00 

Sol. Dryfoos Philadelphia 10.00 

Farm School Office Philadelphia IG.OO 

Belle W. Floersheim Philadelphia 5.00 

In memory of Mrs. Levi Gans New York 20.00 

Philip N. Goldsmith Philadelphia 5.00 

Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Guckenheimer Philadelphia 5.00 

Mrs. Carrie Gundelflnger Philadelphia 10.00 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Hahn Washington, D. C 5.00 

Susanna and Joel Hillmau Atlantic City, N. J 10.00 

Isenberg Bros Philadelphia 75.00 

Frieda Jonas Philadelphia 10.00 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Kahn Philadelphia 25.00 

Leon G. Klein Philadelphia 10.00 

Oscar M. Klein Philadelphia 5.00 

Mrs. Sophie and Miss Ida Klein Philadelphia 5.00 

Sisterhood of Keneseth Israel Philadelphia 25.00 

Edna H. Kraus Philadelphia 10.00 

Mrs. Abram Marks Philadelphia 10.00 

Ohev Sholom Sisterhood Harrisburg;, Pa 10.00 

Herbert D. and Jeannette M. Reis Philadelphia 5.00 

Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund M. Rosin Philadelphia 5.00 

B. Selig Philadelphia 5.00 

Mr. and Mrs. Sol. I. Stein Philadelphia 5.00 

Ada H. Walter Philadelphia 5.00 

Mrs, Marcus Wohl Philadelphia 5.00 



REPORT OF THE LADIES' BOARD 

Mrs. Bernard Kohn, Chairwoman 

Again a year has passed in the annals of Tlie National Farm 
School ; hut this year it is with saddened hearts that we 
present our reports. Our leader — the one who was a constant 
source of inspiration^ whose every hope was mingled with the 
development and well-being of the School, Dr. Joseph Kraukopf 
— is with us no more. It is useless to reiterate what we, as well 
as the whole community, have lost. Our duty is to "carry on." 

"We also record Math saddened hearts the great loss we have 
sustained by the death of two of our most valuable members, 
whose charming personalities and wise counsel are sorely missed, 
Mrs. Minnie R. Hirsh, and Mrs. Ida Hirsh Silverman. 

The School has been visited regularly hy the Board mem- 
bers, and the household on the whole has been well conducted 
and well looked after. Unfortunately, last June, our matron. 
Miss Churchman, whose health had been failing, felt that the 
burden of the household was too great for her, and resigned. 
Too much cannot be said in praise of her faithful service and 
her ever kindly influence. It was with great regret we realized 
that her departure was inevitable. 



44 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

Owing to a new person being in charge and the difficulty 
of getting additional help, not as much canning as usual was 
done during the summer. However, about 2,110 jars of fruits 
and A'egetables were put up to add to our winter's suppl3\ 

The Ladies' Board is happv that the Director and his wife 
are at last established in their own home. Our hope is that 
within the near future the other members of the faculty will be 
similarly housed. 

Under the reorganization plan for the Men's Board, the 
Ladies' Board has two representatives present at each monthly 
meeting of the former. We feel that this is an important for- 
ward step, as the Ladies' Board will thus become more con- 
versant with the general affairs of the institution, and the Men's 
Board will be better informed concerning the conduct and prob- 
lems of the household. 

Again we wish to express our thanks and appreciation to 
the various Sisterhoods, sections of the Council of Jewish Women 
and the Ladies' Aid Societies, who, in the matter of linens and 
household articles, have so generously contributed to the needs 
of The National Farm School. A list of the organizations which 
assisted in the work follows, and we trust that their splendid 
efforts in behalf of the School w411 be continued. 

Henrietta Stei'ne Sisterhood, Anniston, Council of .Jewish Women, Macon, Ga. 

Ala. Hebrew Ladies' Aid Society, Macon, Ga. 

Council of Jewish Women, Mobile, Ala. Council of Jewish Women, Savannah, 

Council of Jewish Women, Montgomery, G^- 

Ala. Council of Jewish Women, Junior Sec- 
Council of Jewish Women, Tri-Cities tion. Savannah, Ga. 

Section (Florence, SheflBeld, Tuscum- Council of Jewish Women, Junior 

bia), Ala. Auxiliary, Council Bluffs, Iowa. 

Temple Emanuel Sisterhood, Tuscaloosa, Moses Montefiore Temple Sisterhood 

Ala. and Ladies' Aid Society, Blooming- 
Council of Jewish Women, Globe-Miami ton. 111. 

Section, Miami, Ariz. Sinai Sisterhood, Champaign and Ur- 

Council of Jewish Women, Little Rock, bana. 111. 

Ark. Ladies' Auxiliary of Temple Sholom, 

Willing Workers, Pine Bluff, Ark. Chicago, lU. 

Sisterhood of Temple B'nai B'rith, Los Sisterhood of B'nai Sholom Temple 

Angeles, Cal. Israel, Chicago, 111. 

Hebrew Ladies' Aid Society, Trinidad, Council of Jewish Women, Chicago 

Colo. Heights, 111. 

Council of Jewish Women, Bridgeport, Council of Jewish Women, Kankakee. 



Conn. 



HI. 



Temple Sisterhood, Congregation Beth Temple Beth Sholem Sewing Society, 

Israel, Hartford, Conn. Springfield, 111. 

Council of Jewish Women, Stamford, Council of Jewish Women, Anderson, 

Conn. Ind. 

CouncU of Jewish Women, Wilmington, Beth-EI Sisterhood, Hammond, Ind. 

Del. 

CouncU of Jewish Women, Washington, CouncU of Jewish Women, Fort Wayne, 



D. C. 



Ind. 



Council of Jewish Women, Miami, Fla. Fort Wayne Temple Sisterhood, Fort 

Council of Jewish Women, Atlanta, Ga. Wayne, Ind. 

Council of Jewish Women, Augusta, Council of Jewish Women, Indianapolis, 

Ga. Ind. 



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Hebrew Ladies" Relief Society, La 
Porte, Ind. 

Council of Jewisli "Women Terra Haute, 
Ind. 

Sisterbood of Temple Emanuel, Daven- 
port, Iowa. 

Temple Sisterhood B'nai Jeshurun, Des 
Moines, Iowa. 

Council of Jewis;li ^^'oIIlen, Leavenworth, 

Kan. 
Council of Jewish Women, Topeka, 

Kan. 
Daughters of Isr.nel Sisterhood, Hop- 

kinsville, Ky. 
Maryland Avenue Sisterhood, Lexing- 
ton. Ky. 
Adath Israel Sisterhood, Louisville, Ky. 
Council of Jewish Women, Louisville, 

Ky. 
Women"? Auxiliary B"rith Sbolom, 

Louisville, Ky. 
Adath Israel Sisterhood, Owensboro, 

Ky. 
Temple Sisterhood, Alexandria, La. 
Sisterhood of Temple B'nai Israel, 

Baton Rouge, La. 
Temple Sinai Sisterhood, Lake Charles, 

La. 
Council of .Jewish Women, Shreveport, 

La. 
Sisterhood of Baltimore Hebrew Con- 
gregation, Baltimore, Md. 
Sisterhood, Temple Ohabei Shalom, 

Boston. Mass. 
Council of Jewish Women, Frederick, 

Md. 
Council of .Jewish AVomen, New Bed- 
ford, Mass. 
Council of Jewish Women, Worcester, 

Mass. 
Temple Sisterhood, Bay City, Mich. 
Temple Bethel Sisterhood, Detroit, 

Mich. 
Hebrew Ladies" Benevolent Society, 

Kalamazoo, Mich. 
Bethel Sisterhood, Saginaw, Mich. 
Temple Emanuel Aid Society, Duluth, 

Minn. 
Ladies' Temple Auxiliary, Greenville, 

Miss. 
Hebrew Ladies' Aid Society, Natchez, 

Miss. 
U. H. Temole Aid Sisterhood, Joplin, 

Mo. 
Ailath Joseph Sisterhood, St. Joseph, 

Mo. 
Sisterhood BNai El Temple, St. Louis, 

Mo. 
Sisterhood Shaare Emeth Congregation, 

St. Louis, Mo. 
United Hebrew Temple Ladies' Aid So- 
ciety, St. Louis, Mo. 
Temple Israel Sisterhood, Omaha, Neb. 
Council of Jewish Women, Portsmouth, 

N. H. 
Council of Jewish Women, Bayonne, 

N. J. 
Council of Jewish Women, Elizabeth, 

N. J. 
Council of Jewish Women, Jersey City, 

N. J. 



Council of .Tewish Women, Long Branch, 
N. J. 

Council of Jewish Women, Mt. Holly, 

N. J. 

Council of Jewish Women, Newark, N. J. 
Council of .Tewish Women, New Bruns- 
wick, N. J. 

Sisterhood Har Sinai Congregation, 

Trenton, N. J. 
Brooklyn Section, Council Jewish 

Juniors, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Ladies' Hebrew Benevolent Society of 

Greenpoint, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Women's Auxiliary of Beth Elohim 

Congregation, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Sisterhood of Beth Sholom People's 

Temple, Brooklyn, N. Y". 
Sisterhood of Temple Israel, Jamaica, 

N. Y. 

Ladies' Hebrew Benevolent Society, 
New York, N. Y. 

Sisterhood Inwood Hebrew Congrega- 
tion, New York, N. Y. 

Beth Israel Sisterhood, Plattsburgh, 
N. Y. 

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

Jewish Women's Aid Society, Rochester, 
N. Y. 

Council of Jewish Women, Schenectady, 
N. Y. 

Sisterhood of Third Street Temple, 
Troy, N. Y. 

Council of Jewish Women, Utica, N. Y. 
Council of Jewish Women, Yonkers, 

N. Y. 
Temple Sisterhood, Greensboro, N. C. 
Council of Jewish Women, Akron, O. 

Reading Road Temple Sisterhood, 
Cincinnati, O. 

Euclid Avenue Temple Sisterhood, 
Cleveland, O. 

Temple Women's Association, Cleveland, 

O. 
Council of Jewish Women, Dayton, O. 
Temple Sisterhood, K. K. B. Y., Dayton, 

O. 
Hamilton Ohio Sisterhood, Hamilton, O. 
Council of Jewish Women, Lancaster, 

O. 

Temple Emanuel Sisterhood, Mansfield, 

O. ■ 
Marion Temple Sisterhood, Marion, O. 
Council of Jewish Women, Marion, O. 
Jewish Ladies' Aid Society, Piqua, O. 
Collingwood Avenue Temple Sisterhood, 

Toledo, O. 

Council of Jewish Women, Toledo, O. 
Council of Jewish Women, Youngstown, 

O. 
Rodef Sholem Sisterhood, Y'oungstown, 

O. 
Council of Jewish Women, Zanesville, 

O. 

Jewish Women's Aid Society, Zanes- 
ville, O. 

Council of Jewish Women, Bartlesville, 
Okla. 

Council of Jewish Women, Portland, 
Ore. 



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Hebrew Ladies' Aid Society, Allentown, 
Pa. 

Council of Jewish Women, Beaver 
Valley Section, Beaver Falls, Pa. 

Council of Jewish Women, Brownsville, 
Pa. 

Council of Jewish Women, Butler, Pa. 

Council of Jewish Women, Connells- 
ville, Pa. 

Council of Jewish Women, Greensburg, 
Pa. 

Ohev Sholom Sewing Circle, Harris- 
burg, Pa. 

Sisterhood of Beth Israel Congregation, 
Hazleton, Pa. 

Hebrew Ladies' Aid Society, Honesdale, 
Pa. 

Council of Jewish Women, Irwin, Pa. 

Sisterhood of Shaarai Shomayim, Lan- 
caster, Pa. 

Council of Jewish Women, Latrobe, Pa. 

Council of Jewish Women, Lock Haven, 
Pa. 

Council of Jewish Women, Monongahela 
Valley Section, Monongahela, Pa. 

Council of Jewish Women, Oil City, Pa. 

Needlework Guild of America, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Sisterhood of Rodef Shalom, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 

Madison Avenue Temple Sewing Circle, 

Scranton, Pa. 
Council of Jewish Women, Sharon, Pa. 
Council of Jewish Women, Warren, Pa. 
Sisterhood of Beth Israel Congregation, 

York, Pa. 

Council of Jewish Women, Providence, 
R. I. 

Council of Jewish Women, Westerly, 
R. I. 

Temple Auxiliary Sewing Circle, 
Brownsville, Tenn. 



Regine No. 19, U. O 
Tenn. 



S., Memphis, 
Temple Sisterhood, Memphis, Tenn. 



Council of .Jewish Women, Nashville, 

Tenn. 
Council of Jewish Women, Austin, Tex. 
Council of Jewish Women, Corsicana, 

Tex. 
Council of Jewish -Women, Fort Worth, 

Tex. 
Council of Jewish Women, Houston, 

Tex. 
Junior Auxiliary of Council of Jewish 

Women, Houston, Tex. 
Council of Jewish Women, Port Arthur, 

Tex. 
Council of Jewish Women, San Antonio, 

Tex. 
Council of Jewish Women, Sherman, 

Tex. 
Council of Jewish Juniors, Waco, Tex. 
Council of Jewish Women, Wichita 

Falls, Tex. 
Council of Jewish Women, Burlington, 

Vt. 
Beth-El Temple Sisterhood, Alexandria, 

Va. 
Council of Jewish Women, Alexandria, 

Va. 
Jewish Ladies' Aid Society, Bristol, Va. 
Amelia Meyers Guild of Council of Jew- 
ish Women, Newport News, Va. 
Council of Jewish Women, Seattle, 

Wash. 
Council of Jewish Women, Spokane, 

Wash. 
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Israel, 

Tacoma, Wash. 
Junior and Senior Councils of Jewish 

Women, Charleston, W. ■ Va. 
Sisterhood Temple Emanuel, Clarks- 
burg, W. Va. 
Morgantown Sisterhood, Morgantown, 

W. Va. 
Jewish Ladies' Aid Society, Appleton, 

Wis. 
Council of Jewish Women, Kenosha, 

Wis. 
Council of Jewish Women, Madison, 

Wis. 



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THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 47 



PRIZES ENDOWED 



'Solomon and Regina Behal Prize," the interest of $125.00, donated by 
Mrs. Ralph Hirsh, PhUadelphia, in memory of her parents. 

'Barnett Binswangrer Prize," the Interest of $150.00, donated by Mrs. 
Barnett Binswanger, of Philadelphia, in memory of her husband. 

"Arnold Gundelflnger Prize," the interest of $250.00, donated by Mrs. 
Carrie Gundelflnger, in memory of her husband. 

'Heynxan and Brunette Herzberg Prize," the interest of $150.00, donated 
in memory of Heyman and Brunette Herzberg, by their children. 

•Estella S. Horkheimer Prize," the interest of $100.00, donated in memory 
of Mrs. Horkheimer, by her son. 

"Herbert T. Hynian 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. L,abe Prize," the interest of a bequest of $100.00. 

"Monroe Lisberger Prize," the interest of $100.00, donated by Mr. 
Leopold Lisberger, Philadelphia, in memory of his son. 

"Joseph liouchheim Prize," the interest of $250.00, donated by Mr. Harry 
F. Louchheim, of New York City, in memory of his father. 

"Joseph liOuchheim Prize," the interest of $250.00, donated by Mrs. L. S. 
Eliel, of Philadelphia, in memory of her father. 

"Jacob and Hannah Moos Prize," the interest of $100.00, donated by Mrs. 
Julius Weintraub, Philadelphia, in memory of her parents. 

"Morris and Betty Jfewburgrer Prizes," the interest of a bequest of 
$500.00, by Morris Newburger. 

"Bertie Gans Ochs Prize," the interest of $150.00, donated by Mr. and 
Mrs. Aaron Gans, of Philadelphia, in memory of their daughter. 

"Anchel Kosenthal Prizes," the interest of a bequest of $500.00. 

"Ellis and Annie Teller Silberstein Prize," the interest of $100.00, do- 
nated 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 Rosenbaum, 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. 

'"Sarah Van Noorden Prize," the interest of $100.00, donated by Boston 
Section Council of Jewish Women, in honor of Mrs. Van Noorden's 
birthday. 

"Harry F. Weil Prize," the interest of $200.00, donated by Mrs. Abraham 
Mansbach, of Philadelphia, in memory of her brother. 



48 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



CASH PRIZES DONATED 



Miss MoUie Abrahamson, Philadelphia (annual) $5.00 

Mrs. Abraham L,. Asher, Philadelphia, In memory of parent.-:, 

Emanuel and Emma Frey (annual) 2."). 00 

"Adolph Ballenberg Prize," by Mrs. Sidney M. Cohen, Mihvaukee, 

Wis., in memory of her father (annual) .j.OO 

Mr. Louis Bedichimer, Philadelphia, in memorj' of his mother 

and brother, Hannah and Cyrus Bedichimer (annual) 20.00 

Mr. and Mrs. Henrj' S. Belber, Philadelphia (annual) 20.00 

Mrs. D. Berllzheimer, Philadelphia (annual) 5.00 

"Barnett Binsivanger Memorial Prize," by the Board of the School 

(annual) 5.00 

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

Loeb Frank (annual) 10.00 

Mr. and Mrs. Hart Blumenthal, Philadelphia, in memory of their 

son Ralph (annual) 10.00 

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

(annual) .' 10.00 

Mrs. L,eroy Bonsall, Philadelphia (annual) 5.00 

Mrs. Jos. Caplan, Philadelphia, in memory of her mother, Mindel 

Belber (annual) 5.00 

"Henrietta Dannenbaum Prize," in honor of her birthday, by a 

niece of Mrs. Dannenbaum (annual) "....."... 5.00 

"Mathilda Dreifus Prize," by Mrs. Leon Cohen, Philadelphia, in 

memory of her mother (annual) 5.0(.' 

Mrs. Emil Gerstel, Atlantic City, N. J., in memory of her mother, 

Julia Spitzer 5.00 

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

Felleman Goulson 10.00 

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

Wohlfarth, New York (annual) lO.OU 

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

Gabriel Hirsh 10.00 

Mrs. Henry A. James, Doylestown, Pa. (annual) 5.00 

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

memory of her brother (annual) 5.00 

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

Julia May (annual) 2.50 

"Charles and Bine Kahn Memorial Prizes," by their children 

(annual) 50.00 

Mr. David Kirschbaum, Philadelphia (annual) 10.00 

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

of her aunt 5.U0 

Miss Carrie L.aub, Chicago, in memory of David Jacobson 2.5o 

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

"Isadore Liberman Prize," by Mrs. A. Press, Atlantic City, N. J., 

in memory of her father (annual) 10.00 

Misses Bertha and Sara Lowenburg:, Philadelphia, in memory of 

their parents, Jacob and Henrietta Lowenburg 25.00 

"Hazel F. Lowenstein Confirmation Prize," by Miss Hazel F. 

Lowenstein, Philadelphia (annual) 5.00 

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

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



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 49 



CASH PRIZES DONATED— Continued 



l>r. AVesley Massiiiger, Chalfont. Pa., veterinary set (annual) 

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

Atlantic City, IS'. J., in memory of her daughter (annual) ii.OO 

"Morton M. Newburger Prizes," by Mrs. Jacob F. Loeb, New 

York, in memory of her brother (annual) i'O.QO 

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

penheimer (annual) u.iW 

Mr. Joseph S. Potsdamer, Philadelphia (aunuaU 2r..fHi 

"Kuth and Dorothy Powdermaker Prizes," by Mr. I)avid A. 
Powdermaker, Philadelphia, in memory of his daughters 
(annual) 20.00 

Mr. Snianuel Rauscher, Lehighton, Pa. (annual) .j.OO 

Mrs. Josephine Kauscher, Lehighton, Pa. (annual) .3.00 

Mrs. Henry Rosenthal, Philadelphia (annual) .5.00 

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

(annual) 2.J.00 

Mrs. Eda Rothstein, .Tohnstown, Pa., a gold watch (given annually) 
in memorj' of Meyer Eothstein 

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

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

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

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

of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Gerstel 5.00 

Miss Adeline B. TJlman, Philadelphia, in memory of her mother, 

Pauline R. Ulman (annual) 5.00 

"Simon and Hannah Wilson Prize," by Miss Rose S. Wilson, 

Atlantic City, N. J., in memory of her parents (annual) 2.-50 

Mrs. I. H. Wolff, Philadelphia, in memory of her sister. Lea 

Pelleman Goulson 5.00 



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

1908_''DR. SAMUEL L. FRANK SCHOLARSHIP.'' 

The income of $5,000 contributed to the EndoAv- 
ment Fund by his wife, Mrs. Bertha Rayner Frank. 

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



50 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



iFarma innat^Ji 

In memory of Flora Schoenfeld, 

by her husband, Max Schoenfeld, 

of Rorschach, Switzerland. 

Flora Schoenfeld Farm No. 1 

40 acres, in the Spring of 1904, 

Flora Schoenfeld Farm No. 2 

38 acres, in the Spring of 1905, 

Flora Schoenfeld Farm No. 3 

163 acres, in the Fall of 1907. 



Henry Hellman Farm 

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



Farm No. 7 

205 acres, donated in 1923, by "A Kind Fi-iend. 



^mnrtalB 

Archer Rosenthal Lake 

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

Elise Binswanger Nursery 

Planted in 1909, in memory of Elise Binswanger, Kansas City, 
Mo., by her grandchildren. 

Samuel Strauss, Jr., Division of Nursery 

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

Feineman-Binswanger Memorial Arch 

In memory of Mr. B. A. Feineman and Elise Binswanger, Kansas 
City, Mo., by Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Krauskopf, 1912. 

The Washburn Pergola 

By John Hosea Washburn, 1912. 

Bertie Gans Ochs Flag Pole 

In memory of Bertie Gans Ochs, Philadelphia, by Mr. Adolph 
S. Ochs, of New York, 1913. 

Henrietta Krauskopf Division of Nursery 

Circle of Evergreens and Shrubs, by Mr. Nathan 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, 1915. 

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, 1918. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 51 



lutlMugis inuatrii 

Theresa Loeb Memorial Greenhouse 

In moiuory of Theresa Loeb, Ugontz, Pa., by family. Erected 
180S. 

Ida M. Block Memorial Chapel 

In memory of Ida M. Block, Kansas City, Mo., by ber luisband 
and family. Erected 1S99. 

Zadok M. Eisner Memorial Laboratory 

In memory of Zadok M. Eisner, Pliiladelphia, Pa., bv his wife. 
Erected 1899. 

Rose Kranskopf Memorial Greenhouse 

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

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

Pittsburgh, Pa. Erected 1899. • 

Adolph Seg-al School and Science Hall 

By Adolph Segal, Philadelphia, Pa. Erected 1906. 

Frances E. Loeb Vegetable Forcing Greenhouse 

In memory of Frances E. Loeb, by her husband. Erected 190S. 

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, by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 
Harry B. Hirsh, of Philadelphia, Pa. Erected 1918. 

Rebecca F. Louchheim Memorial Auditorium 

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

Carnation House 

Erected by Dr. and Mrs. Jos. Kranskopf, in honor of their 2oth 
Wedding Anniversary and the School's Silver Jubilee, 1922. 

Laying Houses, Nos. 3, 4, 5 

Erected by Mr. Wm. Hyman, Philadelphia, 1922. 

Rosetta M. Ulman Dormitories 

A modern fire-proof three-story building to take care of 100 
students, and containing in addition a complete basement to 
be used for athletic purposes. Erected tlirough the benefaction 
of the late Rosetta M. Flman, of Williamsport, Pa., 1923. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



REGISTER OF STUDENTS 

POST GRADUATES 
Charles Eisler, New York 
Jacob Rabinowitz, New York 
Wm. Van Looy, Sicklerville, N. J. 



SENIOR 
Joseph Berman, Philadelphia 
Nathan Brewer, Chicago 
Samuel Cahan, Philadelphia 
Ellsbury Elliott, Hebron, Md. 
Francis W. Entwisle, Philadelphia 
Samuel Filgut, Chicago, 111. 
Louis Goldich, Philadelphia 
Burton L. Klein, Cleveland, O. 



CLASS 

Sidney J. IMichael, Uniontown, Pa. 
Morris Ostrolenk, Gloversville, N. Y. 
Samuel Packer, Philadelphia 
Abe Shevitz, Detroit, Mich. 
Wim. J. Stringer, Philadelphia 
Nathan Topp, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Irving A. Victor, Detroit, Mich. 



JUNIOR CLASS 



Ben Alexander, Cleveland, O. 
Leon Blumberg, Camden, N. J. 
David Brown, Philadelphia 
Martin E. Cohien, Philadelphia 
Myer M. Cohien, Philadelphia 
Wm. H. Dorell, CoUingswood, N. J. 
Alfred H. Elfrey, Philadelphia 
Asher Finklestein, Cleveland, O. 
Mark Goldstein, Jacksonville, Fla. 



Y. 



Leopold Gottlieb, New York 
Louis Gottlieb, Brooklyn, N. 
George Green, New York 
Samuel Kapler, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Kenneth B. Mayer, Philadelphia 
Harr}' Rabinowitz, New York 
Warren Rinnenberg, Philadelphia 
Edward Schneider, Chicago, 111. 
Milton Schwartz, Philadelphia 



FRESHMEN 



Israel Abramovich, Norma, N. J. 
John Asch, New York 
Ernest Blumberg, Camden, N. J. 
Nathan Brown, Harrisburg, Pa. 
Morris Buchalter, Spring Valley, N. J. 
Abe Cohen, Philadelp<hia 
Samuel Colton, Philadelphia 
Morris Davidowitz, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
H. CHfton Doremus, Hillside, N. J. 
Israel Fishstein, Philadelphia 
Abraham Fogel, Omaha, Neb. 
Solis Galob, Philadelphia 
Edward Gordon, Greensburg, Pa. 
Aaron Greenfield, New York 
Moses Grossfield, New York 
Edw. C. Hardiman, Jr., Royersford, 

Pa. 
Paul Hartman, Kenosha, Wis. 
Samuel Horwitz, Cleveland, O. 
Leon Kaplan, New Orleans, La. 
Joseph Kisber, Memphis, Tenn. 
Joseph Kleinfeld, Rockaway Beach, 

N. Y. 



Raymond Klepper, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Leo Kline, Mexico City, Mex. 
Milton G. Larkey, Newark, N. J. 
Hyman Levin, Harrisburg, Pa. 
Samuel Levine, Cleveland, O. 
Philip Levinson, Albany, N. Y. 
Lucien Levitsky, Montreal, Canada 
Albert Mej^er, Springfield, 111. 
Harold Peskin, New York 
Samuel Rosenau, Pensacola, Fla. 
Martin Rosenthal, Philadelphia 
Theo. Rubinowitz, St. Louis, Mo. 
Louis Rummel, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Louis Santoria, Cleveland, O. 
Michael Sheer, Cleveland, O. 
John Simons, Hartford. Conn. 
Clarence Steinberger, Philadelphia 
Matthew Snyder, Atlantic City, N. J 
Wm. B. Taylor, Buckingham, Pa. 
David Weisberg, Philadelphia 
Joseph Zabara, Philadelphia 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL S3 



SUNDRY DONATIONS 

Akron Cultivator Mfg. Co., Akron, Ohio, 2 low-wheel cultivators. 

Dr. Raymond C. Becker, Philadelphia, attended to all dental work for 
students gratuitously in weekly visits to the school. 

Mr. David Burpee, Philadelphia, $50 for subscriptions to magazines. 

Mr. Chas. J. Cohen, Philadelphia, envelopes, valued at $116.50. 

Henry H. Collins, Jr., Philadelphia, all cover paper for entire issue of this 
book. 

Continental Paper and Bag Mills, New York, N. Y., 5 cases toilet paper. 

Dill & Collins Co., Philadelphia, glazed paper for entire issue of this book. 

Empire Plow Co.. Cleveland, Ohio, one grain drill. 

B. C. Friedman & Sons, Philadelphia, 2 cartons matzos. 

Mrs. Chas. Hendricks, New York, N. Y., 12 nature and bird books. 

Mr. Harry B. Hirsh, Philadelphia, set traps and drums. 

Mr. Harry B. Hirsh, Philadelphia, Christmas turkey dinner. 

Mr. Wm. H. Hofifman, Philadelphia, moving picture booth. 

Mrs. Reuben Jacobs, Philadelphia, moving picture booth. 

Je-wish Exponent, Philadelphia, complimentary subscription. 

Jewish News, Denver, Colo., complimentary subscription. 

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

Mr. Chas. Kline, Allentowin, Pa., 100 flags, size 3x5. 

Mr. Chas. Kline, Allentown, Pa., mixing maching for household. 

* 

Dr. Isaac Landman, Lawrence, L. I., N. Y., subscription to American Agri- 
culturist. 

Lorch Bros., Philadelphia, horse. 

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

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

Mrs. I. Oppenheim, Bradford, Pa., 24 copies "Great Men and Famous 
Women." 

Thos. W. Price Co., through Mr. Forte, Philadelphia, one-half machine 
finish paper for this book. 

Puritan Knitting Mills, Philadelphia, 27 sweaters, 9 complete bathing suits, 
8 bathing shirts, 2 knit vests. 

Mr. Edmund Rosenthal, Philadelphia, commission on mixing machine, $111.95. 

Mrs. B. R. Schack and 7 other ladies, Atlantic City, treat to household. 

Mr. Nathan Snellenburg, Philadelphia, 31 bedspreads. 

Mrs. A. A. Strouse, Philadelphia, 6 song sheets, 4 music magazines. 

Mr. Jos. N. Susskind, Conshohocken, Pa., 29 uniform caps. 

Mr. A. C. Woodman, Philadelphia. 4 horses. 4 blankets, 4 wet weather 
blankets. 2 stake body wagons, 2 sets harness, 4 halters. 

Walter A. Zelnicker Supply Co., St. Louis, Mo., 84 piston rings. 

Mr. John Zimmerman, Jr., Philadelphia, 2 Bagdad Wilton rugs, 9 x 12. 



54 



THE XATIOXAL FARM SCHOOL 



LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS 

For the Year Ending September 30, 19^3 



AlAJBAMA 

Alexander City 

Herzfeld, Mrs. 
Julia So.OO 

Anniston 

C o n g r e gation 
Beth-El 5.00 

Smith, Mrs. Col- 
umbus .^.00 

Sterne, L. A. ... 5.00 

Benton 

Cadden, J. 1 5.00 

Bessemer 

Becker, L 5.00 

Erlick & Lefko- 
Titz 5.00 

Birmingham 

Abelson. 1 5.00 

Adler, Morris . . . 25.00 
B i r m i n g ham 
Lodge No. 368, 

I. 0. B. B 5.00 

Federated Chari- 
ties of Temple 

Emanuel 100.00 

Kayser, Leo 5.00 

Marx. Otto 10.00 

Meyer, Mrs. Eosa 20.00 

Michael, Sam .... 5.00 

Pizitz, Louis .... 5.00 
Slaughter, Lee 

Estelle 10.00 

Smolian, J 5.00 

Steiner, Leo K... 10.00 

Demopolis 

Blev Bros 5.00 

Folda, L 5.00 

Goldman, Mrs. M. 10.00 

Levy, B. J 5.00 

Lew. Julius E.. . 5.00 

Mayer. Mrs. M... 10.00 
Rosenbush, Mrs. 

Essie 5.00 

Tannebaum. B 5.00 

Ensley 

Goldstein & Cohen 5.00 

Goldstein. Isadore 5.00 

Jaffe, J 5.00 

Keller, Henry . . . 5.00 

Gadsden 

Hecht, Hugo H... 5.00 
HuntsvlUe 
Esora Lodee 236, 

L O. B. B 5.00 

Marx, Gus 5.00 

Mobile 

♦♦Bernheimer, Mrs. 
L. 
Beth Zur Lodge 
- 84, I. O. B. B.. 5.00 



Montgomery 

Emanuel Lodge 

103, I. O. B. B.. 
Gassenheimer, S., 

& Co 

Haas, Mrs. Sarah 
Kaufman, A. J... 
Kaufman, Sam'l. 

Klein, Leo 

Levy, S 

Levystein. I 

Lobman, W 

Loeb, Lucien S.. . 
Loeb, Michel .... 
Moritz, Chas. F.. . 

Nachman, A 

Nachman & Meer- 

tief 

Rubin, J 

Seligman & Mark 
Solomon Bros. & 

Kahn 

Weil. Adolph 

Weil, Mrs. E. L... 

Weil, Emil 

Weil, Isldor 

"Weil, Leon 

Weil, Lionel 

Sebna 

Adler, J. C 

Hohenberg. Mor- 
ris 

Kayser. Isidore . 
Lehman, M. M 

Wetmnpka 

Hohenberg. M.. & 
Co 

ARIZOXA 

Bisbee 

Frankenberg. Ben 

ARKANSAS 

Fort Smith 

Hermann. Ralph 

.J ; 

Kaufman, Henry. 
Xakdimen, I. H.. 

Helena 

Beth-El Sabbath 

School 

Seelig. B 

Solomon, Louis . . 

Holly Grove 

Abramson, 



10.00 

10.00 

10.00 

5.00 

10.00 

10.00 

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 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 



5.00 

15.00 
5.00 
5.00 



Baumgarten, Mrs. 
S 15,00 

Berger, Joe, Sr... 25.00 

Blass, Mrs. Gus . 5.00 

Blass, Gus, Dry 

Goods Co 10.00 

Council of Jewish 

Women 50.00 

•Epstein. Eph. 

Gross. J. B 2.5.00 

•Hamberg, Ad. 

Heiman, Mrs. Max 10.00 

Kahn. Herman . . .50.00 

Lasker, Henry . . 25.00 
•Lasker, Myron B. 
•Pfeifer Bros. 

Pfeifer, Jos 5.00 

Paragonld 
Joseph. Mrs. S. 

L 5.00 

Ptne Bluff 

Rothstein, Rabbi 
L. J 5.00 

"Willing Workers" 
of Temple Anshe 
Emeth 5.00 

CAUFORXIA 



Bakersfleld 

•Cohn, C. 
Lichtensteln. 
M 



M. 



Fresno 

10.00 Einstein, Mrs. 

Louis 

Newman, D. L. 



5.00 



5.00 
5.00 

10.00 



5.00 
5.00 

5.00 



Lleber, Mr. and 
Mrs. W. S 

Lodl 
Kaiser, Geo 



Mrs. 



Rue 



Hot Springs 

Fellheimer, H. 
Little Rock 

•Altheimer, 



10.00 



5.00 



Mrs. 



Louis. 



L,os Angeles 
Baruch, Fred. H. 
Baruch, Mrs. Her- 
man 

Baruch, Mrs. 

Jacob 

Edelman, Dr. D. 

W 

Faerber. Arnold. 
Gumbiner, Louis 

C. 

Gumbiner. Estate 

of Moses 

Hellman, Maurice 

S 

Isaacs. L 

Isaacs. Max 

Jacobsen. J. T... 
Kingsbaker, Mrs. 

Clara 

Levi Co., Simon . 



5.00 



10.00 
10.00 



15.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

10.00 
50.00 

10.00 

10.00 

10.00 
10.00 
20.00 
25.00 

10.00 
10.00 



•Life Member. 
••Deceased Life Meciber. 



THE NATIONAL FARAI SCHOOL 



Loew, J 


10.00 


Meyer, Alexander 5.00 


Meyer, Ben R. . 


10.00 


Mosler, Henry G. 


u.OO 


Newmark, M. K. 


5.00 


Nortllinger, L. S 


10.00 


Samuels, Caesar 


10.00 


Schiff, Liulwig . 


10.00 


Scliiff, Sol 


10.00 


Seligman, Carl . 


5.00 


Spangenthal, A. 


7.50 


Steinberg, Jacob 


10.00 


Steinlein, Carl . 


10.00 


Triest, Karl 


25.00 


Marysville 




Blotcby, A. G... 


5.00 


Oakland 




Dinkelspiel, Mrs 




L. M 


20.00 


♦Laveuson, A. S. 




♦Lavenson, Mrs. ..- 


i.. 


S. 




Oakland Lodge 




252, I. 0. B. B. 


10.00 


Oxnard 




Lebmann, L. ... 


5.00 


Sacramento 




Klaber, Mrs. Her 




man 


5.00 


David Lubii 


1 


Lodge 37, I. O 




B. B 


5.00 


Lubin, S. J 


10.00 



San Diego 

Hillkowitz, S. ... 5.00 

Wolf, Hyman S.. 5.00 

San Francisco 

Anspacher, Pbilip 10.00 

Arnold, Mrs. B... 25.00 

Arnstein, Ludwig 10.00 

Aronson. A 10.00 

Bloom, Samuel .. 5.00 

Blum, Max 5.00 

Bransten, Edward 5.00 

Brenner, Gustave. 10.00 

Castle, Walter M. 60.00 

Ebrman, S. M.... 10.00 

Fries, Wm 5.00 

Gellert, Isaac 7.50 

Gerstle, Mrs. Han- 
nab 5.00 

Gundelfinger, E. 

R. 10.00 

*Gunst, M. A. 

Haas, Mrs. Abe.. 100.00 

Haas, Mrs. Wm... 20.00 

Hecbt, Miss Edith 5.00 
**Hellman Isaias W. 

Jacobi, J. J 10.00 

Jacobs, Alfred H. 25.00 

Kaufmann, Wm.. 5.00 
Kosbland, Mrs. 

• Marcus S 100.00 

Levison, J. B 15.00 

Levy, Jules 10.00 

Lilientbal, Mrs. J. 

W 25.00 

Mayer, Mr. and 

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

nette. 
♦♦Neustadter, Mrs. 
J. H. 



Newman, Juda . . 10.00 
Pacitic Orient Co. 5.00 

Raiss, Carl 10.00 

Rapken, M. A. ... 5.00 
Roos, Jacques . . . 10.00 
♦Rosenbaum, Mrs. 

C. W. 
Rosenberg Bros. 

& Co 50.00 

Rosenberg, Max 

L 100.00 

Sablein, Mrs. 

Henry 10.00 

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

Walter. 
Schlesinger, Chas. 10.00 
Schoenberg, Louis 20.00 
Siegel, Mrs. Hor- 

tense 5.00 

Sinsheimer, Henry 25.00 
Sinsheimer & Co. 10.00 
♦Sloss Family. 
SIoss, Mrs. M. C. 10.00 
Stern, Mrs. Jacob 25.00 
Sussman, Mrs. 

