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Twenty-third Annnal Report 



THE NATIONE FARM SCHOOL 



November, 1920 




BUCKS COUNTY. PA 



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Walnut at 13th Street 



Why not dine today at the St. James? You 
will find the food the very best. Three newly- 
decorated and refurnished dining-rooms. Many 
unusual dishes. The quick, courteous service 
can't be equaled. The surroundings are of the 
finest. The prices moderate. 



J. HOWARD SLOCUM 

Manager 



I 



TWENTY-THIRD 

ANNUAL REPORT 



OF 



The National Farm 
School 



Farm School 
Bucks County 
Pennsylvania 



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NOVEMBER, 1920 



Officers of The National Farm School 
: 1920-1921 

LOCAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

President 

JOSEPH KRAUSKOPF 

4715 Pulaski Avenue, Germantown 

Vice-President Treasurer 

HARRY B. HiRSH ISAAC H. SILVERMAN 

Secretary 

Miss E. M. Bellefield 
Field Secretaries 

Aliss A. M. Abrahamson Wm. Abrahamson 

Mrs. Miriam Isaacs 

Office : 407 Victory Building, Philadelphia 

HONORARY TRUSTEES 

(Having served for ten consecutive years) 
Hart Blumenthal Daniel Gimbel Alfred M. Klein 

Auolph Eichholz Hakry B. Hirsh Leon Merz 

Harry Felix Ahraham Israel Bernard Selig 

Simon Friedberger Morris A. Kai'fmann L H. Silverman 

Jos. N. Snellenburg 

ELECTED TRUSTEES 

(Term expires 1920) (Term expires 1921J (Term expires 1922) 

Herbert D. Allman Henry Bronner David Burpee 

Henry S. Bkli.kk Morris Fleishman A. J. Feldman 

Louis Nusbaum J. H. Hinlein Henry A. James 

Eugene M. Stern Bernard Kohn M. R. Krauskopf 

George Wheeler John Zimmerman Richard Spillane 

Representative of Philadelphia Federation of Jewish Charities, 
Arthur Fleisher 

Accountant to the School, 

Alfred M. Gross 

NATIONAL AUXILIARY BOARD 

Max a. Adler Rochester, N. Y. 

Daniel Alexander Salt Lake City, LTtah 

Gov. M. Alexander Boise, Idaho 

Henry Beer New Orleans. La. 

Melvin Behrends Washington, D. C. 

I. W. Bernheim Louisville, Ky. 

Harry S. Binswangkr Richmond, Va. 

Nathan Eckstein Seattle, Wash. 

Maurice Freiberg Cincinnati, Ohio 

Samuel Fkiedheim Rock Hill, S. C. 

Milton D. Creenbaum Baltimore, Md. 

Mrs. H. a. Guinzburg New York, N. Y. 

Julian A. Hillman Atlantic City, N.J. 

A. Hirshhetmer La Crosse. Wis. 

Albert C. Lehman . .• Pittsburgh. Pa. 

J. E. Oppenheimer Butte. Mont. 

Louis Schlesinger Newark, N. J. / 

Morris Stern San Antonio, Tex. 

David Sternberg Memphis, Tenn. 

Isaac M. Ullman New Haven, Conn. 

Eugene Warner Buffalo, N. Y. 

Morris Weil Lincoln, Neb. 

Harris Weinstock Sacramento, Cal. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



THE FACULTY 



JOSEPH KRAUSKOPF, D. D, 
President. 

BERNHARD OSTROLENK, M. Sc, M. A., 
Director, Instructor in Agricultural Chemistry. 

EARL G. LUKENS, B. Sc, 
Instructor in Agriculture and Superintendent of Farms. 

MARK M, CASSIDY, 
Instructor in Horticulture. 

CECIL J. TOOR, 

Instructor in Poultry Culture. 

J. L. CAMPBELL, B. Sc, 
Governor and Purchasing Agent. 

M. J. ESCOLL, B. Sc, 
Instructor in Biology. 

RICHARD REICHLE, B. Sc, 
Arboriculturist. 

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

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

ELIAS NUSBAUM, 
Instructor in Applied Electricity. 

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

REBECAH CHURCHMAN, B. Sc, 
Matron. 

HARMAN KRAFT, 
Foreman of Home Farm. 

HOWARD F. YOUNG, 
Foreman, Schoenfeld Memorial Farm No. 3. 

MORRIS DANIELS, 
Post Graduate Manager, Schoenfeld Memorial Farm No. 

WALTER J. GROMAN, 
Post Graduate Manager, Hellman Farm. 

ROBERT LIVINGSTON, 
Post Graduate Student in Horticulture. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

STANDING COMMITTEES 

I 920- 192 I 

Educational 

Louis Nusbaum, Chairman 
Hart Blumenthal M. A. Kaufmann 

Adolph Eichholz George Wheeler 

A. J. Feldman A. M. Klein 

H. B. Hirsh Bernard Kohn 

Henry A. James Leon Merz 

IJ. Selig 

Financial 

H. B. HiRSHj Chairmaji 
H. D. AUman Abraham Israel 

Hart Blumenthal A. M. Klein 

Henry Bronner Leon Merz 

Adolph Eichholz B. SeHg 

Harry Felix I. H. Silverman 

Morris Fleishman J. N. Snellenburg 

J. H. Hinlein Richard Spillane 

E. M. Stern 

Domestic 

J. N. Snellenburg, Chairman 
H. D. Allman Juhan A. Hillman 

Henry S. Belber J. H. Hinlein 

Hart Blumenthal Abraham Israel 

David Burpee Bernard Kohn 

Harry Felix M. R. Krauskopf 

Morris Fleishman Leon Merz 

Daniel Gimbel B. Selig 

John Zimmerman 



LADIES' AUXILIARY COMMITTEE 

Associated with the Local Board 

2vIrs. Bernard Kohn, Chairman Mrs. Jos. Guckenheimer, Treasurer 

Mrs. Morris Bernstein, Secretary 
Mrs. H. Bayersdorfer Mrs. Wm. Caufmann Mrs. D. Kirschbaum 

Mrs. H. S. Behal Mrs. H. M. Dannenbaum Mrs. Jacob Labe 

Mrs. Morris Bernstein Mrs. Sara Goldsmith Mrs. L. U. Marks 

Mrs. D. Berlizheimer Mrs. L. ^. Heimerdinger Mrs. David Phillips 

Mrs. B. B. Bloch Mrs. H. B. Hirsh Mrs. S. Rosenau 

Mrs. Gabriel Blum Mrs. I. Wasserman 

.Honorary Members 

Mrs. a. Fleisher, Honorary Chairman 

Mrs. a. M. Klein, Honorary Chairman / 

Mrs. R. B. Schoneman, Honorary Chairman 

Mrs. A. J. Bamberger Mrs. H. Rosenthal Mrs. Jos. Krauskopf 

Mrs. J. Guckenheimer Miss Frieda Jonas Mrs. M. F. Langfeld 

Mrs. I. H. Silverman 



THE NAT.IONAL FARM SCHOOL 

SOLVING THE FOOD PROBLEM 
ANNUAL MESSAGE 

DELIVERED BY 
THE REV. DR. JOSEPH KRAUSKOPF 

Founder and President of 

THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

ON THE OCCASION OF ITS SUCCOTH HARVEST PILGRIMAGE 
October 3, 1920 



The food status of the United States is giving serious con- 
cern to thinking people. In this land of ours whose praises 
were, until recently, sung far and wide for its inexhaustible sup- 
plies of food, there are sections in which the want of it is pain- 
fully felt. 

The dwindling of our food supply began two or three decades 

of years ago, when the exodus from the farm to the city first 

.set in, when city attractions and high city wages lured the 

farmers' sons and daughters from their rural homes and rural 

labor. 

Later came the war, and called into life gigantic war in- 
dustries, at wages never equalled before, which decimated yet 
more the number of those who had formerly lived and labored 
happily and beneficially upon the farm. 

Thousands of other farm lads were summoned overseas, or 
to camps at home, of whom but a small percentage have returned 
to the farm. Grown accustomed to living with masses, amidst 
the bustle and excitement of camp life, the resumption of farm 
life has no attraction for them. They prefer the city, with its 
theatres and movies and dance-halls. They choose to increase 
the number of food consumers by deserting the ranks of food 
producers. 

. The decline of our rural population is sadly in evidence 
everywhere. There are today some 6000 idle farms in Pennsyl- 



6 THE NATIONAL FARM. SCHOOL 

vania, and many of these are among the most fertile in the state. 
The number is larger in the State of New York. In the Middle 
West, the number is larger still. Many sections of the New 
England states are a waste of abandoned farms. 

And all the while our great cities, feeding upon the life- 
blood of the rural communities, have attained unto colossal size. 
About one-tenth of the people of the United States now live in 
the cities of New York, Chicago and Philadelphia, while more 
than one-quarter live in sixty-eight other cities. Baltimore has 
more than half the population of Maryland. Seattle registered 
more than one-third of the increase of the State of Washington. 
Ten years ago there was not a single city in Texas of more than 
a hundred thousand; now there are four. More than six and 
a half million people have abandoned the country for the larger 
urban centers during the past ten years. Because of this decline 
of productivity in our rural communities, there is a shortage of 
24,000,000 acres of wheat this year, with a corresponding re- 
duction of other food products. 

11. 

This is a condition that calls for immediate remedy, if we 
would heed the signs of the times. Help cannot come from 
Europe. Even in pre-war times, European countries depended 
largely on our country to make up their deficiency in food. Be- 
fore the outbreak of the war, England raised but one-fifth of her 
needed food supplies; France, about one-half; Italy, about two- 
thirds. Before the war, the United States and Canada exported 
annually about 200,000,000 bushels of wheat. Before the war, 
Russia supplied to Western Europe, on the average, some four 
hundred million bushels of cereals, mostly wheat. Today, Rus- 
sia is starving for the want of food. 

And the war has made matters far worse in Europe gen- 
erally. It has killed or crippled thousands of farmer-lads and 
farming cattle. It has beaten untold plowshares and scythes into 
swords and spears. Cannons, shrapnel and bombs have rent and 
torn thousands of one-time fertile acres. Old men and women, 
or mere children, attempt, with feeble hands, to make un- 
nourished M other Earth yield food for her starving children. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 'i 

These conditions over there can only make matters worse 
here. There will be a tremendous influx of refugees to our coun- 
try. They are already coming, especially from the war-cursed 
lands. They will come to us by the tens and hundreds of thou- 
sands. They will come to partake of some of the blessings of our 
Republic. 

Who can blame them ? Would not we, under like conditions, 
do the like? There will be strenuous objection from certain quar- 
ters. Tens of thousands of unfortunates who, remembering that 
the founders of our country consecrated it as a refuge for all 
righteous people in need of protection and succor, and who are 
looking to our shores as their haven of escape, are in danger of 
aeeing the bars let down and being left to starve. 

Much in disfavor in recent years, the immigrant is a special 
object of dislike at the present time. Men fail to recognize our 
country's great need of him, the large place he could fill in this 
land. They think of him only as a keen competitor in the labor 
market, as one who is sure to increase yet more the price of food 
by decreasing yet more its limited supply. They think of him as 
one who is likely to congest yet more our overcrowded cities, 
thereby imposing a yet greater tax on our eleemosynary and penal 
institutions. 

There is little remembrance that all that this country is, is 
largely the work of the immigrant. He it was that founded it 
developed it, fought for it, died for it. There is little remem- 
brance of the place of honor and trust he has filled in every walk 
of life, from cabinet officer Xo commander, from mayor to 
magistrate, from judge, educator, preacher, teacher, to farmer, 
artisan, mechanic, merchant. There is little remembrance of the 
fact that there is nothing of which our Nation is of greater need 
than of the immigrant to develop our well-nigh inexhaustible re- 
sources, to till our broad and fertile acres. 

III. 

Are all our lands cultivated ? Are all our farm-houses occu- 
pied ? Is the productivity of all our lands exhausted ? 

Millions of our fertile acres have not yet felt the touch of 



8 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

plow. The density of population in our country is smaller than 
that of any European land, that of Belgium, for instance, is 671 
persons to the square mile; that of the United States is but 33. 
Such States as Oregon, Wyoming, Idaho, Nevada, Texas, New 
Mexico, do not together average one person to the square mile. 

I have travelled considerably, in recent years, through our 
Western lands, for the purpose of investigating agricultural con- 
ditions and colonization possibilities. I have visited farm lands 
and fruit orchards and cattle ranches. I have talked with farmers 
on their lands, entered their homes, broke bread with them at their 
tables. I saw farms that yielded per acre from 40 to 60 bushels 
of wheat or barley, from 80 to 100 bushels of oats, without the 
cost of one cent for fertilizer. I have seen gardens and orchards 
in which vegetables and berries and fruit were grown that yielded 
from $250 to $1000 per acre. I have seen farms, thousands of 
acres in extent, requiring extraordinarily large machineries lor 
their cultivation, and heard farmers complain that, owing to lack 
of farm hands, the productivity of their ranches is diminished by 
one-half to two-thirds. For every one ranch cultivated, I have 
seen miles of them fairly clamoring for people to come and work 
them, and get fortunes in return for their labor. 

Often, when beholding the bounti fulness of these lands, and 
contemplating the sparsity of their population, and the possi- 
bility of their housing comfortably, and nourishing healthily., and 
employing profitably, the vast mass of people in the submerged 
quarters of the middle and eastern sections of our land, and mil- 
lions of others, my heart ached, and I longed for nothing so much 
as that some of the objectors to immigrants, or that some of the 
hundreds of thousands of the submerged of our congested cities, 
might see what I saw, and learn what I learned. Were that long- 
ing of mine fulfilled, we would hear little objection in the future 
to the admission of desirable immigrants, and we would soon see 
a very perceptible and welcome diminution of the masses crowded 
into our Ghettoes and slums. 

If we are sure of one thing more than of any other, it is this : 
There is urgent need of food in Europe as well as in the United 
States. Europe cannot raise enough for itself, much less for the 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL ,,9 

rest of the world. We have all the land and more, and the best 
land possible, not only for supplying ourselves with ample food 
at a reasonable price, but also for feeding the rest of the world. 
Equally true it is that we have people enough to convert the un- 
tilled lands into bread-bearing fields. 

Of yet another thing we are sure, and it is this : Congestion 
of cities brings with it not only a famine of food, but also a de- 
cline in moral and mental and physical health among large num- 
bers of the congested. The crowding into the tenement districts 
of more families than they can decently accommodate, results in 
wresting them from a sane, wholesome and normal life, and pro- 
duces the defective, the dependent, the deficient. In this class 
crawl the defeated, the despairing, the despondent, the rebellious. 
All these classes of people are deflections from the social order , 
the penalty for these is the large number of institutions that con- 
tinually increase the burden of our charitably disposed, and the 
growing number of those who, believing themselves denied of 
their right to a decent living, are at war against God and society. 

According to a report of the Tenement House Commission 
of New York, published a few years ago, more than 300,000 
human beings live in one of the Ghetto districts in that city, within 
an area covering one square mile. That congestion has probably 
increased, since that report was published, by another 100,000. in 
these days of insufficient housing accommodations. Within the 
tenements of that most densely populated district in all the world, 
there are 250,000 rooms that have neither windows, nor any 
other aperture communicating direct with outer light and air, into 
which there oozes an atmosphere that is impregnated with the 
poison of putrefying filth, that infiltrates the germs of that dread 
white plague that counts its victims by the hecatombs. 

IV. 

And now, with our ever-increasing food shortage and accom- 
panying high prices, Hunger has super-added itself to the other 
miseries of the congested districts. Most of the great revolutions 
of the world have had their origin in the cry for bread. Hungry 
men are desperate. Like necessity, they know no law. Fathers 



10 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

know no mercy, mothers fight hke hyenas, when their children 
clamor for bread, with nothing but an empty cupboard to satisfy 
that cry. When that cry is heard, the cheeks of the well-fed may 
well blanch, and the hearts of the well-to-do may well tremble. It 
was the cry for bread that was the primal cause of the Peasant 
War in Germany, which swept mighty armies to perdition. It 
was the cry for bread that was the primal cause of the French 
Revolution. It is the cry for bread that is at the bottom of the 
bitterness of feeling that exists between capital and labor, between 
employer and employee, which at times finds vent in outrages as 
dastardly as the one recently committed in Wall Street. If we 
allow Hunger to stalk in our congested districts, it may mean 
Bolshevism in our country. 

To be sure, the charities have labored to piece out, by means 
of alms and deeds of benevolence, the short-comings of scant 
wages, scant room, ill-health, bad morals, — but all to little avail. 
For every one they helped, a dozen sprang up requiring help. 
Never in the history of man have such enormous sums been col- 
lected and expended, and such hosts of people been employed, for 
the alleviation of the poor, as at the present time. The larger 
the annual collections for the Federations, the larger grow the an- 
nual deficits. Millions are added upon millions; buildings upon 
buildings are erected, organizations upon organizations are 
founded, for the care of society's diseased and dependent. And 
still resounds the cry: "More Money! More Workers! More 
Institutions!" 

V. 

The National Farm School has demonstrated, during the 
twenty-three years of its existence, that there is a cure, a cure 
which, had it been applied on a large scale, and widened in its ap- 
plication, would not have cost one-thousandth part which the 
other attempts and failures have cost, the cure that would have 
taken the poor out upon the broad fields, where nature fairly 
calls for them, where there is room, and work, and health, and 
wealth, and happiness, for many thousand times their number; 
where they might sit under their own "vine and fig tree, with 
none to hurt them, with none to make them afraid." 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 11 

The National Farm School has also demonstrated, in its 
twenty-three years' existence, that the young and the strong and 
the healthy can be made to exchange the city for the country, and 
to remain there contentedly. It has shown that many city folks 
are heartily sick of city life, and yearn for farm life. It has 
shown that city folks are beginning to see the physical and moral 
disease to which congested cities give rise. It has shown that 
city boys, who never knew aught of farm life before, can, 
within two or three years' time, learn to become self-supporting 
farmers. 

Scan this year's harvest report of The National Farm 
School : 

260 tons Hay 83 head Swine 

6,750 bu. Corn 54 head Cattle 

8,270 doz. Eggs 2,760 bu. Oats 

970 bu. Rye 5,020 lbs. Chickens 

430 bu. Wheat 527 day-old chicks 

574 baskets Peaches 160,470 qts. Milk 

1,245 bbls. Apples 1,250 bunches Asparagus 

60 bbls. Pears 2,210 Snapdragons 

380 tons Silage 1,640 Calla Lilies 

9 tons Mangels 4,560 Carnations 

10 tons Cabbage 2,130 Chrysanthemums 

755 doz. Sweet Corn 2,470 Freezias 

54,650 Miscellaneous Plants 

Several thousand dollars' worth of vegetables furnished the 
Household. 

Scan this result, achieved on less than 500 acres of land, by 
the labor of a little more than 100 students, representing entirely 
their own handiwork, bear in mind that these students are only 
learners, that almost all of them knew next to nothing of agri- 
. culture before they came here, that almost all of them were born 
and raised in one or the other of our crowded cities, listen to the 
reports of their happy and contented life, remember that all of 
them came here voluntarily, and remain here of their own free 
n-ill, remember also that their number could easily have been 



13 TPIE NATIONAL. FARM SCHOOL 

many times as large, if we had had the means to house tliem ancl 
to provide for them — tuition and keep being free of charge to all 
— remember also that a little over 87 per cent, of them continue 
in successful agriculture after they leave here — bear all this in 
mind and then tell us whether or not farmers can be made of city 
dwellers. 

VI. 

But, even if we were able tO' house, here or elsewhere, ten 
times the number we now instruct, the main object for which the 
Farm School was called into life would not have been fulfilled. 
From the very first our School's aim has been not only to make 
of all its students farmers, but also to make of some of them 
heads of farming colonies. Our purpose was not only to enable 
a hundred lads or so to benefit annually from the instruction 
afforded, but also to make many of them gather about them 
groups of city men and settle them as farming colonies on care- 
fully selected lands. 

"But," asks the sceptic, "of what good will be men trained 
for leadership of colonies, when there are no colonies to be led? 
People of the overcrowded cities do not want to leave the cities." 

There is some truth in such statements as this, but not as 
much as is generally believed. There are people, many of them, 
for whom city life exercises a charm which not even the rosiest 
picture of farm life can overcome. To them, rural life means 
dreariness, isolation, loneliness. To that class probably belong 
many of yourselves. You want to see the vacant farms filled to 
overflowing, but you want to see the overflowing done by others. 
No matter how poor some of the others are, their taste for cit\' 
life is as strong as yours. They would rather starve in the city 
than grow fat in the country. 

But, as there are increasing numbers of the well-to-do who 
are making their way back to the soil, so are increasing numbers 
of the population of the congested cities turning their faces in the 
direction of the country. It is there, and there alone, where they 
see their hope and salvation. The city spells physical and moral 
ruin to them. They crave for moral as well as physical health. 
They w^ant room, sunshine, decent environments, a real human 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 13 

(Dutlook, a taste of real family life, which they cannot find in the 
crowded Ghetto, or in the filthy skims. 

And that longing for life and labor in the country will 
deepen and widen before long. The world is bankrupt, or at the 
verge of it. A staggering debt is weighing it down. That debt 
will either be repudiated or it will be paid, wholly or partially. If 
paid, it will be at the cost of an enforcement of the strictest econ- 
omy. There will be a relinquishment of a thousand and one dis- 
pensible luxuries that waste the labor of tens of thousands of men 
and women. To live, these people will have to earn. With the 
other labor markets overcrowded because of a general shrinkage 
of demand for goods, and with luxury-producing shops and fac- 
tories closed, there will be but one field open for obtaining the 
necessities of life, and that will be the farm, and thither they will 
have to go, if they will want to continue to exist. 

VII. 

But our doubting Thomases are not yet convinced. "You 
may succeed," say they, "in getting some of the overcrowded of 
the cities to go to the farm, but you will not succeed in keeping 
them there. What of the failures of past colonization move- 
ments?" 

We are well acquainted with some of these failures. We 
know who started the colonies, who composed them, and how and 
where they were started. And we also know that, had they suc- 
ceeded, their success would have been nothing short of a miracle. 

If failure had been the deliberate object of the venture, they 
cbuld not have succeeded better. By far the largest number of 
them failed because no chance for success had ever been given^ 
them. They were far more sinned against than they were sin- 
ning. Dreamers or visionaries, adventurers or land-sharks, were 
the organizers of some of them. Others were composed of im- 
poverished weaklings, who were mentally and physically lacking 
ifi all things that make for success. Others had never seen a farm 
implement or tool, much less handled one, and could not learn to- 
handle one, even if they had at their disposal all the years of 
Methuselah. Others thought that all that was necessar}' to starr 



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a colony is to get together a number of people, and place them 
upon farms. To fitness or liking or preparation, little or no con- 
sideration was given. Forgetting that the social instinct is one 
of the strongest in man, the colonists, instead of forming col- 
lectively village settlements for mutual sociability, were permittea 
to squat down on their own farms, at times miles apart, and 
thus invite loneliness, discontent, especially upon the women 
folks, who, in the end, succeeded in dragging the men folks back 
to the excitements and amusements of the city. Neither was 
much thought given to the condition of the lands that were to be 
farmed, whether or not they were fertile, well watered, properly 
located as to markets for disposal of products. 

Yet other reasons there were why former colonization move- 
ments failed. Some of them were started on fairly good lands 
with fairly well-prepared people, people who, while richly pos- 
sessed of brain and brawn to succeed, nevertheless failed because 
they lacked two of the most essential means for success : Funds, 
and Business Skill. I have yet to hear of a single Jewish Col- 
onization Movement that was started by the right people, with 
the right people, on the right lands, and along right methods. 

VIII. 

Had a combination such as this obtained in the past, there 
would have been a different story to tell today. Scores of flourish- 
ing farming colonies would have dotted all parts of our land. 
Food prices would not have been as high as they are, for there 
would have been a much larger supply to meet the demand. Con- 
gestion in the cities would have been relieved by a withdrawal of 
tens of thousands who should never have formed a part of them. 
Our charities would not have been as heavily taxed as they are 
today, for, nearly all the ills to which they minister are progenies 
of the Slums and Ghettoes. 

Had our philanthropies taken a different direction, there 
would have been few vacant farms today. During one year, be- 
fore the war, some one hundred millions of dollars were donated 
in our country by philanthropists, for the purposes of higher 
education. For that sum of money, 20,000 small farms could 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL IS 

have been purchased aiid equipped at an average cost of $5000 
each, and these 20,000 farms could have, within a short time, 
supported, healthily and happily, 100,000 souls. And every cent 
of the money thus expended could have been made returnable 
after a few years, with interest, to the philanthropists, or to their 
heirs. It would have been a Philanthropy at five per cent. 

Had that sum of money been donated for the training of 
lads in the science and practice of agriculture, such as is given 
here at The National Farm School, the mere interest of that 
sum would have sufficed to make it possible for 1000 lads to 
exchange the thraldom of the congested city for the freedom 
of the farm. 

Some day our legislators will appreciate better than they do 
now that our broad acres are our richest asset, that they yield 
more valuable returns than do all the gold mines of Alaska, or all 
the silver mines of Nevada, or all the coal mines of Pennsylvania. 
Some day, legislators and labor-agitators will cease speaking of 
barring the door to the desirable immigrant because of his pres- 
ent tendency to congest the city, when he might gladly join an 
agricultural colony if there were one to join, or if it were made 
possible for him to join it by reason of its being composed of 
people who are of his race, creed, customs, language, and the 
like. Some day our Government, instead of barring the door to 
a help-deserving immigrant, will take him by the hand, and lead 
him to the land, where he is needed, and where his labor will 
spell prosperity for him, and peace for the country as well. 

IX. 

Whatever the mistakes in the past, extenuations may be 
oflfered for them on the grounds of inexperience. No such ex- 
tenuations would be warranted were similar mistakes made in 
our day. 

It was a mistake to have allowed our cities to become over- 
crowded, and the congestion to breed all kinds of physical and 
moral and social disease. To allow our congested cities to be- 
come yet more congested by permitting refugees from recent 
war-cursed countries, no matter how unobjectionable otherwise, 



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to be packed into them, would be a crime, for, on the one hand, 
such folly could only tend to heap yet greater misery upon the 
new settlers in these pest spots, who have already suffered more 
than tongue can tell or pen can write. On the other hand, it 
could only bring yet greater suffering upon those whom their 
own ignorance, or that of others, permitted to be swept into tnat 
maelstrom of misery. 

It was a mistake to have allowed hunger to raise its head 
in a country composed of such vast and fertile and unfilled acre- 
age as ours; it would be a crime to allow that hunger to spread 
among larger numbers, and to give rise to economic and politi- 
cal and social revolutions, the extent and end of which it is 
difficult to foresee. 

It was a mistake to have allowed the industries and com- 
merce so to encroach upon the field of agriculture as to permit 
wholesale desertions of the farm, and so to increase the popu- 
lation of our large cities as greatly to increase the price of food, 
for the reason that there are more mouths to consume food 
than there are hands to produce it. 

It was a mistake not to have adequately assisted to the farm 
such of our young men who, like those in attendance upon our 
School here, were desirous of devoting themselves to an agri- 
cultural life, but lacked the means for realizing their wishes. It 
would be a crime to continue shutting our eyes to our country's 
greatest need,- to refuse to see that our salvation lies in train- 
ing and fostering, to the fullest extent possible, a great army of 
food-producers, a real Army of Peace. 

Having thoughtlessly allowed a food crisis to arise in our 
countr}'-, it would be a crime not to put our best thought to work 
to bring about movements that shall, betimes, w^ard off disas- 
trous consequences. 

And I know of few things that could be more easily effected 
than this. 
: , X. 

It was my good fortune to spend my vacation last summer 
in the State of California. Of all the States I have visited in 
this country, and of all the lands through which I have traveled 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 17 

in my tour of the world, I have seen no state or country anywhere 
that made the profound impression upon me which California 
made. Favored by a climate equalling that of Central Italy, a 
climate that maizes possible, in more than two-thirds of the State, 
out-door life and out-door work all the year round, blessed with 
soil than which there is none richer in all the world, flooded with 
golden sunshine almost every day in the year, decked with flowers 
that fairly riot in variety and color, capable of producing almost 
every kind of food that is raisable an3nvhere in the world, com- 
prising an area that makes its size almost that of an Empire, 
bordered by a thousand miles of coast line, sentinelled by two 
vast mountain ranges, whose perpetually snow-capped peaks fur- 
nish inexhaustible supplies of water for irrigating vast and 
fertile valleys below, of entrancing beauty, that stretch some four 
or five hundred miles in length, and some two or three hundred 
miles in width, ornamented with gigantic forests, some of whose 
trees started growing before yet tlie foundation to the pyramids 
were laid, and are growing still, even though they have reached 
and passed the height of three hundred feet, and have acquired 
a girth, at the base, of more than ninety feet — such is the grandeur 
of the State of California. Little wonder that a traveling com- 
panion of mine declared that a wrong name had been given to 
that State, that it should have been called Paradise, instead of 
California. 

Yet, despite all its grandeur, despite its imequalled fertility, 
despite its unsurpassed balmy climate, despite its vast area of 
over 150,000 square miles, despite an annual output in fruit 
equalling half of all the fruit raised in the United States, it is 
inhabited by but three millions of people; whereas, the Empire of 
Japan, that is less than two-thirds the size of California, sup- 
ports from its own agricultural products a population of 
fifty-five millions. 

Great as the world's demand is for the agricultural prod- 
ucts of California, and rich as is the return from agricultural 
labor in that State, and easy and pleasant as that labor is, com- 
paratively few have availed themselves of the magnificent agri- 
cultural opportunities it affords. By far the largest part of its 



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vast area is unoccupied. Thousands of square miles of it are 
still a desert, prevented from being turned into luscious gardens 
by the lack of hands to till them, and to bring water upon them. 
Invited by Mr. E. O. McCormick, vice-president of the 
Southern Pacific Railway, to be his guest, on a tour of inspec- 
tion of lands throughout the State, and eagerly availing myself 
of his proffered courtesy, I had a rare opportunity for being made 
most intimately acquainted with agricultural conditions in that 
State, especially as we were accompanied, on parts of that jour- 
ney, by an agricultural expert, and by men conversant with local 
conditions. Every day presented new revelations. Every hour 
afforded new opportunities for wonderment. Every minute al- 
most raised anew the questions : "Why should there be hunger 
in a country that has a California to supply it with more food 
than it can consume? Why should there be heart-and-soul- 
deadening and body- slaying Ghettoes in the large cities, when 
there is a California to take them to her bosom, and give them 
abundance of health and wealth and happiness? Why should 
we speak of excluding desirable immigrants from war-cursed 
European countries, when we have California to house them, to 
employ them, and to make them amply self-supporting? Why 
should there be but 3,000,000 people on the richest, fairest, health- 
iest 150,000 square miles in the world, that could feed in abund- 
ance a population of more than a score of times its present 
number ? Why should people live in poverty in the overcrowded 
East, when in the Golden West, especially in California, they 
could easily amass fortunes in agricultural pursuits, as tens of 
thousands of others have done, and as tens of thousands will do 
hereafter? Why may not The National Farm School enter 
in the Golden West upon the second stage of the career out- 
lined for it when it was first launched : that of becoming a leader 
of agricultural colonization movements? Why may not Cali- 
fornia, with the aid of graduates of The National Farm 
School, help to solve our Hunger Problem, our Congestion 
Problem, our Immigration Problem, our Charity Problem, and 
a number of other Problems?" 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 19 

XI. 

Until The National Farm School started, and for many 
years after, the public had no faith that American boys can be 
gotten to forsake the allurements of the cities, and take up their 
life-work on the farm, and remain there contentedly. With the 
exception of a comparatively few who cannot be made to believe 
anything which they do not want to believe, the general public 
is convinced of it today. A similar doubt prevails as to the pos- 
sibility of making agricultural colonization movements a success. 
To remove that doubt, it is necessary for the general public to 
be shown that, when started by the right people, with the right 
people, on the right land, and with the right method, agricultural 
colonies can be made successful. Once such demonstration is 
given at a place easily accessible to the general public for inspec- 
tion, the battle will have been won; one of the most needed 
movements of the century will have been inaugurated. 

To that end, I would strongly advocate the starting of a 
Mother Colony, on a carefully chosen large tract of land, located 
not many hours distant from San Francisco or Los Angeles, and 
composed of graduates of The National Farm School, these 
to apply there not only the trade they have learned, and have put 
into practice after their graduation, in various agricultural posi- 
tions along the Atlantic Coast, but also thoroughly to acquaint 
themselves with agricultural conditions and requirements along 
the Pacific Coast. When these shall have become acquainted with 
the requisite conditions, and shall have personally put them to 
successful use, and shall have convinced the public that agri- 
cultural colonies can be successfully organized and operated, and 
made to pay, the next and far more important step is to be 
taken. These National Farm School graduate-colonists are 
to organize separate colonies, on suitably located lands, to be com- 
posed of carefully selected men, either '>f the congested centers 
of the large cities of the East or Mid^^^^- West, or of carefully 
selected immigrants of European lands, Of of both. 

Our immediate concern, however, must be with the Mother 
Colony. That colony could be started tomorrow. But it cannot 
be started by the graduates. They have knowledge how to work 



20 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

a farm, but they have not the' means to purchase and equip a 
ranch of several thousand acres, for the purpose of estabhshing 
a colony upon it, and keeping it agoing till self-supporting. The 
East has brought The National Farm School into existence, 
has, for the most part, supported it during the past twenty-three 
years, has expended on that support fully one million dollars. 
has built up a plant which, conservatively estimated, is worth 
fully half a million dollars. And all that money has purely been 
a benefaction. Not a' cent of it has ever been returned to the 
donors, and never will be. 

Let the Pacific Coast inaugurate The Second Step. Let it 
organize the Mother Colony. It can well afford to do it. In 
the first place, much as it will mean for the East, it will mean 
much more to the West. In the second place, while the money 
the East spent on The First Step in the great movement of "Back 
to the Soir wa^s an outright donation, the money to be expended 
by the West is to be wholly a loan. The graduates of The Na- 
tional Farm School ask for no charity, need no charity. There 
are dozens of places, at good wages, open to every one of them. 
While some have laid by a little money, and a goodly number oi 
others have bought their own farms, and operate them success- 
fully, they have not the means to purchase a tract of land large 
enough to afford a livelihood for some fifty colonist families, 
and to equip it sufficiently to make their lives comfortable, and 
their work profitable. What they would require would be for a 
number of people to purchase the requisite tract of land, the pur- 
chasers to hold it in their own name, and, after equipping it, to 
rent it to the colonists, at such terms as may make it possible 
for them to acquire it ultimately as their own, terms similar to 
those adopted by the Building Loan Associations. 

No, it is not for charity they will ask ; they will ask simply 
for Philanthropy at §^r . The purchasers will run no risk. Even 
should the improbable happen, and the enterprise prove a failure, 
the land would still belong' to its purchasers, and, judging by 
the constant rise in price of California lands, the value of it 
would, in every likelihood, be considerably higher than the origi- 
nal purchase price. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 21 

XII. 

So convinced am I that this proposed colonization plan is 
practical and feasible, that, if rightly launched, it will pVove it- 
self the forerunner of a great movement Back to the Soil, which 
will lead to a solution of some of the most vexing of our present- 
day problems, that, were my labors required to help making it 
a success, I would gladly surrender, in its behalf, my present 
calling, and give myself to it until a signal success will have been 
obtained. Much as I love the ministry into which I entered as 
student forty-five years ago this day, devoted as I have been 
to it since ordained thirty-seven years ago, successful as it has 
been generally adjudged to be, hard as it would prove to me to 
separate myself from the large congregation, which I have 
had the honor of serving for the past thirty-three years, still I 
believe that the benefits that would accrue to society at large, 
and to the Jewish people in particular, from a successfully es- 
tablished and profitably operated Mother Colony in California, 
and from the subsequent colonies springing from it, would far 
exceed those which could possibl}^ result from my labors in my 
Congregation. 

However, I do not think that the good and generous people 
of California will require me to do what they can easily do them- 
selves, and very much better. They have everything requisite 
to make such a Mother Colony, and the other colonies that are 
to spring from it, a genuine success, and a success as much for 
themselves as for the colonists. Let the Californians but have 
the will to inaugurate the movement, and not many days will pass 
before they will find that, of all the attractions that draw people, 
from far and near, to the Golden West, not the least will be its 
agricultural colonies, composed of one-time Ghetto habitants and 
European immigrants. 



22 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

GRADUATION EXERCISES. 

February 22, 1920. 

The Nineteenth Annual Commencement Exercises of The 
National Farm School were held on Sunday afternoon, Febru- 
ar}^ 22nd, on the grounds of the school, at Farm School, Pa. 

The speakers of the occasion were Dr. Jay F. Schamberg, 
professor at the University of Pennsylvania; J. H. Hoffman, 
superintendent of schools of Bucks County; Clarence Sears 
Kates, of the International Institute of Agriculture, in Rome; 
the Rev. Dr. Joseph Krauskopf, president and founder of The 
National Farm School, and Bernhard Ostrolenk, director of 
the school. Adolph Eichholz, of Philadelphia, presided. The 
opening and closing prayers were offered by the Rev. E. W. 
Stickle, of Doylestown, Pa. 

The date of the Exercises falling on Washington's Birth- 
day, the affair took the form of a patriotic celebration, and in 
the various addresses, the fact that our first President was a 
farmer, was emphasized, and attention called to his love of hus- 
bandry, and of his farm on the banks of the Potomac, and 
agriculture pointed to as the basic industry of the United States, 
tlie foundation stone on which all other industries rest. 

The presentation of diplomas was made by Bernhard Ostro- 
lenk to the following young men, all of whom had completed 
the full three-years' course in practical and scientific agriculture : 

Isadore Braunstein Salem G. Fine Abraham R. Katz 

Julius Brodie George Forman Robert Livingston 

Nathan Bromberg Elias Fristat Ira J. Mills 

Sidney Brunwasser George Goldberg Aaron Moskowitz 

Leo Buskin Abraham Goldston Max Rosenberg 

Morris Daniels Walter Groman William E. Schneider 
H. Sumner Smith 

Post-graduate certificates were awarded to Jacob I. Mannes 
and Morris M. Schlossberg, for one additional year in farm 
management. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 23 

A scholarship to the Pennsylvania State Agricultural Col- 
lege was awarded to George Fornian. The post-graduate course 
at the School, as manager of Hellman Farm, was awarded to 
Walter Groman, as was also the INIassinger Veterinary Prize. 
To Morris Daniels was awarded the post-graduate course as 
manager of Schoenfeld Memorial Farm No. i. 

Dr. Krauskopf, in closing the exercises, announced that all 
of the graduates were leaving the School to take positions await- 
ing them in different parts of the United States, as far south 
as Oklahoma, as far west as Colorado, and as far north as 
Michigan. 



ANNUAL SPRING PILGRIMAGE. 

June 6, 1920. 

The Twenty- third Annual Spring Pilgrimage of The Na- 
tional Farm School, held on the grounds of the School, at Farm 
School, Pa., on Sunday, June 6, 1920, was made the occasion 
for the gathering of hundreds of friends of the School, who 
came from all parts of the country, and manifested their en- 
thusiasm for the cause, their approval of the work that the 
School is doing, and their interest in the brilliant program of 
Exercises outlined for the occasion. 

The speakers of the day were :, Charlemagne Tower, States- 
man and author, Former U. S. .-Vmbassador to Germany, to 
Russia and to Austro-Hungary; Richard Spillane, Financial 
Editor, "Philadelphia Public Ledger"; George A. Cullen, Vice- 
President North x-Vmerican Fruit Exchange, one of Organizers 
and Heads of Food Conservation Department, Washington; 
W. T- Spillman, Professor of Agriculture, Chief of the Office of 
Farm Management, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washing- 
ton, Associate Editor "Farm Journal"; Arthur B. Farquhar, 
Manufacturer of Agricultural Implements, Political Economist, 
Author ; Albert Kelsey, Architect of the Pan-American Building, 
Washington, and of Carson College Buildings; L C. Williams, 
Deputy Commissioner of Forestry, Pennsylvania; Norris S. 



24 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

Barratt, President Judge Court of Common Pleas No. 2 ; Jas. L. 
Schaadt, Esq., of Allentown, Pa. ; Joseph Krauskopf, President 
and Founder of The National Farm School. 

The Exercises included the dedication of trees in the 
Patriots' Grove, planted in memory of service men who made 
the supreme sacrifice and in honor of survivors of the World 
War; the Consecration of Memorial Trees planted in memory 
of departed friends of the School, and of Festive Trees inscribed 
in honor of various joyous occasions; the formal installation 
of the Freshman Class, and the distribution of prizes to the 
students. 

After an impressive invocation by the Rev. Abraham A. 
Neuman, of Philadelphia, Dr. Joseph Krauskopf made an ap- 
peal for increased support, so that more students might be ac- 
commodated at the School. He emphasized the purpose of The 
National Farm School and deplored the rush to the city from 
the country, stating: "It is no occasion for applause when cities 
announce the rapid increase of their population. There is a 
growing danger in the great number of people leaving their 
farms. We cannot overlook the terrible condition of a world's 
food shortage — a condition all the more to be deplored when 
we know there are millions of uncultiva'ted acres — acres that 
easily could be made as fertile and productive as the 475 acres 
of The National Farm School." 

Dr. Krauskopf then presented former Ambassador Charle- 
magne Tower, as Presiding Officer of the day. Mr. Tower, in 
taking the chair, complimented Dr. Krauskopf in conceiving 
the idea of an institution, such as The National Farm School, 
and praised the work that the School is doing in stimulating in- 
terest in a "Back to the Farm" movement. 

He then introduced Mr. L C. Williams, who delivered the 
Tree Consecration Address, in the course of which, Mr. Wil- 
liams said : 

"The planting of trees is one of the most satisfying ways 
of erecting memorials to the heroes of the American people who 
have fallen in battle for liberty, and who gave their lives to 
keep the world free. The annual renewal of the growth of a 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 25 

tree is aii annual reminder of the freshening of the memory of 
those who have gone before, and that, while silent, the tree will 
ever speak to us, so long as it remains, of the devotion of him 
whose life and deeds its presence commemorates. We, like- 
wise, joyously plant trees because they are reminders of events, 
or as milestones, marking the progress of the life of an indi- 
vidual. We have, therefore, like the people of antiquity, begun 
to enshroud our trees with a feeling of sacredness, and, while 
we do not in the same way believe them to be the indwelling 
places of the gods or spiritual beings, we do feel that they en- 
shroud and maintain the memory of those persons, those events, 
those places to whom, or to which, we dedicate their being. No 
happier consummation of a life sacrificed to duty, or of an event 
which means much in the life of an individual, may be insti- 
tuted than the planting of a tree, according it rightful protec- 
tion, and nurturing it in life and growth, throughout the years 
of the generations to come." 

Mr. Albert Kelsey, who was the next speaker, said in part: 

"The sentiment of trees is what I like to dwell on most, 
and it is here more than any other place I know of in America, 
that trees are extensively used as memorials and are thereby 
given unusual importance and significance. What would many 
of the great structures of the world be without their green vistas 
and their green backgrounds of trees? Thus well may The Na- 
tional Farm School teach that trees are sacramental things — and 
thus do I come to you with all the earnestness that is in me, to 
assist at this beautiful annual consecration of memories and 
aspirations, symbolized bv monuments which are not dead stone 
and mortar, but each a living tree." 

Addresses by Judge Barratt, Jas. L'. Schaadt, Esq., of 
Allentown, Pa., and little Loraine Lorch, were in the form of 
tribtues to the late Judge Henry N. Wessel, the late Mayor A. L. 
Reichenbach, of Allentown, and the late Murray Weinbeck. 

Mr. Richard Spillane, in the course of a brilliant address, 
said: 



26 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

"America has too many people in its cities and too few on 
its farms. It is likely to have this fact brought to its notice 
unpleasantly within a short time, when food prices go to heights 
greater than ever before. Dr. Krauskopf is doing a magnificent 
work at the Farm School. From a very small beginning he has 
buiTt up a big institution in which young lads are trained in the 
art of agriculture. There is an idea that the Jew is not an agri- 
culturist. He was an agriculturist in olden times, a great agri- 
culturist, but centuries of oppression, centuries in which in 
Europe he was not permitted to own land, weaned him from the 
farm. From the flocks and herds his forbears tended in biblical 
days he was compelled to turn to other pursuits, to barter and 
to trade, principally. 

'Tt may take long to- overcome the effect of the centuries, 
but the Farm School is doing its part nobly toward getting some 
of these people back to the soil. There are few better equipped 
farm schools in the country. This School started with little 
twenty-three years ago, but somehow it has succeeded. Faith 
and sticking everlastingly to an ideal will do more sometimes 
than money. What would it have done if it had had the mil- 
lions left by that great philanthropist. Baron de Hirsch? The 
de Hirsch project in New Jersey has been a failure. The Kraus- 
kopf project in Pennsylvania has been a success. Yet one had 
millions back of it and the other had only the heart and soul 
of a great and good man. People generally do not appreciate 
fully the work being done at the Farm School. It is bigger 
than they know. It can be made bigger. There is room for 
many more farms like it, but first this one should be made to 
function to the fullest." 

That the success of the future farmer depends on proper 
farm management and the proper distribution of food, was the 
keynote of the address delivered by Mr. George A. Cullen. 

"The farmer today needs to be taught marketing," said 
Mr. Cullen. "What the farmer needs is to get his products to 
market without the products passing through the hands of five 
or six middlemen before thev reach the consumer. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 27 

A very impressive address Avas made by ]\Ir. Arthur B. 
Farquhar, who stated that the food conditions in this country 
today are critical, and that if something is not done at once 
there would be a scarcity of food ver\- shortly. Mr. Farquhar, 
who is eighty-two years of age, then told the audience that he 
was present on the platform of honor at Gettysburg, when Abra- 
ham Lincoln delivered his immortal address. He urged his 
hearers to study and follow the character and life of Lincoln, 
and closed with the immortal words of the Gettysburg address, 
as he heard them from Lincoln's own lips. 

That the time of cheap food is past in this country, and 
that now is the farmers' opportunity for success, was the key- 
note of an address, delivered by William J. Spillman. He said: 
"For two generations our cities have been growing a-t the ex- 
pense of the country districts. This movement toward the city 
has gone too far. Not enough people are left in the country 
to raise food for our cities. \\'e shall probably realize this before 
another winter is past." He urged that the people of the con- 
gested districts of the cities should come to the country, and 
related the easy economic independence of the farmer. 

Dr. Krauskopf read the names of those friends of the 
School for whom trees had been planted and inscribed, and the 
audience stood with bowed heads while taps were sounded in 
memory of those for whom trees were planted in the Patriots' 
Grove. {The list of names is published on pages 28 to JJ 
of this hook.) The award of prizes to the students for prog- 
ress and efficiency in their work at the School was then made. 
At the conclusion of the ceremonies. Rabbi Neuman offered the 
closing prayer and benediction, after which opportunity was af- 
forded for visits of inspection to the various buildings and de- 
partments of the School, and to the ^lemorial, Festive and 
Patriots' Groves. 



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THE PATRIOTS* GROVE. 




In this Grove are Planted Trees for Friends of the School Who 
Answered Our Country's Call, During the World War. 



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



Louis Berkowitz, Philadelphia. 
Jacob Bledenthal, Atlantic City. 
Frederick D. Clair, Philadelphia. 
Morrie A. Deutsch, Philadelphia. 
Jerome L. Goldman, St. Louis. 
Milton Goldstein, Webb City, Mo. 
Oscar H. Gruber, Philadelphia. 
Jesse Warren Guise, Findlay, Ohio. 
Simon C. Hellman, Nat'l Farm School. 
Michael Jaffee, Coatesville, Pa. 
Joyce Kilmer, New York. 
Geo. G. Kooperman, Philadelphia. 
Cbas. H. Lauchheimer, Wash., D. C. 
Maurice Lazar, Shenandoah, Pa. 
Jerome Marks, Philadelphia. 
Roy Stewart Marlow, Elkins Park. 
G. M. NeuBurger, Philadelphia. 
Harry Polinsky, Philadelphia. 



Aaron I. Price, Philadelphia. 
William C. Reese, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 
Byron H. Reis, Philadelphia. 
Eugene Rice, Philadelphia. 
Geo. Burton Rosenthal, Hartford, Conn. 
Alexander J. Roth, New York. 
Lester B. Rothschild, Philadelphia. 
Samuel Shulman, Philadelphia. 
Mortimer Strauss Rubel, Chicago. 
Henry Frank Singer, Philadelphia. 
Solomon Spicker, Pottsville, Pa. 
Bennie Spitzer, Philadelphia. 
Milton Stern, Philadelphia. 
Milton St6rn, New York, N. Y. 
Julien M. Strassburger, Montgomery, 

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



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



Ralph Anspach, Philadelphia. 
Herman L. Artzt, Philadelphia. 
Nelson H. Artzt, Philadelphia. 
Justin S. Bamberger, Philadelphia. 
Eli D. Bernheim, Philadelphia. 
Harold D. Blumenthal, Philadelphia. 
Albert Coons, Philadelphia. 
Jerome J. Drucker, Philadelphia. 
Isadore Faggen, Philadelphia. 
■ Samuel Faggen, Philadelphia. 
Leon Feigenbaum, Philadelphia. 
Stanley Milton Getz, Philadelphia. 
Herbert Feustman Goldstein, New York. 
Jacob Feustman Goldstein, New York. 
David Grossman, Philadelphia. 
Ralph Gutlohn, Philadelphia. 
Julian Arthur Hillman, Atlantic City. 
Joseph Horchow, Portsmouth, Ohio. 
Reuben Horchow, Portsmouth, Ohio. 
Isaac L. Hyman, Philadelphia. 
Arthur J. Jackson, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Daniel Fabien Jackson, Pittsbiirgh, Pa. 
Fred Jackson, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Leopold Max Jacobs, Philadelphia. 
Reuben Jacobs, Philadelphia. 
Charles S. Kaufman, Philadelphia. 
Walter Kaufmann, Philadelphia. 



Manfred R. Krauskopf, Philadelphia. 
August Manasses, Philadelphia. 
Jacob L. Manasses, Philadelphia. 
J. DeRoy Mark, Philadelphia. 
Leonard George Needles, Elkins Park. 
Isadore Oppenheimer, Philadelphia. 
G. Sidney Reinheimer, Philadelphia. 
Leon W. Reinheimer, Philadelphia. 
Herbert D. Reis, Philadelphia. 
Eli M. Rohrheimer, Philadelphia. 
Jerome H. Rose, Philadelphia. 
Alexander F. Sachs, Kansas City, Mo. 
S. Ralph Schwarzschild, Philadelphia. 
J. Leonard Sessler, Philadelphia. 
Arthur Shoenberg, Philadelphia. 
Arthur Silverberg, New York. 
Edwin H. Silverman, Philadelphia. 
Leonard H. Sostman, Philadelphia. 
Camille J. Stamm. Philadelphia. 
Morris H. Starr, Philadelphia. 
Arthur A. Strouse, Philadelphia. 
Frank L. Teller, Philadelphia. 
Jerome L. Teller, Philadelphia. 
Philip H. Weinberg, Philadelphia. 
Gustave L. Winelander, Philadelphia. 
Stanley S. Wohl, Philadelphia. 
Myron Albert Zacks, Philadelphia. 