Emilie 10.00 

Thieben, Mrs. Jos. 10.00 
Walter, Clarence 

R 10.00 

Weinstock, Mrs. 

Harris 100.00 

Wiel, Irvin J 25.00 

San liuis Obispo 

Sinsheimer, Mrs. 

A. Z 5.00 

San Mateo 

Abrahamson, Hugo 10.00 
Abrahamson, Jack 5.00 

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 

Stein, I. F 5.00 

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 



Barnett, M. D. . . . 


5.00 


Cohn, Morris .... 


5 00 


Denver Lodge 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 


Spivak, Dr. C. D. 


5.00 


Wachtel, S 


5.00 


Fueblo 




Davis. Samuel E. 


5.0(J 


Trinidad 




Trinidad Lodge 




No. 293, I. 0. B. 




B 


5.00 



CONNECTICUT 

Bridgeport 

Council of Jewish 

Women 20.00 

Klein, Jacob B... 5.00 

Hartford 

Aishberg, Edwin. 5.00 
Beth Israel Sister- 
hood 10.00 

Blumenthal, H. S. 5.00 

Engle, Mrs. J. L. 5.00 

Passler, S. A 10.00 

Peinberg Bros. . . 5.00 

Finkelstein, I. E. 5.00 

Pox, J. L 10.00 

Garber Bros 5.00 

Goldberg, A. D... 5.00 

Goldschmidt, L. S. 10.00 

Haas, Benj L 10.00 

Haas, W. P 5.00 

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

Hartman, Gustav 15.00 

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

Sons 10.00 

Hutter, A 5.00 

Kaplan, David . . 5.00 

Kaplan, Hyman 5.00 

Kashmann, Ben.. 30.00 
Kashmann, Sey- 

mor S 5.00 

Katten, A., & Sons 5.00 

Knock, Gerald G. 5.00 

Knock, L. S 5.00 

Kohn, Sol., & Co. 5.00 

Levy, H. P 5.00 

Lyon, Bernard . . 5.00 

Lyon, Felix 5.00 

Margolis. Nathan. 5.00 

Marks, M. F 10.00 

Mendelsohn, Al- 
fred 1 10.00 

Myers & Gross . . 10.00 

Olds & Whipple.. 10.00 

Rapaport, B 5.00 

Rich, Harry 15.00 

Rosenberg, Jos. . 10. OO 

Seide, David 5.00 

Shorr Bros 5.00 

♦Silberman, A. M. 

Silver Bros 5.00 

Toretsky, B .5.00 

Wetstone, L 10.00 

Wise, Isidore . . . 25.00 

New Haven 

Adler, Saltzman & 

Adler 5.00 

Ammerman, Wm. 5.00 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



56 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



BermaD, Barnett. n.OO 

Botwiiifk Bros. . . 10.00 
Bretzfelder, Henry 

C 5.00 

Canter, J. Gerza. 10.00 
Canter & Kolet- 

sky 5.00 

Caplan, Judge 

JacoU 5.00 

Cohen, M 5.00 

Columbus Lodge 

61, I. O. B. A... 5.00 

Feinstein, J. & G. 25.00 

Field, S. Z 10.00 

Freedman, Isidor 10.00 
Gompertz, Mrs. 

Jewell M 5.00 

Gordon, Israel . . 5.00 

Greenberg, Isaac. 5.00 

Gurian, M. W 5.00 

Hadley Co 10.00 

Herrman, Sig. . . 5.00 
Hoffman & Hoff- 
man 5.00 

Horeb Lodge No. 

25, I. O. B. B... 25.00 

Jacobs, Benj 5.00 

Jacobs, Hyman . 10.00 
Johnson, Albert 

J 20.00 

Johnson, Jos. C... 20.00 

Kaufman, Isaac. 5.00 

Komroff, Sam ... 5.00 

Koon, Joseph . . . 5.00 

Landorf, H. A... 5.00 

Lapides, Abe ... 20.00 

Leichter, M. B... 5.00 

Levy, Irwin S. .. 10.00 

Levy's 5.00 

Lyman, S 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 
Notkins, A. L., & 

Sons 5.00 

Osterweis, M r s. 

G 5.00 

Perlroth. A 5.00 

Price, Max 5.00 

Raphael, Dan H.. 5.00 
Rosenberg, Louis 

L 5.00 

Rosenbluth, Ar- 
thur J 10.00 

Rosenbluth, Louis 

M 10.00 

Sagal. L. M 10.00 

Saltser Bros 5.00 

Savitt, Robert... 5.00 
Schoenberger, E., 

& Sons 5.00 

Schoenberger, 

Mrs. Wm 5.00 

Segaloff Bros. . . . 5.00 
Steinberg, D. ... 5.00 
Sugenheim & Sous 10.00 
Thalheimer, E. H. 5.00 
Ullman, Isaac M. 100.00 
T'llman. Jos. H... 10.00 
Weiss, Murray . . 5.00 
Weissman, Abra- 
ham 10.00 

Zunder, Albert . . 5.00 

AVest Haven 

Horowitz, Rubin. 5.00 



DELAWARE 

Seaford 

Greenabauni, E. . 5.00 
Van r,eer, Clias... 5.00 



Wilniing:tou 

Grant, Theodore. 

Levy, Mrs. Leah. 

Markel, Adolph.. 

Schwartz, Benj. J. 

Topkis, Chas. ... 

Wilson, Gen. Jas. 
H 

Wolters, Mrs. Re- 
becca 



40.00 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

Washington 

Argo Lodge 413, 

I. O. B. B 

Baer, Moe A 

Baum, Leo 

Baum, Miss 

Pauline 

Behrend, Isaac . 
♦Behrends, Melvin 
♦Berliner, Emil. 
Blumenfeld, Mrs. 

M 

Cohen, Mrs. Edw. 
Cohen, Myer .... 
Eisenmann, .Jacob 
Erlebacker, G. . . 
Fischer, Max .... 
Franklin, G. F... 
Gichner, Ernest . 
Gichner, Fred. S. 
Goldenberg, M. .. 
Goldsmith, C. A.. 
Hahn, Mr. and 

Mrs. Harrv W.. 
Hahn, Wm., & Co. 

Hecht, Alex 

Hirsh, Louis .... 
Kann, Sigmund . 

Kann, Simon 

Kaufman, D. J. . . . 
Kaufman, Dr. H. 

M 

Kohner, Jacob . . 
Lansburg, Stan- 
ley 

Luchs, Jos 

Luchs, Morton .T. 
Lyon, Simon .... 
Ney, Milton R... 
Nordlinger, Ger- 

son 

Oppenheimer, 

Gustave 

Oppenheimer, 

Mrs. .Julia .... 
Oppenheimer, 

Simon 

Rich, Herbert J.. 

Rich, M. M 

Richard. Salvador 
Rose, Mrs. F. H. 
Rosenberg, M. D. 
Rosenfeld. Max . 
Saloman. David 

H 

Sanger, David . . 
Sigmund. Albert . 
Sigmund. Howard 
Simon. Jjouis .... 
Straus, Sidney W. 



Tobriner, Leon . . 

Wallerstein, Mrs. 
Gus 

Washington He- 
brew Congrega- 
tion 

Weser, Mrs. 
Fanny 

FLORIDA 

Jacksonville 

Cohen. Jacob E.. . 

Meyerheim, F.... 

Oberdorfer, Max 
N 

Wolff, Mrs. Han- 
nah 

Miami 

Council of Jewish 

5.00 Women 

5.00 

5.00 Orlando 

Phillips, Dr. P... 
5.00 
5 00 St. Petersburg: 

Rosenbaum, E. L. 



10.00 

25.00 

5.00 

5.00 

10.00 

25.00 

5.00 



5.00 

10.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

10.00 

5.00 

5.00 

100.00 

5.00 

10.00 
5.00 

20.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 

10.00 

5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 

10.00 

10.00 

10.00 

5.00 
5.00 
10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
25.00 
10.00 



Tampa 

Levy, Isaac S 

Maas, Abe 

Maas, E 

Maas, Isaac 

Maas, Julius .... 
Rosenblatt, M. . . 
Waterman, J. A. 

GEORGIA 

Albany 

Farkas Est 

Gortatowsky, A. 
C 

Gortatowsky, I. 0. 

Hebrew Ladies' 
Benevolent So- 
ciety 

Hofmayer, I. J.. . 

Hofmayer, L. J.. 

Menko. Mrs. 
Emma 

Athens 

Heb. Ladies' 
Benev. So 

Atlanta 

American Laundry 
Boehm, Julian V. 
Breman, M. L. . . 
Council of .Jewisli 

Women 

Eichberg, Mrs. 

Caroline 

Empire Furniture 

Co 

Eplan, I 

Eplan, Sol. B. ... 

Fox, Alfred 

Haas, Edwin K.. 
Haas, Herbert . . 
Haas, Herman ,J. 
Haas, Mrs. I. H.. 
Haas, Est. of 

.Jacob 

Haas, Leonard . . 
Haas, Leopold, 

Jr 



5.00 
5.00 

5.00 
5.00 



5.00 
5.00 



5.00 
5.00 



5.00 



10.00 



10.00 



lO.OO 

10.00 

10.00 

25.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 



5.00 



5.00 
5.00 



5.00 

5.00 

15.00 

5.00 



5.00 



10.00 
10.00 
10.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.0O 
5.00 
5.00 
20.00 

7.50 
5.00 

5.00 



♦Life Member. 



TITF. XATIOXAL FAR^[ SCHOOL 



57 



Heyman. Arthur. 5.00 

Hirsh, J. N .~).00 

Jacobs, nyman . .".00 

Koplin. K fi.OO 

Kriegshaber. V. 

H .").()0 

Liebernian. I. K.. 10.00 

Mayer. Albert K.. .").()() 

Montagr. Sig 10.00 

Rich. Walter H... l.l.OO 

Rosenfeld. A. "\V.. .").00 

Scheer. John 5.00 

Selig, S. S.. Jr... 10.00 

Strauss, D. H.... .-).00 

Strauss. O. K.... 5.00 

Wilensky, Max H. .".00 

Augusta 

Baron i<c Caspary. .".00 
Daughters of 

Israel 5.00 

Goldberg. S. F... 5.00 

Nachman. D 5.00 

Schaul. L. J 5.00 

Temple Sisterhood 5.00 

Tunkle. Mac 5.00 

Brunswick 

Abrams, J. P. 25.00 

Fendig, Albert . . 5.00 

Haym. L. H .5.00 

Ladies' Temple 

Guild 5.00 

Lissner, J. J 5.00 

Columbus 

Columbus Lodge 

77. I. O. B. B.. 10.00 

Jewish Ladies' 

Aid Society . . . 5.00 

Julius, J. & H... 5.00 

Eothscliild. D.. & 

Co 10.00 

Wise. J 5.00 

Macon 

Guthman. Sam . . 5.00 

Happ Bros. Co... 5.00 

Hir.sh, Jacob 5.00 

Ulman, E 5.00 

Sandersville 

Cohen, Louis .... 5.00 

Savannah 

Becker, Max M.. . 5.00 

Blumenthal. S. . . 5.00 
Dubb, Children of 

Jennie 20.00 

Epstein, E. S. ... 5.00 
Jaeobi. Mrs. Jos. 

N. 5.00 

Levy, B. H 10.00 

Marcus, Wm 5.00 

Myers, Lee Koy. 2.5.00 

Pinkussohn. Sam. 5.00 
Solomon, Arthur 

W 5.00 

Solomons. .T. A... 5.00 

Sutker, Jacob ... 5.00 

West Point 

Hagedorn. Phillip 5.00 

II.LINOIS 

Bloomingfon 



Charity Bridge 
Club 



10.00 



Grelsheim, W., & 

Sons 10.00 

Iloldman, S., & 

Son 5.00 

Hirschland, B. J. 5.00 
I>ivingston, A., & 

Sons 10.00 

Livingston, Harry 5.00 
Livingston, 

Mayer, vfe Co... 10.00 

Ochs, Herman S.. 10.00 

Rosenberg, Mat.. 5.00 

Schwarzman, A... 5.00 
Tick, Morris, & 

Co 5.00 

Chanipaigrn 

*Kuhn, Caroline L. 
*Ivuhn, Florence L. 

Chicago 

Aaron, Mr. and 

Mrs. B 10.00 

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

Samuel 25.00 

Alter, Jacob 10.00 

Ascher, Fred 10.00 

Atlass, Frank . . . 5.00 

Austrian, Edwin. 10.00 
Axman, Samuel 

H 10.00 

*Bauman, Mrs. 

Edw. 
Baumgarden, Mrs. 

Rosa 20.00 

Becker, A. G 25.00 

Becker, Benj. V.. 10.00 

Becker, S. M .5.00 

Bensinger, B. E.. 10.00 

Birkenstein, Al... 10.00 
Birkenstein, 

Harry 10.00 

Birkenstein, Louis 25.00 

Block, B. J. 20.00 

♦Block, Jos. 

Block, L. E 20.00 

Block, P. D 20.00 

♦Bloom, Leopold. 
Blumenfeld, 

Jacob J 10.00 

Born, Edgar R... 5.00 

Born, M.. & Co... 10.00 

Brann. Mrs. H... 5.00 
Brenner, Mrs. H. 

D 5.00 

Burger, Anton . . . 5.00 

Byfield, Jos 100.00 

Churchill, Richard 

S 10.00 

Cohen, Mrs. B... 10.00 

Cohn, Arthur A.. 5.00 

Cohn, Chas 5.00 

Cohn, Mr. and 

Mrs. Ed 5.00 

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

Women 10.00 

Cronbach, Abra- 
ham 5.00 

Davis, Dr. H. I... 5.00 

DeLee, Dr. Jos. B. 20.00 

Dicker, Zoltan . . 10.00 

Eisler. Chas 5.00 

Elkan. Henry . . . 5.00 
Englander. 

Maurice 10.00 

♦Epstein, Max. 

Faroll, Barnett . . 5.00 



Finn, Jos. M 10.00 

Florsheini, Nor- 
man S 10.00 

Foreman, Oscar 

G 10.00 

♦Frank, Henry L. 

Freehling. Isaac . 10.00 
♦Freund. Gustav. 

Fries, Roy 15.00 

Gatzert, August.. 10.00 
Gimbel, Charles 

A 10.00 

Click, L .5.00 

Greenebaum, 

Henry E 10.00 

♦Greenebaum. M. K. 

Grossman, I. A... 5.00 

Haas, Maurice . . 5.00 

Harris. S. H 5.00 

Hart, Mrs. Harry 10.00 

Hartraan. Jos. S. 10.00 

Heiman, Marcus . 20.00 
Herschman, Mrs. 

Julius 10.00 

Herst, Frank 5.00 

Hirsh, Mrs. Jos.. . 10.00 

Horner, ,Tos 5.00 

Hyman, Mrs. 

David A 10.00 

Hyman, Jos 20.00 

Isaiah Sabbath 

School 10.00 

Isaiah Temple . . 10.00 

Joseph, Harry J. 10.00 
♦Joseph, L. 

Kahn, Joseph . . . 5.00 

Kanter, Isaac . . . 5.00 

Kaufmann. Morris 5.00 

Klee, Max 10.00 

Klee, Simon 10.00 

Klein, Henry A.. 10.00 

Kohn. Simon A.. 5.00 

Lachmann, Numa 5.00 

Lieberman. I. K. 5.00 

Lipson. Isaac B.. 5.00 

Loeb, Jacob M. . . .50.00 

Loewenthal. B. . . 10.00 
Louer, Mr. and 

Mrs. Harry B.. 

Mr. and Mrs. 

Albert S. and 

Mr. and Mrs. 

Chas. H .50.00 

♦Mandel, Edwin F. 
♦Mandel. Mrs. 

Emanuel. 
♦♦Mandel, Leon. 

Marks, Mrs. I. L. 100.00 

Mayer, Arthur H. 5.00 

Mayer, Henry H. 10.00 
Meyer, Abraham 

W 25.00 

Meyer, Alfred C. 10.00 

Meyer, E. F 10.00 

Meyer, Julius H. 5.00 

Michaels, .Toseph. 50.00 

Moos, J. B 10.00 

Newmann & Gach 5.00 
Pfaelzer, Mrs. D. 

M 5.00 

♦Philllpson. Saml. 

Pick. Richard . . 10.00 

Pincus, Saml. 7... 5.00 

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

W 10.00 

Ramah Lodge 3.3. 

I. O. B. B 10.00 

♦Reitler, Chas. 

Richter, Simon . . 5.00 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



58 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Rieser, Herman . 5.00 
Ilosenfeld, Mrs. 

Maurice 25.00 

♦Rosenthal, Lessing. 
Ro.senthal, Mrs. 

M. S 10.00 

Rosenwalcl, M. S. 10.00 

Rubens, Chas. .. 10.00 

Rubovits, Toby . . 10.00 
Sehanfarber, Dr. 

Tobias 5.00 

Schiff, Benj. J... 10.00 

Scbnadig, Jacob . 10.00 

Schochet, Manuel. 10.00 

Siegel, Ferd 5.00 

Silberman, Adolph 25.00 
Silberman, Sig- 

mund 10.00 

Sisterhood of 

B'nai S h o 1 o m 

Temple Israel . 25.00 

Sommer, Chas. . . 10.00 
Speyer, Mrs. Etta 

M 10.00 

Spiesberger, H. T. 10.00 

Stein, Mrs. 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 

Stern, Mrs. Sam. 5.00 
♦Stettauer, Mrs. D. 

Stoll, S. D 10.00 

Stolz, Rev. Dr. 

Jos 5.00 

Straus, Eli M 10.00 

*Straus, Leo. 

Straus, Meyer L.. 10.00 

♦Straus, S. J. T... 25.00 

Straus, Simon J.. 25.00 

Szold, Esther ... 5.00 

Szold, Joseph ... 5.00 

Taussig, M 10.00 

Temple Sholom S. 

S 10.00 

Tuska, Leo 5.00 

Weil, Benj 10.00 

Weil, Isidor 10.00 

Weiss, S. H 10.00 

Witkowsky, Jas.. 5.00 

Wolf, Sigmund B. 5.00 
Women of Miz- 

pah 10.00 

Woolf, Morris .. 10.00 

Wormser, Leo. F. 5.00 

Wurzburg, Max.. 10.00 

Yatter, Samuel . . 10.00 

Danville 

Straus & Louis 

Co 15.00 



Cinofsky, W., & 




Jewish Federated 




Son 


5.00 


Charities of 
Washington 




Cohen Furniture 




Co 


5.00 


Ave. Temple . . 


.300.00 


Eppstein, Elmer 




S 


5.00 


Fort Wayne 




Federman, Leo. G. 


10.00 


Emek. Beracha 




Heller, W., & Son 


5.00 


Lodge No. 61, 




Hirsch, Milton . . 


5.00 


I. 0. B. B 


25.00 


Lehmann, Arthur 


20.00 


Federation of 




Linn, John 


5.00 


Jewish Charities 


100.00 


Loewenstein, J. R. 


5.00 


Freiburger, 




Miller, M. C 


5.00 


Leopold 


.3.-).00 


Nathan, Chas . . . 


5.00 


Temple Sisterhood 


25.00 


Obendorf, Lee . . 


5.00 






Oppenheim, N. B. 


5.00 


Gary 




Progress Lodge 

113, I. 0. B. B. 
Schradzki, Ick . . 


15.00 
10.00 


Schaaf, F. R 

Winter, M. M.... 


10.00 
5.00 


Schwabacher, L. 
H 


10.00 
5.00 


Goshen 

Salinger, Nathan. 




Smith, Dr. C. M. 


10.00 


Ullman, C. A. ... 


5.00 






Wachenheimer, J. 


5.00 


Hamilton 




Wolfner, Mrs. 




Wolff, G., & Sons 


5.00 


Wm. F 


10.00 






Woolner, Adolph, 




Hammond 




Jr 


25.00 


Hirsch, Adolph . 


10.00 


♦Woolner, Mrs. 




Kaufmann, C. ... 


10.00 


Miriam S. 




Weiss, Arthur J. 


5.00 


♦Woolner, Seymour 

A. 
♦Woolner, Mrs. 




Wolf, Leo 


50.00 




Huntingdon 




Seymour A. 




Lauferty, D. E... 


20.00 


Woolner, S. & A. 


100.00 






♦Woolner, W. B. 




Indianapolis 




♦Woolner, Mrs. W. 




Borinstein, Louis 




B. 




J 


15.00 


Quincy 


Jewish Federation 
Messing, Rabbi 


300.00 


Reib, J. J 


5.00 


Mayer 

♦Schwartz, Martin. 


5.00 






Sommers, Chas. B. 


5.00 


♦♦Hilb, Emanuel. 








♦Hilb, Mrs. Emanuel. 


Kendallville 




Rock Island 




Keller, L. J 


5.00 


Mosenfelder, Mr. 




Kokomo 




& Mrs. Louis.. 


25.00 


Levi, J. S 


5.00 


♦Mosenfelder, Mrs. 


* 






Louis. 




Lafayette 




Springfield 




Barzillai Lodge 
111, I. 0. B. B. 


5.00 


Brith Sholom 




Council of Jewish 




Sunday School. 


30.00 


Women 


10.00 


Ernes Lodge 67, I. 




Goodman, H 


5.00 


O. B. B 


5.00 


Loeb, J. Louis . . 


5.00 


Salzenstein, C. S. 


10.00 


Liebanon 




INDIANA 




Adler, Phil 


5.00 



Evanston 

Fuiks, Miss 
Gussie 



Galesburg 

Jewish Ladies' 
Aid Society . . . 

Oak Park 

♦Rawitzer, Fred. 

Peoria 

The B. & M 

•Bennett, C. M. 
Bloom, J , 



5.00 



5.00 



5.00 
5.00 



Anderson 

Council of Jewish 
Women 

Angola 

Stiefel, Mrs. L. C. 

Attica 

Levor, Victor 

Columbia City 

Mier, Hattie 



5.00 



5.00 



5.00 



Ligonier 

Henoch, Sol 10.00 

Jacobs, Eli 10.00 

Jacobs, Irvin 5.00 

Joseph, C. V 10.00 

Meir State Bank. 25.00 

♦♦Strauss, Isaac D. 

♦♦Straus, Jacob. 
Wertheimer, L. R.. 
and A. M 10.00 



Daniel 



Madison 

10.00 Cong. Adath 



Evansville 

Berman, I 

Hebrew Ladies' 
Benev. So. . . . 



5.00 



Israel 

Sulzer, Marcus R. 



5.00 
5.00 



Muncle 

25.00 Hene, M 10.00 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



59 



Portland 

Weller, Morris . . 

Soath Bend 

Adler, Norman . . 

Brooks, M. J 

Ciralsky, A 

Flshgrund, David 
Freudenstein, M. 

B 

Hurwich. M. L... 
Livingston, Abe 
Mayerfleld, A. R. 

Ries, H. E 

Splro, Mrs. Saml. 

Sunuultvllle 

Warner, Children 
of Anna 

Terre Haute 
Blumberg BenJ . . 
Blumberg, Max . . 
Gan Eden Lodge 

110, I. O. B. B.. 
Hebrew Ladles' 

Aid Society ... 
Joseph Sons, M.. 
Kleeman Dry 

Goods Co 

•Levi, Simon. 

Levin Bros 

Silberman, Louis. 
Thorman, Mrs. 

Judy 

Uffenheimer, S. . . 

IOWA 

Charles City 

Heeht, Jos 

Davenport 

Slegel, A 

Tri-City Jewish 
Welfare Organi- 
zation, Moline, 
Rock Island, 
Davenport 

Weigle, N. E. . . . 

Decorah 

Bear, Benj 

Des Moines 

Samish, M 

United Jewish 
Philanthropies 

Dnbuque 

•♦Slimmer, A. 
Sioux City 
Davidson Bros. 

Co 

♦Wise, Mrs. Chas. 

KANSAS 

Lieaven'worth 

Council of Jewish 
Women 

Sholem Lodge, 
No. 78, I. O. B. 
B 

Woolfe, B. B 

McPherson 

Stroua-e & Son, J. 



Topeka 

5.00 Auerbach & Gm-t- 

tel 10.00 

Council of .Icnvisb 

5.00 Women 10.00 

5.00 
10.00 KENTUCKY 

15.00 

Ashland 

5.00 Edelson, 1 5.00 

5.00 

5.00 Bowling Green 

5.00 Crlstal, Saml. . . . 5.00 

5.00 Nahm, Fred 5.00 

10.00 Nahm, Mrs. Sam 5.00 

Henderson 

Mayer, Alexander 5.00 
15.00 

Lexington 

Federation of 

5.00 Jewish Charities 75.00 
20.00 

Louisville 

20.00 Bernheim, 

Bernard 50.00 

15.00 Bernheim, Frank 

5.00 D 10.00 

Bernheim, I. W.. 100.00 

10.00 Blum, J. J 5.00 

Brooks, Mrs. 

10.00 Marie 10.00 

5.00 Burger, Mrs. S. . . 10.00 

Burger, V. J 5.00 

5.00 Byck, L. S 5.00 

5.00 Cohen & Sons, M. 5.00 
Council of Jewish 

Women 10.00 

Drelfus, Simon A. 5.00 

Ehrmann, Hilmar 5.00 
10.00 Felensthal, Gabe 

J 5.00 

Flarshelm, A. B.. 10.00 
5.00 Flarsheim, Mrs. 

Morris 500 

Flexner, Dr. J. A. 10.00 

Florsheim, W. I. 5.00 

Goldstein, Sol. .. 5.00 

100.00 Hlrsh, Benj 5.00 

5.00 HlrscL, Mrs. 

David 5.00 

Hirsch, Louis H.. 5.00 

5.00 Hyman, Jacob . . 5.00 

Isaacs, Louis 5.00 

Jacoby, Zach . . . 5.00 

20.00 Klempner Bros. . 5.00 

Levi, Abe C 5.00 

250.00 Lew, Arnold H.. 5.00 

Levy, Sol 5.00 

Loeb, Henry 5.00 

Lorch, Vic 5.00 

Rosenheim, .Jacob 5.00 

Sabel, Joseph .... 10.00 

Sachs, Edward . . 5.00 

25.00 Selligman, Alfred 5.00 

Selligman, Jos. . . 5.00 

Shapinsky, Allan. 5.00 
Southern Auction 

Sales Co 5.00 

Straus, Benjamin 20.00 

Switow, M 10.00 

5.00 Ullman, Sam 5.00 

Maysville 

5.00 Merz, Mrs. A. L.. 5.00 

5.00 Merz, Eugene .... 5.00 

Owensboro 

5.00 Baer, Abe 5.00 



Hirsch, Col. A... 10.00 

Rosenfeld, Mrs. A. 10.00 

Rosenfeld, Silas . 10.00 
Rosenfeld, Mrs. 

Silas 5.00 

♦♦Shorten, J. D. 

Wile, Jos 5.00 

Paducali 

Friedman, Her- 
man 15.00 

Harmony Lodge 

140, I. O. B. B. 10.00 

Marks, M 5.00 

Michael, Edwin . 5.00 

Moritz, Simon . . . 5.00 

Simon, Moses . . . 5.00 
Temple, Israel S. 

S 5.00 

Temple Israel 

Sisterhood 10.00 

Wallerstein, Jacob 5.00 

Well, H., & Sons. 10.00 

Weil, Jesse 10.00 

Weille, B., & Son 10.00 

Shelbyville 

Samuel, Leopold . 5.00 

LOUISIANA 

Alexandria 

Fried, Sam 5.00 

Gehr. Gus 5.00 

Kaufman, I. J 5.00 

Simon, A. E 10.00 

Simon, H. L 5.00 

Simon, Mr. & 

Mrs. Harry L... 5.00 

Simon, S 10.00 

Baton Rouge, La. 

Cohn, Henry. Jr. 5.00 

Jewish Charitable 
and Educational 
Federation 70.00 

Donaldsonville 

Netter, Adolphe.. 5.00 

Monroe 

Bloch, J. S .5.00 

Kaplan, Samuel . . 10.00 

Meyer, Mrs. Sol.. 10.00 

Titche, Chas 5.00 

Natcliitoches 

Nelken, Samuel .. 10.00 

New Iberia 

Gates of Prayer 
Sabbath School. 6.00 

New Orleans 

Aaron, Mrs. H. . . 10.00 

Beer, Henry 100.00 

Benjamin, Mrs. 

Chas. V 5.00 

Blumenthal, 

George 25.00 

District G. L. 7, I. 

O. E. B 100.00 

Dreyfus, Mrs. 

Jules S 10.00 

Jewish Charitable 

and Educational 

Federation 393.00 

Levy, A 5.00 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



60 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Lew, Mrs. Otto 

a; 5.00 

**Newnian, Mrs. 

Henry. 
♦♦Newman, Isldor. 
Salmon, Mrs. 

Harold 25.00 

Sunshine, Mrs. 
C. K 10.00 

Shreveport 

Bender, S 5.00 

B'nai Zion Con- 
gregation 50.00 

Council of Jewish 
AVomen 25.00 

MARYLAND 

Baltimore 

Baker, C. B 10.00 

Beck, Paul L 5.00 

Benesch, Wm. M. 20.00 

Berney, Albert. . . 5.00 

Burgunder, Bernie 10.00 

Burk, Fried & Co. 5.00 

Castelberg. Henry 10.00 
Cohen-Adler Shoe 

Co 10.00 

Cohen, B. E 5.00 

Cohen, Miss 

Bertha 5.00 

•♦Cohen, Mendes. 

Cohn, Emanuel .. 25.00 

Cone, Dr. Claribel 5.00 

Cone, Frederic W. 5.00 

Davidson, Isaac. 5.00 

Deiches, Wm. . . . 5.00 
Eckhaus, Mrs. 

Sig 20.00 

Eisenberg, 

Abraham 10.00 

Engel, Jacob 10.00 

Epstein, Jacob . . .50.00 

Fader, A 5.00 

♦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- 
esch 5.00 

Gottschalk, Jos... 50.00 

Gottschalk, Levi. 10.00 
Greenbaum, Leon 

E 10.00 

Greenbaum, Mil- 
ton D 10.00 

Greif, David L... 5.00 

Greif, Leonard L. 5.00 

Greif, Mrs. Max. . .5.00 

Gutman, Louis K. 5.00 

Halle, Isaac 7.50 

Halle, Meyer S... 5.00 

Halle, Moses 5.00 

Hamburger, 

Manes 1 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 



Heller, Mrs. Flor- 
ence Simon .... 5.00 
Hochsehild, Max. 10.00 
Hornstein, J. D.. .50.00 
Hutzler, Mrs. 

David 5.00 

Katz, A. R 10.00 

Katz, Meier 5.00 

♦Kaufman, Hen- 

riette. 
Kanfuiiinn, .Joseph 

and Harry 5.00 

Kemper. David . . 25.00 
Kerngood, Her- 
man 10.00 

Koenigsberg, 

Morris 5.00 

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

Lauchheiraer, S. 

H 5.00 

Lauer, Mrs. Leon 10.00 

Lauer, Martin . . . 5.00 

Lazarus, L 10.00 

Leopold. Isaac . . 5.00 

Levy, Alfred 10.00 

Levy, Wm 25.00 

Maass, Mrs. A. . 10.00 
Mandelbaiim, Sey- 
mour 10.00 

Nusbaum, Max . . 10.00 
Oppenheimer, I. 

M 10.00 

Pollack. Mrs. 

Hannah 20.00 

Ravner, Albert 

W 10.00 

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

William 5.00 

Rosenberg, Mrs. 

Bertha 10.00 

Rosenburg, Lewis 

S 5.00 

Rosenheim, H., & 

Son 5.00 

Rothholz Bros 5.00 

Rothholz. Julius. 5.00 

Rothschild, M. . . 10.00 

Rothschild, S. . . 5.00 

Salabes, Sody ... 5.00 

Samnels, Morton. 25.00 
Savage, Dr. Moses 

M 10.00 

Seliger, Mrs. Leon 10.00 
Sonneborn, Sig. 

B 25.00 

Stern. Bessie C. . 5.00 

Strauss B'-os. . . . 25.0(1 

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 

Wyman, Maurice. 5.00 

Cumberland 

Beneman, B 5.00 

Bernstein. L 5.00 



Gross, A. P 5.00 

Hirsh, Isaac .... 5.00 
Hirsh & Sons, 

Jos 5.00 

Kline, L 5.00 

Lichtensteiu, A. 

M 5.00 

Morgan & Co., N. 5.00 
Rosenbaum, 

Simon 5.00 

Rosenbaum. 

Susman 5.00 

ShefSer, A. M.... 5.00 

Hagerstown 

Wineberg, Henry 3.00 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Attleboro 

Einstein, Mrs. S. 
M 10.00 

Boston 

Agoos, S. L 10.00 

Baer, Louis 10.00 

Brandt, C 5.00 

Collins. A. M 5.00 

Fox, Isidor 10.00 

Freedman, Dr. 

Louis M 10.00 

♦♦Hecht. Mrs. Lin.i. 
Herman, Mrs. Jo.s. 

M 10.00 

Hillson, H. M., & 

Co 5.00 

Hillson, Hvmau 

M 5.00 

♦Hirshberg, A. S. 

Joseph, A 5.00 

♦Kirstein. Louis E. 

Koshland, A 5.00 

Koshland, Joseph 5.00 

Lebowich, J 5.00 

Levy, Ben 5.00 

Lourie. David A. 5.00 
Massell, F. W.... 5.00 
Newman. Mrs. 

Saml. J 5.00 

Penu, Henry .... 10.00 
Ratshesky, A. C. 5.00 
Rosenbush. Al. A. 10.00 
Rosenthal, Eugene 10.00 
Rudwick. Jos. . . . 5.00 
Scheinfeldt, Solo- 
mon 10.00 

Schooner, Joseph 

Y 5.00 

Schwartz. H.. & 

Co 5.00 

♦♦Shuman. A. 
Shnman, Mr.«. 

Samuel 5.00 

Solomont. James. 5.00 
Temple Israel 

Sunday School. 15.00 

Brookline 

Goodman. Mrs. 

Samuel 5.00 

Grvzmish, Mrs. 

Samuel 5.00 

Kaufman, Michael 5.00 

Salomon. Mrs. P. 
G 5.00 

Van Noorden E.. . 50.00 

Van Noorden, 
Sarah. Scholar- 
ship Fund .... 100.00 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



61 



Chelsea 




Rosenberg Bros.. 


5.00 


Salter, M., & Sons 


n.ou 


Kendal Green 




*Mayer, RicLanl. 




Springfield 




Isenberg & Co. .11. 


10.00 


A^'altham 




Bayard, Harris . . 


n.oo 


Worcester 




Grodberg & 




Hirsch 


5.00 


Gross-Strauss Co. 


5.00 


Isenberg, A. G... 


5.00 


MICHIGAN 





Charlotte 

Vomberg, M 5.00 

Detroit 

Buchhalter, Wm.. 5.00 

Feehimer, H. M.. 5.00 

Goldman, A 5.00 

•Goldstein, Bernice 

Lois. 
♦Gumbiner, Jos. H. 
Hamburger, Mrs. 

Chas 20.00 

Heavenrich, Sam- 
uel 10.00 

Helfmau, Harrv . 5.00 
Horwitz, Harris.. 10.00 
Kahn, Albert . . . 10.00 
Kahn, Mrs. Albert 10.00 
Levy, Wm. K.... 5.00 
Musliner, Louis S. 5.00 
Oppenbeimer, M.. 5.00 
Parish, Josepli . . 5.00 
Rosenfield, Mon- 
roe 5.00 

♦*Schloss, Seligman. 

Siegel, Benjamin. 5.00 
Sloman, Eugene 

H 25.00 

Stillman, Mrs. 

Henry 5.00 

Traitel, Maurice . 10.00 

Wineman, Andrew 10.00 

Wineman, Henrv . 10.00 

Wolfe, N 10.00 

Grand Rapids 

United Jewish 

Welfare Society 100.00 

Kalamazoo 

Desenberg, Mrs. 
B. L 10.00 

Liansingr 

Beck, Sam A 5.00 

Gerson, Jos 10.00 

Pontiac 

Heineman, Sol. E. 10.00 

MINNESOTA 



.Austin 




Hirsh, Geo 


10.00 


Chisholm 




Chisholm Dry 
Goods Co 


5.00 


♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life 


Member. 



101 Queeno Cigar 

Co 5.00 

Peck. Morris .... 5.00 

I'cople's Dopt. 

Store 5.00 

Sapero Bros 5.00 

Duluth 

Abrains Store . . . 10.00 

Albenburg, M. C. 5.00 

Bondv, L. R. ... 5.00 

Bud's Waist Shop 10.00 

Cook, Mever .... 5.00 

Copilowich, S. B. 5.00 

Davis, Josepli .. 5.00 
Duluth Paper 

Stock 5.00 

Fitwell Clothing 

Co 5.00 

Freimuth, 1 10.00 

Garon Bros 8.00 

Gidding, J. M., & 

Co 5.00 

Goldberg. Moses 5.00 

Josephs, H. Y.... 10.00 
Karon, family of 

Solomon 10.00 

Labowitz. F 5.00 

liBvine Bros 5.00 

Loeb, Samuel 5.00 

Lugoff, N. E 5.00 

Meyers. Chas. P.. 10.00 
Mogelson & 

Mogelson 5.00 

Northwest Auto 

Market 5.00 

Greek, Mrs. L. E. 10.00 

Oreckovsky, J. . . 10.00 

Outlet Dept. Store 5.00 

Sattler, J. B 5.00 

Siegel Hardware 

Co 5.00 

Siegel, Julius ... 5.00 
Silberstein & 

Bondy Co 5.00 

Universal Electric 

Co 5.00 

Zalk, Louis 10.00 

Zimmerman, I. . . 5.00 

Eveleth 

Ellis Bros 6.00 

Levant, Harry . . 5.00 

Masinter Bros. . . 5.00 

Perlraan. E. H... 5.00 

Sax, Sol 5.00 

Siegel, Sam 5.00 

Hibbing 

Bloom, Hyman . . 5.00 

Feldman, W. R. . 5.00 

Hallock, Chas. . . 5.00 

Lippman, B. M... 5.00 

Markel, H., estate 10.00 

Nides Bros 5.00 

Nides, L & S 5.00 

Osherman, M. E. 5.00 

Rosenberg Bros. .5 00 

Sacks Bros 5.00 

Minneapolis 

Aal, R. 10.00 

Adelsheim, E. . . . 5.00 

Alco Hat Co 10.00 

Apt, Emil R 5.00 

PSaer, Fernand . . 5.00 

Bearman. A. N.. . 10.00 
Bentou Cloak and 

Suit Co 25.00 



Bergstoin. 1 5.00 

Blumberg, L. J., 

Jr 5.00 

Blumenthal, Miss 

B 5.00 

Brill, Josiah E. . 10.00 

Brin, Arthur 10.00 

Burton, Barney . 5.00 
Capital Iron and 

Metal Co 5.00 

Chapskv Bros. 

Shoe Co 5.00 

Cohen, Mever . . . 5.00 

Cohen, M. L 5.00 

Conhaiu, M. H... 5.00 

Conner Bros 5.00 

Cotlow, Herman 5.00 

Davis, A 5.00 

Davis, H. J 5.00 

Davis, J. M 10.00 

Edelman. J. K. . 5.00 

Eisendrath, J. M. 5.00 
♦Eisler, Adolph. 

Engel, M 5.00 

Fairtax Produce 

Co 5.00 

Fischer, A. H. . . 5.00 

Fiterman, S 5.00 

Friedman, Ben... 5.00 

Friedman. David 10.00 

Friend, E. S. . . 5.00 

Ginsberg, X 5.00 

Gittleson Jewelrv 

Co 10.00 

Goldberg. Max J. 5.00 
Goldfine, Mrs. M. 5.00 
Goldman & Hal- 
pern 5.00 

Goodman, Sam . . 5.00 

Green, H. H 5.00 

Greenberg. Wm... 5.00 

Grodnik, L. S.... 10.00 

Gross, A. M 5.00 

Gross Bros 10.00 

Harris, A. M. & 

Sig 10.00 

Harris, M. H. . . . 5.00 

Hartman. J. H... 5.00 

Helfman. N. B. . . 5.00 

Heller, A. H., Jr. 10.00 

Heller, Robert .. 5.00 

Jacobs, B 10.00 

Jacobs, L 5.00 

Jacobson. L 10.00 

JeCferev, D. C. , . . 5.00 

Joseph, I. S 10.00 

■luster Bros 5.00 

Kaplan, E 10.00 

Kaufman. Harr.v 5.00 

Kayser, Albert J. 5.00 

Kavser, Howard. 5.00 

Kline, W. K 20.00 

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

A 5.00 

Kreger, Noah . . . 5.00 

Kreiner, 1 5.00 

Kronick's 10.00 

Leviu Bros 10.00 

Lewin, S 5.00 

Lifson, Benj 10.00 

Michael, Jos .5.00 

Miller, A. B 5.00 

Minn. Barrel and 

Bag Co 5.00 

Monaseh Litho- 
graphing Co. . . 10.00 
Nathanson Cigar 
Co 5.00 



62 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Nathanson, L. . . 


10.00 


Northern Fur Co 


10.00 


Panor Shoe Co.. 


5.00 


Phillips, David . 


5.00 


Resler Bros 


10.00 


Robbins, Geo. . . 


10.00 


Kobitshek, Geo.. 


5.00 


Robitshek, I. H. 


5.00 


Robitshek & 




Schneider 


20.00 


Rosenstein, M. . 


5.00 


Ruben, Harold M 


5.00 


Ruben, I. H. ... 


10.00 


Schloss, J. A 


5.00 


Segal, I 


5.00 


Selig, Joseph . . 


5.00 


Shnaedling Bros. 


5.00 


Silberman, C. H. 


5.00 


Snattinger, M. . . 


10.00 


Snattinger, T. .. 


10.00 


Stromberg, A., & 




Co 


5.00 


Stromberg, Geo. 


5.00 


Sweet, H., Co. . 


20.00 


Swillet, M 


5.00 


Taussig, S., & Sor 


1 5.00 


Twin City Fixtur< 




Exc. 


13.00 


Unschuld, Henry 


5.00 


Weil, Chas 


5.00 


Weil, H. H. ... 


5.00 


Weil, Isaac 


10.00 


Weil, Wm. B.... 


5.00 


Weinberg, B. L.. 


5.00 


Weisfelt, Max .. 


5.00 


Weiskopf, Henry 


5.00 


Weisman, Wm. . 


5.00 


Whitman, I. S. . 


5.00 


Wolpert & Davis 


5.00 


St. Paul 




Gale, B. T 


50.00 


Jewish Welfare 




Ass'n 


100.00 


Virginia 




Baer, M. K., anc 


1 


J. Levy 


3.00 


Lippman, H. ... 


5.00 


Simon & Schibel 


5.00 


MISSISSIPP 


I 


Brookhaven 




Cohn, David Z... 


10.00 


Columbus 




Loeb, Albert . . . 


3.00 


Loeb, Simon . . . 


10.00 


Marx, L 


5.00 


Rosenzweig, Loui 


s 5.00 


Corinth 




Rubel, Abe, & Co 


. 50.00 


Worris, H 


10.00 


Greenville 




Abrams, Mrs. M 




R 


5.00 


Bergman, Morris 




A 


5.00 


Cohn, .7 


5.00 


Deborah Lodge 




161, I. 0. B. B 


5.00 


Goldstein, Mont 


- 


rose 


5.00 


Goldstein, Nathai 


1 5.00 


Hebrew Union S 




S 


5.00 





Hirsch, E. V 5.00 

Johl, Miss 

Jeanette 5.00 

Ladies' Temple 

Aux 5.00 

Moyse & Moyse . 5.00 
Riteman, Mrs. L. 

N 5.00 

Solomon, M. L. . . 5.00 
Waldauer, Mrs. 

Louis 5.00 

Greenwood 

Bergman, Paul . . 5.00 

Borochofskv, Karl 5.00 

Diamond, M 5.00 

Garlove, B 5.00 

Hebrew Sunday 

School 10.00 

Smith Bros 10.00 

Stein, Joe 5.00 

Stein, S. J 5.00 

Stein, S. M 5.00 

Weiler, A 5.00 

Hattiesburg- 

Dreyfus, M 5.00 

Jackson 

Ascher, Mrs. 

Bessie Hart . . . 10.00 

Ascher, Jos 5.00 

Botnlck, H 5.00 

Dreyfus, Mrs. 

Bertha 15.00 

Dreyfus, Isidore. 10.00 

Gordon Bros 5.00 

Hart, Cyril 5.00 

Hart, Lee R 5.00 

Lehman, Isidore . 5.00 

Levine, S 10.00 

Marks, S. S 10.00 

Meridian 

Arky, J. W 5.00 

Cahn, Mrs. Ed... 5.00 

Feibelman, M. B. 5.00 

Meyer, Joe 5.00 

Meyer, Sam 15.00 

Rosenbaum, D., 

Sons 5.00 

Rothenberg, M., 

Co 10.00 

Spiro, Jonas .... 5.00 
Threefoot Bros. & 

Co 10.00 

Natchez 

Abrams, Dan, & 

W. Geisenberger 5.00 

Beekman, Dr. P.. 5.00 
**Frank, Henry. 
Prank, Mrs. 

Henry 10.00 

Geisenberger, L. 

L 3.00 

Kullman, B 5.00 

Kullman, H 5.00 

Mite Society, B'nai 

Israel Religious 

School 5.00 

Moses, Mrs. Simon 5.00 

Oppenheim, A. D. 5.00 

Scharff, M 5.00 

Seiferth, Jan. ... 5.00 

Ullman, Dr. J. S. 5.00 

Ullman, M. M 5.00 

Viener, Harry . . . 5.00 



Vicksburg 

Abraham, Jake . . 5.00 
Associated Jewish 

Charities 25.00 

Baer, Sam 5.00 

Bock & Fischel.. 5.00 
Fischel, Mrs. A. 

L 5.00 

Hirsch, J. K 5.00 

Kory, Rev. Sol. L. 5.00 
Ladies' Hebrew 

Benevolent 

Association . . . 10.00 

Landau, M. D.... 5.00 
Laudenheim, 

Nathan 5.00 

Laudenheimer, 

David 5.00 

Lyons, Walter . . . 5.00 

Marcus, Saml. . . 5.00 

Metzger, Maurice. 5.00 
Mite Society 

Anshe Chesed S. 

S 10.00 

Sartorius & Fried 5.00 

Schlesinger, Wm. 5.00 

Sussman, S 5.00 

Switzer, L. L 5.00 

Warren, Mrs. Ben 20.00 

West Point 

Rosenfeld, S. O.. 5.00 
Yazoo City 

Wise, H 10.00 

MISSOURI 
Jopliu 

Newman, Albert. . 15.00 

Kansas City 

Benjamin, David. 50.00 
*Benjamln, Mr. and 
Mrs. Lionel J. 

Jewish Educa- 
tional Institute. 250.00 

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

Lorie, Percy S... 10.00 

Meyer, L 5.00 

Wachenheim, Mrs. 
D 5.00 

Louisiana 

Michael Bros. . . . 15.00 

St. Joseph 

Adath Joseph Re- 
ligious School.. 5.00 

Block, Mrs. 
Fannie 10.00 

Ehrlich, Wm. H.. 5.00 

Federated Jewish 

Charities 100.00 

♦Hirsch, Sol. 

Joseph Lodge 7.3, 
I. O. B. B 10.00 

Schloss. Moses A. 5.00 

Siegel, Lewis 5.00 

**Westheimer, Mr. 

& Mrs. Ferd. 
♦♦Westheimer, Samuel. 

St. liOuis 

Aaron-Fleischer 

Silk Co 5.00 

Addison's 10.00 

Aloe, Louis P.... 10.00 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



63 



Arenson. J 10.00 

Baer, Arthur B... 10.00 

Baer, J. A 25.00 

Baer, Sigmund .. 10.00 
Baer, Sternberg 

Cohen 20.00 

Bauraan, S. H. . . 5.00 

Berg. A 10.00 

Bettmann, 1 10.00 

Block, Charles .. 10.00 
Blumenfeld, 

Morris 5.00 

Blustein, C. H. .. 5.00 

Braham, D. G.... 10.00 

Brv, M. E 10.00 

Bry, Nathan 10.00 

Carafoil. A 5.00 

Cohen, Leon 5.00 

•Cohn, I. H 25.00 

Eiseman Bros. . . 5.00 

Eiseman, Fred. B. 15.00 

Eiseman, R. S.... 5.00 

Epstein, H. & L. 10.00 

Epstein, J. 1 5.00 

Epstein, Oscar . . 5.00 
Federal Paper 

Stock Co 7.50 

Ferer, Aaron, & 

Sons 5.00 

Finkelstein, M.... 10.00 

Forcheimer, J. R. 5.00 
Forest City Mfg. 

Co 5.00 

Franc, H. L 5.00 

Frelich Suit Co... 5.00 

Freund, J. L 5.00 

Freund, L 10.00 

Friend Hide & 

Fur Co 10.00 

Frohlichstein, S. 

H 10.00 

Fuld, Mrs. Leah. . 15.00 

Fuller, Aaron . . . 50.00 

Garland, Thos. W. 5.00 

Gillerman, Gus . . 5.00 

Glaser, Dr. Carl . 5.00 

Glaser, Julius ... 10.00 

Glaser, Sigmimd. 5.00 

Goldman, Alvin D. 10.00 

Goldman Bros. .. 5.00 

Goldman, David . 5.00 

Goldman. Morris. 25.00 

Greenberg, Nathan 5.00 

Greenfield Bros... 10.00 
Greensfelder, 

Bernard 10.00 

Greenspon, A. ... 10.00 

Grosberg, Barney 10.00 

Guckenheim, Emil 5.00 

Haas, Harry S... 10.00 

Haas, Jacob .... ;i0.00 
Harris Adler Cap 

Co 5.00 

Harris, Ben 25.00 

Harris, Marcus . . 50.00 

Hasgall. S 5.00 

Hecht. Herman . . 5.00 
Hirschhorn, 

Lewis 5.00 

Hoffman, Morris. 10.00 
House of Bar- 
gains 10.00 

Jacobson. Hugo. . 5.00 

Jacoby, Miss Julia 25.00 

Kahn, Hvman . . . 5.00 

Kahn, J. B 5.00 

Kahn-Schoen- 

brun-Tiger Mfg. 

Co 5.00 



Kessler Bros. . . . 5.00 
Kleinhauser, Jos. 

B 10.00 

Kleinhauser, M. . 10.00 

Kline. I. D 10.00 

Knickerbocker 

Clothing Co. .. 5.00 

Kranzberg, S. ... 5.00 

Landau, A 10.00 

Langsdorf. Julius 5.00 
♦Lesem, Col. I. H. 
Levy, Miss Re- 
becca 20.00 

Lieber, Leslie ... 10.00 

Lipman, H. M.... 5.00 

Lippman, Jos. M. 10.00 

Lipschitz, M 5.00 

Littmann. Mr.s. M. 10.00 

Loeb, Alexander. 10.00 

Maas, Eugene . . . 5.00 
Mange, Jacob, & 

Son 5.00 

Mankofsky & 

Olshwanger . . . 5.00 

Marx, E. J 5.00 

Marx, Walter S... 10.00 

Mathes, Joseph . . 25.00 

May, David 25.00 

Mav, Morton J... 25.00 

Maver, Emil 10.00 

Mayer, Fred 20.00 

Mayer, Herman.. 10.00 

Mayer, Irving I.. 5.00 

Maver, Louis .... 10.00 

Mendle Milton D. 5.00 
Mendle Printing 

Co 10.00 

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

B 10.00 

Moog, Alva 10.00 

Moss & Lowen- 

haupt 5.00 

Myers, Harrv . . . 10.00 
♦Nathan, Emil . . 10.00 
Newburger Gar- 
ment Co 10.00 

Olian, J. 1 10.00 

Olian, Leslie G.. 5.00 
Paristyle Gar- 
ment Co 10.00 

Piatt, Edwin G... 20.00 

Rauh, A. S 5.00 

Rice, Chas. M.... 10.00 

Rice, A. J 10.00 

Rice, Henry 10.00 

**Rice, Jonathan. 

Richard, E. L. .. 5.00 

Riegler, Sig 5.00 

Rosen, Paul .... 5.00 

Rosenblatt Bros.. 5.00 

Rosenfeld, Arthur 5.00 

Roth. Fred S 5.00 

Rothschild Bros. 

Hat Co 5.00 

Kubenstein, T. L. 20.00 
Russack. S. J. ... 5.00 
♦Sacks, "Wm. 
St. Louis Com- 
mission Co. . . . 5.00 
Samuels Shoe Co. 25.00 
Sapin, Jacob N... 5.00 

Schield, Wm 10.00 

Schott, Albert, 

Fur Brkg. Co... 10.00 

Schott, Max 5.00 

Schuster, S. J.... 10.00 
Schuster, Mrs. S. 

J 5.00 



Schwartz, Alois . 5.00 

Schwartz, J. C. . . 5.00 

Scelig, S 5.00 

Seidel. S 5.00 

Shoenberg, Col. 

M 25.00 

Shoenberg, Syd- 
ney M 10.00 

Shroder, S. W.... 10.00 

Sichel, 1 10.00 

Sicher, Edward . . 5.00 

Sicher, Henry . . . 10.00 

Sicher, M. J 5.00 

Sicher, Morton B. 5.00 
Silverman, David 

P 5.00 

Silverman, J. E... 10.00 

Singer, B. P 5.00 

Somers, David . . 10.00 

Spitz, Mrs. Moritz 10.00 

Stein, Joe 5.00 

Stein, Saml. J.... 5.00 
Steinberg, family 

of Chas 5.00 

Steinberg, Louis 

M 5.00 

Steinberg, Mark C. 10.00 

Sternberg, Harry. 5.00 

Stix, Albert 1 10.00 

**Stix, C. A. 

Stix, Ernest W... 10.00 
Straus, Eugene J. 10.00 
Straus, Mrs. Han- 
nah 10.00 

Swope. Meier 5.00 

Thai, Robert 5.00 

Tober & Saifer . 10.00 

Treuman. Paul . . 5.00 

Union Cap Co.... 5.00 

Wahl, David P... 10.00 

AValdheim, A. ... 25.00 

Wall, M 5.00 

Weil, Ralph 5.00 

Weinstock, Walter 5.00 

Weitzman Bros. . 5.00 

Wiener, M. G 10.00 

Wolff. A., Corpo- 
ration 25.00 

Wolff, Mrs. Clara 

A 5.00 

Wolff, E. H 10.00 

Wolfort, Sig 5.00 

Zucker. Harry H. 5.00 

Springfield 

Associated Charity 

Fund 25.00 

Tipton 

Cohn, Rosalie ... 15.00 

Webb City 

Goldstein, Saul .. 10.00 

MONTANA 

Butte 

Bhimkin. Harry . 10.00 

Cohen, J. S 5.00 

Linz. Mose 5.00 

•Oppenheimer, .T. E. 

♦Symons, Harry. 

Symons. Wm. S... 10.00 

Wehl, A 5.00 

Missoula 

Leiser. Miss 

Esther 10.00 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



64 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



NEBRASKA 

Lincoln 

Friend. Morris . . lo.OO 

Gold, Nathan J.. 5.00 

Mayer, Clias 10.00 

Pepperberg, 

Julius 10.00 

Simon, Ben 5.00 

Speier, H 5.00 

•Weil, M. 

Omaha 

Gluck. Israel . . . 10.00 
Katleman. Carl C. 10.00 
Knlakofskv, J. * 

Harry 50.00 

Lapidus, Harry 

H 5.00 

Levy, Morris 50.00 

Livingston, Mrs. 

Carrie 5.00 

Mandelson, Mrs. 

Lena 15.00 

Omaha Lodge 354, 

I. O. B. B 10.00 

Rosenthal, B. & 

H 10.00 

Temple Israel 

Sisterhood 25.00 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Manchester 

Granite State 
Lodge No. 181, 
I. O. B. A 5.00 

NEW JERSEY 

Atlantic City 

♦Bacharach, Mrs. 

Harry. 
Baer, Mr. and 

Mrs. Jacob . . . 25.00 
Bendheim, Lewis. 5.00 
•Buzby, Walter J. 
Goblins. Morris . . 5.00 
Council of Jewisli 

Women 5.00 

Epstein, Mrs. A.. 5.00 
Fleishman, Mrs. 

S. L 5.00 

*Fridenberg, Mrs. 

Anne E. 
*Fridenberg, Mrs. 

Sol. S. 

Gelb, W. B 5.00 

Gerstel, Mrs. Emil 5.00 
Goldsmit, Miss C. 5.00 
Hanstein, Mrs. 

Moses 5.00 

Hillman, Joel 250.00 

Hillman, Julian 

A 100.00 

Horkheimer, Mrs. 

Morris 15.00 

♦Kline, Henry S... 25.00 
Landow, C. 

Henry 5.00 

Levy, Mrs. Benj.. 5.00 

Moss, S. R 10.00 

Ojserkis, Sig- 

mund 25.00 

Press, Mrs. A 20-00 

Rosenbaum, Elias 10.00 
Rosenberg, H. . . 5.00 
Schaul, Henrv H. 5.00 



Staller, Mrs. 




Jennie 


5.00 


♦White, D. S. 




Zimmerman, Mme. 




Isabelle 


10.00 


Belinar 




Strauss, Irving R. 


5.00 


Bridgeton 




Garfield, D 


5.00 


Camden 




Fuhrman, Abe . . . 


5.00 


Fuhrman. Nathan 


5.00 


Nelson, L. M. ... 


5.00 


Reiter, Dr. Otto. 


5.00 


Schoenagle, Sig. . . 


15.00 


Weitzman, Israel. 


5.00 


East Orangre 




Back, Mrs. Albert 


5.00 


Dimond, A. J 


10.00 


Kohn. M. F., 




family 


6.00 


Schlesenger, 




Mrs. Alex. L... 


10.00 


Elizabeth 




Council of Jewish 




Women 


10.00 


Hyman, Isaac, & 




Sons 


10.00 


Stein, Dr. Emll.. 


5.00 


Hoboken 




Morganstern, 




Mrs. R 


10.00 


Eong Branch 




Young Women's 




Hebrew Ass'n . 


10.00 


Merchantville 




Eichengreen, 




Pauline B 


5.00 


Newark 




♦Aronson, Louis V. 




Augenblick, 




Meyer 


5.00 


Bamberger, Louis 


10.00 


*Basch, Chas. J. 




Berla, Amzi .... 


5.00 


Danzis, Dr. M... 


10.00 


Davis, Mortimer. 


10.00 


Epstein, Dr. H. B. 


5.00 


Ezekiel Lodge 90, 




I. 0. B. B 


10.00 


Feist, Abram 


5.00 


Feist & Feist 


5.00 


Fenning, H .A 


5.00 


Finger, W 


10.00 


♦Fisch, Jos. 




Foster, Rev. Sol.. 


5.00 


♦Friedman, Louis 




L. 




Fuld, Felix 


25.00 


Goldsmith, Leo . 


5.00 


Goldsmith, M. H.. 


5.00 


♦Goldsmith. Nathan. 




Gries. Aaron 


5.00 


♦Groedel, Theodore. 




♦Grotta, David . . . 


100.00 


Hammersehlag, 




N 


5.00 


Hannocli, Herbert 




J 


5.00 


Hertz, Max 


20.00 



♦Hollander, Albert 

♦Hollander, Benj. 
W. 

♦Hollander 
Michael. 
Hollander, Samuel 

M 10.00 

Jay, Leopold 10.00 

Kamm, Louis . . . 10.00 

♦Kaufherr, Albert 
H. 
Kaufherr & Co.. 10.00 
Kaufherr, Isadora 
J 5.00 

♦Kaufherr, Maurice 
D. 

♦King, Nathaniel. 
Koch, Julius 5.00 

♦Krimke, Philip. 
Kussy, Herman.. 5.00 
Lehman, Isidor.. 10.00 

♦Lehman, Wm. E. 

♦Lehman, Wm. L. 
and Jerome. 
Levi, Mrs. Sarah 

M 5.00 

Lewis, Bernard . . 10.00 

♦Lewis, Israel. 
Lichtman, J., & 

Son 10.00 

Lindeman, Philip 10.00 
Lippman, Louis.. 5.00 

♦Lissner, A. 

♦Lissner, B. 

♦Lissner, Leo N... 10.00 
Liveright, Frank 

1 10.00 

Loewenberg Co... 10.00 
Mavbatira, Charles 5.00 

Mayer, Adolf 25.00 

Mendel, William . 5.00 

♦Meyer, Aaron. 
Mever, Jacob . . . 10.00 
Meyer, Joseph E. 10.00 

♦Miller, Bernard. 

Miller, E. H 10.00 

Myers, Wm. L... 5.00 
Newman, Jacob L. 10.00 
Oppenheimer, 
Max 10.00 

♦Phillips, Arthur. 

Plaut, Louis 10.00 

Plant, Moses 5.00 

♦Rachlin, Morris. 
Rich, Leopold . . . 5.00 
Rich, William S.. 10.00 

♦Roth, Isaac. 
Salzman, Nathan. 5.00 
Sheck Advertising 
Agency 5.00 

♦Schlesinger, Louis. 
Schlesinger, 

Morris S 5.00 

Schnuerer, Alfred 10.00 

♦Schwarz & Son. 
Schwarz, Louis 

C 10.00 

Sichel, Moses 10.00 

Simon, H. S 5.00 

Sommer, Harry F. 25.00 

♦Sommer, Wm. M. 

Stahl, Simon .5.00 

Stein, Leo 5.00 

Steiner, Herman. 5.00 

♦Steiner, Mrs. Jos. 

♦Straus, Isaac T. 
Straus, M., & 

Sons 5.00 

Sugarman, Jos. J. 5.00 



♦Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



T'hry, Kmil ,-.00 

"Warner, r.anietr. 3.ou 
•■VVoiugarten. Levi. 

Orange 

Brentano, Mrs. 

Simon 10.00 

Engel. li^idor . . . 5.00 

Roth & Co.. Inc.. . 10.00 
♦Roth. Jacob. 

Paterson 

Gordon David . . . 5.00 

Grunauer, Louis 

H -,.00 

Holznian Silk 

Mfg. Co 3.00 

Leviue & Green- 
span 5.00 

Rogow.skl. M. L... 5.00 

Pennsgrove 

Livingstone. 

Alex 10.00 

Perth Aniboy 

Wnitzel, Mas . . . 10.00 
Phillipsburg 

Bugen, Jacob . . . 5.00 
Nie, Miss Alice 

E 5.00 

Stone, Max M 5.00 

Plainfleld 

Rotbberg. Harvey 5.00 

Schwed, Herman. 5.00 

Tepper Bros 50.00 

Riverside 

Pollack. S. F 15.00 

Sonierville 

Hellman, Israel.. 5.00 

Mack, Mrs. Louise 10.00 

Schwed, Chas. . . . 5.00 

Trenton 

Alexander, Harry 5.00 

Arosniss, Nathan". 5.00 

Block, S. R 5.00 

Budson, Alexander 5.00 

Fuld, Jones A 5.00 

Fuld, Mrs. Leah 

E 25.00 

Fuld. Names A.. 5.00 

Goodstein. H. L.. 5.00 

Green. Hvman ... 5.00 

•Gusky & Neufelil. 5.00 

Haveson. Herman 5.00 

Josephson. E». ... 5.00 

Julian. Dr. Wm.. 5.00 

Kahn. S 5.00 

Kaplan. David . . 5.00 

Kaufman. S. E... 5.00 

Koplin, Dr. N. H. 5.00 

Kramer. Maurice. 5.00 
Leventhal, N.. & 

Co 5.00 

Levy, J. Herbert 5.00 

Levy, Samuel . . . 5.00 

Mandel. J 5.00 

Reich, Wm 5.00 

Rice, Mrs. Bertha 

J. F 25.00 

Rudner, E 5.00 

Trenton Shirt 

Mfg. Co 10.00 

Unkin, Paul 5.00 

Wineberg. Morris 5.00 



AVirtschafter, H.. 5.00 
\\'olf, Mr. and 
Mrs. Robt 25.00 

Warrenville 

llofheimer, Mr. 
and Mrs. Arthur 10.00 

NEW MEXICO 



-Vlbuquerque 

Ilfeld, Louis 5.00 

Kahn, Siegfried . 5.00 
Nordhaus, Max.. 25.00 
yclnveizer, Her- 
man 10.00 

Clayton 

Isaacs, Eobt. W. 5.00 
E. Las Vegas 
J. E. Eosenwald 
Lodge 545, I. O. 
B. B 20.00 

Las Vegas 
Ilfeld, Chas 

NEW TORK 

Albany 

Barnet, Wm 

Blatner, Jacob M. 
Blatner, M. H. .. 
Blatner, S. H. ... 
Brenner, Louis . . 
Congregation Beth 

Emeth 

Council of Jewish 

^Yomen 

de Beer, Mr. and 

Mrs. Jacob 

Fleishman, I 

Friedman, J. S.. 
Fuld, Franklin B. 
Gideon Lodge 140, 

I. O. B. B 

Hatch, Nathan . . 
Hessberg, Samuel 
Hyman, Edward. 
Hyman & Hess . . 
Kantrowitz, 

Morris 

Earner, A., & Son 
Lesser, R. W.... 
Levinson, I. N... 
Levison, Milton F. 
Mandelbaum, M. 

J 

Mann Bros 

Mann, Mr. and 

Mrs. Chas 

Mann, Milton . . . 
May, Chas. S. .. 
Mendel, Max .... 
Mendleson, 

Jerome 

Mendelson. Leon. 

Miller Bros 

Muhlfelder & Illch 
Muhlfelder. Jonas 
Neuman, Dr. Leo 

H 

Nusbaum, Joseph 
Nusbaum, S. I... 
Oppenheim, G. L. 
Oppenheim. Wm. 
L 



10.00 



25.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 

25.00 

5.00 

10.00 

10.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

10.00 

20.00 

5.00 

5.00 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

25.00 
10.00 

5.00 
10.00 

5.00 

5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

5.00 



Paris Store 10.00 

♦Roscndalc, Hon. 

S. W. 
Sonnenfeld, Sam 

^ T- 5.00 

Sporborg, Mr. and 

Mrs. Alfred J.. 10.00 
Sporborg, Mrs. 

Henry J 5.00 

Stern, Chas. M... 5.00 
Thanhauser, Mrs. 

Benj. H 10.00 

Waldman Bros. .. 10 00 
Weil, Edw 5.OO 

.Vmsterdam 

Alder, J 5.00 

Behr, O. M. & S. 

, M 5.00 

Holzheimer, Solo- 
mon 10.00 

Lurie, A. D 5.OO 

Straus, David . . . 10.00 

.\uburn 

Marshall, L 5.00 

Binghamton 

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 

Green, Mrs. Bernie 

F 10.00 

Hirsch, Miss S. 

Eugenia 5.00 

Janowitch. J. H.. 5.00 

Joachim, B 25.00 

♦Kalvin, Mrs. 

Henry M. 
Katz. Mrs. Jennie 5.00 
Kaufman, Mrs. 

Sara 5.00 

May, Daniel 5.00 

♦Reiner, Julius. 

Rubin, Jos 25.00 

Tuholsky, D 10.00 

Veld, Rabbi H... 10.00 
"Werbelovsky. 
Abraham'. 10.00 

Buflfalo 

♦Hofeller, Eugene 
D. 

♦Hotelier, Theodore. 

♦Hotelier, Mrs. 

Theo. 
Jewish Federation 
for Social Ser- 
vice 300.00 

♦Joseph, J. G. 
Kline. Mrs. Jose- 
phine 25.00 

♦Warner, Eugene. 

♦Winkler, Mrs. R. 
S. 

Cedarhurst, L.. I. 

Dreyfus, Fred J. 5.00 
Croton-on-Hudson 

Rosen, Jos. A 10.00 

Delhi 

Stern, Aaron 5.00 



♦Life Member. 



66 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Eggertsville 




Warner, Mrs. 




Eugene 


10.00 


£linira 




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 


Far Kockaway 




Herrman, Mrs. J. 




D 


5.00 


Gloversville 




Aaron, Albert . . . 


5.00 


Bachner Joseph.. 


10.00 


Bellis & Klein .. 


25.00 


Horwitz & Arbib 


10.00 


Kennedy, Dr. M. 


10.00 


Lebenheim, F. W. 


15.00 


Littauer, Lucius 




N 


100.00 


Mendel, J. W 


5.00 


*Moses, Joseph. 




Nelson. A 


5.00 


*Rothschild, 




Samuel. 




♦Rothschild, Mrs. 




Samuel. 




Sanger, N 


5.00 


Great Neck, L. I. 




Burnham, Lee S. 


5.00 


Greenport, Xi. I. 




Levine Bros 


5.00 


Herkimer 




Schermer. Benj. . 


5.00 


Schermer, Mrs. 






5.00 


Jamaica 




Sisterhood of 




Temple Israel . 


10.00 


Johnstown 




Denkert, M 


5.00 


Feldman, M., & 




Son 


5.00 


Galinsky, B 


5.00 


Rosenthal, Albert 


10.00 


Lattrence, IL. I 




Florance, Mrs. 




Sarah H 


10.00 


Movmt Vernon 






10.00 


Xewburgh 




Dubrusin Bros. . 


5.00 


Fish & Feinhar. . 


5.00 


Fruchter, Philip 


5.00 


Goldberg, Alex. . . 


5.00 


Goodman, Isaac. 


5.00 


Kades. Louis 


5.00 


Kempler, Philip . 


5.00 


Lasner, M. B 


5.00 


Samuel, Sig. & 




Max 


5.00 


Stern, Frederick. 


10.00 



Xew Kochelle 

Amdur. N. W 5.00 

Bronner, Mrs. 

Henry 10.00 

Drey, Mrs. Lizzie 

H 5.00 

♦Grant, Adolph . . 25.00 
Landenburger, 

Theo 5.00 

♦Landenburger, 

Mrs. Theo. 

Xew York City 
Baron de Hirsch 

Fund 10,000.00 

♦♦Abraham, A. 
Abrahams, Mrs. 

M. L 5.00 

Adler's Sons, 

Chas 10.00 

Adler, Max 5.00 

Alexander, Leo . . 5.00 

Allmayer, E 5.00 

Alpert, Adolph . . 10.00 
Armstrong, Paul 5.00 

Arnold, Nathan 

A., and Rosa, in 

memorv of .... 25.00 

t Aron, Morris 100.00 

Baer, Mrs. Han- 
nah 10.00 

♦Bamberger, Wm. 
Bathia Lodge 10, 

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 

Bernard, Mrs. 

Bertram 10.00 

Bernheim, Isaac 

J 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 

Bowsky, Louis . . o.OO 
Bronner, Mr. and 

Mrs. Leonard . . 25.00 
Buchman, Julius. 25.00 
♦Budge, Henry. 
Burgauer, Samuel 10.00 
Buttenwieser, 

Jos. L 10.00 

Campe, Emanuel 

N 5.00 

Centennial Lodge, 

763, F. & A. M. 25.00 
Cohen, Julius 

Henry 10.00 

Cohen, Max 10.00 

Conheim, Her- 
mann 10.00 



♦Cowen. Moses . . . 10.00 

Danenbaum, Chas. 5.00 

DeBoer, David H. 5.00 

Diamond, Milton 25.00 
Dreyfuss, Mrs. 

Ludwig lO.OO 

Dribben, S. F... lO.OO 
Eckstein, Henry 

J 10.00 

Edelstein, S. M. . . 5.00 
Ehrmann. Mrs. 

Ernst 10.00 

Einstein, Isaac D. 10.00 
Eiseman, Mrs. 

Sam 10.00 

Enelow, Dr. H. G. 10.00 
Erianger, Abra- 
ham l.GOO.OO 

Estricher, Henry. 5.00 

Fechheimer, A. '. . 10.00 

Fechheimer, Chas. 10.00 

Felsenheld, E. . . . 10.00 

Fischman. Wm... 7.50 

Fleishman, Marco 10.00 

Frank Bros 5.00 

Frankel, D. .1 5.00 

Frankfeld, Mrs. 

Mildred 10.00 

Friedman, Max . . 25.00 

Friedman, Morris 10.00 
Friedman, Sol., & 

Co 10.00 

Fuerst, W. F 5.00 

Gainsburg, I. ... 25.00 

Gans, Mitton 15.00 

Glass, Henry 10.00 

Glazier, Henry S. 25.00 
Goldberg, Mrs. J. 

D 10.00 

♦Goodhart, Philip 

Goodman, Edwin. 10.00 
Goodman, Wm. . . 15.00 
Gottheil. Mrs. 

Paul 10.00 

Gotthelf, Edward 

B 5.00 

Greenhut. Mrs. J. 

B 50.00 

Grossman, Emil . 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 10.00 

Guinzburg, Mrs. 

Victor 10.00 

Gutfreund, Hugo. lO.OO 
Hadassah Lodge 

8, U. O. T. S.. 5.00 
♦♦Hays, Daniel P. 
♦Heinsheimer, 

Alfred M. 
Henarlcks, Mrs. 

Chas .%5.00 

Herkimer. Ber- 

thold S 10.00 

♦Hermann, 

Ferdinand. 
Hevman, Samuel. 10.00 
Hirsch, Adolf ... 5.00 
Hirsch. Morris J. 10.00 
♦Hoffheimer, 

Nathan. 



♦Life Member. 
•♦Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



67 



Holzuiiin, Ascher. 10.00 
Holziuan. S. L... 10.00 
Hnchberger, Mrs. 

J o.OO 

Ilusch. Horraan.. 5.00 
*Hyman. D. M. 
Ikelheiiuor, 

Emanuel, 

children of ... 15.00 
Ikelheimer, Miss 

Ida y.OO 

Ittleson. Henry . . .").00 

Jacobson. S 15.00 

Jaffee, Louis J.. . 10.00 
Janowitz, Julius. 25.00 

Kahn, Louis 15.00 

*Katz, Eugene. 
♦•Kaut'manu, B. 
Kaufmann, Mrs. 

B 25.00 

Kaufmann, Her- 
bert M 25.00 

Kaufmann. Julius 10.00 
**Kayser, Julius. 
Kessler, Mrs. F. 

W 5.00 

Klein, Mr. and 

Mrs. Milton M.. 10.00 
Klein, Sidney . . . 5.00 
Klingenstein. Mr. 

ana Mrs. Chas. 10.00 
Klugman, Julius. 10.00 
Knopf, Samuel . . 5.00 
Kohnstamn, Leo, 

Edward and 

Jos 50.00 

*Krauskopf, Marv 

G. 
Krieger, Louis . . 5.00 
Lamport, Mr. and 

Mrs. S. C 25.00 

Landman, Rabbi 

Isaac 5.00 

Lang. H. H 5.00 

Latz, Mrs. Mack. . 200.00 
Laiiterstein, Mrs. 

Leon 5.00 

LebacH, Mrs. 

Stuart J 5.00 

Lehman, Allan S. 10.00 
Lehman, Mr. and 

Mrs. Arthur . . . 25.00 
Lehman, Herbert 

H 25.00 

Lehman, Hon. 

Irving 25.00 

**Lehman, Meyer H. 

Leon, Henry 10.00 

*Leon, Maurice. 
Lerentritt, Hon. 

David 10.00 

Levy, Albert L.. 15.00 
Levy, Mrs. Ben.i. 5.00 
Lew, Ephraim B. 5.00 
Levy, Felix H.... 10.00 

Lew, Sylvan 5.00 

Levy. Mrs. Wm. . . 10.00 
•Lewisohn, 

. Adolph 25.00 

Lewisohn. Misses 

A. and 1 10.00 

Lewisohn, Sam A. 25.00 
Liebmann, Chas.. 5.00 
♦Lipper, Arthur . . 25.00 
Lipper, Mrs. 

Arthur 15.00 

Lippman, L. J... 5.00 
Loewenstein, 

Herman 10.00 



Lorsch, Henry . . 10.00 
♦Louchbeim, 

Harry F 25.00 

Louchheim, Mrs. 

H. F 25.00 

Lyon, Miss Mabel 10.00 
♦♦Mack, Jacob W. 
Mack, Marc H... 10.00 
Manhattan -Wash. 

Lodge 101, I. O. 

B. B 10.00 

Mannheimer, I.... 5.00 
Marcuse. A. J.. . . 5.00 
Marks, Sigmund. 10.00 
♦Marshall, Louis.. 100.00 
Mautuer. Julius.. 10.00 
Mayer, Bernhard. 50.00 
Mayer, Max W... 30.00 
Maver, S. W. ... 10.00 

Meltzer, M. C 10.00 

Mendelsohn, Sigm. 10.00 
Metzler, Mrs. 