Requests for additional tree-plantings in "THE PATRIOTS' GROVE" may 
be addressed to the office of The National Farm School, 4C7 Victory Building. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



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FESTIVE TREES 

Dpdicated at the Exercises, Sunday, June 6, 1920, in Honor of 



BIRTHS 

Lucien Morton Biberman, Phila. 

Wilma Jane Goldberg, Phila. 

Carlotta Greenfield, Phila. 

Henry S. Gross, Jr., Phila. 

Frank Alfred Jacobs, Phila. 

Robert Mark Jacobs, Phila. 

Harold Joseph Krauskopf, Phila. 

Leonard Joseph Lando, Bellaire, Ohio 

Albert Lipman, New Bern, N. C. 

Fay Ruth Moses, Phila. 

Phyllis Clara Potsdamer, Phila. 

Ruth Sylvia Potsdamer, Phila. 

Ross Marc Raphael, Phila. 

Leon Rosenbaum, Jr., Phila. 

Jerome Arthur Spatz, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARIES 

Samuel Blumenthal, Phila., 85th 
Lipman L. Cohen, Pottstown, Pa., 40th 
Daniel Bloch Feldman, Phila., 1st 
Harold J. Jonas, Goshen, X. Y. 
David and Irvin Mitchell, Phila., 19th 



BETROTHAL 

Sydney M. Grant and Regina Schagrin, 
Wilmington, Del. 

WEDDINGS 

Louis Brecker and Dorothy Faggen, 

Phila. 
Marvin Marshall Bronner, Phila., and 

Hannah Bertuch, Baltimore, Md. 
Abe Burman and Marion E. Levy, Phila. 
Israel and Fannie Hecht, Phila. 
Julian A. Hillman, Atlantic City, and 

Madeleine Krauskopf, Phila. 
David Karr and Sadie Segal, Phila. 
Gilbert J. Lehman and Edythe Stern- 

berger, Phila. 
ilr. and Mrs. Irvin F. Lehman, Pitts- 
burgh 
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. A. Mastbaum, Phila. 
Harold Charles Mayer, New York and 

Helen Rosenau, Phila. 
Jack and Claire Press, Phila. 
Chas. R. Rosenthal, Binghamton, N. Y., 

and Marie Marshall Leopold, Phila. 
Joachim Stybel and Goldie Segal, Phila. 



Maurice M. Nathanson, Atlantic City, 5th Richard I. N. Weingart, New York, and 
Ruth Cora Rattin, Phila., 1st 
Melville E. Reinheimer, Jr., Atlantic 

City 
Stanley Rosenstein, Atlantic City, 2nd 
Harry J. Tickner, Phila., 70th 
Mrs. Harry J. Tickner, Phila., 70th 



CONFIRMATION 

Aaron Barmach, Phila., 1919 

Milton L. Belber, Phila., 1920 

Sophie Belber, Phila., 1918 

Edna Bluestine, Phila., 1920 

relabel Jane Faggen, Phila., 1920 

Cecelia Fleishman, Phila., 1919 

Russell Friedbaum, Phila., 1920 

Harold H. Friedman, Newark, N. J.. 1920 

Julia Green, Phila., 1920 

Adolph Hess, Phila., 1920 

Claire Lang Karpeles, Phila., 1919 

Carolyn Levy, Phila., 1920 

Hazel F. Lowenstein, Phila.', 1920 

Edythe Marcus, Phila., 1920 

Florence W. Rice, Phila., 1920 

Antoinette A. Schmidt, Phila., 1920 

Hazel Silverman, Elkins Park, Pa., 1919 

Edith S. Sterne, Phila., 1920 

Florence Walters, Phila., 1920 

Florence Adline Weiss, Phila., 1920 

GRADUATION 

Sophie Belber, Phila. 



Emilie L. Hillman, Atlantic City 

WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES 

Mr. and Mrs. Angelius Anspach, Phila., 

25th 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Belber, Phila., 22d 
!Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dannenbaum, Phila. 
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Frank, New York, 

10th 
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Klein, Phila., 47th 
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac L. Kohlberg, Phila., 

30th 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Louchheim, New 

York, 15th 
Mr. and Mrs. Sam'l M. Mayer, Phila., 

50th 
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Meyerhoff, Phila., 

50th 
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mitchell, Phila., 2Dth 
Mr. and Mrs. Max Myers, Phila., 30th 
Mr. and Mrs. Heinrich Rosenbaum, Phila., 

25th 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene M. Stern, Phila"., 
25th 
RECOVERY FROM ILLNESS 
Herman Davis, Phila. 
Hortense Manheimer Green, Phila. 
Mrs. Herman Klonower, Phila. 
Irvin Mitchell, Phila. 
Hannah Leopold Winelander, Phila. 

GENERAL 

Sittenfield-Friedman Children, New York 
City-Elmira, New Year's Greeting 



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MEMORIAL TREES 

Consecrated at the Exercises on Sundag, June 6, 1920, in Memory of 



ALABAMA 
Anniston 

Columbus Smith 

Montgomery 
David Weil 

ARKANSAS 
Helena 

Seelig Goldsmith 

I Little Rock 
Gus Blass 

CALIFORNIA 
Los Angeles 

Moses Kingsbaker 

Sacramento 

Isidor Cohen 

San Francisco 

Jesse W. Lilienthal 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

Washington 
Mrs. Samuel Gompers 
Sadie Julia Gompers 
Henrietta Hopfenmaier 
Rosa LuUey 
Mrs. E. Rosenthal 

GEORGIA 

Augusta 
H. Simowitz 

Savannah 
Leo Frank 

ILLINOIS 
Chicago 

Betty Feist 
Rachel Mishkutz 
Sigmund J. Woolner 
Danville 
Stella B. Ries 



Goshen 
Sara G. Sembufsky 

Indianapolis 

Dina Kiser 

Ligonier 
Meyer Jacobs 

South Bend 

Samuel Spiro 

Terre Haute 

Augusta Frank 

KENTUCKY 

Louisville 

Mattie L. Tauchau 

LOUISIANA 
Glynn 

Simon Baum 

MICHIGAN 
Detroit 
Clara Van Baalen 

Kalamazoo 

Jacob Lewis 

MINNESOTA 
Minneapolis 

Babette Stein Sternberg 

MISSISSIPPI 
Meridian 

H. M. Threefoot 

MISSOURI 
St. Joseph 

Jacob Block 

St. Louis 

Mr. and Mrs. David Levy 
Pauline Levy 



Newark 

Adelheid Lehman 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Rochester 
Moses A. Feineman 






La Grange 

Hyman Kalish 

Peoria 

Helen Woolner Hasberg 

INDIANA 
Evansville 

Ignace Rosenthal 



NEW JERSEY 
Atlantic City 

Augusta Bernstein 
Wm. Dittenhoefer 
Morris Friedeberg 
Samuel Hanstein 
William F. Hanstein 
Mack Latz 
Samuel Sternberger 

Hoboken 

Philip P. Hexamer 



NEW YORK 

Brooklyn 

Jehiel Feldman 
Mary Werbelovsky 

Gloversville 

Abraham Ostrolenk 

New York City 

Nathan A. and Rosa 
Arnold 

Adolph Beer 

Bertha Beer 

Laura L. Bomstein 

Gertrude Cane 

Hortense Snellenburg 
Cowen 

Henry Fein 

Lena Kaplan 

Julius Kayser 

Clarence Millhiser 

Goldie Rothbardt 

Benoit Rueff 

F. St. Gear 

Jacob Samuels 
Niagara Falls 

Henrietta Silberberg 

Marcus Silberberg 
Rochester 

Reuben Goldstein 

Abram J. Katz 

OHIO 
Bellaire 

Eugenie Weill 
Cincinnati 

Victor Abraham 

Daniel Bloch 

Regina G. Englander 

Edward L. Heinsheimer 

Ernst Troy 

Adolph Ullman 
Middletown 

Mrs. Harris Lewis 

PENNSYLVANIA 
Allentown 

A. L. Reichenbach 
Abraham Samuels 
Julie Leberman Schaadt 



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31 



MEMORIAL TREES-Coniinucd 



Coatesville 

Jacob Marcus 
Solomon Meyerhoff 

Easton 

Louis B. Peters 
Jacob Pollock 

Lancaster 
Heloise G. Hirsh 
Monroe B. Hirsh 

Lock Haven 
Bertha Simon 
Herman Simon 
Louis Simon 

Milton 

Regine Dreifus 

Philadelphia 

Sarah Abel 

Morris Asher 

Joseph Axelroth 

Bessie P. Barr 

Samuel S. Barr 

Cyrus Bedichimer 

Hannah Bedichimer 

Bertha Bernstein 

Leon Blanckensee 

Mrs. Simon L. Bloch 

Wallace G. Bobb 

Jos. H. Britton 

Rachel Brown 

Elizabeth Cauffman Drovin 

Betty Eichengreen 

Simon Eichengreen 

Otto Eisenlohr 

Rosaly Fairston 

\Vm. Fairston 

Rev. M. S. Feinberg 

Morris W. Fellman 

Rebecca Goldsmith 

Benedict Goodman 

Esther Goodman 

Lea F. Goulson 

Lorine Teller Gruenhut 

Bertha Hanau 

Raphael I. Harrison 

Moses Hirshler 

Wendell Philips Julius 

Morris H. Kadden 

Solomon Katz 

Jennie Kessler 



Bertha Kimmelsman 

Rose Kimmelsman 

Bertha Klein 

Louisa Kline 

Flora Knopf 

Morris Kohn 

David Koppenheim 

David Langsdorf 

Miriam Forcheimer Levi 

Leon M. Levintow 

Betty Levy 

Ruth S. Lindauer 

Jeanette Livingston 

Joseph Livingston 

Amelia Loeb 

Jacob Loeb 

Moritz Loeb 

Cora Esslinger Mansbach Wilkes-Barre 



Jacob Weinmann 

Henry N. Wessel 

Abraham Wiener 

Jenny Milder Wirtschafter 

Lehman Wollenberger 

Abraham Wurzel 

Yetta Wurzel 

Pittsburgh 

Joseph Friedman 
Myer M. Kann 

Reading 

Nathan Marcus 

Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Weil 

Uniontown 

William Baum 



Nathan Marks 
Bella Abeles Massman 
Gertie Meyerhoff 
Isadore B. Mork 
Fannie Munter 
Sarah Nadel 
Caroline Nathan 
Moses Nathan 
Sigmund Neubauer 
David Osterweil 
Abraham Pareira 
Mary Morrison Patterson 
Lillie Harker Perkins 
Henrietta Picard 
Walter Scott Pockrass 
Theodore B. Potsdamer 
Ignatz J. Rigelhaupt 
Adolph Rosenbaum 
Emma Rosenbaum 
Jacob H. Rosenberg 
Rebecca Tuck Rothschild 
Louis Sailer 
Abram L. Schulhof 
Abraham Seide 
Solomon Silberstein 
Fannie L. Simon 
Aimee G. Steinberg 
Babette Stein Sternberg 
Minnie Goldenberg Straus 
Caroline Strouse 
Bertha Trompetter 
Herbert B. Wasserman 
Louis B. Weil 
Murray Weinbeck 



Ruth H. Reese 

SOUTH CAROLINA 
Columbia 

Max Aberman 

TEXAS 
Dallas 

Edgar L. Pike 

Fort Worth 

Alvin Kramer 
Mannie Kramer 

San Antonio 

Silva Heimann 
Waco 
Benjamin Haber 
Sam Sanger 

VIRGINIA 
Petersburg 
Aaron Kadden 

Portsmouth 

Max Steinam 

GERMANY 
Ichenhausen 

Samuel Rosskam 

Meinbressen 
Samuel and Bertha Rosen- 
baum 

SOUTH AFRICA 

Joseph Kimmelsman 



32 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL SUCCOTH HARVEST 
PILGRIMAGE. 

October 3, 1920. 

A day of rare autumnal beauty, grounds in a splendid state 
of cultivation and landscapes in a riot of color, greeted the vast 
concourse of people, who made the Pilgrimage to the grounds 
of The National Farm School, on Sunday, October 3, 1920, to 
participate in the Twenty-third Annual Succoth Harvest Festival 
of the Institution. 

The morning exercises were held in Segal Hall, which had 
been charmingly decorated with products of the fields, while 
the speakers' platform had been converted into a Succah adorned 
with fruits, vegetables and flowers, raised by the hands of the 
students. 

The speakers of the day were : William C. Sproul, Governor 
of Pennsylvania; Louis Marshall, New York, President Ameri- 
can Jewish Committee, President Jewish Theological Seminary 
of America, President New York State College of Forestry; 
Fred Rasmussen, Secretary of Agriculture of Pennsylvania; 
Simon R. Cohen, Rabbi, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; Bernhard Ostrolenk, 
Director of The National Farm School, and Joseph Krauskopf, 
President and Founder of The National Farm School. 

The Exercises were opened with an invocation by Rev. A. 
J. Feldman, of Philadelphia, after which Mr. H. B. Hirsh, 
Vice-President of the School, presented Governor Sproul as pre- 
siding officer of the Exercises. 

Governor Sproul, in accepting the Chairmanship, spoke of the 
great future of agriculture and of the School itself, 'T believe we 
are liable to become overbalanced industrially if we allow agri- 
culture to continue to decline," said the Governor. "We must 
do something to build up agriculture. When the Hebrews and 
Quakers work together, as they do now, in agriculture, I believe 
the great work will benefit, and I can see during the next ten 
years a great future for the graduates of The National Farm 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 33 

School. I am amazed at what has been accomphshed at the 
Farm School on the small amount of money donated by State 
appropriation. 

"In Penns}-lvania and New York there has been a decrease 
of population in almost every agricnltural county. In Pennsyl- 
vania we are trying to make agriculture more of a systematic 
business and one more pleasant for people to work it. I am 
mightily interested in this organization, and I wish that many 
more young men could have the advantage of this work." 

Governor Sproul then presented Dr. Jos. Krauskopf, 
President of the School, who in opening his address, expressed 
great sorrow at the passing away of Jacob H. Schiff. Dr. 
Krauskopf stated that a tree on the School grounds will be dedi- 
cated to the memory of the philanthropist next spring, and his 
appeal for a silent tribute was followed by an impressive moment 
of solemn silence by the assemblage. Dr. Krauskopf then deliv- 
ered his Annual Message, printed in full on pages 5 to 21 of this 
book. 

The next speaker was ]\Ir. Louis iMarshall, who, in a very 
interesting address, declared that one of the greatest crimes com- 
mitted in history was when the Jews were compelled to live in 
restricted areas, and not permitted to own agricultural land. 
"Dr. Krauskopf's remedy is a sound one," he said. "The 
movement towards the cities has grown to an alarming extent. 
Radical measures are needed. In every corner of the world 
hunger is stalking in at the door. There is no solution, except 
by agriculture. We have got to go back to stock raising, to 
sheep raising, poultr}^ yards and orchards. Wtve got to build 
up and grow forests. A wonderful work had been done here 
by the efforts to bring back the Jewish people to the land. To- 
day we sit under a modern Succah. The time has come when 
the Jewish people must again become an agricultural people. 
In this laboratory trained missionaries are being raised up to 
go out among the people and give them the word." 

A short recess was then announced, during which an in- 
formal reception and luncheon w^ere tendered the guests of 



34 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

honor in Lasker Hall, and opportunity for inspection of the 
School afforded the visitors. 

The afternoon session was held on the beautiful lawn 
fronting Segal Hall, and the grouping of the more than one 
thousand visitors, seated in a semi-circle facing the speakers, 
was made an especially attractive picture in the setting afforded 
by the glorious day. 

Governor Sproul again took charge of the Exercises and 
introduced Dr. Simon R. Cohen, who in an address of much 
eloquence, made an earnest plea for the enlargement of the 
work of spreading agricultural schools throughout the country. 
He advocated a more liberal sentiment in farming communities 
in the direction of providing such entertainment as would take 
away the lure of city life, which causes in large measure the 
exodus of the farming people to the cities. 

Secretary of Agriculture Rasmussen, of Pennsylvania, held 
the interest of his audience during an impressive address, in which 
he spoke in complimentary terms of the steps taken by the School 
in the "back to the farm" movement ; and, in reviewing the agri- 
cultural situation of the present day, told of the financial and 
physical remuneration to be gained by becoming farmers. 

Prof. Ostrolenk, Director of the School, after appealing 
for increased financial aid for the School, presented his Annual 
Report, published in full on pages 40 to 45 of this book. Follow- 
ing this, officers and members of the Board were elected for the 
ensuing year. 

One hundred and seventy-five dollars, contributed by friends 
of the School for the purpose, were then distributed as prizes 
to students for special honors, the first prize of $25 being 
awarded to Robert Livingston. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 35 



LEGACIES AND ENDOWMENTS 

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

Philadelphia, Pa $1,000.00 

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

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

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

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

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

son, Edgar K. Frank 100.00 

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

Frances Seligman Library Alcove) 200.00 

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

her son, Arthur Ballenberg Houseman) 100.00 

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

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

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

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

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

1908 — Eleanore Samuel, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 350.00 

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

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

1909 — Esther Sailer, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 75-00 

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

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

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

birthday 1,000.00 

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

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

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

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

if)ii — Samuel Baldauf, Oskaloosa, la.. Bequest 300.00 

191 1 — Max Bamberger, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 5,000.00 

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

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

1912 — Annie M. Ferguson, Pittsburgh, Pa., Bequest lOO.oo 

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

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

1913 — Louis Lowenthal, Rochester, N. Y., Bequest 500.00 

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



36 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



LEGACIES AND ENDOWMENTS— Con/inueJ 

1912 — Abraham Weiler, Columbus, Ohio, Bequest $200.00 

i9i3_Leopold Keiser, Buffalo, N. Y., Bequest 500.00 

1913 — Estate of Sophia Rothschild, Summitville, Ind 100.00 

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

1913 — Estate of Samuel Woolner, Peoria, 111 500.00 

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

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

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

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

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

191S— Edward P. Kelly, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 1,333-33 

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

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

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

memory of their mother, Rosalie Rauh 500.00 

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

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

by his brother, Edgar K. Frank 100.00 

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

1917 — Jennie Lippman, Philadelphia, Bequest 200.00 

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

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

1918 — Aaron Cans, Philadelphia, Bequest 250.00 

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

their son, John D.i 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 memory of their parents 200.00 

1919 — Estate of Solomon Asher, Philadelphia, Pa 500.00 

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

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

grandparents, Isaac and Clara Van Baalen 100.00 

1919 — Aaron Lowenstein, Philadelphia, Bequest 2,500.00 

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



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 37 



LEGACIES AND ENDOWMENTS-Con/ZnueJ 

1919 — Estate of Hanna Mayer, 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 

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

parents, Leopold and Albertina Bamberger 1,000.00 

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

Mrs. Simon L. Bloch 500.00 

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

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

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

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

Charles and Bine Kahn 1,000.00 

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

parents, Urias and H^mah Wasserman 1,000.00 

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

Donation 250.00 

1920 — Jacob Marcus, Coatesville, Pa., Bequest 100.00 

1920 — Mrs. I. L. Marks, Chicago, 111., in memory of her 

husband 300.00 

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 memorj^ of husband, 500.00 
1920 — John H. Sinberg, Philadelphia, in memory of Mrs. 

Meyer Schamberg 250.00 

1920 — Rosa Strauss, New York, N. Y., Bequest 100.00 

1920 — Benjamin Tuch, Philadelphia, Bequest .....•■ 500.00 



38 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 

Year Ending September 30, 1920. 



GENERAL FUND. 

September 30, 1919, Deficit $26,557.68 

Maintenance Income. 

Interest on Investments $5,889.52 

Sale of Farm Products 14,237.05 

State of Pennsylvania 7,020.00 

Federation of Jewish Charities of Phila. .. 18,750.00 

Dues and Donations 25,099.69 

Propaganda (Net) 6,071.64 

77,067.90 



$50,510.22 
Maintenance Disbursements. 

Beds and Bedding $411.80 

Brooms and Brushes 192.49 

Conveyance, Freight, Telephones 1,729.07 

Dry Goods and Clothing ^ . 5,218.61 

Fuel 4,018.37 

Groceries 7,246.67 

Ice 163.14 

Insurance 1,971.67 

Interest ' 8.61 

Lighting 966 07 

Printing and Stationery 622.87 

Provisions, Meats and Bread 8,408.59 

Sundries 347.32 

Salaries, Matron 1,275.00 

Teachers 12,291.28 

" Officers 854.97 

Supplies, Educational 942.25 

Farm 9,862 50 

" Horticultural 993 52 

Medical 295.85 

Poultry Department 2,666.02 

Taxes 756.21 

Wages 7,130.53 ' 

68,373.41 

$17,863.19 
Repairs and Replacements 6,494.68 

Excess of Maintenance Disbursements $24,357.87 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 39 

Extraordinary Income. 

Students' Deposit (Net) $630.76 

Library (Net) 120 92 

— $75L68 

Extraordinary Disbursements. 

Advances to Hellman Farm $932.78 

Advances to Farm No. 3 1,361.63 

Advances to Farm No. 1 444.50 

$2,738.91 

■ ■ $1,987.23 

Deficit September 30, 1920 $26,345.10 



ENDOWMENT FUND. 
Bank Balance October 1, 1919 $849.72 

Income. 

Life Memberships and Donations $13,600.00 

Bequests and Memorial Donations 3,482.62 

Principal, Account Repayment of IMortgages 11,100.00 

Sale of Securities 3,000.00 

Repayment account of Loan to IMaintenance Fund . . 1,800.00 

Interest on Deposits 288.08 

33,270.70 

$34,120.42 
Disbursements. 

Mortgages and Securities Purchased $4,994.31 

Propaganda Expense 595.50 

Loan to Maintenance Fund 7,500.00 

$13,089.81 

Bank Balance September 30, 1920 $21,030.61 

Investment Account $98,190 91 

Due from Maintenance Fund 26,557.68 

Due from Hellman Farm 3,158.30 

$148,937.50 



40 THE NATIONAL FAR^I SCHOOL 



REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR. 

Bernhard Ostrolenk. 

On the six million farms in the United States, there are 
listed today, exclusive of the farmers themselves, a total of two 
million farm laborers. In other words, only one out of every 
three farms has a helper. To those who are statistically minded, 
this graphically illustrates the condition the modern farmer faces 
from the standpoint of help. It shows why the farmer is waste- 
ful with his land, which he cannot give the fullest attention. 
It shows why the farmer often cannot harvest his crops during 
the most advantageous periods. It gives a clue to the causes 
of wholesale desertion of farms and the reduction of medium- 
sized farms into smaller, less profitable areas. More than all, 
it accounts for the relatively low yields in this country, as com- 
pared to other countries doing agriculture on similarly virgin 
soil, and doing it on a large scale. Thus, while crop yields of 
wheat have reached a maximum average of 14.8 bushels, such 
countries as New Zealand record averages of 31 bushels; On- 
tario, 21 bushels; Manitoba, 18 bushels; to say nothing of Ger- 
many, with 31 bushels, and the United Kingdom with 32 
bushels. 

The shortage of farm help is reflected in the avalanche of 
letters that reach us at the slightest hint to the public that we 
might have a few graduates available. By actual count over 
three hundred and fifty requests for graduates of The National 
Farm School were received last spring, when we graduated a 
pitifully small class of only twenty-two students. 

The shortage of farm help has caused farmers to turn to 
machinery for assistance in the solution of the help problem. 
Tractors, power harvesters of corn, grain and hay are increas- 
ingly finding their way, even to the moderately sized farms in 
the east. The letters coming to us asking for farm assistants 
increasingly ask for students competent to run machinery of 
the most complex type. Knowledge of operating tractors has 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 41 

become practically a standard qualification. I regret to say that 
in this training we are not fully meeting the demand. Our 
Board saw the trend towards power machinery several years 
ago, and some machinery, including two tractors, was pur- 
chased and has done excellent work in giving training along 
the most essential lines. But progress in this direction has been 
rapid, and we have not kept pace. I speak of this matter with 
the utmost diffidence. I have sat in Board and Budget meet- 
ings and have seen appropriations made far in excess of avail- 
able funds. Facing deficits of several thousand dollars each 
quarter on the one hand, and noting on the other hand, the large 
number of applicants for admission to Farm School and the 
demand of the country for our graduates, the Board has met 
the problem with courage and patriotism. It has authorized 
the filling up of the School with students and the proper main- 
tenance and teaching of those that are here. Knowing all these 
things, it is with diffidence that I call your attention to the fact 
that new conditions demand new and heavy outlays in pur- 
chasing machinery and the istallation of a mechaical depart- 
ment, for the trainingr of our students along this line. Like 
many departments in a school of this type, the need of this 
department does not arise from the needs of our farms. The 
machinery will not increase our yields, and will not be pro- 
ductive in any way. We do not need them from the standpoint 
of farming. In fact their maintenance will be an additional 
expense. Their need arises solely for the proper instruction of 
our students. 

The pressing needs of the School from the standpoint of 
responding to the demands of those who want men trained in 
this line, coupled with the compromises it was constantly neces- 
sary to make because of limited funds, have made it difficult 
to bear in mind the equally important problem of general train- 
ing given our students. The combination of training hand and 
mind is only too slowly being adopted by tbe American Public 
School system. Irrespective of the agricultural training, I wish 
to emphasize the need of hand training given here as a stimulant 
to mind and as a factor in social efficiencv. Students come here. 



42 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

versed in a Public School knowledge of art, but with no knowl- 
edge that art is definitely associated with the neatness of a room. 
Many can do intricate problems in algebra, but are unable to 
measure the tail-board of a wagon with any degree of accuracy. 
Students come here well instructed in the habits of Protoza, 
but with no idea that the watering and feeding of a horse must 
be regular. 

Teaching the students how to groom a horse or to milk 
a cow or to feed stock has a definite reaction to mental train- 
ing. In contact with the practical things, the student begins to 
observe much that, in his theoretical knowledge of the subject, 
escaped him. The amount of supervision and instruction the 
average student needs to gain skill in some of the very simple 
operations of agriculture, is incredible. On the other hand, it is 
remarkable with what speed many students can acquire knowl- 
edge of the most complex operations and the most intricate 
machinery, once the fundamentals have been mastered. 

The ideals of teaching in the molding of character, the de- 
velopment of good citizenship, and the proper social attitude 
have been kept in mind in the development of the curriculum, 
and have had no small part in the training of our students; 

With all this variegated life at the School in which we are 
endeavoring to turn out all-around men of value to themselves 
and to the nation, it must not be forgotten that the guiding force 
and inspiration must come from the faculty of the School. 
No small part of our problem is to develop and retain a faculty 
here that has vision, force and training. The Farm School has 
been unusually fortunate in securing men of this type to carry 
on its work. It is to the interest of the School to retain the 
good men who become more valuable to us every year. One 
of the imperative needs that the School will have to face shortly 
is the provision of adequate homes for such of the married 
members of the faculty who occupy the more important posi- 
tions. I regret to say that the lack of such housing facility 
has been responsible for the loss of some of our ablest men. 

Splendid as is the record of our graduates, we are in- 
creasingly coming to see the need of developing some kind of 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 43 

organized aid to such of the men who wish to purchase farms. 
While it may be argued that the function of a school is to 
educate, and that students must look out for themselves after 
graduation, a policy pursued by virtually every school and col- 
lege in the United States, the Board has, nevertheless, felt that 
the objects of the School can best be preserved by considering 
our graduates as sons of The National Farm School, even after 
graduation. When it is remembered that the average farm in 
the United States, according to the census, demands an invest- 
ment of $26,000, the problem facing our graduates who wish 
to go into farming for themselves can be appreciated. The 
Board has taken up this problem and, through a committee of 
most able business men with broad sympathies and vision, is 
endeavoring to work out a scheme of graduate assistance. The 
scheme involves no gifts to graduates, but merely assistance by 
credit, along sound financial lines. While the School can proudly 
point to scores of graduates who have achieved their own farms, 
without such aid, it is hoped to accellerate the movement farm- 
ward, by our graduates, if they definitely understand that acqui- 
sition of a farm is not virtually hopeless, unless they can receive 
financial backing from a wealthy relative or friend. I am per- 
suaded that such a post-graduate policy will add much to the 
efficiency of the School. 

The development of the physical plant of the School has 
continued throughout the year. On the Home Farm continued 
attention was given tO' the development of cows for advanced 
registry. The making of record milk production has its value 
in stimulating interest in breeding and feeding. The annual 
Federal inspection for tuberculin cows failed to reveal a single 
animal infected. 

Schoenfeld Farms, Nos. i and 3, and the Hellman Farm 
continued in their records of crop production. An imported 
Percheron stallion, the gift of Mrs. Edward Morrell, has added 
another interest to Farm No. 3. New tractors were added to 
Farm No. 3 and to the Hellman Farm. A new thresher has 
helped much in expeditious threshing of grain, and teaching in- 
terest. 



44 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

The Horticulture Department continues to be the center 
of interest for both students and visitors to the School. As 
never before, students are clamoring for opportunities to spe- 
cialize in this work. The large scale production inaugurated 
by the department gives it the romance of a developing indus- 
try. Besides the 2354 cr}'Santhemums that have already been 
sold up to date, the inventory of the greenhouses at the pres- 
ent time comprises the following: 1850 carnations coming into 
bloom, i960 calla lilies, 1500 snap dragons, 2500 Friesia plants, 
4600 tulip bulbs, 2500 hyacinths, 450 geraniums rooted, with 
provisions for 2000 more plants, 1000 paper white narcissus, 
j/2 section of sweet peas and 200 square feet of mushroom. 
In addition to this splendid record, the department enlarged its 
glass area by 400 square feet, making use of a portion of the 
Hirsh Botanical Laboratory. The cold frames were doubled in 
size. 

Without exception, this year has been the most successful 
one for the Poultry Department, since its inauguration. The 
department attempts to teach the science of Poultry Husbandry 
in the classroom, and "chicken raising for profit" in the prac- 
tical work. The contention that the teaching of agriculture be- 
ing of necessity a training for a livelihood, can the better 
be taught by a thorough practical training supplemented by 
theory, is nowhere better illustrated than in this department. 

The expansion of the Poultry Department and the work 
it is doing are beginning to bear fruit, in that a number of our 
recent graduates are slowly establishing poultry plants of their 
own, and a greater number of our students are manifesting en- 
thusiasm for this industry. The plant is, in fact, inadequate 
to handle the many applications from students for the privilege 
of specializing in Poultry Culture. While improvements, such 
as the installation of electricity and a water system last sum- 
mer, greatly increase our efficiency, we constantly feel the press- 
ing need of another laying house to accommodate 1500 more 
layers and an incubator that would double our capacity, to an- 
swer this appeal of our students. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 45 

Following is a summary of the year's production of the 
Poultry Department : 

5788 doz. eggs sold 15 14 lbs. meat sold 

1982 " " consumed 2240 " " consumed 

480 " " used for hatching 

3754 " " produced 

8250 " " produced 

3500 chickens were hatched, of which 534 were sold, and 760 transferred 
to Farm No. 3. 

21S head of breeding stock were sold. 

Two new departments have been organized during the year, 
one of which is the Department of Arboriculture, under whose 
charge all the trees of the institution have been placed. The new 
department is taking charge of the ^Memorial Trees, the fruit 
orchards, shade trees, shrubbery and the nursery, as well as spray- 
ing, pruning and tree propagation. 

The other department organized is the Purchasing Depart- 
ment. All purchases have been centralized, and a rigid depart- 
. mental requisition system has been adopted. This new depart- 
ment has already justified its existence. 

Cash Sales and Transfers to the Boarding Department and 
Barns from the various departments and farms, during the year 
were as follows : 

Department. Cash Sales. Transfers. Total. 
Main Farm : 

Home Farm $6,755.52 $5,794.20 $12049.72 

Poultrj^ 5,811.10 1,790.22 7,601.32 

Horticulture 1,451.98 1,417.91 2.869.89 

Total Main Farm $14,018.60 $9,002.33 $23,020.93 

Farm No. I 3-36o49 1-44 3,36i.93 

Farm No. 3 4,950.68 4S7-07 5,437-75 

Total All Farms $22,329.77 $9,jloo.84 $31,820.61 



46 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



In memory of Flora Schoenfeld, 

by her husband, Max Schoenfeld, 

of Rorschach, Switzerland. 

Flora Schoenfeld Farm No. 1 

40 acres, in the Spring of 1904, 

Flora Schoenfeld Farm No. 2 

38 acres, in the Sping 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. 



Imlitngs innate^ 

Theresa Loeb Memorial Green House 

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

Ida M. Block Memorial Chapel 

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

Zadok M. Eisner Memorial Laboratory 

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

Erected 1899. 

Rose Krauskopf Memorial Green House 

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

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

Pittsburgh, Pa. Erected 1899. 

Adolph Segal Hall 

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

Frances E. Loeb Vegetable Forcing Green House 

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

Louis I. Aaron Ice House 

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. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 47 



iK^mnnala 



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 

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

Samuel Strauss, Jr., Division of Nursery 

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

Feineman-Binswanger Memorial Arch 

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

The Washburn Pergola 

By John Hosea Washburn, 1912. 

Bertie Gans Ochs Flag Pole 

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

Henrietta Krauskopf Division of Nursery 

Circle of Evergreens and Shrubs, by Mr. Nathan Kraus- 
kopf, of New ifork, 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 battle- 
field of Montfaucon, France, September 29, 1918. 



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

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

1920— "SIMON L. AND CECILIA BLOCH SCHOL- 
ARSHIP." The income of $5000 contributed to 
the Endowment Fund by Mr. Simon L. Bloch. 



48 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



PRIZES ENDOWED 

"Solomon and Regina Behal Prize," the interest of $125.00, donated by Mrs. 

Ralph Hirsh, Philadelphia, in memory of her parents. 
"Barnett Binswanger Pri^e," the interest $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 

Gundelfinger, in memory of her husband. 
"Heyman and Brunette Herzberg Prize," the interest of $150<,00, donated in 

memory of Heyman and Brunette Herzberg, by their children. 
"Estella S. Herkimer Prize," the interest of $1CO.QO, donated by Mr. B. S. 

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

Sluizer, in memory of her son. 
"Elsie Kaufman Kohn Prizes," the interest of $SCO.0O, donated by Mr. Alfred 

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

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

Lisberger, Philadelphia, in memory of his son. 
"Joseph Louchheim Prize," the interest of $250.03, donated by Mr. Harry 

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

Eliel, of Philadelphia, in memory of her father. 
"Morris and Betty Newburger Prizes," the interest of a bequest of $500.00, by 

Morris Newburger. 
"Bertie Gans Ochs Prize," the interest of $150jOO, donated by Mr. and Mrs. 

Aaron Gans, of Philadelphia, in memory of their daughter. 

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

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

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

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

by Mrs. Samuel Rosenbaum, of Philadelphia, in memory of her parents. 



THE NATIONAL FAR^I SCHOOL 49 



CASH PRIZES DONATED 

Miss Mollie Abrahamson, Philadelphia (annual) $5.00 

"Wm. Armhold Prize," by his daughter, Miss N. E. Armhold, At- 
lantic City, N. J., in honor of her father's birthday (aunual) 2.50 

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

Wis., in memory of her father (annual) 5.00 

Mr. Louis Bedichimer, Philadelphia, in memory of his brother, Cyrus 

Bedichimer (annual) 10.00 

Mr. Henry S. Belber, Philadelphia (annual) 50.00 

Mrs. D. Berlizheimer, Philadelphia (annual) 5.C0 

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

(annual) 5. CO 

Mrs. H. Bloomfield, Philadelphia, in memory of her mother (annual) .. 5.00 

Mrs. Gabriel Blum, Philadelphia, in memory of her sister (annual) 10.00 

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

Kalph (annual) 10.00 

Mrs. Sol. Blumenthal, Philadelphia, in memory of her husband (annual), 10.00 

Mrs. L. Bonsall, Philadelphia (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) 5.00 

Mrs. Matilda Esberg, Mountain View, Gal 20.00 

Mrs. Katie Spitzer Gerstel, Atlantic City, N. J., in memory of her 

mother, Julia Spitzer 5.00 

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

farth. New York (annual) 10.01 

Dr. C. H. Gubbins, Philadelphia (annual) 5.00 

"Herman Jonas Prize," by Miss Frieda Jonas, Philadelphia, in mem- 
ory of her brother (annual) 5.00 

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

Julia May 2.50 

Mr. David Kirschbaum, Philadelphia (annual) 10.00 

Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Krauskopf, Philadelphia (annual) 2S.0O 

Miss Carrie Laub, Chicago, 111., in memory of David Jacobsohn 2.50 

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 

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

stein, Philadelphia (annual) 5. CO 

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

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

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

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

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

in memory of her brother (annual) 20.00 

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

heimer (annual) 5.00 

Mr. Joseph S. Potsdamer, Philadelphia (annual) 25.00 

"Ruth Leah Powdermaker Prizes," by Mr. David A. Powdermaker, 

Philadelphia, in memory of his daughter (annual) 15.00 

Mrs. Henry Rosenthal, Philadelphia (annual) 5.00 

Mr. Sigmund W. Rosin, Philada., in memory of his mother (annual), 25.00 

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

"Rebecca Simon Prize," by Mrs. Herbert Wasserman, Philadelphia, in 

memory of her mother (annual) 25.00 

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

"Simon and Hannah Wilson Perpetual Prize," by Miss Rose S. Wil- 
son, Atlantic City, N. J., in memory of her parents (annual) 2.50 



50 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



REPORT OF THE LADIES' AUXILIARY BOARD. 

Mrs. Bernard Kohn, Chairman. 

The Ladies' Auxiliary Board reports again at the end of 
the year, their continued and sustained interest in the Farm 
School. They have visited regularly and faithfully, and their 
suggestions to improve the household efficiency have been car- 
ried out whenever possible. 

It is with great regret that we announce the resignation 
of Mrs. Alfred M. Klein, as chairman of the Board. Her con- 
scientious and untiring efforts have inspired all of us, and it 
has been a real pleasure and stimulus to work under her pleasant 
guidance. Fortunately, she still remains active on the Board, 
and while we will miss her leadership, it will be a great pleasure 
to co-operate with her, and have the advantages of her experi- 
ence. 

Miss Churchman, the matron, reports that 1948 half -gallon 
jars of fruits and vegetables were canned for winter use, and 
350 glasses of jelly were prepared, quite a gain over last year, 
owing to the fact that sugar was more plentiful and cheaper. 
Only fruits and vegetables raised on the farm were used. 

The Sewing Circle, with Mrs. Schoneman and Mrs. Gold- 
smith in charge, is doing good work, restocking the linen room, 
and we extend our grateful thanks to the various ladies' societies 
throughout the country who are assisting in this work, by dona- 
tions of material and money. 

Besides the moving pictures, which are shown weekly at 
the Farm School, the Ladies' Board is plarming to give a num- 
ber of entertainments, the Play and Players Club producing a 
play for the Thanksgiving holidays, another to be given around 
the Christmas period, to help enliven the winter existence of 
both faculty and students. 

The Ladies' Board still feels strongly that the solution of 
many of the household problems of The National Farm School 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 51 

will only be reached, when the teaching staff and faculty will 
occupy their own homes built on the School grounds, and wishes 
to appeal to the friends of the School for funds to erect such 
homes. 



REPORT OF THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION. 

Cecil J. Toor, Secretary. 

At the Fourth Annual Meeting and Banquet of The 
National Farm School Alumni Association, held at the Court 
Inn, in Doylestown, Pa., on June 5, 1920, transactions, epochal 
in nature, occurred, which may lead the students and graduates 
of the School into other trends of thought than have prevailed in 
the past. 

Doctor Krauskopf, the Board of Managers, and the Faculty, 
have hitherto, and are still, preaching to the students and gradu- 
ates, doctrines of appropriation; doctrines that have for their 
keynote the thought of " getting out of the School all there is in 
it," asking no reward but that we become men successful in agri- 
culture. In fact, to use Doctor Krauskopf 's own words : "The 
National Farm School is yours ; take it ; use it ! We ask nothing 
but that the efficient use of this institution in your hands may 
inculcate seeds that may sometime sprout and grow into plants 
that will be of benefit to human kind." 

When one considers that, in order to own a farm of his 
own, a graduate requires considerable capital, and, as the average 
young man that enters this School is of a type whose financial 
facilities are poor, the accumulation of such capital becomes a 
necessity. Inasmuch as the average wages paid farm helpers are 
from $40 to $100 per month, we can readily understand that a 
number of years are required for this accumulation. Couple this 
with the fact that the School has graduated but nineteen classes 
and that the early classes were small, I can surel}^ be exempt 
from any thought of boasting when I say that we are giving Dr. 
Krauskopf and all the men associated with him, their own reward. 

However, we have long felt that merely making a success 
of oneself is not a sufficient monument of the appreciation we 



52 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



graduates have for what the School has done for us, and so, at 
the Fourth Annual Meeting and Banquet of the Alumni Associ- 
ation there was launched a drive for a $50,000 Alumni Hall, to 
be presented to the School. 

Pledge cards were distributed, and subscriptions totalling 
$12,175 were collected, these pledges covering payments of 10 
per cent, yearly, until paid in full. 

Inasmuch as but forty-three cards have been received to date, 
and as I believe this will be seen by all the graduates with whom 
we are in touch, I wish to make this an appeal to those who have 
not pledged as yet, to join us in the privilege of exhibiting, in 
some basic form, the love and appreciation we all have for our 
Alma Mater. 

The following is a list of the pledges and payments made : 
Class Name Pledge Paid Class Name Pledge Paid 

'04 Zalinger, B $325 $ 10 



'05 Serber, David 1000 

'06 Ostrolenk, Bernhard, 1000 

'07 Anderson, Victor ... 100 

'08 Stern, Isaac 1000 

'08 Rudley, Samuel 100 

'11 Sarner, J. L 200 

*ii Rocklin, Samuel .. . 200 

'13 Work, James 500 

'13 Fereshetian, M 100 

'13 Helfand, L 500 

'14 Raskin, J 100 

'15 Semel, M 500 

'is Shore, Harry 100 

'16 Levintow, Arthur . . 300 

'16 Abrams, Chas 500 

'16 Shapera, Sol 300 

'16 Toor, Cecil J 500 

'17 Koshowsky, C 200 

'17 Erdie, S 125 

'17 Adler, S 200 

'17 Shapero, 1 200 

'18 Fishman, H 200 



10 


19 


100 


'19 


100 


'19 


10 


'20 


100 


'20 




'20 


20 


20 




'20 


50 


'20 




'20 




'21 


10 


'21 


25 


21 


10 


'21 


ID 


'21 


50 


'21 




'21 


50 


'21 




'21 




'21 



Mannes, Jacob ...-..$200 $20 

Viener, Immanuel . . 100 10 

Wolf, Geo 300 30 

Fine, Salem 250 20 

Moskowitz, A 200 10 

Livingston, Robt. . . 200 

Bromberg, Nathan.. 200 

Mills, I. J. 200 

Daniels, Morris 200 

Smith, Sumner 200 

Corenzwitt, Harry . . 200 

Krauss, M 100 

Krotoshinsky, A. ... 200 

De Vito, D 100 

Cooper, Sam 100 

Taube, G 300 

Zinn, A 200 

Samuels, S. B 225 

Hesch, Edgar 225 

Silverman, 1 225 



$12,175 $64= 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 53 



WHAT SOME OF OUR GRADUATES ARE DOING 

Abrams, Chas., Dover, N. J., farm superintendent. 

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

Adler, Solomon, South River, Md., foreman. 

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

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

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

Berg, Henry, East Mansfield, Mass., on his own farm. 

Braunstein, L, Willow Grove, Pa., superintendent of farm. 

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

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

Bromberg, Nathan, School of Horticulture, Ambler, Pa. assistant. 

Brown, Benj., Cincinnati Sanitorium, Cincinnati, Ohio, in charge of poultry 

department. 
Burton, Morris, care of Dr. M. Mayer, San Francisco, Cal., in charge of 

pineapples. 
Chodes, Benj., Gap, Pa., veterinary surgeon. 
Colton, Max J., Cumberland, Md., health officer. 
Daniels, M., Farm School, Pa., foreman. 
Davidson, Sam'l, Hamberg, Pa., herdsman. 
Donchin, S. M., State College, Pa., agricultural student. 
Druckerman, Benj., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C, 

pathologist. 
Ehoodin, Abraham, Amelia, Ohio, on parents' farm. 
Einstein, S3dvan D., Cape May Court House, N. J., on his own farm. 
Epstein, Abraham, Stamford, Conn., dairying on rented farm. 
Feldman, Nathan, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C, animal 

husbandry. 
Fine, Salem, West Chester, Pa., assistant. 

Finkel, Jacob, Lorica, Columbia, S. C, extensive farming enterprise. 
Fishman, Harry, Perkasie, R. D., Pa., assistant. 
Fleisher, Max, Inglewood Farm, Gordon, Va., superintendent. 
Foreman, Geo., N. J. Training School, Vineland, N. J., herdsman. 
Frank, Abraham, Ferndale, N'. Y.„ cultivating father's farm. 
Fried, Albert, Vermillion, Ohio, on his own farm. 
Friedman, David, Harvard University, graduate work. 
Galblum, Samuel, U. S. Department of Agriculture, poultry assistant. 
Glantz, E. Falsington, Pa., on his own farm. 
Goldberg, Geo., Spring Valley, N. Y., on his own farm. 
Goldberg, Louis, Ohio State Agricultural College, specializing. 
Goldsmith, Bernard, Warrington, Pa., on his own farm. 
Goldstein, J., Mt. Kemble Farm, Morristown, N. J., assistant. 
Goldston, A. R., St. Mary's, W. Va., instructor in agriculture. 
Golub, N., Columbus, Ohio, student. 



54 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

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

Greenberg, Samuel, Atlanta, Ga., Georgia Creamery. 

Groman, Walter, Farm School, Pa., in charge of Hellman Farm. 

Hahne, John, Fargo, N. D., herdsman. 

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

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

Harkovy, Morris, Chalfont, Pa., farm assistant. 

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

Helfand, L. I., Gahanna, Ohio, practising veterinary science and attending 
Ohio State Agricultural College. 

Heller, Chas., Albany, N. Y. (near), truck gardening. 

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

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

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

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

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

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

Kasselman, Max, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, student in agri- 
culture. 

Katz, Ernest, Dunbarton Planting Co., Lamarque, La., farm superintendent. 

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

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

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

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

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

Levin, Julius, Connecticut, cultivating own farm. 

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

Levintow, Arthur, Philadelphia, Pa., Michell Seed Company. 

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

Livingston, Robert, Farm School, Pa., assistant. 

Malis, Emanuel, San Luis Obispo, Cal., superintendent grounds, and assistant 
horticulturist, California Polytechnic School. 

Mannes, Jacob, Farm School, Pa., farm assistant. 

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

McCracken, W. J., Cynwyd, Pa., general farming. 

Mickelson, M., 707 Bucknaman St., Indianapolis, Ind., manager, National 
Tree Surgery Company. 

Miller, Abraham, Chicago, 111., president, American Bulb Company. 

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

Miller, Samuel, Farm School, Pa., on his own farm. 

Mills, Ira J., Doylestown, Pa., farm manager. 

Moskowitz, Aaron, Grose Point, Mich., horticulturist. 

Nusbaum, Chas., Columbus, Ohio, agricultural student. 

Ostrolenk, Bernhard, Farm School, Pa., Director of National Farm School. 

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

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



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 55 

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

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

Rich, Harry, American Sumatra Tobacco Co., Southwick, Mass., Government 

tobacco expert. 
Rosenberg, Morris, \\'eston, Va., dair3'man. 
Rosenberg, X., Rome, N. Y., general agriculture. 
Rosenfeld, M., Philadelphia, Pa., superintendent of city parks. 
Ross, H., Columbus, Ohio, agricultural student. 
Rudley, S., 102 South Tenth St., Wilmington, Del., floriculture. 
Salinger, M., 216 Callo Callo, Buenos Ayres, Argentine, S. A., Director, 

Jewish Colony. 
Schlesinger, Ed., Newark, Del., Delaware College student. 
Schlossberg, Morris, Breakers Hotel, Atlantic City, N. J., horticulturist. 
Schutzbank, J., Freehold, N. J., on his own farm. 
Schweitzer, H., Oakland, Cal., agricultural student. 
Selector, M., State College, Pa., student. 
Shapiro, Sol., Columbus, Ohio, student. 

Shor, Harry, care of B. D. Kaplan, Piatt Cloe, N. Y., in charge of farm. 
Silver, Chas., Monroeville, N. J., cultivating own farm. 
Smith, H. Sumner, Doylestown, Pa., farm assistant. 
Smoochler, AL, Woodstown, N. J., on his own farm. 
Schneider, Wm., Woodbury, N. J., in charge of farm. 
Snowice, Wm., Bridgeton, N. J., R. D. No. 6, on his own farm. 
Speyer, Aaron, Painsville, Ohio, general farming. 
Stalorof, N., Douglas, Ariz., on his own farm. 
Stamen, R., Columbus, Ohio, student in university. 
Taubenhaus, J., Texas Agricultural College, College Station, Tex., director 

plant pathology. 
Toor, Cecil J., Farm School, Pa., instructor in poultry. 
Wade, Benj., Ohio State College, Columbus, Ohio, student in agriculture. 
Wagner, Charles H., Jr., Gilbert Farm School, Georgetown, Conn., instructor 

in poultry. 
Wallman, L, Chicago, III., veterinary inspector. 

inspector. 
Weigle, F., Harroon, Pa., general farming. 
Weinberg, H., Quincy, Fla., tobacco expert. 
Weiss, H., Oriole Farms, Youngstown, Ohio, general farming. 
Weissman, J. H., Pittsburgh Vegetable Gardens, 528 Grand St., Pittsburgh, 

Pa., field superintendent. 
Wiseman, J. H., Pittsburgh, Pa., instructor in gardening. Board of Public 

Education, 
Witkin, A., Philadelphia, Pa., Florist. 
Wolf, Geo.j herdsman. 

Wolf, Jesse, Fond du Lac, Wis., Cow Testing Association. 
Zack, Harry, care of H. K. Fly, Chapaque, N. Y., general farming. 
Zalinger, B. A., 113 East Forty-ninth St., Chicago, 111., florist. 



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SUNDRY DONATIONS. 

Harry Baj^ersdorfer & Co., Philadelphia — 50 metal flower urns. 

Mr. David Burpee, Philadelphia — Subscriptions to magazines and newspapers, 

popular, hterary, scientific and agricultural. 
W. Atlee Burpee & Co., Philadelphia — Seeds for farms and gardens valued 
at $200. 

"Chicago Israelite," Chicago, 111. — Complimentary subscription. 

Mr. Chas. J. Cohen, Philadelphia — Envelopes for mailing this Year-Book. 