Daisy 5.00 

Meyer, D. F 10.00 

Meyer. Harrison 

D 20.00 

Meyer, Mrs. Jonas 5.00 
♦Meyer, Wm. 
Miller, Dr. Louis. 5.00 
Miller, Nathan J.. 25.00 
♦Millhiser, Mrs. 

Clarence 5.00 

Mishkind, Isidor. 5.00 
♦Morganstern, 

Albert G. 
Morgenthau, 

Henry 25.00 

Morrison's. Inc.. 20.00 

Moses, D. K 10.00 

Moses, Mrs. E. . . 5.00 
Mt. Sinai Lodge 

No. 2, I. O. B. 

B 10.00 

Nathan. Miss 

Caroline K 12.50 

Naumburg, Elkan 50.00 
Newburger. Alfred 

H 10.00 

Nordlinger, Emil 

S ■ 10.00 

Ochs, Mrs. Adolph 

S 25.00 

Oppenheimer, Z. 

H 10.00 

Peierls, Siegfried. 10.00 
Peyser, Solomon 

D 10.00 

Pollak, Chas. N.. 10.00 

Posner, Dr. A 25.00 

Posner, Louis S.. 10.00 
Present. Le Roy 10.00 
Reese, Mrs. Re- 

gina L 10.00 

Reiter, Leon M.. . 5.00 
Rogers, M. H.... 5.00 

Rosen Bros 5.00 

Rosenbaum, 

Arthur A 10.00 

Rosenbaum, Wm. 10.00 
Rosenblatt, Albert 10.00 
Rossback, Jacob. 10.00 
Rossbach, Mrs. 

Leonora B. ... 25.00 
Rothschild, Louis 

F 10.00 

♦Rothschild, Mrs. 

Wm. 
Sachs, Mr. and 

Mrs. Chas 10.00 



Sachs, Harry ... 25.00 

Sachs, Samuel . . 25.00 
Sachs, Mrs. 

Samuel 25.00 

Saks, Isadora ... 5.00 

Salit, Michael . . . 5.00 
♦♦Salomon, Win. 
♦Samler, Louis. 
Samuels, Donald 

L 10.00 

Sanger, Isaac . . . 10.00 

Schiff, Isaac 3.00 

♦♦Schiff, Jacob H. 
Schiff, Mrs. Jacob 

H 500.00 

Schiff, Mortimer 

L 100.00 

Schoenfeld, David 35.00 
Schoenfeld, Mrs. 

David 10.00 

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 25.00 
Sidenberg, Mr. and 

Mrs. Richard . . 10.00 
Silberstein, Abra- 
ham 5.00 

Silverberg. A. S.. 2.3.00 
Silverberg, Mrs. 

A. S 25.00 

Silverberg, Arthur 15.00 
Silverman, Mrs. 

Anna lO.OO 

Simon. A. L. and 

L. L .5.00 

Sloss, A. M lO.OO 

Solomon, Miss 

Camille 5.0O 

Sommerich, Edwin 10. OO 

Sondheim, Max . 5.00' 
Sonneborn, Moses 

S o.OO 

Spellman, Louis 

E 5.0O 

Spiegelberg. Willi lO.OO 
Steinam, Mrs. 

Abr 10.00 

Steiner, B 25.00 

Steiner, Mrs. B... 25.(X> 

Steiner Bros 10.00 

Steiner, David . . 10.00 

Steiner, Jos 10.00 

Steiner, Sam S... lO.OO 
Steiner, Mrs. Sig- 

fried 25.00 

Steinhardt, Henry 10.00 

Stern, Albert lO.OO 

Stern, Benjamin . 10.00 

Stern, Leopold . . 25.00 

Stern, Mever 10.00 

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 . lO.OO 
Strasburger, 

Byron L 5.00 

Strasser, W. W... 5.00 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



68 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Straus, A. D. . . . o.OO 

Straus, Harry H.. 10.00 
*Straus, Lionel F. 

Straus, Percy S... 25.00 

Strauss, Charles. 50.00 

Strauss, David R. 10.00 

Strauss, Martin . . 10.00 

Stroock, Jos 50.00 

Strooek, Louis S. 50.00 
Stroock, Robt. 

Louis 5.00 

Sulke, J. M 10.00 

Sulzberger. Cyrus 

L 3.00 

•*Swaab, M. M.. Jr. 

Swope. J. L 10.00 

Tanenbaum. Leon 25.00 

Temple Betli-El.. 25.00 
Toch, Mr. and 

Mrs. Henry M.. 25.00 

Toch, Maximilian 10.00 

Trager, J. Garfiebl 15.00 
Trounstine. Lewis 

J 10.00 

LTiry, Moise 10.00 

Ullmann, Mrs. 

Julius L 5.00 

nimann. M 10.00 

rimann. C. J. ... 10.00 
L'nger, Mrs. Her- 
man J 10.00 

Veit. B 5.00 

Vorhaus, Louis J. 10.00 

AVallach. Mose.< . . 10.00 

TVallerstein. Max 10.00 
*^Varburg. Felix 

M 100.00 

*Warburg. Paul M. 

Weil, Dr. Isaac. 5.00 
Weiter, Mrs. 

Gertrude 10.00 

TVeiss, S. J 25.00 

*W'ertheim, Jacob. 
Wertheim. 

Maurice 50.00 

Winburn. .Tesse.. 5.00 

Winkler. Eli 125.00 

Wolff. Mrs. A. L. 10.00 
Wolff. Mrs. Lewis 

S 20.00 

*Wollman, Henry. 

•Wollman. Wm. J. 25.00 

*Woolf. Morris L. 

Wormser. Moritz. 10.00 

Zeckendorf. Louis 10.00 

Zucker, Sam'l . . . 5.00 

>'iagara Falls 



Desbecker. S. R.. 


5.00 


♦Silberberg. Bertha. 




Silberberg Bros.. 


5.00 


♦Silberberg. Isaac 




L. 




Silberger. Moses 




L 


5.00 


Plattstanrg 




Mendelsohn. 




Julius 


25.00 


Kochester 




Adler, I>iiac 


5.00 


Adler. Mortimer. 


10.00 


August, Leo 


5.00 


Bakrow. Mrs. J... 


5.00 


Beir, Isaac 


5.00 


Benjamin. M. H.. 


15.00 


Black. A. W 


5.00 


Black, L 


5.00 


♦Life Member. 




♦♦Deceased Lite Member. 



Brickner, Max O. 5.00 

Cauffman Family 20.00 

Cohen, J.. Son Co. ."..00 

Cohn. H. C 5.00 

Cohn. Herman M. 5.00 
Ettenheimer, S. L. 5.00 
Feinstein & Pot- 
ter 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, Hvman, 

& Son 5.00 

Goldsmith, Leon. 10.00 
Goldstein. R.. & 

Co. 5.00 

Goodman. A 10.00 

Gordon, M 5.00 

Griesheimer, F. 

M 5.00 

Griesheimer, L. . . 5.00 

Guggenheim. G. C. 5.00 
Guggenheimer, H. 

L 5.00 

Hart, Leo 5.00 

Heilbrunn & 

Sons. J 5.00 

Hyman. M. C 5.00 

.Toffee, Isaac .... 5.00 
Katz, Mrs. Abram 

J 25.00 

Klrstein, Henry 

E 5.00 

Kleinberger, Leon 5.00 

Klonick. Harrr . 5.00 

Kochenthal. J. . . 5.00 

Leiter. H. F 10.00 

Levy, H. 1 5.00 

Levy. Jacob 10.00 

Lowenthal, Estate 

of Geo. (Be- 
quest I 2.50.00 

**Lowenthal, Max. 
Lowenthal & 

Sons, Max 25.00 

Marks & Abram- 

son 5.00 

Mever. Chas. A... 5.00 

Mevers, J. L 5.00 

Mevers. M. M.... 5.00 

Mevers. Walter S. 5.00 

*Michaels. Jos. . . . 25.00 

Miller. Wm 25.00 

Nusbaum & Son, 

A 5.00 

Present. Emanuel 5.00 

Present, Morris . 5.00 

Present. Philip . . 5.00 

Reichert, M 5.00 

Ring. S. L 5.00 

Rosenberg. 

Edward 10.00 

Rosenberg. Mrs. 

Herman 10.00 

Rosenberg, .Jacob 

G 10.00 

Rosenbloom, Mrs. 

Anna .5.00 

Rosenthal, Jos. 

W 5.00 

Savage, S. H 5.00 

Simon, Joseph . . 5.00 

Stein, Rudolph . . 10.00 

Stein, Simon X... 200.00 

Stern, Chas 10.00 



Stern, Henry M. . 20.00 

Stern, Morley A.. 10.00 

Strouss. D. E. . . . 5.00 

Thalheimer, .J. . . 3.00 
Van Bergh Silver 

Plate Co 10.00 

Weil, S. M 5.00 

Wiener, Mrs. 

Jacob 10.00 

Wile, Mrs. Carrie 5.00 

Wile, Julius M... 25.(xj 

Wile, M. B 5.00 

Wile. Sol 10.00 

Zerubbabel Lodge 

5.3, I. O. B. B... 10.00 

Rome 

Sebelowitz, David 
A 5.00 

.Saranac Lake 

Feustman, M. M. 10.(M> 
Schenectady 

Graubart, Samuel 5.00 
Lichtenberg, 

Chester 10.00 

Rubenstein, 

Lazarus 5.00 

Salmon. Del. B... 5.<h( 

Stark, M., & Son 5.00 

Syracuse 

Federation of 
Jewish Philan- 
thropies 100.00 

Holstein, A. M. . . 10.00 
Sporberg, W. L.. . 10.00 

Tarryto^vn 
Halle. Mrs. 

Jacques S 20.00 

Troy 

Gross. Mrs. Marks .5.00 

•Jacobs, James . . .5.00 

Kranson. Frank.. 5.00 

Weiss. Harry S.iX) 

WatertowTi 

Ellis, H 5.00 

NORTH CAROLINA 

Ashevllle 

Lichtenfels. G. . . 5.00 

Lipinskv, M 5.00 

Lipinskv, S 5.00 

Rosenberg, Ralph 10.00 

Zagier, R. B 5.00 

Charlotte 

Council of Jewish 

Women 5.00 

Haas, O. K 5.00 

Goldsboro 
Berke, Dr. 

Edward 5.00 

Edwards, Mrs. 

Asher A .5.00 

.To-seph. A. A. ... .5.00 
•Weil. Mrs. Henrv. 

Weil. Leslie 10.00 

Weil, Mrs. Sol. . . 20.00 

Greensboro 

Bluhm. Sidnev . . 5.00 

Cone. Bernard M. 10.00 

Cone, Mrs. Ceasar 10.00 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



69 



Cone, Herman . . 


10.00 


Cone. Julius W.. 


10.00 


Goldstein. .T 


.j.OO 


Oettinger, E. M. 




& J. R 


10.00 


Sternbergor, K. . . 


50.00 


Sternbergei-, M. . . 


10.00 


Temple Sister- 




hood 


50 00 


Henderson villa 




Brenner, M 


5.00 


Kantrowitz, A. . . 


5.(H> 


LervLs. A 


5.00 


Patterson, H. ... 


5.00 


High Point 




Harris, H., & Bro. 


5.00 


New Bern 




Coplon Co 


10.00 


Lipman, Harry . . 


10.00 


Lipman, Jos. . . . 


5.00 


Lipman & Levin- 




son 


5.00 


Raleigh 




Berwanger, S. . . . 


5.00 


Salisbury 




Oestreicber, Dave 


7.50 


Wallace, V., & 




Son 


10.00 


Statesville 




Temple Sister- 




hood 


5.00 


Wallace, H 


5.00 


Wallace, Sig 


5.00 


Wilmington 




Bear, Irvin 


5.00 


Baer. Sam'l, Sr., 




& Sons 


10.00 


Bluetbenthal, 




Mrs. Herbert . . 


5.00 


Finkelstein, Chas. 


5.00 


.Tacobi, M. W. ... 


15.00 


Shrier & Solomon 


5.00 


Solomon, B 


5.00 


Weil, J 


5.00 


Winston-Salem 




Rose, Henry 


5.00 


Urband, Frank M. 


5.00 


NORTH DAKOTA 


Fargo 




Xaftalin, D 


5.00 


Jamestown 




Beck, Morris 


5.00 


OHIO 




Akron 




Bernstein. M. A.. 


10.00 


Hirsch, Mrs. Geo. 


10.00 


Jewish Social 




Service Federa- 




tion 


200.00 


Leopold, H. E. .. 


10.00 


Bellaire 




Blum Bros. Co 


5.00 


Blum, Henry . . . 


10.00 


Herzberg. Max L. 


5.00 


Kapner. Ben .... 


5.00 


Ladies' Aux. Socy 


15.00 



I^adies' B'nai 

B'rith Aux. ... 5.00 

Luchs, Albert ... 5.00 
Sons of Israel 

Congregation . . 5.00 

Canton 

Baer, L. A. & E. 

1 10.00 

fohen, Dorothy . 10.00 
Erlanger Dry 

Goods Co 10.00 

Feldman, J 10.00 

Fischgrund, 

Simon 5.00 

Fisher Bros 5.00 

Fisher, Jos. E 5.00 

Globe Furniture 

and Carpet Co. 10.00 
Hirschheimer 

Bros. Co 10.00 

Kaven, Louis . . . 5.00 

Klafter, Philip . . 5.00 

Klein. Jas 5.00 

Lnvin, Harry & 

Sons 10.00 

Lefovits, 1 5.00 

Livingston, D. B. 10.00 

Livingston. S. H. 5.00 

Livingston, S. M. 15.00 

Lowenstein, S. . . 5.00 
Luntz Iron and 

Steel Co 10.00 

Mann, Harry S.. 5.00 

Mann, Henry . . . 15.00 

Mann, Lawrence. 5.00 
Margolies, Maver 

E .5.00 

Nusbaum. Harrv. 5.00 

Oscar, A. L 5.00 

Sacks, M. M 5.00 

Seitner, D 5.00 

Stern, Karl 5.00 

Stern. Mrs. Max. 25.00 
Temple Sister- 
hood 25.00 

Toronski. Sol. ... 7.50 
Weintraub, Chas. 

S 10.00 

Cincinnati 

Abraham, Chas. . 5.00 
Abraham, Mrs. 

Victor 15.00 

Abrahams. I. D... 5.00 

Ach. Samuel 5.00 

Adler, Eugene . . 5.00 

Altman & Minces 5.00 
Beckman, N. 

Henry 5.00 

Berman, Adolph. 5.00 

Berman, Oscar . . 10.00 

Bernard. J. L 5.00 

Bettman, Irwin 

M 5.00 

Bing, Ben M. ... 5.00 

Bing, Mrs. I. M. 10.00 

Bing, Mrs. Sam'l 10.00 

Bloch, Ben 5.00 

Bloch, Herbert R. 10.00 

Bloch, Jacob 5.00 

Block, Jos. E 5.00 

♦Block, Samuel. 

Bowman. A. L 5.00 

Brown, B 5.00 

Brown, G. J 10.00 

Cincinnati Lodge 

4. I. O. B. B.... 25.00 

Cohen, A. E 10.00 



Cohen, Alfred M. 10.00 
District G. L. 2, 

L O. B. B 100.00 

Dreifus, Mrs. 

Rosa 5.00 

lOicliberg. Harry. 5.00 

ICnglander. 1 5.00 

*F('cliheimer, .S. 

Marcus. 
Fechheinier. S. 

T 10.00 

Feibelman, Mrs. 

Rose 5.00 

Feldman. Leo. M. 5.00 

Fox, Henry 5.00 

Fox, Mrs. Solo- 
mon 10.00 

Frankel. Irving I. .5.00 
Freiberg, Abr. ... 10.00 
Freiberg, Dr. 

Albert H 10.00 

Freiberg, Bern- 
hard 5.00 

Freiberg, Harrv 

A ■. 10.00 

Freiberg, J. 

Arthur 10.00 

Freiberg, Julius 

W 10.00 

Freiberg, Maurice 

J 25.00 

Freiberg, Sidney 

J 5.00 

Freiberg. Sig. . . . 10.00 
Freiberg. Sol. H. 5.00 
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 20.00 
Guggenheim, Eli. 5.00 
Guggenheim, Jack 

A 5.00 

Guggenheim, M. 

M 5.00 

Guthman. F. B... 5.00 
Hahn, Mrs. 

Fannie L .5.00 

Hebrew Union 

College Alumni 

Assn 50.00 

**Heinsheimer, 

Edw. L. 
Heldman. Jacob . 10.00 
Heldman, Morton 

J 5.00 

Heldman, N. J... 5.00 

Henry, Geo 5.00 

Hessberg, Mrs. 

Dan 5.00 

Hilb & Bauer . . . 10.00 
Huttenbauer, 

Emil 10.00 

Huttenbauer, I... 5.00 
Huttenbauer, Sam 5.00 
Iglauer, Chas. S. 5.00 
Isaac, Morris, <& 

Son 5.00 

Isaacs, 1 5.00 

Israel, Chas 5.00 

Jonap, Alfred M.. 5.00 
Jonap, Henry . . . 5.00 
♦.loseph, Mr. and 

Mrs. Arthur. 
Joseph, Jacob . . . 5.00 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



70 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Joseph, Leopold . 5.00 
♦Joseph, Maurice. 
Joseph, Mrs. Min- 
nie B 15.00 

Kahn, E., Sons, 

Co 10.00 

Kahn, Nathan .. 10.00 

Klein, Ben F .^.00 

Klein, Jos. D.... 10.00 
♦♦Klein, Samuel. 

Krohn, I. M 5.00 

Kuder, Mrs. S.... 5.00 

Lazarus, Joseph. . 5.00 

Lazarus, Louis... 5.00 

Lehman, Samuel. 5.00 

•Levy, Harry M.. 10.00 

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. J. 

Mack, Edg. J 5.00 

Mack, Jacob W. . . 5.00 

Mack, Millard \V. 5.00 

Marks, Harry B.. 5.00 

Marks, Leslie V.. 10.00 

Marks, Sol. H.... 5.0D 

Marx, Louis 10.00 

May Bros 5.00 

Mayer, Mrs. L... 5.00 

Mayer, Samuel . . 5.00 
Mayer, Simon & 

Bros 10.00 

♦Meis, Henry. 

Meiss, Harry 5.00 

Meiss, Leon 5.00 

Meyer, S. R 10.00 

Miller, E. L 5.00 

Miller, Mrs. E. L. 5.00 

Mitchell, Lester . 5.00 
Modern Tailoring 

Co 5.00 

Myers, Abe 5.00 

Oettinger, Herb. 

C 10.00 

Oettinger, Mrs. 

Myer 25.00 

Orton J. Robert. 10.00 
Phillips, Godfrey 

J 10.00 

Plant, Aaron 5.00 

Pollak, Emil 10.00 

Pollak, Mrs. M. 

E 10.00 

Pritz, Carl E 5.00 

Pritz, Sidney E... 5.00 
Reading Road 

Temple Sister- 
hood 10.00 

Reins, Isidore . . . 5.00 
♦Reiter, A. 
Rheinstrom, Jas. 

A 5.00 

Rheinstrom, 

Sigmund 5.00 

Rosenberg, Max . 10.00 
Rosenthal, Chas. 

H 5.00 

Rosenthal, Mrs. 

David 10.00 

Rosenthal, Sam'l. 20.00 
Rosenthal, Walter 

N 5.00 

Rosenthal, Wm. 

H 5.00 

Rothschild. Lester 5.00 
♦♦Sachs, Mrs. Rosa 

F. 



.S.ilzer & Baum- 

ring 5.00 

Samuels, Mrs. 

Seymour 5.00 

Schwartz, G 5.00 

Seasongood, 

Murray 10.00 

Seasongood, 

Philip L 10.00 

Segal, Daniel 10.00 

♦Seinsheimer, Mrs. 

Henry A. 

Senior, Edward . 25.00 

Senior, Robt. M... 5.00 

Shohl, Chas 25.00 

Simon, S 5.00 

Sinton, Miss 

Bessie 10.00 

Smith, Mrs. J. J. 10.00 
Sommerfleld, Ida 

and 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, Saml 5.00 

Stern, Max 10.00 

Stern, Wm. (In 

Memoriam) 10.00 

Stix, Mrs. Fannv. 5.00 

Straus, Alfred I.. 5.00 

Straus, David ... 10.00 

Straus, Isaac S... 10.00 

Straus, Robert . . 5.00 

Straus, Samuel . . 20.00 

Strauss, Morris.. 5.00 
**Sturm, Simon. 

Trager, I. Newton 10.00 

Trost, Carrie L.. . 10.00 

Trounstine, Victor 5.00 

Waldner, Adolph. 5.00 

Weil, Max H 5.00 

Westheimer, 

David F 5.00 

Westheimer, Leo 

F 5.00 

Westheimer, 

Morris F 10.00 

Wolf, Sam 5.00 

Wolfstein, Jesse 

N 5.00 

Wvler, Mrs. Isaac 

A 10.00 

Cleveland 

Abrams Iron and 

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. Sigm. 5.00 

Baumoel, Morris. 5.00 

Benesch, Alfred A. 5.00 

Berne, Marx 10.00 

Bernstein, A. E.. 10.00 

Bernsteen, M. L.. 5.00 
Bernstein, Adolph 

E 5.00 

Bernstein, H. ... 5.00 
Bialosky Bros. & 

Co 25.00 

Bialosky, Harry . 10.00 
Bing, Mrs. Louis 

S 5.00 



Block, Leon 5.00 

Blywise, E. H... 10.00 

Brock. J 5.00 

Bruml, Maurice 

W 5.00 

Cohen, Howard P. 1.00 
Cohen, M., & Son 

Co 25.00 

Cohn, Albert A.. 10.00 
Consolidated 

Fruit Co 5.00 

Cornsweet, Nate 

R 5.00 

Crystal Bros 15.00 

Dauby, N. L 20.00 

Daughters of 
Israel Lodge 

No. 1 10.00 

Deutch, Julius 

W 10.00 

Einstein, Herman 5.00 
Einstein, Mrs. 

Jacob L 5.00 

Einstein, Paul . . 5.00 

Eisenmann, Chas. 10.00 

Emsheimer, H. H. 5.00 

Englander, A. L. 10.00 

Peierstein, H. ... 5.0O 

Feiss, Julius 10.00 

Feiss, Mr. and 

Mrs. Richard A. 15.00 

Fischer, A. T. . . 25.00 

Fishel, Max S. .. 5.00 

Flatau, Louis 5 00 

Forchheimer, B.. . 10.00 

Freedman, Samuel 5.00 
Friedman Bros. & 

Co 10.00 

Friedman, Max . . 5.00 
Galvin, J. N. and 

L 5.00 

Garson, I. J 5.00 

Gellner-Messing 

Co 5.00 

Geltman. Herman 10.00 

Glick, Harry F... 5.00 

Glick, Mrs. Jacob 5.00 
Goldsmith, 

Clarence 1 10.00 

Goldsmith, Her- 
man S 10.00 

Goldstein, E. A... 5.00 

Goldstein, M. B.. 5.00 

Goldstein, M. L.. 5.00 

Goodman, Max P. 5.00 

Gottdiener, H. . . . 10.00 

Gottfried & Silber 5.0.) 

Green, I. H 5.00 

Green, J. H 30.00 

Greenbaum, Wm. 10.00 
Green-Haas- 
Schwartz Co. . . 25.00 

Green, J. H 10.00 

Greenstein, Ber- 
nard E 5.00 

Greenwald, A. H.. ."..0(> 

Gross, Anton F... 10.00 

Gross, J. S 5.00 

Gross, Louis N.. 10.00 

Gross, Sam'l 10.00 

♦Gross, S. M. 
Grossman, Louis 

J 5.00 

Haber, Ben 20.00 

Haber, Jonas 10.00 

Haber. Moe 5.00 

Habermann, E. .. 10.(X) 

Hahn, Aaron ... 25.00 

Halle, A. J 10.00 

♦Halle, Eugene S. 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



'rillC NATIONAL FARM SCIIOOI. 



71 



♦Halle. Mrs. 
Manuel. 

Halle, M. N 10.00 

Halle, Salmon 1'.. 10.00 

Harburger. Ralph 10.00 

Hart, David 10.00 

Hays, Clarence .T. 10.00 

Havs, Eugene K. 10.00 

Heiman, J. H 10.00 

Helper, M. W. . . 5.00 
Hexter, Kaufman 

\V 10.00 

Hexter, S. M. ... 10.00 

Icove. A. E 5.00 

Joseph, Horatio 

S. 10.00 

Joseph, Isaac ... 10.00 
Joseph, Siegr- 

mund 10.00 

Kammer & Fried- 
man 10.00 

Karp. Ben 5.00 

Kastriuer, M. W. 5.00 

Kaufman, H 5.00 

Keller Knitting 

Co 30.00 

Klefeld, Jxilius . . 5.00 

Klein, H. F 5.00 

Klein & Klein 5.00 

Kohn. Mrs. Carrie ;i.00 

Kohn, Herrmau . 5.00 

Kohn, J. B 5.00 

Kohn, J. W 10.00 

Kohn, Milton S. . . 10.00 

Kohn, S., & Sons 25.00 

Korach, Chas. M. 5.00 

Korach, Joseph . 5.00 
Korach, Sig- 

mund 15.00 

Kramer, A. D.... 5.00 

Krohngold. M. . . 5.00 

Kvman Bros. Co.. 5.00 

LaTetter, Ben. J. 5.00 

Lazarus, M. E.... 10.00 
Lebensburger. M. 

A 5.00 

Lederer, Sig- 

mund S 10.00 

Levi, Max 5.00 

Levy, Edward, 

Co 10.00 

Levy, Mrs. S. S. 5.00 
Lichtenstader, 

S. J 5.00 

Looser, Nathan . . 5.00 

Lowensteln. Ben. 5.00 

Mahler, B 10.00 

Marks, Harry A. 5.00 

Mayer, J. E 5.00 

Mechalowitz. S., & 

Co 5.00 

Miller, CM 10.00 

Miller, Chas. S... 5.00 

Miller, S. H 10.00 

Moss, Edward A. 10.00 
Moss, Herman . . . 5.00 

Mvers. Max 20.00 

New, Benj 5.00 

New, Mrs. Harry 10.00 
Newbury, E. N... 5.00 

Newman, A. I 10.00 

Oppenheim. L. G. 15.00 
Ozersky, Max M. 5.00 
♦Peskind, Dr. A. 
*Peskind, Dr. Ben. 
*Peskind, Dr. 

Samuel. 
♦Peskind, Sol. 
Pollock, Julius . . 5.00 



Polster, Mr. and 

Mrs. E. 1 10.00 

Reder, Jake 30.00 

Reed, Milton 5.00 

Regar, Joseiih ... lo.oo 

Regar, Samuel . . 2:>.00 

Rice, Mvron W... 5.00 

Rich, Ben 5.00 

Rich-Sampliner 

Co 10.00 

Richman Bros. . . 25.00 

Rickersberg. E. . 15.00 

Robbins, Harry . lo.tK* 
Rohrheimer, 

Maurice 10.00 

Rosenfeld, Ralph 

H 5.00 

Rosenthal, Mrs. 

Samuel 5.00 

Rotter, Mrs. A. . . 10.00 

Runner, Sam 10.00 

Sampliner, H. S.. 15.00 

Schaffner, Leon . 5.00 
Schaffner, Morris 

G 5.00 

Schloss, Sidney P. 5.00 
Schreiber & 

Wallach 5.00 

*Schwarzenberg, 
E. A. 

Selman, H 5.00 

Selman «& 

Benjamin 5.00 

Shanman, M. D... 10.00 

Shaw, A 10.00 

Shlesinger, H 5.00 

Shlesinger, 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 & Jacoby. 5.00 

Skall, Aaron 5.00 

Solomon, Jesse F. 10.00 

Sperling, B 10.00 

Spira, Henry 5.00 

Spira, Sig 5.00 

Stecher, Sam o.OO 

Steiner, Theo. .. 5.00 

Stern, A. L 10.00 

Stern, Mrs. Her- 
man 1000 

Steiier, Harry ... 5.00 

Stone, Benj. H... 5.00 

Stone, D. B 10.00 

Stone, I. N 5.00 

Stone, M. C. & L 

N 25.00 

Stone," Walter E.. 15.00 

Straus, Aaron . . 5.00 
*Sunshine, C. K. 

Swirskv Bros. . . . 10.00 

Ulmer & Berne .. 10.00 

Ulmer, S., & Sons 20.00 

Wagner, J 5.00 

Weil, B. S 5.00 

Weiskopf, J 5.00 

Weiss & Co 5.00 

*Wise, Samuel D. 

Wise, V. L 10.00 

Wolf, E. E 5.00 

Wolf, L. J 10.00 

Wolin, L. A 5.00 

Zinner, D. J 15.00 

Columbus 

*B'nai Israel 
Sisterhood. 



Bornheim, Lee .. 10.00 
(iinsburg Bros. . . 5.00 

Glick, Frank 10.00 

Goodman, Mrs. 

Clara 5.00 

Goodman, Leon J. u.OO 
Greenberg, Mrs. 

Rebecca 5-00 

Gundershelmer, 

Allen 5.00 

Jewish Welfare 

Federation .... 2.-i0.00 
**Lazarus, Fred. 
♦Lazarus, Mrs. 

Fred. 
♦Lazarus, Ralph. 
Lazarus, Simon.. 
Levinson, Dave.. 
♦Miller, Leopold. 
Ornstein, Sig. . . . 
Schonthal, Jos. . . 
Shatz, Mrs. I. J.. 
*Zion Lodge No. 62, 
I. O. B. B. 

Dayton 

Ach, F. J 

Jewish Federation 
for Social Serv- 
ice 

Lehman, G., & 
Sons 

Lessner, Adam . . 

Margolis, J. H... 

East liiverpool 

Brlanger, Wm., 
Jr 



5.00 
5.00 

5.00 
10.00 
10.00 



10.00 



100.00 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 



5.00 



Hamilton 

Kahn, Bertrand 

B 

Kahn, David F. . 

Kahn, Felix 

Kahn, Lazard . . . 

Kahn, L. L 

Nowman, Albert . 

Strauss, Ben 

Strauss, Max 

l/ima 

Michael, N. L 

Mansfield 

Temple Eman\iel 
Sisterhood 

Marion 

Family Literary 
Club 



10.00 

5.00 

5.00 

10.00 

5.00 

10.00 

10.00 

10.00 



5.00 



10.00 



5.00 



MassiUon 

Bloomberg, H. A. 5.00 

Newarlt 

Dobrowsky, H. B. 10.00 

Piqua 

Anshe Bmeth 

Congregation . . o.OO 
Louis, Raphael . . 5.00 

Louis, Rose 5.00 

Piqua Paper Box 

Co 10-00 

Wolf, Mrs. Sette. 5.00 



Plymouth. 

Spear, Sol 



5.00 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



72 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Portsmouth 

Horchow, Mr. & 



Mrs. Samuel . . . 
Jacobs, Phil 


10.00 
15.00 


Sandusky 




Kaplan, Samuel . 


5.00 


Springfield 




Council of Jewish 
AVomen 

Ebner Sons Co... 

JafiEe, S. J 

Kleeman, Max L. 

Kleeman, Walter 
B 


5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

10.00 

5.00 


Mickler, .John . . . 

Rosenfleld, Percy 

H 


5.00 

* 

5.00 


Schadel, Samuel . 


5.00 


Steubenville 




Sulzbacher, Isidor 


10.00 


Toledo 




Cohen, Sol. R 

Landman, Dr. 

Otto 

Mittenthal, Mrs. 

Jennie D 

Shomer Emoonim 

Sabbath School. 


7.50 
10.00 
10.00 

10.00 


Warren 




Robins, Daniel . . 


5.00 


Wooster 




Amster, Nick 


10.00 



Toungstown 

Bloom, Chas. B.. 
Bolotin & Drabkin 
Bunshaft. Jacob 
Burger. L. L.... 
Cahn, Ralph N.. 

Cosel, Wm 

Dreyfus, Marcel 
Ephraim, Charles 
Farkas, Dr. D. D 
Frankle, M. . . 
Friedman, Jos 
Friedman. M. B 
Gerstle, Roy A.. 
Goldberg Bros 
Goldstein, Henry 
Goldsmith Isaac 

G 

Goldstein, Max . . 
Gross, Nathan . . . 
Grossman, Family 

of Dr. J. B 

Guthman, Mrs. 

Leo 

Hain, Max 

Hartzell, 

Emanuel 

Hartzell, Isaac . . 
Hartzell, Nate M. 
Hartzell, Mrs. 

Nathan M 

Hartzell, Dr. Sol. 

M 

Hirshberg, B. ... 
Isenberg. B. R... 

Jacobs, Jess 

Jonas, Jay Emil & 

Edwin R., Jr.. . 
Kahn, Gustave . . 
Kahn, Julius .... 



5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 

10.00 

25.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 

5.00 
5.00 

5-00 

10.00 

5.00 

10.00 

5.00 
25.00 
10.00 

5.00 

5.00 
25.00 
25.00 



Kamenetsky, A... 
Katz, Herman . . . 
Kirsch, Chas. . . . 

Kivowitz, M 

Klafter & Sauber. 
Kline, Taxi Serv- 
ice 

Klivans, Allen . . . 
Klivans, BertH... 

Klivans, I 

Klivans, J 

Knight & Gluck . 
Levinson. Harry. 
Livingston, 

Charles, & Son 
Lowitz, Harry . . . 

Lustig, Bert 

Lyman, Dr. C. B. 
Mahoning Lodge 

No. 339, I. O. B. 

B 

Malkin, Morris . . 
Moyer, Louis .... 
Moyer, Morris . . . 
Newman, Jacob . . 
Oppenheimer, 

Jacob 

Pollock, M 

Prince & Co 

Randell, J. A 

Regenstreich, L.. 
Rosenbaum, Lee 
Rosenbaum, 

Louis 

Rosenbaum, Louis 
Rosenblum Bros. 
Sedwitz, Dr. S. H. 
Snewind, J. I. ... 
Sniderman Bros.. 

Spiegle, W 

Steiner, David . . . 
Strouss, Clarence 

J 

Strouss, Isaac . . . 
♦♦Theobald. Mrs. C. 
Weil. Mrs. I. S... 
Youngstown 

Benev. Ass"n . . 

Zanesville 

Jewish Women's 
Aid Society.... 

Loeb, Adolph . . . 

Weber Sons & Co., 
H 

OKLAHOMA 

Ardniore 

Westheimer & 
Daube 



5.00 
10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



Bartlesville 

May Brothers . . . 
Coalgate 

Vogel, I., and Sam 
Enid 

Woolf, H. B 

Miami 

Simon, Mrs. I., 
and daughters . 

Oklahoma City 

Herskowitz. Est. 

of Max 

Hoffman, H. R... 



.Jewish Ladies' 
Aid Society . . , 

Levy, I. P. 

Myer, Joseph . . , 

Pawhuska 

Brenner, H. H... 



5.00 
27.50 „ 

5.00 I^erry 
10.00 Lobsitz, James 
10.00 _, 

5.00 isapulpa 
10.00 Katz, A. J. ... 



30.00 Tulsa 
5.00 Jankowskv, 

5.00 Simon 10.00 

5.00 Kahn, Julius .5.00 

May Bros lO.OO 



10.00 
5.00 
5.00 



10.00 

10.00 

5.00 



10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

5.00 
10.00 
10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

75.00 
25.00 

15.00 

5.00 



5.00 
5.00 

10.00 

50.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



OREGON 

Independence 

Hirschberg, H. . . 15.00 

Portland 

Ehrman. Edward. 
Lauterstein, .T. . . 
Portland Lodge 

No. 65, I. O. B. 

B 

Seller, F. M 

♦Selling, Ben. 
Swett, Z 



25.00 
5.00 



25.00 
10.00 



5.00 



PENNSYLVANIA 



Allentown 

Brone, S. S 

Butz, Reuben J.. . 

Gaiman, -T 

Greenberg, Miller 

Co 

♦Groman, Judge 
Clinton A. 

Haltzel, Henry S. 

Heinz. Frank .... 

Herrman, S. M.. 

Hess, Charles 

**Hess, Max. 

Hoffman. Solomon 

Judas, J 

Kins, David 

♦Kline, Chas. 

Kline, Mrs. Chas. 

Merkel, .Jos 

Philips, Isaac . . . 

Rockmaker, H. . . 

Roth, Sam 

Samuels, Mrs. A.. 

Schaadt, James L. 

Traylor, S. W.... 

Trexler, Gen. H. 
C 

Young, Col. E. M. 



5.00 
20.00 
5.00 

10.00 



5.00 
5.(>() 
7.50 
5.00 

10.00 

5.00 

10.00 

10.00 

10.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

10.00 

25.00 

10.00 

25.00 
10.00 



Altoona 

Arnstein, M 5.00 

♦Cohn, B. 
Scheeline, Isaiah . 5.00 
United Hebrew 

Charities 100.00 



5.00 


Bangor 




5.00 
5.00 


Cohen, Harry . . . 
Cohen, Kaplan . . 

Poliner. Max 

Shulman, J 


5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



73 



Beaver Falls 

Beaver Valley 
Sectiou Council 
of Jewish 
AVomen 

Berwick 

Schain, Joseph 



M. 



Bethlehem 

Black, Morris . . . 

Newman, H 

Reis, Louis 

Stone, Frank . . . 

Bloomsbiirgr 

Lowenberg, D. . . 
Braddock 

Braddock Lodge 

No. 51G, I. O. B. 

B 

Sulzbacher, Louis 
Weiss, B 

Bradford 

Council of Jewish 
Women 

Greenewald, Mrs. 
D. C 

Kreinson, L. J... 

Butler 

Berman, M. A... 
Horwitz, Wm. . . 

Carbondale 

Apfelbaum, Ed. . 
Berg, Martin .... 

Cahn, Chas 

Cohen. Mrs. R. . . 
Golden, Dr. B... 
Gordon, Harry . . 
•Tacobson, Abe . . 

Lauzer, R 

Letzer, Harry, 

Co 

llaubfogel, Jacob 
Rosenbluth, Jos.. 

Salm, A. L 

Swartz, D 

Carlisle 

Berg, Herman, 

Jr 

Berg, Miss Selma 
Kronenberg, W. 
& E 

Charleroi 

Greenberg, Nathan 

Chester 

Berman, Frank 
Levy, Bennett . 
Levy, Moses . . 
Turk, Simon . . 
Wolson, Henry 

Coatesville 

Goldberg, I. ... 
Huston, Chas. L. 
Margolis, Morris 
Schaul, Philip . . 
Spiro, Sam. J. . 

Columbia 

Elchhorn, Jos. . . 



(Onnellsville 

Cdiiiicil of Jewish 

Women 25.00 

10.00 l>anville 

Benzbach. Philip. r..00 

Block, Sam 5.00 

Jleim, Jos 5.00 

10.00 Horn, B. F 5.00 

I.owenstein, Mar- 
vin 5.00 

5.00 Mark.s, R. L 5.00 

5.00 

5 00 Doylestown 

5.00 Baker, Jos 5.00 

Duquesne 

5.00 Gross, Samuel . . . 10.00 

Kline, Wm '>.im 

Kovacs, K 5 .00 

East on 

5.00 Bricker, W. R.... 5.00 

5.00 Edelsteiu. A 5.00 

10.00 Friedman, William 

A 5.00 

Gross, George . . . 5.00 
Hochmann, Mrs. 

5.00 I. B 5.00 

Hochmann, I. B.. 5.00 
5.00 Kahn, Emanuel.. 5.00 
5.00 *Kline, Julius. 
Lipschitz & 

Peters 5.00 

10.00 Mayer, B. D 5.00 

10.00 Mayer, Horace .. 5.00 
♦Mayer, Jacob. 
Nathan. M. M. .. 10.00 

5.00 Ralph Bros 5.00 

5.00 Ralph, Herman . . 5.00 
5.00 Ralph, Louis ... 5.00 
5.00 Rosenbaum, Leo . 5.00 
5.00 Sherer, Moses ... 5.00 

5.00 Sherer, S 5.00 

5.00 Sisterhood of 
5.00 Temple Cov- 

enant of Peace 5.00 
5.00 
5 00 Elkins Park 

5.00 Needles, Leonard 5.00 

5.00 Silverman, Mrs. 

5.00 Chas 5.00 

Ephrata 

Mover, Walter W. 10.00 
5.00 _, . 
10.00 ^^^^ 

Cohen, Marcus .. 5.00 
5.00 Levin, L. J 5.00 

Ostrow, Samuel 

D 5.00 

5.00 Schlosser, David. 10.00 

Sobel, Isador ... 5.00 

Straus, I. N 5.00 

5.00 Straus, M. J. ... 5.00 

5.00 

5.00 Eord City 

5^00 Greenbaum, Abe. 10.00 

5.00 Pliscoff, Harry .. 5.00 

Pollock. D 5.00 

500 Greensburgr 

lo!oo Cohen, Morris . . . 5.00 

5.00 Daniels & Miller. 10.00 
10.00 Friedlander, 

5.00 Harry 10.00 

Pross, Chas 5.00 

Quint, Joseph ... 10.00 

5.00 Rose, S, W 25.00 



Grove City 

Wiusherg, J. ... 5.00 

Ilarrisburg 

Adler & Son, 

Chas 5.00 

Claster, Henry 

C 5.00 

Claster, Jos 10.00 

Commonwealth of 

Penna 15,750.00 

Goldsmith, Jos- 
eph 5.00 

Hirschler, Albert. 5.00 
Jacobson, M. E... 5.00 
Kaufman, David. 10.00 

Kay. Mr 5.00 

Marks, Edgar ... 5.00 
Miller & Kades . . 20.00 
Sehleisner, Mrs. 

Wm. B 5.00 

Strouse, Benj. ... 5.00 
Ulman, Mrs. 

Hiram H 10.00 

Williams & Freed- 

man 5.00 

Hazleton 

Benjamin, Mrs. 

David 10.00 

Benjamin, Mr. 

and Mrs. Harry 

M 5.00 

Friedlander, M. . 5.00 
Honig, Mrs. Isaac 10.00 
Hyman, Julius . . 5.00 
Leichtman, Calvin 5.00 
Markman, Henry 

K 5.00 

Roman, Louis . . . 10.00 

Jenkintown 

Bavuk, Mrs. 

Meyer 10.00 

Loeb, Rudolf .... 100.00 
Silberman. M r s. 

Max 5.00 

Silberman, 

Nathan 5.00 

Johnstown 

Berney, M 5.00 

Cohen, A 5.00 

Elsasser, Nelson 

A 25.00 

Glosser, Nathan . 5.00 

Hendler. B 5.00 

Katzenstein, Mrs. 

Bertha M 10.00 

Marx, Isaac 5,00 

Miller, Maurice . . 5.00 
Nathan, Mrs. 

Morris 50.00 

Rodstein, J 5.00 

Rothstein, Mrs. 

Bda 25.00 

Rothstein, Myer . 5.00 

Schwartz, Max . . 25.00 
Silverstone, 

Harry 5.00 

Silverstone, M. B. 5.00 

Kittanning 

Einstein, Jacob 

R 5.00 

Lancaster 

Albert, Dorothv S. 5.00 
Cohen, A. B 5.00 



♦Life Member. 



74 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Congregation 

Shaarai 

Sliomayim 

Domnitz Bros. . . 
Frank, Martin . . . 
Hershey, Andrew 

H 

Hirsh, S. B 

Jacobs, Joseph . . 
Kimmel, Louis . . 

Levy, Morris 

Lurio, Benjamin. 
Lurio, Meyer .... 
Miller, Barnet . . 

Miller, David 

Miller, Isaac, 

Sons 

Proler, Harry . . . 
Rosenstein, Mrs. 

S. H. C 

Steinfeldt, I 

AVeill, Henry . . . 

L.anghorne 

**Branson, I. L. 
liatrobe 

Cohen, A. H 

Liebanon 

Henrich. Gustav. 
Rosenstein, Abe. . 
Silberman, Abe . . 
Silberman, Max.. 

Iiehighton 

Rauscher, 
Emanuel 

liewistown 

Berney, Ike 

Katz, Jos 

Katz, Mrs. Jos. . . 
Wollner, Ben 

Lock Haven 

Claster & Son, 
Harris 

Claster, Morris L. 

Hurvs^itz, I. S 

Lintz, Isaac 

Raff, Mrs. Louis 
L 

liUzerne 

Freedman, Max . . 
Mahanoy City 
Lefkowith, Mrs. 

Gerda 

Trier Bros 

McKeesport 

Friedman, Henry 
Rosenberg, David 
Ruben, Joseph H. 
Simons, Tobias . 

Mechanicsburg 

Jacobson, A. S. 

(In Memoriam) 

Jacobson, D. R.. . 

Melrose Park 

Berg, Joel M 

Milton 

Berman, Aaron . . 
Dreifuss, Samuel. 
Dreifuss, Wolf . . 



Minersville 

^.. <"ohen, B. & I.... 5.00 
^•J^^' Oberson, Harry . 5.00 

5.00 Mt. Carmel 
on nn Feinberg, Louis . 5.00 
-"■"^ Grossman, Louis. 5.00 

5.00 Nazareth 

5.00 Freeman. S. & H. 5.00 

o.OO 

5.00 New Castle 

5-00 Cosel, Mrs. Jessie 10.00 

5.00 
10.00 Xorristown 

Hvdeman," Mrs. 
10.00 Marcus .5.00 

5.00 Mann, Aaron 10.00 

5.00 Xorthumberland 

5.00 Schwartz Bros . . 5.00 

5-00 Stein, J. 5.00 

Oil City 

Levi, Joe 5.00 

Lewis, Max 5.00 

Westheimer, Mrs. 
0.00 Emanuel 5.00 

Perkasie 

•5--J0 Apfelbaum, J. ... 5.00 

20.00 Philadelphia 

■^^•°^ Asher, Mrs. H.... 5.00 

Atlas Dye Works 10.00 

Bacharach, Harry 10.00 

10.00 Bacharach, Mrs. 

Morris 5.00 

Baer, Moses 

5Q0 (Bequest) 650.00 

10 00 Barmach, A 5.00 

~QQ Baum, Louis S... 25.00 

i'o'qO Beckman, S 10.00 

Beerwald, Benj. 

D 10.00 

Behrend, Dr. 

20 00 Moses 10.00 

"5 00 Belmont Iron 
5 00 Works, E m- 

500 ployees of 50.00 

Berg, Mrs. Martin 5.00 
JO 00 Bergman, Mrs. 

Hannah Green. . 5.00 
Bernheim, Benj. 

5.00 „F 10.00 

Bernstein, Louis 5.00 

Bernstein, Mrs. R. 5.00 
*Betz & Son. 
5 00 Bigar, Mrs. Bena 10.00 
g'oo *Bloch, B. B. 

**Bloch, Simon L. 

Block, Leon 10.00 

10.00 **Blum, Ralph. 
10 00 Blumenthal, 

lo'oo Harold B 5.00 

500 *Blumenthal, Hart. 
♦♦Blumenthal, 

Herman. 
♦♦Blumenthal, 
10 no Sol. 

10 00 Blumenthal, Mrs. 

Sol 10.00 

Boll, Mrs. Arthur 5.00 
10.00 Bromley, Jos. H. 100.00 
Bronner, Mr. and 
Mrs. Marvin . . 10.00 
5.00 Brown, J. How- 

10.00 ard, & Co 25.00 

10.00 Burd, Louis A.... 25.00 



Burpee, David ... 10.00 
Buxbaum, The 

Misses 20.0<) 

♦Byers, Jos. J. 
Calwell, Chas. S. 25.00 
Caspary, Mrs. 

William 10.00 

Chabrow, Mrs. 

Lillian 10.00 

♦♦Clothier, Isaac H. 

Cohen, Mrs. Leon 10.00 
Cohen, Samuel . . 10.00 
Cohn, Mrs. Dora. 10.00 
♦Collins, Henry H. 
Confirmation class, 
102.3, Keneseth 

Israel 20.0») 

Congdon, Mrs. 

Wm 25.00 

Dalsimer, Mrs. 

Milton D.0<) 

Dannenbaum, 

Mrs. Harry M. 35. 00 
Darmstaedter, 
Misses Henri- 
etta and Miriam 5.00 
Delaney & Co... . 5.00 
Dintenfass, Benj. 25.W 
Don, Mrs. Leon . 10.0)) 
Doyle, Francis J. o.OO 
Dryfoos, Sol. ... .W.OO 
Eliel, Mrs. 

Louis S 25:00 

Englander, 

Samuel 15.00 

Epstein, Mrs. K.. 5.00 
Ermann, Miss 

Alice 5.00 

Ettelson, Rabbi 

Harry W 5.00 

Ettinger, Miss 

Clara 10.00 

Fabian, Samuel . 10.00 
Federation of 
Jewish Chari- 
ties 18,750.00 

Feldman, Rabbi 

Abr. J 5.00 

Fischer, Jos. J... 5.00 
Fleisher, Louis . . 20.00 
♦Fleisher, Mrs. 

Martha S. 
♦Fleishman, 
Morris. 

Flock, S. M 5.00 

Port, Henry K... 25.00 

Fox, Adolph 5.00 

Fox, Cyril G. . . . 5.00 
Fox, Mrs. Lena . . 25.00 
Frankel, A. A. .. 5.00 
Frankel, Mrs. 

Perry 5.00 

Fried, Mrs. 

.Jennie 5.00 

Friedheim, Saml. 100.0') 
Fuguet, Howard . 25.00 
Garretson, Mrs. 

Minnie lO.M 

Goff, Mrs. Isaac. 10.00 
Goldberger, David 

L 10.00 

Goldsmith, Mrs. 

Florence 5.00 

Goldsmith, Philip 

N 25.00 

Goldstein, Dr. A. 

Otto 10.00 

Goldstein, Miss 

Iras Marina . . 10.00 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



75 



Goldstein, Mr. aud 

Mrs. Max 5.00 

Gross. Mrs. 

Cecilia u.OO 

■♦•Hagedorn, Mrs. 
Alice. 
Hahn, Mrs. 

Joseph 5.00 

Halpern, Dr. 

Harry S 5.00 

Harberg, Mrs. 

Jos 10.00 

♦Harrison, C. C. 
Har Sinai Lodge 
No. 8, I. O. B. 

B 10.00 

"•Heimerdinger, 
Leo H. 
Hensell, Colladay 

Co 5.00 

♦Herzberg, Mrs. 
Walter. 
Hilbronner, The 

Misses 15.00 

Hinlein. J. H 50.00 

Hirsh, Mrs. 

Gabriel 10.00 

Hochman. Philip. 40.00 
Horn, Mrs. Benj. 

F 5.00 

*Hvman. William. 
Irwin. H. D. ... 25.00 
Isenberg, Mrs. D. 25.00 
Jacob, Mrs. 

Caroline 6.00 

.Tacob, Henry . . . 15.00 
Jacob, Dr. Louis 
H. (In M e - 

moriam) 30.00 

Jacobs, Dr. and 

Mrs. Leopold M. 10.00 
Jacobson, S. M... 5.00 
Jacobson, Mrs. S. 

M 5.00 

Jenkins, Chas. F. 10.00 
**Jonas, Herman. 
•Kaas, Andrew. 
Kahn, Mrs. Jacob 

C 25.00 

Kauffmann, Max. 80.00 
Kaufman, Mrs. 

Fannie 10.00 

Kaufmann. Joel.. 10.00 
*Kaufmann, Morris 

A. 
*Kayser, Samuel. 
*Keneseth Israel 
Congregation. 
Klonower, 'Her- 
man 5.00 

Koch, Mrs. I. M. 20.00 

Korn, David 10.00 

♦Krauskopf. 
Harold C. 
**Krauskopf, Dr. 
Jos. 
Lane, David H... .50.00 
Lang, Mrs. Gabe. 5.00 
•*Langfeld, A. M. 

Langley, E. P.... 25.00 
Levv, Mrs. David 

G'. 10.00 

♦Levy. Sol. 
Lichtenstein, Mil- 
ton 10.00 

Lichtman, 

Maurice 10.00 

♦Lit, S. D. 
Lneb, Mr. and 
Mrs. Horace . . . 25.00 



lyoeb, Mr. and 

Mrs. Herman . . 10.00 
Loeb, Mrs. Hor- 

tense H 5.00 

♦Manko, L. H. 
Mark. Mrs. Louis 50.00 
Marks, Mrs. A... 10.00 

Marx, S. J 25.00 

**Mt'rz, Daniel. 
Merz, Millard ... 5.00 
♦Merz, Mrs. Reglna. 
Mever, Mrs. 

Harold L 5.00 

Mevers, Mr. and 

Mrs. Morton J. 10.00 
Mitofsky, Barney 25.00 
Moldawer, Mrs. 

Wm. M 10.00 

Moore, Mrs. J. 

Hampton 10.00 

The Moore & 

White Co 5.00 

♦Morris, Charles E. 
♦Morris, Effingham 
B. 
♦*Muhr. Jacob. 
Nathans. Mrs. Re- 
becca N. M. ... 5.00 
Newmayer, Mr. 

and Mrs. Meyer 25.00 
Nordlinger, Mrs. 

A 50.00 

Nusbaum, Mrs. 

Henrietta 10.00 

Nusbaum, Mrs. 

Sidney 5.00 

**Pepper, Dr. Wm. 
**Pfaelzer, Simon. 

Phillips, David.. 10.00 
Platowsky, Mrs. 

Fanny 10.00 

Pockrass, Mrs. 

Freda S 5.00 

The Powell Knit- 
ting Co 5.00 

Price & Co., John 5.00 
Propper, Mrs. S. 

J 5.00 

♦Raab, Mrs. Julia. 

Rabinoff, B 10.00 

Raff. A. Raymond 5.00 
Raphael, Mr. and 
Mrs. Arthur S. 5.00 

Rich, M. W 10.00 

♦*Rorke. Allen B. 
♦Rosenbaum, 
Emile Leona. 
Rosenbaum, 

Heinrich 10.00 

♦Rosenbaum, Leon. 
♦Rosenbaum, Leon, 

Jr. 
♦Rosenberg, Grace. 
♦Rosenberg, J. 
Walter. 
Rosenthal, Mrs. 

Henrv 50.00 

Rothkugel, Dr. 

Paul 10.00 

Rothschild, S. . . . 20.00 
Rubin, Mrs. Jos. 30.00 
Schless, Robert 

A., Jr 5.00 

Schless, Mrs. 

Robert A 50.00 

♦Schloss, Mrs. Her- 
man. 
Schloss, Mr. Leon 25.00 



•Schoch, Henry R. 
Schoneman, Mrs. 

Chas 5.00 

Schweig, George 

E 5.00 

Schweriner, Mrs. 

Caroline N. . . . 20.00 
Schweriner, Mrs. 

Clara 5.00 

Serapllner, David 

D 15.00 

Sharp, S. S 10.00 

Shefska, Mrs. 
Bessye Lewis . 5.00 
♦Silberman, Mrs. 

Ida 2.5.00 

♦Silverman, I. H. 
Smolens, Anna R. 10.00 
♦♦Snellenburg, J. J. 
♦Snellenburg, 
Nathan. 
♦♦Snellenburg, 
Samuel. 
Speier, Mrs. 

Emma 10.00 

Sprowles, Edwin 

G 25.00 

Stead & Miller Co. 10.00 
Stein, Mr. and 

Mrs. Sol. 1 5.00 

Stern, Eugene M. 25.00 
Stern, Morris H.. 5.00 
♦Sternberger, 

Samuel. 
Sternfeld, Mr. and 

Mrs. Benjamin 10.00 
Strauss, Dr. A... 25.00 

Sulka, Louis 25.00 

Swart, M. E 10.00 

Teiman, Miss 

Sarah R 5.00 

♦♦Teller, Benj. F. 
♦Teller, Mrs. B. F. 
♦♦Teller, Jos. R. 

Teller, Mrs. L. L. 5.00 
Tobias, Miss 

Alma 5.00 

Trainer, Joseph C. 50.00 
♦♦Trautman, Dr. B. 
♦♦Wanamaker, John. 

Weber, Jos. R... 10.00 
Weil, Mrs. Jacob 150.00 
Weil, Miss Sadie. 20.00 
♦♦Weiler, Herman. 

Weinmann, Max . 10.00 
Weinmann, Mrs. 

M 10.00 

Wells, Geo. B. .. 10.00 

Weyl, Edgar 10.00 

Weyl, Jacob L... 10.00 
♦Wolf, I., Jr. 
Wvman, Mrs. 

David 5.00 

Yunker, Herman 10.00 
♦♦Zweighaft, Simon. 

Phoenlxville 



Kohn, Jos. 
Neumann, 
man . . . . 



Her- 



Plttsburgh 

♦Aaron, Marcus. 
Alpern, Lewis M. 
Aronson. I. 

Leonard 

Baer, Julius . . . 
Beigel, B 



5.00 
5.00 



5.00 

5.00 

25.00 

5.00 



♦Life Member. 
►♦Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FAR.M SCHOOL 



Benedict, Misses 

Helen & Marian 5.00 
Benswanger, Mrs. 

Kathryn 5.00 

**Browarsky, Marx. 
Brunwasser, Mr. 

and Mrs. Frank 10.00 
•Cohen, Aaron. 
Cohen, Henry S.. 5.O0 
Cohen, Isaac S... 10.00 
*Cohen, Josiah. 
♦Dreifus, Chas. 
Einstein, Morris. . 2.^.00 
Federation of 
Jewish Philan- 
thropies .500.00 

Floersheim, Ber- 

thold 5.00 

Frank. Isaac W. . 25.00 
♦Friedman, Mrs. 

Joseph. 
Friedman, Miss 

Mae 5.00 

Goldsmit, Mrs. 

Louis 5.00 

Goldsmit. S. B... 10.00 
Goldsmith. Mrs. 

Louis J 10.00 

Goldsmith. Milton 5.00 
♦Guckenheimer, 
Isaac. 
♦♦Hamburger, 

Phillip. 
♦Hanauer, A. M. 
Hast, Mrs. A. M. 10.00 
Hirsh, Mr. and 
Mrs. Herman . . 5.00 

Kann. W. L 5.00 

Kaplan, Frank R. 

S 5.00 

Katz, Leo A 10.00 

♦Kaufmann Bros. 
Kaufmann, Ed- 
ward 25.00 

♦Kaufmann, Mrs. 

Isaac 10.00 

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

Morris 10.00 

Kaufmann. Nathan 5.00 
Lehman, Albert C. 250.00 
Lehman, Irvin F. 25.00 
Xeiman, Bennie . 10.00 
♦Rauh, Marcus. 
♦♦Kauh, Mrs. 
Rosalia. 
Sanes, Dr. K. I.. 10.00 
Schutzer, Mrs. 
Julia, & family 5.00 

Seder, 1 2."i.00 

Spatz, Mrs. S 5.00 

Stadtfeld, Joseph 5.00 

Sunstein, A. J 25.00 

♦Weil, A. Leo 25.00 

Pittston 

Samuel, S 10.00 

Pottstown 

Fuerman. Samuel 5.00 
Meyerhoff. 

Emanuel L. ... 25.00 

Meyerhoff. Moe. L. 10.00 
Meyerhoff, Ralph 

K 25.00 

Pollack, Mayer . . 10.00 
PottsTille 

Diamond & Bro.. 10.00 



Refowich Bros... 
Rubinsky, Lsrael 

L 

Rubinsky, Sarah. 
Weiss, S. S 

Reading: 

Bash, Wm 

Bernheimer, Emil 
Cohen, Nathan P. 

Goldman, E 

Kaplan, A. B 

Liefter, M 

Liever, Hyman . . 
Liever, Israel . . . 

Luria, S. R 

Marcus, Mrs. 

Nathan 

Ruttenberg Bros.. 
Schweriner, S. S.. 
Sher, L., & Sons. 
Simon & Sherman 
Sondheim, Leo ,7. 
Sondheim, Dr. S. 

J 

Stern, F. S 

Sukovice, I 

Sulkis, David . . . 
Whiteson. Isidore 
"Whiteson, Mrs. 

Isidore 

Scranton 

Brown. Albert . . . 
Goodman, Mrs. N. 

G 

Jewish Federation 

Shainokin 

Liachowitz, A. . . 
Robinz, Leon . . . 

Shenandoah 

Gozinsky, Harris. 
Levine Bros 

Slatington 

Rice, Samuel M.. 
Souderton 

Wiener, Philip . . 
S. Bethlehem 

Goodman, H. M.. 

Refowich, A 

Wiesenberger, 
Henry 

Sunbury 

Jonas, M 

Kaufman Bros. . . 
Markley, M. H... 

Marx Bros 

Netsky, Samuel . . 
Oppenheimer, 

Mrs. A 

Weis, H. and S... 

Swarthjnore 

Ashton, Taber . . . 

TitusTille 

Berwald, H. P... 
Davis, Bennett . . 

Davis. J 

Goldstein, Jacob . 

UniontO'wn 

Friedberg, Ike . . 



5.00 Rosenbaum. Ike.. 5.00 

Rosenbaum. Jos.. 10.00 
10.00 Rosenbaum, Mrs. 

10.00 Lena 5.00 

5.00 

\ilIanova 

Bodine, Samuel T. 10.00 
25.00 „. . . ^ 
g QQ Washington 

5.00 Hanau. Rudolph. 10.00 

5.00 •„. . ,,. . 

5 00 ^* Chester 

5.00 ♦Grant, Simon. 

5.00 Rubinstein, 

10,00 Isadore .5.00 

10.00 Weiss, Morris . . . 10.00 

5 00 Wilkes-Barre 

5.00 Blum Bros 5.00 

25.00 Budnitsky Bros.. 5.00 

5.00 Casper, Louis . . . 5.00 

5.00 Cohen, Joel 10.00 

5.00 Cohen, Louis 5.00 

Coons, Jos. S. ... 10.00 
.5.00 Davidow, Edward 

25.00 B 5.00 

10.00 Dembert. Sander 

5.00 E 25.00 

5.00 Epstine, Harry . 5.00 

Fierman. Louis.. 10.00 
5.00 Finkelstein's 

Sons. M 5.00 

Frankel. Isaac, 

50.00 & Son 5.00 

Franks, E. G. ... .5.00 

5.00 Fuerth, Wm. . . . 5.00 

250.00 Gump, Harry . . . 5.00 

Heinz, Maurice . . 5.00 

Hirshowitz, Harrv 

5.00 R ." 10.00 

5.00 Horn. B. M 5.00 

Israel, Ralph 5.00 

Kline. Mrs. 

5.00 Pauline 5.00 

5.00 Landau Music and 

Jewelry Store.. 5.00 

Lazarus. Henry . 10.00 

10 00 Levi, Maurice " T. 5.00 

Long, Cosmar P.. 5.00 

Long, Isaac S.... 5.00 

5.00 Long. Millard F.. 5.00 

Lowenstein, E 5.00 

Mendelsohn, Dr. 

5.00 L W 5.00 

5.00 Oppenheimer, D.. .5.00 

Rosenthal Bros... 5.00 

10.00 Rosenthal, Nathan 5.00 

Rothstein, .L 5.00 

Salsburg. Abram. 10.00 
5.00 Schloss, Mrs. Rosa 

5.00 L 20.00 

10.00 Schwartzkoflf, M. 

5.00 A 5.00 

5.00 Silverblatt, J. . . . 5.00 

Sperling, Harrv. 5.00 

10.00 Spitz, Sam ". . 5.00 

10.00 Stern. Harry F... 5.00 
Stern, Mrs. Harrv 

F 10.00 

10.00 Strauss. Judge S. 

J 10.00 

Temple Israel . . 25.00 
10.00 AVeitzenkorn. J. 

5.00 K ; . . . 10.00 

5.00 Williams. Nathan 5.00 

5.00 Wiseman, H. M... 10.00 

Willianisport 

10.00 Brozman. J. L... 10.00 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Goklenberg, H. N. 
Myers, Henry . . . 
Pechter, Harrv B. 
Ulman, S. E 

AVillow Grove 

Mann, Mrs. R. . . . 



5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



10.00 



York 




Palkus. Dr. H. II. 


5.00 


Feder, Simon 


5.00 


Fuld & Haa.s ... 


5.00 


Grumbacber, Mrs. 




Max 


10.00 


Jandorf, Mrs. A.. 


5.00 


Laveton & Sous. . 


5.00 


Lehmayer, Louis 




R 


5.00 


Lebmayer, Mr. & 




Mrs. M. N 


10.00 


Miller, Josepb . . 


5.00 


Petow, L. A 


5,00 


Scbmidt, H. S. .. 


5,00 


Silverman, Geo. . . 


10,00 


Simmons, A 


5,00 


Wilbelm, Mrs. J. 




Scball 


5.00 


Ziegler, J. T 


5.00 


Zweifler, D 


5.00 


RHODE ISLAND 


Providence 




Bernkopf, David. 


5.00 


Einstein, Mrs. 




Moses 


5.00 


Goldowsky, Ber- 




nard M 


5.00 


Lederer, Sigmiind 


5.00 


Providence Lodge 




No. 214, I. 0. B. 




A 


5.00 


Scbloss, Mrs. 




William 


10.00 


Silverman Bros.. . 


10.00 


"Wacbenbeimer 




Bros 


5.00 



SOUTH CAROLINA 

Charleston 

Blank, 1 5,00 

Furcbgott, M,, & 

Sons 10,00 

Hornick, M 5.00 

Levy, Oscar 5.00 

Livingston, H, , . 5.00 

Visanska, J, M... 5.00 
Wilensky, Harry 

L 5.00 

Columbia 

Citron, M 5,00 

Hebrevi- Benevo- 
lent So 10,00 

Silver Bros., I 5.00 

Darlington 

Alexander, Dr. 

Oscar 5.00 

Cohen, D. A 5.00 

Florence 

Friend of tbe 

Scbool 5.00 

Goodstein, S 5,00 

Sulzbacber, S, I., 50,00 



(ircenville 

Levy, M. E 5,00 

Meyers, Arnold, 

Co 10,00 

Spartunsburg: 

(ireenewald 

Brotbers 5,00 

Greenwald, Inc. . 5,00 

Skalowski, R. . . . 5.00 

Si)igel, J 5.00 

Sumter 

Krasscoff, S, L, . 5,00 

Moses, Herbert A, 5,00 
Schwartz, Miss 

Emma 5.00 

Strauss, A, A, ... 10,00 

Strauss, I. C 20.00 

SOUTH DAKOTA 

Sioux Falls 
Speier, Sam 5,00 

TENNESSEE 

Chattanooga 

Council of Jewish 

Women 5,00 

Friedman, Morris 5,00 
Karsbofsky, L, 

K 5.00 

Rosenheim, 

William 5,00 

Shoenig, Abe 5,00 

Winer, Harry . . . 10,00 

Clarksville 

Adler, M 5,00 

Jackson 

Baum, W, J 5,00 

Rosenbloom Bros, 10,00 

Knoxville 

Betb-El Re- 
ligious School,, 5,00 

Gourse, Geo 5.00 

Moskovitz, Miss 

Hannah 10.00 

Rosenthal, D. A.. 5,00 

Memphis 

Binswanger 

Milton S 10.00 

Federation of 

Jewish Charities 300.00 
Haas, Chas. J,,.. 10.00 
Halle, Mrs. Eva 

G 10.00 

Memphis Lodge 

No. 35, I. O. B. 

B 10.00 

Peres, Hardwig & 

Israel H 10,00 

Regina No. 19, U, 

O, T. S 10.00 

Roth, Louis 5.00 

Nashville 

Council of Jewish 

Women 12.50 

Federaton of 

Jewish Charities 100.00 

Hirscb, Sam 10,00 

Jacobus, J. M.,.. 5.00 
Loveman, Mrs. 

Adolpb 10.00 



Maimonides Lodge 

No. 40, I, O. B. 

B 15.00 

Kicli, Scliwartz & 

Jo,sepli 10,00 



I'ulaski 

Colin, Sol, ., 

Kiple.v 

Burg i'"aiiiily 



3.00 



1(1.00 



TEXAS 

Austin 

Council of Jewish 

Women 5,00 

♦Davis, Nelson, 

Balmorhea 

*Mayer, Sol. 

Beaumont 

Goldstein, Dr, L. 5,00 
Ladies' Benevo- 
lent Soc'y 10,00 

Levy, Leon R. . . 5.00 

Big Springs 

Fisher, Mrs, Anna 

(In Memoriam) 5.00 

ChappeU HiU 

Reinstein, W. . . . 10.00 

Corsicana 

Council of Jewish 
Women 10.00 

Dallas 

Dreyfuss, G 5.00 

Edloff, Mrs. Geo. 

G 5.00 

Eppstein & Co., E. 50.00 

Goettinger, Max. . 5.00 

Goldsmith, Isidore 5.00 

Harris, Sam A... 5.00 

Hexter, Victor H. 10.00 

Kahn, E. M 25.00 

Kahn, J 5.00 

Landauer, Horace 

H 5.00 

Levi, Chas. G. . . 5,00 

Liebman, R 5,00 

Linz, Albert 5,00 

Linz Bros 5.00 

Linz, Simon 5.00 

Lipsitz, Louis , . . ITi.Od 

Mayer, Sigmund.. 5,00 

Michalson, L. A.. 5,00 

Myers, Seymour, , 5.00 
♦Orleans, M. J. 

Ortlieb, Max 10.00 

Pollack, Henry . . 5,00 

Rosenbaum Bros. 10,00 
Rosenfield, Max 

J 5,00 

•Sanger, Alex- 
ander. 

Sanger Bros 5.00 

♦♦Sanger, Mrs. 

Philip. 
♦♦Silberstein, A. 
♦♦Silberstein, Mrs, 
A. 

Titche, Edward.. 5.00 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



El Paso 

El Paso Lodge 

No. 509, I. O. B. 

B 

Matbias, A 

Rosing, Mr. and 

Mrs. Wm 

Schwartz, A 

Stolaroff, J 

Temple Mt. Sinai 

S. S 

FarmersTille 

Purvin, Mr. and 
Mrs. J. L 

Fort Worth 

Council of Jewish 
Women 

Gernsbacker, 
Mrs. H 

Gilbert, L. G 

Greenwall, 
Mitchell W. . . . 

Heninger, J 

Levy, Dan 

•Levy, Sam. 

Mayer, Jac 

Rosenthal, M. A.. 

Galveston 

Brock, Moritz .... 
Cohen, Robert I.. 
Hebrew Benevo- 
lent Society . . . 
Kempner, D. W. . . 
♦Kempner, Mrs. H. 
Kempner, I. H... 
*Lasker, E. 
•*Lasker, M. 

Nussbaum, Joseph 

Zacharias Frankel 

Lodge No. 242, 

L O. B. B 

Houston 

Council, Jewish 
Women 

Harris, Louis L.. 

Malevinsky, The 
Misses Annie 
and Helene 

Sam, Jake H. ... 

United Jewish 
Welfare Ase'n. . 

Weingarten, J. . . 

Midland 

Halfif, Henry 
Mayer 

Minola 

Bromberg. I. G.. . 
Mayer, E 

Palestine 

Maier, S 

San Antonio 

Berman, O 

Blum, Mrs. 

Fannie 

Council of Jewish 

Women 

Edar Lodge No. 

211, I. O. B. B. 

Eldridge, S. C... 

*Halff, G. A. C... 



♦Halff. Henrv L. 

Halff. Mayer & 

Rachel Memo- 

10 00 riMl Fund 

500 Halff, S., Memo- 
rial Fund 

J5 QQ Heimann, Mrs. 

5'OQ Silva 

j'qq Joske, Alexander. 

Leo N. Levi Lodge 

10.00 ^'0- 675, I. O. B. 

B 

Oppenheimer, Mrs. 

Fannie 

10 00 Oppenheimer, 

Herbert Meyer. 
Oppenheimer, J. 

D 

5.00 Oppenheimer, 

Jesse H., .Jr. . . 
10.00 *Stern, Morris. 
ii'.OO Strauss, Isidore . 

_ _. Texarkana 
5'qO Ehrlich, Mrs. 

5'qq Esther 

Heilbron, Louis . 
jQ QQ Sandberger, M. . . 

g'QQ Schwarz, I 

Texarkana Casket 
Co 

-•no Tyler 

■'■'''' Bruck, S 

og QQ Edward Lasker 
iq'qq Lodge No. 347, 
I. O. B. B 

25.00 -R-aco 

Hirschberg, S. . . 
10.00 l^'Sel, L 

Sanger Bros 

Sanger, Children 

10.00 2.^,\^^^ ^^^s- Isa- 
bella 

Sanger, Mrs. Sam 

10.00 ^''^ 

10.00 Salt Lake City 

Alexander, Daniel 
10 00 Jewish Relief So- 

S'.OO „"ety •.:■•■. 

Marcus, Louis . . 

o- fin Rosenblatt, Na- 

do than 

Sweet, Leon 

VIRGINIA 

10-^0 Alexandria 

Council of Jewish 

5QQ Women 

-'(u, Katz, A 

'^■^'' Ruben, Leopold.. 

Weil Bros 

10.00 Charlottesville 

Kaufman's Sons, 
M 

5-00 ^ 

Danville 

5.00 Herman, J. A. . . 

Kaufman, Mrs. 
25.00 Julius 

Schuster, Isaac . . 
5.00 „ . , 
g QQ Harrisonburg 

50.00 Bloom, Bernard.. 



Lynchburg 

Berman, H 5.00 

o- nn Eichelbaum, M... 10.00 

-u.UU *Guggenheimer, 

^,_ ,„ Mrs. Mas. 

-^•'J'J Moses, M 5.00 

10.00 Newport News 

10.00 Eisenman, J 10.00 

Mirmelstein Bros. 5.00 

Peyser, Sol 5.00 

10.00 Revner, J., & 

_ Sons 5.00 

o.OO Virginia Lodge 

195, I. O. B. A. 5.00 
15.00 

Norfolk 

10.00 Altschul, B 5.00 

Cohen & Spigel.. 5.00 

10.00 Engel, G., & Bro.. .5.00 
Hirschler, Dr. D. 

10.00 Lee 5.00 

Hirschler, E 5.0O 

Hofheimer Bros. 

Co 2.5.0O 

•'•00 Jacobs, Benj. . . . 5.00 
'^'-nn 'Ladies' Hebrew 
-^.'kk Benevolent Ass'n. 

lO^OO Leterman, J. J... 5.00 

Levy, Mrs. Phillip 5.00 

o-OO Lilienfeld, B 5.00 

Lowenberg, 

„ Harry L 5.00 

^•"■J Mansbach, Louis. 12.00 

Seldner, A. B 10.00 

5.00 Petersburg 

Reinach, Milton I. 10.00 
Rosenstock, L. A. 10.00 
ij.OO 

5.00 Portsmouth 
15.00 Cohen, Nathan .. 5.00 

Fass, Sol 10.00 

o-nn Lasting, S., & 

2^°^ Bro 5.00 

10.00 Levitin, A 5.00 

Richmond 

♦Binswanger, 
„_ r,„ Harry S. 

-o.uu 'Binswanger. M. I. .5.00 
^..,^ Florsheim, M. B.. 15.00 
^"•"O Galeskl, Dr. S.... 10.00 
lU.UU Hutzler, Henry S. 5.00 

..^. Kaufmann, 1 5.00 

jl-"" May, Irving 5.00 

lu.uu **Millhiser, Gustave. 
•Raab, E. 
♦Raab, Mrs. E. 
Straus, Milton J. 5.00 
Thalhimer, Mor- 
ton G 10.00 

o.OO Weil, Clifford ... 10.00 

5.00 ♦•Whitlock, Philip. 

5.00 

5.00 Roanoke 

Blue Ridge Over- 
all Co 5.00 

- Of, Goldman. H 5.00 

^■^^ Goldstein, Jos. .. 5.00 
Rosenberg, M., & 

10 00 Sons 25.00 

Schnurman, Jay . 5.00 
5 OQ Spigel, Jos. ..... 5.0O 

5 00 Winstein, J 5.00 

Staunton 

5.00 Strauss, I. G. ... 5.0O 



♦Life Member. 
•♦Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



WASHINGTON 

Everett 

Hocbstaclter, Ber- 
nard 



3.00 



Seattle 

•roekstein, Nathan. 
**Galland, Bonhain. 
•»Galland, Mrs. C. 