Council of Jewish Women, Dayton, Ohio — 12 table cloths, 88 towels, 44 pil- 
low cases, and 46 sheets. 

Council of Jewish Women, Elizabeth, N. J. — 100 towels. 

Council of Jewish Women, Johnstown, Pa. — 6 suits pajamas. 

Council of Jewish Women, Little Rock, Ark. — 44 sheets, 239 towels, 60 pil- 
low cases, and 12 table cloths. 

Council of Jewish Women, Pittsburgh, Pa. — 58 towels and 25 waiters' aprons. 

Council of Jewish Women, St. Paul, Minn. — 9 waiters' aprons. 

Dill & CoUins Co., Philadelphia — Cover paper and glazed paper used in this 
Year-Book. 

Mr. Leon Eichengreen, Philadelphia — Large oil painting for reception room 
of Lasker Hall. 

Euclid Avenue Temple Sisterhood, Cleveland, Ohio — 8 suits pajamas. 

Farm School Sewing Circle — Table and bed linens, towels, aprons and cur- 
tains. 

Mr. B. C. Friedman, Philadelphia — 50 lbs. matzos and 10 lbs. matzos meal. 

Mr. Geo. Goldsmith, Philadelphia — 5000 reprints of Spillane Editorial on 
Farm School. 

Mr. Joel Hartman, Philadelphia — 5 cases toilet paper. 

Mr. Leo H. Heimerdinger, Philadelphia — -15 dozen garters and 6J4 dozen 
belts. 

Mr. J. Freeman Hendricks, Doylestown, Pa. — 350 pine tree seedlings. 

Mr. Walter Herzberg, Philadelphia — Treat to household. 

Mr. A. Hirshheimer, La Crosse, Wis. — i tractor plow and 2 plow shares. 

Mr. Geo. F. Hoffman, Philadelphia — 2. large flags ; also new variety of tomatoe 
and sweet corn seed. 

"Jewish Exponent," Philadelphia — ^CompKmentary subscription. 

Jewish Ladies' Aid Society, Appleton, Wis. — i^ dozen towels and i dozen 
napkins. 

"Jewish News," Denver, Col. — Complimentary subscription. 

"Jewish Vo-ce," St. Louis, Mo. — -Complimentary subscription. 

Mrs. Oscar Klonower, Philadelphia — Office chair. 

Dr. and Mrs. Jos. Krauskopf, Philadelphia — Treat of ice cream and cake to 
household. 

Ladies' Aid Society, Kalamazoo, Mich. — 15 pairs pajamas and 6 dozen buck 
towels. 



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Ladies' Hebrew Association, Memphis, Tcnn. — 2 dozen towels. 

Dr. Wesley Massinger, Chalfont, Pa. — Veterinary set as prize to .students. 

Mr. S. J. Marx, Philadelphia — Weekly classes in farm accounting. 

Metro Film Co., Philadelphia — Loan of moving picture films for weekly 

entertainments. 
Mrs. Edward Morrell, Torresdale, Philadelphia — Imported Percheron stallion 

and two colts, valued at $3500; also $300 for erecting stable for stallion. 
Needlework Guild of America — 264 articles of clothing, towels and other 

linens. 
Mr. Elias Nusbaum, Philadelphia — Weekly classes in applied electricity. 
Mr. Parker, Terre Haute, Ind. — Large quantity of dahlia bulbs. 
Mr. Gilbert Schamberg, Philadelphia — Victrola.i 
Mrs. M. Scharflf, Natchez, Miss. — 2 pairs pajamas. 
Mrs. Rose Schoenfield, Little Rock, Ark. — 21 pillow cases, 24 napkins, 24 

sheets and 14 towels. 
Sisterhood Sewing Circle, Natchez, Miss. — 6 pairs pajamas. 
Mrs. Nathan Snellenburg, Philadelphia — 6 dozen Turkish towels and 6 dozen 

huck towels. 
Mr. Eugene M. Stern, Philadelphia — Subscription to "American Forestry 

Magazine." 
Temple Sewing Circle and Council of Jewish Women, Nashville, Tenn. — 

I dozen night shirts, i dozen table cloths, i dozen sheets, 2 dozen pillow 

cases, 4 dozen towels. 
Temple Sisterhood, Wheeling, W. Va.— 70 towels. 
Henry M. Toch, New York — ^ Paint valued at $416.20. 
Mr. John Zimmerman, Sr., Philadelphia — 100 Wilton rugs, 27 in. x 54 m. ; 

I Wilton rug, 8 ft. 3 in. x 10 ft. 6 in. 



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REGISTER OF STUDENTS. 



POST-GRADUATE CLASS. 

Morris Daniels, Newark, N. J. Walter Groman, AUentown, Pa. 

Robert Livingston, Philadelphia. 



SENIOR CLASS. 



Arthur Apple, New York City. 
Samuel Cooper, Lynchburg, Va. 
Harry Corenzwit, Darby, Pa. 
Dominick De Vito, Philadelphia. 
Morris Greenwald, New York City. 
Isador Gross, New York City. 
Edgar Hecsh, Philadelphia. 
David Hill, Hazleton, Pa. 
Jos. Iger, Bronx, N. Y. 
Harry Krause, New York City. 
Morris Krauss, New York City. 

Abraham Zinn, 



Abraham Krotoshinsky, New York 

City. 
Samuel Samuels, New York City. 
Irving Silverman, AVilkes-Barre, Pa. 
Morris Skaist, Reading, Pa. 
Harry Statman, New York City. 
Sidney Stone, Bronx, New York. 
Gabriel Swerdlow, Chicago, 111. 
Gustave Taube, New York Cityj 
Hirsch Houfif, Chicago, 111. 
Philip Trupin, New York City. 
New York City. 



JUNIOR CLASS. 



David Aukburg, Philadelphia. 
Burton Berlack, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Casper Blumer, Philadelphia. 
Tony Cirotti, Philadelphia. 
Simon Cohen, Worcester, Massj 
Samuel Fleischman, New York City. 
Louis Forman, Philadelphia. 
Michael Fishkopf, New York Citj\ 
Lewis Fox, New York City. 
Tobias Gelles, Philadelphia. 
Samuel Goldenbaum, New York City. 
John Goldfield, Philadelphia. 
Maurice Gomberg, New York City. 
Louis Kiesling, Philadelphia.' 
Harry Krisher, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Abraham Krivonos, AUentown, Pa. 
Arthur Langer, New York City. 
Joseph Leedes, Philadelphia. 

Irving Zelanko, 



Morris Mazor, New York City. 
Walter Morris, Rochester, N. Y. 
Maxwell Paris, Bronx, New York. 
Abraham Pastanack, New York City. 
Louis Pastanack, New York City. 
Hyman Rabinowitz, Worcester, Mass. 
Louis Ring, Boston, Mass. 
Samuel Robbins, Philadelphia. 
David Rothstein, Newark, N. J. 
Chas. Rubenstein, Philadelphia. 
Louis Schulster, New York Cityj 
Stanley Snyder, Easton, Pa. 
Archie Toffler, Philadelphia. 
Wm. Towner, Port Murray, N. J. 
Solomon Ullman, New York City. 
Newton E. Weiss, AUentown, Pa. 
Otto Wenger, Philadelphia.' 
Barnett Yulke, New York City. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



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FRESHMAN CLASSj 



Jac. Abramowitz, Gloversville, N. Y. 
William Ambearle, Philadelphia. 
Robert Auckburg, Philadelphia. 
David Becker, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Leo Bennett, Philadelphia. 
Mitchell Brauman, Easton, Pa. 
Nathan Comsky, Chicago, 111. 
Chas. Donahue, Philadelphia. 
Henry Eskin, Newark, N. J. 
Henry Fairstein, Philadelphia. 
David Frater, Philadelphia. 
Chas.i Gelles, Philadelphia. 
Walter Gladney, Trenton, N. J. 
Herbert Goldich, Philadelphia. 
Irving Herman, New York, N. Y. 
Joseph Horowitz, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Frederick Kloss, Philadelphia. 
Irving R.I Landau, New York City. 
David Lasday, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Irving Lasher, New York City. 
Jacob Malkin, Barren Hill, Pa. 

Henry Wertheimer, 



Boris Mandelbaum, Chicago, 111. 
Joseph Master, Yantic, Conn. 
J. C. McLaughlin, Philadelphia. 
Leopold Pincus, New York City. 
David Piatt, Weehawken Heights, 

N.J. 
Solomon Prutkin, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Cecil Rabinowitz, New York City. 
Rubin Regelson, New York City. 
Joseph Rothschild, Philadelphia. 
Max Rotter, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Wmj Sandford, Trenton, N. J. 
Bernard Savage, Baltimore, Md. 
Arthur Schorr, Chicago, 111. 
Benjamin Schwartz, Philadelphia. 
William Shorr, New York City. 
Stanley Sneidman, Philadelphia 
William Staufifer, Philadelphia. 
Daniel Trupin, New York City. 
Saul Waxman, New York City. 
Jacob Weiner, Philadelphia. 
Buffalo, N.. Y. 



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The following is a list of legacies and endowments to 

THE FEDERATION OF JEWISH CHARITIES 

OF PHILADELPHIA 

which Federation makes an annual appropriation to The National 

Farm School, and is published here as required 

of constituent institutions 

1902 — Mrs. Carkie Hamberg^ in memory of her husband, 

Isaac Hamberg $300.00 

1902 — Children of David Ettinger, in memory of their father, 100.00 
1903 — Mrs. Alice Hagedorn, in memory of her husband, 

John J. Hagedorn 5,000.00 

1903 — Herman Jonas, Bequest 7,500.00 

1903 — Ernst Kaufmann Bequest 2,000.00 

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

Marks 500.00 

1905 — SiGMUND RoEDELHEiM Bequest 500.00 

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

Samuel Krieger 1,000.00 

1905 — AVm. Krieger, in memory of his father, Sam'l Krieger, 100.00 

1905 — Herman B. Blumenthal Bequest 2,000.00 

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

wife of S. M. Fridenberg 1,000.00 

1908 — Mrs. Fannie A. Leberman Bequest 500.00 

1908 — Isaac Herzberg Bequest 3,000.00 

1909 — Simon and Rosa Fleisher Endowment (by their 

children) 5,000.00 

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

Sallie Gimbel Greenewald 2,000.00 

1909 — Adolph Weyl, in memory of his wife. Rose Weyl... 100.00 

1909 — Herman Loeb Bequest 3.000.00 

1909 — Henry Rothschild Bequest 1,500.00 

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

father, Nathan Snellenburg) 2,000.00 

1911 — Simon Bacharach Bequest 200.00 

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

Benjamin Kahn Liveright 500.00 

1911 — Albert M. Nusbaum Bequest 1,000.00 

1911 — Esther Bacharach Bequest 200.0a 

191 1 — Abram Herzberg Bequest 500.00 

1911 — Leon Gans Bequest 5,000.00 

1911 — Charlotte Harburger Bequest 200.00 

191 1 — Meyer Frank Bequest 200.00 

191 1 — Adolph Weyl, in memory of his grandchild, Ruth 

Weyl Bernheimer 25.00 

1912 — Joseph Rosskam Bequest 1,000.00 

1912 — Adolph Weyl Bequest 100.00 

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

Mathilde Frank 500.00 

1912 — The Simon and Esther Bacharach Endowment, by 

their children 1,500.00 

1912 — GusTAv Bacharach Fund 50.00 

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

Simon Abeles 500.00 

1913 — Meyer Siedenbach Bequest 1,000.00 

1913 — Julius Siedenbach Bequest 1,000.00 



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Legacies and Endowments to THE FEDERATION OF JEWISH CHARITIES. OF 

PHILADELPHIA- Continued 

1913 — SiGMUND Heilbron Bcquest $ 400.00 

1913 — Emanuex Rubel Memorial 900.00 

1913 — Mrs. Henry Schwarz Bequest 100.00 

1913 — Mrs. H.\nnah Hoffman, in memory of her son, 

Alexander Hoffman 100.00 

191 3 — Morris Pf.elzer Bequest 5,000.00 

1914 — Isaac Blum Bequest 250.00 

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

1914 — Henry Jonas Bequest 2,000.00 

1914 — Marcus Katz Bequest 100.00 

1914 — William Kaufman Bequest 5,000.00 

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

and Directors of the Federation 170.00 

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

memory lOO-OO 

1915 — Joseph E. Oppenheimer Memorial, from the Seven- 
thirty Club 100.00 

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

1915 — Herman Wolf Bequest 75o.oo 

1915 — Lewis W. Steinbach Memorial Fund 10,000.00 

1915 — Esther Baum Memorial 2,000.00 

1915 — John Netter Bequest 200.00 

1915 — Samuel Kind Bequest 5,000.00 

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

husband, Simon Kirschbaum 500.00 

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

191 6 — Bernard Haeburger Bequest 1,000.00 

1916 — Louis Elkish Memorial 350.oo 

1916 — Arnold Kohn Bequest 1,000.00 

i9i6_Miss Fannie Rice, in memory of brother, Moses R ce, 50.00 

1916— Henry Van Beil Bequest •. • 1,000.00 

1916— Sidney and Milton Ellerman, in memory of their 

father, Lehman Ellerman 400.00 

1916 — Leopold J. Strouse Bequest ■ ■ •_• 95-25 

I9i5_Mr. and Mrs. Perry Frankel, in memory of their 

daughter, Ray lOO-OO 

1916 Se\^N-Thirty Club, in memory of Harry S. Behal.. ^0.00 

1917 — Ellis Silberstein Bequest 48475 

I9I7_A. M. Langfeld Bequest 1,000.00 

1917 — Joseph A. Leberman Memorial from his brothers, 

Sidney A. and Maurice A. Leberman 500.00 

1917— Henry Siedenbach Bequest 20,000.00 

1917 — Jacob Miller Bequest 1,000.00 

i9I7_Jacob Miller, in memory of wife, Rosa Stein M Her, 500.00 

1917 — Hyman Herzberg Bequest 300.00 

igi7 — Charles C. Rosenberg Memorial, from his Mercan- 
tile Club friends 125.00 

1917 — Charles C. Rosenberg Bequest 1,000.00 

1917 — Max Liveright Bequest 1,000.00 

1917— Mrs Morris Pf.i:lzer, in memory of her husband, 

Morris Pfjelzer • • 5,ooo.oo 

1917 — Mr. and Mrs. Herbert B. Loeb, in memory of their 

son, Richard Simon Loeb 1,000.00 

1917 — Edward Wolf Bequest S,ooo.oo 



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Legacies and Endowments to THE FEDERATION OF JEWISH CHARITIES. OF 
PHILADELPHIA— Continued 

1918 — Sidney A. Leberman^ in memory of his fatlier, Lud- 

wig M. Leberman $1,000.00 

1918 — Maurice A. Leberman, in memory of his father, 

Ludwig M. Leberman 1,000.00 

1918 — The Children of Baruch and Josephine Bauer, in 

their memory 200.00 

1918— David Strauss, in memory of his wife, Babette 

Strauss 300.00 

1918 — Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Sundheim, in memory of 

their son, Joseph H. Sundheim, Jr 100.00 

1918 — Ida F. Kahn Bequest 200.00 

1918 — Mr. and Mrs. Leon Merz, in memory of their son, 

John Daniel Merz 500.00 

1918 — Aeram L. Koppenheim, in memory of his father, 

David Koppenheim 50.00 

1918 — Samuel Borgenski, in memory of his father, Charles 

Borgenski 100.00 

1918 — Lena Rosenzweig, in memory of her brother, Moses 

Rosenzweig 50.00 

1918 — Martin Schlesinger Bequest 500.00 

1918 — Henry Schamberg Bequest x,ooo.oo 

1918 — Gabriel H. Lang, in memorj^ of his parents, Louis 

and Henrietta Lang 100.00 

1918 — Nathan Roggenburger Bequest 500.00 

1919 — Mrs. Tillie Batzer, in memory of her mother, Mrs. 

W. L. Stern 75-00 

1919 — Grace Feustman Bequest 500.00 

1 919 — Henry Mitchell Bequest for perpetual memorial 

membership 1,000.00 

1919 — Eva Coons Bequest 2.500.00 

1919 — Solomon Asher Bequest 500.00 

1919 — Leonidas B. Mayer Bequest 500.00 

1919 — William P. Brockerman, in memory of his mother, 

Elizabeth C. Brockerman 250.00 

1919 — Samuel Borgenski, in memory of Charles and Jennie 

Borgenski 250.00 

1919 — Miss Mamie Borgenski, in memory of Charles and 

Jennie Borgenski 250.00 

1919 — Ruth, Albert and Benjamin Strouse, in memeory of 

mother, Regina Bacharach Strouse 500.00 

1919 — Mrs. Walter M. Steppacher, in memory of husband, 1,000.00 
1919 — Mrs. Julia G. Arnold, in memory of her daughter, 

Florence Arnold Lieber 100.00 

1919 — Miss Amelia J. Allen, in memory of Alexander and 

Sarah Myers 50.00 

1919 — Mr. and Mrs. George Goward, in memory of son, 

Lieutenant Edward B. Goward 25.00 

1920 — Louis Rosenberg Bequest 952.50 

1920 — Mrs. Celia Fleisher, in memory of husband, Simon 

B. Fleisher 1,000.00 

1920 — Lionel Friedmann, in memory of his parents, Max 

and Eva Friedmann 500.00 

1920 — Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sundheim, Sr., in memory of 

their son, Joseph Sundhe'm, Jr 100.00 

1920 — The Children of the late Benjamin and Rose Lowen- 

stein, in memory of their parents 5,000.00 



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Special Donations to the Endowment Fund of 

THE FEDERATION OF JEWISH CHARITIES 

OF PHILADELPHIA 

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

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

eightieth birthday 2,500.00 

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

memory 25,000.00 

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

their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary 250.00 

1915 — The Bernie Kirschbaum Improved Housing Fund, 

by Mrs. Cecelia Kirschbaum, in memory of her son, 2,000.00 

1916 — The Children of Morris and Matilda Stern, in 
honor of the sixtieth wedding anniversary of their 
parents 2,000.00 

1916 — The Bernie Kirschbaum Improved Housing Fund, 

By Mrs. Ceceha Kirschbaum, additional 1,000.00 

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

of their fiftieth wedding anniversary 1,000.00 

1917 — Rita and Florence Bacharach, in honor of their 
grandmother, Hannah Strouse, and in memory of 
their grandparents, Simon and Esther Bacharach.. 1,000.00 

1917 — The Bernie Kirschbaum Improved Housing Fund, 

by Mrs. Simon Kirschbaum 500.00 

1917 — The Bernie Kirschbaum Improved Housing Fund, 

by Mrs. Cecilia Kirschbaum, additional 1,000.00 

1918 — Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel L. Meyerhoff, in honor of 
the thirteenth birthday anniversary of their son, 
Alan, and in memory of his grandparents, Mr. and 
Mrs. Simon Bacharach and Mr. and Mrs. Louis 
Meyerhoff 250.00 

1918 — Mrs. Simon B. Fleisher, in commemoration of her 

seventieth birthday anniversary 300.00 

1918 — Rita and Florence Bacharach, in honor of their 
grandmother, Hannah Strouse, and in memory of 
their grandparents, Benjamin Strouse and Simon 
and Esther Bacharach 1,000.00 

1918 — Albert Wolf, in honor of his fiftieth birthday anni- 
versary 1,000.00 



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Special Donations to the Endowment Fund of 
THE FEDERATION OF JEWISH CHARITIES OF PHILADELPHIA-Conr/Vjuerf. 

1918 — Mrs. Simon Kirschbaum, in honor of the eighty- 
first birthday anniversary of Mrs. CeceHa Kirsch- 
baum, for the Bernie Kirschbaum Improved Hous- 
ing Fund $ 500.00 

1918 — Mrs. Sylvan Dalsimer, in memory of her parents, 
Abraham and Virginia Friedenrich, and in honor of 
the fiftieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. 
Sylvan Dalsimer 1,000.00 

1919 — Mr. and Mrs. Sol Bacharach, in honor of their 
mother, Mrs. Hannah Strouse, and in memory of 
their parents, Benjamin Strouse and Mr. and Mrs. 
Simon Bacharach 1,000.00 

1919 — Mrs. Simon Kirschbaum, in honor of the eighty- 
second birthday anniversary of Mrs. Cecelia Kirsch- 
baum, for the Bernie Kirschbaum Improved Hous- 
ing Fund 500.00 

1919 — Mrs. Cecelia Kirschbaum, in commemoration of her 
eighty-second birthday anniversary, for the Bern'e 
Kirschbaum Improved Housing Fund 500.00 

1920 — Mrs. Cecelia Kirschbaum, for the Bernie Kirsch- 
baum Improved Housing Fund 250.00 

1920 — Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gerstley, Jr., in honor of 
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Bacharach and Mr. and 
Mrs. Wm. Gerstley 100.00 

1920 — Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. Marks, in honor of twenty- 
fifth wedding anniversary 1,000.00 

1920 — Mr. and Mrs. Sol Bacharach, in honor of their 
mother, Hannah Bacharach, and in memory of their 
parents, Simon and Esther Bacharach and Benja- 
min Strouse 1,000.00 

1920 — Mr. and Mrs. I. Weinberg, Pennsgrove, N. J., in honor 

of their thirtieth wedding anniversary 100.00 

1920 — Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Meyerhoff, in honor of their 

fiftieth wedding anniversary 200.00 

1920 — Mr. and Mrs. Eugene M. Stern, in honor of their 

twenty-fifth wedding anniversary 500.00 

1920 — Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Dalsimer, in honor of the sev- 
entieth birthday anniversary of Mrs. Dalsimer, 
donated in memory of their son, Eugene 1,000.00 




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LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS 

For the Year Ending September 30, 1920 



ALABAMA 
Anniston 

Smith, Mrs Colum- 



bus 



$5.00 



Banton 

Cadden, J. 1 5.00 

Bessemer 

Erlick & Lefkovits, 5.00 

Birmingham 

Adler, Morris 25.00 

Federated Jewish 

Charities 65.UO 

Marx, Otto - 10.00 

Huntsville 

Marx, Gus 5.0O 

Weil, M. L 5.00 

Mobile 

**Bernheimer, Mrs. L., 
Beth Zur Lodge 84, 

I. O. B. B. 10.00 

Federated Jewish 

Charities 150.00 

Montgomery 

Emanuel Lodge 103, 

I. O. B. B 5.00 

Haas, J. C lO.CO 

Kaufman, Sam'l .... 10.00 

Kaufman, S. R 5.00 

Kauf mann, N 5.00 

Klein, Leo 10.00 

Levy, S 5.0D 

Loeb, Lucien 5.00 

Loeb, Michel 5.00 

Moritz, Mrs. Chas. 

F lO.CO 

Pake, L. J lO.OO 

Schloss, S. L 25.00 

Strauss, Leopold .... 5.0O 

Strassburger, Leo . . . 25.00 

Weil, Mrs. E. L 5.00 

Weil, Emil 5.00 

Weil, Isadora 5.O0 

Weil, L. W., & Co., 10.03 

Weil, Lionel 5.00 



Selma 

Benisli & Meyer 5.00 

Hohcnberg, Morris .. 5.0O 

Lehman, M. M 5.00 

Schuster, B. J 5.00 

Tepper Bros 5.00 

Wetumpka 

Hohenberg, M., & Co., 10.00 

ARIZONA 
Tucsott 

Jacobs, Lionel M. .. 10.00 



ARKANSAS 
Dumas 
Dante, Chas 5.00 

Helena 

Goldsmith, Abe 5.00 

Seelig, B 5.00 

Solomon, Louis 5.00 

Holly Grove 

Abramson, Mrs. 
Rue lO.OD 

Hot Springs 
Fellheimer, H 5.00 

Little Rock 

*Altheimer, Mrs. 

Louis. 

Back, Wm 50.00 

Berger, Joe, Sr 25.00 

Blass, Mrs. Gus .... 35.00 

Cohn, Mark M 50.C0 

*Epstein, Eph. 
Federated Jewish 

Charities ' 200.C0 

Frauenthal, Chas. .. 50.00 

Gross, J. B 25.00 

Hamberg, Ad 50.00 

lieiman, Mrs. Max .. 10.00 

Kahn, Herman 50.00 

Kempner, Ike 50.00 



Lasker, Harry 50.00 

Lasker Henry 50.00 

*Lasker, Myron B. 

Levin, B 50.00 

*Pfeifer Bros. 

Pfeifer, Jos 5.00 

Pfeifer, Mr. and 

Mrs. Jos 50.00 

Storthz, Sam 25.00 

Marlanna 
Lesser, Morris 5.00 

Paragould 

Bertig, A 5.00 

Joseph, Mrs. S. L., 5.00 

Pine Bluff 

"Willing Workers" 
of Temple Anshe 
Emeth 5.00 



CALIFORNIA 

Bakersfleld 
*Cohn, C. 

Fresno 

Einstein, Mrs. Louis, 10.00 

Gundelfinger, Lee . . 10.00 

Gundelfinger, Louis, 5.00 
Gundelfinger, Mrs. 

Louis 5.00 

Hollywood 

Stern, Harold M. ... 5.00 



La JoUa 

Lieber, Mr. and Mrs. 
W. S 

Los Angeles 
Baruch, Clarence ... 
Baruch, Fred'k H. .. 
Baruch, Herbert M. .. 
Baruch, Mrs. Herm., 
Baruch, Mrs. Jacob.. 
Behrendt-Levy Co., 
Brownstein, D. J. .. 
Council of Jewish 

Women 

Edelman, D. W. ... 



15.00 



5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
10.00 
10.00 

50.00 
10.00 



"Life Member. 
*Deceased Life Member. 



66 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Faerber, Arnold .... 25.C0 

Frankcl, Cecil ... . lO.iJO 

Gumbiner, Moses . . . 15.00 

Harris, Sol. H 5.00 

Hexter, J. G 5.00 

Isaacs, L 10.00 

Kingbaker, Mrs. 

Clara 10.00 

Lang, M. H 5.00 

Latz, Miguel 25.00 

Levi Co., Simon 10.(X) 

Loew, J 5.00 

Louis, Henry W. ... 10.00 

Meyer, Alexander . . 5.C0 

Meyer, Ben R 10.00 

Newmark, M. H. ... 5.00 

Newmark, M. R. ... 5.C0 

Nordlinger, L. S. .. 10.00 

Roos, Jacques 5.00 

Samuels, Caesar 10.00 

Schiff, Ludwig 10.00 

Schiff, Sol 10.00 

.Spansenthal. A 5.00 

Triest, Karl 25.00 

Mountain View 

Esberg, A. 1 10.00 

Oakland 

Jonas, Abraham 5.00 

*Lavenson, A. S., 
*Lavenson, Mrs. A. S. 

Oakland Lodge 252, 

L O. B. B 10.00 

Oznard 

Lehmann, L 5.00 

Pasadena 

Ej-auskopf, Xathan.. 100.00 

Sacramento 

Cohen, Isidor (Be- 
quest) lOOO.CO 

Ethan Lodge 37 ]. 

O. B. B 5.00 

Klaber, Mrs. Her- 
man 5.00 

Lubin, S. J 10.00 

San Diego 

Jos. E. Dryer 5.00 

Hillkowitz, S 5.00 

Wolf, Hyman S. ... 5.00 



San Francisco 

Abrahamson, Hugo, 
Anspacher, Philip .. 
Arnhold, Mrs. B. ... 
Arnstein, Ludwig .. 

Blum, Max 

Boas, Judah 

Brandenstein, Edw., 
Brenner, Gustave ... 
Castle, Walter M. .. 
Cremieux Lodge 325, 

I. O. B. B 

Dinkelspiel, Mrs. L. 

M 



5.00 
10.00 
lO.CO 
50.00 

5.00 
10.00 

5.00 

10.00 

120.C0 

b.OO 

lO.CO 



Ehrman, S. M 10.00 

Fries, Wm 5.00 

Gellert, Isaac 5.(X) 

Gerstle, Mrs. Han- 
nah S.OO 

Golden Gate Lodge 

129, I. O. B. B. .. 20.00 
*Gunst, M. A. 

Haas, Abe~." 100.00 

Haas^Mrs. Wm. .. 20.00 
•*Hellman, Isaias W. 
Hirschfelder, Dr. 

J. 5.00 

Ickelheimer, S 5.00 

Jacobi, J. J lO.OO 

Jacobs, Isidor 10.03 

Kaufmann, Wm 5.C0 

Koshland, Mrs. Mar- 
cus S 100.00 

Levison, J. B 10.00 

Levy, Jules lU.UO 

Lilienthal, Mrs. J. 

W lO.OO 

Mayer, Mr. and Mrs. 

Henry L 50.C0 

*Meyer, Mary Jean- 
nette. 

Moses, Abraham 15.00 

*Neustadter, Mrs. J. 
H. 

Newman Bros 10.00 

*Rosenbaum, Mrs. C. 

W. 
Rosenberg Bros. & 

Co 25.00 

Sahlein, Mrs. Henry, 25.00 
*Samson, Mrs. Ru- 
dolph 
*Samson, Rudolph Walter. 
Schlesinger, Chas. .. 10.00 
Schoenberg, Louis .. lO.CO 
Sinsheimer & Co. .. lO.CO 
Sloss, Mrs. M. C. .. 10.00 
Stern, Mrs. Jacob .. 25.C0 
\\'alter, Clarence R., 10.00 
Weinstock, Harris . . 50.00 



Loric, Marx , 
Sachs, Henry 



5.00 
5.00 



San Luis Obispo 

Sinsheimer, Mrs. 
A. Z 



10.00 



Santa Rosa 

Rosenberg, M., & 
Son 5.00 

Stockton 

Arndt, M. S 5.00 

Frankenheimer Bros., 10.00 
Hope Lodge 126, I. 

O. B. B S.OO 

Levy, M. & Bro. .. 10.00 



Yolo 
Borach, B. 



10.00 



COLORADO 
Colorado Springs 

Colorado Springs 

Lodge 523, I.O.B.B. lO.CO 
Kaufman, B. S 5.00 



Denver 

Anfenger, Milton ... S.OO 

Barnett, M. D 5.00 

Beer, L. B S.OO 

Bitterman, Simon .. 10.00 

Cohen. Samuel 5.00 

Cohn, Morris 5.00 

Denver Lodge 171, I. 

O. B. B 10.00 

Graum.an, Al 5.00 

Guldman, Mrs. L. H., 10.00 

Mayer, Leopold .... 5.C0 

Mayer, Sam 5.00 

Morris, Ernest 5.00 

Xeusteter, Max 5.00 

Neusteter, Meyer ... lO.CO 
Pride of Denver L. 

333, I. O. B. A. .. 10.00 

Shere, O. M 5.03 

Simon, Dave B S.OO 

Solomon, Ben 5.00 

Zwetow, Samuel R... 5.00 

Trinidad 

Goldsmith, Mrs. M. J. 10.00 



CONNECTICUT 

Hartford 

Aishberg, Edwin S.OO 

Eisner, Solomon .... 5.00 

Engle, Mrs. J. L. .. 5.00 

Epstein, M. L 5.00 

Fassler, S. A 10.00 

Feinberg Bros 5.00 

Fox, J. L 10.00 

Goldberg, A. D 5.00 

Goldschmidt, L. S., 10.00 

Gross, Herman 5.00 

Haas, Benj. L 10.00 

Haas, W. P 5.00 

Hartman, A. & S. . . 20.00 
Hartman, Emanuel 

M 20.00 

Hartman, Gustave . . 20.00 

Herrup, Louis 10.00 

Hollander's, A., 

Sons 10.00 

Hutter, A 5.00 

Kapla.i, David 5.00 

Kashmann, Ben. ... 10.00 
Kashmann, Seymour 

S S.OO 

Knoek, Gerald G. .. 5.00 

Knoek, L. S 5.00 

Levy, H. P 5.C0 

Lyon, Bernhard S.OO 

Lyon, Felix 5.00 

Margolis, M 5.00 

Marks, M. F 10.00 

Mendelsohn, Alfred 

I 10.00 

Myers & Gross 10.00 

Olds & Whipple 10.00 

Rappaport, B 5.00 

Rosenberg, Jos 10.00 

Schwartz, Geo. B.. . . 5.00 

Seide, David 5.00 

*Silberman, A. M. 

Silver Bros 5.00 



*Life Member. 
'Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



67 



Suisman & Bluinen- 

thal 10.00 

Title & Rich 5.00 

Tulin, A. J. ......... 5.00 

Vogel Bros 5.00 

Wetstone, L 10.00 

Wise, Isidore 25.00 



Meriden 

Bush, Alex. 



New Haven 

Adler, F. M 10.00 

Adler, Saltzman & 

Adler 5.00 

Alper, Krall & Co... 5.00 

Ammerman, vVm. .. 5.00 

Anonymous 5.00 

Apsel, Mrs. M 5.00 

Canter & Koletsky.. 5.00 

Caplan, Judge Jac, 5.00 

Cohen, M 5.00 

Columbus Lodge 61, 

I. O. B. A. ...... S.OOi 

Council of Jewish 

Women 10.00 

Edelstein, S. M 5.00 

Feldman, A. 1 5.00 

Frank, Milton W. .. 5.00 

Freednian, Isidor ... lO.OO 

Goldbaum, J. C 5.0C 

Gompertz, Mrs. 

Jewell M 5.00 

Gordon, 1 5.00 

Hadley Co 10.00 

Heller, Louis C 5.00 

Herrman, Sig 5.00 

Hoffman & Hoff- 
man 5.00 

Horeb Lodge 25, I. 

O. B. B 25.00 

Jacobs, Benj 5.00 

Jacobs, Hyman ..... 10.00 

Johnson, Albert J... 10.00 

Johnson, Jos. C 10.00 

Kafka, A 5.00 

Komroff, Sam 5.00 

Koon, Joseph 5.0O 

Leichter, M. B 5.00 

Mann, M. & Bro. .. j.OO 

Maretz, Julius 5.00 

Mendel, Adolph .... 10.00 

Muhlfelder, S 5.00 

Nathanson, S. J. ... 5.00 
New Haven Lodge 4, 

U. O. T. S 5.00 

Newman, Jacob J. . . 25.00 

Newman, Samuel J., 5.00 

Osterweis, Mrs. G. .. 5.00 

Perlroth, A 5.00 

Podoloff, A., & Son. 5.00 

Price, M S.OO 

Resnick, I. W S.OO 

Rosenberg, Louis L., S.OO 

Rosenberg, S. C 5.00 

Rosenbluth, Arthur. 5.00 

Rosenbluth, Louis M., 10.00 

Rosenbluth, Mrs. S., 10.00 

Rubin, I. H 5.00 

Sagal, L. M 10.00 

Saltser Bros 5.00 

Sanspariel Hat Co... 5.00 



Schoeiibcrgcr, E. & 

Sons S.OO 

Schocnbergcr, Mrs. 

Wm S.OO 

SegalolT, J. H., & 

Bro S.OO 

Sherman, M 5.00 

Shonmger, S. B 10.00 

Slade, Henj lO.O'l 

Slepack, M. J 10.00 

Steinbach, A. D. .. 10.00 

Sugenlieimer & Sons, 5.00 

Thalheimer, E. H. .. S.OO 

LTIlman, Isaac M. .. iO:).00 

Ullman, Jos. H. . . 5.00 

Ullman, Louis M. .. 10.00 

U. S. Aluminum Co., 25.00 

Zunder, Albert lO.CO 



Stamford 

Kaufman, Julius . 

Waterbury 
Winestine, Isaac 



DELAWARE 

Seaford 

Greenabaum, K. . . . 
Van Leer, Chas. . . 



10.00 



10.00 



5.00 
S.OO 



Wilmington 

Braunstein, Harry . . 5.00 

Breuer, Chas. K. ... S.OO 

Breuer, Max S.OO 

Faber, Jacob 5.00 

Ginns, Oscar 20.00 

Himber, Jos 10.00 

Kanofsky, Hymen . . S.OO 

Krigstein, Morris . . 10.00 

Levy, Bennett 5.00 

Levy, D. L 15.00 

Mark-1, A S.OU 

Miller Bros. Co S.OO 

Miller Nathan 5.00 

Moses Montefiore 

Beneficial Soc'y .. S.OO 

Poland, M. D S.OO 

Rosenblatt, Louis . . 5.00 

Schagrin, Chas 25.00 

S'lovin, Samuel S.OO 

Snellenburg, David, 10.00 

Topkis, Chas 10.00 

Wilson, Jas. H 10.00 

Wolters, Mrs. Re- 
becca 10.00 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 
Washington 

Argo Lodge 413, I. O. 

B. B S.OO 

Baum, Leo S.OO 

Baum, Milton S.OO 

Baum, Pauline 5.C0 



Bnnmcartpn. Leo .. 

l-lehrend, Isaac 

BeuiciiU, i^uiioiph B 

"Berliner, Emil 
Blumenfeld, Mrs. M 
Brandeis, Louis D 
Brylawski, A. ..; 
Cohen, Mrs. Edw. 

Cohen, Myer 

David, M 

Eisenmann, Jacob 
Erlebacker, G. ... 

Fischer, Max 

Friedlander, Bros. 
Ganss, Morris ... 
Gichner, Ernest . 
Gichner, Fred. S. 
Goldenberg, M. , 
Goldheim, I. L. .. 
Goldsmith, C. A. .. 
Hahn, Mrs. Harry W 
Hahn, Wm. & Co. 

Hartz, I. B 

Hecht Alex 

Heilprin, G. F. .. 
Heller, Mrs. A. S. 

lieiiug, iiui 

Hirsh, Louis 

Jackson, L. J. ... 
K^n-a. MrQ. J. .. 
Kahn, Isadore . . . 
Kann, Sigmund . 

Kann, Simon 

Kaufman, Edgar 
Kaufman, H. L. ... 
Kaufman, Dr. H. M 
Kaufman, Virginia 

King, Harry 

Kohner, Edward . 
Kohner, Jacob . . . 
Kuntz, Adolph . . . 
Lansburgh, Lester 
Lansburgh, Stanley 

Levy, H 

Livingston, Ben 

Loeb Co. 

Luchs, Jos 

Luchs, Morton J. 

Lyon, Simon 

Lyons, Mrs. R. B. H 
Mayer, Alfred .... 

Meyer, S. M 

Newmyer, Mr. and 

Mrs. Alvin 

Ney, Milton R. ... 
Oppenheimer, Gus 

tave 

Peyser, Julius I. . . , 
Reizenstein, Sidney 
Rice, Emanuel ... 

Rich, M. M 

Rick, Herbert J. 
Rose, Mrs. F. H. 
Rosenberg. M. D. . 
Saloman, David .. 
Samuells. Nathan ' 

Sanger, David 

Schwartz, Chas. . . 
Schwartz, Sam T. 

Sigmund, Abe 

Sigmund, Albert .. 
Sigmund, Howard 

■Simon, Louis 

Simon, Mrs. Louis 



5 0C 
5.00 

20.00 

S.OO 

25.00 

S.OO 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
S.OO 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

SO.OO 
5.00 
5.00 

10.03 
S.OO 
5.00 

20.00 

10.00 
S.OO 
S.uO 
5.00 
5.00 
5 00 
S.CO 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
S.OO 
5.00 
5.00 
S.OO 
S.CO 
S.OO 
5.00 
S.OO 

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

5.00 
10.00 

10.00 
5.00 

lO.CO 
5.00 

lO.CO 
S.OO 
5.00 
S.OO 
S.OO 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
. S.OO 

25.00 

25.00 



*Life Member 



68 



THE NATIOxNAL FARM SCHOOL 



Simon, Mr. and Mrs. 

Louis 10.00 

Simon, Samuel 5.00 

Strasburger, Jos. ... 10.00 

Straus, Sydney W... 10.00 
Wallerstein, Mrs. 

Gus 5XX) 

Washington Hebrew 

Congregation 5.00 

Werber, Mrs. G 5.00 

Weser, Mrs. Fanny, 5.00 

West, Sidney 10.00 

Wise, B. and D. ... 5.00 

Wittgenstein, Harry, 5.00 

Wolf, Alexander .. 50.00 

Wolf, Harry S S.OO 



FLORIDA 



Jacksonville 




Davis, D 


5.00 


Finkelstein, Neal .. 
Hirschberg, Julius .. 
Jacobs, V. E. & 
N. W'eil 


S.OO 
lO.OO 

lO.CO 


Joel, L. D 


5.00 


Levy, B. S 

Rubin & Hirsh 

Temple Mite Soc.... 
Zacharias, Percy W., 


15.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 


Orlando 




Philips, Dr. P 


S.OO 


Pensacola 




Friedman, Alex 


S.OO 


St. Augustine 




Friend of the School, 
Gerstel, I 


5.00 
5 03 


Less, J. A 


5 CO 


Snyder, S. A 


5.00 



Tampa 

Buchsbaum Dept. 

Store S.OO 

Cohen, M. Henry 5.00 

Grahn, Peter 5.00 

Maas, Abe lO.uu 

Maas, E lO.OO 

Maas, Isaac 20.00 

Maas, Julius 5.00 

Rosenblatt, A 5.00 

Waterman, J. A S.OO 

Wolf Bros SjOO 

West Tampa 

Hecht, Alex S.OO 



Ybcr City 

Katz, Adam 



5.00 



GEORGIA 



Albany 



Brown, Mrs. David, 5 00 

Brown, S. B lO.tX) 

Cohn JBros 5.00 



Ehrlich, J S.OO 

Farkas Est S.OO 

Gartatowsky, A. C, 10.00 
Hebrew Ladies' Ben- 
evolent Society ... 5.00 

Hofmayer, L. J 25.00 

Marks, Chas 5.00 

Menko, Mrs. Emma.. 5.00 
Micah Lodge 707, I. 

O. B. B 10.00 

Prisant Bros 5.00 

Robinson, C. D 5.00 

Rubin, S. W S.OO 



Athens 

Boley Sidney 5. CO 

Boley, Sol 5.00 

Cohen, Edward 5.00 

Cutler, Sam S.OO 

Flatan, Lucien B. . . 5.00 

Funkenstein, Louis . S.OO 

Jankower, M 5.00 

Joel, Abe S.OO 

Joel, Jake B 5.00 

Marks, Sam 5.00 

Michael, Ernest 5.00 

Michael, Leroy 5 00 

Michael, M. G 5.00 

Morris, Lee 5.00 



Atlanta 

Adler, Edwin 5.00 

Alexander, C. A 5.00 

Eisemaii, Jacob 5.„0 

Eplan, Sol. B 5.00 

Feinman, 1 5.00 

Haas, Edwin R s'co 

Haas, Herman 10 00 

F^as. Mrs. T H 5 00 

Haas, Est. of Jacob, 7.50 

Haas, Leonard S.OO 

Haas, Leopold, Jr. .. s'oo 

Heyman, Arthur 10 00 

Hirsh, J. N S.OO 

Hirsh, Mrs. Jos lO.OO 

Hirsiiberg Co 5.00 

Jacobs, J. B 5.00 

Koplm, K 5.00 

Knegshaber, V. H... 5.00 

Kutz, Max Co 10 00 

Mayer, Albert E. ... 5.00 

Rosenfeld, A. W. . . . 5 00 

Schaul, Henry H. .. 10 f'O 

Scheer John 5.00 

Sehg, S. S., Jr 5.00 

Strauss, D. H 5.00 

Strauss, O. R 5 oo 

Weinberg, A. J 5;oo 

Augusta 

Andronosky, T 5.00 

Blum, Lee 5 00 

Goldberg, J. & Son, S.OD 
Hebrew Ladies' Aid 

Society .. 5.C0 

Nachman D 5.00 

Sawilowskj- J 5.00 

Schaul L. J 5.03 

Schneider, C. H 5 m 

Simowitz, Mrs. H 500 

Slusky, David 10.00 

Smolensky, S 5.OO 

Steinberg S s.ao 

lunkle, Max 500 



Brunswick 

Abrams, J. B 5.00 

Asher, Isador 5.00 

Bluestein, Mrs. B. .. S.OO 

Fendig, Albert S.OO 

Gordon, A. J 10.00 

Haym, L. H 5.00 

Levy, J 5.00 

Lissner, J. J S.OO 

Pheirier, Fred S.OO 

Rothholz, A 5.00 



Columbus 

Arenowitch, Theo. .. 5.00 

Buhler, M. L 5.00 

Columbus Lodge 77, 

I. O. B. B S.OO 

Hecht Bros 10.00 

Hofflin & Greentree, S.OO 

Kaufman Bros S.OO 

Loeb, Sol., Co 15.00 

Loewenherz Bros. . . 5.00 

Rothschild, D., & Co., 20.00 

Rothschild, Herman, 10. CO 

Straus, A 5.00 



Eastman 

Herrman, Mrs. J. D., S.OO 

Macon ' 

Bloch, Michel S.OO 

Elkin, E 5.00 

Guthman, Sam S.OO 

Happ Bros. Co 10.00 

Haskin, Jos S.OO 

Hirsh, Jacob S.OO 

Jacobovitz, Abraham, 5.00 

Kell, A S.OO 

Koplin, H 5.00 

Lazarus, J 5.00 

Popper, Stephen 5.00 

Ulman, E S.OO 

Waxelbaum, Jos. ... S.OO 

Waxelbaum, L. I. .. 5.00 

Witman, D 5.00 

Sandersville 

Cohen, Louis S.OO 



Savannah 

Adler, Sam G 35.C0 

Berner, J. B S.CO 

Bluestein, L S.OO 

Blumberg Bros 5.00 

Blumenthal, S 5.00 

Ehrenreich, Harry .. 5.00 

Epstein, E. S S.OO 

Falk Clothing Co. .. S.OO 

Frank, Estate of Leo, 5.00 

Frank, Mrs. Leo 5.00 

Garfunkel, A. J 10.00 

Grouse, L. E S.OO 

Guckenheimer, 

Abe S 5.00 

Myers, Lee Roy 25.00 

Pinkussohn, Sam ... S.CO 

Ra^zin, A 5.00 

Schwab, J. M 5.00 

Shapiro, A 5.00 

Slotin, Morris 10.00 

Solomon, Arthur W., 5.00 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



69 



Solomons, J. A 5.00 

Wcitz, 1. D 5.00 

Weitz, Mrs. L., Sr., 5.00 



Vidalia 

Leader, M 10.00 

West Point 

Cohen Bros 5.00 

Hagedorn, Philip ... 5.00 

Herzfeld, Jos 5.00 



IDAHO 
Boise City 

Ladies' Judith Mon- 
tefiore Society .... 5.00 



ILLINOIS 

Athens 

Salzenstein, C. S. .. 10.00 



Bloomlngton 

Abraham Lincoln Lodge 

190, I. O. B. B. ... 10.00 

Club of Ladies lO.UO 

Cohen, B S.CO 

Greisheim, W. & 

Sons 10.00 

Heldman, S. &. Son, 5.00 

Livingston, Abe 5.00 

Livingston, A. & 

Sons 20.00 

Livingston, Albert .. 5.00 
Livingston, Mayer & 

Co lO.OO 

Mandel, Oscar 20.00 

Ochs, Herman S 15.00 

Schwarzman, A 5.00 

Tick, Morris & Co., 5.00 



Cairo 

Solomon, Joe 5.0O 

Champaign 

Kaufman, J. M 10.00 

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

Chicago 

Aaron, Mrs. B 10.00 

Alschuler, A. S 10.00 

Alschuler, Judge 

Samuel 10.00 

Alter, Jacob 5.00 

Austrian, Edwin ... 25.00 

Baum, Herman S.OO 

*Bauman, Mrs. Edw. 
Baumgarden, Mrs. 

Rosa 20.00 



Becker, A. G 25.00 

Becker, Benj. V. . . . 10.00 

Becker Bros. & Co., S.OO 

Becker, S. M 5M 

Belson, David 10.00 

Bensinger, B. E. ... 10.00 

Binswanger, A lO.CO 

Binswanger, Jacob .. 20.00 

Birkenstein, Al 10.00 

Birkenstein, Harry, 10.00 

Birkenstein, Louis .. 25.00 

Block, E. J 10.00 

*Block, Jos. 

Block, L. E 10.00 

Block, P. D 10.00 

Born, Edgar R 5.00 

Born, M. & Co 10.00 

Borovik, Geo. S. ... 25.00 

Brann, Mrs. H 5.00 

Bregman, L. 1 5.00 

Burger, Anton 5.0O 

Byfield, Jos 25.00 

Churchill, Richard 

^ 10.00 

Cohen, B. & Sons, 10.00 
Cohn, Mr. and Mrs. 

A. H 10.00 

Cohn, Chas 5.00 

Cohn, Mr. and Mrs. 

Ed 10.00 

Cohn, Jos. W 5.00 

Conn, Max 5.00 

Davis, Dr. H. I. ... 5.00 

Davis, Jas. A 10.00 

DeLee, Dr. Jos. B., 10.00 

Dicker, Zoltan 10.00 

Eisendrath, H. J 5.C0 

Eisendrath, Louis .. 5.00 

Eisler, Chas 5.00 

Eliel, LI. J 10.00 

Elkan. Henry 5.00 

Engelhard, Benj. M., S.OO 

Englander, M 10.00 

*Epstein, Max. 

Faroll, B S.OO 

Finn, Jos. M lO.OO 

Florsheim, Estate of 

Simon 10.00 

Foreman, Mrs. E. G., 10.00 

Foreman, Oscar G. . . 10.00 

*Frank, Henry L. 

*FreunJ, Gustave. 

Fries, Roy 15.00 

Gatzert, August 10.00 

Gimbel, Chas. A. . . . 10.00 

Click, L ■ 5.00 

Green, Mr. and 

Mrs. A 10.00 

Greenebaum, Children 

of Elias 100.00 

Greenebaum, H. N., 5.03 

*Greenebaum, M. E. 

Grossfeld, S. E 5.00 

Grossman, I. A 5.00 

Gumbinsky Bros. ... 10.00 

Gutwillig, E 10.00 

Haas, Mr. and 

Mrs. A lO.CO 

Haas, M 5.00 

Halperin, Dr. R. L., 5.00 

Harris, S. H 5.00 

Hart, Mrs. Harry .. 10.00 

Hartman, Jos. S. ... 10.00 

Heiman, Marcus 20.00 

Herst, Frank 5.00 



Hornei,Jos 5.00 

Ilorwich, Ji 10.00 

Hyman, Mrs. D. A.. 5.00 

Hyman, Jos 10.00 

Isaiah Sabbath 

School lO.OO 

Isaiah Temple 10.00 

*Joseph, L. 

Kanter, Isaaac 5.00 

Kaufman, W, A. ... S.OO 

Keller, Louis P 15.00 

Keller, Ruth 5.00 

Klee, Max 10.00 

Klee, Simon 10.00 

Klein, Henry A 10.00 

Kohn, Simon A 5.00 

Komaiko, S. B 10.00 

Kornbhth, Howard .. 5.00 

Kraus, Adolf 10.00 

Kronthal, Benj 10.00 

Lachmann, Nunia . . . 5.00 
Lebensberger, Mrs. 