K. 
**Gottstein, Meyer. 
•»Gottstein, Re- 
becca. 
•Lang, Julius C. 
Stern, Leopold M. 



10.00 



Tacoma 

Council of Je^vish 

Women 5.00 

Tacoma Lodge No. 

741, I. O. B. B. 10.00 

WEST VIRGINIA 

Bluefleld 

Kaufman, Mrs. S. 10.00 
Rodgin & Co., 

Henry 5.00 

Charleston 

Baer, Ben 10.00 

Brown, Abe 1 5.00 

Frankenberger, 

Max 10.00 

Fuhrman, Simon. 5.00 

Gallenberg, B. .. 5.00 

Goldman, M. B.. . 5.00 
Goldman, Morris, 

Jr 5.00 

Loewenstein, Abe 5.00 

May, Phil 5.00 

Polan, H 5.00 

Schwab, Joseph.. 5.00 

Silverstein, A. P. 15.00 

Fairmont 

Finger, Mrs. B. S. 5.00 

Lipson, P. P 5.00 

Lowry, Jul E. . . 5.00 

Osgood, D. M. . . 5.00 

Grafton 

Friedman & Son, 

F 5.00 

Klein, I. C 5.00 

Huntington 

Broh, E 5.00 

Broh, J 10.00 

Lubin, B.J 5.00 

Polan, Lake 5.00 

Samson, Samuel . 10.00 

Keystone 

Budnick, Harry.. 5.00 



Kiinbnll i,a Crosse 

Bank, H 10.00 Bloom, Beruhard. 

Morgantown Madison 

Green, Ben 5.00 Council of Jewish 

Hershkovitz, Sam. 5.00 Women 

Morgantown Madison Jewish 

Sisterhood 5.00 Sunday School. 

Oppenheimer, 

Benj 5.00 >I'l"'aukee 

T.. », -r^ , B'ue Jeshurnn 

Nortli Fork Sabbath School 

Cafzen. A 25.00 Council of Jewish 

Rosen, Jack 5.00 Women 

T>,.,i- -oi Federated Jewish 

Parkersburg Charities 

Barrett, P. W. . . 5.00 Frank, Walter . . 

Nathau. Mrs. Ben 10.00 Friedlander, M., 

Stern, Joseph . . . 10.00 Knitting Co. . . 

i,T„i„u Gilead Lodge No. 

^^^^^ 41, L O. B. B... 

Hebrew Ladies' Harmony Lodge 

Aid Society ... 20.00 No. 63, I. O. F. 

Hyman, Moses . . 5.00 S. of I 

Lopinsky, Eugene 25.00 Krauskopf, J. . . . 

Polan, Samuel . . 5.00 Landauer, Max . . 

wh^„u^„ Litt, Miss Bessie 

Wheeling j^^jj^j.^ ^^^^.^.j^ 

Bloch, Samuel S.. 5.00 Sattler, J. B 

Broverman, S. .. 5.00 Schuster, Chas. .. 

Front, J 5.00 

Good, L. S 10.00 Superior 

**Horkheimer, Mrs. Cohen, Julius L 

B. Jacobs, Robert . 

Horkheimer, Josephs. S. Y... 

Julius 10.00 Lasky Bros. . . . 

Horkheimer, Sigel Bros 

Louis 10.00 

Isenberg, Israel.. 5.00 West Bend 

Reichblum, Mrs. *Heller, Isidore. 

M 5.00 

Rice, Albert M... 10.00 FOREIGN 
•Solomon & Rubm. 

Sonneborn, Chas. CANADA. 

L 5.00 

Sonneborn, H. M. 5.00 m „ * ^ * • 

Sonneborn M 5.00 Toronto. Ontario 

Stein, Leon B. . . 10.00 Koplar, S. E 

*Weil, J. Scheuer, Edmund 

Wolf, Leo 5.00 

WlUiamson CHINA 

Bank, H 5.00 Shanghai 

♦Jacob, Leopold. 
WISCONSIN 

Appleton 

Fox River Lodsre 

209, I. O. B. B. 
Marshall, Children 

of Rosa and 

Simon 

Marshall, Louis J. 

Kankauna 

♦Wertheimer, M. A. 



5.00 



ip.(Hj 
5.00 



10.00 
50.00 



300.00 
10.00 



5.00 
5.00 



5.00 

15.00 

10.00 

10.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 



5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 

10.00 



30.00 
10.00 



ENGLAND 

London 

10.00 Mayer, Simon D. 15.00 
*Meyer, Arthur. 



20.00 
10.00 



SWITZERLAND 



Rorschach 

**Schoenfeld, Max. 



*Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



80 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



CONTRIBUTIONS TOTALLING $600.00 

AVere Keceivid During the Year from the Following: 



AIiABAJ\IA 

Bessemer 

White, I. J. 

Demopolis 

Breitenbacb, Mrs. N. J. 
Ely. Mrs. Jennie Morri.s 
Goldman, L. A. 
Stern, Mrs. M. 

Ensley • 

Applebaum, I. 
Gotten, M. 
Seals, I. 
Seegarman, Sol. 

CALIFORNIA 

i,os Angeles 
Hecht, Rabbi S. 

CONNECTICUT 

Hartford 

Berman & Herman 
Cohen & Cohen 
Kashmann, Isaac 
Mayer, Jerome 

New Haven 

New York Novelty Co. 
Rosenfleld, H. I. 
Sagal, W. 
Salzman, B. B. 
Schwartz, M. 

FHiORIDA 

Jacksonville 

Moscovitz, D. 
Moscovitz, M. 

GEORGIA 

Americus 

Pearlman, Mrs. E. 

Augusta 

Cohen, Olive 
Rubenstein, D. 

Brunswick 

Fruchtman, I. 

Columbus 

Feinberg, Philip 
Meyers, A. 

Macon 

Goldgar, B. 
Haskin, Joseph 
Waxelbaum, G. J. 
Weinstein, M. 
Wolf, M. 



INDIANA 

Mt. Vernon 

Mt. Veruou Temple Sis- 
terhood 



KENTUCKY 

Henderson 

Simon, J. W. 
Ijouisville 

Shapinsky, S. 
Paducah 
Steinfeld, Dr. M. 

LOUISIANA 

Alexandria 

Pressburg, H, H. 
Lafayette 

Alramson, N. 
St. Francisville 

Teutsch, R. 

MARYLAND 

Baltimore 

Fox, Robert 
Cumberland 

Klawan. Jo.seph 
Frostburg 

Alramson, .Julius 
Gerson, Meyer 

Hagerstown 

Summers, W. M. 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Attleboro 

First, Attleboro Lodge, 
No. 442, I. O. B. A. 

MINNESOTA 

Buhl 

Mertalie, M. A. 
Chisholm 
Dubrow, S. 
Lewis, Hiram 
Lewis, I. 
Liebovitz, M. 
Medalie, Dr. W. L. 
Roth, Ben 
Lusin & Liebowitz 
Wain, Max 
Wain, Sam 

Duluth 

Altman, Harry E. 
Boznu, Joseph H. 
Coll, J. E. 



Findelstein, Charles 

Gittleson, I. 

Goldfarb. M. 

Green, G. 

Hallock, H. L. 

Kaplan, M. 

Latts, A. R. 

Latts, C. 

Latts, R. 

Littman, A. Y. 

Manhattan Clothing Co. 

Naymark, D. 

Ostroe, S. 

Polinsky, A. and B. 

Rose, M. 

Shusterman, J. 

Siden, A. 

Siegel, J. L. 

Winer, A. 

Zien, M. 

Zien, W. 

Everett 

Goldberg Bros. 
Kaner, Wm. 
Karlinskj', M. 
Medalie, B. J. 
Rabnowitz, F. 
Sagen, Lester 
Siegel, Chas. 
Stein, J. 
Stock, S. W. 
Weinberg, Frank 
Wiener, Herman 

Hibbing 

Bubley & Jaffe 
Cohen, J. 
Feldman, I. 
Garber, M. 
Gram, Harry 
Helstein, Louis 
Marcus, J. 
Sachs, A. 
Sher, I. H. 

Minneapolis 

Blumenkranz, M. 
Braham Shoe Co. 
Cooper, C. B. 
Devorsky, P. 
Feigelbaum, L. 
Grodnik, J. K. 
Gross, Chas. I. 
Harris, B. H. 
Isaac, A., & Sou 
Kahner, Martin L. 
Mirriss Mfg. Co. 
People's Scrap Iron Co. 
Robitshek, Solomon 
Segal, Meyer 
Snattinger, J. 
Lurin City Cooperage 
Weiskopf, R. G. 

Virginia 
Bankman, B. 
Garan, J. H. 
Jaffe, S. 
Kaner, I. 
Kenner, A. 
Levin, B. D. 
Magulis, H. 



THE NATIOXAI, h'\RM SCHOOL 



81 



Milavetz, Sam 
Kutz, J. T. 
ShanedlinfT, Julius 
Shanedlinjr, M. 
AVilk, M. L. 

MISSISSIPPI 

Columbus 

Joseph Hfi-z Lodge, No. 
181. I. O. B. B. 

Greenville 

Stein, I. 
Stein, Sam 
Weinberg, A. 

Greenwood 

Orlansky. A. 
Stern, Sam 

Jackson 

Hatry. Julius 
Manassaii Lodgre, No. 
202, I. O. B. B. 

Schrier. S. 

Meridian 

Pappenheimer. Abe 
Rosenbu.sh, J. M. 
■NVigransky, I. 

West Point 

Frankel. S. B. 

MISSOURI 

St. Lionis 

Eiehenbert,' & Sou 

Jankowitz, S. 

Leah Ladies' Lodge, No. 

5, I. O. B. A. 
Minkens, M. 
Mitauer, H. 
Reliable Jobbing Co. 
Rosenberg. A. 
Saifer, Wm. 
St. Loui-s; Paper Stock 

Co. 
Tabitanick, Leo 



XEW JERSEY 

Trenton 

Block, M. 
Davidson. J. Irwin 
Fnld. Abraham L. 
Miller. Dr. J. S. 
Papier, Philip 

>EW YORK 

Albany 

Franck, J. B. 

Amsterdam 

Epstein, J. 
Grossman, S. 

Buffalo 

Brezen, S. 

Gloversville 

Klopot. Adolph W. 

Johnstown 

Galinsky, B. 

New York City 

Lurie, Mr. and Mrs. M. 



Strouse, Mrs. i;ii 
Xewburgh 
Herman, II. T. 
Kosenbaum, I*. 

Rochester 

r.arth, F. I. 
Greenluiuse, S. II. 
Metzger, S, 

NORTH CAROLIN.V 

Ashevillc 

Finestein, S. 
Durham 

Ladies' Relief Society 
Greensboro 

Berlin, Philip D. 

Isaacson, I. 

Lindy, L. 

Temko, Max 

High Point 

Rones, Jake 
Roues, Max 
Silver, Milton 

Kinston 

Pearson, Harry 
New Bern 

Bloeh, A. 

Cohen, Leon 

Eastern Carolina Hide & 

Fur Co. 
Jacobs, M. S. 
Kahn, Mrs. B. 

Winston-Salem 

Cohn, A. 
Tobias, S. 
Wainer, M. A. 
Young, J. L. 

OHIO 

Canton 

Meyers, C. W. 
Teplansky, W. 

Cincinnati 

Lowe, Joseph 
Cleveland 

Freedman, J. T. 
Goldberg, H. 

Youngstown 

Bloch Candy Co. 
Brunswick. Max E., Esq. 
Hartzell, Edgar M. 
Newman, Bert 
Tamarkin, M. 
Youngstown Notion 
House 

PENNSYLVANIA 

AUentown 

Galansky, Jacob 
Kaplan, Mrs. J. H. 

Bloomsburg 

Arcus, C. 
Braddock 

Weissman, B. 
Carbondale 

Glazer, Jake 



Ilirsch, Herman 
Superior .Specialty Simp 
M'assermau, R. 

Duquesne 

Adler, J. 
Adler. J. L. 
Aiuper C". 
I'.ai'sky \- Rosenberg 
I'inlcelstein, Mever 
ll.iilburg, H. 
Halbert, Dr. 
Hersliowitz. J. 
Hortman, P. 
Lewiuter, M. 
Weiss, S. 

Eord City 

Poeser, Lester 
Rosen, Oscar 

Gap 

Ansil, AI)ram M. 
Harrisburg 

Cohen. Mrs. Clara 
Johnstown 

IVnn Novelty Co. 
Lebanon 

Stein, II. I. 
LeJiIghton 

Gruneberg, L. C. 
Philadelphia 

Anonymous 

Blank, Mrs. IT. 

Lendauer, Joe 

Wilkes-Barre 

Engel, Sander 
Spitz, E. 
Stein, Isaac 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

Charleston 

Patla, J. A., Esq. 
Columbia 

Kramer, G. 
Darlington 

Block, Mrs. B. 

Rothholtz, E. 

Want, S. 

Weinberg, R. 

Florence 

De Jongh, Mrs. II. 
Greenville 

Kingoft". Sol. 
Reinhard, A. L. 
Switzer, Mever 
Zaglin, C. 

Sumter 

Moses, H. P. 

TENNESSEE 

Chattanooga 

Alper, Max 
Ansel, M. 
Elumberg, J. 
Cohen, H. 
Edelstein, Mike 
Edelstein. S. 
Frank. H. 
Friedman, Eugene 



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THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Grodjessky, J. S. 
Hite, P. 
Rabi. J. 
Shankman, L. 

Knoxville 

Caplan, Isaac 

TEXAS 

Fort Worth 

Brown, Dan, Jr. 

VIRGINIA 

Danville 
Berman, J. 
Kaplan, A. 
Kingoff Bros. 
Levinson, Dr. B. 
Lowenstein Bros. 
Rippe, Mrs. Ben 
Turk Bros. 

liynchburgr 
Blum, M. 
Feinman, A. 
Appleman's 
Schewel, Isaac 



Newport News 

Nachman, S. 
Norfolk 

Frank, Louis A. 
Kaplan, Mike 

Petersburg 

Blacher, E. 
Goldman, A. 
Merchants, R. A. 

WEST VIRGINIA 

Bluefield 

Effron, A. 
Kleinman, P. 
Schlossberg, G. 
Weinberg, H. 

Falrmount 

Broidy, J. 
Friedlander, M. 
Goldberg, Mrs. H. 
Miller, S. 
Sidler, M. 
Silver, L. 

Morgantown 

Glassman, Joe 



North Fork 

Brooks, B. 
Seligman, Julius 
Tots, I. 
Tots, Louis 

Welch 

Bell, S. 
Effron, J. 
Einsobn, H. 
Gotlieb, L. 
Solons, S. 

Williamson 

Berman, J. M. 
Brooks, S. 
Gaskel, Mrs. M. V. 
Kahn, B. 
Morien, Sol. 

WISCONSIN 

Superior 

Aronsohn, Herman A. 
Overbrook, I. 
Marcus, C. 
Shapiro, Geo. 



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THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

Executive Office, 808 Denckla Building, PhllaaelpliU. 



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



Name 

Address . 
Date 



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



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

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

free from all taxes to le paid to the Treasurer, for the time le.ing, 
for the use of the institution.' 



ON REAL ESTATE OR GROUND RENT 

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

S3 




After Speeding the Departing 
Guest — What? 

MUCH cleaning up to be done? Littered rooms to be 
cleaned — extra bed and table linen to be washed? 
Of course, even with the best of guests! 

But if you have those three staunch household standbys — the 
electric cleaner, electric iron and electric washer— the aftermath of 
even a houseful of guests cannot cause any commotion. For with 
these things at your command, the rooms can soon be made bright 
and shining — the extra washing taken care of easily and expeditiously. 

And even before the guests come, these three helpers will help make 
ready without fuss or worry and give you that calm, unflurried sense 
of hospitality toward your guests which stamps you as the ideal hostess. 

Easy paymenls on the electric iron, cleaner 
and washer if desired 

The PHILADELPHIA ELECTRIC COMPANY 



84 



.iPyBANKS&^Blhhi 

r 1218-22 Chestnut Street ^ Mil 



PRESTIGE 

This Establishment has been honored 
with the patronage of the best and 
oldest families in America for almost 
a century. 

The standards of Honor, Quality and 
Service have been faithfully main- 
tained during all these years. 

Patrons of today, some of them the 
Fourth Generation of our earliest 
clientele, have found no cause to 
revise the traditions of their Ancestors. 



CAPITAL, $1,000,000.00 SURPLUS, $2,000,000.00 

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 
CHRISTMAS FUND 

JOSHUA R. MORGAN, President JAMES V. ELLISON, Treasurer 



85 



Hughes -Foulkrod 
Company 



Building 
Construction 



Commonwealth Trust Bldg. 421 Seventh Avenue 

Philadelphia, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. 



86 




Stetson,. .. „ 

\JpungMavsnats 



l224Chestnut Street 



GUARANTEE TRUST & SAFE 
DEPOSIT COMPANY 

PHILADELPHIA MAIN OFFICE 
316-318-320 CHESTNUT STREET 



CENTRAL OFFICE 
1415 CHESTNUT STREET 



WEST PHILADELPHIA OFFICE 

9 SOUTH 52nd STREET 

Open in Evening 



CHECKING ACCOUNTS 
SAVINGS FUND ACCOUNTS 

CHRISTMAS CLUB Send for Circular VACATION CLUB 

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 



87 



On the portraits of American and world celebrities 
since 1854 has appeared the Gute- 
kunst signature. 

A Gutekunst Photograph 

is at once a lifelike portrait and a work of art. 
Sittings may be arranged 




TELEPHONE, SPRUCE 1376 



Exclusive 




1921 WALNUT STREET 



Fashions 



PHILADELPHIA 



SPRUCE 0594 




ESTABLISHED 1888 



BERNARD GITTELMAN 
FURRIER 

1728 CHESTNUT 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. 

88 



Formal and Informal for 


out-door purposes. 


Hats and Coats Im- 


ported from Great 


Britain and the Con- 


tinent, for men and women. Millinery, 


wraps, dresses and 


effects for Northern and 


Southern 


Winter Wear. 


Supei 


'ior Furs. 




§§ 


BLAYLOCK & BLYNN, Inc. 


Established 1850 


161/ Chestnut Street 



The Western Saving Fund Society 



OF PHILADELPHIA 




Q>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 I'ER CENT. 



HAVE YOU SEEN THE 

NEW BUICK 




FOURTEEN DISTINCTIVE MODELS FOR 1924 

BELL PHONE, SPRUCE 2S6S 

THE FUR & MILLINERY SHOP 

INCORPORATED 

1424 Walnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. 



JOSEPH N. SUSSKIND 



ROYAL APARTMENT HOTEL 

GIRARD AVENUE AND BROAD STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

A QUIET HIGH-CLASS APARTMENT HOTEL 

Unsurpassed in refinement and environment. Cuisine of the highest standard 
Supplies from our own Big Spring Farm in the beautiful Chester Valley 

MEYER B. SHER, Manager 

90 



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. 



RETAILERS OF ALL STANDARD 
FLOOR COVERINGS 

1220-1222 Market Street 





Your garments 

made to look like new 

Our cleaning absolutely removes all dirt 
and grease, restores the color-freshness ; 
destroys all germ life. Finally, each 
garment is pressed by an expert bushel- 
man and returned to you ready to ivear. 
All small repairs are included in the 
cleaning price. 

A. F. BORNOT BRO. CO. 

17th and Fairmount Avenue 

1525 Chestnut Street 

12th and Walnut Streets 

1754 N. Broad Street 

111 S. Fifty-second Street 

2016 S. Broad Street 



Bell Phone, Poplar 0608 



Keystone, Race 7891 



91 




3^ 



4144 



itu 



"Better 






92 



Miss Liiii 



2114 Walnut Street 



Creator and Importer of 

Costumes, Gowns and 
Wraps 



Best Semi -Annual 

Workmanship Reductions after 

Decoration Day 
Correct Prices and Thanksgiving 



93 



ANDREW J. SAUER 
and COMPANY 



ARCHITECTS 
and ENGINEERS 



PHILADELPHIA 



For Anything 

Electrical 

RUMSEY 

ELECTRIC COMPANY 



Electric Supplies and Machinery 
Everything in Radio 



1007 ARCH STREET PHILADELPHIA 



94 



Hughes -Foulkrod 
Company 



Building 
Construction 



Commonwealth Trust BIdg. 421 Seventh Avenue 

Philadelphia, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. 



95 



1823 A Century in Business 1923 

Our Experience of 

lOO YEARS 



Is at Your Service 

JOHN B. ELLISON & SONS 

Woolens Everywhere 



BELL PHONE, WYOMING 0441 

WavBtth 

mm 

Manufacturers of WorStCCl FaBrlcS 

BELFIELD AVENUE AND WISTER STREET 
Germantown, Philadelphia 



96 



The Market St. National Bank 



107 MARKET STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 



CAPITAL $1,000,000.00 

SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS - 2,500,000.00 

Accounts Invited 

FOREIGN EXCHANGE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES 

T. P. McCUTCHEON & BRO. 

INCORPORATED 
MANUFACTURERS 

Men's Neckwear and Reefers 

Main Office 
ELEVENTH AND ARCH STREETS PHILADELPHIA 

American Baby Carriage Factory 

MANUFACTURERS OF 




PHI 



CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES AND TOYS 

L. RIEBER & CO. 16 NORTH FOURTH STREET 

Proprietors Philadelphia, Pa. 

Hughes & Bradley Co. 

MAKERS OF 

NECKWEAR FOR MEN 



ST. GEORGE BUILDING 
S. W. COR. 13th and ARCH STREETS 

PHILADELPHIA 

97 






mm 



TDii© [PsiEPDsMSi^ &iit l^-SGi] ^i^[p©(gil 



[p[}aD[L^[Q][E[L[?[}{]D/^ 




—WHARVES AND WAREHOUSES- 
PIERS 66 AND 67 NORTH. DELAWARE RIVER 

CHRISTIAN STREET AND SCHUYLKILL RIVER 

SCHUYLKILL RIVER AT 30th AND CHESTNUT STREETS 

SCHUYLKILL RIVER AT 24th STREET AND THE PARKWAY 

—PLANTS- 
KNICKERBOCKER. PENNA. VAN SCIVER. PENNA. 

—ASSOCIATE COMPANIES— 
HAINESPORT MINING AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY 
KNICKERBOCKER LIME COMPANY 

THE DEFRAIN SAND COMPANY 

THE FAIRLAMB COMPANY 



98 



Noted Scientists 
Approve of Gas Lighting 



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

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

The Bureau of Standards, at Washington, refers in 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. 

The United Gas Improvement Company 



HOOVEN 
SALES CO. 



GENUINE TYPEWRITTEN LETTERS IN QUANTITY 
HIGHEST CLASS MERCHANDISING SERVICE 



1037 WALNUT STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 

99 



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 



Savings /f O/ Interest 

Fund fclA /r\ 

Department X / O Paid 



Foreign Exchange Department 
Commercial Accounts Invited 

Progress Co-operation 



Compliments of 


J. HOWARD BROWN & CO. 


Insurance 


No. 328 WALNUT STREET 


PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



100 



C' 7* 7 rtS^RS is not only 

OrdiaL ^^ quick service- 
it is cordial service. 

5- • Our clerks take our 

CTulCC 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 

Winkelmari 

Style in Quality Footwear 
1130 CHESTNUT STREET 

At Twelfth 
38-40 South 52d Street 2961-63 Frankford Avenue 




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 



102 



Savings ^ 

in youth have started 
many a successful busi- 



ness career. 



Intel w« 
'aid on Savings 
V Account*?/ 



Capital and Surplus, $4,000,000 

West End Trust Company 

Broad Street and South Penn Square 
Philadelphia 



There is More Power in That 
Good Gulf Gasoline 

= =and — = 

Supreme AuLo Oil 



103 



®I|? ^t Jamfs i^aM 



Walnut at 13th Street 



^ 



HY 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. 



104 




COATS- SUITS- DRESSES-MILLINERY 




Specloi^'s 
1310 CHESTAUT STREET 

SPECIALIZING IN YOUTHFUL MOPES 

'»''"'''"l)'l)ll'l""ll''ll''HlllllllllllllHlll)ll!llllllilllllllllllll!lltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllH 




COMPLIMENTS 



BROAD ST. and GIRARD AVENUE 
PHILADELPHIA 



CHARLES DUFFY, Jr. 

MANAGER 



105 



Planet Jr. 

Specialized 

FARM and GARDEN TOOLS 

Hand Seeders Horse Hoes 

Wheel Hoes Cultivators 

Spring Tooth, Orchard and Grove Cultivators 
One- and Two-Row Pivot Wheel Riding Cultivators 
Multiple Seeders Beet Cultivators 



IN USE IN 70 COUNTRIES AND AT 
MOST AGRICULTURAL SCHOOLS 



S. L. ALLEN & CO., Inc. 

PHILADELPHIA, PENNA. 



Newton COAL 

Answers the Burnind Quesiioh. 



George B. Newton Coal Co. 

Franklin Bank Building Philadelphia, Pa. 



106 



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 <^^<^ 
Ice Cream Plants. Arrangements can 
he made by calling Baring 0205. 

ABBOTTS ALDERNEY DAIRIES, Inc. 

PHILADELPHIA AND SEASHORE 



Genuine " PHILADELPHIA" Lawn Mowers 



1869 



OVER FIFTY - FIVE (55) YEARS 
Making the World's STANDARD 



1924 




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" AUlteel 

The Philadelphia Lawn Mower Company 

31 St and CHESTNUT STREETS - Philadelphia, U. S. A. 



107 



CHELTEN HILLS CEMETERY 

(Non-Sectarian) 

East Washington Lane, Germantown 



Lawn Plan Maintenance Fund Perpetual Care Fund 

CHOICE FAMILY BURIAL PLOTS— $50.00 Up Cash or Easy Payments 

MAPS OF CEMETERY LOTS CAN BE SEEN AT 

Office: 1509 ARCH STREET 

Phone: Spruce 2595 PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Booklets on Cremation at Your Disposal for the Asking 



'Wampole's 

FORMOLID 

(Antiseptic Solution) 

TS 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. 



108 



LIGHTING Equipment for the Home, 

Office 

and Store 



The Showrooms of 
Philadelphia's 
Lighting Fixture 
and Lamp 
Headquarters " 
are replete with 
every wanted design, 
from the modern 
to the most 
elaborate. 




FIVE 

Showrooms at 

your 

service without 

obligation 

to buy. 




INCANDESCENT 



y^hcLmpioTi light company 

635 Market Street Philadelphia, Pa. 



109 



Capital and Surplus, $2,200,000 



GERMANTOWN 

TRUST 
COMPANY 



Chehen and Germantown Aves. 

Chestnut Hill Office, 8628 Germantown Ave. 
Logan Office, 5001 N. Broad Street 



CHECK ACCOUNTS 2% 
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 4% 

TRUSTS, TITLES, REAL ESTATE 
SAFE DEPOSIT, STORAGE 



We Do Everything That a Modern Trust 
Company is Supposed to Do. 

TRUST FUNDS OVER 27 MILLIONS 

" There is a Local Advantage " 



ESTABLISHED 1877 



SCnitting iHiUa 



CARDIGAN 
Jackets 
Sweaters 



Pastorius and Osceola 
Streets 

GERMANTOWN, PHILADELPHIA 



FELBER'S GARAGE 

LOUIS FELBER, Proprietor 

SERVICE and COURTESY 
Our Aim 

AUTOMOBILE NECESSITIES 
4813-25 Wayne Avenue Germantown, Phila. 




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WARNING SIGNAL 

— FITS OVER TAIL LAMP — 

Avoids Drilling Holes in Fender or Body oj Car 

Shows 

STOP 

Only When Pressure is Applied to Pedal 
Made of Solid Aluminum 



ROSE MFG. CO, 

110 



Philadelphia 



Elastic Stockings 

Trusses 

Abdominal Supporters, etc. 



James R. Kendrick Co,, Inc> 

FACTORY: 

Kendrick BIdg., Germantown Ave. and Pastorius St. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



NEW YORK ADDRESS : 205 Sixth Avenue 



Manufacturers of 
High-grade Knitted 
Surgical Elastic 



Ihe 

Reyburn Manufacturing Co. 



Paper Specialties 

Tags -.*- Tickets -:- Labels 
ALLEGHENY AVENUE AND THIRTY-SECOND STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Ill 



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, PHI LA., PA. 



112 



SERVICE and STABILITY 

Integrity Trust Company 

FOURTH AND GREEN STREETS 
715-17-19 CHESTNUT STREET 



Commercial Accounts Solicited 
Efficient Trust, Title and Investment Departments 
Mortgages for Sale Safe Deposit Boxes for Sale 



INTEREST PAID 
ON SAVING 
FUND ACCOUNTS 



4% 



Capital, $750,000.00 Surplus, $3,000,000.00 



\_^ompliments of 

Royal-Ascot Knitting Mills Company 

240 ASHMEAD STREET 
GERMANTOWN 



113 



The Yewdall & Jones Co. 
WORSTED YARNS 

JOHN FISLER. Treasurer 



Office and Mills: 
54th and POPLAR STREETS 

PHILADELPHIA 



MORRELL MILLS 

Manufacturers of 

Sun Fast Upholstery 
Fabrics, Tapestries 
Hangings and 
Furniture Gimps 

5426-5436 WYALUSING AVENUE 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



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4% Interest 



DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE 



What Other Inducement _ 
Could We Offer You to ^ 
Open a Savings Account • 



Market Street 
Title & Trust Co. 

SOUTHWEST COR. 52d AND MARKET STREETS 



Compliments of 



Philadelphia 



Paper Manufacturing Co. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

PAPER BOX BOARDS 

AND 

FIBRE SHIPPING CONTAINERS 
Manayunk, - Philadelphia 

115 



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 
Ritter Oak Flooring 

Chas. F. Felin & Co., Inc. 

York Road and Butler Street 



Dur^MTTc J Keystone : North 0601 
P^^^^M Bell: Tioga 3460 



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TRUSCON STEEL COMPANY 

PHILADELPHIA OFFICE 




B. J. SIGMUND 904 SCHAFF BLDG. 

Manager 1505 RACE ST. 



FABRICATORS of 

Structural Steel and Ornamental Iron 

LARGE STOCK OF PLAIN MATERIAL WITH EQUIPMENT 
TO CUT TO DESIRED LENGTHS 

PAVEMENT LIGHTS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS CARRIED 
IN STOCK, INSTALLED AND REPAIRED 

FIRE ESCAPES AND FIRE ESCAPE REPAIRS 
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORK, MISCELLANEOUS 

and BUILDERS^ IRON WORK 

CARRIED IN STOCK 
BEAMS ANGLES PLATES 

SHEETS NEVERSLIP PLATES HOOPS 

CONCRETE BARS, TWISTED AND DEFORMED 



MONTGOMERY IRON & STEEL CO. 

Formerly STEWARD & STEVENS IRON WORKS 
and MONTGOMERY IRON & STEEL CO. 

Montgomery Ave., 9th and Berks Sts., Philadelphia 



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THE THOMAS W. PRICE COMPANY 



p 



RINTERS' rAonRHAPo 

^PFCJAJ TJF^ CAKUbUAKU 
oz-ZL^^i^L. I icL^ 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— SUPERB LUSTER 



A. T. BAKER, Inc. 

MANAYUNK 



118 



BOSTON READING 

UTICA NEW YORK 



Schell, Longstreth & Co. 
Cotton Yarns 

230 and 232 CHESTNUT STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 



Rooseve 


It 


Worste 


d 


Mills 





2016 NAUDAIN STREET 
PHILADELPHIA, PENNA. 



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 



MARKOV IT Z BROTHERS 

Jobbers in HOSIERY AND 
— UNDERWEAR 
NOTIONS . 

321-323 MARKET STREET PHILADELPHIA 

119 



r^THE BUICK IS THE STANDARD OF COMPARISON "^ 

EDWARD WILKIE 
MOTORS CO. 

1415 N. Broad St. Philadelphia, Pa. 

New 

and 

Used „ . , 

Guaranteed Service M^111€^b^ 

On All BUICKS Sold 

:-:BOTH PHONES:-: 



Bell Phone Keystone Phone 



HUGH F. MUNRO & SONS 



. . . SPECIALISTS IN . . . 

Hea'ung Skcet Mctal Work T^nkl 

Ventilating Stacks 

Exhaust Fans ^ , - - , Blow Piping 

Dust Collectors rOV the inClUStTieS Pressure Blowers 

Belt Guards ^===^==== Machine Guards 



OFFICE: 2406 N. MASCHER STREET 

Works: 2411-2413 N. Mutter Street 

PHILADELPHIA 



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Bell— Filbert 



i 4924 



{4925 
Keystone— Main 9069 



Victor V. Clad Co. 




119-21 S. Eleventh Street 



Philadelphia 



121 



SPRUCE 3248 



SPECIAL ATTENTION TO STOUTS 



GREEN'S GOWNS 

Exclusive Designs 



241 S. TWENTY-FIRST STREET 



PHILADELPHIA 



PHONE. WALNUT 7560 



Sitka Custom Corsets 



1215 WALNUT STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Dance 

to the delightful 
music of 

Jacl^ LeRoy 

and his 

Manhattan Melody Men 
Dine 

In the beautifully re-deco- 
rated restaurant — Platter 
Luncheon 55c.; Dinner 
$1.00 and After Theatre 
Supper. 

No Cover Charges 

LUBIN'S 

WALNUT ST. AT TWELFTH 



PRIVATE BRANCH EXCHANGE 

POPLAR 7660 

Connecting All Branches 



BARG'S 

Philadelphia's Quality 

CLEANERS 
and DYERS 

Main Office and Works 

1616-28 N. Twenty-first St. 

PHILADELPHIA 



Branch Stores 

1113 Chestnut Street 5616 Germantown Ave. 



122 



De LUCAS HAT SHOP 

Smart Millinery 

—POPULAR PRICES— 
1234 Girard Avenue Philadelphia 



GOWNS COATS 

SUITS WRAPS 




Stylish Stouts 



Thirteenth and 
Sansom Streets 

Garments for Matron and Maid of Generous Figure 
SKIRTS LINGERIE 

BLOUSES HOSIERY 

of the Better Kind 



We have a complete stock of the very 
latest shades and designs 

A. B. DRUCKER 

427 S. Twentieth Street 



COMPLIMENTS OF- 



(^ohlman & (^utler, Inc. 

OVERALLS - and - DUCK CLOTHING 

PHILADELPHIA, PENNA. 

FREDERICK J. WENTZ 

Maker of 

Exclusive Willow and Reed Furniture 
2233-37 GERMANTOWN AVENUE 

Bell Phone, Diamond 7424 PHILADELPHIA 

123 



COLONIAL 

Old Method 

ROOFING TIN 



Open Hearth 
Copper Bearing 
40-lh Coated 

The Ideal Roof Covering — 
affording utmost protection 
against weather and hghtning 
and adding dignity and value 
to the building. 

FABLE & COMPANY 

INCORPORATED 
837-841 North Third Street 

PHILADELPHIA 




Street, hinder & Propert 
OPTICIANS 

N. E. Cor. 20th & Chestnut Sts. 
PHILADELPHIA 



SELTZER 
BROTHERS 

PHILADELPHIA 








Be sure to send for our 1924 Seed Cata- 

logue before you buy your seeds, bulbs 

and plants this spring 

Mailed Free for the Asking 



WM. HENRY MAULE, Inc. 

21st and Arch Sts., Phila.. Pa. 



124 



Compliments of 



WM. R. DOUGHERTY 



A. FRIEXD 


Jesse Shulman 

NEW YORK 


Compliments of 

CHALFONTE HOTEL 

ATLANTIC CITY 


B. HOOLEY & SON 
^ilK^ Mantifcicttirer^: 

435-439 N. BROAD STREET 


Bon wit Teller & Co. 


F. T. GUCKER 


H. M. BARSKT 



Joseph S. Keen, Jr. 
Andreas Meng's Sons 



J. W. Paxson Co. 



Jonathan Ring & Sons 

Incorporated 

Hancock and Montgomery Ave. 

C. J. McDermott 

105 N. 4th STREET 

Captain 
James L. Crawford 



125 



Pennsylvania 
Door and Sash Company 



PINE, FIR, CYPRESS and 
HARDWOOD PRODUCTS 



PHILADELPHIA 



JUST CAMOUFLAGE 

Paint Can Hide a Multitude of Defects, 
But It Soon Wears Off 



A floor is like a woman's face — if it is full of blemishes it 
needs to be hidden under a coat of paint. But if it is 
naturally beautiful, it needs no camouflaging. However, 
the best of paint soon wears off, whether it be on floor or 
face, and then the underlying blemishes stand out more 
prominently than ever. 

But a floor has this advantage — if it is ugly and unsightly, 
you can have it ripped up and replaced with a beautiful, 
sanitary, durable and easily cleaned hardwood floor. It 
will improve the appearance of your home 100 per cent. 
and the cost is moderate if the work is done by 

PINKERTON 

Tvsrenty-eighth and York Streets 



126 



SERVICE QUALITY 

STEAM AND PLUMBING SUPPLIES 

BOILERS, RADIATORS AND HEATING 
SPECIALTIES 

SHEET METAL AND ROOFING SUPPLIES 

EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR 

THE JOHN DOUGLAS COMPANY 
HIGH-GRADE PLUMBING FIXTURES 



THE FAIRBANKS VALVES 

AGENTS FOR 

AMERICAN RADIATOR COMPANY 
BOILERS AND RADIATORS 



READING WROUGHT IRON PIPE 



DART UNIONS 

VISIT OUR 
MAIN OFFICE AND SHOWROOMS 

BRIDGMAN CO. 

120 S. THIRTIETH ST. 
PHILADELPHIA, PA, 



127 



^V^HITE PUSTE 
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. 



128 




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129 



John J. Felin & Co. 



INCORPORATED 



PORK and 



[Kand D 7 

BEEF r aethers 



4142-66 Germantown Ave. 



A. Waxman & Company 



GLASS 



420-22-24 North Third Street 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



130 



CHARLES HARLAN JOHN NOBLE, JR. 

President Vice-Pres. & Treas. 

WM. A. HAINES 
Secretary 



Cnmpany 

Abattoir and Salesrooms 

30TH AND RACE STREETS 

PHILADELPHIA 



36th and Grays Ferry Road Market at 30th Street 

Cantpltnt^nts of 

Wilson-Martin Co. 