L 5.00 

Leppel, A 5.00 

Leven, Ben 10.00 

Lieberman, Isaac K., 5.00 

Linick, Adolph lO.OO 

Lipson, Isaac B. ... 5.00 

Loeb, Jacob M 25.00 

Loeb, Leo A 10.00 

Loewenthal, B 10.00 

*Mandei, Edwin F. 

*Mandel, Mrs. Eman- 
uel. 
**Mandel, Leon. 

Mandl, Sidney lO.OO 

Marks, Mrs. I. L. .. lOO.OO 

Meyer, Abraham VV., 25.00 

Meyer, Alfred C. .. 10.00 

Meyer, E. F 10.00 

Michaels, Jos 50.00 

Moos, J. B. 10.00 

Neuman, Louis 5.00 

Newman & Gach ... 5.00 
Oriental-Hillel Lodge 

72, I. O. B. B. ... 10.00 

Pfaelzer, Mrs. D. M., S.OO 

Philipsborn, Martin. 25.00 

*Phillipson, Saml. 

Pick, Richard 10.00 

Piatt, Mrs. H. K. ... 35.00 

Regensburg, Henry . 5.00 

*Reitler, Chas. 

Richier, Simon 5.00 

Rieser, Herman .... 5.00 

Rosenbaum Bros. ... 25.00 
Rosenfcld, Mrs. 

Maurice 25.00 

Rosenthal, James ... 10.00 

*Rosenthal, Lessing. 
Rosenthal, Mrs. 

M. S lO.CO 

Rosenwald, M. S. .. 10.00 

Rubens, Chas 10.00 

Rubovits, Toby S.OO 

Samuels, Benjamin.. 5.00 
Schanfarber, Dr. 

Tobias 5.00 

Schiff, Benj. J 10.00 

Schmaltz, J. H 10.00 

Schnadig, Jacob .... lO.OO 

Seeberger, Geo 5.00 

Seelenfreund, A. B., S.OO 

Siegel, Ferd 5.00 

Silberman, Adolph ,. 25.00 



*Life Member. 
^Deceased Life Member, 



70 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Sommer, Chas 10.00 

Speyer, Mrs. E. M., 5.00 

Spiesbeiger, H. T. .. 5.00 

Stein, Albert 5.00 

Stein, Ignatz 10.00 

Stein, S. M 5.00 

Steindler, Albert .... 10.00 

Stern, Max S.CO 

Stern, Mrs. Max ... lO.CO 
*Stettauer, Mrs. D. 

Stoll, S. D 10.00 

Stolz, liev. Dr. Jos., 5.00 

Straus. Aaron 5.00 

Straus, Eli M 10.00 

Straus, Leo 10.00 

Straus, Meyer L. . . . 10.00 

Straus, S. J. T 25.00 

Taussig, M 10.00 

Temple Sholom S. S., 10.00 

Thorsch, Victor 5.00 

Turner, A 5.00 

Weil, Benj 10.00 

Weil, Isidor lO.OO 

Weil, Julius E 5.00 

Weiss, S. H 10.00 

Winkler, Mrs. 

Bertha S.CO 

Witkowsky, Jas 5.00 

Woolf, Alfred E. ... 10.00 

Woolf, Morris 10.00 

Wurmser, Jacob 5.00 



Danville 

Straus & Louis Co., 

Delavan 

Reinheimer, Mrs. 
Therese 



15.00 



10.00 



Evanston 

Fuiks, Miss G 5.00 

Galesburg 

Jewish Ladies' Aid 

Society 5.C0 

Lincoln. 

Atlass, Frank 5.00 

Landauer, Jos 5.03 

Peoria 

The B. & M 5.00 

*Bennett, C. M. 

Bloom, J 5.00 

Cinofsky, W. & 

Son 5.00 

Citron, George 5.00 

Cohen Furniture Co., 3"ii 

Eppstein, Elmer S. .. 5.00 

Federman, Leo G. .. 10.00 

Field, J. W 5.00 

Friedman. D. S 5.00 

Gibbs & Meyers .... 5.00 

Goldstein, H. M. .. 5.00 

Heller, \V. & Son .. 5.00 

Kahn, Mrs. Rosa .. 10.00 

Lehmann, A. & S. .. 20.00 



Linn, John 7.50 

Lowenstein, J. Iv. .. 5.00 

Marcus, Julius 12.50 

Miller, M. C 5.00 

Moskovitz, Sam 5.tO 

Nathan, Chas 5.00 

Newman, M. G 10.00 

Obendorf, Lee 5.00 

Oppenheim, N. B. .. 5.00 
Progress Lodge 113, 

I. O. B. B 15.0U 

Salzenstein, Arnold. 5.00 

Salzenstein, Harold. 5.00 
Salzenstein, S. C. & 

A. C 15.00 

Schradski, A. & Co., 20.03 

Schwabacher, L. H., 10.00 

Smith, Dr. C. M. ... 5.00 

Strauss, Herman . . . S.CO 

Szold, Jacob 5.00 

Szold, Joseph 5.00 

Wachenheimer, J. . . 5.0O 

Weisser, Wm S.CO 

Wolfner, Wm. F. .. 10.00 

Woolner, Adolph, Jr., 25.00 

Woolner, E. S 10.00 

*Woolner, Mrs. Mir- 
iam S. 

*WooIner, Seymour A. 

*Woolner, Mrs. Sey- 
mour A. 

Woolner, S. & A. .. lOO.OO 

•Woolner, W. B. 

•Woolner, Mrs. W. B. 

Quincy 
Reib, J. J 5.00 

Rochelle 

**Hi!b, Emanuel. 
*Hilb, Mrs. Emanuel. 

Rock Island 

Brady, Chas. S 5.00 

Greenblatt, M 5.00 

Hill, J 5.00 

Lewis, Simon S.CO 

Morris & Lewis 5.0O 

Mosenfelder, Mrs. 

A 5.00 

Mosenfelder, Mr. & 

Mrs. Louis 25.00 

•Mosenfelder, Mrs. 

Louis. 

Sosna, M 5.00 

Trachtenberg, L 5.00 

Springfield 
Ernes Lodge 67, I. O. 

B. B 5.00 



INDIANA 



Angola 

Stiefel, 



Mrs. L. C, 5.00 



Columbia City 
Ladies' Hebrew Ben- 
evolent Society . . . S.OO 
Mier, Hattie Daniel, 5.00 



EvansvlUe 

Berman, 1 5.00 

Federated Jewish 

Charities 300.00 

Levy, Henry S.OO 

liosenthat, Mrs. 
Ruth G 20.C0 



Fort Wayne 

Emek. Beracha Lodge 
No. 61, I. O. B. B., 25.00 

Federation of Jewish 
Charities 200.00 

Freibuiger, Leopold, 25.00 

Temple Sisterhood .. 10.00 



Gary 

Winter, M. M 5.00 

Goshen 

Salinger, Nathan ... 10.00 

Hamilton 

Wolff, G. & Sons .. 5.00 

Hammond 

Hirsch. Adolph 5.00 

Kaufmann, C 10. CO 

Pillischer Emii 10.00 

Weiss, Arthur 5.00 

Wolf, Leo 10.00 

Huntingdon 

Lauferty, D. E 20.00 



Indianapolis 

Jewish Federation . . 300.00 

Kiser, Sol 25.00 

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



Kendallville 

Keller, L. J. 

Kokomo 

Levi, J. S. . 



5.00 



10.00 



Lafayette 

Barzillai Lodge 111, 
L O. B. B 5.00 

Jewish Ladies' Aid 

Society 5.00 

Loeb, J. Louis 5.00 

Lebanon 
Adler, Phil 5.00 

Ligonier 

Baum, I. M 5.CC 

Henoch, Sol 10.00 



*Life Member. 
^Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



71 



Jacoljs, Mrs. Clara .. 5.00 

Jacobs, Eli 5.00 

Jacobs, Irvin 5.00 

Joseph Chester 5.00 

Ladies' Jewish Ben. 

Society 10.00 

Loeser, Herbert 5.00 

Mier State Bank .. 25.00 
*Straus, Isaac D. 
Straus, Mrs. Isaac 

D 10.00 

**Straus, Jacob. 

Straus, Simon J 20.00 

Wertheinier, L. R. & 

A. M 10.00 

Logansport 
Wise, C. S 5.00 

Madison 

Sulzer, Louis 5.00 

Muncle 

Hene, M 10.00 

Muncie Lodge 752, I. 
O. B. B 15.00 

Portland 

Weiler, Morris 5.00 

South Bend 

Adier, Sam 5.00 

Bing, Mrs. Jos 10.00 

Ciralsky, A 5.00 

Fishgrund, D 5.0O 

Frank, A. lO.UO 

Freudenstein, Mrs 

Esther 5.00 

Freudenstein, M. B., 5.00 

Livingston, Abe. ... 5.00 

Seeberger, Julius ... 10.00 

Summitville 

Jewish Ladies' Aux- 
iliary 10.00 

Warner, Children of 
Anna 15.00 

Warner, Wilhelmina, 5.00 



Terre Haute 

Blumberg, Benj 5.00 

Blumberg, Max 10.00 

Cohen, Harry W. ... 5.00 

Cohen, Morris 5.C0 

Feibelinan, E 5.00 

Finkelstein, Mr. 

and Mrs. J. R 25.00 

Frank, Samuel & 

Sons 15.00 

Can Eden Lodge 110, 

I. O. B. B 20.00 

Goldberg, Ben 5.'0 

Goldberg, Julius .... 5.00 

Goldman, Ben 5.00 

Goodman & Wolfe .. 5.00 



Greenberg, Sam b.UO 

Grossman Bros 5.00 

Hebrew Ladies' Aid 

Society 15.00 

Herz, Mrs. A 10.00 

Herz, Milton E 10.00 

James, Harry A. ... 5.00 

Joseph Sons, M 5.00 

Kleeman Dry Goods 

^Co 10.00 

Kohn Bros 5.00 

Lederer Julius 5.00 

*Levi, Simon. 

Levin Bros 10.00 

Petersdorf, Sig 5.C0 

Schultz & Smith ... S.OO 

Silberman, Louis ... 5.00 

Silverstein Bros. . . . 5.00 

Thorman, Mrs. Judy, 5. CO 

Uffenheimer, S 5.00 



Union City 
Lewis Bros. 



10.00 



10.00 



Wabash 
Hyman, Louis L. 

IOWA 



Cedar Rapids 

Smulekoff, H S.OO 

Charles City 

Hecht, Jos 10.00 

Davenport 

Adler, E. P 20.00 

Bloch, H. D 5.0O 

Deutsch, Joseph .... lO.uO 

Landauer, Moritz .. 10.00 

Langbein, S 5. CO 

Moritz, Sol 5.00 

Petersberg, A. F. .. 7.00 

Petersberger, Isaac, 10.00 

Raphael, Albert .... 5.00 
Raphael, Mrs. 

Johanna 5. CO 

Rissman, Sam'l 10.00 

Rosenthal, Max 5.00 

Siegel, A 5.00 

Simon, L 15.00 

Waxenberg, Abe 5.00 

Weigle, N. E 5.00 

Decorah 

Bear, Ben 10.00 

Des Moines 

Lederer, Mrs. Emma, 10.00 

Samish, M 10.00 

United Jewish Phil- 
anthropies 250.00 



Keokuk 
Weil, J. B 5.00 

Oskaloosa 

Rosenblatt, Aaron .. S.OO 

Sioux City 

Davidson Bros. Co... 50.C0 
•Wise, Mrs. Chas. 



KANSAS 
Leavenworth 

Ettenson, Mrs. 

Henry 5.00 

Woolfe, B. B 5.00 

McPherson 

Strouse & Son, J. .. S.OO 

Ogden 

Weichselbaum, Sam, 5.00 

Salina 
Stiefel, Moses 5.00 

Topeka 

Auerbach & Guettel, 10.00 



KENTUCKY 
Bowling Green 

Crista!, Sam'l S.OO 

Nahm, Fred 5.00 

Danville 

Lyons, Samuel 20.00 



Henderson 

Hymson, H. S. 



S.OO 



Dubuque 

**Slimmer, A. 



Lexington 

Federation of Jewish 

Chanties 75.00 

Louisville 

'Ades, Simon .' 5.00 

Baron, Nathan 5.00 

Baron, S. S 5.C0 

Bensinger, Arthur 

B. ..! 5.00 

Bernheim, B 50.00 

Bernheim, Frank D., 10.00 

Bernheim, I. W. ... 50.00 

Bleiden, 1 5.00 

Bloom, E. L 5.00 



*Life Member. 
'^*Deceased Life Member. 



72 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Blum Bros. & 

Florsheim, Inc. ... 10.00 

Blum, S 5.00 

Brooks Bros 5.00 

Brooks, Mrs. Marie, 5.00 

Burger, Mrs. S 20.C0 

Byck, L. S 5.00 

Cohen, L. W 5.00 

Council of Jewish 

Women 10.00 

Dreifus, Simon A. .. 5.00 

Ehrmann, Hilmar .. 5.00 

Felensthal, Gabe J., 5.C0 

Flarsheim, A. B 10.00 

Flexner, Dr. J. A... lO.CO 

Goldstein, Harry ... 5.00 

Goldstein, S 5.00 

Hirsch, Benj 5.00 

Hirsch, Louis li. ... 5.00 

Hyman, Jacob 5.00 

Isaacs Bros 5.00 

Jacoby, Zach 5.00 

Kahn, Joe 5.00 

Kiefer, Henry B. .. 5.00 

Klempner Bros 5.00 

Leopold, Lawrence S., 5.00 

Levy, Arnold H 5.00 

Levy, Harry 5.C0 

Levy, Xathan 5.^0 

Levy, Sam 5.00 

Levy, Sol 5.00 

Lorch, Vic 5.00 

Louisville Scrap Ma- 
terial Co 5.00 

Marx & Abroham . . 5.00 

Marx, F. L 5.00 

Marx, J. F 5.00 

Mendel, Chas 5.00 

Meyers, Dr. Sid- 
ney J 5.00 

O'Koon, J 5.00 

Rauch, Rabbi Jos. .. lO.CO 
Rosenbaum, I., & 

Sons P.CO 

Rosenheim, Jacob .. 5.00 

Sabel & Sons, M. .. 10.00 

Sachs, Edward 5.00 

Sales, A. M 5.00 

Seidenman, J. 1 5.00 

Selligman, Alfred .. 5.G0 

Selligman, Bernard.. 5.00 

Selligman, Jos 5.00 

Shamrock Overall 

Co S.OO 

Shapin, Julius 5.00 

Shapinsky, Allan ... 5.00 

Shapinsky, Herman. 5.00 

Straus, Benjmin 20.00 

Straus, Dr. E. C. ... 5.C0 

Straus, E. E 5.00 

Strull, Chas 5.00 

The Bon Ton 5.00 

Ullman, Sam 5.00 

Weinstock, E 5.00 

Maysville 

Merz, Mrs. A. L. .. 5.00 

Merz, Eugene 5.00 

Owensboro 

Baer, L. D 5.00 

Hirsch, Col. A 10.00 



Rosenfeld, Mrs. A., 10.00 
Rosenfeld, Mrs. 

Silas 5.00 

♦*Shortell, J. D. 

Paducah 

Friedman, Herman .. 15.00 
Harmony Lodge 149, 

I. O. B. B 5.00 

Marks, M 5.00 

Moritz, Simon 5.00 

Simon, Mose 10.00 

Temple Israel Sister- 
hood 5.00 

Walleistein, H. & 

J S.OO 

Weil, H. & Sons ... 5.00 

Weil, Jesse S.OO 

Weille, B. C. & J., 10.00 



Natchitoches 

Nelken, Samuel . 
Semmelman, Mar- 
shall 



Shelbyville 

Samuel, Leopold 



S.OO 



LOUISIANA 

Abbeville 

Sokoloski, L lo.uu 

Wise, Solomon (in 

memoriam) S.OO 

Alexandria 

Fried, Sam S.OO 

Gehr, Gus S.OO 

Kaufman, I. J 5.00 

Mann, Dan E lO.CO 

Posner, 1 5.00 

Pressburg. H. H. ... 5.(0 

Sackman Bros S.OO 

Simon, A. E 10.00 

Simon, Mr. & Mrs. 

Harry L S.OO 

Simon, H. L 5.00 

Simon, S 10.00 



Donaldsonville 
Netter, Adolphe 5.00 



Glynn 

Baum, Mrs. Lillian 
Lewis 5.00 



Jeanerette 
Wormser, M. & C, S.OO 

Lafayette 
Abramson, X S.OO 

Monroe 

Mever, Mrs. Sol. ... S.OO 
Titche, Chas 10.00 



New Iberia 

Gates of Prayer 
Sabbath School 



10.00 
5.00 



6.00 



New Orleans 

Beer, Henry 100.00 

Blumenthal, George, 25.00 
"District G. L. 7, 1. 

O. B. B 100.00 

Jewish Charitable & 
Educational Feder- 
ation 417.00 

Kohn, Joseph 5.00 

Levy, A S.OO 

Levy, Mrs. Otto A., 5.00 
*Newman, Mrs. 
Henry. 
**Newnian, Isidor. 



New Roads 
Bigman, Isaac 5.00 

Rayville 

Caspari, Jos 5.00 

Shreveport 
Bnai Zion Congre- 



gation 



50.C0 



MARYLAND 
Baltimore 

Adler, Simon C 5.00 

Baer, Estate of Gus., 5.00 

Beck, Paul L 5.00 

Benesch, Wm. M. .. 10.00 
Berlinsky, Garfield 

A lO.CO 

Bernheimer, Ferdi- 
nand 50.00 

Burk, Fried & Co. . . 5.00 

Castelberg, Henry . . 10.00 

Castelberg, Jos 50.00 

Cohen-Adler Shoe 

Co 10.00 

Cohen, B. E S.OO 

Cohen, Miss Bertha, 5.00 
*'Cohen, Mendes. 

Cohn, Emanuel 10.00 

Cohn, Miss Marv .. 5.00 

Cone, Dr. Clarib'el .. 5.00 

Cone, Frederic W. .. 5.00 

Davidson, Arthur ... S.OO 

Davidson, Isaac 5.00 

Dealham, Sam 5.00 

Deiches, Wm 5.00 

Eisenberg, Abraham. 10.00 

Engel, Jacob 10.00 



*Life Member. 
'Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



11 



Epstein, Jacob 50.00 

Fader, A 5.00 

Frank, Solomon 10.00 

'Friedenwald, Hiram 

W. 

Goldenberg, Julius.. 10.00 
•Goldenberg, Julius 

M. 

Goldenberg, Levi ... 10.00 

Goldschmid, Mrs. R., 5.00 
Goldsmith, Tacob S. 

& Bro. ...". 10.00 

Gomprecht & Ben- 

esch 5.00 

Gottschalk, Tos 50.00 

GottSLhalk, Levi ... 10.00 

Greenbaum, Daniel . 5.00 

GreenLiaum, Leon E., 10.03 
Greenbaum, Milton, 

D 10.00 

Greif, David L 5.O0 

Greif, Leonard L. .. 5.C0 

Greif, Max 5.00 

Halle, Isaac 5.00 

Halle Mever S S.OO 

Halle, Moses 5.00 

Hamburger, Manes J., 10.00 

Hanlme Bros 10.00 

Harsh, George M. . . 5.00 
Hecht, Mrs. Albert 

S 5.00 

Hecht, Emanuel .... 2S.O0 

Hecht, Mrs. L. A. .. 25.00 

Hecht, Malcolm .... 5.00 

Hecht, Moses S 5.00 

Hecht, Nathan I. . . 10 00 
Heller, Mrs. Flor- 
ence Simon 5.00 

Hochschild, Max ... 10.00 

Hornstein, J. D 10.00 

Hutzler, Mrs. David, 5.00 

Katz, A. R 10.00 

Katz, Meier 5.00 

Katz, Mrs. Zadock . . 5.00 
•Kaufman, Henrietta. 
Kaufmann, Louis, & 

Sons 5.00 

Kemper, David 5.00 

Kerngood, Herman . . 10.00 

Koenigsberg, Morris, 5.00 
Koenigsberger, Mrs. 

Rosa 10.00 

Kohn, Benno 5.00 

Kohn, Louis B. ...... 10.00 

Kraus, Henry 5.00 

Lansburgh, Sidney.. 10.00 

Lauchheimer, S. H., 5.00 

Lauer, Martin 5.00 

Lazarus, L 10.00 

Lazarus, Morton L., 5.00 

Lehman, Judah 5.00 

Leopold, Isaac 5.00 

Lew, Alfred 10.00 

Levy, Julius 25.00 

Levy. Wm 10.00 

Mandelbaum, Sey- 
mour 10.00 

Morris, Miss Esther, 10.00 

Moses, Jacob M 5.00 

Nusbaum, Max 20.00 

Opnenheimer. I. M... 10.00 
Pollack, Mrs. Han- 
nah 5.00 

Rayner, Albert W... 10.00 



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

William 5.00 

Rosenberg, Mrs. 

Bertha 5.0) 

Rosenberg, Lewis S., 5.00 
Rosei.heim, H. & 

Son 5.U0 

Rothholz Bros 5.60 

Rothholz, Julius 5.00 

Rothschild, M 5.00 

Rothschild, S 5.00 

Salabes, Sody 5.00 

Samuels, Morton ... 25.00 
Savage. Dr. Moses 

M. .■ 10.00 

Seliger, Mrs. Leon, 10.00 

Sigmund, Mrs. Leo, 5.00 

Sonneborn, Sig. B. .. 25.00 

Strauss Bros 25.00 

Strauss, Mrs. Em. .. 10.00 

Strauss, Mver 5.00 

Strouse, Ben 10.00 

*Strouse, Isaac. 
Strouse, Mrs. Ma- 
thilda 5.00 

Strouse, Moses I. .. 5.00 
Szold (Benj.) Lodge, 

211, I. O. B. A 5.00 

Thalhcimer, Mr. & 

Mrs. Samuel 10.00 

Thalheimer, S. J. ... 10.00 

L'lman, Nathan 5.00 

Van Leer, Milton . . 5.00 
Weinberg, Abraham 

1 10.00 

Wertheimer Bros. .. 5.00 
Westiieimer, Milton 

F 10.00 

Wiesenfeld, Jos 5.00 

Wyman, Maurice ... 5.00 



Centerville 
Baker, C. B. 

Cumberland 



5.C0 



Rosenbaum, Simon .. 5.00 
Rosenbaum, Susman, 5.00 



MASSACHUSETTS 

Boston 

Agoos, Lassor 10.00 

Agoos, S. L 25.00 

Baer, Louis 10.00 

Brandt, C 5.00 

Broomfield, R 5.00 

Collins, A. M 5.00 

E. & R. Hat and 

Cap Co 5.00 

Fox, Isidor lO.CO 

Freedman, Dr. Louis 

M 10.00 

Gold. Samuel lO.CO 

Goodman, Mrs. Sam- 
uel 5.0O 

**Hecht, Mrs. Lina. 

Hecht, Simon E. ... 10.00 



Hillson, H. M. & . ^ 

Co ^'JO 

•Ilirshberg, A. S. 

Joseph, A 10.00 

*Kirstein, Louis E. 

Koshland, A 5.00 

Koshland, Joseph ... 5.00 

Lebowich, J 5.00 

Levy, Ben 5.00 

Lourie, David A. .. 5.00 

Lurie, M. S 5.00 

Massell, F. W 5.00 

*Mayer, Richard. 

Moses, George 5.00 

Penn, Harry 10.00 

Price, Harry ^J-OO 

Rabalsky, Benj 5.00 

Ratshesky, A. C. .. 5.00 

*Rawitzer, Fred. 

Rawitser, Wm 10.00 

Rosenbush, Al. A. .. 10.00 

Rudwick, Jos 5.C0 

Scheinfeldt, Solomon, 10.00 

Schooner, Joseph Y., 5.00 

Schwartz, H. & Co., 5.00 

Schwartz, Jacob 5.00 

*Shuman, A. 

Shuman, Samuel 5.00 

Solomont, James 5.00 

Waldstein, S. H. ... 10.00 



Brooklinc 



Andrews, Julius 5.00 

Salomon, Mrs. P. G., 5.00 



Cambridge ( 

Stern, Miss Bessie.. 5.00 

Chelsea 

Rosenberg Bros 5.00 

Salter, M. & Sons .. 5.00 

Chicopee 

Rich, Harry 15.00 

Dorchester 

Berger, Wolf 5.00 

Byer, Selik J 5.C0 

Roxbury 

Van Noorden, E. .. 50.00 



Springfield 

Isenberg & Co., H. 10.00 
Terry, Aaron 5.00 



Waltham 
Bayard, Harris 5.00 



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*Deceased Life Member. 



74 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Winter* Hill 

Hillson, Hyman M., 5.00 



Lansing 

Gerson, Jos. 



lO.OO 



Eveleth 
Sax, Sol. 



5.0O 



Worcester 

Asher, A. 1 5.C0 

Asher, Jacob 5.00 

Grodberg & Hirsch, 5. GO 

Gross, Strauss Co. .. 5.00 

Isenberg, A. G 5.C0 

Putnam, C 5.00 

Reed, Jacob 5.00 



Norway 
Ruwitch, Bessie L. .. 15.00 



Pontiac 
Heineman, Sol. E. 



5.00 



Hibbing 

Bloom, Hyman 5.00 

Hallock, Chas 5.C0 

Lippman, B. M 10.00 

Nides Bros 5.00 

Osherman, M. E. ... 5.00 

Sachs, A., & Sons . . 5.03 



MICHIGAN 



Adrian 



Bachrach, Mrs. 
Frank 



5.00 



5.00 



Charlotte 
Vomberg, M. 

Detroit 



Buchhalter, Wm. ... 5.00 

Cohen, Sol. R 5.00 

Fechimer, H. M. ... 5.00 

Goldberg, Isaac .... 10.00 

Goldman. A 5.00 

Goldstein, H. Joseph, 10.00 
Goldstein, Mrs. H. 

Krohn 10.00 

*Gumbiner, Jos. H. 

Heavenrich, Samuel. 10.00 

Horwitz, Harris 10.00 

Kahn, Mrs. Albert .. 10.00 

Krolik, Henry A. ... 20.00 

Levy, Chas 5.00 

Levy, \Vm. K 5.00 

Musliner, Louis S., 5.C0 

Oppenheimer, M. ... 5.00 

Parish, Joseph 5.00 

Peritz, 1 5.00 

Rosenfield, Monroe . 5.O0 

Rosenzweig, S. D. .. 15. CO 
**Schloss, Seligman. 

Siegel, Benjamin ... 5. CO 

Sloman, Eugene H., 35. CO 

Traitel, Maurice 10.00 

Wincman, Andrew .. 5.00 

Wineman, Henry . . . 5. CO 

Wineman, L l.SOO 

Wolfe, N 10.00 

Grand Rapids 



United Jewish Wel- 
fare Society 



Kalamazoo 

Desenberg, Mrs. B. 

L 

Mishan Lodge No. 

247, I. O. B. B. .. 



50.00 



10.00 
5.00 



MINNESOTA 
Ankota 
Wishnick, Max 



5.C0 



5.00 



5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



Canby 
Langmack, J. P 

Chisholm 

Peck, Morris 

People's Dept. Store, 
Sapero and Wain . . 

Duluth 



Albenberg, M. C. . . . 5.00 

Barrett & Myers ... 5.00 

Beckman, Benj 5. CO 

Billstein. Wm 5.00 

Casmir, Henry 5. CO 

Cook, Julius 5.O0 

Cook, Meyer 5.C0 

Copilowich, S. B. ... 5.00 

Davidson, B 5.00 

Davis, Jos 10.00 

Freimuth, I lO.UO 

Garber Bros 5.C0 

Gidding, J. M., & Co., 5.00 

Josephs, H. Y 5.C0 

Karon, L 5.C0 

Karon, Sol 10.00 

Lavitt, J. F S.OO 

Leiser Co 5.00 

Levin, S. 1 5.00 

Littman, A. Y 5.C0 

Loeb, Louis S 5.00 

Loeb, Sam'l 5.C0 

Lugoff, X. E 5.00 

Meizlan, 1 5.00 

Meyers, Chas. P. ... 5.00 
Mogelson & Mogel- 

son 5.00 

Oreck, Mrs. G. A. .. 5.00 

Oreckovsky, J 5.00 

Sattler, J. B 5.00 

Sher, P 5.00 

Silberstein, B 5.00 

Slonin Bros 5.00 

Sylvian, W 5.00 

Weinberg, D 5.00 

Zalk, Louis s.fp 

Zimmerman, 1 5.00 



Minneapolis 

Aaron & Co 10.00 

Adelsheira, E 5.00 

Alexander, Sam 5.00 

Apt, Emil R 5.00 

Bearman Fruit Co... 10.00 

Bergstein, 1 5.00 

Berman Bros 10.00 

Bloom Bros. Co 10.00 

Blumberg, L. J., Jr.. 5.00 

Brill, J. E ; 5.00 

Brin, Arthur 10.00 

Brown & Rabinowitz 5.00 
Capital Iron & Metal 

Co 5.00 

Chapsky, L H 5.00 

Coen, L. H 5.00 

Cohen, M. L 5.00 

Cohen, Mver S 15.C0 

Cohn, H 5.00 

Conhaim, M. H 10.00 

Cooper, C. B 5.00 

Davis, H. T 5.00 

Davis, J. M 10.00 

Edelman, J. K 5.C0 

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

Fairfax Produce Co., 5.00 

Fischer, A. H 5.00 

Fischer, Harry 5.00 

Friedman, Beii 5.00 

Friedman, David 5.00 

Friedman, John lO.CO 

Friedson, L. W 5.00 

Gittleson Jewelry 

^9°,-, l"-00 

Goldberg, A 5 00 

Goldberg, Max J. . . . 5>o 

Goldman, A. & Son, 5 00 

Goldberg, S. P 5.00 

Goodman, Sam 5.ro 

Gottlieb, M 5' 00 

Green, H. H 5.00 

Greenberg, William, S.OO 

Grodnik, L. S 10.00 

Gross, A. M 5.00 

Gross Bros lo.oo 

Gross & Weinstein.. 10 00 

Hams, A 500 

Harris, A M. & Sig., loioo 

Harris, M. H lo.QO 

Hartman, T. H 'i m 

Hertz, E. F :;■■ 5^0 

Hollander, H. L s oo 

Hyman, J J 5.C0 

.Tacobs, B 10.00 

Jacobs, L 500 

Jacobson, L ' 500 



*Life Member. 
**Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



75 



Teffery, D. C 5.00 

■[oseph, I. S 5 00 

luster Bros 5.00 

Kaplan, E 5-00 

Kaufman, J ^-00 

Kayser, Albert J. ... 5.03 

Kayser, Howard 5.00 

Kohen, Max A lU.lO 

Kohen, Mrs. Max A., 5.00 
Kolliner, Robert S., 5.00 

Kreger, N 10.00 

Kronick's 5.00 

Kurstin, M. A 5.00 

Landy, D 5.0 

Levin Bros 10.00 

Lewin, S S.iO 

May, J. L 5.00 

MayKo Mfg. Co 5.00 

Mayer Co 10.00 

Minneapolis Lodge 

271, L O. B. B. ... 20.C0 
Minn. Barrel & Bag 

Co 5.00 

Monasch Lithograph- 
ing Co ^00 

Moss Bros 5 " 

Muehlstein, J 5.C0 

National Scrap Iron 

Metal Co 3-00 

Pflaum & Sons 5.0T 

Raich & Co 3-00 

Rathner, H 5.00 

Reisman, Phil 5.! 'j 

Resler Bros 5.00 

Ribnick Bros. & 

Stein 10.00 

Robbins, Geo 5.00 

Robitshek, Dr. E. C, 5.00 

Robitshek, Geo 5.C0 

Robitshek, I. H 5.00 

Robitshek, Joseph . . 5.00 

Roderick, J. D 5.00 

Rose, Maurice 5.00 

Rosen Bros 5.00 

Rosenstein, M 5.C0 

Ruben, Harold M. .. 5.00 

Ruben, L H IfOO 

Rush Harry 5.00 

Sapero & Robitshek, 10.00 

Schanfeld, J. H 5.C0 

Schloss, H. E 5.00 

Schloss. J. A 5.^0 

Schneider, B. N 10.00 

Schneider, E. A 5.00 

Security Iron and 

Metal Co 5.00 

Selig, Joseph 3.00 

Shapiro, Leo 10.00 

Silberman, C. H. ... 5.00 

Snattinger, M 10.00 

Stromberg, A. & Co., S.OO 

Stromberg, Geo 5.00 

Sweet, H a.OO 

Taussig, Sigmund & 

Son 5.00 

Weil, Chas 5.00 

Weil, Isaac 10.00 

Weisfeldt, M. J. ... 5.00 
Weiskopf, Henry ... 5.00 

Weisman, 1 5.00 

Weisman. Wm S.OO 

Wolf son, S. S S.OO 

Wolk & Co 5.00 



Wolpert & Davis ... 5.00 

Woolpy, J. H. 10.00 

Yeager-Horwitz Co., 5.00 



Northfield 
Stern, Chas 5.00 



St. Paul 

Federation of Jew- 
ish Charities 100.00 

Goodkind, Mrs. B. L., 10.00 

Selig, Leon J 5.00 



Virginia 

Simon and Schibel .. 5.00 

West Duluth 
Mann, M. R S.OO 

MISSISSIPPI 



Brookhaven. 

Cohn, David Z. ... 

Corinth 

Rubel, Abe & Co. 
Worris, H 



Greenville 

Goldstein, Nathan .. 
Hebrew Union S. S.; 
Solomon, M. L 



10.00 



50.00 
5.00 



5.00 
S.OO 
5.00 



Natchez 

••Frank, Henry. 

Frank, Mrs. Henry, 5.00 

Viener, Harry 5.00 

Viener, Mrs. H. ... 10.00 



Vlcksburg 

Associated Jewish 

Charities 25.00 

Hirsh, J. ............ S.uO 

Kory, Kev. Sol. L., o.UU 
Ladies' Hebrew Ben- 

evolent Asso 10.00 

Landau, M. D 5.00 

Mite Society Anshe 

Chesed S. S 5.00 

Sussman, S 5.00 

Yazoo City 
Wise, H 1000 



MISSOURI 

Joplin 

Newman, Albert 10.00 

Kansas City- 
Benjamin, Alfred .. 50.00 
Benjamin, David ... 50.00 
*Benjamin, Mr. and 

Mrs. Lionel J. 

Cohn, Mrs. M 5.00 

Federated Jewisn 

Charities 250.00 

Feldenheimer, Sam.. 5.00 

Hess, A 5.00 

Kansas City Lodge 

184, I. O. B B. ... 25.00 

Lorie, Percy S 10.00 

Meyer, L S.OO 



Greenwood 

Stein, S. J 5.00 

Stern, Sam 5.00 

Weiler, A 5.00 



Hattiesburg 
Dreyfus, M. 

Jackson 



Ascher, Jos ... 

Dreyfus, Mrs. Bertha, 
Dreyfus, Isidore ... 



S.OO 



5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



Meridian 

Meyer, Sam.. 5.00 

Rothenberg, M a-W 

Threefoot Bros. & 

Co 5.00 



Louisiana 

Michael Bros 15.00 



St. Joseph 

Adath Joseph R. S., 5.00 
Block, Mrs. Fannie, 20.00 
Ehrlich, Wm. H. . . . 5.C0 
Federated Jewish 

Cha.ities 100.00 

*Hirsch, Sol. 
Joseph Lodge 73, I. 

•^ O. B. B 20.00 

Schloss, Moses A. .. 6.00 

Siegel, Lewis 5.00 

**Westheimer, Mr. & 

Mrs. Ferd. 
**Westhcimer, Samuel. 

St. Louis 

Aaron-Fleischer 

Silk Co S.OO 

Alexandre, Armand, 10.00 



*Life Member. 
^Deceased Life Member. 



76 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Arenson, J lO.OO 

Auer, Mrs. Isidor .. 5.00 

Baer, J. A 25.00 

Baer, Sigmond 10.00 

Baskovvitz, 1 5.00 

Baumoel, M 5.00 

Berger, Jos 5.00 

Bettmann, I lO.tO 

Biederman, Emanuel, 10.00 

Bierman, F., & Sons, 5.00 

Block, Charles lO.CO 

Block, Emil 5.00 

Bobier, A. M 5.00 

Bry, Nathan lO.OO 

Carafoil, A lO.CO 

Cohen, Hyman 25.00 

Cohen, Leon 5.00 

Cohen, Louis 10 00 

*Cohn, I. H 25.00 

Crone Millinery Co., 5.0O 

Doischman, 1 10.00 

Drey, Mrs. A. L. ... 5.00 

Eiseinan, Adolph ... 5.00 

Eiseman, David, Jr., 5.00 

Eiseman, Fred. B., 10.00 

Eiseman, R. S lO.CO 

Epstein, J. 1 5.00 

Epstein Pants Co. .. 5.00 
Federal Paper Stock 

Co 15.00 

Ferer, Sam lO.OO 

Flarsheim, M. J 10 00 

Flesh, Geo 5.00 

Forcheimer, J. R. ... 5.00 
Friedman, Harry, & 

Son 5,00 

Friedman, N., & 

^Sons 10.00 

Friend Hide & Fur 

^Co. ......... .. 10.00 

Frohhchstein, S. H., lO.OO 

Fuller, Aaron SO.OO 

Furtli, Moe '. 5..00 

Gillerman, Gus 500 

Glaser, Julius lo.OO 

Olaser, Sigmund 5.00 

Glaser, Walter M. .. 10.00 

Gluck, 1 5.00 

Goldman, Alvin D., 10.00 

Goldman, L 5.00 

Goldman, M lO.OO 

Golluber, Jos lo'.OO 

Gordon Shoe Co., Leo, 10.00 

Greenfield Bros 10 CO 

Greensfelder, Ber- 

„"ard 10.00 

Oreenspon, Jos. & 

r-^T ■,••■■••••;,• 10.00 

(.lUckenheim, E 5.00 

Haas, Harry S 10.00 

Harris, Ben 50.OO 

Harris, Marcus 50.00 

Hasg:an, S 5.00 

Hecht, Herman SM 

Hecht, Max 5.00 

Hecht, Sydney lo'.OO 

Hellman & Sons 10 00 

Heyman, Ralph J. 5.00 

Hirsch & Co 5.00 

Hirscnhorn. Lewis .. 5.00 

Hoffman, Morris ... 10.00 

House of Bargains .. 5.00 

Isaacs, John A 5.00 

Jacobson, Hugo 5.00 



Jaulus, Paul 10.00 

Kahii, Hyman 10.00 

Kahn, J. B 5.00 

Kleinhauser, M 10.00 

Knickerbocker Cloth- 
ing Co 5.00 

Kranzberg, S 5.00 

Krokyn, Louis 5. CO 

Krone, L. E 10.00 

Landau, A lO.CO 

Lesser, Harry ... lO.CO 

Levis, Leo 10.00 

Levy, F 10.00 

Lewin Metal Corpor- 
ation 10.00 

Lewis, A. E lO.CO 

Lewis, Mrs. A. E. . . 10.00 

Lieber, Leslie 10.00 

Lippman, Jos. M. ... 10.00 

Lipschitz, M 5.00 

Lipschitz & Barack, 5.00 

Littman, M 10.00 

Loeb, Alexander ... 5.00 

Loth, Jacob 10.00 

Maas, Eugene 5.00 

Mankofsky & Gold- 
stein 10.00 

Marx, E. J 5.C0 

Marx, F 5.C0 

Marx, Walter S 5.00 

Mathes 1 5.00 

Mathes, Jos 10.00 

May, Morton J 25.00 

Mayer, Emil 5.00 

Mayer, Fred 10.00 

Mayer, G. F 5.00 

Mayer, Herman lO.OO 

Mayer, Louis 10.00 

Mayer, Max J 5.00 

Missouri Lodge No. 

22, I. O. B. B 5.00 

Moog, A 5.00 

Myers, Harry 10.00 

Nathan, Emil lO.OO 

Oppenheimer, G. ... 10.00 

Orlian, J. G 10.00 

Palan, A 5.00 

Piatt, Edwin G 10.03 

Price, P 10.00 

Rauh, A. S 5.00 

Renard, Wallace .... 10.00 

Rice, A. J 10.00 

Rice, Chas. M 10.00 

Rice, Henry lO.CO 

*Rice, Jonathan. 

Rosen, Paul S.OO 

Roth, Fred S 25.00 

Rothschild Bros. Hat 

Co 5.00 

Rubinstein, T. L. . . 20.C0 

Saifer, Wm 5.00 

St. Louis Commis- 
sion Co 5.00 

St. Louis Iron and 

Metal Co 5.00 

Salinger, 1 15.00 

Saltzer, A. L 5.00 

Samuels Shoe Co. .. 10.00 

Scheild, Wm lO.CO 

Schott, Albert, & 

Son 10.00 

Schuster, S. J 10.00 

Schwartz, Alois 10.00 

Schwartz, S lO.CO 



Seelig, S 5.00 

Seidel, S 5.00 

Seltzer, K 5.00 

Selzer, Phil 5.00 

Shanfeld Bros 10.00 

Shapiro, H S.OO 

J^nuciiuerg, Col. M , 25.0U 
Shoenberg, Sidney 

M 10.00 

Shroder, S. W 5.00 

Sichel, 1 10.00 

Sicher, Edward 5.00 

Sicher, Henry 10.00 

Sicher, M. J 5.00 

Silverman, David . . lO.CO 

Silverman, J. E 10.00 

Singer, James W S.OO 

Sommers, David 10.00 

Standard Rail & 

Steel Co 10.00 

Stein, Saul J 10.00 

Steinberg, Mark C, 

& Co 10.00 

Sternberg, Harry ... 5.00 

Stix, Albert 1 5.00 

**Stix, C. A. 

Stix, Ernest W 10.00 

Straus, Eugene J. .. 10.00 

Straus, Mrs. Hannah, 20.00 

Swope, Meier 5.00 

Thai, Robert 5.00 

Tober, Saifer Shoe 

Co 10.00 

Treuman, Paul S.OO 

Tuholske, J. M 5.00 

Union Cap Co S.OO 

Waldheim, A 25.00 

Warshafsky, J 5.00 

Weil, Max 5.00 

Wiener. M. G 10.00 

Wohl, D lO.CO 

Wolff, A., Iron & 

Metal Co 25 00 

Wolff, E. H 10.00 

Wolff, Clara A 5.00 

Wolfheim, M 10.00 

Zelnicker, Walter A. 

Supply Co 10.00 

Zucker, Harry A. . . 10.00 

Tipton 

Cohn, Rosalie 10.00 



Webb City 

Goldstein, Sam'l lOO.CO 



MONTANA 

Butte 

Baron DeHirsch 
Lodge 420, I. O. 

B. B 5.00 

Linz, Mose 5.00 

Meyer, Wm 5.OD 

*Oppenheimer, J. E. 
*Symons, Harry. 

Symons, Wm. S lO.CO 

VVehl, A 5.00 

Wein, John H S.OO 



*Life Member. 
'*Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL. FARM SCHOOL 



17 



Helena 

Pleller, Robert 5.00 

Missoula 

Leiser, Miss Esther, 10.00 



NEBRASKA 

Lincoln 

Cerf Estate 5.00 

Friend, Morris l-'-^'O 

Gold, Wm 40.C0 

Mayer, Chas s.OO 

Mayer, Simon D. ... 15.00 

Pepperberg, Julius .. 10.00 

Simon, Ben 5.00 

Weil, M 25.00 



Omaha 

Gluck, Israel 

Katleman, Carl C. . . 
Kirschbraun & Sons, 

Levy, M 

Kosenthal, B. & H., 



NEVADA 
Reno 

Wald, H 



15.00 
5.00 
25.00 
10.00 
10.00 



5.C0 



NEW JERSEY 
Atlantic City 

Bacharach, Mr. and 

Mrs. Harry 10.00 

Bogotin, S. J- ••:■••• 5.00 

Braunstem, David .. la.uu 

Braunstein, S. M... 50.00 

Cahn, Mrs. Harry .. 5.00 

Caplan, A. H 5.00 

Council of Jewish _ 

Women 23.00 

Dittenhoefer, Mrs. 

Wm 5.00 

Elfman, Morris 5.00 

Friedeberg, Mrs. 

Gussie 10.00 

Gerstel, Mrs. Emil .. 5.00 

Hanstein, Mrs. Sam. 25.00 

HiUman, Joel 750.00 

*Hillman, Julian A. 
Hirschbein, Mrs. M. 

L 25.00 

Latz, Mrs. Mack ... 220.00 

Lulley, Charles .... 10.00 

Meyers, Henry 5.00 

Nathanson, Mrs. R., 5.00 

Newman, Isaac H. . . 5.00 
Rosenslein, Mrs. 

Rose 5.00 

Schoenthal, Esther 

N 15.00 

Speare, Wm 5.00 



Camden 

Fuhrman, Abe 5.00 

Fuhrman, Nathan ... 5.00 

Grass, Wm 5.00 

Greenberg, Marcus .. 5.00 

Grossberg, Jos 5.00 

Jentis, D 5.00 

Lashman, Dr. Wm. 

M S.OO 

Natal, Ben S.CO 

Nelson, L. M 5.00 

Nurock, Harry 5.00 

Obus, Mark 5.00 

Pellicoff, B 5.03 

Reiter, Dr. Otto .... S.OO 

Rovner, A. J._ 5.00 

Schoenagle, Sig IS. CO 

Tarter, Samuel .... S.OO 

Weitzman, Israel ... 5.00 



East Orange 

Back, Mrs. Albert .. 5.00 
Dimond, A. J 10.00 



Elizabeth 

David, Hon. Abe J., S.CO 

Finkel, Nathan 5.00 

Green, Lewis 5.00 

Ilvman, Isaac & 

Sons S.OO 

Isaac, Abraham S.OO 

Kaufman, David ... 10.''jO 

Koestler, Samuel ... S.OO 

Krinzman, N. J 5.00 

Stamler, Chas 5.00 

Stamler, J. J 10.00 

Stein, Dr. Emil .... S.OO 

Yadwin, Louis E. . . 5.00 



Glen Rock 

Stern, Bessie C. . . 

Hoboken 

Morganstern, Mrs. 
Rosa 



Irvington 

Ilammerschlag, M. 
G 



5.00 



20.00 



lO.OO 



Merchantville 
Eichengreen, Pauline 



Mt. Holly 
Krupnick, H. 

Newark 



Altmayer, Lawrence, 
*Aronson, Louis V. 
Augenblick, Meyer.. 
Bamberger, Louis 



S.OO 



S.OO 



S.OO 



S.OO 
lO.CO 



•Basch, Chas. J. 
Beitman, Miss Jean- 

nette 5.00 

Berla, Amzi 5.00 

Danzis, Dr. M 10.00 

Ezekiel Lodge 90, 

I. O. B. B 10.00 

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

Feist & Feist S.OO 

Feldmann, Dr. Max, S.OO 

Penning, H. A 5.00 

*Fiscn, Jos. 

Foster, Rev. Sol. ... S.OO 

Friedman, Louis L., 20.00 

Fuld, Felix 25.00 

Goetz, Mrs. Lena 5.00 

Goldsmith, Leo S.OO 

Goldsmith, M. H. .. S.OO 
*Goldsmith, Nathan. 

Gries, Aaron 5.00 

Groedel, Theodore .. 5.00 

Hammerschlag, N. .. S.OO 

Hannoch, Herbert J., 5.00 

Harburger, Monroe.. 5.00 

Heller, Kudolph 5.00 

Hertz, Ma.\ 20.00 

*Hollander, Albert. 
*Hollander, Benj. W. 
*Hollander, Michael. 

Hood, Charles 5.00 

Jay, Leopold 5.C0 

Kaltenbacher, Jos. .. 5 00 
*Kaufherr, Albert 11. 

Kaufherr & Co 10.00 

Kaufherr, Isadore J., S.OO 
Kaufherr, Maurice D. 

Koch, Julius 5.00 

Krimke, Philip. 

Kussy, Herman 5.00 

Kussy, Nathan 5.00 

Lehman, Wm. L. 
and Jerome. 

Levi, Rudolph S.OO 

Levy, Ernest 10.00 

Lewis, Bernard 5.00 

Lichtman, J., & Son, 10.00 

Lmdeman, Philip .. 10.00 
Lissner, A. 
*Lissner, B. 

Lissner, Leo N 10.00 

Liveright, Frank I., 10.00 

Loewenberg Co. ... 5.00 

Maybaum, Charles.. 5.00 

Mayer, Adolf 25.00 

Mendel, William ... 5.00 
Meyer, Aaron. 

Meyer, Jacob 10.00 

Meyer, Joseph E. .. 10.00 

. Meyer, Maurice 10 00 

*Miller, Bernard 

Miller, E. H 10.00 

Oppenheimer, Max. . 10.00 

Osterweil, D s oo 

Osterweil, Mrs. Sid., lo'.OO 

Parsonnett, Dr. Vic, 5.00 
Phillips, Arthur. 

Plaut, Louis 10 00 

Plant, Moses 5.00 

*Rachlin, Morris. 

Rich, Leopold 5 00 

Rich, William S 10.00 

*Roth, Isaac. 

Rothschild, Abr 25.00 

Schechner, Samuel . . 5 00 
Sheck Advertising 

Agency 500 



*Life Member. 



78 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



'Schlesinger, Louis. 
Schlesingcr, Morris 

S 5.00 

Schioss, Mrs. lianna, S.CO 

•Schwarz & Son. 

Sichel, Moses 10.00 

SiCcjcl, Henry 5.00 

Simon, H. S 5.00 

Soninier, Harry F. .. 25.00 

Stein, Leo 5.00 

Steinberg. Jacob .... 10.00 

Steiner, Herman .... S.CO 

*Steiner, Mr.s. Jos. 

Steinhardt, G 10.00 

Straus, Mrs. Fred .. 5.00 

*Straus, Isaac T. 

Straus, M. & Sons, 5.00 

Sugarnian, Ben. J. . . 5.00 

Sugarman, Jos. J. . . 5.00 

Uhry, Emil ........ 5.0O 

"Weingarten, Levi. 



Orange 

Brentano, Mrs. Simon, 10.00 
Eisner, L. VV 5.C0 



Engel, Isidor 5.00 

Klauber, Alfred 

Roth & Co., Inc 

*l\.oth, Jacob. 
Spingarn, Harry R... 



5.C0 
10.00 



5.00 



Paterson 

Fabian, Jacob 10.00 

Haines, H. B 5.00 

Hnlzman Silk Manu- 
facturing Co 5.00 

Kitay, H. B S.CO 

Rogowski, M. L. ... 5.00 

Simon & Cohn S.CO 



Pennsgrove 

Bress, Benj S.CO 

Charlap, Chas 5.0O 

Livingstone, Alex... 10.00 

Luterman, Isador . . . S.Oj 

Polakoff, J. E 5.00 

•Weinberg, 1 5.00 

PhilHpsburg 

Bugen, Jacob 5.00 



Trenton 

Albert, Jacob S.UO 

Alexander, Harry . . b.Oj 

Aroniss, Nathan S.UO 

Bahr, A. W 5.00 

Cohen, Bernhard ... S.'^O 

Franc, I-L L 5.00 

Fuld, Jonas A 5.00 

Gilinsky. M S.CO 

Green, Hyman 5.00 

Haveman, H 5.00 

Holzner, David 5.00 

Julian, Wm S.CO 

Kaplan, David S.CO 

Klinkowstein, Alex., lO.CO 

Koplin, Dr. N. H. .. 5.00 

Krueger, Samuel .... 10.00 

Levin, S 5.00 

Levinthal, N 5.00 

Pearlstein, Frank .. 5.00 

Rednor, Isidor G. .. 10.00 

Rosenblatt, Aaron M., S.CO 
Trenton Shirt Mfg. 

Co 10.00 

Wirtschafter, H S.OO 



Warrenville 

Hofheimer, Mr. and 
Mrs. A 



lO.CO 



NEW MEXICO 
Albuquerque 

Ilfeld, Louis 

Kahn, Siegfried 

Nordhaus, Max 

Schweizer, Herman . 

Cuba 
Eichwald, A 

E. Las Vegas 

J. E. Rosenwald Lodge 

545, I. O. B. B. .. 10.00 
Winternitz, D S.OO 

Las Vegas 
Ilfeld, Chas. ... 



S.OO 

5.00 

25.00 

5.00 



S.OO 



20.00 



Fuld, Franklin B. .. S.CO 
Gideon Lodge 140, 

I. O. B. B S.CO 

Gold, Louis S.uO 

Hatch, Arnold S. .. 5.00 

Hatch, Nathan 10.00 

Halch, Stephen V. .. 5.00 

Hessberg, Samuel .. 10.00 

Hyman, Edward .... S.OO 

Kantrowitz, Morris.. lO.CO 

Earner, A., & Sons.. S.OO 

Lowenstein, B. J. . . 5.00 

Mandelbaum, M. J., S.CO 

Mann, Benj. A S.OO 

Mann Bros S.OO 

Mann, Lester 5.00 

Mann, Milton S.CO 

Mendel, Max S.OO 

Mendleson, Ira 10.00 

Mendleson, Jerome.. 25.00 

Alcndleson, Leon .. 10.00 

Miller Bros S.OO 

Muhlfelder & lUch, 10.00 

Muhlfelder, Jonas .. 5.00 

Myers, Xathan 5.00 

Neuman. Dr. Leo II.. S.CO 

Nii=h-iim Jr.seph ... 5.O0 

Oppenheim, Louis W., S.CO 

Oi.penneuii, v\ m. L., 5.00 
*Rosendile. Hon. S. W. 

Sonnenfeld. Sam T., 5.00 
Sporborg, Mrs. 

Henry J S.OO 

Stahl, Simon S.OO 

Steefel, Mrs. Joseph 

^L 20.00 

Stern. Chas. M S.OO 

W'a'dman Bros 10.00 

Waldman, Louis I... 10.00 

Wander, S., & Sons, 10.00 

Weil, Edw S.CO 



Amsterdam 

Adler, J s.oo 

Behr, O. M. and 

„S- M. S.OO 

Holzheimer. S lO.CO 

Lurie, A. D s.oo 

Straus, David 10.00 

Auburn 

Marshall, L S.OO 



Plainfield 

Bernstein, Max S.OO 

Krauthamer, S 5.00 

Newcorn, Wm 5.00 

Perlmutter, M 5.00 

Schioss, Wm S.OO 

Schwed, Herman .... S.OO 

Schwed, Isaac 5.00 

Tepper Bros 10.00 

Weintraub, A 5.00 

Yood, Dr. Raphael .. 5.00 

SomerviUe 

Hellman, Israel S.OO 

Hellman, M S.OO 

Mack, Mrs. Louise.. 10.00 

Schwed. Chas S.OO 



Santa Fe 
Hersch, Mrs. Jos. 



S.OO 



NEW YORK 
Albany 

Barnet, Wm 25.00 

Blatner, Jacob M. .. 5.00 

Blatner, M. H 5.00 

Blatner, S. H 5.00 

Congregation Beth 

Emeth 25.00 

Council of Jewish 

Women S.OO 

De Beer, Jacob & 

Son 20.00 

J. S. Friedman 5.00 



Binghamton 

Hirschmann, Sig- 

mund J 

Rosenthal, S. C. . 

Brooklyn 

Blum, Edw. C. .. 

Franks, H. S 

Janowitch, J. H. . . 

Joachim, B.- 

^Joachim, Chas. J. . 
*Kalvin, Mrs. Henrv 
M. 

Katz, Mrs. Jennie. 

Kaufman, Mrs. 
Sarah 

Liebmann, Chas. .. 



5.00 
S.OO 



10.00 

5.00 

5.00 

25.00 

25.00 



5.00 



5.00 
S.OO 



"Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



79 



May. DpTil^l S.OO 

"^Rciner, Julius. 
Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. 

Hyman, & Family, 25.00 
Werheiovskv, 

J. H., & Son 10.00 



Buffalo 

Adler, Herman .. 5.00 

Altman, Abraham .. 5.00 

Altman, Edw. H 5.00 

Benstock & Rosen- 
berg 5.00 

Berger, Jos 5.00 

berger. 1.. L lO.Uii 

Heriiman, Wolf .... 5.00 

Block, Joseph 10.0) 

Block, Mrs. Tos 10.00 

Block. Leo 5.00 

Boasbergr. Emanuel.. S.OO 

Bock, Chas 5.00 

Bock. M 5.00 

Bock, Sig S.OO 

Brown's Pawn Shop, 5.00 

Brown, S. M 5.00 

Cohen, Sol 5.00 

Coplon, D. H 5.00 

Coplon, Joseph 5.G0 

Coplon, Mrs. Rosa .. 5.00 

Cristall. S 5.00 

Davis, J. L 5.00 

Eckstein, Chas 10.00 

Eckstein, Ignatz ... 10.00 

Elias, Gabriel 10.00 

Ellis, David 10.00. 

Faik, E. L 5.0D 

Fleischmann, Simon. . S.OO 
Forget-Me-Not Club, 
Temple Betn Zion 

S. S 25.00 

Frankle, Harold L... 10.00 

Ginsburg, S 10.00 

Gintzler, Henry .... 5.00 

Given, I. S. 10.00 

Goodman & Roth- 
schild 5.00 

Greentree, Julius ... lO.CO 

Gunzberg, B. S S.OO 

Harris, Isaac E. ... S.OO 

Harris, R 5.00 

Harris Samuel J. .. 5.00 

Harriton. Harry 5.00 

Heymann. C. S 5.00 

Himmel, N. P 10.00 

Hirsh, Ben 5.C0 

Hochstetter, E. G. .. S.OJ 
*Hofeller, Eugene D. 
*Hofeller, Theodore. 
•Hofeller, Mrs. Theo. 

Hyman, D 5.00 

Jacobson, S 5.0'J 

Jandorf, L. R 10.00 

Jellinek, Irwin H. .. 5.00 
*Toseph, J. G. 
Kauffman, Dr. 

Lesser 10.00 

Kavinoky, Dr. S. ... 5.00 

Keiser, Aueust 5.00 

Klopfer, Edward .... 5.00 

Krauss. 1 5.uj 

Levi, E 10.00 

Levin, G. S S.CO 

Lewin, Marcus 5.00 

Loeser, Leonard W., 5.00 

Loeser, Sidney A. .. 5.00 



Maisel, Louis ..>... 5.00 

Marcus, M. M. . S.uj 

Aicycrs, Louis 5.^0 

Meyers, Napoleon . . S.CO 

Morrison, Sol 5.00 

Nathan, A 5.00 

Nalhan, Henry S.OO 

Oppenheim, W. IL .. 10.00 
U-'ienhcmier, 

Nathan S.CO 

Oppenheimer, Walter 5.00 

I'liiakoll, Chas 5.00 

Risman, S 5.00 

Rob' in, Daniel 5.00 

Roblin, Eugene 5.00 

Rohlin. Harrv 5.00 

Rodenberg, D 5.00 

Saper.ston, W. W. .. 10.00 
Sclnvartz, Jerome 

L 10.00 

Shroder, Milton S.Oi 

Stovroff, .Max 5.00 

UUman, D., & Sons, 20.00 

Ullman, Dr. Julius.. 5.00 

Warner, A. B 2S.0f, 

Warner, Edward S.CO 

*Warner, Eugene, 

Warner, Mrs. Eugene, lO.CO 

Warner, John r1 .. 10.00 

Warner, Rud. J. ... 10.00 

Weil, David 5.00 

Weill, Louis 5.00 

Wile, Harry H 10.00 

Wile, Herman 10.00 

Wile, Myer 10.00 

•Winkler, Mrs. R. S. 

Winters, A 10.00 

Wittman, Hugo in.OO 

Zolte, H S.OO 



Cedarhurst, L. I. 

Dreyfus, Fred J. 



S.CO 



Delhi 

Stern, Aaron 5.00 

East Elmhurst 

Rosemont, Walter, 

and Grace Frank, 25.00 

Elmira 

Council of Jewish 

Women 5.00 

Friendly, M. H S.CO 

Lande, Dr. Abraham, 5.01 

Tepper Bros 10.00 

Gloversvllle 

Aaron, Albert 5.00 

Bachner, A., & Co., 5.00 
Bachner-Moses- 

Louis Co 25.00 

Bellis & Klein 25.00 

Bondy, Richard S.CO 

Elite Glove Co. ... 2S.O0 

Horwitz & Arbib.... lO.CO 

Klein, August 25. CO 

Klopot, Adolph W... 5.00 

Littauer, Lucius N., 100.00 

Mendel, J. W 5.00 

Nelson, A S.CO 



Perlnian & Sack- 
helm S.OO 

Rothscluld, .Samuel, 25.00 
•Rothschild, Mrs. 
Samuel. 



Greenport, L. I. 
Levine Bros 5.00 



Herkimer 

Schermer, Benj. ... 5.03 
Schermer, Mrs. Louis, 5.00 



Newburgh 
Strook, Jos 10.00 

New Rochelle 

Amdur, N. W 5.00 

*Grant, Adolph 25.00 

Ladenburger, Theo... S.CO 
*Ladenburger, Mrs. 
Theo. 

Prince, J 25.C0 

New York City 

Baron de Hirsch Fund 

(First quarterly 

payment of an ap- 
propriation of 

$10,0C0) 2500.00 

**Abraham, A. 
Adler's Sons, Chas., 10.00 

Adler, Ma.x 5.00 

Alexander. Leo 5.00 

Alpert, Adolph 10.00 

Armstrong, Paul S.OO 

Arnold, Mrs. B 5.00 

Arnold, Miss Carrie.. 25.01 

Aron, Morris 110.00 

*Bamberger, Wm. ...1000.00 
Bamberger, Mrs. 

Wm 250.00 

Bathia Lodge 10, 

U. O. T. S S.OO 

Bayer, Samuel 10.00 

Beaumont, L. D. .. 25.00 
Beer, Mrs. Julius ... 100.00 
Beller, Mr. and 

Mrs. A 10.00 

Benjamin, Eugene S. 10.00 
Benjamin, M. W. .. 10.00 
Bernard, Mrs. 

Bertram 10.00 

Bernheim, Isaac 5.00 

•Bernheimer, Miss 

Rosie. 

Bernstein, M 10.00 

Berolzheimer, Emil.. 25.00 
Bijur, Judge Nathan, 10.00 
Bing, Mr. and Mrs. 

A. M 10.00 

Bloomingdale, Hiram 

C. lO.CO 

Bloomingdale, Mrs. 

J- B 10.00 

Blum, Mrs. Jos. A... 10.00 
*Blumenthal, George. 
Blumgart, Mr. and 

Mrs. Louis 5.00 



*Life Member. 
*Deceased Life Member. 



RO 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



IJooknian, Mrs Jacob, 3.00 

Rornstein, Ben 5.0J 

Bowsky, Lodis 5.00 

Brand, Herman 5.(10 

Breaker, Louis J. ... 25.00 

Buchman, Julius 25.00 

•buuge, Henry. 
Burgauer, Samuel . . 10.00 
Buttenwieser, 

Jos. L 10.00 

Campe, Emanuel N., 5.00 
Centennial Lodge 
763, F. & A. M. ..10.00 

Cohen, Max lO.OU 

Cohen, Sollis 10.00 

Conheim, Hermann.. 10.00 

•Cowen, Moses 10.00 

Danenbaum, Chas. . . 5.00 
DeBoer, David H... 5.00 
T~>r»>vfuss, Mrs. 

Ludwig 10.00 

Eichenberg, J 25.00 

^instein, Isaac D. .. 3.00 
Eiseman, Mrs. Sam.. 10.00 
Enelow, Dr. H. G. .. 10.00 
Erlanger, Abraham.. 35.00 

Felsenheld, E 0.00 

Fischman, \Vm W.OO 

Fleischer, Nathan .. lO.LU 
Fleishman, Marco .. 10.00 
Fonarton, Mrs. Theo. 

rj lU.UU 

Frank Bros 5.00 

Frank, Mr. and 

Mrs. Jos 10.00 

Frank, William C... 60.CO 

Frankel. D. J 5.00 

Frankfeld, Mrs. 

Mildred 10-00 

Friedman, Sol., & 

Co 10.00 

Fuer'st, Albert F. .. 5.00 

Fuerst, W. F 5.^ 

Gainsburg, I fb.UU 

Gans, Milton 10.00 

Gelarie, Dr. Arnold 

T 23.00 

Glazier,' 'Mrs. S. W., 25.00 

Gold, Louis 3.00 

Goldberg, Isaac .... 10.00 
Goldberg, Mrs. J. D., 10.00 
Goldberg, S. M. ... 300.00 

Goldenberg, S. L 10.00 

*Goodhart, Philip J... 150.00 
Goodman, Augustus. 10.00 
Goodman, Edwin ... 5. CO 

Goodman, Wm 15.00 

Gottheil, Mrs. Paul, 15.00 
Gotthelf, Edward B., 5.00 
Greenhut, Mrs. J. B., 50.00 

Greenwald, 1 5.00 

Grossman, Emil ... 5.00 
Grossman, Mrs. R... 5.00 
Guggenheim, Mrs. 

Benj 50.00 

'Guggenheim, Mrs. 

Isaac 100.00 

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

Mrs. H. A 25.00 

Guinzburg, Mrs. 

Victor 10.00 

Guiterman, Rudolph, 5.00 



Hadassah Lodge 8, 

U. O. T. S 5.00 

Harkav". Mrs. H. .. 5.00 
Hart, Mrs. Julius .. 5.00 

Ilartman, Jol 15.00 

*Hays, Daniel P. 
*Heinsheimer, Alfred 

M. 
Heller, L., & Son .. 10.00 
Hendricks, Mrs. 

Chas 10.00 

Henry Jones-Lebanon 

Lodge 79, I.O.B.B., 5.00 
Herkimer, Berthold 

S 5.00 

*Hermann, Ferdinand. 
Heyman, Samuel ... 10.00 
Hilder, Mr. and 

Mrs. Moritz 50.00 

Hirsch, Morris J 10.00 

*Hoftheimer, Nathan. 
Holzman, Ascher .. 10.00 

Holzman, S. L S.OO 

Huchberger, Mrs. J., S.OO 

Husch, Herman 5.00 

*Hyman, D. M. 
Ikelheimer, Emanuel, 

Children of 15.00 

Ikelheimer, Ida 5.00 

Iserson, A. S 5.00 

Jacobs, Maurice R., 10.00 
Jacobson, Henry H., 20.00 
Janowitz, Julius ... 25.00 

Kahn, Louis 5.00 

Kaplan, Dr. Ira I... 5.00 

*Katz, Eugene 100.00 

**Kaufmann, B. 
Kaufmann, Herbert 

M 25.00 

Kaufmann, Mrs. 

^Herbert M 250.03 

"Kayser, Julius. 
Kayser, Mrs. Julius. 25.00 

Klee, Leon 25.00 

Klein, Mr. and Mrs. 

Milton M 10.00 

Klein, William 10.00 

Kleinert, Mrs. 

Isaac B S.OO 

Klingenstein, Mr. 
and Mrs. Chas. ... 10.00 

Kohlman, Chas 10.00 

Kohnstamn, Leo, Ed- 
ward and Jos 50.00 

*Krauskopf, Mary G. 

Krieger, Louis 5.00 

Kuhn, Arthur K. ... lOO.OO 
Lamport, Mr. and 

Mrs. S. C 125.C0 

Lang, Gabe 50.00 

Lauterbach, Edw. .. 10.00 
Lauterstein, Mrs. 

Leon 5.00 

Lebach, Mrs. Stuart 

J 5.00 

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

Mrs. Arthur 25.00 

Lehman, Herbert IL, 25.00 
Lehman, Hon. Irving 25.00 
*Lehman. Meyer H. 
*Leon, Maurice. 
Leventritt, Hon. 

David 10.00 

Levi, Mrs. Leo N., 5.00 
Levine, Edmund T. .. 10.00 



Levor, Gustav 25.00 

Levy, Albert L 15.00 

Levy, Mrs. Benj. .. 5.00 
Levy, Ephraim B. .. 5.00 

Levy, Felix H 10.00 

Levy, Sam'l H 25.00 

Levy, Sylvan 5.00 

*Lewisohn, Adolph .. 10.00 
Lewisohn, Misses A. 

and 1 25.00 

Lewisohn. Sam A. .. 25.00 
•Lipper, Arthur. 
Lipper, Mrs. Arthur, 10.00 

Loeb, Ferd 10.00 

Loewenstein, Herm., 10.00 

Lorsch, Henry 10.00 

*Louchheim, Harry F., 25.00 
**Mack, Jacob W. 

Mack, Marc H 10.00 

Malsman, S 10.00 

Manhattan- Wash. 

Lodge 191, I.O.B.B., 10.00 
Manilla, Benjamin.. 25.00 
Mann, Morris H. .. 10.00 

Marcuse, A. J 5.00 

Marks, Sigmund 10.00 

*Marshall, Louis 100.00 

Mautner, Julius 10.00 

Mayer, B 25.C0 

Mayer, Max W 10.00 

Mayer, Otto L 10.00 

Meltzer, M. C 10.00 

Mendelsohn, Sigm... 10.00 
Meyer, Harrison D., 20.C0 
Meyer, Mrs. Jonas.. 5.00 
*Meyer, Wm. 
Mi ler, Dr. Louis .. 5.00 
Miller, Nathan J. . . . 25.00 
Millhiser, Mrs. 

Clarence ICOO.OO 

Modry, 1 5.00 

*Morganstern, Albert 

G. 
Morgenthau, Henry.. 10.00 
Morrison's, Inc. ... 10.00 

Moses, D. K 10.00 

Moses, Mrs. E 5.00 

Mt. Sinai Lodge 2, 

I. O. B. B 10.00 

Myers, Nathaniel .. 10.00 
Naumburg, Elkan .. 50.00 
Newburger, Alfred 

H 10.00 

Nordlinger, Emil S., 10.00 

Ochs, Adolph S 50.00 

Ochs, Mrs. EfKe 

Wise 25.00 

Oppenheim, Mrs. 

Laurent 5.00 

Oppenheimer, Z. H., 10.00 

Ottinger, Marx 25.00 

Peierls, Siegfried .. 10.00 
Peyser, Solomon D., 10.00 
Pollak, Chas. N. ... 10.00 
Posner, Louis S. .. 10.00 

Reiter, Leon R S.OO 

Rich, Mrs. Matilda, 10.00 

Richter, Daniel 25.00 

Robison, G 10.00 

Robison, Louis lO.CO 

Rogers, M. H 5.00 

Rosen, Jos. A lO.OO 

Rosenbaum, Arthur 

T,A. .. 20.00 

Kossbach, Jacob 10.00 



*Life Member. 
■"Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



81 



Rossbach, Mrs. Leo- 
nora B 25.00 

*Rothschild, Mrs. 

Win 100.00 

Rubin, Edward 10.00 

Sachs, Harry 25.00 

Sachs, Samuel 25.00 

Sadowsky, Mr. and 
Mrs. Reuben, and 

Family 2S.C0 

Saks, Isadora S.OO 

'"Salomon, Wm. 
*Samler, Louis. 
Samuels, Donald L... 25.00 

Schattner, Abe 5.00 

Schiff, Isaac L 5.00 

**Schiff, Jacob H lOOO.OO 

Schiff, Mortimer L., 100.00 
Schiffer, Jack W. .. 10.00 
Schoenfeld, David .. 35.00 
Schoenfeld, Mrs. 

David 5.00 

Seasongood, A. J. .. 10.00 
Seligman, Dr. Edwin 

R. A 5.00 

Seligman, Jefferson.. 25.00 

Shaff, Carl 10.00 

Shiman, David 10.00 

Shrier, Samuel 5.00 

Sicher, Dudley D. .. 10,00 
**Sidenberg, G. 

Sidenberg, Henry .. 5.00 
Silverberg, A. S. ... 25.00 
Silverberg, Mrs. 

A. S. 25.00 

Silverberg, Mark and 

Arthur 25.00 

Simon, A. L. and 

L. L 10.00 

Simon, Franklin .... 10.00 

Simon, R. E lO.OO 

Sloss, A. M. 10.00 

Solomon, Miss 

Camille 10.00 

Sommerich, Edwin .. 5.00 
Sondheim, Max .... 10.00 
Sonneborn, Moses S., 5.00 
Spellman, Louis E., 5.00 
Spiegelberg, Willi .. 10.00 
Steinam, Mrs. Abra., 10.00 

Steiner, David 10.00 

Steiner, Jos 10.00 

Steiner, Joseph & 

Bros. 10.00 

Steiner, Sam S 10.00 

Steinhardt, Henry .. 10.00 

Stern, Albert 10.00 

Stern, Benjamin ... 10.00 

Stern, Isaac 15.03 

Stern, Leopold 25.00 

Stern, Meyer 10.00 

Stern, Nathan B. .. 35.00 

Stern, N. J S.OO 

Sterne, Mr. and Mrs. 

L. H 20.00 

Stiefel, Mrs. Sam'l.. S.OO 
Stieglitz, Albert .... 10.00 
Strasburger, Mrs. 

Leonora 10.00 

Straus, A. D 5.00 

• Straus, Harry H. . . . 10.00 
Straus, Lionel F. ... 100.00 
Straus, Percy S. ... 25.00 
Strauss, Charles .... 25.00 
Strauss, David R. .. 10.00 



Strauss, Ignatius ... S.OO 

Strauss, Martin 10.00 

Strauss, Rosa (Be- 
quest) ICO CO 

Stroock, Louis S. .. 5.C0 

Stroock, Robt. Louis, 5.00 

Strouse, Mrs. Eli ... 5.00 

Sulzberger, Cyrus L., 5.00 

Sutro, Lionel S.OO 

*Swaab, M. M., Jr. 

Swope, J. L S.OO 

Sylvester, James ... 10.00 

Temple Beth-El .... lO.OO 
Toch, Mr. and Mrs. 

Henry M 10.00 

Toch, Maximilian .. 10.00 

Trounstine, Lewis J., 10.00 

Uhry, Moisa lO.CO 

Ullmann, Mrs. Julius 

L 5.00 

Ullmann, M 10.00 

Ulmann, C. J 10.00 

Unger, Mrs. Her- 
man J 10.00 

Untermyer, Sam'l .. 100.00 

Vorhaus, Louis J. .. 10.00 

Wallach, Moses. .... 10.00 

Wallstein, M 25.00 

Walter, Moritz 250.00 

♦Warburg, Felix M... 100.00 
*Warburg, Paul M. 

Weil, Dr. Isaac 5.00 

Weinberg, A 10.00 

*Wertheim, Jacob. 

Wertheim, Maurice.. 50.00 

Wile, Edwin W. .. 10.00 

Winburn, Jesse 5.00 

Wise, Mr. and Mrs. 

Joseph H 10.00 

Wolfe, S. Herbert .. 5.00 
Wolff, Mrs. Lewis 

S 20.00 

Wolff, Wm. E S.OO 

*W^ollman, Henry. 

*Wollman, Wm. J. .. 25.00 
*Woolf, Morris L. 

Younker, Herman .. 10.00 

Zeckendorf, Louis .. 10.00 



Niagara Falls 

*Silberberg, Bertha. 

Silberberg Bros. ... 5.00 
*Silberberg, G. 
*Silberberg, Isaac L. 
*Silberberg, M. 

Silberberg, Moses L., 5.00 



Olean 

Marcus, H. W^ 5.00 



Plattsburgh 

Mendelsohn, Julius.. 25.00 



Rochester 

Adler, Abram 25.00 

Adler, Isaac 10.00 

Adler, Mrs. Lewis . . 5.00 

Ad'.er, Max A 50.00 



Adler, Mortimer 10.00 

August, Leo 5.00 

August, Simon 5.00 

Bakrow, Mrs. J 5.00 

Heir, Isaac J 00 

Benjamin, M. II. ... 25.00 

Black, A. W 5.00 

Black, L 5.00 

Brickner, Max (). .. 5.00 
Cauffman Family ... 5.00 
Cohen, Hyiuan J. .. 5.00 
Cohen, J., & Son .. 5.00 

Cohn, H. C S.OO 

Cohn, Herman M. .. 5.00 

David, Marcus S.OO 

Ettenheiiiier, S. L... 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. Jacob L. 20.00 

Gates, A. P 5.00 

Goldsmith, Leon ... 5.00 
Goldman, Hyman, 

& Son S.ro 

Goldstein, R., & Co., 10.00 

Goodman, A S.OO 

Gordon, Jacob S.OO 

Guggenheim, Geo. 

C S.OO 

Heilbrunn & Sons, J., 5.00 

Toffe, Isaac 5.00 

Katz, Mrs. Abram J., 25.00 
Kirstein, Henry E., 10.00 

Klonick, Harry S.OO 

Leiter, E. H S.OO 

Leiter, H. F lO.CO 

Levy. Barney 5.00 

Levy, H. 1 10.00 

Levy, Jacob 5.00 

Lowenthal, George .. 35.00 
**Lowenthal, Max. 
Lowenthal & Sons, 

Max 25.00 

Meyers, J. L 5.C0 

Meyers, M. M S.OO 

Meyers, Walter S... 5.00 

♦Michaels, Jos 20.00 

Miller, Wm 15.00 

Present, Morris 5.00 

Present, Philip S.OO 

Ring, S. L 5.00 

Rose, B 5.00 

Rosenberg, Edward.. 10.00 
Rosenberg, Jacob G., lO.OO 
Rosenberg, Mrs. 

Herman 10.00 

Rosenberg, W. I. ... 10.00 

Simon, Joseph S.OO 

Solomon, Samuel L., 5.00 
Stein, -Rudolph .... 10.00 

*Stein, Simon N 200.00 

Stern, Arthur L. ... 10.00 

Stern, Chas 10.00 

Stern, Henry M. . . . 20.CO 
Stern, Morlev A. .. 10.00 

Thalheimer, J 5.00 

Van Bergh Silver 

Plate Co 10.00 

Weil, S. M 5.00 

Weil, Mrs. S. M. .. S.CO 
Wile, Mrs. Carrie .. S.OO 

Wile, Julius M 50.00 

Wile, M. B 5.00 



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82 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Wile, Sol 10.00 

Wollf. M. E 10.00 

Zerubbabel Lodge S3, 

I. O. B. B 10.00 



Saranac Lake 

F'eustman, Maurice, 5.03 

Schenectady 

Lichtenberg, Chester, 10.0>: 

Kubenstein, Lazarus, 5.00 

Salmon, Del. B 5.C0 



Syracuse 

Federation of Jewish 

Philanthropies 100.00 

Sporberg, \\ . L 5.00 



Troy 

Gross, Henry 5.0O 

Watertown 
Ellis, H 5.00 

Yonkers 

Freudenheim, Morris, 10.00 



NORTH CAROLINA 

Asheville 

Lipinsky, S 5.00 

Charlotte 

Haas, O. K 5.0T 

Hayman, Felix 5.00 

Hayman, Henry 5.00 

Kirschbaum, M 5.^0 

Lipinsky, Louis 5.00 



Goldsboro 

Edwards, Asher A .. 5.00 

Edward, N. J. ..^ 5.00 

Epstein, M. N 5.0" 

Heilig & Meyers . . 5.00 
Isaacs, Mrs. Jos. ... 5.00 

Joseph, A. A 5.fO 

Oettinger, A 5 00 

Oettinger, Mrs. A. . . 5.00 

Roscower, Arthur . . . 5. CO 

Rosenthal, Joe 5. CO 

Shrago, A. M 5.C0 

Tonkel, F., & Co.... 5.C/) 

Weil, Mrs. Henry.. 20.00 

Weil, Herman 5. 00 

\Veil, Leslie 10 CO 

Weil, Lionel 10.00 

Weil, Mrs. Sol. ..... 20.00 



Greensboro 

Cone, Bernard M. .. 10.00 

Cone, Mrs. Ceasar .. 10.00 

Cone, Julius W 5.00 

Council of Jewish 

Women 5.00 

Hyman Bros 5.00 

Isaacson, M. 1 5.00 

K em, Joseph 5.00 

Lesser, M. A 5.00 

Sciitiinan, A 5.00 

Schiffman, S 10.00 

Stadium, Morris ... 5. CO 

Sternberger, E 40.C0 

Sternberger, Sigm. .. 5.00 

Temko, Max 10.00 

High Point 

Fine, H 5.00 

Harris, H 5.C0 

Kinston 

Adler Bros lO.OO 

Gross & Pearson 5.00 

Hirshfield, Joseph .. 5.00 

Oettinger, Sol 5.00 

Stadium, H 5.00 

New Bern 

Coplon, S., & Sons .. 15.00 

Gpldman, M., & Co., 7.50 

Lipman, Jos 5.00 

Lipman, Sam 5.00 

Lipman & Levinson, 5. "TO 

Raleigh 

Berwanger, S 5.00 

Salisbury 

Oestreicher, Dave . . 7.50 

Wallace, V lO.OO 



StatesviUe 

Hebrew Ladies' 

Aid Society .. 



5.00 



Wilmington 

Bear, Irvin and 

.^Fred 20.00 

Baer. Sam'l, Sr., & 

„Sons 10.00 

Bear, Mrs. Sam'l, Jr., 10 OO 

Bluethenthal, Herb., 5 OD 
Bluethenthal, Mrs. 

Herbert 5.00 

Bluethenthal, L. ... SCO 

David, E. E 5.00 

r-instein Bros 5.00 

Goodman Bros 5 00 

.Tacobi, M W 15X0 

Shner, 1 5x0 



Solky, J. M 15.00 

Solomon, S. & B 5.00 

Weil, J 5.00 



NORTH DAKOTA 
Fargo 

Paper & Yoffey .... 10.00 

Rosen, \Vm 10.00 

Stern, Sam S.OO 

Jamestown 
Beck, Morris 5.00 

OHIO 
Ada 

Kline, Elmer 5.00 



Akron 

Bernstein, M. A. . . 10.00 
Federation Jewish 

Charities 20100 

Haber, Mrs. Dolly .. 15.60 

Hirsch, Mrs. Geo. .. 10.00 

Leopold, H. E 10.00 

Meyer, Leo 10.00 

Bellaire 

Blum Bros. Co 5.00 

Blum, Henry 10.00 

Blum, Isaac 20.00 

Jewish Ladies" Re- 
lief Socity 5.00 

Kapner, Ben S.OO 

Luchs, Albert 5.00 

Schwab, Julius, 

Bequest 41.00 

Sons of Israel Con- 
gregation S.OO 

Weill, Julius 5.00 

Canton 

Abt, Leo 5.00 

Baer, L. A. & £. I., 5.OO 

Cohen, Dorothy lo.UJ 

Dintenfass, Edwin.. 5.00 

Einstein, D. H 5.00 

Erlanger's Dry 

Goods Co 10.00 

Feldman, J 5.00 

Fischgrund, Simon.. 10.00 

Gersten, J 5.00 

Hirschheimer Bros. 

,Co- •• 10.00 

Ideal Furniture Co., S.CO 

.Toseph's S.OO 

Kahen, E s 00 

Klafter, Philip j.'oo 

Klein, Jas S.OO 

Lefovitz, I S.OO 

Livingston, D. B. ... 10 CO 

Livingston, J. H. .. S.CO 

Livingston, S. M. .. 15 00 

Lowenstein, S 5.00 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



83 



Luntz Iron and 

Steel Co 10.08 

Luntz, Sam'l 5.00 

Mann, Henry 20.00 

Aiann, Harry S. ... 5.1>J 

Margolies. Mayer E., 5.C0 

Nelson, Geo 5.00 

Nusbaum, Harry . . . 5.00 

Nusbaum, J S.OD 

Oscar, A. L 5. CO 

Kudner, Max 5. GO 

Sachs, M. M 5.CU 

Seitner, D 5.(>T 

Stern, Mrs. Max .... 10.00 

Temple Sisterhood . . 25.00 

Tepiansky. W 5.0O 

Toronski, Sol 7.50 

Weintraub, Chas. S., 10.00 

Wolff, L 5.0U 



Cincinnati 

Abraham, Chas 5.00 

Abraham, Mrs. Vic, 15.00 

Abrahams, I. D. ... a.OO 

Ach, Samuel 5.00 

Allen, Carl 5.00 

Aram, Bernard 5.00 

Beckiuan, N. Henry, 5.00 

Barman, Adolph ... 5.0O 

Berman, Oscar 10.00 

Bing, Ben M 5.00 

Bing, Mrs. 1. M. .. 10.00 

Bloch, Herbert 10.00 

Bloch, Jacob 5.00 

Block, los. E 5.00 

Block, Leon 5.00 

*Block, Samuel. 

Bloom Bros 5.C0 

Bowman, A. L 5.C0 

Brown, B 5.0U 

Brown, Gerson J. . . 10.00 
Cincinnati Lodge 4, 

I O. B. B 25.00 

Cohen, Alfred M. .. 15.C0 
District G. L. 2, 

I. O. B. B 25.CO 

Dreifus, Mrs. Rosa, 5.00 

Eichber?, Harry .... 5.00 

Englander. 1 10_ 00 

Englander, Isaac ... 5.00 
*Fechheimer, S. Mar- 
cus. 

Fechheimer. S. F. .. lO.CO 

Feldman, Leo M. ... 5.C0 

Fox, George 10.00 

Fox, Henry S.OT 

Fox, Mrs. Solomon, IO-TQ 

Frank, Pauline 10.00 

Frankel, Irving I... 5.00 

Freiberg, Abr lO.CO 

Freiberg, Dr. Albert 

H lO.CO 

Freiberg, Bernhard.. 5.0''3 

Freiberg, Edgar S... 5.C0 

Freiberg, Harry A... lO.OO 

Freiberg, J. Arthur, 5.00 

Freiberg, Julius W., lO.CO 

Freiberg, J. Walter, 10.00 

Freiberg, Maurice J., 25.CO 

Freiberg, Sidnev J., 5.00 

Freiberg, Sol. H. .. 5.00 

Fried-lander, Edgar, 10.00 



Fries. Mrs. Gus R., 5.00 

Goldsmith, Hugo ... lO.CO 
Guggenheim, Max 

M lO.CO 

Guggenheim, Eli ... 5.00 

Guggenheim, Jack A., 5.00 
Hahn, Mrs. Fannie 

L 5.00 

'Heinsheimer, Edw. 
L. 

Heldman, Jacob 10.00 

Heidman. Morton J., 5.00 

Henry, Geo 5.00 

Hessberg, Mrs. Dan., • 5.00 

Hilb & Bauer 10.00 

Huttenbauer, Emil.. lO.CO 

Huttenbauer, 1 5.C0 

Huttenbauer, Sam . . o.OO 

Iglauer, Chas. S. .. 5.00 

Isaac, Morris, & Son, 5. CO 

Isaacs, B. Bischof .. 5.00 

Israel, Chas 5.00 

Jonap, Alfred M. ... 5.00 

Jonap, H 5.00 

Joseph, Arthur 15.C0 

Joseph, Mrs. Arthur, 10.00 

Joseph, J 5. CO 

Joseph, Leopold .... 5.C0 

Joseph, Maurice 25.00 

Joseph, Mrs. Min- 
nie B 15.00 

Kahn, Albert M. .. 5.03 

Kahn, E., Sons Co., 5.00 

Kaufman, Lee 5.C0 

Kaufmann, Benj. I., 5.00 

Klein, E 5.00 

**Klein, Samuel. 

Klein, Sidney 5.00 

Kramer, Louis lO.UO 

Krohn, 'Irwin M 5.00 

Kuhn, Robert 10.00 

Lazarus, Joseph .... 5.jO 

Lehman, Samuel . . . S.'JO 

Lehman, Simon .... 5.00 

Levine Bros 25.00 

Levy, Harry M. ... 15.00 

Livingston, H. S. . . 5.00 

Longini, Sol 5.00 

*Lowman, Leo T. 

Mack, Edgar j". 10.00 

Mack, Jacob W 5.00 

Mack, Millard W. .. S.CO 

Mack, Ralph W 5.00 

Marks, Harry 5.00 

Marks, Leslie V. . . . 5.C0 

Marks, Mrs. M. H., 10.00 

Marx, Louis 10.00 

May Bros 5.00 

Mayer, Emil M 5.00 

Mayer, Mrs. L 5.00 

Mayer, Samuel 5.C€ 

Mayer, Simon lO.CO 

*Meis, Henry. 

Meis, Xathan lO.CO 

Meiss, Harry 5.00 

Meiss, Leon 5.% 

Meyer, S. R 5.00 

Miller, E. i. 5.C0 

Miller, I. L 5.00 

Myers, Abe ^-CO 

Oettinger, Herb. C, 10.00 
Oettinger, Mrs. 

Myer 25.C0 

Orton, J. Robert .... lO.CO 

Phillips, Godfrey J., 10.00 

Plaut, Aaron 5.00 



Pollak, Emil lO.r/O 

Pritz, Carl E 15.00 

Pritz, Sidney E 5.00 

Reins, Isidore 5.00 

•Keiter, A. 

Rhcinstroni, Jas. A., 5.00 

Kheinslrom, Sigmd, 5.W.' 

Rosenstiel, L. S. . . . 5.00 

Rosenthal, Chas. H., 5.00 
Rosenthal, Mrs. 

David 5.00 

Rosenthal, Mrs. M. 

S lO.OO 

Rosenthal, Sam'l .. 10.00 

Rosenthal. Wm. H., 5.00 

Rothschild, Lester.. S.'O 
'*Sachs, Mrs. Rosa F. 

Seasongood, Murray, 10.00 
Seasongood, Philip 

L 10.00 

Seinsheimer, Mrs. 

Henry A 10.00 

Seinsheimer, Louis.. 5.0D 
Seinsheimer, Mrs. 

Sam'l 5.00 

Senior, Edward 25.00 

Senior, Robt. M. ... 5.00 

Shohl, Chas 30.00 

Shott, M. H 5.00 

Silverglade, M 5.00 

Sinton, Miss Bessie, lO.CO 

Smith, Mrs. J. J. .. '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 20.00 

Stein, Sam 5.00 

Stern, Max lO.CO 

Stern, Wm. (In Mem- 

oriam) ' 10.00 

Stix, Mrs. Fanny .. lO.CO 

Straus, Alfred I. ... 5.C0 

Straus, Chas 25.00 

Straus, Samuel 10.00 

Strauss, Morris 5.00 

**Sturm, Simon. 

Tobias, Henry 5.00 

Trager, I. Xewton .. 10.00 

Trager, Mrs. Isidore, 10.00 

Trager, T. Garfield.. 15. CO 

Trost, Carrie L lO.OO 

Trounstine. Victor.. 5.00 

Waldner, Adolph ... 20.C0 

Wertheimer Em. ... 10.00 
Westheimer, David 

F 5.00 

Westheimer, Leo F., 5.00 
W^estheimer, Morris 

F 10.00 

Winkler, Eli 25.00 

Wolf. Mrs. Tacob .. 5.00 

Wolf, Sam B 10.00 

Wolfstein, Jesse X., 5.00 



Cleveland 

Abel, Fred 5.00 

Abrams Iron and 

Steel Co 5.00 

Anisfield, John 5.00 

Arnstein, A 5.00 

Bamberger-Rhein- 

thal Co 25.00 

Barham, H. J 5.00 



*Life Member. 
*Deceased Life Member. 



84 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Raum. E 5.00 

Bauniocl, Morris S.CO 

Beitniaii, A. B S.CO 

(leiiL- ch, Alfred A... 5.00 

Bernsteen, A. E. ... 15.00 

Bernstein, A. C. ... 50.00 

Bernstein, H 5.00 

Bernstein, M 5.C0 

Berstein, David 50.C0 

Bialosky Bros. & 

Co 25.00 

Bialosky, Harry ... 5.00 

BinR, Louis S 5.00 

Braham, Mrs. L. A., S.CO 

Brudno, Ezra S.OO 

Buchman, A. M. ... 5.00 
Cleveland Iron and 

Metal Co lO.OO 

Cohen, M., & Son 

Co S.OO 

Cohn, Albert A. ... 10.00 

Cornsweet, Nat R. .. lO.OO 

Crystal Bros lO.CO 

Dauby, N. L 10.00 

Daughters of Israel 

Lodge 1 lO.CO 

Davis, Morris 10.00 

Deutsch, A. S 25.00 

Deutsch, Julius W., 10.00 
Einstein, Mrs. 

Bertha 5.00 

Einstein, Herman .. 5.00 
Einstein, Mrs. Jacob 

„.L 5.00 

Einstein, Paul 5.00 

Eisenman, Chas. ... 10.00 

Empire Plow Co. .. 50.00 

Emrich, E. F 5.00 

Emsheimer, Gus. H., 5^00 

Falk, M 5.00 

Feierstein, H 5.00 

Feigenbaum, 1 5.00 

Feigenbaum, Sam .. 10.00 

Feiss, Geo. J 25.00 

Feiss, Julius 10.00 

Feiss, Paul L lO.CO 

Feiss, Mr. and Mrs. 

Richard A IS.OO 

Feniger & Kastriner, 10.00 

Forchheimer, B 5.00 

Forchheimer, Carl .. 5.00 

Fox, Harry K 5.00 

Freiberger, L F 25.00 

Fned-Biederman 5.00 

Friedman-Blau- 

Farber Co 25.C0 

Friedman Bros. & 

Co 20.00 

Friedman, Ma.x lO.CO 

Galvin, J 5.00 

Garson, I. J 5 oj 

Glauber. M. H 10.00 

Goldheimer, X 5.OO 

Goldman, J. G 5.00 

Goldsmith, Clarence 

1 5 00 

Goldsmith, Herman 

S S 00 

Goldsmith, Walter 

„A. 5.00 

•joldstein, A. L. ... lo ju 

Goldstein, E. A. .. sicO 

Goldstein, M. B. ... 10.00 

Goldstein, M. L ... 10.09 

Goldstein, M. L. ... s!00 



Goodman, Louis .... S.CO 

Goodman, Max P. .. 10.00 

Gottdiener, H S.CO 

Greenberg, J. H. ... 25.00 
Green-Haas-Schwartz 

Co 25.00 

Gries, Mrs. M. J. .. 5.00 

Gross, Anton F 10.00 

Gross, Louis N 10.00 

Gross, Sam'I 5.00 

Gross. S. M 5.00 

Grossman, Joseph . . . 5.00 

Grossman, Louis J... 5.00 

Haas, W. M 10.00 

Haber, Ben lO.CO 

Haber, D. C S.CO 

Haber, Jonas 10.00 

Halle, Mrs. Manuel, 10.00 

Halle, M. N 10.00 

Halle, Salmon P. .. lO.CO 

Harburger, Ralph .. 5.00 

Hartman, Samuel .. 5.00 

Hays, Clarence J. .. 10.00 

Hays, Eugene K. .. 20.00 

Hays, Mrs. Louis H., 10.00 

Heiman, J. H 5.00 

Heiser, E. W 5.00 

Helper, M. W 5.00 

Hexter, Kaufman W., 10.00 

Hexter, Myer L. ... 15.00 

Hexter, S. M 45.00 

Hibshman Bros 10.00 

Icove, A. E 5.00 

Iglauer, Jay S.OO 

Jacobson, S 5.00 

Joseph, Horatio S. .. 10.00 

Joseph, Isaac 10.00 

Joseph, Siegmund ... lO.CO 
Kammer & Fried- 
man 10.00 

Keller Knitting Co., 5.00 

Klein, B. J lO.CO 

Klein, H. F. 5.00 

Klopper, N 5.00 

Kohn Bros. & Halle 

^Co 5.00 

Kohn, Herrmaii 5.00 

Kohn, J. B 10.00 

Kohn, J. W 5.00 

Kohn, Milton S. ... 5.00 

Kohn. S., & Sons ... 25.00 

Korach, Chas. M. .. S.CO 

Korach, Jos 5.00 

Korach, Jos. F 5.00 

Korach, Leo. 1 5.00 

Korach, Sigmund ... 15.00 

Kramer, A. U S.OO 

Krohngold, M 5.00 

Kux Bros S.CO 

Kyman, B 5.00 

Landau, B. J 5.CO 

Landesman, Ida 10.00 

Lazarus, M. E lO.CO 

Lederer, Sigmund S., 10.00 

Levi, Max 5 00 

Levy, J. H S.OO 

Lichtenstader, S. J., 5.00 

Loeser, Nathan 5.00 

Lowenstein, Ben. . . S.CO 

Mandelbaum, E 25.00 

Marks, Mr?. M. A., 5.00 

Miller, CM 5.00 

Miller, C. S 5.00 

Moss, Herman 5.00 

Myers, Max 10.00 



New, Benj S.OO 

New. Harry 5.00 

Newbury, E. N 5.00 

Newman, A. 1 10.00 

Ozersky, Max M. .. 5.'X> 

Peskind, Dr. A. ... 10.00 

Reed, Milton 5.00 

Regar, N 10.00 

Regar, Sam'I 25.00 

Rice, Alfred J 5.00 

Rice, Myron W S.CO 

Rich-Sampliner Co.. 10.00 

Richman Bros 25.00 

Rohrheimer, Maurice, 20.C0 

Rosenfeld, Chas. ... 5.00 

Rosenfeld, E 15.00 

Rosenfeld, M. C. .. 15.00 

Rosenfeld, Ralph H., 5.00 

Rosenfeld, Sidney .. 5.00 
Rosenthal, Mrs. 

Samuel 5.00 

Rothenberg, Wm. .. 5.00 

Rotter, Mrs. A 10.00 

Runner, Sam lO.CO 

Sanger, A. I., & 

Son 5.00 

Schaffner, Leon S.OO 

Schaflner, Morris 

G S.OO 

Schaffner, Nate S.OO 

*Schwarzenberg, E. A. 

Selman, H S.OO 

Shanman, M. D 10.00 

Shaw, A 5.00 

Shlesinger, H 5.00 

Shlesinger, Sig 5.00 

Silberman, M., & 

Sons 10.00 

Silberman, S., & Co., 10.00 
*Silver, Mrs. M. T. 

Silverman, L. E. ... 10.00 

Simon, H 15.00 

Simon, Herman 5.C0 

Simon & Jacoby ... 10.00 

Solomon, Jesse F. .. 10.00 

Soltz, A 5.00 

Speer, M lO.OO 

Sperling. E 25.00 

Spira, Henry 5.OO 

Stearn, Abraham ... 10.00 

Stern, A. L 5.00 

Stern, Herman 5 00 

Steuer, Alfred L. ... 5.00 

Stone Bros 25.00 

Stone, Benj. H 5.00 

Stone, I. N 5.00 

Stone, M. C. and 

I. N 25.00 

Stone, Walter E. ... lo'co 

Stone, W. E 5.OO 

Straus, Aaron 5.C0 

*Sunshine, C. K. 

Tuteur, A S.oo 

UUman, Monroe A. SOD 

Ulmer & Berne ... 5.00 

Ulmer, Frank 15.00 

Ulmer, S., & Sons .. 10.00 

Vactor, D. C 5.00 

U eil, Walter M. ... 10.00 

\\eisenberg, Nathan, 10.00 

Weiskopf, J 5.00 

Wise, Samuel D. .. 25 00 

Wise, y. L 10.00-- 

;t\°'^' L. J 10.00 

Zinner, D. J lo.CO 

-iweig Bros 5 00 



*Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



85 



Columbus 

Basch, Joel S-W 

Basch, Joseph iUU 

•B'nai Israel Sister- 
hood. . 

Bornheim, Lee 5.00 

Cahen, Chas 5.00 

Cahen. Clarence ... 5.00 
Columbus Armleder 

Sales Co 5.00 

Columbus Waste 

Paper Co. S.CT 

Goldberg, A. 5.00 

Goldberg, I. L 10.00 

Goodman, E. J 5.00 

Goodman, Leo S.OiJ 

Gundersheimer, 

Allen 5.00 

Gurevitz S- Harnett, 5.0O 

Kobacker, A. J 5.00 

Kobacker, J. M 5.00 

**Lazarus, Fred. 
♦Lazarus, Mrs. Fred. 
♦Lazarus, Ralph. 

Levy, Robert K. ... 5.00 

Levy, S. M 5.00 

Loeb, Arthur 5.00 

Loeb, Mrs. Rebecca, J.OO 
♦Miller, Leopold. 

Newman, E. M S-OU 

Ornstein, S 3.00 

Rieser, Max H lO.CO 

Rosenthal, Eugene.. 10.00 

Rosenthal, Monroe.. 5.00 

Schlezinger, L H. . . 5.C0 

Schonthal, Jos 10.00 

Schatz, Mrs. I. J ^-00 

Topper, Isaac 5.00 

Topper, Max M. .. l'J-00 
United Scrap Iron 

Co 5.00 

Zeiger, H 3.00 

*Zion Lodge 62, 
I. O. B. B. 



Crestline 

Reder, Jake 

Daytoa 



Ach, F. J. 

Eshcol Lodge 55, 

i. u. a. a. ■■:■■■■ 

Federation of Jewish 

Charities 

Lehman, G., & Sons, 

Lessner, Adam 

Petosky, J. G 



Kahn, Bertrand B... 10.00 

Kahn, David F 5.00 

Kahn, Felix 10.00 

Kahn, L. L 5.00 

Kahn, Samuel 25.00 

Mosler, Moses 25.00 

Strauss, Ben 10.00 

Strauss, Max 10.00 

Wolf, Jos 5.0O 

Lancaster 

Rothbardt, G lO.CO 



East Liverpool 
Erlanger, Wm., 

Findlay 

Guise, Mrs. Alice 
L 



Jr. 



10.00 
10.00 

200.00 

ly.oo 

5.00 
10.00 



s.oo 



Lima 

Michael, N. L. ... 

Marion 



15.00 



Mittcnthal, Mrs. 