Packers and Provisioners 
PHILADELPHIA 



FRESH MEATS OF BLUE RIBBON BRAND 

UNSURPASSED QUALITY MEAT DELICACIES 



131 



Lombard 25-03 Long Distance Bell Phone, Lombard 25-04 



WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS 



"fmZf/siT FRESH AND SALT 
WATER FISH 
POULTRY AND GAME 



X7 ^ack #f. M&k 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 



132 



Our Service 
Tnrliir^Ac fV,« ^U^^U.'r^^ ^f -,11 1 



Call 
POP. 
6210 



Includes the checking of all your baggage 
— direct from your home or hotel to des- 
tination. Ours, is the only Baggage 
Express authorized by all railroads. 

Relieve your mind of all worry and your body of all strain by 
taking advantage of this convenient service. The cost is trifling. 

UNION TRANSFER COMPANY 



Baggage Express 

All Principal Cities 












EDWARD H. REUSS, Jr. 




HE A TING and 
Plumbing Contractor 


POWER PIPING 


30th AND RACE STREETS 

PHILADELPHIA, PENNA. 









133 



PENNSYLVANIA 

RANGE BOILER CO. 

2010-24 N. TENTH ST., Philadelphia, Pa. 




MANUFACTURERS OF 

Galvanized Range Boilers 
and Expansion Tanks 



134 



WM. H. McMAHEN COMPANY 



Red Seal Bedding 

Is Making Philadelphia a Better Place to Sleep In 



242-44-46 SOUTH SECOND STREET 



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 



GEORGE M. HEP WORTH 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 

135 



S. H, ROBBINS J. J. EDELMAN, C. E. 

Robbins 
Contracting Co. 

GENERAL 

CONTRACTORS 
AND BUILDERS 

1137-39 N. Front Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



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. 



Keystone Phone 
PARK 1064 



Bell Phone 
KENSINGTON 6497 



George Weiss 
Company 

CABINET 

WOOD WORK 

BULK WINDOWS 

Bank & Office Partitions 

1216-18-20-22 N.Mascher Street 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Louis Ruger 
Company 

Established 1867 
Manufacturers of 

COPPER & GALVANIZED 

IRON CORNICE BAY 
WINDOWS & SKYLIGHTS 

TIN, TILE, 
SLATE & SLAG ROOFING 

1603-05 N. Fourth St. 



Philadelphia 



136 



MICHELL'S 




MARKETS' 



PHILADELPHIA 
Everything for Lawn, Farm and 
Garden. Get a Catalog. 

MICHELL S HOUSE 



Watson & 
McDaniel Co. 



Manufacturers 

McDaniel Steam Traps and 
Watson Pressure Replators 



146 N. Seventh Street 
Philadelphia^ Pa. 



The Enterprise 

Wall Paper 

Company 



Northeast Corner 

Water and Morris Streets 



PHILADELPHIA 

INTERNATIONAL 
HARVESTER CO. 

OF AMERICA 

FARM IMPLEMENTS 
TRACTORS ENGINES 

93 Branches in U.S.A. 

2905 N. Sixteenth Street 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



137 



JACOB KNUP WM. J. GUTEKUNST JACOB KNUP, JR. 

President Vice-Pres. & Treas. Secretary 



THE 

Hellwig Silk Dyeing Co. 

Address all communications to 

NINTH AND BUTTONWOOD STREETS 
PHILADELPHIA 



Office and Main Plant 
Ninth and Buttonwood Streets Branch 

Phones: Poplar 8194-8195 Wissinoming, Phila. 



COLD WATER SHRINKING CROWN LUSTRE 

Keystone Cloth Sponging 
Works 

T. H. DIVINE & CO. 
215 and 217 North Third Street 

Phones 
Bell, Market 0673 
Keystone, Main 6737 PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

138 



Mnnnfnttnrtng 
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. 



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 



139 



ELIAS NUSBAUM & BRO. 

Electrical Contractors 

AMONG THE LEADERS FOR MORE THAN 30 YEARS 
2023 Sansom Street 

Schimmel Electric Supply Company 

JOBBERS OF 



ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 

526 ARCH STREET PHILADELPHIA 

MORRIS SKLAR COMPANY 

LIGHTING FIXTURES 

41 NORTH SEVENTH STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 

BELL PHONE, COLUMBIA 7559 KEYSTONE PHONE, PARK 1362 

CHARLES W. KESTER 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR 

ELECTRIC FIXTURES and APPLIANCES 
Residence, 2440 N. 32nd St. Office, 3038 West York Street 

Bell Phone, Diamond 6507 J Philadelphia, Pa. 

140 



JOSEPH H. BASS 

Modeling Decorative Sculptor ornamental Plaster 

Stone Carving and Bronze 

2036 RITTENHOUSE STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



Compliments of 



A FRIEND 



CompHtn^rits of 



QI.31.1i 



17« 1 .1 TkT ■• ID 1 2d St. and Girard Ave. 

Llghth INatlOnal Bank Philadelphia, pa. 




STRONG 



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



Capital, Surplus and 
Undivided Profits 

SAFE -:- 

141 



$1,800,000.00 



SUCCESSFUL 



Reliance Fireproof Door Co. 

77-103 Dobbin Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Manufacturers of 

METAL COVERED AND EXTRUDED BRONZE 
DOORS. WINDOWS AND STORE FRONTS 



FURNITURE, STEEL DOORS AND FRAMES 



THE H. B. SMITH CO. 

17th and Arch Streets, 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 18S3 Information Upon Request 




E. H. CARROLL 



P. F. CARROLL 



Build -^ith Brick 

THE EVERLASTING MATERIAL 

H. C. CARROLL & SONS 

SIXTY-SEVENTH AND GIBSON AVENUE 

Woodland 7826 PH I L ADELPH I A 



PHONES 



\Bell, Spruce 1S72 
J Keystone, Race 1405 



ELEVATOR ENCLOSURES 
A SPECIALTY 



MICHAEL O'NEILL 

Manufacturer of Iroii and WivG Railing 

BRASS AND IRON GRILLES 

Plain and Fancy Wire ^^Orli Of Every Description for 

Store Fronts Factory Windows Churches 

Stall Guards Tree Boxes and Fire Guards 

IRON COLLAPSING GATES, SHEET IRON DOORS, AREA GRATINGS 

No. 1531-33 FILBERT STREET PHILADELPHIA 

Opposite Broad Street Station 

142 



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 



Bell Phone, Market 2320 



Keystone Phone, Main 1909 



LOUIS B. ORLOWITZ CO. 

Plumbing Supplies 

FOR PLUMBERS, STEAM AND GAS FITTERS 

634 ARCH STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Warehouse : 632 and 729 Arch Street 



BELL PHONE, KENSINGTON 0200 



WM. CUMMINGS & CO. 



2656 SALMON STREET PHILADELPHIA 




SECTION LADDERS 

WINDOW CLEANING LADDERS 

SCAFFOLDS AND SCAFFOLD IRONS 

Manafactored by 

MOULTON LADDER CO. 

ESTABUSBED 1S39 

154 North 3rd St. Philadelphia, Pa. 

143 



Frankford Trust Company 

4344 FRANKFORD AVENUE 

Capital, Surplus and Profits - $1,000,000.00 

Deposits 7,000,000.00 

Trust Funds . - . . 3,600,000.00 

4% Interest in Savings Dept. 

Open Regular Banking Hours and Friday Evenings 6 to 9 



PHILADELPHIA WOOL SCOURING 
AND CARBONIZING COMPANY 



SOMERSET AND TULIP STREETS 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



JOHN D. GROVER & SONS CO. 

WOOL and HAIR 

SOMERSET AND TULIP STREETS 
PHILADELPHIA 



HULTON DYEING COMPANY 

(I NCORPORATED) 

3805-3819 FRANKFORD AVENUE 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



DYERS OF FAST COLORS ON SL.UBING IN THE BALL 

WORSTED AND WOOLEN tf^J^ YARNS PROCESSED FOR 

YARNS FOR KNITTING AND ^ T H E KN I TT I NG A N D 

WEAVING PURPOSES WEAVING TRADE 



144 



OWEN LETTER'S 

SONS 



BEST COAL 



MAIN YARD 

Trenton Avenue and Westmoreland 
Street 



145 




They We so 
strongly 
re-enforced 

Re-enforced blocks in 
the garter welts of 
Granite full-fashioned 
Silk Stockings prevent 
the possibility of rips 
and runs so frequently 
started by supporters 
when fastened to 
ordinary silk stocking 
tops. Slip your fingers 
into a pair of Granite 
Silk Stockings and 
you'll say "I'll take 
these." 

Made of Pure 
Unadulterated Silk 

QRANZTE 

Full-fashioned 

Pure Silk 

Stockings 



y;^?^'^0| 




Shapely 

as 
ISlature" 



GR^NItf 



RECa .US- PAT. OF P. 
"DURABLE AS THE NAME" 




Ldcnsdocle 

Silk Hosiery 
Company 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

FINE SHEER 
CHIFFON 
ALL^SILK 
HOSIER Y 

LANSDALE, PA. 




The Silk Stockings 
That Wear 



Lehigh 
Silk Hosiery Mills 

INCORPORATED 

NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA 

NORRISTOWN 



146 



FRANCIS A. BRUNER 



MANUFACTURER OF 



Upholstery Goods Curtains 

Draperies Scarfs 

Table and Couch Covers 

2015 EAST BOSTON AVENUE PHILADELPHIA 

Bell Phone, FRANKFORD 4553 

Brentmore Knitting Mills 

Manufacturers of High-Grade 



Full' Fashioned 

HOSIERY 

I and Ontario Streets Philadelphia, Pa. 



New York Office 

ROOM 1006 FIFTH AVENUE BUILDING 

Twenty-Third Street and Fifth Avenue 



147 



R. B. DUTT COMPANY, Inc. 

Successors to A. EICHLER & COMPANY 

SPECIALTY IN 

DYEING 

FINE WOOLENS 
WORSTED AND COTTON YARNS 

Mascher Street & Montgomery Avenue 
PHILADELPHIA 



PHOENIX DYE WORKS 

ERNST MULLER, Proprietor 

r\ r SILK and j j . 

Uyers of cotton Jriosiery 

Clearfield and Witte Streets 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. 

148 



M. PHILLIPS M. WOLF L. PHILLIPS 

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 OLOTH 

253 Ashmead Street, Germantown Philadelphia, Pa. 



H. M. FREEMAN 

WOOLEN and YrtYt^^ 

WORSTED -i <3m5 

1 08-1 W. OXFORD ST. PHILADELPHIA 



BELL PHONES KEYSTONE PHONE 

Kensington 6713 Park 2717 

6714 

^''^ Quality First 

CLARENCE L. MEYERS 



YARN 



SECOND AND SOMERSET STS. PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

149 



FRED. PEARSON & CO., mc. 

PLUSH 



MANUFACTURERS Ijf ¥ TCZ' ¥ ¥ FOR EVERY 
OF r^l ^f J^^n PURPOSE 



LEVERINGTON AVENUE AND WILDE STREET 

MANAYUNK, PHILADELPHIA 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

JOS. M. ADAMS COMPANY 

WORSTED AND WOOLEN YARNS 

MANAYUNK, PHILADELPHIA 

JOHN WATT'S SONS CO. 

MANUFACTLrRERS OF 

TURKISH TOWELS, WASH CLOTHS AND BATH MATS 
SECOND AND HUNTINGDON STREETS 

PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

SMITH & PETERS 

CLOVER BRAND 
Lozenge Maimers 

S. W. CORNER HOWARD AND JEFFERSON STREETS 

PHILADELPHIA 

KEYSTONE PHONE, PARK 777 BELL PHONE, MARKET 1734 

SAMUEL ZEITLIN 

HAIR DRAWING MANUFACTURER FOR 

BRUSH MAKERS AND HAIR CLOTH WEAVERS 
1004-10 N. ORKNEY STREET 

Near Fifth and George Streets PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

J. SULLIVAN & SONS MFG. CO. 

TAPES, STAY BINDINGS 
FANCY TRIMMINGS 

2224 N. NINTH STREET :: PHILADELPHIA 

150 




Bell Telephone, Kensington 1279 

MEYERS & REIMET 

Dyers 

Of Silk and Cotton Hosiery 
110-112 W. TURNER ST. PHILADELPHIA 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

THE SIMONS AND STRUVE 
HOSIERY CO. 

FRANKFORD 



MEDDLES 
LIECE RODS 
BEAMING RAITHES 



ESTABLISHED 1875 



PATENT 
WIRE DUPE 
HARNESS 



Walker Manufacturing Co., Inc. 

Manufacturers of 

REEDS AND HEDDLE FRAMES 



Kensington Ave. & Ontario St. 



Philadelphia 



JOHN BLOOD & BRO., Inc. 

Mercerizers and Bleachers 

Processed Yarns for the Underwear Trade 
JANNEY & CLEARFIELD STS. PHILA., PA. 

The William H. Lorimer's Sons Co. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

MERCERIZED COTTON 
YARN 

ONTARIO & LAWRENCE STS. PHILADELPHIA 

151 



W. H. & A. E. MARGERISON & CO. 



TURKISH R-M TOWELS 



Durable - Absorbent - Attractive 

TURKISH TOWELS, WASH CLOTHS 
AND BATH MATS 

Jasper and Huntingdon Sts. Philadelphia 



THEO. F. MILLER, F. LEIGHTON KRAMER, 

President and General Manager Secretary and Treasurer 

TURKISH TOWELS 
RUGS AND NOVELTIES 

ROBERT N. WHINNEY New York Salesroom: 242 Fourth Avenue 

ESTABLISHED 1879 

MATTHEW MURPHY & SON 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

TAPES and BINDINGS 

S. E. CORNER 

Third and Cumberland Sts., Philadelphia 

SCHOLLER BROS., Inc. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

^^ Soaps that Satisfy ^^ 

AMBER AND WESTMORELAND STREETS 

PHILADELPHIA 

152 



Itu^r IKtttttittg Company 



INCORPORATED 



Silk and Silk' and- Wool g-^^^^^^^. 

FULL-FASHIONED iiObiery 



HANCOCK AND ALLEGHENY AVE. 
THIRD AND HUNTINGDON STS. 



Eskimo Knitting Mills 

INCORPORATED 
MANUFACTURERS OF 

High Grade Knit Goods 

EAST THOMPSON AND ELKHART STREETS 

Phone Connection PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

^trk iHattitfartttrlttg 

Makers of 

SUNFAST SILK AND MERCERIZED YARN GOODS 

TAPESTRIES, SILK SCARFS, DRAPERIES 

AND TABLE COVERS 

JJijilabrlptiia ifartorij anl» -Sljoturoom: 



Hense! Silk Mfg. Co. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

TRIMMINGS 

1011-1015 DIAMOND STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 

153 



G. A. BISLER, Inc. 

T^ciper ^ojces 

245-55 NORTH SIXTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

NEW YORK FACTORY: 70 Washington Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
PITTSBURGH FACTORY: 3216 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

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 

John J. Hitschler & Son 

RECEIVERS — WHOLESALERS — JOBBERS 

BUTTER and EGGS 

1221-1223 South Street Philadelphia 

Delaware Storage and Freezing Co. 

2 1 1 CALLOWHILL STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 

154 



Good Painters for Fifty Years 



THE 



HENRYS, R .A. U COMPANY 

A. HARRISON KOSOVE - President 

944 N. ELEVENTH STREET 

STORAGE CAPACITY 100.000 BARRELS Special Attention given to 

Orders by Mail Promptly Attended To Millers, Shippers of Oysters and Truck 

CHRISTOPH KOCH CO. 

Dealers and Manufacturers of all kinds of 

SLACK BARRELS 

HALF-BARRELS - - KEGS 

Flour, Sugar, Oyster, Truck, Apple and Fish Barrels 

Office and Works : WATER ST. to SWANSON ST. Below McKean St. 

Bell Phone, 1552 Oregon PHILADELPHIA Keystone Phone, 7686 Main 

ESTABLISHED 1855 

Thomas Delahunty 

3821 RIDGE AVENUE PHILADELPHIA 



Til \ Garfield 2480 

Telephones:^ ^^^^^jj j^^^ 



PAUL W. BOUND 

Cut Stone 



3100 N. Rosehill St. Philadelphia 

155 



(Kensington 6681-W CONTRACT HAULING A SPECIALTY 

PHnNFS-^^"''*^' ^^''^ AUTOMOBILES 

\,Tacony 1422-R 

/. G. & M. H, WHINNEY 

Office: 605 Arch Street 

2058 E. CUMBERLAND STREET PHILADELPHIA 

WM. MacINTOSH CO. 

Manufacturing 
Lithographers 

1 13-1 15 ERIE STREET :: CAMDEN, N. J. 

MATUSOW BROS. 

PAPER AND WOOLEN 

MANUFACTURERS' SUPPLIES 

BOTH PHONES 
454-58 N. NINTH STREET PHILADELPHIA 

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 

156 




HUSKEYiMANUFACTURING 
COMPANY 

OFFICE PARTITIONS 

DRUG and 

STORE FIXTURES 

INTERIOR 
WOOD WORK 

Columbia Avenue and Howard Street 
COLUMBIA 1272 PARK 1144 



HENRY SPECHT. JR. 



DANIEL W. SPERRY 



SPECHT & SPERRY 

Contractors 
and Builders 

643 HEED BUILDING 

1213-15 FILBERT ST. PHILADELPHIA 



Contractors for the 

Morris Lasker Memorial Hall 



Bell Phone. Walnut 3083 



Laurel Soap Manufacturing Co. 

INCORPORATED 

WM. H. BERTOLET & SONS 
Textile Soaps and Oil Products 

Howard, Hope and Palmer Streets 
PHILADELPHIA 



James E. Tague & Co. 



i£ntnhtt and 
all 2i0HrJi 



Tenth and Columbia Ave. 



15; 



Philadelphia 



With Narrnw JTabrtr Co. 

Fast T^ A "O 17 O For Tying 
Color 1 X-\. MT .Cj O Vegetables 

931-937 Market St. Philadelphia 



Biberman Brothers Manufacturers of 

Wash Dresses 

FIFTEENTH AND MT. VERNON STREETS 



Compliments of.. 

S. M. BRACHMAN & CO. 

17 BANK STREET PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

HARRY COHEN & COMPANY 
WOOL TOPS 

Manufacturers of Worsted Yarns 
216 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. 

WILLIAM SKINNER & SONS 

MANUFACTURERS 

SILKS AND SATINS 
HOLvoKtwAss 1101-1105 Markct Street 

GLOBE KNITTING MILLS 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

1723-29 N. Philip St. Philadelphia, Pa. 

158 



THE EAGLE -RICHER LEAD COMPANY 

CORRODERS BY THE OLD DUTCH PROCESS OF 

White Lead 

AND MANUFACTURERS OF 

Sublimed White Lead and Blue Lead, Lead Oxides 
Pig Lead, Plumbers' Lead Goods and Slab Zinc 

Fourth and Cherry Streets 



WILLARD E. MAS TON 

Manager 



PHILADELPHIA 



General Offices 
CHICAGO 



"Save the surface and you save all" — Paint 6- Varnish 



NEW YORK 
40 White Street 



CHICAGO 
412 South Wells Street 



PHILADELPHIA 
Lehigh Ave. & Howard St. 



Ward-Davidson Company 




MANUFACTURERS OF 

TURKISH TOWELS, BATH 

RUGS, ROBING AND TERRY 

NOVELTIES 

PHILADELPHIA 



BELL PHONE, Lombard 0126 

WEINER & POLINER 



Men 
and 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



'cnir:;^: ciothing 



522 MARKET STREET 



411 LUDLOW STREET 



BAUER & WAGMAN 

1325 FEDERAL STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 



Compliments of 

S. Hirshenhorn & Sons 
209 N. THIRD STREET- 



J. R. GRUNDY 



Henry H.Sheip Mfg. Co. 



159 



F.W.Maurer&SonsCo. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

WINDOW SHADE TRIMMINGS 

TAPES, BINDINGS AND 

NARROW FABRICS 

OFFICE and SALESROOM : 

Wayne Ave. and Bristol St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



H.F. WALLISER 


COMPANY 


MANUFACTURERS OF 


Drapery and Upholstery 


TRIMMINGS 


FRINGES FOR RUGS, 


SHADES AND AWNINGS 


S. W. Cor. 23rd & Allegheny Ave. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 



STANDARD 
EVERYWHERE 



John Campbell & Co. 

2433 North Orianna Street 

PHILADELPHIA 

Chas. F. Credo, Mgr. 



Weimar Brothers 

Manufacturers of 

Tapes 

Bindings 

and 

Narrow Fabrics 

2046-48 AMBER STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 
Bell Telephone - Kensington 0265 

Eugene Vellner 

fiHanufacturcr 
vmh Importer 



iors, uye 
Stuffs and Chemicals 

1209-11-13 N. Fourth St, 

PHILADELPHIA 

Loopers 

Looper Cutters 

and 

Seamers 

John W. Hepworth 
& Co. 

NORTHWEST CORNER 

Lehigh Avenue and Mascher Street 

PHILADELPHIA 



160 



Fisher, Bruce 
& Company 

IMPORTERS AND 
WHOLESALERS OF 

China, Crockery, Glass- 
ware, Electric Lamps 
and Fixtures 

Silverware 

219-221 MARKET STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



Landis & Company 

Wholesale Dealers, Importers and 
Manufacturers' Agents of 

CARPETS, RUGS 

LINOLEUMS 

MATTINGS AND 

House furnishings 

Salesrooms 

45 NORTH THIRD STREET 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Bell Phone, Lombard 7863 

Metropolitan 

Electric Supply 

Company 

WHOLESALE 

Electric Supplies 

45 N. SEVENTH 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 



Established 1866 



Incorporated 1899 



lrei« 



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 ST., PHILADELPHIA 



re 



Foods 



CANNED GOODS 

COFFEE 

DRIED FRUITS 

Satisfy the Most Discriminating 
Consumer 

"THE ANSWER'S IN THE CAN" 

THOMAS ROBERTS & COMPANY 

Distributors 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



161 



GEORGE H. 
RAPSON 

Conveyancer 
and Real Estate 
Broker 

51 N. SIXTH ST. 

PHILADELPHIA 

COCOANUT 
SPECIALTY CO. 

Melrose 
Confections 

1214 CREASE STREET 

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 




HERMAN F. VOSS 

Trading as 

VOSS & MEIER 

Real Estate 
and Insurance Broker 

Agent For All 

Transatlantic Steamers 
NOTARIES PUBLIC 

3163 Frankford Ave. 

Garfiei*d°2305 PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Morris 
Brenner 

Manufacturer and Distributor of 

Wall Coverings 

526 to 536 S. 22d St. 

Philadelphia 

The Price Tells and the 
Service Counts 



Samuel W. Kooperman 



Herman Kooperman 



EDW. KOOPERMAN 
& SONS 

Painting -^^ Decorating 

ESTABLISHED 1890 
N. E. Cor. 29th and Poplar Streets 

PHILADELPHIA 



Bell Phone. 
Poplar 0188 



Keystone Phone. 
Race 5020 



162 



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 STREET 
342-346 N. AMERICAN STREET 



BELL PHONE 
KEYSTONE PHONE 

Standard Provision 
Company 

Franklin and Callowhill Streets 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

E. Hubschman & 
Sons 

Manufacturers 

FINE CALF 
LEATHERS 

S. W. Corner Orianna and 
Willow Streets 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



In Every Good Delicatessen 
Store Are , 

TONGUES 

THAT 

Speak for Us 

Bernard Pincus 

454 to 458 N. AMERICAN ST. 
PHILADELPHIA 

BELL PHONE, OGONTZ 1178 



Fancy Fruits 
and Vegetables 

HIGH-GRADE CANNED GOODS 
FRESH FISH and OYSTERS 

S. E. Cor. York Road and 
Greenwood Avenue 

JENKINTOWN, PA. 

Bell, Market 1738 Keystone. Main 2776 

FRED. STEIN 

WHOLESALE 

Fancy Poultry, Butter 
and Eggs 

Foreign and Domestic Cheese 

207 and 209 CALLOWHILL ST. 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



163 



A. W. Vandegrjft, 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 

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 



BELL PHONE W. S. HALLER 

MARKET 3081 H. J. S. HETRICK 

Victory Cigar Box Company 

245 RACE STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

T» C. KREWSON Manufacturer of 



Master Street L^d^^^s.^fe'lt^nafLiTdS 



801 and 803 
Master Str< 

Bell Phone Philadelphia Swinging stages, Jacks and 

JOHN MARTIN 

tracking Hox 

JManufacturer 

1 835 E. Ruan St. Frankford 

Bell Phone, Dickinson 0453 Keystone, Race 5651 A 

JOHN J. FODEY 
^'f^^' Boxes 



25th and Tasker Streets Philadelphia 

164 



ESTABLISHED 1853- 



S. S. REDIFER & CO. 
Last Maimers 

INDIVIDUAL LASTS MADE TO MEASURE 
5314 Westminster Avenue Philadelphia 

Wood Turning Specialties 
FLOOR LAMPS— PORTABLES— CANDLESTICKS 

The American Art Co. 

801-803 BROWN STREET PHILA., PA. 

North American Button M'fg Co., Inc. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

IVORY BUTTONS 

HOWARD & PALMER STS. PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Chas. Leibrick /^l T *1 * 1 O Tl Edward Leibrick 

Lhas. Leibnck & oro. 

DRA YMEN 

20 SOUTH WATER STREET PHILADELPHIA 

BELL PKONE, Market 6353 KEYSTONE PHONE, Main 8032 

FINK'S EXPRESS 

HAULING 

218 ARCH STREET PHILADELPHIA 

RANSOM-BARTON CO. 
Quality 

KITCHEN EQUIPMENT 
1211 R.4CE STREET PHILADELPHIA 

165 



JOHN FRIEDRICH 




llup AttrI|or 

ittn 
(gtttgrr Mt 

Triple Sec. 

PALE and DRY— 

for those 
who wish the best 



ESTABLISHED 1857 

Eilwood Allen 
Lumber Co. 

SAW and PLANING 
MILLS 

Building Lumber, White Pine 

Hardwood, Beaver Board 

Sash Doors, Shutters, Frames 

Moulding, Sheetrock 

TRENTON AVE. AND ANN ST. 
PHILADELPHIA 

Bell Phone, Garfield 1083 

Booth Bottling 
Company 

INCORPORATED 
Manufacturers of 

QUALITY 

SOFT DRINKS 

Clearfield and Ruth Streets 
PHILADELPHIA 



Bell Phone, Tioga 5993 
Keystone Phone, North 0057 



John Warner 



Hardwoods I I 

and Building LUniDCr 



Coal 



1707 HUNTING PARK AVE. 

PHILADELPHIA 



Doering & 
Beatty 



Third Street 

and Allegheny Avenue 

Philadelphia 

Have You Looked Over Our 
Line of DINING ROOM 

TABLES ? 

// not — why not 
Give Us a Call 

Philadelphia Table Co. 

INCORPORATED 

1609-11-13-15 N. FIFTH STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



166 



SEES & FABER CO. 

2008-10 N. FRONT STREET 

Hardware, Cutlery, Tools, Mills, Machinist, Auto and 
Radio Supplies 

HENRY B. PANCOAST CO. 

946-62 N. FRONT STREET PHILADELPHIA 

PIPE : VALVES : FITTINGS : PUMPS 

SKINNER IRRIGATION SYSTEMS 



MORRIS, WHEELER & CO. 

PHILADELPHIA 

IRON and STEEL 



CHERRY-BASSETT -WINNER COMPANY 

1918 MARKET STREET. PHILADELPHIA 

PITTSBURGH Trade BESTOV MarA BALTIMORE 

MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES FOR MILK PLANTS. ICE CREAM PLANTS 
AND STORES. DAIRIES AND CREAMERIES 

PAXSON'S SANITARY SWEEPING COMPOUND 
BROOMS, DUSTERS, BRUSHES 

KEEPS THE DUST DOWN RIGHT PRICES 

PAXSON MANUFACTURING CO. 

219 SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA 



ROBINSON BROS. 

WIDENER BUILDING 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

167 



-Bell Phone, Wyoming 1035- 



Thomas M. Keeley 
Contractor and Builder 

JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO 

4411 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia 



PAPER - BOX - MANUFACTURER 

iSiretnkfnrtt Au^. Sc ^rtun §t. iHrankfortt, Pht!ci. 

Both Phones WilllaiTi T. GOUM, Jr. ^^i-bUshed 1880 

Pure Hardwood QUAKER BRAND Charcoal Particularly 

Charcoal for Poultry Prot-bavc/l f/^»- "?»-o<»I 

and Live Stock REG'D U. S. PAT. OFFICE Prepared tor bteel 

ana i-ive otocK ^^^ ^Ij General 

CHARCOAL '"^pu^pors^"^ 

Office: S. E. Cor. Tioga & Belgrade Sts. - Philadelphia 



Wool Pullers and Hide Dealers 

Ontario St. below Richmond St. Philadelphia, Pa. 

MUTUAL RENDERING COMPANY, Inc. 

TALLOW RENDERERS 

Poultry and Hog Feeds : Fertilizers 
P. O. ADDRESS, STATION E PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



77205. Haltons Sons 

JACQUARD MACHINES 

Mascher Street below Oxford Street 
168 



ESTABLISHED 1875 

INCORF="ORATED 

PAPER BOXES 

CANDY BOXES OUR SPECIALTY 

713-715 Spring Garden Street Philadelphia 

GEORGE H. SNYDER 

PAPER BOXES 

3631-3639 N. SMEDLEY STREET PHILA., PA. 

TIOGA 5sre.5ST7 

F. SCHOETTLE, nc 

Paper Boxes and Mailing Tubes 

31 Florist Street Philadelphia 

Bell Phone, Market 0640 

PAPER BOXES 

M. P. PHILPOT & CO. 

J. F. ADAMS 

134 and 136 North Front Street 

Bell Phone, Market 4286 PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

PAPER - B OX - MANUFACTURER 



PHILADELPHIA ,wood, tilex 

^-^•1 I CEMENT I 

Olios V STAVE / 

Tanks— Feed Trucks— Ensilage Blower 

Special Prices Now- £. F. SCHLICHTER CO, 




;jl_-( ! 



Jl" Quick Service from our -^« .„,» ^, m-r 

Cl_ .. t Norristown Factory- 10 S. 18th St., Phlla. 

169 



UNION 

NATIONAL BANK 

PHILADELPHIA 



CAPITAL 


- 


$1,000,000 


SURPLUS 


- 


1 ,000,000 


RESOURCES 


- 


20,000.000 



J. S. McCULLOCH 

Presidenl 

HENRY F. MITCHELL LOUIS N. SPIELBERGER 

Vice-President Vice-President 

0. STUART WHITE FREDERICK FAIRLAMB 

Vice-President Cashier 

J. GEO. KRATTENMAKER 

Assistant Cashier 



STEAM, 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 



170 



PENNSYLVANIA 

WIRE ^fiU 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 

317 VINE STREET 

Telephone, Market 5465 PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



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 N. 61st Street Philadelphia, Pa. 



171 



ational Casket Company 



REPRESENTING-. 



THE BEST IN THE INDUSTRY 

BRANCHES IN ALL PRINCIPAL CITIES 



PHONES: Preston 4616 
West 440 



Sheet Metal Workers 

Lancaster Avenue and Baring Street Philadelphia, Pa. 



rs^ naraware 



237 ARCH STREET PHILADELPHIA 



•^ irivi 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Textile Machinery 

llth and Cambria Streets PHILADELPHL\, PA. 

KUNKEL'S— f/ie COAL of Quality 

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

J. E. KUNKEL 

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

172 






Builders' Ironwork Company, Inc. 

STRUCTURAL STEEL 
ORNAMENTAL IRON & WIRE WORK 
ARCHITECTURAL BRASS & BRONZE 

Carlton St. West of 24th St. 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

TELEPHONE CONNECTION 

GEORGE B. CLOP? 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Iron and Steel Work 



OFFICE AND WORKS 

3717-19-21-23 FILBERT STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 



C. H. Howell & Co. 



INCORPORATED 



Paint, Color and Varnish Makers 

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

ESTABLISHED 1876 



Smith, Hardican Company 

BUILDING 
CONSTRUCTION 

1809-11 CallowhiU St. Philadelphia, Pa. 

173 



ASK FOR 

Hires 

A Good Pure Drink 

ESTABLISHED 1866 

EDWARD ROBERTS 



WHOLESALE 



FRUITS and VEGETABLES 
220-222 Dock Street Philadelphia 

CELERY AND LETTUCE 

EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR 

A. E. FREEMAN 

RECEIVER AND DISTRIBUTER 



FRUITS and VEGETABLES 

151 DOCK STREET : PHILADELPHIA : 134 WALNUT STREET 

FRANK C. SPADARO 



FRUIT 



126 DOCK STREET 

174 




COLCaSFIAL 

ICE-CREAM 

Philadelphia's Best 




One Organization Behind Both 
Unexcelled Products 

SUPPLEE -WILLS -JONES 




ICE 
CREAM 



Consistently Superior 
since 1866 



BREYERS 

MILK 



HENRY W. BREYER, President 



GOOD Morning, Noon 
and Night 



175 




ENSILAGE CUTTER 



PENNSYLVANIA AND 
LITTLE GIANT 

Threshers and Cleaners 

HEEBNER SPECIAL 

Undershot Thresher and 
Cleaner, Cutter, Blower 
and Wind Stacker 

HEEBNER & SONS 

LANSDALE, PA. 



Union Chemical Works 

High Grade Fertilizers 

ALL KINDS OF 
FERTILIZER MATERIALS 

NORTH WALES, PA. 



Puii^peLPifiA 



-Year 
Guarantee 

All Makes Batteries Repaired and Recharged 

Charles B. Moyer rS'r?Kj:j 

Electrical Contractor 30 E, State Street, Doylestown 



GILL PISTON 
RINGS 



PRINTING 

of Quality 



tflT Mail and Telephone Orders 
^ given the same prompt and 
careful attention as if delivered 
personally to our office. 



NORMAN B. NUSS 

203 SOUTH MAIN STREET 
BELL TELEPHONE 154 NORTH WALES, PENNA. 

m 



North Wales Planing MOI 

ESTIMATING OFFICE: 
253 South Sixth Street, Philadelphia 

Bell, Lombard 5492 TELEPHONES Keystone, Main 4393 



Factory: NORTH WALES, PA. 

TELEPHONE North Wales 4 

Manufacturers of 

SPECIAL DETAIL MILL and 
CABINET WORK 



Estimates Furnished 



JOSEPH WINDHOLZ 

Painting and Paperhanging 

PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, Etc. 
Doylestown, Pa. 

C. O. STRUSE & SONS 

• BRICK ^^m^^m^ COAL AND 

MANUFACTURERS ^,^^^ ^^ . . BUILDERS' 

Yards- muBon OInntrartnrs s^^*-^'^^ 

^=^^==^^==== Yards : 

Jamestown Street |<jli:?^!:^i:$ll<^l<^l^l^i:^ 

Roxborough 4002 Ridge Avenue 

Philadelphia 
Asylum Pike and SchurS Lane 

""phiiaXhr" MANAYUNK - PHILADELPHIA M^naVu^r 

177 



SLATE ROOFS 

NEVER WEAR OUT 



SLATE has been utilized as a roofing material 
ever since the sixteenth century — some build- 
ings which were erected in England in that 
period are still standing and have the original 
SLATE on the roof ! 

Could better proof of durability be asked •* 



y -VETsIDORSlArE-C^- E3 

•Eastotm * Pennsvlva-nia.* 



OL ROSENBERGER'S SONS 



Plastering -"'^ Concreting 

CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS 
BUILDING MATERIALS and COAL 



LANSDALE - - PENNA, 



178 



ESTATE OF GEO. S. SNYDER 

Hatfield Mills, Coal and Lumber Yards 

LUMBER OF QUALITY : MILL FEEDS 

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. 

Norrlstown Magnesia and Asbestos Co. 
ASBESTOS PRODUCTS 

PIPE AND BOILER COVERINGS 
Heat and Cold Insulations 

NORRISTOWN, PA. 

Townsend Manufacturing Company 

HATFIELD, PA. 

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 

BELL TELEPHONE, 815 R 5 

OT T -1 BREAD and CAKE 

. Henriksen bakery 

Steam Baked— Fresh Every Day 
PLUMSTEADVILLE, PA. 

179 



Established 1872 Sltttc and Tin 

ROOFING 



Histand Bros. 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



SPOUTING 

Copper Cable Lightning 
Rods 



W. A. BRECHT HENRY L. FREED 

President TRADE " KR UPP" MARK Secy, and Treas. 

KRUPP FOUNDRY CO. 

Manufacturers of 

High-Grade Cast Iron Soil Pipe and Fittings 

IRON CASTINGS FOR THE PLUMBING SUPPLY TRADE 
LANSDALE, PA. 

H. B. ROSENBERGER 

Coal, Hay, Straw, Cement, "T^ ^ ^ ^J Terra Cotta Pipe, Brick, 
Sand, Stone, Lime T C C V* Flue Lining, Etc. 

BELL PHONES :[omc^-^i89^ Doylcstown, Pa. 

JOHN T. RODROCK 

Excavating and Grading 
Landscaping and Team Work 

Phone 292 R-2 DOYLESTOWN, R. F. D. No. 1 

Doylestown Steam Laundry 

OFFICE AND PLANT 

201-05 North Broad Street 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

Hotel and Institution Work 





Phone 221 


"DOLLAR 




Dodge Brothers Motor Vehicles 
A. N. HELLYER 

Authorized Dealer 


for 

DOLLAR" 


IX>YLESTOWN - PENNA. 


• 




180 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

Wildman Mfg. Co. 
NORRISTOWN 

PA., U. S. A. 



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. 



F. D. HartzeFs 
Sons Co. 

FLOUR, FEED, COAL, SEEDS, 

FERTILIZER AND 

BUILDERS' SUPPLIES 

CHALFONT, PA. 



KRUPP, 


A. C. Godshall & Co. 


MEYERS & 
HOFFMAN 


INCORPORATED 

J. L. GAUMER : General Manager 


Lumber and Builders' Supplies 


DEALERS IN 

Grain, Flour, Feed 


COAL, FEED, ICE 
KINDLING WOOD 


Coal, Hay, Building 
Material, Etc. 