Jennie D 10.00 

Shomer Emoonim Sab- 
bath School 5.00 

Youngstown 

Hirshberg, B 5.00 

Isenberg, B. R 5.C0 

Mahoning Lodge 339, 

I. O. B. B lO.CO 

Regenstreich, L 5.00 

Rosenbaum, Lee .... 5.00 

Schwartz, I S.OO 

Strouss, Isaac 5. CO 

**Theobald, Mrs. C. 



OKLAHOMA 
Ardmore 

Wertheimer & Daube, 



20.CO 



Hamilton 

Ballinger & Jacobs, 



5.00 



15.00 



Council of Jewish 


5.00 
5.00 


Bartlesville 

Bartlesville Sal 
Co 


Ivage 






500 


Mt. Vernon 

Myers, Mrs. Max.. 


Degen, Harry 
Zotness Bros. . 




25.00 
5.00 






Chandler 






Piqua 








5 00 


Anshe Emeth Con- 








gregation 


5.00 









Louis, Raphael 

Piqua Paper Box 

Co 



5.0U Coalgate 



Pljnnouth 

Spear, Sol. 

Portsmcutli 



10.00 Horchow, Mr. and 
Mrs. Samuel 



Sandusky 

Kaplan, Samuel ... 

Springfield 

Jewish Ladies' Aid 
Society 

Kleeman, Max L. . 

Salzer, Gus M., & 
Bro 



Steubenville 

Sulzbacher, Isidor 



10.00 



5.00 



10.00 



5.00 



5.0O 
lO.'W 



lO.CO 



10.00 



Vogel, I. and Sar 

Enid 

Woolf, H. B. .. 



Henryetta 
Cutler, L 



Oklahoma City 

Engelsn.an, A. D. . 
Hirschland, Ben ... 
Hoffman, H. R. ... 

Levy, I. B 

Temple Ladies' Aid 
Society 



Tulsa 

Jankowsky, Simon 
Madansky Clothing 

Co .. 

Oil Field Supply Co., 
Travis, M. M 



Toledo 

Federation of Jewish 

Charities 225.00 

Landman, Dr. Otto.. 5.C0 



OREGON 

Portland 

Bernstein, Mrs. 

Alex 

Ehrman, Edward . . . 



S.OO 



5.00 



5.00 



S.OO 
5.00 
S.OO 
5.00 

5.00 



5.00 



10.00 
S.OO 



S.OO 
20 '"" 



♦♦Deceased Life Member. 
♦Life Member. 



86 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Ottcnheimcr, Henrv 

J '. . . 10.00 

Portland Lodge 65, 

I. O. 15. B 25.CO 

Selling, Ben ICO.OO 

Shemanski, J 20.00 

Swett, Z 5.00 



PENNSYLVANIA 
AUentown 

Fechheimer, M 5.00 

Fader, A. T 10.03 

Fishman, Uavid .... 10.00 

Goldhammer, J S.OO 

Greenberg, Miller Co., IO.jO 
Groman, Tudge Clin- 
ton A " 20.00 

Heinz, Frank 5.00 

Herrman, S. M 7.50 

Hess, Charles 5.00 

Hoffman, Solomon.. 5.00 

Kern, Martin E. .. 10.00 

*Kline, Chas lOOO.CO 

Kline, Mrs. Chas. .. 5.00 

Max, Jacob 5.00 

Merkel, Jos S.OO 

Metzger, Owen E. .. 10.00 

Philips, Isaac 5.00 

Rapaport, Max 5. CO 

Roth, Sam 5.00 

Samuels, Mrs. A. ... 10.00 

Schaadt, Jas. L 25.00 

Silberstein, H., & 

Son 5.00 

Tray lor, S. W 10.00 

Trexler, Gen. H. C, 20.00 

Young, Col. E. M., 10.00 



Altoona 
*Kline, Henry S. 



Ambler 

Cohen, I. N 5.00 

Schwartz, Louis 5.00 



Ardmore 

Hibbs, Mrs. Shelton 
A 25.00 



Berwick 

Schain, Joseph M... 10.00 

Bethlehem 

Black, M 5.00 

Goldberg, D. M 5.00 

Reis, Louis 5.00 

Weiner, A 5.OO 



Braddock 

Braddock Lodge 516, 
I. O. B. B 10.00 



Bradford 

Council of Jewish 
Women 

Greenewald, Mrs. 
D. C 

Kreinson, L. J 

Bryn Mawr 
Lubin, Mrs. David.. 



5.00 



30.00 
5.00 



5.C0 



Butler 

Berman, M. A. 5.00 

Horwitz, Wm 5.00 

Carlisle 

Berg, Chas 5.00 

Berg, Miss Selma.. 10.00 

Nor, Jos 5.00 

Rosenau, S 5.00 

Charleroi 

Greenberg, N 5 00 

Chester 

Levy, Moses 5.00 

Coatesville 

Apfelbaum, A 5.C0 

Aronsohn, B 10.00 

Braunstein, Mrs. 

Anna S 5.00 

Chertok, M 5.00 

Foreman, I. S 5. CO 

Gaylor, Harry S.CO 

Goldberg, 1 5.C0 

Huston, Chas 10.00 

Jaffee, Louis 10.00 

Marcus, Jacob (Be- 
quest) 10100 

Margoles, 5.00 

Margolies, Dr. M... 5.M 
Schaul, Children of 

the Late Amelia L., lO.CO 

Schaul, Philip 5.00 

Spiro, Sam J 5.C0 

Suckle, A. M 5.00 

Trachtenberg, L. ... 5.00 

Weiss, Benj 5. CO 

Columbia 

Fuld, I. A S.OO 

Heineman, M S.OO 

Morris, Mrs. Wm. . . lO.CO 

Doylestown 

Anonymous 185.00 

Baker, Jos S.OO 

Berg, Dr. Adolf .... S.OO 

Cauffman, Wm. L. .. 10.00 

Easton 

Bricker, W. R 5.00 

Brown & Kaplan .. 5.00 

Bugen, A 5.00 

Epstein, Wm 5.00 



Feinberg, Jacob 10.00 

Goldman, Harry 5.00 

Goldman, Israel 5.00 

Grollman Bros 5.00 

Gross, Geo S.CO 

Hochman, I. B S.OO 

Kahn, Albert F S.CO 

Kahn, Emanuel 5.00 

Kasofsky, Morris ... 5.00 

*KIine, Julius. 

Kowitz, M S.CO 

Krohn, Morris 5.00 

Kurlansik, Frank ... 5.00 

Lipschitz & Peters.. 5.00 

Mayer, B. D 5.00 

Mayer, Horace 5.00 

*Mayer, Jacob. 

Mintz, G 5.00 

Nathan, Milton Mor- 

.^ris S.OO 

Peters, A 10. CO 

Pollock, Clarence ... 15.00 

Potts, A. G 5.00 

Ralph Bros S.OO 

Ralph, Herman 5.00 

Reininger, Joseph . . S.OO 

Rosenbaum, Leo. ... S.OO 

Rosenfelt, L 5.00 

Scheuer, Selig S.OO 

Sherer, Moses ...... S.OO 

Sherer, S S.OO 

Sulkin, Louis 5.00 

Elkins Park 

Blumenthal, Mrs. 

Jeannette K S.CO 

Ephrata 

Moyer, Walter W... 10.00 

Schwartz, Burney .. S.OO 

Erie 

Cohen, Marcus 5.00 

Schaffner, Abraham, 10.00 

Sobel, Isador S.OO 

Warner, Edgar W. .. 5.00 



Farm School 

Zionist Students 

Grove City 

Winsberg, J. ... 



100.00 



5.00 



Harrisburg 

Abramson & Co. . . . 5 00 

Claster, Henry C. .. 5.00 

Claster, Jos IQ.OO 

Cohen, Clara S.QQ 

Cohen, Max, Sons 

„& Co S.OO 

Commonwealth of 

^Peiina 9360.00 

rreedman, Abraham, 5 00 

Goldsmith, Joseph .. 5.00 

Hirschler, Albert .. .5 00 

Jacobson, M. E. . 500- 

Kamsky, L sioo 

Kaufman, David 10 00 

Kuhn, Sol 5 00 



*Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



87 



Micholitz, Simon .. S.OO 

Miller & Kades .... 10.00 
Schleisner, Mrs. 

Wm. B 5.00 

Silberman Bros. ... S.OO 

Strouse, Benj S.OO 

Strouse, VVm S.OO 

Tausig's, Jacob, 

Sons 5.00 

Ulman, Mrs. Hiram 

H 10.00 

Williams & Freed- 

man S.OO 

Zuckerman, Harry.. 5.00 



Samuel, Chas. A. 

Steinfeldt, I 

Weill, Henry .... 



Hazleton 

Benjamin, Mrs. 

David 

Benjamin, Mr. and 

Mrs. Harry M. . 
Friedlander, M. ... 
Friedlander, M., & 

Bro 

Leichtman, Calvin . 
Rosenblatt, Mrs. 

M. I 



Jenklntown 

Loeb, Mrs. 
Silberman, 



Johnstown 



Rudolf. 
Nathan. 



Cohen, A 

Elsasser, Nelson A.. 
Rothstein, Meyer .. 



Klttannlng 

Einstein, Jacob R. 



10.00 



S.OO 
S.OO 



25.00 
S.CO 



5.00 



2S.C0 
5.00 



S.CO 
25.00 
5.00 



5.00 



Lancaster 

Congregation Shaari 

Shomayim 5.00 

Dembo, M 5.00 

Dunie, S S.OO 

Frank, Martin S.OO 

Gansman, Adolph . . 5.00 

Goodman, Miles F. .. 5.00 

Granat, Robert M... 10.00 

Hershey, Andrew H., 20.03 

Hirsh, S. B 15.00 

Holtzman, Thos 5.00 

Jacobs, Jos S.CO 

Kimmel, Louis S.OO 

Lestz, Sam, & Bros., S.OO 

Lurio, Benjamin S.OO 

Lurio, Meyer 5.00 

Michaeles, Milton .. 5.00 

Michaeles, Morris . . 5.00 

Miller, Jacob J 5.00 

Moss, S. R 10.00 

Rindskopf, Henry J., 5.00 

Rosenstein, Albert.. 5.00 
Rosenstein, Mrs. S. 

H. C S.OO 

Rosenthal, Morris . . 5.00 

Salomon, Mrs. D. E., 5.00 



Langhome 
**Branson, I. L. 



Lansdale 

Beinhacker, Lewis 

Pruit, Samuel 

Neiburg, S 



Lebanon 

Berks Supply Co. .. 5.00 

Brenner, Louis 5.00 

Caplan, Julius H., .. S.OO 

Deutsch, S. J S.OO 

Herrmann, Karl 10.00 

Lipsitz, P. W 5.00 

Reizenstein, Martin, S.OO 

Rosenstein, Abe 5.00 

Silberman, Abe 10.00 

Silberman, Max 15.00 

Stein, H. 1 5.00 



Lehighton 

Weiss & Rauscher .. S.OO 
Weiss, Mrs. Wm. .. 10.00 



Lewistown 

Block, Daniel S.OO 

Cohen, H. J 5.00 

Katz, Jos 10.00 

Sherman, Harry 5.00 

Wollner Ben 10.00 

Wollner, David 5.00 

Lock Haven 

Hecht, Edward 10.00 

Simon, Joseph 10.00 

Simon, Milton lO.CO 

Simon, Paul lO.CO 



Luzerne 

Freedman, Max 



5.00 



McKeesport 
Friedman, Henry ... 5.00 

Mechanicsburg 

Jacobson, A. S. (In 

Memoriam) 10.00 

Jacobson, D. R 5.00 

Milton 
Dreifus, Wolf 10.00 

Minersvllle 

Cohen, B. and I. ... 5.00 
Jacobs, Louis 10.00 



5.00 


Mt. Carmel 




5.00 






5.00 


Feinberg, Louis .., 


, . 5.00 




Grossman, Louis ., 


.. 5.00 




Levine, Jos , 


.. 5.00 




Reis, Powell 


. . 5.00 




Spector, Samuel .. 


. . 5.00 




NarbertU 




lO.CO 


Ricklin, Louis 


. 25.00 


10.00 






10.00 


Norrlstown 





Hydeman, Marcus . . 10.00 

Mann, Aaron 10.00 

Mann, Harry 5.00 



Ogontz 

Nagle, Louis A 10.00 

Perkasie 

Apfelbaum, J S.CO 



Pbiladelphla 

Federation of Jewish 

Charities 19,000.00 

Ancker, Mrs. M. D., 2S.00 
Anspach, Mr. and 

Mrs. Angelius 10.00 

Arnold, Philip N. .. 10.00 
Asher, Mrs. Solomon, 10.00 
Axelroth, Family of 

Late Jos 10.00 

Bacharach, Mrs. 

Adele M S.OO 

Bacharach, Harry .. 10.00 
Bamberger, Norma 

P S.OO 

Barmach, A 5.00 

Bauer, Mrs. Lee ... 5.00 

Beckman, S 10.00 

Bedichimer, Harry.. 20.00 
Beerwald, Benj. D... 10.00 
Beerwald, Mrs. Benj. 

D 10.00 

Belber, Henry S. ...1055.00 
Berg, Mrs. Martin.. 5.00 

Berliner, Wm 5.00 

Bernheim, Benj. F... 15.00 
*Betz & Son. 
Biberman, Mr. and 

Mrs. Lewis 50.00 

Blanckensee, Mrs. 

Leon 5.00 

Blieden, Annette N., 10.00 

Bloch, Arthur 550.00 

*Bloch, B. B 25.00 

**Bloch, Simon L. 
**eium, Ralph. 
**Blumenthal, Herman. 
**Blumenthal, Sol. 
B'noth Jeshurun 

Lodge 2, U.O.T.S., 10.00 
Britton, Mrs. Rosa 

B 5.00 



*Life Member. 
*Deceased Life Member. 



88 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Bromley, Jos. H. ... 100.00 

Bronner, Mrs. Ilry., lO.OU 
Brown, J. Howard, 

& Co 2S.C0 

Burd, Louis A lO.CO 

Burman, Mrs. Abe.. 5.00 

Burpee, David 10.00 

*Byers, Jos. J. 

Calmann, Rudolph .. 10.00 

Calwell, Chas. S. ... 25.01 

Cash IJonation 150.00 

Clair, Mr and Mrs. 

Henry 10.00 

*Clothier, Isaac H. 
*Collins, Henry H. 
Dannenbaum, Mrs. 

Harry M 25.00 

Dannenbaum, Mor- 
ris 50.00 

Davis, Mrs. Herman, 5.00 

Delaney & Co 5.00 

Disraeli Lodge 4, 

Judaic Union 19.00 

Dryfoos, Sol 50.00 

Eisenlohr, Louis H., lOO.CO 

Eliel, Mrs. L. S. ... 25.C0 

Epstein, Mrs. K. ... 5.00 

Epstein, Samuel 5. CO 

Ettelson, Rabbi Harry 

W S.CO 

Feinberg, Nathan ... S.OO 
Feldman, Rabbi A. 

^J 9.00 

Fiarsheim, Mrs. 

Fannie S.oo 

*FIeisher, Martha S. 
Fleisher, Simon B. 

(Bequest) ICOO.CO 

Fleishman, Morris .. 25.00 

Frank, Mrs. Addie.. 5.00 

Frankel, A. A 5.00 

Friedbaum, Russell.. 5.00 

Friedheim, Samuel.. 100.00 

Fuguet, Howard 25.CG 

Gattman, Mrs. M... 10.00 

Goff, Mrs. Isaac lO.CO 

Goldberg, Mrs. 

Harry 5x0 

Goldsmith, Philip N., 25.00 
Goldstein, Mr. and 

Mrs. Max S.oo 

Goodman, Mrs. Ben, 5. CO 

Goodman, Simon 5 00 

Gottlieb, Mr. and 

Mrs. Nathan 20.00 

Goulson, Family of 

Late Lea F IS.OO 

Green, Mrs. H 10.00 

Green, Herman E. .. 5 00 

Green, Mrs. Leo ... 20 00 

Greenbaum, Dr. Max, 20.00 
Greenfield, Albert 

„M. .. 100.00 

Gross, Mrs. Henry 

^S •• 5. CO 

Grossman, David ... 5.00 
Hackenburg, Mrs. 

Wm. B 25 00 

Hagedorn, Mrs. Alice. 

Hanau, Herman lo.OO 

Harberg, Mrs. J. ... 10.00 
Harbison, Thos. B... 100.00 

Harker, Mrs. Eliz... 10.00 
•Harrison, C. C. 



liar Sinai Lodge 8, 

1. O. ii. U 5.00 

Hecht, Israel 10.00 

Hecht, Morton E. .. 10.00 
*IIeimerdinger, Leo 

H ICO.OO 

Hersh, Mrs. Ben ... 2'J.OO 

Herzberg, Walter 15. CO 

*Herzberg, Mrs. 

Walter. 

Hess, Mrs. Edward, 25.00 

Hess, Eugene C 15.00 

Hilbronner, Fannie.. 5.00 
Himmelreich, Mrs. 

Harriet 5.00 

Hinlein, J. H 50.00 

Hires, Charles E. .. 25.00 

Hirsh, Ralph 50.00 

Hohlfeld, Herman L., 2S.C0 

Howell, Samuel lO.OO 

*Hyman, Wm ICOO.CO 

Isaacs, Mrs. M. R., 5.00 
Jacobs, Mrs. Bertha 

Z 50.00 

Jenkins, Chas. F. .. lO.CO 
**Jonas, Herman. 

Julius, Nathan J 5.00 

*Kaas, Andrew. 
Kadden, Mrs. 

Frieda 10.00 

Kahn, Harry C lOOO.CO 

Kahn, Mrs. Harry 

C 100100 

Kaplan, Chas. M. ... 5.00 

Karpeles, Dr. M. J., 25.00 

Katz, Arnold 25.00 

*Kaufmann, Morris A. 
*Kayser, Samuel. 
Keneseth Israel Re- 

_ligious School 50.C0 

Keneseth Israel R. 

S'.. Primary Dept., lO.CO 
Klein, Children of 

Mr. and Mrs. Chas., 5.00 
Kline, Mrs. Estella 

.,,F 5.00 

Klonower, Herman.. 5. CO 

Knopf, 1 10.00 

Kohlberg, Isaac L... 10.00 

Kohn, Alfred 15.00 

Kohn, Mrs. Florence 

B. 10.00 

Kohn, Miss Mina .. lO.CO 
Kooperman, Mrs. 

Ed 10.00 

Koppenheim, Mrs. 

Hattie 10.00 

Kraus. Edna 10.00 

*Krauskopf, Harold.. lOO.CO 

Lane, David H 50.00 

Lang, Mrs. Gabe .. . 5.03 
"Langfeld, A. M. 
Langsdorf, Miss 

Minnie 10.00 

Lehman, Mrs. A. L., 10.00 

Levintow, Arthur . . 5.00 
Levy, Mr. and Mrs. 

A. C 5.00 

Levy, Isaac 10.00 

Levy, Mrs. Louis 

Edward 20.00 

*Levy, Sol. 

Lichtman, Maurice.. 10.00 
Lindauer, Mr. and 

Mrs. Milton 5.00 



Lipman, Mrs. Harry, 5.00 
*Lit, b. L). 

Livingston, Louis . . S.OO 
Loeb, Mrs. Hor- 

tense H S.OO 

Loeb, Mrs. Mina ... 10.00 
Loeb, Mrs. Victor A., lO.CO 
Lowenstein, Mrs. I., 5. CO 
Lowenstein, Ike ... 10.00 
*Manko, L. H. 
Mansbach, Mrs. 

Abraham 10.00 

Marcus, Miss Edythe 

M 10.00 

Marks, Mrs. L. U. . . 25.00 
Marks, Mr. and 

Mrs. Michael 10.00 

Marx, Sig. J 40.00 

Mastbaum, Jos. A... 5.00 
Mayer, Mr. and 

Mrs. Sam'l M 5.00 ' 

Mayer, Mrs. Senora 

K 10.00 

Mendelsohn, Mae L., 5.00 
•*Merz, Daniel. 

Merz, Millard 5.00 

*Merz, Mrs. Regina. 
Meyer, Mrs. Harold 

L 10.00 

Meyerhoff, Eman. . . 25.C0 
Meyerhoff, Dr. Irwin 

,S lO.CO 

Mitchell, Mr. and 

Mrs. L 10.00 

Moore, Mrs. J. 

Hampton I5.u0 

Mork, Mrs. Flora B., 10.00 
•Morris, Charles E. 
•Morris, Effingham B. 
Moses, Dr. and Mrs. 

Albert 5 qq 

••Muhr, Jacob. ' . 

Munter, Herman K., 50 00 
Myers, Mr. and Mrs. 

^Max 5 00 

Nadel, Clarence 500 

Neubauer, Mrs. S 5 00 

Newmayer, Mr. and 

Mrs. Meyer 20.C0 

Oppenheimer, Mrs 

p,Chas 60.00 

Uppenheimer, Mrs. 

Max 25 CO 

Ostheim, Miss Clara, 5;00 
Pannonia Beneficial 

Association 50 OO 

.»?^"'"' Harold 20;00 

Pepper, Dr. Wm. 
Pfaeizer, Simon. 
Philhps, David .... lO.CO 
Pmheiro, Mr. and 

P^^"- ?v "•■'•. 10-00 

Powers-\\ eightman- 

§aab, Mrs. Julia. 

J<afi^. A Raymond .. 10.00 

Raphael, Mr. and 

Mrs. Arthur S 5 oo 

K|ttin, Mrs. David 

4^^^«> F'-anci^'B::: S 

Ketorm Congregation 

Keneseth Israel, 
glce, Mrs. Isaac .... 5 00 
Kice, Mrs. Sid. G... 5M 



•Life Member. 
•Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



89 



Roberts & Co., 

Thomas 10.00 

'•Roikc, Allen B. 
Rosenbaum, Heinrich, 55.00 
Rosenbaum, Mr. and 

Mrs. Leon 25.00 

Rosenbaum, Zach. .. 10.00 
Rosenberg, Chas. K., 5.00 
*i<.osenOers, Grace. 
•Rosenberg, .1. Walter. 
Rosenberger, Her- 
mann 5.00 

Rosengarten, J. G... 250.00 
Rosenthal, Miss 

Bena 25.00 

Rosenthal, HaiTy ... 75.00 
Rosenthal, Mrs. Hry., 53.00 
Rothschild, Richard 

and Jean 10.00 

Rothschild, S 10.00 

kubm, Mrs. Jos. ... 20.00 
Sattler, Mrs. M. ... 5.00 
*Schloss, Mrs. Herm. 
Schloss, Miss Rita 

A 5.00 

Schmidt, Miss An- 

tointte 25.00 

*Schoch, Henry R. 
Schulhof, Mrs. Jen- 
nie M 5.00 

Schwartzman, Dr. . 

S 25.00 

Schwenk, A. K., Co., 5.00 
Schweriner Mrs. Caro- 
line N 20.00 

Segal, Osias, Col- 
lected by 22.00 

Segal, Rachel, and 
Golde Kolosky .... 5.00 

Sharp, S. S 10.00 

*Silberman, Mrs. Ida, 25.00 

Silberstein, J 20.00 

♦Silverman, 1. H. ... 10.00 

Simon, Fred M 5.00 

Sinberg, John H. .. 250.00 
Smukler, Miss Ruth 

H 5.00 

•*Snellenburg, J. J. 
*Snellenburg, Nathan. 
Snellenburg, Mrs. 

Nathan 100.00 

•Snellenburg, Sam'l.. 150.00 
Spillane, Richard .. 50.00 

Spitzer, M 25.00 

Spitzer, Mrs. M. .. 10.00 
Sprowles, Edwin G., 25.00 

Stamm, Max 5.00 

Standard Lodge 3, 

Judaic Union 15.00 

Starrels, Morris .... 10.00 
Stead & Miller Co., 10.00 
Steinberg, Samuel .. 5.00 
Steinfeld, Mrs. A. 

H 25.00 

Stern, Eugene M. .. 225.00 
Stern, Lina, In 

Memory of 30.00 

Stern, Morris H. . . . 10.00 
Sternberger, Clarence, 5 00 
•Sternberger, Samuel. 
Sterne, Miss Edith 

S 10.00 

Strouse, Alex. S. ... 10.00 

Strouse, Simon 5.00 

Stybel, Joachim .... 200.00 



Sundheim, Mrs. H. 

Eugenie R 10.00 

Sundheim, Herbert 

P 10.00 

Tandler, Mrs. Tillie 
and Mrs. M. H. 

Flarsheim 5.00 

••Teller, Benj. F. 
•Teller, Mrs. B. F. 
••Teller, Jos. R. 
Tickner, Mrs. II. J., 10.00 

Trainer, Jos. C 25.00 

••Trautnian, Dr. B. 
Trifield. Mrs. Max, 15.00 
Waas, Mrs. L. L.... 5.0O 

Walter, Simon 150.00 

Walters, Mrs. Ray.. 5.00 
•W' anamaker, John. 
Wasserman, Mrs. 

Herbert B 10.00 

Weil, Mr. and Mrs. 

Jacob 25.00 

Weil, Robert, and 

Wm., Jr 10.00 

••Weiler, Herman. 
Weinmann, Mr. and 

Mrs. Elias 50.00 

Weinmann, Mrs M., 20.00 
Weinmann, Max ... 10.00 
Weiss, Miss Florence 

Adline 8.00 

Wells, Geo. B 10.00 

Wessel, Mrs. Henry 

N 50.00 

Weyl Bros 10.00 

Wieder, Mrs. E. F., 10.00 
Wiener, Mrs. 

Milton 10.00 

Wiernick, Mrs. Mor- 
ris lO.OO 

Williams, Mrs. S. C, 10.00 
Winelander, Miss 

Ruth 5.0O 

•Wolf, I., Jr. 
Wollenberger, Mrs. 

Lehman 25.00 

**Zweighaft, Simon. 

Phoenixvllle 

Benowitz, Morris .. 5.00 

Goldberg Bros 5.00 

Gross, Samuel 5.00 

Kohn, Jos 5.00 

Lang, Morris 5.00 

Miller, M. C S.OO 

Neumann, Herman . 5.00 

Parsons, J. C 5.00 

Phillips, Benj 5.00 

Raubtogel, J 5.00 

Pittsburgh 

Aaron, Louis I. 

(Bequest) 1000.00 

•Aaron, Marcus. 

Alpern, Jos 7.00 

Aronson. I. Leonard, 5.0O 

Beigel, B 5.00 

Benedict, Misses 
Helen and Marian, 5.0O 

Benswanger, E 5. CO 

**Browarsky, Marx. 
Brunwasser, Frank.. 10.00 
•Cohen, Aaron. 

Cohen Henry S 5.C0 

•Cohen, Hon. Josiah. 



•Dreifus, Chas. 
Einstein, Morris .. 
Federation Jewish 

Pliilaiuhrupics 

Floersheim, Berth'd, 
Frank, Isaac W. — 
•Friedman, Mrs Jos. 
Frieaman Mrs. 

Mary 

Goldsmit, Louis .... 
Goldsmith, Mrs. 

Louis J 

•Guckenheiiner, Isaac. 
•Hamburger, Philip. 
•Hanauer, A. M. 
Kann, Mrs. Myer 

M 

Katz, Leo A 

•Kauiman Bros. 

Kaulmann Isaac .... 
•Kautmann, Mrs Jac. 
Aautmann, Mrs. 

Morris 

KautmanH;, Natlian, 
Lehman, Albert C... 

Lehman, I. F 

Montenore Lodge 794, 

L U. O. F 

•Rauh, Marcus. 
••Rauh, Mrs. Rosalie. 

iianes. Dr. K. i 

Schutzer, Mrs. Julia, 

and Family 

Solomon, Kaskel ... 
Stadtfeld, Joseph ... 
*V\eil, A. Leo 



25.00 

5Q).00 

5.U0 

25.UJ 



5.00 
5.U0 



10.00 



25.00 
5.00 



10.00 



10.00 

SvOO 

250.00 

. 50.00 

10.00 



10.00 
5.00 

lo.uo 

5.0O 
25.UU 



Pottstown 

Cohen, Miss Alice.. 5.00 

Meyerhoff, Ralph K., 10.00 

Mosheim, S 20. LO 

Pollock Bros 5.0;j 

Pollock, Mayer 10.00 

Pollock, Nathan lO.UU 

Printz, Adolf 5.00 

Vveiss, F 5.00 

Pottsvuie 

Cotler, H 5.C0 

Diamond & Bro lO.UU 

Gellert, Jacob 5.00 

Harris. Harry 5.00 

Lefkowitz N 5.00 

Mendelsohn, Abe ... 5.00 

Moss, Harry H 5.00 

Refowich Bros 5.00 

Rosenzweig, J. S. .. 5.00 

Rouse, Nasaniel .... 5.01 

Rubmsky, Israel L., I'J.OO 

Seaman, S. S 5. CO 

Spicker, Mr. and 

Mrs. H 10.00 

Weiner, Isaac 10.00 

Weiner, Jos j;i.00 

Werner, Mose S.OO 

Weiss, S. S 5.00 



Quakertown 

Binimowitz, Samuel, 5.00 

Cohen, Herman M... 5.00 

Klein, Adolph 5.00 

Weiss, Elias 10.00 



•Life Member. 
••Deceased Life Memjier. 



90 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Reading 

Baer. 1 500 

Bash, \Vn>. .,..,.... ^f^ 

Bernheimer, Lmil .. 5-^ 

Claster, Joel ^.W 

Cohen Bros i-]^ 

Ehrich, Julius -^W 

Fisher, Harry ^^ 

Goldman E.... ^.00 

Harris, David A. .. 5.U0 

Heller. M. f.OO 

Holzman, M ^f^ 

Imber Bros 5.C0 

Isaacs. Ed. ..; 5.00 

Isecovitz, Morns .... 5.UU 

Kaplan, A. B. lO.CO 

Kaufmann, E. I. •• 25-UU 

Knoblaugh, rhilhp.. lO.CO 

Liefter, M. 5.00 

Loeb, Leopold a-U" 

Luria, A. L 50.00 

Luria, S. R. ....•••• O-Ox 

Marcus, Mrs. Nath., lo.OO 

Moyer, Willard S.CXJ 

Pear, Samuel ^-OU 

Penn Rag and Metal 

Co 5.CU 

Rosenberg, Harry .. 5.00 

Rosenthal, Morris .. 5.00 

Ruttenberg Bros. .. 5.00 

Schweriner, S. S. .. 3;.tO 

Sher, L., & Sons .. lO 00 

Skaist, Max J 10.00 

Sondheim, Jonas ... 5.00 

Sondheim Leo J. ... 5.00 

Sondheim, Dr. S. J., I'^.CO 

Stone, Frank 10.00 

Sukovice, 1 10.00 

Weil, Morris 5.C0 

Whiteson, 1 5.00 

Whiteson, Mrs. I. .. 5.00 

Winston, G. I 5.C0 

Zabel, Harry 5.00 

Yaffe & Blumberg .. 10.00 



Scranton 

Anshe Chesed S. S., 5.0O 
Goodman, Mrs. N. G., 5.C0 
Jewish Federation .. 200.CO 



Sellersville 

Milder, Samuel 5.00 

Shamokln 

Gelb, W. B 5.00 

Liackowitz, A 5.00 

Mirbach. M. R 5.00 

Robinz, Leon 5.00 

Savlov, Nathan .... 5.C0 



Shenandoah 




Kline, Herman 

Levitt, Max 

Ruderman, J 


. 5,00 
. S.OO 
. 5.00 


Slatlngton 




Rice, Samuel M. . 


. 5.00 


Souderton 




Silverstein, B 

Wiener, Philip 


. 10.00 

. 10.00 



South Bethlehem 

Belein, J 5.00 

Goodman, Bennie ... 5.0O 

Goodman, H. N 5.00 

Long, Robt 5 00 

Refowich, A .'' OQ 

Shulman, D. L 5.00 

Silberstein, Isidor .. 5.(0 

Strauss, Solomon .. i.OO 

Tauss, B. P 5 TO 

Weisenberger, Henry, 10.00 

Weisenberger, S. ... 10.00 



Steelton 

Zacks, J. 



5.00 



Sunbury 

Blow, Ely 5.C0 

Freedman, Wolf .... 5.00 

Hertz, Louis 5.00 

Jonas, M 5.00 

Kaufman Bros 3.00 

Kronberg, M. L. ... 5.L0 

Markley, M. H lO.CO 



Titusvllle 

Berwald, H. P. 



Unlontown 

Baum, Mrs. Wm. 
Rosenbaura, Ike . 
Rosenbaum, Jos. . 
Rosenbaum, Mrs. 
Lena 



10.00 



15.00 
5.00 
10.00 

5.00, 



Wilkes-Barre 

Casper, Louis 5.00 

Casper, Max 5.00 

Cohen, Harry H. ... 5.00 
Cohen, Louis, & 

Son 5.00 

Coons, Jos. S 10.00 

Davidow, Edward B., 10.00 
Diamond City Lodge 

135, I. O. B. S 5.00 

Finkelstein's Sons . . 5.00 
Frankel, Isaac, & 

Son 5.00 

Freeman Bros 5.00 

Heinz, Maurice 5.00 

Heller, Sol., & Sons, 5.00 

Herskowitz, A 5.00 

Hirshowitz Harry R., 10.00 

Hurwitz. Aaron 5. CO 

Lazarus, Henry 10.00 

Levy. Felix T 5.00 

Lewith, E. L 5.0O 

Long, Cosmar P. ... 5.00 

Long, Mrs. Dora ... 5.00 

Long, Isaac S 5.00 

Long, Millard F 5.00 

Lowenstein, E 5.00 

Mendelsohn, Dr. I. 

W 5.00 

Meyer, Jerome, & 

Sons 5.00 

Reese, Miss Ella ... 5.00 

Rifkin, A., & Son .. 5.00 

Rosenthal, Louis . . . 5.00 

Rosenthal, Nathan .. 5.C0 

Salsburg, Abram ... 10.00 

Salsburg, Louis K... 10.00 



Schloss, Mrs. S 10.00 

Silverblatt, J 5.00 

Silverman Benj 10.00 

bperling, Harry 5.IX) 

Stern, Harry F 5.00 

Stern, Mrs. Harry 

F 20.00 

Strauss, S. J 10.00 

Weitzenkorn, J. K., 10.00 

Wiseman, H. M. ... 10.00 

Weiler, Mrs. Eman., lO.CO 



Williamsport 

Broyman, J. L 10.00 

Goldenberg, C. N., 

& Co 5.00 

Goldenberg, H. N. .. 5.00 

Pechter, Harry B. .. 5.00 



York 

Feder Simon 5.C0 

Fuld & Haas 5.00 

Grumbacher, Mrs. 

Max 10.00 

Hyderman, Leon ... 5.00 

Tandorf, Mrs. A. ... S.f-O 

kalisch, Max 5.00 

Laveton, L 5.00 

Lehmayer. Louis R., 5. CO 

Miller, Joe 5.00 

Petow, L. A 5.00 

Reineberg, Lee 5.00 

Schmidt, H. S 5.O0 

Simmons, A 5.00 

Trattner, Abe 5.00 

Walker, I., Sons .... 5.00 

Wilhelm, Mrs. J. S., 5.00 

Williams & Levin.. 5.^0 

Zeigler, Mrs. Fannie, 5.00 

Zweifler, D 5.00 



RHODE ISLAND 

Providence 

Bernkopf, David ... 5.0O 

Fox, Jos 5.00 

Godiowsky, Bernard 

M 5.C0 

Misch, Mrs. Caesar.. 5.00 

Silverman Bros 10.00 

Wachenheimer Bros., 5.(iO 



SOUTH CAROLINA 
Charleston- 
Blank, 1 5.00 

Hornick, M 10.00 

Jacobs, Louis 5.00 

Karesh, Louis 5.00 

Pinkussnhn, J. S. .. 5.00 

Triest, Montague ... 5.00 

Turtletaub, J 5.00 

Visanska, T. M 5.00 

Williams, H. J 5.00 



Columbia 

Aberman, Mrs. Celia, 5.C0 

Citron, M 5.0O 

Finkelstein, Moses.. 5.00 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



91 



Friedman, M 5.00 

Kohn, August 5. CO 

Rebatch. Chas 5.00 

Tanenbauni, N 5.00 

Tanenbaum, Mrs. N., 5.00 



Darlington 

Block, B 5.00 

Hennig. Henry 5.00 

Hilb, Ben 5.00 

Hyman, Abram 5.C0 

Weinberg, R 5.00 

Witcover, D. D 5.00 



Florence 

Finkelstein, Louis .. 5.00 
Sulzbacher, S. I. ... lOO.CO 



Greenville 

Meyers, Alex 5.00 

Spartansburg 

Blotchv, A. G 5.00 

Brill, Harry H 5.00 

Greenewald Bros. ... 5. CO 

Levite, M 5.00 

Morns, A. H 5.00 

Price, Harry 5.00 

Skalowski, R 5.00 

Samter 

Berg, Wm 5.00 

Levi Bros 10.00 

Levy, J. H 5.C0 

Phelps, A. C 5.00 

Strauss, I. C 10.00 

Weinberg, A 5.00 



SOUTH DAKOTA 
Sioux Falls 
Speier, Sam 5.00 

TENNESSEE 
Chattanooga 

Council of Jewish 

Women 5.00 

Friedman, Morris . . 5. CO 

Rosenheim, William, 5.00 



Clarksville 
Adler, M 5.00 

Knoxville 

Beth EI Religious 

School 5.00 

Course, Ceo 5.00 

Rosenthal, D. A. ... 5.00 



Memphis 

Binswanger, Milton 

S 5.0O 

Federation Jewish 

Charities 200.00 

Hardwig & Israel H. 

Peres 10.00 

Memphis Lodge 35, 

I. O. B. B 10.00 

Roth, Louis 5.00 

Nashville 

Bernstein, Phillip, & 

Clarence Jr 10.00 

Federation Jewish 

Charities 100.00 

Hirsch, Sam 10.00 

Jacobus, J. M 5.00 

Loveman, Mrs. 

Adolph 5.C0 

Loventhal, Lee J. . . . 5.00 
Maimonides Lodge 

46, I. O. B. B 10.00 

Rich, Schwartz & 

Joseph 10.00 

Pulaski 
Cohn, Sol 5.00 



TEXAS 
Austin 

*Davis, Nelson. 
Federation Jewish 
Charities 20.00 



Balmorhea 
*Mayer, Sol. 

Beasley 
Robinowitz, A 

Beaumont 

Ladies' Benevolent 

Society 

Nathan, J. J 

Tannenbaum, B. ... 



Corsicana 

Temple Sisterhood 

Chappell Hill 
Reinstein, W 



Dallas 

Edloff, Mrs. Geo. G 

Kahn, E. M 

Kahn, X 

Levi, Chas. G. .. 
Michaelson, L. A 
Myers, Seymour 
*Orleans, M. J. 
Ortlieb, Max .... 



10.00 



10.00 
10.00 
5.00 



10.00 



10.00 



5.00 
25.00 
10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

20.00 



*Sanger, Alexander. 

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

*Silberstein, Mrs. A. 

Swope, Jos 10.00 

Titche, Edward 5.00 



EI Paso 

Aronstein, S 10.00 

Jewish Relief Sooty., 25.00 

Schwartz, A S.QQ 

Temnle Mt. Sinai 

„.S-. S. 10.00 

>\eiss, 1 5.00 

Fort Worth 

Brown, Isidor 5.00 

Council of Jewish 

Women 5.00 

Friedman, Mrs. A. .. 5^'X) 

Friend, Alex. M. ... 20.00 

Joseph, Sam A 5 00 

Levy, Sam 209.00 

Marx, Herman 5 00 



5.00 



Galveston 

Cohen, Robert I. . 
Hebrew Benevolent 

^Society 25.00 

*Kempner, Mrs. H. 

Kempner, L H 25.00 

Lasker, E. 
**Lasker, M. 

Nussbaum, Tos 10 00 

Pike, Miss Phyllis 

Sanger 15x0 

Zachanas Frankel 
Lodge 242, I.O.B.B., 10.00 

Houston 

Harris, Louis L. ... 10 00 
Lnited Jewish Char- 
ities 25 00 

Weingarten, J "5.00 

Mineola 

Bromberg, I. G 10.00 

Mayer, E 5.00 

Orange 
Aronson, G. & J 5X0 



Palestine 

Maier, S. 



San Antonio 

Bergel, Mrs. A 

Berman. O 

Blum, Mrs. Fannie, 

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

Eldrige. S. C 

*Halff, G. A. C. .. 
*Halff. Henry L. 

Halff. Mrs. M 

Halff Memorial F"und, 



10.00 



5.00 
5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

s.on 

50.00 

25.00 

25.00 



*Life Member, 
♦Deceased Life Member. 



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Heimann, Mrs. Silva, 10.00 

Joske, Alex •• . lauO 

Leo N. Levi Lodge 

675, 1. U. B. U. .. 10.00 
Oppenhcimer, Mrs. 

Fannie ^.OO 

Oppenhcimer, J. D. 
•Stern, Morris. 



lU.OO 



Texarkana 

Heilbron, Louis .... lO.CO 
Texarkana Casket 
Co 5.00 

Tyler 

Bruck, S. ........... 5X0 

Edward Lasker Lodge 

347, L O. B. B. ... ?00 

Wadel, B ^'^^ 

Victoria 
Bettin, Max 5.00 

Waco 

Haber, Benj. Family 

°f Late •• 0- 

Migel, L. •••■••••■ 
Sanger, Sam, Estate _^^^ 

SangerV'Mrs. Sam .. lO.LO 



Wichita Falls 

Lyons & Kleinman.. 

UTAH 

Salt Lake City 

Alexander, Daniel .. 

B F. Peixotto Lodge 

421, L OB B. .... 

Jewish Relief Soc y, 

Kosenblail, A'- • 

Siegel, Mrs. Sol. .. 



20.00 



10.00 

5.'!0 
10. CO 
lU.W) 

lU.yO 



VIRGINIA 

Alexandria 

Bendheim, Lewis ... 5. GO 
Kaufman & Blumen- 

feld 5.00 

Dreifus, J., & Sons, 5.00 

Heidenheimer, Isaac, 5.UU 

Rosenfeld, Max 5.U() 

Ruben, Leopold 3-^0 

Weil Bros ?-^; 

Wolf, Julius iOO 



Bristol 
Schloss, Mrs. C 

Charlottesville 

Kaufman's Sons. M., 
Oberdorfer, P. B. .. 



5.00 



5,'X) 
lU.Od 



Danville 

Goldstein, B 5.00 

Cireenberg, A 6.00 

Halperin, M lO.GO 

Harris Clothing Co., 5.00 

Helping Hand Soc, 10.00 

Kaufman, Mrs. Jul., 5.00 

Kingoff Bros 5.00 

Roman, Moses 5.00 

Saevitz, S 5.00 

Schuster, Isaac 5.00 

Silverman, L 7..^" 



Harrisonburg 
Bloom, Bernard 



5.00 



Lynchburg 

Berman, H 5.00 

Cooper, M 20.00 

Crowell, L. 1 5.00 

Eichelbaum, M S.OO 

Finkel, J. M 5.00 

Goodman, E 5.00 

*Guggenheimer, Mrs. 

Max. 

Koppelman, J. H. .. 5.00 

Moses, M S.OO 

Schewel, A. M 5.00 

Weinstein, Harry . . S.OO 



Newport News 

Austrian, John 5.00 

Eisenman, T 5.00 

Garner, W. M 5.00 

Gordon & Nathanson, 5.00 

Graff, B. J 10.00 

Kass, M. J 5.00 

Meyers Bros 10.00 

Mirmelstein Bros. .. 5.00 

Peyser, Sol S.OO 

Reyner, J., & Sons, 10.00 
Rosenbaum, Nathan, 5.00 
Schmelz Nat'l Bank, 5.00 

Siegel Bros S.OO 

Virginia Lodge 195, 
I. O. B. A S.OO 

Norfolk 

Bennet, Jacob 5.00 

Crockin, H S.dO 

Council of Jewish 

Women 25.00 

Engel, G 5.00 

Goldberg, Samuel ... 5.00 
Hecht, Mrs. Jacob .. 5.00 

Hirshler, E 10.00 

Hofflin, M 5.00 

Hofheimer Bros. 

Co 50.00 

Jacobs, F 5.00 

*Ladie9 HebreAv 

Benevolent Asso. 

Letterman, J. J 5.00 

Levy, Moe 5.00 

Levy, Phillip & Co., S.OO 

Lilienfeld, B. 5.00 

Lowenberg, Benj. .. 10. CO 

Lowenberg, Harry . . 10.00 



Mansbach, Louis .. . 6.00 
Mendelsohn, Dr. 

Ludwig 5.C0 

Nusbaum, M. G 5.00 

Nusbaum, Mrs. S. L., 10.00 

Pincus, Max S.OO 

Schreier, Alfred 5.00 

Schultz, A. & 1 5.00 

Seldner, A. B 25.00 

Stern, L. L S.OO 

Sugar, J S.OO 

Ulman & Emanuel.. 5.00 

Petersburg 

Eigenbrun, E 5.00 

Friedenberg, Max . . 5.00 

Gellman, A S.OO 

Lovenstein, A. L. ... S.OO 

Rosenstock, L. A. .. 10.00 

Portsmouth 

Bord, Samuel 5.00 

Fass, Sol 5.C0 

Lasting, S.. & Brc, S.OO 

Smith, B. M S.OO 

Richmond 

*Binswanger, Harry 
S. 

•Binswanger, M. I... 5.00 

Cohen, Mrs. Sam. .. 5.C0 

Florsheim, M. B. ... 10.00 

Galeski, Dr. S 5.00 

Hellstern Bros 5.00 

Hofheimer Bros. Co., S.OO 

Kaufmann, I lO.CO 

Loenstein, Jacob S.OO 

Lovenstein, L., & 

Son S.OO 

**Millhiser, Gustavc. 

•Raab, E. 

*Raab, Mrs. E. 

Straus, Milton J.... S.OO 
Thalhimer, Morton 



G 


5.00 


Weisberger, S 

VVhitehill, M. H. ... 

VVhitlock, Dan 

**Whitlock, Philip. 


5.00 
S.OO 
S.OO 


Roanoke 




Blue Ridge Overall 
Co 


S 00 


Rosenberg, M 


5.00 


Staunton 




Strauss, L. G 


5.00 


WASHINGTON 




Everett 




Hochstadter, Bern'd, 


S.OO 



Seattle 

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

*Lang, Julius C. 
Stern, Leopold M 



lO.OO 



•Life Member. 
••Deceased Life Member. 



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Tacoma 

Council of Jewish 

Women 3-00 

Feist, Theo I'l.OO 

Kaufman, H. A 10.00 

Tacoma Lodge 741, 

I. O. B. B 10.00 



WEST VIRGINIA 

Charleston 

Baer, Ben lO.CO 

Baer, Samuel 10.00 

Frankenberger, Her- 
bert. 5.00 

Frankenberger, Max, 10.00 

Goldman, M. B 5.00 

Goldman, Morris,Jr. , 5.00 

May, Phil 5.00 

Silverstein, A. P. .. 10.00 



Parkersburg 

Nathan, Mrs. Ben.. lO.CO 



Wheeling 

Banov, Chas 5.00 

Bloch, Samuel S. .. 5.C0 

Broverman, S 5.00 

"Horkheimer, Mrs. B. 

Horkheimer, Louis .. 5.00 

Isenberg, Israel 5.00 

Kline, Simon 5.C0 

Leshem Shomayim 

S. S 10.00 

Moss, T. E 5.00 

Reichblum, Mrs. M., 5.00 

Rice, Albert M 5.00 

*Solomon & Rubin. 



Sonneborn, Chas. L., 5.00 

Sonneborn, M 5.00 

Stein, Leon B 5.00 

•Weil, J. 

Wolf, Leo 5.00 

Young Women's 

Temple Guild 5.00 



WISCONSIN 

Appleton 

Marshall, Louis J. .. 10.00 

Ashland 
Levy, Jos. 1 5.00 

Kaukauna 

*Wertheimer, M. A. 



La Crosse 

Ansche Chesed Con- 
gregation 5.00 

Bloom, Bernhard . . 5.00 

Hirshheimer, A. ... 25.C0 



Milwaukee 

B'ne Jeshurun S. S., 10.00 

Cohen, Mrs. Gertr., 5.00 
Federation Jewish 

Charities 3-00.00 

Gilead Lodge 41, 

I. O. B. B 5.00 

Greenwald, Oscar .. 10.00 
Hamionv Lodge 63, 

L O. F. S. cf I. .. 5.00 

Heller, Simon 5.00 

Housman, A. Edw., 5.00 



Krauskopf, J 15.C0 

Landauer, Max 10.00 

Litt, Miss Bessie .. 10.00 

Miller, Morris 5.00 

Schuster, Chas 5.00 

Schuster, Mrs. Edw., 5.U0 



Superior 

Cohen, Julius L 5.00 

Joseph, S. Y., Co. .. 5.00 

Lasky Bros 5.00 

Siegel Bros 10.00 



West Bend 
*Heller, Isidore. 

CANADA 

Toronto, Ontario 
Scheuer, Edmund .. lO.'X) 

CHINA 
Shanghai 
♦Leopold, Jacob. 

ENGLAND 
London 

*Meyer, Arthur. 

SWITZERLAND 

Rorschach 
**SchoenfeId, Max. 



*Life Member. 
**Deceased Life Member. 



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CONTRIBUTIONS TOTALING $425.00 

IVere Received During the Year From the Following: 



ALABAMA 
Gadsden 

Hecht Hugo 

CALIFORNIA 
Los Angeles 
Hecht, Rabbi S. 



CONNECTICUT 

Hartford 
Harris, Philip 
Kashmann, Isaac 
Katten & Son 
Margolis, R. 
Mayer, Jerome 



New Haven 

Berman, Barnett 
Kaufman, Isaac 
Kaufman, J. D. 
Keller, J. 
KuiiiZKy, Jos. 
Lander, Abraham 
Levin, Isaac 
Link; Hi Links 
Linsky, Benj. 
Kapnael, Dan. H. 
Steinbach, B. A. 
Weiss, M. 
\\ itz, Samuel 



DELAWARE 
Wilmington 

Berman, J. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 
Washington 

Horn, N., & Son 
Lewis, Dave 
Lewis, Sol. 
\\'est, Emil 

FLORIDA 
Jacksonville 
Shevitz, Carl 

St. Augustine 

Friedman, M. 
Pinkoson, N. 



Tampa 

Brody, Henry- 
Cohen, M. Henry 

West Tampa 

Aronowitz, Manuel 

Ibor City 

Hershowitz, S. 



GEORGIA 



Atlanta 
Bach, J. 

Brunswick 

Hechel, E. 



Macon 

Bernd, A. B. 
Doctor, H. 
Goldgar, B. 
W'a.xeibaum, G. J. 

Savannah 

Bernstein, Leo 
Horowitz, H. 
Rabhan, Jack 



ILLINOIS 
Bloomington 

Livingston, Harry 
Stein, B. 

Chicago 

Cohen, J. 

Moline 

Sklovsky, Max 

Peoria 

Rraverman, A. 
Ketay, Ben 
Ketay, Sam 
Szold, Esther 
Weinstein, C. 
Weinstein, J. 