STEEL SASH 




LANSDALE, PA. 


LANSDALE : PA. 


TELEPHONES 
DP, J ( Residence. 99J KEYSTONE 
'^^^^ \ Office. 38J Office. 24M 


WHEN IN DOYLESTOWN, DO 
YOUR TRADING AT 



Machinery 



Doylestown, Pa. 



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 



181 



Special Attention to Telephone Orders 
Store 107-J Residence 193-R 

H. R. GEHMAN 

Manufacturer T T _ 

of Marness 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Collars, Whips, Blankets, Trunks, Bags, 

Auto Robes and Auto Supplies, Etc. 

Automobile Tires and Tubes 

DOYLESTOWN, PENNA. 



JOS. H.FRETZ 



Real Estate 



AMBLER, PA. 

C. S. WETHERILL 

Lumber, Coal and 
Cement .... 

Building M aterials 
DOYLESTOWN, PENNA. 

Phone 137 W 

PRICE BROS. 

Fruit and Produce 

23 W. state Street 

DOYLESTOWN, PENNA. 

Bell Phone, Doylestown 35S 

W. H. WATSON 

Dealer in 

Automobiles 

HUPMOBILE HANDLEY-KNIGHT 

OVERLAND AND WILLYS-KNIGHT 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



PETER HELLBERG 
Florist 



CHALFONTE. PA 



Carnations and Sweet Peas a Speciality 



Bell Phones— Yard 378-Jl Residence I95-J 

WM. J. HOHLEFELDER 

Coal, Lumber 
Mill Work 

Terra Cotta Pipe, Flue Lining, Cement, 
Sand, Etc. 

Saw Mill Attached — Custom Sawing Done 

NEW BRITAIN. PA. 



Special Attention to 

Telephone Orders 

330 



Luncheons, Receptions 
and Dinners Served 



CHAS. AND ALICE BRASHEARS 
. . . Caterers . . . 



Dishes, Silver and 
Linen to Hire 



103 E. Oakland Ave., 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



Bell Phone 285 W 

Gustave Sanders 

PHOTO STUDIO 

Doylestown, . . . Penna. 

Bell, Lombard 1 1 73 Keystone, Main 2589 

J. ALBERT METAL CO. 

Dealers in 

RUBBER and 
METALS .... 

717 South Seventh Street 
PHILADELPHIA 



182 



Dr. Wesley Massinger 



Veterinarian 

CHALFONT, - - PENNA. 

Bell Phone 286 W 

HARRY R.BARRETT 

/•aints, Oi7s1Jq„ J-^QfO Genera/ 

Glass lialUVValC Supplies 

Cor. Ashland and Main Sts. 
DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

WM. P. ELY & SON 



Ready-to-Wear Clothing 

for 
Men, Boys, Children 

Gents' Furnishing 
Goods, Hats, Caps, 

Boots and Shoes 



Dealers 



0pp. P. & R. Depot DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



For Economical Transportation 



CHEVROLET 



HAYMAN MOTOR CO. 

28 S. Main Street 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

FINEST GARAGE SERVICE 



The Dungan Fertilizer Co. 

Manufacturers of 

High Grade Fertilizer 
and Chicken Meat 

DOYLESTOWN, - PENNA. 



W. H. Zimmerman 

STEAM AND HOT PItimhin€r 
WATER HEATING r i-UmolTlg 

Dealer in All Kinds of 

Pumps, Water Wheels, 
Hydraulic Rams, Etc. 

109 E. Main St., Lansdale, Pa. 



THOMAS LYONS 

Watches : : Clocks 
Jewelry and Silverwear 

REPAIRING A SPECIALTY 



DOYLESTOWN, 



PA. 



JOHN T. DAUB 

Hardware and House 
Furnishing Goods 

MAIN AND BROAD STREETS 
Bell Phone Lansdale, Pa. 

Established 1892 

5. H, SWARTLEY 

MANUFACTURER OF and DEALER IN 

Pure Cider and Cider Vinegar 

New Barrels and Kegs 

Cider Mill and Warehouse, 228 to 240 Wood St. 
DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

J. F. MOORE 

Department 
Store .... 

Main and State Streets 

Best Goods Procurable 
At Cash Prices 



DOYLESTOWN, 



PENNA. 



183 



Executes Trusts 



Pays Interest on Deposits 



Insures Title* 



Bucks County Trust Company 

Authorized Capital, $250,000; Paid-in Capital, $125,000; Surplus, $200,000 

HENRY A. JAMES, President OSCAR O. BEAN, First Vice-President 

C. S. WETHERILL, Second Vice-President 

GEORGE H. MILLER, Secretary and Treasurer HARRY C. GARNER, Asst. Secretary 

DOYLESTOWN, PENNA. 

DOYLESTOWN TRUST COMPANY 



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 



GEORGE SOMMER 

Fancy Print Butter 
Ice Cream and Cheese 

WHOLESALE - - RETAIL 

DOYLESTOWN - - PENNA. 

weier man 
Hosiery Company 

1320-26 N. Lawrence St. 
PHILADELPHIA 

MINK SMELTING 
REFINING WORKS 

N. E. Corner 
18th and Washington Ave. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Bell, Belmont 8623 

EDWARD PROBINSKY 

WHOLESALE 

BOTTLE DEALER 

854 North 48th Street 

PHILADELPHIA - - PA. 

Carload Lots a Specialty 



Bell Phone, POPLAR 0501 

WM. J. WANG 

1428 Columbia Avenue 

ICE CREAM, WATER ICES 
FANCY CAKES 



Philadelphia 



Pa 



Bell Phone, Oregon 0725 

JOH ' A LUSCH 
Period Furniture 



Interior 
Woodwork 



Chair 
Frames 



1423-27 CARPENTER ST, 

PHILADELPHIA 



No Job Too Large 



No Job Too Small 



CHARLES HARBURG 

!l2^ Plumbing & Heating Contractor 
210 BROWN STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Bell, Market 4848 Keystone. Park 437 



Bell, Market 1110 



Keystone, Park 10«S 



M. YELLIN 

General Contractor 
and Builder 

712 N. FRANKLIN STREET 



184 



Rob't Shoemaker & Co., Inc. 



James Lees & Sons Co. 

BRIDGEPORT. PA. 

UNION PAVING CO. 

30th and Locust Streets, Philadelphia 



D. ATLAS & CO. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

QUAKER BRAID CO. 
N. HALPERT 

714 Sansom Street 

Industrial Cold Storage and 
Warehouse Co. 

H. SHERMAN 

223 North Second Street 
PHILADELPHIA 



Furlong Wall Paper Mills 

INCORPORATED 



E. S. PERKINS 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

NATIONAL BEDDING 
COMPANY 

MAX ROUNICK 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

A. WEINFELD & SON 

i. J. HORSTMANN 
A. BERKMAN 

6623 Greene Street 
GERMANTOWN 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

Trenton Crockery Company 



NICE & SCHREIBER 

23 SOUTH WATER STREET 

Mr. and Mrs. John Ellis 

6814 NORTH BROAD STREET 

AMSTERDAM BROS. 

274 SOUTH 20th STREET • 

Compliments of S. BROS. 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

Chabrow Brothers 
Compliments of B. BROS. 



SOL. LEVY 

Manufacturer of 

FEATHER DUSTERS 

Amber Dye Works 

INCORPORATED 



FRED. GEIGER 



United Drug Supply Co. 

FRANKLIN AND THOMPSON STS. 



Compliments of W. R. C. 



Harbison's Dairies 



185 



Bell, 77S4 Market 
Keystone, 9023 Main 

H, B. BAUER & CO. 

Oil Cloths 

and Linoleum 



Wood and Willow Ware, 
Washing Machines, Etc. 



14 N. Sixth St. 



Phila. 



New York Office, 366 Broadway 

Brownhill & Kramer 

Manufacturers of 

HOSIERY 



East Columbia Ave. 
Memphis and Orange Streets 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

The Perkiomen 
Trunk & Bag Co. 

INCORPORATED 

27 So. Fourth Street 
Philadelphia 

A. K. SCHWENK 
COMPANY 

32 N. SIXTH STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



W. BODEK CO. 

Hosiery 

53-55 N. Third Street 
PHILADELPHIA 



William Osborne, Jr, 
Knitting Co,, Inc. 

Manufacturers of 

BATHING SUITS and JERSEYS 

Office and Factory 

1116-1122 W. Montgomery Ave. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

CHARLES T. ROBINSON 

^iagging 

107-109 Walnut Street 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

BELL PHONE, LOMBARD 1363 

CHAS. NEMCOF 

21 and 23 S. Third Street 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Bell Phone, Market 1897 

Feldenheimer & Bulkin 

MAKERS OF 

COATS, SUITS 
AND DRESSES 

121 N. SEVENTH STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 

Apaca Knitting MiUs 

Manufacturers of 

KNITTED OUTERWEAR 

MUFFLERS, GOLF HOSE 

S. E. Cor. Mascher and Turner Sts. 
Philadelphia 



186 



Young & Keim 

PAPER BOX 

Manufacturers 

307 ARCH STREET 
Philadelphia 



Oil! 



Soaps 



Greases 



Penn Petroleum and 
Supply Co. 

1224-1230 WASHINGTON AVENUE 

PHILADELPHIA 

Enterprise Paper Co. 

Manufacturers and Distributors of 



P 



aper and 

aper 

roducts 



CALLOWHILL AT THIRD STREET 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



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 



Keystone Phono 
Main 444 



Bell Phone 

Market 1008 



A. C. NOWLAND CO. 

Cotton Seed Oil Products 
—AND BAKERS' SPECIALTIES— 

257-259 N. FRONT ST. 

M. W. DINSE, DL ., J I . • D 

Manager Philadelphia, Pa. 



Lombard 



5796 
5797 



Telephones 



J. T. RILEY 

LUMBER 

620 AND 622 PINE STREET 
Philadelphia 

Established 1883 

John Galbraith 

WOODEN BOXES, CRATES 
AND SHOOKS 

619 COMMERCE STREET 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

All Sizes PIPE New and Second Hand 

FOR ALL PURPOSES 

Furnished with New Threads and Couplings 
or Cut to Specifications 

FITTINGS, VALVES, ETC. 

Frank Griffith 

412 to 424 MOVER STREET 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Bell Phone, Frankford 0157 

WILLIAM B. KOEHLER 

WHOLESALE GROWER 

Pot Plants 

1634 Bridge Street Frankford, Phila. 



187 



M. KRAKOVITZ & SON 

Jobbers in POLISHED PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS 

KRAKOVITZ _ „ 

Keystone TRADE MARK— BRAND REG. PAT. OFF. "*" 

Main 1729 r^ • 1 1^ 1 Oregon 8767 

Krystal- Kleer 

All Kinds of Glass for Builders' Use Plate Glass for Furniture Tops 

Fourth and Morris Streets 

Bell, Lombard 7902 Keystone, Main 8515 

RISSER & RABINOWITZ 

DRESSERS PACKERS DISTRIBUTORS 

Fancy Milk Fed Poultry 

SALESR O OMS : OFFICES : 

401-403 S. Front Street 101-103 Pine Street 

PHILADELPHIA 

Bell, DIAMOND 1927 

S. YELLIN 

Builder 

SPECIAL FACTORY WORK 

3125 Montgomery Avenue Philadelphia 

CONTINENTAL DYE WORKS ^- -T"^ 

T. A. HARRIS COMPANY 
1C1 U/ TU^**^r>t>^*> Qfv/3tff Works: HANCOCK, MASCHER and 

151 W . I nompson street Thompson sts., phila. 

All Colors Dyed on Wool and Cotton Yarns, Hosiery Jersey 
Cloth and Eiderdown, Athletic Sweater and Cardigan Yarns 

BLEACHINC OF HOSIERY AND KNIT GOODS 

DA VID S. CANTOR 

SHOE JOBS AND NOVELTIES 

A L WAY S ON HAND 

BELL TELEPHONE 311 ARCH SXKEEX 

MARKET 3425 PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Compliments of 

A. Rose & Son, Inc. 

TWENTY-THIRD & CLEARFIELD STS. 

Kensirxgton 0152 PHILADELPHIA 

183 



7 

below 

Girard Ave. 



Bell, Market 4S0S Keystone, Park ' ^^^^ 

I 6027 

Bershad's Bath, Inc. 

TURKISH and J^rthhc Electric Cabinet Bath 
RUSSIAN -QqtAlA Our Specialty 

ARTESIAN WATER IN ALL SWIMMING POOLS 

NEVER CLOSED FOR MEN AND WOMEN 



JOHN WILLIAMS , Ho„.s. Dealings 

insure ruture Patronage 



Office and Yard: 
Twenty-fifth and Dauphin Streets 
Philadelphia 



Coal 



Keystone Phone, Bell Phone, 

Main 5166-5167 Lombard 4426-4427 



H. PERILSTEIN 

POLISHED PLATE 

Jobber .n ^p^p WINDOW 



POLISHED PLATE |^ 1 » O C 



Warehouse, 5 1 5 S. SixtH Strcct 

510-518 South Randolph Street PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



-Phones- 



MONUMENTAL WORKS OF 

B. REIBSTEIN 



Office: 



Two Show Rooms: 



425 S. SIXTH STREET 
425 S. SIXTH STREET HAR NEBO CEMETARY 



Bell Phone 8766 Bell Phone 8766 

A. SCHMERLING & CO. Central Plumbing Supply Co. 

LUMBER and MILL WORK PLUMBING and HEATING SUPPLIES 

COR. TWELFTH AND SPRING GARDEN STS. 

A. SCHMERLING PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



All If You Contemplate Installing a We are Sole Distributors of the 

KING KOAL 



HEATING, U 

FURNACE 



•THAT'S OUR BUSINESS" 
Get Our Prices 



PIPE OR PIPELESS 



KARBURETOR 

A Coal Saving Device which is easily 
attached (while fire is burning) to any [yft 

"We Do It Right and Guarantee It" Get Our Prices They Are Lowest ' ^J:"^ /amToaS cKore^HlT. 

FRED'K SABIN & CO., Inc. 

HOWARD MILLER, President 237-239-241 BREAD STREET 

1S9 



Bell, Market 614 



Keystone, Main 3624 



D. Becker & Sons 

Manufacturers of 

UPHOLSTERED 
FURNITURE 

1151 to 1161 N. THIRD STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

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. 

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. 



Jas. S. McCauley 



J. Irvine Crummer 



ESTABLISHED 1857 

J. & W. McCAULEY 

PACKING BOX 

MANUFACTURERS 

963-971 FRANKFORD AVENUE 

PHILADELPHIA 

BELL PHONE, MARKET 1570 

S. SMITH 

DEALER l^ 

Diamonds, Watches 
Clocks and Jewelry 

1046 NORTH SECOND STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 



Bell Telephone, Frankford 0197 

Sylvania Dyeing Co. , Inc. 

DYERS and BLEACHERS 

of 

SILK HOSIERY 

4351 ELIZABETH STREET 

FRANKFORD, PHILADELPHIA 



Bell, Market 1373 
Keystone, Main 1725 

WILLIAM J. KEES 
PACKING BOX 

MANUFACTURER 

111-13-15-17 N. ORIANNA ST. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

MAHLON A. YOUNG 

Manufacturer 

RAW WATER ICE 

Dealer, Shipper of 

NATURAL ICE 

1944-52 N. PHILIP STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 

NATURAL ICE DEPOTS 

American and Berks Sts. Twenty-third and York Sts. 

KEYSTONE PHONE, PARK 438 

HARRY WOLDORF 

DEALER IN 

SCRAP IRON : METALS 

Office, 1740-42-44 N. SECOND ST. 

Yard, 1741-43-45 N. PHILIP STREET 
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. 



190 



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. 



J. 


Bloom & Sons 




BOTTLES 


1211-13 Bainbridge Street 



L. Berger & Son 
BARRELS 

134 MOORE STREET 
Philadelphia 



J. BENDER 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

RAGS, PAPER, IRON 

and METALS 

2521 RIDGE AVENUE PHILA. 



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 



OfTice: Bell. Kens. 0702 



Rc5.: Bell, Kens. 1889 



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: 1230-36 Germantown Ave. 
PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

Bell, Oregon 5134 Keystone, Main 6104 

Oregon 8454-W 

J. Frank & Son 

Bottlers of 
SOFT DRINKS 

612-616 MOORE STREET 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

JACOB L. CAPLAN 

Proprietor 

Queen Metal and Rubber Co. 

COTTON T^^cSCt 

and WOOLEN IVClgs 

234-236 Queen St. Phila., Pa. 

Bell Phone, Lombard 2402 

Enterprise Fish Co. 

ISADORE KOFF - Proprietor 

Wholesale Commission Dealers in 

FISH 

No. 4 Dock St. Fish Market 



FRESH AND p;«| Q¥¥ TERRAPIN, 
SALT WATER * lOX^ GAME, &c. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

Isaac G. Ferguson 

Teamster and Rigger 
Front and Palmer Streets 



191 



Henry Kraan Furniture Co. 

INCORPORATED 

Manufacturer t of 

Dining Room 
Furniture 

N. E. Cor. Sixth and Master Streets 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

JOHN H. RICHTER 

HEATERS, RANGES 
and SPOUTING . . . 

TIN AND SLAG ROOFING 

3021 West York Street and 
2308 North Twenty-eighth Street 

PHILADELPHIA 

BELL PHONE 

ALBERT F. KAERCHER 

ROOFING Safety Guard Appliances 
HEATING Sheet Metal Work . . 



OFFICE 

2904-06 West Fletcher Street 
PHILADELPHIA 



H. Toggweiler 

HEATERS 
RANGES 
ROOFING 

3 1 20 Ridge Avenue 

PHILADELPHIA 



For Quality 



ASK FOR 



§>\xnixtt 



M. Halpern & Son 

Manufacturers of 

Davenports, Couch Frames, Over- 
stuffed Suits and Box Springs 

Fireside Chairs — All 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 



BELL PHONE 



GAS FITTER 



Chas. J. Williams 

SAN I TAR Y PL UMBER 
Steam and Hot -Water Heating 

2237-41 N. Thirtieth Street 
PHILADELPHIA 



Chas. Shaw & Son 

Wholesale Grocers 



Mistletoe Canned Goods 

2310-2312 N. EIGHTH ST. 

PHILADELPHIA. PA. 



Bell, Diamond 4320 



Kev5tone, Park 4333 



THE KRUGER & BUND CO. 

GENERAL MACHINISTS 

ALL MAKES OF ENGINES, 
ICE MACHINES AND PUMPS REPAIRED 

Office and Works : 

511-513 Master St., Phaadelphia, Pa. 



Bell Phone, Market 2977 

Jobbing Promptly Attended to 

CHARLES JANN 

Sanitary Plumber 

Steam and Hot Water Heating 

Gas Fitting 

412 GREEN STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



192 



Bell, Lombard 5686 Keystone, Main 4288 

MITTEN BROS. 

LUMBER 

Mill Work and Beaver Board 

773 SOUTH SECOND STREET 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

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. 

BOTH PHONES 

Standard Packing Box Co. 

Manufacturers of the kind of 

BOXES 

you want when you want them 

1605-1607 N. FRONT ST. 
PHILADELPHIA 

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 



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 



Bell, Lombard 2916 George H. Buzby 

Lombard 2917 Louis M. Buzby 

Keystone, Main 7589 G. Harold Buzby 

C. M. Buzby & Sons 

LUMBER and MILL WORK 
BEAVER BOARD 

612-632 WASHINGTON AVE. 
Philadelphia 

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. 

Bell, Oregon 0374 Keystone, Main 9132 

American Pipe and 
Supply Co. 

Plumbing and Heating 

Supplies 

1420 SOUTH EIGHTH STREET 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



193 



Both Phones 



;1K 



amuei Kramer 



& Co. 



Jobbers and Commission Merchants of 

CARPETS, RUGS 
AND LINOLEUM 

Importers of 

GRASS RUGS AND MATTINGS 

40-42 N. Third Street Philadelphia 



F. BRECHrS SONS 



CIGAR BOX 

MANUFACTURERS 
109-113 NORTH ORIANNA STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 

"Quality is remembered when price 
is forgotten" 

FINNESEY & KOBLER 

INCORPORATED 

AUTO BODIES 
AND WAGONS 

26th AND PARRISH STS. PHILA. 
JACQUARD THREAD 

R. J. Ederer 
Thread Co. 

Flax Spinners and Manufacturers of 
Linen Threads 

Unity and Elizabeth Streets 
Frankford, Phila. 



FRANK KELLEY, Jr. 
President 



FRANK KELLEY 
Secretary and Treasurer 



Peerless Belt Lacing Machine Co. 

Manufacturers of the 

PEERLESS BELT LACER 

Coiled Wire Lacing, Spiral Needles and Rawhide Pins 

SWANSON & MOORE STS. 

Telephone Connection PHILADELPHIA, PA. 
Cable Address: " COGS " Philadelphia 



ALEX. E. BASS 

MANUFACTURING CO. 

CHILDREN'S and MISSES' 

DRESSES 

Office and Factory 

706 MARKET STREET 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Oscar Nebel Company, Inc. 

Manufacturers of 

FULL- FASHIONED 



SILK HOSIERY 

Fifth, Courtland and Annsbury Streets 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Founded 1837 

BETZOLD BROS. 



Dr 



Cleaners 



OF FUR SKINS 

3525-27-29 N. SECOND STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



NEW YORK 



CHICAGO 



LOS ANGELES 



OEHRLE BROTHERS 

COMPANY 

PHILADELPHIA 

Upholstery Trimmings Rope Portieres 



Bell Phones, Oregon 2927-4277-6645 

ALLEN BROS. 

AVhoIesale 

CONFECTIONERS 

CIGARS : TOBACCO 

Special Prices to Churches, Lodges, Etc. 
23rd and TASKER STREETS 



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ESTABLISHED 1817 

Monroe Bros. & Co. 

Wholesale Distributors of 

SHOES and RUBBER 
FOOTWEAR 

49 NORTH THIRD STREET 
Philadelphia 



Alfred C. Haines 



PLATE and WINDOW 



GLASS 



56 NORTH FRONT STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



Bell Phone 
Market 2172 



Specialties 
FELT SLIPPERS 



H. Heicklen 

Wholesale 

SHOE STORE SUPPLIES 

Specialties 

Infants' & Children's Shoes 
421 Market St. Philadelphia, Pa. 

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 

Frank H. Stewart Electric Co. 



37 and 39 N. SEVENTH ST. 

OLD MINT BUILDING, PHILADELPHIA 



Jas. L. Wilson & Co. 
DRY GOODS 

COMMISSION 
MERCHANTS 

239 CHESTNUT STREET 
Philadelphia 

George Fastman 
& Sons 

WHOLESALE 

FLOOR COVERINGS 

116 North Second St. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Armon, Wolf & Co. 

IMPORTERS & JOBBERS 
ON FLOOR COVERINGS 



13 & 15 Bank St. 

PHILADELPHIA 



Q^ompliments of 

ELIAS WILF 

209 and 211 CHESTNUT ST. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

H. B. Hanford Co. 

WHOLESALE 
Rubber Footwear 

427 MARKET STREET 
Philadelphia 



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Poultr y, Butter and Eggs 

A. R. HEISEY 

Wholesale Commission Merchant 

S. W. Cor. 
Second and Callowhill Sts. 

PHILADELPHIA 

Bell Phone, Keystone Phone, 

Market 1043 Main 2307 



107 S. New York Ave. Bell Phone 

Atlantic CitT, N. J. POPLAR Keystone Phone 

Bell Phone, 1448-W 0950 

TRY 

G. E. BROWNBACK 

K: Famous Golden Butter 

RIDGE AVE. FARMERS' MARKET 

1810 Ridge Ave., Philadelphia 

A Phone Call or Postal Will Receive Prompt Attention 



C. HYMAN 



H. LIEBERMAN 



HYMAN & LIEBERMAN 

Wholesale Commission Merchants in 

FRUITS and PRODUCE 

127 DOCK STREET 

Telephone Connections PHILA., PA. 



Established 1892 



Both Phones 



S. SKLAROFF & SONS 

Smoked Fish Establishment 

Importers of Scotch HFRRINfl 
and Holland niLIMXli'NVa 

712-714 S. SECOND STREET 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Keystone, Park 362 Bell. Kensington 5 1 36 

Miller & Greenstein 

Successors to SAMUEL MILLER 

WHOLESALE 

GROCERS 



N. W. Cor. Girard Ave. and Howard St. 
PHILADELPHIA 



F. E. DOERSAM & BRO. 

Wholesale Dealers in 

Poultry and Game 

'■ IN SEASON 

202 CALLOWHILL STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



Isaac M. SheafTer 



Stanley Marvel 



Sheaffer & Marvel 

Wholesalers and Jobbers 

BUTTER AND EGGS 

106 N. Delaware Avenue 

Philadelphia 

Phones: References: 

Keystone, Main 3561 Union Nat. Bank, Phila. 

Bell, Market 1166 Dun's & Bradstreet's 

Members Phila. Produce Exchange 



Bell, Oregon 2354 



Keystone, Main 2721 



Julius Lackow Harry Kimmelman 

Max Cohen 

South Philadelphia 
Dressed Beef Company 

ABATTOIR AND OFFICE 

232 TO 240 MOORE STREET 



Both Phones 



Established 1885 



B.C.Friedman & Sons 

PASSOVER MATZO 

BAKERY .... 

616-18-20-22-24 S. 7th St. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

L. SACKS & SONS 

Hardware and 
Plumbing Supplies 

1417 South Eighth Street 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Telephones: 
Dickinson 6815 Keystone, Main 2439 



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Royal Boot Shop 

SECOND FLOOR. SAVES YOU MORE 



1208-10 Chestnut Street 

- USE ELEVATORS OR STAIRS 



J. WOLFF MOORE 

1639 NORTH BROAD STREET 



FLOWERS 

DECORATIONS 

PHILADELPHIA 



PHONE BELL, LOMBARD 6690 

The Louden Machinery Co. 



R. H. MacDONALD, Mgr. 

Special Expert Personal Service 

W. F. CRANE 

Louden Jobber 

"Fi'priifhinP fnr fhp Rnrn" ^^° lafayette building 

r^ltryimng JUr LflL Ljarn Pltth and chestnut Philadelphia, Pa 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



EMIL GUENTHER 



26lh AND GRAY'S FERRY ROAD, PHIUDELPHIA, PA. 



Bell Phone, Filbert 2609 



Keystone, Race 6033 



D. L. HANLEY Butter, Eggs, Poultry 

1032-1043 Terminal Market, Philadelphia 

National Molasses Corporation 

207 Walnut Place, Philadelphia, Pa. 

IMPORTERS and DISTRIBUTORS 
HIGH GRADE WEST INDIA MOLASSES FOR CATTLE FEEDING 




Bell Phone, Filbert 5104 



OIW 



Sanitary Refrigerators 

are sold only at the McCray Salesrooms 
206 SOUTH ELEVENTH STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 
197 



Compliments of 

A FRIEND 



"ABOVE ALL" 

BOLD CIGAR 

2 for 15 Cents 

Before You Order See 

FINNEY & SON 

FOUNDED 18S0 

MONUMENTS 

Twelfth & Spring Garden Streets Philadelphia 

Reasonable Prices Modern Plans Convenient to All Cemeteries 

Beeclimooa 

Furnaces Enameled Ranges 

QUAKERTOWN STOVE WORKS 

QUAKERTOWN, PA. 

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J5he 

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. ROBINSON 

President Treasurer 



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PRESSMAN' GUTMAN 
SILK CO. 



PHILADELPHIA 



Quality Silks at 
"Prices Consistently Lower Than Elsewhere" 

QUAKER SILKS 

1104 ARCH STREET 



MARCELLE SHOP 
EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY 

1308 WALNUT STREET PHILADELPHIA 

WOMEN'S WIDE ANKLE SHOES 

Style and Comfort 

IMPROVED CUSHION SHOE STORE 

37 South Ninth Street Philadelphia 



SEE SPEARE TO SEE RIGHT Phone, Walnut 6683 

Speare Optical Co. .. Kryptok 

OPTOMETRISTS and OPTICIANS .'. Invisible Bifocals 

S. E. Cor. Tenth and Arch Streets Toric Lenses 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

HARRY LINSK 
& COMPANY 

40 North Sixth Street Philadelphia 

Caledonia 
Woolen Mills 

Clifton Heights 
Delaware County, Pa. 

200 



Bell Telephone, Diamond 4521 

JOHN H. 


PEOPLES BANK 

AND TRUST COMPANY 


KLINGER 

Interior 

Decorations 


Commercial Banking 
Savings Department 

Safe Deposit Vaults 

Title Insurance 

Foreign Exchange 

Steamship Tickets 


Wall Papers and 
Cretonnes 


12lh and ARCH STREETS 
9th and Walnut Sts 7lh St and Girard Ave 


1637 WEST DAUPHIN STREET 


5th and Bainbridge Sts. 7th and Wolf Sts. 


PHILADELPHIA 


MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE 
SYSTEM 




Everybody Plays | 



The Genuine "Mogul" Set 



$ 



5 



COMPLETE 

Outfit, as pictured, 
consisting of 144 tiles, 
dice and counters, in 
handsome case. 



Free Book of Rules 
With Every Set 

At last a real set at a price within 
the reach of every one. Tiles are 
metal, practically indestructible, with 
baked enamel faces. Washable: will 
not warp or come apart. A hand- 
some, durable set that will last a life- 
time. Order a set today and you will 
be provided with amusement and en- 
tertainment. 

Black Wooden Racks 

supplied upon request 

at $1.25 per set 



Parcel Post Prepaid — ^Money Back Upon Request 

CHINESE GAME CO. OF PHILADELPHIA 

Dealers Wanted. Write for Particulars ^___ 

Dept. N. F. S., 5441 Chancellor St., Philadelphia 



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Boyertown 



Burial 


Bronze, 
Metallic, 


Casket Co. 


Hardwood 




and Cloth- 




Covered 




Caskets, 


PHILADELPHIA, PA. 


' Robes and 


BOYERTOWN, PA. 


Linings 


NEW YORK, N. Y. 





Philadelphia Manufacturers' 
Mutual Fire Insurance Company 

COMMERCIAL TRUST BLDG. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
EDWIN I. ATLEE, President 

M. & J. B. McHUGH 

(CONTRACTORS 

892 Markoe Street 

PHILADELPHIA 



Mississippi Pearl J^™^ 

fj Burlington, 

Button Company lowa 



p. LAUBER 



Salesroom: 



1017 ARCH STREET 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

H. D. Reese 



MEATS 



1203 Filbert Street 

PHILADELPHIA 



HOFFMAN-CORR MFG. CO. 

Ask Your Dealer and Insist on Having 
Your Awnings Made From 

HOFFMAN GOLD MEDAL 
BRAND AWNING STRIPES 

Largest Rope and Twine House in the World 
Contractors to the Government 

312 Market St., Philadelphia 
318 Lafayette St., New York 



Robert L. Latimer & Co. 

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

24-26 N. FRONT STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



Compliments of 

F. M. Venzie 8c Co. 

PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL 

PLASTERING 



2610-16 W. HUNTINGDON ST. 

PHILADELPHIA 



Bell Phone, Lombard 1050 

SPECIALTY FURNITURE CO. 

Wholesale 
Furniture 

221 CHESTNUT STREET 



Maurice G. Cohn 



Philadelphia 



ANCR E 

ANCHOR J, BRAND 
GENUINE ROQUEFORT FLAVOR 

CHEESE 



P. E. SHARPLESS CO. 



202 



Sow QUAKER Brand 

CLOVER and TIMOTHY SEED 

OVER 99wi PURE 

WILLIAM H. WARD 

Artistic Wall Decorations : Paper Hangings : Painting 

S. E. Cor. 15th and Oxford Streets, Philadelphia 
BELL PHONE, POPLAR 1147 

C OMPLIMENTS OF 

Haverford Cycle Company 

503 MARKET STREET 

PHONE 

JOSEPH FRIEDMAN 

BUILDER 

4831 NORTH TWELFTH STREET PHILADELPHIA 

JONES MACHINE TOOL WORKS 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

SPECIAL MACHINERY and TOOLS 
Wilton and Tapestry Carpet Looms 

% to 1% 
5300 LANSDOWNE AVENUE and PRIMOS, PA. 

FRANK C. SNEDAKER & CO., Inc. 

BUILDERS' MILL 

"Millwork of the Better Kind" 

NINTH AND TIOGA STREETS PHILADELPHIA 

Compliments fOW MANUFACTURING CO. 

WATER AND MIFFLIN STREETS 
Eastern Representatives 

HEATMORE PIPE and PIPELESS FURNACES 

203 



Jf You Come lo Tioga, See THE-MAN-ON-THE-SPOT 




CHARLES W. RUETER 

..Everything in Real Estate.. 
1703 W. TIOGA STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

PHONE, MARKET 3078 

LEO LIEBER 

Originator of 

Crimped 
Chocolates 

854 NORTH EIGHTH STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 



BANK and OFFICE PARTITIONS 

John E. Sjbstrom Co. 

Incorporated 

CABINET MAKERS 

1719 NORTH TENTH STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



Charles A. Sadler 



R. E. Sadler 



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

ESTABLISHED 1868 

Wm. Sadler's Sons 

Successors to William Sadler 

Real Estate Brokers and Insurance 

Houses Bought, Sold and Rented 
Care of Estates a Specialty 

1526 Columbia Ave. Philadelphia 



Charles Gross 

PASTEURIZED 

Milk and 
Cream 



2123 Westmoreland Street 
PHILADELPHIA 

Phones: Belmont 6995 West 25 

S. MARGOLIS 

Dealer in 

Coal and Ice 

Office and Yard 

Forty-eighth and Parkside Avenue 
Philadelphia 

Agents for RUSSWJN Hardware 
Russell & Erwin Manufacturing Co. 

Adolph Soeffing 

& Company 

HARDWARE 

833 Arch Street, Philadelphia 

Harry R. Rust 

Manufacturer of 

OFFICE and BANK PARTITIONS 

STORE FIXTURES 

19 S. Eighth Street 
724-26-28 Ludlow Street 
41-43 N. Hutchinson Street 



PHILADELPHIA 



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STEEL PIER, ATLANTIC CITY 



OPEN ALL YEAR 



WILLIAM GORDON 

MEATS, PROVISIONS 

1226-1228 ATLANTIC AVENUE ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY 

Before visiting ATLANTIC CITY write for reservations at 

HAVERFORD APARTMENTS 

2-3-4 Rooms and Bath 
Completely Furnished 
By the WEEK, MONTH or YEAR 



114 South Virginia Avenue 



NEAR STEEL PIER 



JULIUS BIRON 
E. M. BIRON 



Telephone 
Marine 1967 



Phila. Jobbing House 

JOBBERS and IMPORTERS 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

Paper and Bag Specialists 

2324 ATUNTIC AVE. Atlantic City, N. J 

Conkling - Armstrong 
Terra Cotta Co, 



David G. Yarnall 



Compliments MALCOLM 

of RIEDENBERG 
KALLMAN 



S. F. Woodhouse 



Trimble Brothers 

CUT STONE 
CONTRACTORS 

ERIE AVENUE AND D STREET 
Philadelphia 



TELEPHONE 819 W 

JOSEPH L. ROTH 
Undertaker and Embalmer 

435 ATLANTI C AVE. 

ATLANTIC CITY. N.J. 

SACKS BROTHERS 

1228 Cherry Street 

B. J. Anchor 

Harry H Goldberg 

631 MARKET ST. 

Thomas Crompton & Son 
116 ARCH STREET 



^^ CRESSMAN'S 

QUNSELLOR 



CIGAR 



Columbia Avenue Trust Company 

BROAD AiSTD C0LXJ:MBIA AVENUE 



Capital Paid in 

Surplus and Undivided Profits earned over 



PATRONAGE SOLICITED 



SYL. A. LEITH, ALBERT B. MILLETT, WM. A. CARLILE, 

President Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer 



When Dissatisfied with Your Work 

^''^ Forrest Laundry 

1221-23-25 COLUMBIA AVE. 

BOTH PHONES 

rj J. • I 11/ I_OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 

MLlBCtriCCLl W OrR 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 Columbia 7583 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 

206 



SEAFRIED BROS. 



Stylish Custom-made Shoes 
in Stock — Stylish Stouts 



2811 GIRARD AVENUE PHILADELPHIA 




HUGO R. BAHNER ^^V^'^^P 

To the Better Trade 

ALTERING AND REPAIRING— 2410 NORTH BROAD ST. 

Bell Phone. Diamond 8005 PHILADELPHIA 

W. F. Saunders ^^ 

^{^aterer^ 



2018 N. Broad St. 



"WIV/I Cl 'WII QOIV Phone, Frankford 1961 

VV IVl. V». VV U-iOV-ri-^ Especially Prompt Service 

Marble and Tile 

Special Attention to Repairing 1420-30 DEAL ST., FRANKFORD, PHILA. 



WM. SADLER 



WM. H. DORELL & SON 



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 1322 Keystone, WEST 2515 

3824-26 MARKET STREET PHILADELPHIA 



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Land Title and Trust 
Company 

BROAD STREET. CHESTNUT TO SANSOM 
PHILADELPHIA 



Capital, $3,000,000 



Surplus, $11,000,000 



FIRST TRUST COMPANY IN THE 
PHILADELPHIA CLEARING HOUSE 



Deposits received upon which interest is allowed 

Titles to real estate insured 

Loans on mortgages and approved securities 

Trusts executed 

Safe Deposit Boxes rented in burglar-proof vaults 



President 
WILLIAM R. NICHOLSON 



Vice-President 
EDWARD H. BONSALL 

Secretary 
LOUIS A. DAVIS 



Vice-President and Treasurer 
LEWIS P. GEIGER 

Trust Officer 
CLAUDE A. SIMPLER 



WILLIAM R. NICHOLSON 
HENRY R. GUMMEY 
SAMUEL S. SHARP 
JOHN W. BROCrC 
RALPH H. NORTH 



DIRECTORS 

JOSEPH E. WIDENER 
EDWARD H. BONSALL 
FREDERICK J. GEIGER 
WILLIAM M. ELKINS 
GEORGE D. WIDENER 



EUGENE W, FRY 
PERCIVAL E. FOERDERER 
GEORGE W. ELKINS 
CYRUS H. K. CURTIS 
EDGAR G. CROSS 



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