INDIANA 
Indianapolis 

Messing, Rabbi Mayer 

Mt. Vernon 

Mt. Vernon Temple Sister- 
hood 



South Bend 

Adler, Norman 
Brooks, M. J. 
Lemontree, A. 
Mayerfeld, A. R. 
Kies, H. £. 



Terra Haute 

Goldstine, S. J. 
Rubin, Nathan M. 
Ury, Dr. Julian J. 



IOWA 



Davenport 

Deutsch, H. S. 
Siegel, D. 



KENTUCKY 
Henderson 
Simon, Jake 

Louisville 

Ades, I. B. 
Frehling, P. 
Kaufman, Henry L. 
Levine, B. 
Levy, Stuart 
Shapinsky, S. 

Paducah 

Steinfeld, Dr. M. 
Temple Israel Sunday 
School 



LOUISIANA 
St. Francisville 
Teutsch, R. 



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MARYLAND 
Baltimore 

Fox, J. 



Weinberg, F. 
Winer, A. 
Witz, Harry 
Zien, I. 
Zien, M. 



MISSISSIPPI 
Columbus 

Jos. Ilerz Lodge 181, 
I. O. B. B. 



MASSACHUSETTS 

Brockton 

Pride of Brockton Lodge 
573, 1. O. B. A. 

MINNESOTA 

Chisholm 

Chisholm Dry Goods 

Co. 
Groman, S. S. 
Helstein, S. 
Lewis, I. 
Rotman, S. 
Tusin and Liebowitz 
Wain, Sam 



Duluth 
Abrahamson, W. M. 
Altman, J. 
Berdie, E. L. 
Bergstein, L. 
Bernard, S. 
Block, P. 
Bondy, M. W. 
Boznu, Jos. 
Cohen, H. 
Coll, J. E. 
Cook, M. 
Garon Bros. 
Garon, I. G. 
Ginsberg, Sam 
Gold, Sam 
Goldberg, Moses 
Goldstein, Wm. 
Goodman, L. 
Gordon, O. 
Green, G. 
Gross, Dr. Sam. 
Kriss & Rose 
Labowitz, F. 
Latts, C. 
Latts, M. E. 
Latts, R. 
Levine, H. 
Lipkin, S. 
Natelson, S. 
Naymark, D. 
Oreck, Louis 
Ostrov, D. 
Outlet Dept. Store 
Rachlin, M. 
Raihill, D. 
Rose, E. S. 
Seller,- B. 
Shapiro, M. 
Shusterman, S. 
Siden, R. X. 
Sieden, Louis 
Siegel, Jacob D. 
Siegel, J. L. 
Silver, Sam 
Sklarow, M. 
Tulman, L. 

Universal Electric Co. 
Viener, J. 
Vertelney, Sam 



Eveleth 

Ellis, H. 
Goldberg Bros. 
Karlinsky, M. 
Masinter Bros. 
Mesberg, Geo. 
Peck, S. 
Periman, G. H. 
Press, S. 
Rabinowitz, F. 
Shanedling, Isadore 
Siegel, Sam. 
Stein, J. 



Hibbing 

Cohen, J. 
Edelstein, B. H. 
Gram, Harry 
Helstein, Louis 
Lohn, E. 

Markel, H., Estate 
Milkes, L. H. 
Rosen, A. 
Siegel, M. 
Woolfan, E. S. 



Minneapolis 

American Iron & Supply 

Co. 
Braman Shoe Co. 
Green, H. 
Robitshek, Sol. 
Savitt, B. M. 
Segal, Meyer 
Simon, W. 
Weil, H. H. 
Weil, W. B. 
Weinberg, B. 
\\'eiskopt, R. G. 



Virginia 

Baer, M. K. 
Bankman, B. 
Dorfman, S. 
Garon, J. H. 
Gordon,- B. 
Kaner, I. 
Kenner, A. 
Levin, B. D. 
Lippman, H. 
Lippman, Jos. 
Phillips, A. Y. 
Roman, Jos. 
Rutz, J. T. 
Shanedling Henry 
Stulberg & Co. 
Walt, Ben 
Wilk, M. L. 



West Duluth 

Aarons, I. B. 
Harris, David 
Lurye, Abe 
Zack, Dr. M. R. 



Jackson 

Manassah Lodge 202, 
L O. B. B. 



MISSOURI 
St. Louis 

Aber, M. 

Gordon, Mrs. Rose 

Hirsch, B. 

Leah Ladies Lodge 5, 

I. O. B. A. 
Richter, Mr. 
Steiner, Louis 
Woitt, D., & Son 



NEW JERSEY 
Atlantic City 

Levy, Ben 

Elizabeth 

Stein, Chas. 

Paterson 

Gordon, David 

Phillipsburg 

Stone, Max 

Plainfield 

Mintz, Dr. Samuel 

Trenton 
Garb, I. 

NEW YORK 

Buffalo 

Brezen, S. 
Dautsch, Sam 

Elmira 

Berger Lodge 388, I. O. 

B. A. 
Elmira City Lodge 272, 

O. B. A. 
Elmira Max Xordau Lodge 

281, I. O. B. S. 

Gloversville 

Kennedy, Dr. M. 
Sackheim, P. I. 

Herkimer 

Schermer, Miss Frances 



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New York City 

Heavenrich, Mr. and Mrs. 
Julius 

Rochester 
Barth, F. I. 
Present, Emanuel 

NORTH CAROLINA 

Durham 

Ladies' Relief Society 



PENNSYLVANIA 

Allentown 

Hess, Max 
Schiff, Jacob 

Lancaster 
Canter, A. J. 

Lebanon 

Geller, Abe 
Grosky, Jos. 



Spartansburg 

August, H. 
Gants, Rosa 



TEXAS 

Calvert 

Goldman, Sam 

Corsicana 

Goldman, W. 



Greensboro 

Fleisher Bros. 
Susman, Jacob 



New Bern 

Bloch, A. 
Howard, P. 
Sultan, W. H. 
Suskin, M. 



OHIO 

Canton 

Silberstein, S. 

Cincinnati 

Ezekiel, Miss Sallie L 
Lowe, Joseph 
Rosenberg, M. 
Salzer, Mrs Charlotte 

Cleveland 
Sandrowitz Bros. 

Columbus 

Finkelstein, N. 
Mellman & .'^ons 
Silberstein, B. 
Stein, B. 

Hamilton 
Berkowitz, A. 

Youngstown 
Rosenbaum, M. J. 



Philadelphia 

Blank, Mrs. H. 
Lindaur, Jos. 
Liveright, Alex. F. 



Pittsburgh 

Alpern, Jos. 

Pottstown 

Feuerman, S. 
Ziegler, Nathan 

Pottsville 

Duell, Ellis 

Quakertown 

Freeman, Barney 

Shenandoah 

Smith, Aaron 

Steelton 

Gitden, I. 
Robbin, Jos. 

SOUTH CAROLINA 
Charleston 

Bluestone, M. 
Givner, Louis 



VIRGINIA 
Charlottesville 
Neuman, N. 

Danville 

Berman, J. 
Kaplan & Reppi 
Koplin, A. 
Levinson. Dr. B. 
Roman, Dave 



Lynchburg 

Appleman, L. 
Blum, M. 
Sachs, I. 



Norfolk 

Frank. Louis 
Nusbaum's 



Petersburg 
Wise, H. 



WISCONSIN 

Superior 

Aronsohn, Herman ji. 
Averbook, I. 
Holzberg, A. 
Jacobs, R. 
Marcus, C. 



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HARRY B. HIRSH, Chairriian Finance Committee 
407 Mutual Life Building, Philadelphia 



I. the undersigned, being in sympathy with the oljject of 
"The Xatio>ial Farm School'' — the training of the lads in the 
practice and science of agricukure, for agricukural calhngs — do 
hereby agree to subscribe as one of the ^laintainers of the institu- 
tion, the dues of a Life ]\Iember (Sioo.oo), Patron (S25.00), 
Supporter ($5. 00), Friexd (S50.00X. ^Iember ($10.00). 

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Address 



Date. 



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"/ giz'e and bequeath unto The National Farm School, Bucks 

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

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



iFnrm of 9i*uis^ 

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 zuith the appurtenances, in fee simple, and 
all policies of insurance covering said premises, zvhether fire, title 
or otherzcise, free from all faxes.''" 




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Noted Scientists ''7'' Gas Lighting 

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

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

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

See the display of modern gas lights at any of our Philadel- 
phia showrooms. 

The United Gas Improvement Company 

AS PHILADELPHIA LEADS THE WORLD SO 

Hardwick & Magee Co. 

LEAD PHILADELPHIA IN 
THE MANUFACTURE OF 

RUGS and CARPETS 

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

HARDWICK & MAGEE CO. 

Successors to Ivins, Dietz cS. Magee. 



'^^g^^sgs^.^ \\ Retailers of All Standard 



DURABLE AS IRON 



^ Floor Coverings 

1220-1222 Market Street 

VI 



Reliance Gas & Electric 
Fixture Co. 




JAMES A. CARROLL 

1511 Arch Street 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



VII 



COMPLIMENTS 



BROAD ST. and GIRARD AVE. 
PHILADELPHIA 



CHARLES DUFFY, Jr. 

MANAGER 



Wm. H. Hoskins Co. 

Laf^gest Office Supply House 
in Philadelphia 



MANUFACTURING STATIONERS 

ENGRAVERS— PRINTERS 

BUSINESS FURNITURE 



902 to 906 Chestnut Street 
PHILADELPHIA 

VIII 



I The geuting idea | 

m has created a Shoe Store and J 

m a Service that is well-nigh ■ 

m irresistible to the discrimin- 1 

I ating man or woman who | 

■ has once experienced its | 

I benefits. | 

I GEUTING'S I 

1 1308 Chestnut Street | 

I 1230 Market 19 South 11th | 

I Shoes and Stockings for Quick Service Men's Shop m 

H the Family = 



EVERY FOOT PROFESSIONALLY FITTED 
-THREE GEUTING BROS. SUPERVISING 



IX 



llifflh! 



^ 






MEMBER OF 







The Northwestern 
Trust Co. 

RIDGE and COLUMBIA AVENUES 

THE PLACE 

to do your general Banking and deposit your 
savings 

ZYz per cent. Interest on Savings Fund Accounts, and 
2 per cent, subject to Check 

Open Mondays and Fridays until 9 V. M. 

Capital, $150,000 Undivided Profits, $600,000 



X 




Compliments of 

OPPENHEIM.gLLINS&(§ 

Chestnut and 12th Sts 
Philadelphia 




XI 



Staman & Dickey Co* 

Lighting Fixtures 
30 SoutK 16tli Street 



JOHN P. STAMAN 
Treasurer 



1 elephone, Locust 2739 



ABLER 

Exclusive Fashions 



1632 WALNUT STREET 



PHILADELPHIA 



Bell Phone, Spruce 25-66 



The Fur & Millinery Shop 



INCORPORATED 



1423 WALNUT STREET 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

XII 



Couipliments I 



A. T. BAKER & CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

PILE 
FABRICS 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



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illllilllllllllllllillilllliiiliiiiii 

XIII 



GCRMANTOWN 

TRUST 
COMPANY 



BANKING 



SAFE DEPOSIT— TRUSTS— TITLES 
REAL ESTATE 



CAPITAL and SURPLUS, $2,000,000 

CHELTEN and GERMANTOWN AVES., - PHILADELPHIA 

"^here is a local advantage" 



DYNAMOSand MOTORS FIRE and BURGLAR ALARMS 
INSTALLED GENERAL REPAIRING 

BELL PHONE, GTN. 1254 



E 



DWARD A. WIEGAND &, CO. 
LECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 
VERYTHING ELECTRICAL 



5704 GERMANTOWN AVENUE 

PHILADELPHIA 



FRANKLIN YARN MILLS 



J. RANDALL & BRO., Inc. 

Manufacturers of 

WOOLEN and MERINO YARNS 



AMERICAN TEXTILE BANDING CO. 



Manufacturers 
of 



aNCORPORATED) 

AMTEX 



Spinning and Twisting Tapes — Double Loop Bands 
Heavy Cotton Webbing for Light Belting and Harness 

Main Office and Mill : DDIT A f\ri DDI A DA Treasurer's Office 

Belfield Ave. and Wister St., Gtn, rtllLAlltLrnlA, FA. 23 South Second St. 

XIV 



Climax Bathing Suit Co. 

and Alberta Knitting Mills 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

BATHING SUITS and JERSEY CLOTH 

Ne\v Fireproof Building 

22nd STREET and LEHIGH AVE. 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Bergman Knitting Mills 

ESTABLISHED 1877 

Cardigan Jackets 
:: :: Sweaters :: 

Pastorious and Osceola Streets 

GERMANTOWN, PHILADELPHIA 

Demand It On Your Auto 



c4l<zvays ^pfl^' Dependable 




STAYBESTOS MFG. CO. 

5522 Lena Street, Germantown, Philadelphia 
LOUIS FELBER, Prop. AUTOMOBILE NECESSITIES 

SERVICE AND COURTESY OUR AIM 



Felber's Garage 

4813-25 WAYNE AVENUE 

GERMANTOWN ' PHILADELPHIA 

XV 



Compliments of 

ROYAL-ASCOT KNITTING MILL COMPANY 

240 Ashmead Street 

GERMANTOWN 



JOHN DOAK GEORGE E. MAURER 

President General Manager 

ir3a56on IDosiev^ Company, mc. 

MANUFACTURERS 

HIGH-GRADE LADIES' HOSIERY 

346 EAST WALNUT LANE 
GERMANTOWN, PA, U.SA. 

Boston Thread Company 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

All Kinds of Sewing Thread, Spool 
Cotton and Mercerized Thread 

Main Office : ^'*'^ ' 

1735 NORTH RANDOLPH ST. 

15-17 WEST 18th ST. I734 NORTH 5th ST. 
New York City Philadelphia, Pa. 

ESTABLISHED 1853 

James R. Kendrick Co., Inc. 

Manufacturers of 

The MANHATTAN and COMBINATION BELTS 
MANHATTAN HIP REDUCERS. Etc. (Patented) 

Elastic Stockings, Abdominal 
Supporters, Etc. 

346 Sixth Avenue 125 Herman Street, Germantown 

New York Philadelphia 

XVI 



JONATHAN RING & SON 

INCORPORATED 

Hancock and Montgomery Ave. 

Dyers and Finishers of Piece Goods 

We are specially equipped for Fine Ml-Wool end Silk and Wool Mixed Fabrics 

BRIGHT COLORS—SUPERB LUSTER 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

JOS. M. ADAMS COMPANY 

Worsted and Woolen Yarns 

MANAYUNK, PHILADELPHIA 



John E. Hanifen 



J. R. Grundy 



General Textile Machinery Co. 

New and Used Textile Machinery of Every Description 
Spools and Bobbins— Hides and Leather Belting 

OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE 

Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa. 



"THE SUN LIGHTS THE EARTH BOTH PHONES 

AND WE LIGHT THE HOME" 

C. B. HELLER 

Manufacturer of FINE LIGHTING FIXTURES 

OFHCE >nd SALESROOM 

No. 622 ARCH STREET - - PHILADELPHIA 

XVII 




BURPEE'S ANNUAL 

The Leading American Seed Catalog 

W Aflee Burpee Co. 

Seed Growers Philadelphia 



•VER STOP TO CONSIDER WHAT SORT^OF PLACE 
' YOUR CLOTHES ARE IN WHEN YOU^SEND THEM 
TO THE CLEANERS? 

WE WISH TO ASSURE our 
patrons that Sanitary conditions of 
the highest order exist in our plant, 
it has been our special study for 
years; no time or expense were 
spared to develop a Cleaning Estab- 
lishment with all the latest sanitary 
features that can be found in a sim- 
ilar establishment in this country or 
abroad. 

Send us your wearing apparel and house- 
hold goods and rest assured your goods ace 
in the right place. 

A. F. BORNOT BRO. CO. 

French Cleaners and Dyers 

Main Office: 

17th and Fairmount Ave. 

1535 Chestnut Street 5206 Chestnut Street 

1754 N. Broad Street N. E. Cor. 12th and Wahiut Streets 

N. E, Cor. Broad and Snyder Ave. 

Wilmington, Del. Washington, D. C. 

XVIII 




Wampole's 

FORMQLID 

(Antiseptic Solution) 

IS NOT merely a mouth-wash, 
though a most agreeable and 
efficient preparation for such 
use. It is excellent for use inter- 
nally or anywhere about the body 
where a mild antiseptic is desired. 
It is just the thing to use in con- 
nection with cuts, abrasions of the 
skin, etc., where there is a possi- 
bility of infection. 

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. 



XIX 



1 



Quaker City Feed Mills 



23 STYLES 

For Grinding 
Corn and Cob 
Meal, Oats, 
Wheat, and all 
Small Grains 




EITHER SEPARATE or 
MIXED ALFALFA 

THE QUAKER CITY GRINDING MILLS are intended for those 
who desire to do the greatest amount of GRINDING at the least expense. 
Every machine offered to the market has been built solelj^ with the idea 
in view of serving the purpose for which it was designed. FIFTY YEARS 
of manufacturing experience has given us a knowledge of just what mai- 
chine is required to do your work to the best advantage. 

^^^aS^r^^ THE A. W. STRAUB CO. 

3741 Filbert Street Dep't NF Philadelphia, Pa. 



GRIND WHOLE WHEAT 

For Health and Economy. Cut 
down in food bills. Eat real whole 
cereals, not a millers' mixture. 

Manufactured graham flour does not 
usually contain the outer skin of the 
kernel known as bran, because it is 
lost in converting it into flour. The 
bran is an essential to the flour be- 
cause it contains the digestive qualities 
of the grain. To be able to obtain it 
freshly ground adds greatly to its 
nutrition and reduces its 
cost 50 per cent. This can 
be done on the QUx\KER 
CITY MILL. You can 
grind (fine or coarse) 
wheat, corn, rye, peanut 
butter, nuts, vegetables, 
cocoa, spices, etc. 

Price, $6.00, C. 0. D. if desired; fully guaranteed 

A. W. STRAUB COMPANY 




N. S.— 3719 Filbert Street 



Philadelphia, Pa. 



XX 



Thommen's restaurants 

X iicnAimcii ^ and LUNCH-ROOMS 

AN IDEAL LUNCHEOM 



60c 



FOR "BUSY 

•PEOPLE 



Wedding and Birthday Cake Our Fame - us PASTRY 

Large and Small Above All 

1520-22 MARKET STREET 
1700-02 CHESTNUT STREET 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



C.J. w. 



CRANE'S 

ICE CREAM 



is bought when the best is sought 
"^^5i.o?.T^?A^^'^ 2^d below Locust Streets 

FKODUCIS PHILADELPHIA 




"Bell Phone. Filbert 5104 



^am 



are sold only at the McCray Salesrooms 
206 S. Eleventh Street 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
XXI 



LLOYD-GARRETT CO. 

LIGHTING FIXTURES 



Fifteenth and Locust Streets 



Compliments of 

A Friend 



SCHIMMEL ELECTRIC SUPPLY 
COMPANY 

Jobbers of Electrical Supplies 

318 MARKET STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 

The Liverpool and London and 
Globe Insurance Co., L't'd 

OF LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND. 

A Stock Company 

HARRY W. STEPHENSON, Local Manager 

331-337 WALNUT STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

XXII 



Sincere Good Wishes for the 

Success and active continuation 
of your noble work 



from 

BLAUNER'S 

833-35 Market Street 



PHILADELPHIA 



UNION NATIONAL BANK 

PHILADELPHIA 



Capital, Surplus and Uadivided Profits, $1,300,000 
Resources, $22,000,000 



J. S. McCULLOCH, _ - - President 

HENRY F. MITCHELL, - Vice-President 

LOUIS N. SPIELBERGER. Vice-President and Castier 

SAMUEL CAMPBELL. - Assistant Cashier 

O. STUART WHITE, - - Assistant Castier 

FREDERICK FAIRLAMB, - Assistant Cashier 

HENRY B. REINHARDT, - Assistant Cashier 



Prompt and Efficient Service in Handling ^11 "Business 
Entrusted to Our Care 

XXIII 




Geo. B. Ne^vton Coal Co. 

Franklin Bank Building Philadelphia, Pa. 



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i 73 Years Made in Philadelphia 
i Sold Throughout the World 




Fortune Gas Ranges and 

Gas Abater Heaters 

Many of the finer types of modern American homes and institu- 
tions are equipped with NOVELTY &• FORTUNE products as 
representing the nearest approach to maximum efficiency obtainable 

On displat; at our factory shoWroom 

Abram Cox Stove Company 

American and Dauphin Streets - Philadelphia 



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XXIV 



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BELL PHONES : 
Filbert 4924—4925 



KEYSTONE PHONE 
MAIN 1527 



VICTOR V. CLAD CO. 

217 and 219 South 11th Street 
PHILADELPHIA PENNA. 




Manufacturers of 



Kitchen Equipment 

for 

Hospitals, Institutions, Hotels 
and Restaurants 

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Kitchen Equipment of the New Kitchen of 
Farm School was Installed bi) Us 



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XXV 



COMPLIMENTS Oh 



RICHARDSON & BOYNTON CO. 

Established 1837 

1332 ARCH STREET . 
PHILADELPHIA 

[^^ 
Mo'k.ers of 

*Rjchardson Products 

Heating and Cooiiing apparatus 

CHARUES I KENT. LEON ROSENBAUM. ROBERT F. BROWN. 

X JACOB SHANNON &^C0. 




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25- ,■' '-.,- . <^' 





{ 

\ 

•-■• ' - - - ' 

. Ml LL.MIN E. RAILWj«\Y. BUILDERS^AND 

CONTRACTQRS'SUPPLIES,HARDWARE> EQUIPMENT 

1744 MARKET STREET 1744- 
PHILADELPHIA 



XXVI 



ELIAS NUSBAUM & BRO. 
Electrical Contractors 

Among the Leaders for more than 25 Years 

2023 Sansom Street 

THE SAMUEL J. CRESWELL 

= IRON WORKS = 

Oi^namental &f Structural 

IRON and STEEL 
23rd and Cherry Streets, Philadelphia, Pa. 

McArdle & Cooney 

Wrought Pipe and Fittings 

Steam Packings, Valves, Cocks, etc. 
519 Arch Street - - Philadelphia 

Sectional Boilers 

For Heating by 

Steam, Hot Water and Vapor 

LARGE AND SMALL SIZES 
Manufactured by 

THE H. B. SMITH COMPANY 

S. E. Cor. 17th and Arch Philadelphia, Pa. 

XXVII 




KUNKEL'S 

=='the COAL of Hualiti) 

Selected coal from good collieries is the only kind we 
sell and back with our reputation. 

Kunkel's Coal gives more heat and less ash. It is the 
most economical coal you can buy. 

J. E. KUNKEL, TutrJ "t.Z-l Philadelphia 

ESTABLISHED OVER FIFTY YEARS AGO 

Dunbar Automobile Body Co, 

INCORPORATED 

FORMERLY OF FILBERT AT 37th STREET 

CUSTOM MOTOR BODY BUILDERS 

Motor Car Painting, Upholstering:, Top and Seat Covers, Bodies and Tenders Repaired 

40th ST. ABOVE LANCASTER AVE. 

OFFICE ON MOUNT VERNON S TREET 
WEST 80 PRESTON 2782 

TELEPHONE CONNECTION 

GEORGE B. CLOPP 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Iron and Steel Work 

OFFICE AND WORKS 

3717-19-21-23 FILBERT STREET 
PHILADELPHIA, PA, 



HENRY SPECHT. Jr. DANIEL W. SPERRY 

SPECHT & SPERRY 

CONTRACTORS ard BUILDERS 
643 HEED BUILDING 1213-15 FILBERT ST. 

PHILADELPHIA 

Contractors for the Morris Lasher Memorial Halt 

BELL PHONE, WALNUT 3083 
XXVIII 



For pour oWn protection insist on 

^^RAVELING GOODS 

For sale at the better shops 

and department stores 

MARKOVITZ BROTHERS 

jobbers in 

HOSIERY 

& 

UNDERWEAR NOTIONS 

32J-323 MARKET STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Compliments of 

SELTZER BROTHERS 

Compliments of 

M. HABER & CO. 

XXIX 



THE EIGHTH NATIONAL BANK 

Second Street and Girard Avenue, Philadelphia 

Established 1864 

SAVING FUND DEPARTMENT 
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES TO RENT IN VAULTS 

Capital, ... - $ 275,000.00 

Surplus and Undivided Profits (earned), 1,618,000.00 
Total Resources, Over 9,000,000.00 

^'A SUCCESSFUL BANK CONDUCTED BY SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS MEN" 



Bell Phone, Walnut 4028 Keystone Phone. Race 1149 

L B. Orlowitz Plumbing Supply Co. 

MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OF 

Plumbing Supplies for Water, Gas and Steam 

Office and Store, 907 ARCH STREET 

After January 1st, 1921, will be located in new and larger quarters at 

634 ARCH STREET 



BOTH PHONES 

THOS. B. KANE, Mgr. 

Philadelphia BottUng Co. 

KEG BIRCH BEER 

Manufacturer of SOFT DRINKS AND CARBONATED WATERS 

Oflice, 2540 RICHMOND STREET 

2729-31 EDGEMONT ST. FACTORY 2728-30 TILTON ST 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



BELL PHONE. KENSINGTON 200 

WM. CUMMINGS & CO. 

Boilersj Tanks, 
Stacks, Etc. 



2656 SALMON STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 

XXX 



Emanuel Asher & Son 

3nnndB 



1309 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

BELL PHONE, POPLAR 7890-7891 

1619 Pacific Avenue, Atlantic City 



BELL PHONE, 570 



Your Desires Regulate the Cost I 



SERVICE ANT> STABILITY 



Integrity Trust Company 

Fourth and Green Streets, Philadelphia 



GEORGE KESSLER, President 

PHILIP E. GUCKES, Vice-Pres. and Trust Officer 

GEORGE NASS, Jr., Vice-President 

HERMAN WISCHMAN, Secretary and Treasurer 

HARRY C. KESSLER, Asst. Treasurer 

WM. C. BYRNES, Title Manager 

WILLS DRAWN 

and Kept in Safe Deposit Vaults 

WITHOUT CHARGE 

ACTS AS EXECUTOR, 

ADMINISTRATOR, GUARDIAN 

or TRUSTEE 



SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT 

TITLES INSURED and MONEY LOANED ON MORTGAGES 

MORTGAGES FOR SALE 

Capital, Full Paid, $500,000 
Surplus and Undivided Profits, $1,700,000 

XXXI 




Hohlfeld Manufacturing 
Company 

"ECLAT" HAMMOCKS 

COUCH HAMMOCKS 



"Delfeld Quality" Turkish Towels 
and Bath Mats 



Sold by Leading Department Stores 



Allegheny Avenue, Ninth and Tenth Streets 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



XXXII 




Be sure to send for our 1921 Seed Catalogue 

before you buy your seeds, bulbs and 

plants this spring. 

Mailed Free for the Asking 

WM. HENRY MAULE, Inc. 

21st and Arch Streets, Phila., Pa. 




REID'S MILK COOLER 

Get one now. Save the usual sour milk 
losses. Drives out animal odors and grassy 
flavor. By far the most efficient and easily 
cleaned cooler made. Reasonably prompt 
shipment of orders. 

Write for prices nozu Or ask your Dealer. 

A. H. REID CREAMERY AND 
DAIRY SUPPLY CO. 

Sixty-ninth Street and Haverford Avenue 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Disinfectants and Disinfecting Appliances 



Houses Scientifically Fumigated 



We jire Expert/ in T hi/ Line 

WEST DISINFECTING CO., inc 

The largest manufacturers of Disinfectants and Disinfecting Appliances in America 
Main Office and Laboratory, New York 



Philadelphia Office 

Charles Auerbach, Manager 



1303 Race Street 

Both Phones 



Bell, Locust 1018 



Keystone, Race 1567 



Philadelphia Farmers and 
Dairymens Supply Company 

INCORPORATED 

Everything for the Modern Farm and Dairy 

Contractors' Supplies 
Repairs for all Kinds of Machinery 



1916-1918 Market Street 

XXXIII 



Philadelphia 



Telephone, Race 1168 



Arthur B. Coll Peter J. ScuUey 



Bell Phone, 4905-W 



Paper Manufacturers' Supplies 

1205-1207 Kenilworth Street 

PHILADELPHIA 

Nicetown Scrap Iron 
Metal Co. 

William Finkelstein, Prop. 
521-523 W. Glenwood Ave. 

Bell, Kensington 6128 Keystone, Park 1554 
Both Phones 

Matusow Bros. 

Paper and Woolen Manufacturers' 
Supplies 

454-58 North Ninth Street 

Philadelphia 

WOLLMAN & SON 

Paper, Rags, Iron and Metals 

1506 N. Twenty-first Street 

PHILADELPHIA 

Bell Phone, Poplar 4064 

Established 1868 

McTague Morris & Co. 

Wholesale Dealers in 

Rags, Paper Stock, Scrap Metals 

and Rubber 

Warehouses 

1713 Kater St. 1935-37 S. 17th St. 

Keystone Phones: Race 128, Race 2164 



Second-hand Belting, Pulleys and 
Shafting, Scrap Iron and Metals 

2737-39 N. Howard St., 2736-38 N. Hope St. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

HARRY WOLDORF 

Dealer in 

Scrap Iron, Metals, Rubber 
and Rags 

Office, 1740-42-44 N. Second Street 
Yard, 1741-43-45 N. Philip Street 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

HARRY SILVERMAN 

Dealer in 

SCRAP IRON, METALS 
and RUBBER 

1112 Race Street, Philadelphia 



Keystone Phone, Park 816-A 

Residence, 3019 N. Twenty-third St. 

H. Askin & Flinker 

Dealers in 
Rags, Paper, Iron, Metals, Etc. 

2946 N. Twenty-second St. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



J. BENDER 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Rags, Paper, Iron and Metals 

2521 RIDGE AVENUE 
PHILADELPHIA 



XXXIV 



Eastern Iron 

& Metal Co. 

Dealers in 

Scrap Iron, Steel and Metal 

Office and Yard 

2152-54-56 N. Marshall Street 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Represented by HARRY STAVE 

Both Phones Established 1849 

Joseph P. Wilde 

Importer o£ Cheese, Delicacies and 
Fancy Groceries 

Commission Merchant 

825-827 NORTH SECOND ST. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bell Phone, Market 356 

Keystone Phone, Park 191 

Philadelphia Second- 
Hand Pipe Supply 

N. Rathblott, Proprietor 
ALSO FITTINGS 

Office and Yard, 1003 N. Seventh St. 

PHILADELPHIA 

Wm. C. Young 

The Quality Cash 

WHOLESALE GROCERY 
WAREHOUSE 

1211-13-15 N. SECOND STREET 



otto Schlegel 



Edgar P. Schlegel 



V. Nelson Mayhew 



Samuel Frank 



STEWARD & STEVENS 
IRON WORKS 

1712-26 North 9th Street 

Established 1812 Philadelphia 

T. P. Lee's Son Co. 

THE FARM PLACE 

Butter, Eggs, Delicatessen and Fancy 

Groceries 

Country Sausage, Scrapple and Lard 

Baked Beans and Mush in Season 

3003 Ridge Avenue 
Phone, Diamond 985 



Otto Schlegel's Sons 

Manufacturers of 

FURNITURE 

915, 917, 919 Oxford Street 
Established 1871 Philadelphia 



N. COHEN 

WOOD TURNER 

1126-28 N. Orianna Street 
Philadelphia 

Both Phones 

Philip L. Sheerr 

Manufacturer of 

High Grade HAIR CLOTH 

Howard Street, Below Berks 
Plant Under Chemical Supervision 

Girard Smelting and 
Refining Co. 

Manufacturers of Ingot Brass and White 

Metal Alloys 

Refiners of White Metal Drosses, Copper 

Bearing Material 

Richmond and Tioga Sts., Phila., Pa. 

Keystone, Park 4324-D 

SEIFER 

Dealer, in 

New Woolen and Cotton 

1230 North Marshall Street 

Philadelphia 

Bell Phone, Frankford 157 

William B. Koehler 

Wholesale Grower 

POT PLANTS 



1634 Bridge St., Frankford, Phila. 

XXXV 



Established 1871 
Bell, Kensington 651 Keyston, Park 924 

M. M. MOVER & CO. 

FINE BUTTER 

SELECTED EGGS 

1219 Germantown Avenue 



Bell, Market 2814 



Keystone, Park 1168 



Goldner Ice Cream 
Company 

Brown and Franklin Streets 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 
Bell, Diamond 9635 Keystone, Park 239 

C. H. RAUB 

AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING 

OF THE BETTER KIND 

1805 North Nineteenth Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



SPRUCE 505 



RACE 15C9 



Oneida-Philadelphia 
Truck Company 

Distributors of 

ONEIDA MOTOR TRUCKS 

David Krammer, Secretary and Treasurer 

2011 Market Street 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Bell, Lombard 25-64 Keystone, Main 24-98 

Philadelphia Cheese Co. 

Importers and Wholesale Dealers in 

CHEESE, DELICATESSEN 
Dried Fruits and Canned Goods 



108 PINE STREET 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



HEATING ROOFING 

Bell Phone 

Albert F. Kaercher 

Office 
2904-2906 W. Fletcher Street 

PHILADELPHIA 



Safety Guard Appliances 

Sheet Metal Work 



American Art Co. 

Antique Specialties and Artistic 
Wood Turning 

FINE WORK TO ORDER 



803 BROWN STREET 

Philadelphia 

MORRIS OZLEK, Proprietor 
Bell, Diamond 5896 and Tioga 2205 

George H. Kohler 

Real Estate and Insurance 

2249 N. Twenty-ninth Street and 

1307 Tioga Street 
NOTARY PUBLIC PhUadelphia 



Frank Kelly, 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 and Moore Streets 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Telephone Connection 

Cable Address: "COGS" Philadelphia 



Compliments of 

The I-X-L Pump & 

Mfg. Co. 



XXXVI 



Spiral Mailing Tubes Round Cartons 

(S. A. 3. (gentzarlr 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Plain and Fancy Paper Boxes 

S. E. Cor. Twenty-first & Jefferson 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



CHAS. F. HELD 

FURNITURE 
119 North Second Street 

Bell, Diamond 4320 Keystone, Park 4584-A 

The Kruger & Blind Co. 

General Machinists 

ALL MAKES OF ENGINES, ICE 

MACHINES AND PUMPS REPAIRED 

Office and Works 

511-513 Master Street, Phila., Pa. 

Represented by D. H. Kruger, A. Blind 

Treen Box Company 

INC. 

Bottle and Packing Boxes 
Tioga and Memphis Streets 

PHILADELPHIA 



Elmer K. Jarrett 



Orvis K. Jarrett 



Monroe Jarrett Sons 

Manufacturers of 

CIGAR BOXES 

S. W. Cor, Marshall & Oxford Sts. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Walter P. Miller Company 

Incorporated 

PAPER BOXES 

448-450-452 York Avenue 

PHILADELPHIA 

WHY BROS. & CO. 

Manufacturers of 

FINE KNIT GLOVES 

5130 Wakefield St. & 96 Collom St. 

Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa. 



Bell Phone, Market 2534 



Apt, Belber & Rose 

Manufacturers of 

TRUNKS 

809 Buttonwood Street 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Formerly H. Gottlieb & Brothers 



H. Gottlieb 

New and Second-hand Burlap Bags, 
Burlap, Barrel Covers, Etc., Etc. 

307 Cherry Street, Philadelphia 

Phones Philadelphia, Pa. 



KENSINGTON 
HAIR CLOTH CO 

Manufacturers of 

HAIR CLOTH 

Hancock and Somerset Streets 

PHILADELPHIA 



XXX VII 



Compliments of 

Woods & Hooker 

1740 North Front Street 

A. Geissel & Son 

INVENTORS OF THE 

Geissel Patent Touring 
Car Converter 

483-487-489 North Third Street 

Edward Saurer 
Wood Turning 

1126 NORTH ORIANNA ST. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

( ^ ' 

Keystone Phone, Main 3824 

LOUIS PORTER 

Importer and Dealer in 

Horse Hair, Bristles, Horse Tails 
Cattle Switches, Mane Hair 

474 N. THIRD STREET 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

HENRY KRAAN 

Furniture Co. 

Incorporated 
MANUFACTURERS OF 

Dining Room Furniture 

N. E. Cor. Sixth & Master Sts. 



Established 1851 



PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Hensel Colladay 
Company 

Manufacturers 

Dress and Millinery 
TRIMMINGS 

S. E. Cor. Twelfth and Wood Sts. 

PHILADELPHIA 
New York Office, 366 Broadway 

Brownhill & Kramer 

Manufacturers of 

HOSIERY 

East Columbia Ave., Memphis and 
Orange Streets 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Both Phones 

William Meyer 

Packing Box Manufacturer 

Carpenter Work, Shelves and Fixtures a 
Specialty— Jobbing in all its Branches 

206-216 QUARRY STREET 

Corner Bread, Between Second and Third, 

Race and Arch Streets 

PHILADELPHIA 



Bell Phone 



Keystone Phone 



Cramer & Sherr 

Manufacturers of 

TRUNKS, SUIT CASES 
and BAGS 

429-447 Moyer St., Near East Girard Ave. 



Bell Phone, Poplar 2804 

Keystone, Race 4265-4266 



EdwiflJ.SchoettleCo. 

PAPER BOXES and 
MAILING TUBES 



533 N. ELEVENTH STREET 

XXXVIII 



Gustav Soelle 
Pearl ^Button Co. 

Manufacturers of Pearl Buttons 
Especially for the Shirt Trade 

3509-11 N. Randolph Street 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Keystone Phone, Main 3731 

Bell Phone, Market 3723 

Pottash^Brothers 

Dealers in and Manufacturers of 

BURLAP BAGS 

WOLF AND WATER STS. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Joseph Berliner 

METALS 

414-416 WOOD STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 

Bell Phone, Market 13-73 

Keystone Phone, Main 17-25 

William J. Kees 

PACKING BOX 
Manufacturer 

111-13-15-17 N. ORIANNA ST. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Chas. C. Hulin^ 

Manufacturer of 

The 
Perfecto Confections 

925 Locust Street, Philadelphia 
Revised American Candy Maker 



Established 1883 



John Galbraith 

WOODEN BOXES, CRATES 
AND SHOOKS 

619 Commerce St., Phila., Pa. 



Keystone, Park 1513 



Bell, Poplar 1240 



The Progress Paper Box 
Mfg. Co., Inc. 

All Kinds of Paper Boxes 

821-25 N. 13th Street 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Phone 



C. Waldman, C. Richman 



Trio Manufacturing Co. 

Wood Turning and Jobbing 

Mahogany Lamps and Candle 

Sticks 

A SPECIALTY 

614-616 Jefferson St., Phila., Pa. 



John H. Kempf 



Henry C. Kempf 



Manufacturers and Dealers 

Cotton and Woolen Waste 

Shredding a Specialty 

2611-13-15 Coral St. 2619-21 Emerald St, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bell Phone, Kensington 614 

Harry L. Weaver 

DEALER IN 

Old Rope, Bags and Bagging 
Rope Yarn and Metals 

403 RICHMOND STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



XXXIX 



Buildings Dismantled and Ruins of Fires 

Estimates Cheerfully Given 
Bell Phone, Spruce 5698 

Keystone Phone, Race 2272 

WM. J. NEELY 

Scrap Iron, Metals, Engines, Boilers, 

Tanks, Pumps, Etc. 

AUTOMOBILES ANY CONDITION 

618-622 S. 27th Street 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Incandescent Lights a Specialty 

Mail Orders Promptly Attended to 



JOE GROSS H. CARTIN 

Bell, Diamond 1507-J Keystone, Park 160S 

Penii Rag & 
Metal Co. 

COTTON AND WOOLEN RAGS 

Paper Supplies to Manufacturers 

2319-2321 N. Twenty-eighth St. 
PHILADELPHIA 

Keystone Phone, East 294 

Bell Phone Connections 

M. PERELMAN 

DEALER IN 

Scrap Iron, Metals and Machinery 

Yard and Office 

2113-2117 EAST RUS.H ST. 
Philadelphia 



GORNISH BROS. 

Wholesale Dealers in 

SCRAP IRON AND METAL 

Quotations on Carload Lots 

4020 to 4050 Wyalusing Avenue 
Penna. R. R. Siding 

Residence: 425 Lombard St., Phila., Pa. 
Keystone Phcne, Main 38-99 



B. E. BERMAN 



K. BERMAN 



Bell Phone, Poplar 2301 

BERMAN BROS. 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Rags, Paper Stock, Rubber, 

Metal and Scrap Iron 

739-43 North Twenty-fourth St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



James J. Higgins L. A. ChurchvlUe 

Telephone Connections 

J. J. Higgins & Co. 

Manufacturers of and Dealers in 

Cotton and Wool Waste 
and Cotton Ties 

Contractors for Cotton and Woolen Mill 

Waste 

Office and Warehouses 

2644-2652 CORAL STREET 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Frank M. Lameria 

DEALER IN 

RAGS, IRON and METAL 

2127 ORKNEY ST. 

Keystone Phone, Park 5557-A 



Keystone Phone, Park 4482-D 

HARRY RILOFF 

Dealer in 

Cotton and Woolen Rags, Waste, 

Rubber and Metals 

1502 North Tenth Street 

PHILADELPHIA 
Bell Phone, Kensington 1546-D 

S. ROCHLIS 

Ornamental and Architectural 
IRON WORK 

Cellar Doors, Iron Fences, Fire Escapes, 
Window Guards, Etc. 

1518-20 N. Fifth Street 



E. Sendrow & Sons 

DEALERS IN 

SCRAP IRON, METAL, RUB- 
BER AND RAGS 

2131-33 N. Marshall Street 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



XL 



H. Toggweiler 

HEcATERS. %ANGES. 
TjOOFING 

3120 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia 

Bell and Keystone Telephones 

KENSINGTON IRON AND 

METAL CO. 

Iron and Steel Scrap 

Tanks, New and Second-hand Machinery 
Office 

1011 East Susquehanna Ave. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Yards, 1013-19 East Susquehanna Ave. 
808-820 East Wildey Street 
WM. S. HENNING 

Telephones: Walnut 2198, Main 689 

L T. "RILEY 

62Gand622 Pine St,, PhiUdelphU 

Bell, Kens. 4968 Keystone, East 3iS 

Joseph Gubbins 

Dealer in 
Wool, Woolen and Leather 

WASTE 

2130 East Somerset Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

James H. McGurk 

BONDED DRAYMAN 

N. E. Cor. Second Street and 
Columbia Avenue 



Philadelphia, Pa. 



Telephone Connection 

John J* Chaulk Co. 

Vaper Manufacturers' cMaierials 
and Marine SMerchandise 

Old and New Manila Rope and Canvas 

506 and 508 South Delaware Avenue 
Philadelphia, Penna. 



Bell, Kensington 2591 Keystone, Park 361 

The Matusow Mill 
Supply Co. 
Paper and Woolen Manu- 
facturers' Supplies 

ROOFING RAGS OUR SPECIALTY 

1517 Germantown Avenue 

Philadelphia 



John H. Richter 

HEATERS, RANGES and 
SPOUTING 

TIN AND SLAG ROOFING 

3021 West York Street and 2303 N. 

Twenty-eighth Street 

Philadelphia 



Phone, Madison Square 2431 

MORRIS ALBUS 

Manufacturer of 

Juniors' Misses' and 
Ladies' Coats 

501 Wilson Bldg., 1270 Broadway 
New York 

Factory: Gilbert Building, Juniper and 
Cherry Streets, Philadelphia, Pa. 



Phone, 5552 

CHAS. KRET 

Dealer in 

IRON, METAL and PAPER 
1014 Oxford Street 



XLI 



ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 



Philadelphia Storage Batteries 

Fostoria Mazda Lamps 

Universal Electric Heating Devices 

Emeralite Portable Lamps 

Fans and Motors 

Columbian Ignition Dry Cells 

Arnold Washers 

Regina Vacuum Cleaners 

Ever Ready Flash Lights 

Ever Ready Batteries 

Hydrometers 



Storage Plants 
Line Construction 
Repair Work 



CHARLES B. MOYER 

ELECTRICAL 
COJWTRACTOR 

Bell Phone, 169-W Keystone, 19-D 

30 East State Street 
DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



PENNSYLVANIA /i . o n x TU U 

uuiEQim ^^^^^ ^ Peanut Threshers 



Union Feed and Ensilage Cutters 

Manufactured by 

HEEBNER &t SONS 

LANSDALE, PA. 



Bell Phones, Market 4612-4613 
G. G. GEIKLER 



ESTABLISHED 1850 
A. K. GEIKLER 



Keystone Phone, Main 719 
D. G. GEIKLER 



Geikler Brothers 

Wholesale and TK.etail Dealers in 

'Beef, Mutton, Pori(,, Veal and Provisions 

Rolls, Tenderloin, Clods, Pork Loins and a Full Line of Smoked Goods 
Special attention paid to Boats, Hotels, Storekeepers and Institutions 



405-407 N. 2nd Street. 



PKiladelpHia 



MURPHY 



PAINTING" 



A 



John J.Murphy &Co 



1835 LUDLOW ST. 



XLII 



HIGHEST GRADE COAL 
FAULTLESS ICE 

Cheltenham & Jenkintown 

Ice Manufacturing 

Company 

MAIN OFFICE, OGONTZ 

Phone Connection 
Plants: OGONTZ and WYNCOTE 

Telephones: 

Ogontz 226-50J Melrose 1432 



Naman Rosenberger Joel Rosenberger 

OL. ROSENBERGER'S SONS 

Plastering and 
Concreting 

LANSDALE, PA. 

Bell Phone, 339-J 



Bell Phone, 357-w 

Harry J. Worthington 

Dealer in 

Antique 
Furniture 

82 SOUTH MAIN ST. 
Doylestown, Pa. 



Mineral Springs Inn 

Old York Road, at 
WILLOW GROVE, PA. 



An Ideal Place for Motorists 

DINNER PARTIES 

COMMODIOUS SUITES 
with Bath 

JOHN HAGGENBOTHAM 

Proprietor 



W. A. Brecht, President 
Henry L. Freed, Secretary and Treasurer 

TRADE MARK "KRUPP" 

Krupp Foundry Co. 

Manufacturers of 

High Grade Cast Iron Soil Pipe and 

Fittings. Iron Castings for the 

Plumbing Supply Trade 

LANSDALE, PA. 



Bell Phone, Perkasie 49-2 

W.E.SAVACOOL 

Dealer in 

GRAIN, FLOUR, FEED 
and SEEDS 

Country Produce, Etc. 

PERKASIE, PA. 



XLIII 



M. PHILLIPS M. WOLF L. PHILLIPS 

National Hair ClotK Co. 

Manvifacturers of 

HIGH GRADE HAIR CLOTH 

Jasper and Orleans Streets 
BotH Phones PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

W. H. & A. E. Mar^erison Si Co. 
COLUMBIA TOWEL MILLS 



TURKISH WM TOWELS 



Turkish Towels, Wash Cloths and Bath Mats 
JASPER and HUNTINGDON STS. PHILADELPHIA 

KENSINGTON 4663 

MAXWELL GOLDBERGER 

MANUFACTURER 



H 



IGH GRADE 



lAIR CLOTH 

OFFICE: 1116 Frankford Avenue MILL: 1 1 00 Shackamaxon Street 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

BOTH PHONES 

J. TURNER & CO. 

flOanufactuvei's of 1l3atv Clotb 

N. E. Cor. Allegheny Ave. and A Street 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

XLIV 



In Jill (Matters pertaining to 

LIFE INSURANCE 

Consult 

"RUDOLF ROSENHEIMER 

Perm Mutual Life building - S. E. Corner 6th and Walnut Sts. 
ESTABLISHED 1902 

Lo^ue-Stron^e Mf^. Co. 

DESIG^ERS AND MAKERS OF 

LIGHTING FIXTURES 

Office and Showrooms 

221 N. Sixteenth Street, - PHILADELPHIA 

Factory, 222-224 Mole Street 

SMITH, HARDICAN CO. 

Contractors 
Carpenters and 'Builders 

1606 CHERRY STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



PHONFS^ PRESTON 4616-7 
PHONES i ^^g-j, 44Q 



Nagler BrotKers 

Lancaster Ave. and Baring St. 

Sheet Metal WorKers 

PHiladelpHia, Pa. 

XLV 



Pennsylvania Axminster 
Carpet Corporation 

Mills at Philadelphia, Pa. 
MANUFACTURERS OF 

ROYAL AXMINSTER RUGS 

MADISON AXMINSTER RUGS 

HAWTHORNE AXMINSTER RUGS 



Sole Selling Agents 

A. & M. KARAGHEUSIAN 

354 FOURTH AVE., NEW YORK CITY 

CHICAGO SAN FRANCISCO PHILADELPHIA 

Wilton Mills at Freehold, N. J. 



. . . Wic\ . . . 

Adjustable Fancy Hat Bands 

and 

Puggaree Scarfs 



Special Combinations 

of Colorings made for 

Colleges - Schools - Clubs - Etc. 



Wick Narrow Fabric Company 

931 Market Street 

Philadelphia 
XLVI 



Steam & Hot Water Heating Engineers 

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 



PLAIN FANCY 

PAPER DATZ BOXES 

537-41 N. Third Street 

HERBERT B. NEWTON 

MANUFACTURER OF 

TAVESTRY CVRTAINS 

and TJBLE COVERS 

KENSINGTON AVE. and VENANGO ST. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

XLVII 



G. A. BISLER, Inc. 

Paper Boxes 



245-55 N. Sixth Street, 



Philadelphia, Pa. 



NEW YORK FACTORY 

70 Washington Street, - Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Both Phones 



Estimates Furnished 



A. P. FRAIM 

Contractor^ Carpenter and Guilder 

JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO 

319 MARKET STREET PHILADELPHIA. PA. 



MICHELL'S 




MARKETS' 



PHILADELPHIA 
Everything for Lawn, Farm and 
Garden. Get a Catalog. 

MICHELL'S h'o^^ 



CHAS. E. NOBLIT, Pres. JOS. KOHN, Vice-Pres. 

NoblitBros.& Co.Jnc. 

JOBBERS OF 

Cabinet Hardware and 
Upholsterers^ Supplies 

222 S. SECOND ST. 

PHILADELPHIA 

ESTABLISHED 1849 INCORPORATED 1917 



XLVIII 



Genuine PHIL ADELPHIA'lawn Mowers 

1 869 ^^^^ FIFTY-ONE (51) YEARS 1021 
Making the World's STANDARD ^^^ 




Styles "GRAHAM" All Steel and "A" All Steel 



THE ORIGINAL 

THE OLDEST 

THE BEST 

22 Styles Hand Mowers 
5 Styles Horse Mowers 
3 Styles Motor Mowers 

The Most Complete 
and Up-to-date Line 

All Blades Vanadium 
Crucible Steel 



The Philadelphia La^vs^n Mower Company 

31st and CHESTNUT STREETS, Philadelphia, U. S. A. 




PEN-DAR 

Unit System 

Steel Lockers 

The Accepted Standard in 
Steel Locker Construction 



Design No. 500 



Edward Darby Sons 
Company 

412 NORTH 18th STREET 



Philadelphia, Pa. 



XLIX 



*Buick 



We will take your old car in exchange for a new 
Buick. 

If you contemplate purchasing a used car, our 
rebuilt and refinished Buicks leave all elements of 
risk ovit of the transaction — we stand back of all 
Buicks — either new or used. 

EDWARD WILKIE MOTORS 
CO. 

Authorized Exchange Dealer 

917 NORTH BROAD STREET 

Poplar 513 Philadelphia Park 207 



THOMAS BONSALL LeROY BONSALL 

Win. S. Bonsairs Sons 

FURNACES 

RANGES 

ROOF/NG 

Koofiiig, Furnace and Kaiige Supplies 

Light and Heavy Sheet Iron Work 

Ventilating 

REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY 

Bell Phone, Baring 13-22 Keystone. "West 45-49 A 

3824-26 Market Street, - Philadelphia 



Compliments of 



Masover Bros. 

2734 NORTH SECOND ST. 

Compliments of 

DAVID L. SUBIN 

BENJAMIN SUBIN 

ISRAEL SUBIN 

I. BLUMENTHAL 

337 Porter Street 

East End Waste 
Company 

Ellis Keystone 
Agricultural Works 

Pottstown, Pa. 



SOL. LEVY 

Manufacturer of 

FEATHER DUSTERS 



Compliments of 



Chabrow Brothers 



W. F. NICKEL, Jr. 



D. ATLAS 



CAPT. CRAWFORD 



John Price & Co. 
N. Halpert 

714 Sansom Street 

A. Berkman 

6623 Greene Street 

GERMANTOWN 

Powers -Weight man- 
Rosengarten Co. 

CompIimenU of 

A. H. C apian 
Carl S. Gross 



Young, Smyth, 

Field & Co. 



LII 



Compliments of a Friend 
JESSE SHULMAN 

44 East 32nd Street, N. Y. 

B. HOOLEY &L SON 
Silli, Manufacturers 

435-439 N. Broad Street 
BENJ. DEACON 



JOSEPH S. KEENE. Jr. 


A I^'RIEND 


EDW. VARE 


Andreas Meng's Sons 



J. W. Paxson Co. 



SACKS BROTHERS 

1228 CHERRY ST. 

Compliments of Wm. R. Dougherty 

Louis Magaziner Victor Eberhard 

603 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia 

LIII 



Wm. B. Threapleton's 
Sons 

Manufacturers of 

HOSIERY 

N. E. Cor. Howard and Huntingdon 
Streets, Philadelphia 



J. G. Grieb & Sons 

Manufacturers of 

SHOES 

531 MARKET STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 



Established 1817 

Monroe Bros. & Co. 

Wholesale Distributors of 

SHOES and RUBBER 
FOOTWEAR 

49 NORTH THIRD STREET 

Philadelphia 



Young & Keim 

PAPER BOX MANUFAC- 
TURERS 



307 Arch Street, Philadelphia 



Bell Phone, Market 1897 

S. Feldenheimer, J. Bulkin 

S. Feldenheimer & Co. 

Makers of 

COATS, SUITS 
and DRESSES 



121 North Seventh Street 

PHILADELPHIA 



Dumee Son & Co. 

105 and 107 South Third Street 
Philadelphia, Pa., U. S. A. 



G. C. Seidel & Co. 

REAL ESTATE 
and INSURANCE 



-Established 1865 



Incorporated 1914 



N. E. Comer Fourth and Callowhill 
Streets 

PHILADELPHIA 



Bell, Market 2602 



Keystone, Main 3719 



Nathan A . Straussman 

WHOLESALE 
SHOES 

19 North Seventh Street 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Laing, 
Harrar & Chamberlin 



ABSOLUTE 

Hair ClotH 

HAIR WILL NOT WORK OUT 



Geo. S. Cox & Bro., Inc. 

Cambria and Ormes Streets 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Sole Makers of ABSOLUTE 



LIV 




M^DE IN PHILADELPHIA 



POPLAR 7689 



C. WOLF, Proprietor 



"The Chic Shop" 

WOMEN'S APPAREL 

OF EXCLUSIVE STYLES 

DRESSES, COATS, SUITS 
AND SKIRTS 

1528 Columbia Ave., Philadelphia 
Bell Phone, Poplar 501 

m. i. Hang 

1428 COLUMBIA AVENUE 

Ice Cream, Water Ices, 
Fancy Cakes 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Miss Donnelly 

ACCESSORY SHOP 

Up-to-date assortment of larger lines of 
EVENING GOWNS and AFTERNOON 
EROCKS, and many other accessories 
of particular feminine interest, all in 
GOOD TASTE. 

We Have Moved to Larger Quarters 

1533 Columbia Avenue 



Main 3520 

Sole Distributors of the 
"GOLDEN CLUSTER BRANDS" 

A. Linton & Son 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 
619-521 N. SECOND ST. 

PHILADELPHIA 



STOY'S HANDY CAPPER AND 
SPREADER 

FOR CAPPING ALL BOTTLES 

A. r. STOY 

Manufacturer of 

CorKs, Cro-wns, Cappers, 
Mallets, Etc. 

Dealer in Malt and Hops 

1826-28 Frankford Ave., Phila., Pa. 
Bell Phones, Kensington 2594—759 

Enterprise Paper Co. 

Manufacturers and Distributors of 

PAPER and 
PAPER PRODUCTS 

Callowhill at Third Street 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



THE BEST 

Seeds, Plants, Bulbs 

Catalogues Mailed Free 

HENRY A. DREER 



714-716 CHESTNUT STREET 
Philadelphia 



A Friend 



People's Trust Company 

OF PHILADELPHIA 

N.L COR. IZth and ARCH STS. 

We pat; 4% Interest 
On Savings Accounts 

OPEN AN ACCOUNT AND LEARN 
r. TO SAVE 



LV 



CHARLES A. GREEN 

Marwjfactvjrer of 

Complete Fertilizers 

From Hig'H-Grade Materials 

FERTILIZER MATERIALS 

1236-1240 North Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

JOHN MARTIN 

PACKING BOX 

MANUFACTURER 
1436 N. Sixth Street - Philadelphia 

W. V. PANGBORNE & CO. 

ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTING 
ENGINEERS 

1927-29 WEST MONTGOMERY AVENUE 

PHILADELPHIA 
BELL, MARKET 1 1 10 KEYSTONE," PARK 384 

M. YELLIN 

GENERAL 
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER 

712 N. Franklin Street 

PHONE POPIiAR 1136 BUILDINGS DEMOLISHED 

Central House WrecKin^ Co. 

Dealers in All Kinds of Building Materials 

BOUGHT AND SOLD 

LUMBER, MILLWORR, PLUMBING SUPPLIES, PIPES and FITTINGS 
OFFICE FURNITURE, STORE FIXTURES, RESTAURANT FIXTURES 

S. W. Corner 12th and Spring Garden Sts. 

SotK PHones XJ. S. Gov't Inspection 

LOUIS PINCUS MEATS 

^VHOLI:SALE ONLY 

Fresh Tenderloins Always on Hand. Our Own Cured Beef 
Tongues. Sausage Meats for Sausage Makers 

218-220 CALLOW^HILL STREET 
342-346 N. AMERICAN STREET 

LVI 



Brodsky Brothers 
WOOL PULLERS 

and 

HIDE 
DEALERS 

Ontario St. 
Below Richmond St. 



Bell Phone 



Keystone Phone 



Standard Provision 
Company 

212-214 NORTH FRONT ST. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 
ESTABLISHED 1867 

E. D.DOUGLASS 

Manufacturer of 

Wooden Boxes 

PACKING, LOCK CORNER and 
BOTTLE 

437-443 North Fifth Street 
444-446 York Avenue 



PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Frank Palumbo, President 

Tobe E. Cioffoletti, Secretary and Treas. 

The Philadelphia 
Furniture Co., Inc. 

Makers of 

FINE CHINA CLOSETS 

Office, Salesroom and Factory 

1907-11 N SIXTH ST. 

Both Phones Philadelphia, Pa. 



Penn 

Paper and StocK 

Company 

206 North Delaware Avenue 

PHILADELPHIA 

WM. J. McGARITY 

Proprietor 



A. W. Vandegrift President. Nelson M. 

Vandegrift, Vice-President; F. W. 

Hudtwalcker, Sec. and Treas. 

Keystone and Bell Telephones 

Sheip & Vandegrift 

Inc. 

LUMBER AND MILL WORK 
814-832 North Lawrence Street 

PHILADELPHIA 



Poplar, Bass, Chestnut, Oak, Planing, 
Re-Sawing, Moulding 



Lvn 



J. F. MOORE 

Department Store 

MAIN and STATE STREETS 



Best Goods Procurable at Cash 
Prices 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



Joseph Windholz 

PAINTING and 
PAPERHANGING 

PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, ETC. 
Doylestown, Pa. 

Rutherford-Hayman Motor 
Company 

44 PINE STREET 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

REO, PAIGE, OAKLAND 
Motor Cars and Trucks 



W. H. WATSON 

Hatboro Garage 

Agent for the 

OVERLAND 

Accessories and Supplies 

HATBORO, PA. 



J. FINE 

Dealer in 

RAGS, METALS, RUBBER 
OLD IRON 

103 PENN STREET 
Newtown, Pa. 



The House of Quality 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Foreign and Domestic 

FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 

All Kinds of Sea Food, Fancy 

Dressed Poultry 

FRYE & WEIDNER 

Monument Square, Doylestown, Pa. 



Authorized 

rORD 

The Universal Car 

J. J. CONROY 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

George Sommer 

Wholesaler and Retailer in Unsur- 
passed Pasteurized and Clarified 

Milk, Cream, Ice Cream 
Butter and Cheese 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



Compliments of 

RELDA RIBBON MILLS 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



Compliments of 

George 6. McLaughlin 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



LVIII 



Bell Phone 285-w 



Doylestown, Pa. 



Gustave Sanders 

UP-TO-DATE 
Portrait Studio 

Art Shop and Framing House 

Come in and See the Latest Styles in 
Portrait Work 

Cameras, Films, Film Packs and 
Amateur Finishing 



Dr. C. Louis Siegler 

21 North Main Street 
DOYLESTOWN, PA. 
Bell Phone, 67-J 



Jos K. Musselman 

Dry Goods, Trimmings, Lin- 
ingSj Hosiery, Notions 

Ready-made Suits and Cloaks for 
Ladies 

Xo. 16 South Main St. 

Next to Express OflSce 
Bell Phone, 157-J Doylestown, Pa. 

Rubin Krimstock 

PANTALOON MAKER 

15 WEST MAIN STREET 

Doylestown 

f 

ALWAYS TBtE BEST 

SILBERNAN'S 

CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS 
AND FURNISHINGS 

605 and 607 West Avenue 

JENKINTOWN, PA. 



Special Attention to Telephone Orders 

H. R. GEHMAN 

Manufacturer of 

HARNESS 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Collars, Whips, Blankets, Suit 

Cases and Auto Supplies 

of All Kinds 

9 West Court Street 

Doylestown, Pa. 



LOUIS FRANTZ 

TAILOR 
Pressing, Cleaning, Dyeing 

SCOURING and REPAIRING 

47 West State Street 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 
Both Phones 

Michael A. Rufe 

(Formerly Rufe Brothers) 

Plumbing-, Steam, Hot Water 
and Warm Air Heater Work 

General Repairing and Machine Shop 

New Location, Taylor Street 

Between Main and Pine Streets 

Doylestown, Pa. 



Lansdale Foundry Co. 

LANSDALE, PENNA. 

W. H. ZIMMERMAN 
Plumbing 

Steam and Hot "Water Heating' 

Dealer in All Kinds of Pumps, Water 
Wheels, Hydraulic Rams, Etc. 

109 E. Main Street, Lansdale, Pa, 



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Executes Trusts 



Pays Interest on 'Deposits 



Insures Titles 



lurka ^0unty ©rtiBt OInmpang 

Authorized Capital, $250,000 Paid-in Capital, $J25,000 

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, Assistant Secretary. 

DOYLESTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 

When in Doylestown do your trading at Clymer's Department Store 
BUCKS COUNTY'S LARGEST STORE 



R. L. CLYMER 



36, 38 and 40 West State 



BELL PHONE No. 1 



Doylestown, Pa. 



KEYSTONE No. 25 



BELL PHONE 184-A 



EMIL PEITER 

BAKERY and CONFECTIONERY 

Pure Ice Cream J 

Opposite Masonic Hall DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



W. H. SWARTLEY 

Manufacturer of 

CIDER and VINEGAR 

Corner State and West Streets 

P. O. Box 412 DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



Royal Silk Company 

Manufacturers of 

BROAD SILKS 
DOYLESTOWN, - PA. 

JAMES BARRETT 

Dealer in Paints and Oils, Cement, Terra 
Cotta Pipe, Horse Clothing, and a 
Full Line of Hardware, Etc. 

Cor. Main and Ashland, - Doyle»town, Pa 

Oscar Snedeker 

Sweet Peas and Vegetable Plants 

a Specialty 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



Charles H. Shive 

Dealer in 

General Hardware 

MAIN AND STATE STREETS 



Wm. P. Ely & Son 

Dealers in 

Ready-to-Wear Clothing for Men, 
Boys, Children; Gents' Furnish- 
ing Goods, Hats, Caps, 
Boots and Shoes 

Op. P. & R. Depot, ■ Doylestown, Pa. 



Dr. Wesley Massinger 
Uglgrtnanatt 

CHALFANT. PA. 



Sogbstnmu ©ruat Olnmpati^ 



CHARTERED 1895 



Authorized Capital, $250,000.00 
Paid-in Capital, $125,000.00 Surplus, $140,000.00 

Start a Saving Fund Account and Watch it Grow 



Sales 



Overland 



Service 



A. N. HELLYER 

Green Street Garage 

Anything in the Auto Line 

Doylestown, Pa. 



WYNNE JAMES 

Attorney at Law 

Real Estate for Sale or Rent 



By Appointment 
Stephen Girard Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Hart Building, Doylestown, Pa. 



Henry S. Beidler 

Coal, Flour, Grain, Feed, 



Clover Seed, Timothy Seed, 
Fertilizers, Lime, Etc. 

Doylestown, Pa. 



Strand Theatre 

DOYLESTOWN, PA, 

The HOME of the Best 
Photoplays 



QUALITY COAL 

2240 Lbs to Every Ton Every Time 
Ask the People Who Burn It 

Andre, Barndt & Hoffman 

Incorporated 
Doylestown, Pa. 



Thomas Lyons 

Watches, Clocks, Jewelry 
and Sitberware 

REPAIRING A SPECIALTY 
Doylestown, Pa. 

Established 1872 

HISTAND BROS. 

Slate and Tin Roofing 
Spouting 

Erectors of Pure Copper Cable Lightning 

Rods— Write for Free Booklet 

"Laws and Nature of Lightning" 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

Both Phones 

Michael A. Rufe 

(Formerly Rufe Brothers) 

Plumbing, Steam, Hot Water 
and Warm Air Heater Work 

General Repairing and Machine Shop 

New Location, Taylor Street 

Between Main and Pine Streets 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



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Alfred C. Haines 

Plate and Window 
GLASS 



56 NORTH FRONT STREET 

Philadelphia 



Frank H. Stewart 
Electric Co. 

^Jr^fe;^ ELECTRICAL 



Ln^--^ SUPPLIES 

37 and 39 North Seventh Street 
Old Mint BuUding, Philadelphia 



JamesL. Wilson& Co. 

DRY GOODS 
COMMISSION 
MERCHANTS 

239 Chestnut Street, Phila. 



M. Halpern & Son 

Manufacturers of 

COUCH FRAMES 

EASY CHAIRS, OVERSTUFFED 
FRAMES 

MILL WORK A SPECIALTY 

1531 N. Palethorpe Street 

1530-32-34 Hancock Street 

Philadelphia 



Rossell Brothers 

& Co. 

CHAIRS 

255-257 South Third Street 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Landis & Company 

Wholesale Dealers, Importers and Manu- 
facturers' Agents of 

Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums, 
Mattings and House- 
furnishings 

Salesrooms 
45-47 North Third St., Phila., Pa. 



BIBERMAN BROTHERS 

Manufacturers of 

WASH DRESSES 
Fifteenth and Mt. Vernon Sts. 



G. A. Knoblauch 
& Sons 

READING 

TERMINAL 
RESTAURANT 

Compliments of 

The 

Simmons & Struve 

Hosiery Co. 

FRANKFORD 

H. R. BAUER & CO. 

Wholesale Dealers in 

FLOOR, TABLE and STAIR 

OIL CLOTHS, LINOLEUM 

WOOD and WILLOW WARE 

14 North Sixth Street, Phila. 

Bell and Keystone Telephones 



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Keystone Table 

Mfg. Co. 

328-30-32 Noble Street 
458-60 N. Orianna St, Phila., Pa. 



Phone or Write 
Bell, Belmont 6358 Keystone, West 4427-D 

E. SHUSTER 

PAPER DEALER 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

5542-44-46 CHESTNUT ST. 

Residence, 5561 Chestnut St., Philadelphia 

ESTABLISHED 1887 
Bell, Market 1300 Keystone, Main 700 

Jacob Waxman & Co. 

Wholesale Receivers 

FISH, OYSTERS AND CLAMS 

221 Callowhill Street 

PHILADELPHIA 
Hotels and Restaurants Supplied 



Brown & Son 

BARREL DEALERS 

720 New Market Street 



In Every Good Delicatessen 
Store ARE TONGUES 
that 
Speak for us. 

Bernard Pincus 



222 North Delaware Avenue 



Bell Phone Keystone Phone, Park 1484 

ffl. Znssman & Sons 

EVERYTHING IN 

Lumber and Millwork 

Office, 876 North Fifth Street 

Yard, 506 Poplar Street 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

BeU, Market 2522 Keystone, Park 1507 

S. Specter & Co. 

Paper Manufacturers' 
Supplies 

1706 NORTH SECOND STREET 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Compliments of 

H. FORMAN 

4945 N. Tenth St. 



Bell, Diamond 2469 



Diamond 6224 



Jos. Albert & Sons 

DEALERS IN 

PAPER STOCK, SCRAP IRON, 
RAGS AND METALS 

1806-1808 N. Twenty-fifth St. 

Residence, 2507 Ridge Ave. 

(5c and 10c Store) 

PHILADELPHIA 



Bell Phone, Walnut 3170 



Kaltkman 



Manufacturer of High Grade 

PLAIN AND FANCY 
PAPER BOXES 

253-255 North Twelfth Street 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



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Bell Telephone, Frankford 53 



Brentmore Knitting Mills 

MANUFACTURERS OF HIGH-GRADE 

Full Fashioned 
HOSIERY 



New York Office 
ROOM 1006 FIFTH AVENUE BUILDING J and OlltBI'lo StfCetS 

Twenty-third Street and Fifth Avenue 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

GUSTAVE H. SCHIFF 
Sole Representative 



Jos. R. Foster & Sons 

DYERS and 
FINISHERS 

SECOND, CLEARFIELD and LIPPINCOTT STS. 
PHILADELPHIA 



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Qlltaa. 3. 3ti\n ^ €n. 

3nrorporalp& 

LUMBER & MILL WORK 



MAIN OFFICE 



J^pld York Road and Butler Street Old York RoaCl aild Butlcr StrCCt 

PHILADELPHIA 



WHARF 

Pier 42 North Delaware Avenue 



SOUTHERN MILLS, Newbern, N. C. 



C. H. Howell 6i Co. 



INCORPORATED 



TAINT, COLOn 
and VARNISH MJKERS 

212-14-16 Race Street, - Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A. 

Established 1876 




think 
^ of ' 




Compliments of 

Rose Manufacturing Co. 

Philadelphia 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

FRANK & SEDER CO. 

ELEVENTH and MARKET STS. 

Philadelphia's 

Popular Price 

Appareling Store 

FOR 

WOMEN, MISSES, BOYS 
and CHILDREN 



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LOOPERS 
LOOPER CUTTERS 

and 

SEAMERS 



John W. Hepworth 
& Co. 

Northwest Corner Lehigh Avenue 
and Mascher Street 

PHILADELPHIA 

RJXi KARBURETOR 



Will Save 



25% to 40% of Your COJlL 
Write for Information 

Fred'k Sabin & Co., Inc. 

HOWARD MILLER, President 

237-39-41 Bread St., Phila, Pa. 

HEATING, ALL KINDS 
We do it Right and Guarantee it 



GARFIELD MILLS 

John Watt's Sons Co. 

Manufacturers of 

TURKISH TOWELS and 
WASH CLOTHS 

Second and Huntingdon Sts. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Established 1868 

John M. SGhwehm's Sons 

Manufacturers of 

HAIR CLOTH and SILK 
UPHOLSTERY GOODS 

13 to 15 Wister Street, Below 
Germantown Avenue 

Telephone Connection P. O. Station "G" 

Germantown, Philadelphia 



The William H. Lorimer's Sons Co. 

Ontario and Lawrence Streets 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 
Manufacturers of 

MERCERIZED COTTON YARN 
Peerless Silk Dyeing Co. 

SKEIN SILK and 
HOSIERY DYERS 



1845 East Willard Street 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



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Germantown Auto Parts Co. 

L. GORDON, Proprietor 

2346-2348 N. EIGHTH ST. 

PHILADELPHIA 

Bell Phone, Diamond 8150 

Residence: 1840 N. Natrona St. 
Bell Phone, Diamond 1910-W 

Have You Tried 
Garrett E. Brownback's 

FAMOUS 

GOLDEN BUTTER 

FARMERS' MARKET, Eighteenth Street 

and Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. 

W. S. BEATTY, Manager 

Telephone Connections 

Atlantic City, 107 New YorK Avenue 



Compliments of 

PHoenix SKeet Metal 
Stamping Co. 

2823-25-27 West Fletcher St. 



Bell, Walnut 1294 Keystone, Race 4347 

The Ace Metal Co. 

716-18 South Eleventh Street 

PHILADELPHIA 



Bell Phone, Diamond 2524-W 

William W. Sites 

ELECTRIFIER 
2918 West Fletcher Street 



LET US ESTIMATE 



Jas. S. McCauley J. Irvine Crummer 

Established 1857 

J. & W. McCauley 

Vacliing 'Box 
Manufacturer 

963-971 FRANKFORD AVENUE 
Philadelphia 

Established 1861 Telephone Connection 

J. B. Shoemaker's Sons 

Wholesale Dealers in 

PACKING BOXES 

Hogsheads, Casks, Barrels and 

Crates 

Oifice, Factory and Warehouse 
Cor. Front and East Clearfield Sts. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

BEF ORE YOU BUILD CALL US 

Plans and Estimates Furnished, Jobbing 
and Alterations 

Bell Phones, Tioga 2338, Tioga 3111 

H. P. Werner & Co. 

Contractors and "Builders 

3243-45 Germantown Ave. 

Residence: 3419 Old York Road 
Philadelphia 



Foley Brothers 

DEALERS IN 

SLACK AND TIGHT 
BARRELS 

716-718 N. MARSHALL ST. 

Philadelphia 



Chas. Shaw & Son 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 
Mistletoe Canned Goods 



Philadelphia 

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2310-2312 N. EIGHTH STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Henry Schmidt & Bro. 

Inc. 

PAPER BOXES 

328 Vine Street 
Philadelphia 

Bell, Market 1328 Keystone, Main 675 



Geo. W. Plumly Company 

Manufacturers of 

DRUGGISTS' BOXES 
213-217 North Fourth Street 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



H. S. Donaldson 
& Sons 

Makers of 

PAPER BOXES 
145 West Columbia Avenue 

PHILADELPHIA 



W. H. Deisroth Co. 

Inc. 

'BOXES 

Candy Boxes Our Specialty 
713-715 Spring Garden Street 



JOHN H. STEVENSON Both Phones 

Standard Packing Box 
Co. 

Manufacturers of 

The kind of BOXES you Want 
When you Want them 

1605-1607 N. FRONT STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



C. H. SPROWLES 

Taper Box 
Manufacturer 

Frankford Ave. and Ruan St. 

FRANKFORD, PHILADELPHIA 



LXVIII 



Incorporated 1902 



Conlinental Dye Works 

T. A. HARRIS COMPANY 

151 W. Thompson Street 



Works: Hancock, Mascher and 
Thompson Sts., Philadelphia 

All Colors Dyed on Wool and Cotton Yarns, 
Hosiery, Jersey Cloth and Eiderdown 
Athletic Sweater and Cardigan Yams 

BLEACHING OF HOSIERY AND 
KNIT GOODS 



Have you looked over our 
line of 

DINING ROOM 

TABLES? 

If Not— Why Not 
GIVE US A CALL 

Philadelphia Table Co., Inc. 

1609-11-13-15 N. Fifth Street 

PHILADELPHIA 



Fred. Pearson & Co. 

(INC.) 

Office: 1011 Chestnut Street 
PHILADELPHIA 

Manufacturers of 

PLUSH 

For Every Purpose 



Joseph P. McCann James J. McCann 

Patrick McCann's 
Sons 

Dealers in 

COTTON, WOOLEN and 
WORSTED YARNS 

AND ALL GRADES OF MILL WASTES 

1731 Tilghman Street 

Near Second and Columbia Avenue 
Bell Phone, Kensington 291 

James McAleer 

Dealer in 

YARN and 
WASTE 

158-168 West York Street 

2330 North Second Street 

PHILADELPHIA 



Weimar Brothers 

Manufacturers of 

TAPES, BINDINGS and 
NARROW FABRICS 

2046-48 AMBER STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



Lxrx 



Pip 



ALL SIZES— NEW 
C & SECOND HAND 



FOR ALL PURPOSES 

Furnished with new threads and couplingi; 
or cut to specifications. 

FITTINGS, VALVES, Etc. 

We have modern equipment and are pre- 
pared to make prompt shipments. 

James F. Griffith 

412-424 Meyer Street 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Keystone Phone, Main 5511-A 

Bell Phone, Market 5177 

I. Litvinsky 

Wholesale Dealer in 

PAPER STOCK 

RAGS AND IRON 

231 North Fifth Street 

PHILADELPHIA 



Hafleigh Rendering 
Company 

p. 0. ADDRESS STATION E, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

TALLOW RENDERERS 

Poultry and Hog Feeds 

Fertilizers 



Allegheny Iron and 
Metal Co. 

DEALERS IN 

IRON AND STEEL SCRAP 

Yard and Office: 

Second and Clearfield Streets 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



T. C. Krewson 

Manufacturer cf 

LADDERS 

Rolling Ladders, Extension Lad- 
ders, Sectional Ladders, Swinging 
Stages, Jacks and Hods. 

801 and 803 Master Street 

Bell Phone PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



J. F. POTTER, President; A. S. MARKS, 

Vice-President; BERTMOND LAR- 

ZELERE, Treasurer and Secretary 



Artesian Well Drillers 

Ridpath & Potter Co. 

Twenty-second and Clearfield 
Streets 

PHILADELPHIA 



LXX 



EXPORT 



IMPORT 



Daniel I. Murphy 

Paper ^and] Woolen' 
' [Manufacturers' Supplies^^ 

234-236 N. Front Street^ 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



NEW YORK OFFICE: 132 NASSAU ST. 



Bell Phone, Walnut 6885 
Keystone Phone, Race 685 



A. F. MuUin Co. 

Paper and Woolen 
Mill Supplies 

1221-1223 Bainbridge St. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Bell: Market 12-34 Keystone: Main 10-68 

LENHART PAPER 
STOCK COMPANY 

236 N. Delaware Ave. 

PHILADELPHIA 



Warehouses: 231 North Water St.; 236 N. 
Delaware Ave. 



ESTABLISHED 1857 

Ellwood Allen 
Lumber Co. 

Saw and Planing Mills 

Building Lumber, White Pine, 

Hardwood, Beaver Board, 

Sash Doors, Shutters, Frames, 

Moulding, Glass, etc. 

Trenton Ave. & Ann St. 

PHILADELPHIA 



Bell Phone, Tioga 59-93 

Keystone Phone, North 1-01 



John Warner 

Hardwoods and Building 

Lumber 

1707 Hunting Park Ave. 

Philadelphia 



Compliments of 

DuBois Lumber 
Company 

Manufacturer and Wholesaler 

CAMDEN, N. J. 



LXXI 



Established 1885 

IGNATIUS HAAZ 

Manufacturer of 

Sample BooKs 

PHono^rapK IVecord 
Albums 

404-412 BROWN STREET 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Market 1403 Telephones Park 477 

Bell Phone, Wyoming 1035 

Thomas M.Keeley 

CONTRACTOR and 
BUILDER 

4411 Germantown Avenue 

PHILADELPHIA 

Jobbing Promptly Attended to 
BOTH PHONES 

IK. lKr^tttt2 

Wholesale Dealer in 

MACHINERY, BOILERS, 
ENGINES, SCRAP IRON 
and METALS 
DROSSES, Etc. 

3923-25-27 North Fifth Street 

Philadelphia 



Established 1866 



Incorporated 1899 



Artman Treichler 
Company 

Manufacturers' Agents 
Wholesale Dealers and Importers 

Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Lino- 
leums, Oil Cloths, 
Wood and Willow Ware 

Warehouse: York Ave. and Willow Street 
Office and Salesrooms. 626 Arch Street 
PHILADELPHIA 

Keystone, Park 362 Bell, Kensington 5136 

Miller & Greenstein 

Successors to SAMUEL MILLER 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 

X. W. Corner Girard Avenue and 
Howard Street 

PHILADELPHIA 



Fairmounl Foundry Co, 

OLNEY, PHILA., PA. 

GRAY IRON 
CASTINGS 

M. B. Thaleg 

Paper Box Manufacturer 
2218-2220 Race Street 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



LXXTI 



sow 



QUAKER 

BRAND 

Clover and Timothy 

Seed 

OVER 99y2^c PURE 
THE 

Hastings SMcintosli Truss Co. 

Manufacturers of All Kinds of 
Hard Rubber, Leather Covered and Elastic 

TRUSSES 

Sole Makers of the Celebrated 

Dr. Mcintosh Natural Uterine Supporter 

For Home and Export Trade 

Abdominal and Uterine Supporters 

Shoulder Braces, Crutches, Elastic Hosiery 

and Body Belts 

912 Walnut St., Phila., U. S. A. 



^'ABOVE ALL" 

Bold Cigar 
10c. 

Phone, Park 890 

LEO LIEBER 

Originator of 

Crimped 

CHocolates 

854 N. EIGHTH STREET 
Philadelphia 




Bell Telephone 

WM. H. PEARCE & CO. 

Manufacturers of 
Pearce Improved Heat Distributor for 

GAS RANGES 

52 South Second Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 



Phone, Walnut 6683 Toric Lenses 

SEE SPEARE TO SEE RIGHT 

Speare Optical Co. 

Optometrists and Opticians 

Kryptok Invisible Bifocals 
S. E. Cor. Tenth and Arch Sts. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Compliments of 



Haverford Cycle Co. 



503 Market Street 



Robert L Lallmer & Co. 

Mill, Mine, Elevator, Conveyor and 

Power Transmission Machinery 

and Supplies 

24 and 26 North Front Street 

PHILADELPHIA 



Ezra Levinson 

Wrapping Paper, Envelopes 
Paper Bags, Twine, Etc. 

26 SOUTH FIFTH STREET 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Bell and Keystone Phones 



DIM-A-LITE 

f^^ Turns electric light up or down- 
^^ just like gas. 

.-;-li»x 5 changes of light from one lamp. 
jjil Saves 30% to 80 '^^ current. 
^ 4 fits any electric light socket. 

WIRT COMPANY 

PHILADELPHIA, PENNA. 



LXXIII 



^!>U^£^ Hotel Hanover 

ArcK and Twelfth Streets. PHILADELPHIA 

EUROPEAN PLAN 

Rooms Without Bath, $2.00 per day and up Rooms With Bath, $2.50 per day and up 

THE MOST ATTRACTIVE CAFE IN CITY 

Table d'Hote Dinner, 75c. (From 13 to 8 P. M.) 
Special Table d'Hote, $1.25 (From 12 to 2 P. M.) 

"A HANOVER SPECIALTY" 

Shore Dinner, 85c. to $1.50 (Served From 12 Noon until Closing) 

EXCELLENT CUISINE FAULTLESS SERVICE 

CLAUDE M. MOHR, Manager 



El Producto 

CIGARS 

FOR REAL ENJOYMENT 

Xldl ESTABLISHED OVER 100 YEARS 1920 

Oscar A. Fow & Son 

MEATS 

Stalls 839 to 845, Reading Terminal Market 

Arch Sireei Front 
Telephone Connection PHILADELPHIA 

FOR CLEAN AMUSEMENT 

Social Welfare, Scientific Recreation and 
Health Building 

''Billiards and Bowling Fill the Bill'' 

The Brunswick Balke Collender Co. 

1002 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Manufacturers of 
BILLIARD TABLES, BOWLING ALLEYS, PHONOGRAPHS, AUTO TIRES 

LXXIV 



International Harvester Co. of America 

International Motor Trucks 
Oil Tractors Engines 

Farm Implements Wagons 

216-20 N. 23rcl Street, - Philadelphia 



JAMES CARNWATH, President ROBERT CARNWATH. S=c. and Treas. 

Pennsylvania Box and Lumber Co, 

Packing' Boxes, Box Shooks 
and Lapping' Boards 

613 and 615 Cherry Street - 603 and 610 Quarry Street 

PHILAT>ELVHIA 

MORE FRUIT 

from your trees if you keep them free from San Jose Scale, Aphis, White Fly, Etc., 

by spraying -w^ith 

Good's ^^T^fsT Fish Oil Soap No. 3 

Without injury to trees or plants aids healthy growth. 

FREE — Our valuable book on Tree and Plant Diseases. W^rite today. 

Carbolic Soaps, Dog Soap, Pine Tar, Powdered Rosin, Disinfectants, Etc.^ 

JAMES GOOD 

2111-15 E. Susquehauna Ave., PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Established 1868 Guaranteed under Pure Food and Drugs Act 

BELL PHONE KEYSTONE PHONE 

Port Richmond 
Scrap Iron and Metal Co. 

Dealers in' 

IRON, ste:i:l and metal scrap 

"We Dismantle y\nytHing 

ME:MPHIS and WESTMORELAND STREETS 

PHILADELPHIA 

LXXV 



rSixth National Bank 

N. W. Cor. Second and Pine Sts. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

DANIEL BAIRD, President WILLIAM SALTER, Cashier. 

NORMAN C. IVES, Vice-President WILLIAM F. GUSHING, Jr., Asst. Cashier 

JAMES C. SUTTON, 2nd Vice-President A. WALTER LUKENS, Assistant Cashier. 

NEW YORK, 345-347 Broadway BOSTON, 67 Chauncey Street 

CHICAGO, 715 Royal Insurance Building 

CATLIN Ca COMPANY 
YARNS 

235 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia 
COPS, SKEINS, CONES, TUBES AND WARPS 

THE THOMAS W. PRICi: COMPANY 

Paper^ Cardboard^ En!i>etopes 

Printers' Specialties 

503-505 LUDLOW STREET PHILADELPHIA, PENNA. 

Correspondence Solicited 

The Reyburn Manufacturing Co. 

Paper 
Specialties 

Tags : Tickets : Labels 

ALLEGHENY AVE. and TWENTY-THIRD STREET 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



International Printing 

Company . . General Printers 

236 CHESTNUT STREET 
PHILADELPHIA, PENNA. 

LXXVI 




BERGER BROTHERS COMPANY 

TINNERS' HARDWARE 
and ROOFERS' SUPPLIES 

237 Arch Street .... Philadelphia 



NATIONAL CASKET COMPANY 

Representing the "Best in the Industry 

—BRANCHES IN ALL PRINCIPAL CITIES 

OSWALD LEVER CO. 

(INC.) 
Manufacturers of 

TEXTILE MACHINERY 

Thirteenth and Cumberland Streets, Philadelphia, Pa. 

PEARSON'S 

MEATS AND POULTRY 

—"A Square Deal to All"— 
That's What Makes Us Popular 
Try Our Way For Your Weigh 

Phone Germantown 4241 

5830 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia 

PHONE, GERMANTOWN 1314 

J. Scott Cleaver 

FANCY CREAMERY BUTTER 
SELECTED COUNTRY EGGS FRESH KILLED POULTRY 

5627 Germantown Avenue Germantown 

LXXVII 



Capital and Profits $700,000.00 



Deposits $4,800,000.00 



The Atlantic Safe Deposit and Trust Company 

of Atlantic City, New Jersey 

We Invite Your Inspection of Our Banking Facilities 

OFFICERS 

JOSEPH THOMPSON, M. D. YOUNGMAN, Vice-President 

President and Trust Officer SILAS SHOEMAKER, 



LEWIS EVANS, Vice-President 



DIRECTORS 



Joseph Thompson 
Lewis Evans 
M. D. Youngman 
James T. Bew 
E. V. Corson 



William B. Loudenslager 
J. L. Baier 
Daniel W. Myers 
Isaac Bacharach 
Charles E. Schroeder 



Secretary and Treasurer 



J. Estell Evans 
James H. Mason, Jr. 
Silas Shoemaker 
W. E. Shackelford 
G. Arthur Bolte 



WILLIAM GORDON 

Meats^ Provisions 

1226-28 Atlantic Avenue - Atlantic City, N.J. 

ROYAL PALACE HOTEL 

Cottages and Casino on the Beach 
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. 



C. L. HANSTEIN, Pres. 



Open ^U Year 



L. J. WATROUS, Sec-Mgr. 



STEEL PIER 

Atlantic City 

OPEN ALL YEAR 



POTH BOYS 



C. A. ASHER 



FRANK BUCK 



HENRY SHEIP 



NEW YORK 

40 WHITE STREET 



CHICAGO 

412 SO. WELLS STREET 



PHILADELPHIA 

LEHIGH AVE. &. HOWARD ST. 



Ward-Davidson Company 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

TURKISH TOWELS, BATH RUGS, 

ROBING AND TERRY 

NOVELTIES 

PHILADELPHIA 

LXXVIII 




FRANK I. WINTZ 




Contractor^ 
Carpenter 
and *Builder 



1618 NORTH 27TH STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 

POPLAR 5200 PyiRK 633 



SHEET METAL WORK 

ROBERT C. WILLIAMS 

HEATERS, RANGES 
ROOEING and SKYLIGHTS 

1913 COLUMBIA AVENUE PHILADELPHIA 



Frank Pettit Ornamental Iron Works 

Manufacturers of High Grade Iron Work. Builders' 
iron, Stairs, Railings, Etc. Wrought Iron Gates and 
Fencing, Pipe Work of All Kinds — Bent and Plain, 
Forgings and Special Iron Work. = = . = 

805-7-9 MASTER ST., - PHILADELPHIA 

Kensington 6652 Park 35 



LXXIX 



Harris Knitting Mills 

LEE S. HARRIS & SONS 
KNIT WOOL GLOVES 



Germantown, Philadelphia 



Andrew Burton Co. 

Cotton, Woolen, Worsted and 
Hosiery Dyers 

PENN ST. and BELFIELD AVE. 

Germantown, Philadelphia 
Bell Phone, Manayunk 78 

Simister Mills Co. 

Reworked Wool, Carbonizing, 

Pickering, and Carding 

Camel Hair Stock 

MANAYUNK, PHILADELPHIA, PA. 
H. Feldman 

Hoffman-Corr Mfg. Co. 

Ask Your Dealer and Insist on Having 
Your Awnings Made From 

Hoffman Gold Medal Brand 

Awning Stripes 

Largest Rope and Twine House in the 

World, Contractors to the Government 

312 Market Street, Philadelphia 
150 Duane Street, New York 



N. Cramer & Sons 

CLOAKS AND SUITS 

Mulford Bldg., Broad and Wallace 
Streets, Philadelphia 



New York Oflace, Oppenheim Collins Bids., 
33 West Thirty-fourth Street 



Bell Phone, Wyoming 1883 

Blattberg Bros. & Co. 

BEDDING AND FURNITURE 

4751 and 4806 North Broad Street 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bell Phone, Market 2939 

Samuel S. Kershbaum 

WOOLENS, COTTON GOODS 
AND SILKS 

628 Arch Street, Philadelphia 



William Scholes Chas. H. Segal 

Established 1885 
GOTHIC MILLS 

THE SCHOLES-SEGAL CO. 

Successors to William Scholes & Co. 
Manufacturers and Jobbers of 

FLOOR COVERING 
3 Bank Street, Philadelphia 



Ferguson Carpet Co. 

Stenton Ave. and Rockland St. 
Wayne Junction 

PHILADELPHIA 



ARMY AND NAVY 

STORE COMPANY 

MILITARY GOODS 
225 MARKET STREET 



xxc 



Edmund Halley 

That Mild Havana 
Cigar 



Boyertown Burial 
Casket Co. 

Bronze, Metallic, Hardwood and 

Cloth-Covered Caskets, Robes 

and Linings 

Philadelphia, Pa. Boyertown, Pa. 

New York, N. Y. 

Bell Phone, Lombard 126 

Weiner & Poliner 

Manufacturers of 
Men's, Youths' and Children's 

CLOTHING 



416 Market St. 



411 Ludlow St. 



Phones: Belmont 6995; West 25 

S. Margolis 

Dealer in 

COAL AND ICE 



Office and Yard 

Forty-eighth and Parkside Avenue 

PHILADELPHIA 

Agent for RUSSWIN Hardware 
Russell & Erwin Manufacturing Co. 

Adolph Soetfin^ 
& Company 

Hardware 

833 Arch Street, Philadelphia 



F, ^rechfs Sons 

CIGAR BOX 
Manufacturers 

109-113 North Orianna Street 

PHILADELPHIA 

HARRY R. RUST 

Manufacturer of 

Interior Hardware Fittings, Office 

and Store Work 

Fine Furniture, Wood Mantels 

Steam Saw Mill 

724 and 726 Ludlow Street 

41 North Hutchinson Street 

19 South Eighth Street 

New York Show Room 

1270 Broadway, Room 410 

Phone, Madison Square 7823 

ALEX. E. BASS 
Manufacturing Co. 

Makers of 
CHILDREN'S DRESSES 

Office and Factory, Philadelphia, Pa. 



M. & J. B. McHugh 

Contractors 

892 Markoe Street 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

JUNGMANN'S 

BEEF, WINE AND IRON 

50c. FULL PINTS 
NONE BETTER 

Jungmann's Drug Store 

Fourth and Noble Streets 



XXCI 



Hensel Silk Mfg. Co. 

Manufacturers of 

TRIMMINGS 

1011 to 1015 DIAMOND STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 

T. P. McCUTCHEON & BRO. 

INC. 

MANUFACTURERS 

Men's Neckwear and Reefers 

Main Office, Eleventh and Arch Streets 
PHILADELPHIA 

JOHN BLOOD & CO. 

{Incorporated') 
MANUFACTURERS OF 

HOSIERY 

7th and Somerset Streets 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

BOTH PHONES 

North American Button Mfg. Co. 

INC. 
Manufacturers of 

IVORY BUTTONS 

HOWARD and PALMER STREETS 

PHILADELPHIA 
XXCII 



Ballinger & Perrot 

Architects, Engineers 
and Constructors 

Institutional, Commercial and Industrial Buildings, Industrial 
Housing, Power Plants and Mechanical Equipment 

Philadelphia NeW York City 



BELL PHONE. DIAMOND 4394 KEYSTONE PHONE, PARK 4910-A 

ELEOTKIC FIXTURES and APPLIANCES 

CHARLES W. KESTER 

Electrical Contractor 

Office, 3038 West York Street, - - Philadelphia, Pa. 

Residence, 2440 North 32nd Street 

Bell Phone, Diamond 65-07 J 
BELL PHONE 

J. Boos Dairies 

1504 1506 N. 25th St. 
HIGH-GRADE MILK and CREAM 

special MilK for Infants and Invalids 
Try it and be convinced 

Railway and Contractors' Equipment Structural Iron 

New and Second-Hand Machinery Wrought Iron Washers 

BENRY A. HITNER'S SONS CO. 

Iron, Steel and Metals 

Huntingdon Street and Aramingo Avenue 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

XXCIII 



PHILADELPHIA'S 

BEST BREAD 

Freihofer's 



William H. Ward 

Artistic Wall Decorations 
Paper Hangings, Painting 

S. E. Cor. Fifteenth and Oxford 
Streets, Philadelphia 

Bell Phone, Poplar 1147 



BANK AND OFFICE PARTITIONS 

JOHN E. SJOSTROM CO. 

Incorporated 

CABINET MAKERS 

1719 N. Tenth St., Philadelphia 



IF YOU COME TO TIOGA, SEE 
THE-MAN-ON-THE-SPOT 




Charles W. Rueter 

Everything in Real Estate 
1703 W. Tioga Street, Phila., Pa. 



ANCRE CHEESE 



With the Genuine Roquefort Flavor 



P. E. SHARPLESS CO. 



Charles A. Sadler R. E. Sadler 

Established 1868 

Member of Phila. Real Estate Board, Inc., 

Penna., 1908 

William Sadler's Sons 

Successors to William Sadler 

Real Estate Brokers, Insurance 

Houses Bought, Sold and Rented 
Care of Estates a Specialty 

1526 Columbia Ave., Philadelphia 

Bell Phones, Diamond 65 and 66 

Keystone Phone, Park 451 

Berg's Hotel Supply 

Meats and Poultry of Quality- 
Hotels, Restaurants and Institutions 
Supplied 
BEST SERVICE LOWEST PRICES 

1702 Dauphin Street 

Philadelphia 



Conkling- Armstrong 
Terra Cotta Co. 

Manufacturers of 

Architectural Terra Cotta Work 

PHILADELPHIA 

Telephone Office, Nicetown, Philadelphia 



Charles Gross 

PASTEURIZED 

MILK AND CREAM 
2123 Westmoreland Street, Phila. 



XXCIV 



Factory: Burlington, Iowa 

MISSISSIPPI PEARL 

BUTTON COMPANY 

Salesroom, 1017 Arch Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

P. LAUBER 



ROMAN 

AUTOMOBILE CO. 
231 North Broad Street 



Before You Order See 

FINNEY & SON 

Founded" 1850 
MONUMENTS 

Twelfth & Spring Garden Sts. 

Philadelphia 

Reasonable Prices, Modern Plans, Con- 
venient to All Cemeteries 

Edward Towill 

Wholesale 

ROSE GROWER 

ROSLYN, PA. 



W. Bodek Co. 

HOSIERY 

53-55 North Third Street 
Philadelphia 



Philadelphia 

Manufacturers' Mutual 

Fire Insurance Company 

Commercial Trust Building 

Philadelphia 
EDWIN I. ATLEE, President 



Bell Phone, Filbert 29-49, 29-50 
Keystone Phone, Main 38-35, 38-36 

H. D. REESE 

Dealer in the Finest Quality of 

Beef, Veal, Mutton, Lamb and 

Smoked Meats 

1203 Filbert Street 

Philadelphia 



Howe Addressing 

and 

Printing Company 



Direct Publicity Service 

704 Chestnut Street 
HOWE BUILDING 



J* Sellers Pennock 

Sanitary Plumbing 

and Heating 

1220 LOCUST STREET 

Harry Linsk& Company 



40 NORTH SIXTH STREET 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



XXCV 



Columbia Avenue Trust Company 

BROAD AND COLUMBIA AVENUE 

Capital Paid in $400,000.00 

Surplus and Undivided Profits (earned) - 600,000.00 

PATRONAGE SOLICITED 

SYL. A. LEITH, President WM. ALLEN, Vice-President 

WM. A. CARLILE, Secretary and Treasurer 



When Dissatisfied With Your Work 
Try 

Forrest Laundry 

1221-23-25 Columbia Ave. 

LACE CURTAINS and FLOOR LINENS A SPECIALTY 

BOTH PHONES 

_ , - [ MEATS 1 „ ^ ., 

AA'Holesale \ ir^ t \ Ketail 

I Poultry J 

Sostmann's Beef Fat 

(Gxiaranteed P\are) 
SHIPPED TO ANY PART of the \VORLD 

li^l South Street Philadelphia, Pa. 

1711 Am 1 147- 1 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 

EjleCtnCal WOrR mSTALlEDand 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 

1303 Columbia Ave. 4443 Germantown Ave. 

PHILADELPHIA 

XXCVI 



THE TENTH NATIONAL BANK 

1641-43-45 NORTH BROAD STREET 



We Solicit Your Account 



Saving Fund Department Open Friday Evenings, 7 to 9 P.M. 



VAULT DEPARTMENT 



JOHN F. BAUDER, President EDWARD A. MURPHY, Vice-President 

HERBERT L. SHAFFER, Cashier JOHN C. LUDLAM, Ass't Cashier 



AT'OUR assurance of prompt delivery and courteous 
service, in addition to the perfect way we launder 
your linens, makes this laundry worth your serious 
consideration. 

NEPTUNE LAUNDRY 

15th and COLUMBIA AVE. 
PHILADELPHIA 



yj Fit That Suits A Suit That Fits 

H. CITRON 

Young cMens Clothes 

1419 W. COLUMBIA AVENUE 

eixolusive: styles 

PHONE. DIAMOND 7-27 ESTABLISHED 1900 

B. FRANKLIN WALDRON 



ITnterior 2)ecorations 



Wall Papers Window Shades Picture Mouldings Hardwood Floors 
Custom Grills Drapery Materials Interior Painting 

1537 COLUMBIA AVENUE PHILADELPHIA 

XXCVII 



% 



Retail Sales 
Service and Repairs 

BUICK MOTOR 
COMPANY 

PHILADELPHIA BRANCH: 

N. W. Corner 
Broad and Poplar Streets 



George H. Rapson 

CONVEYANCER 

and 

REJL ESTATE BROKER 



51 NORTH SIXTH STREET 
Philadelphia 



Cressmans 

Counsellor 

CIGA% 
Jlllen 9?. Cressmans Sons 



Erik Jansson & Co. 

CABINET MAKERS 

BANK and 

OFFICE PARTITIONS 

857 East Girard Avenue 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



I. T. SCHICK & SON 



3240 Chestnut Street 



PHiladelpHia 




The Silk Stockings 
that Wear 



LEHIGH SILK HOSIERY MILLS, 

Inc. 



New York Philadelphia 

XXCVIII 



Norristown 



For Your 
Children's Sake 



You have planned to give them advantages, 
education, help over the rough spots of life — but 
have you realized that the dominant factor in form- 
ing your child's character is the home! 

Perhaps some have taken too much for 
granted — ^perhaps we have even slighted home com- 
fort to finance the future schooling. 

Environment during the youngster's days is 
shaping the man. The home atmosphere is whole- 
some, of course; but is it made cheerful by electric 
lighting? Is the light adequate so as not to strain 
the young eyes? Has the mother freedom from 
household duties that she can give the companion- 
ship and care she should to her little one? 

Today electric service in the home means the 
desirable environment and freedom from household 
drudgery and decided economy as well. 



The Philadelphia Electric Company 

TENTH AND CHESTNUT STREETS