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«STATISTICS 127 JEWISH STATISTICS The statistics of Jews in the world rest largely upon estimates. In Russia, Austria-Hungary, Germany, and a few ...»

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Gail, G. W., Baltimore, Md., bequeaths $500 to the following institutions: Hebrew Hospital and Asylum Association, Hebrew Benevolent Society, and Hebrew Orphan Asylum, all of Baltimore.

Geisenberger, Moses, Lancaster, Pa., bequeaths $500 to the Jewish Hospital Association, Philadelphia, Pa.

Gerstley, Louis and William, Philadelphia, Pa., give $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Gimbel Brothers, Philadelphia, Pa., give $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres, and $1000 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Glasier, S. W., New York City, gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

196 AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK Glazier, Isaac, Frankfort-on-the-Main, formerly of New York, bequeaths $2500 to each of the following institutions: Mount Sinai Hospital, Hebrew Technical Institute, Montefiore Home for Chronic Invalids, Hebrew Benevolent and Orphan Society, Home for Aged and Infirm Hebrews, and Educational Alliance; $1500 to charitable institutions in San Francisco;

$5000 to institutions in Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany; and $5000 to a Jewish congregation in Pilsen, Bohemia. After the death of his wife, the interest of a fund of $100,000 becomes available for the assistance of poor Jews.

Glazier. See also Herzog and Glazier.

Goetz, James, Cincinnati, O., bequeaths $250 to the Jewish Orphan

Asylum, Cleveland, O.; and $100 to each of the following:

Knights of Pythias Home, Springfield, O.; the Home for Jewish Aged and Infirm, the Jewish Hospital, and the United Jewish Charities, all of Cincinnati, O.; and $50 to the Children's Home, Cincinnati, O.

Gold, M., New York City, gives $1000 to the Beth Israel Hospital, New York, for a perpetual bed.

Goldberg, Rachel, New York, bequeaths $1000 to the Montefiore Home for Chronic Invalids, New York.

Goldenberg Brothers and Company, New York City, give $1000 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Goldenberg, S., New York City, gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Goldman, Henry, New York City, gives $2000 to the proposed Seaside Hospital of the New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor.

Goldman, Mrs. Henry, New York City, gives $5000 to the East Side Free School for Crippled Children, New York.

Goldman, J. D., St. Louis, Mo., gives $600 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Goldman, L. H., Denver, Colo., gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Goldman, Sachs, and Company, New York City, give $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres, and $2500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Goldschmidt, H. P., and Company, New York City, give $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres, and $1000 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

BEQUESTS AND GIFTS 197 Goldstein, Robert, St. Louis, Mo., bequeaths $2000 to the Jewish Charitable and Educational Union of St. Louis, and $5000 to the Jewish Orphan Asylum, Cleveland, O.

Goldstein, Samuel, San Francisco, Cal., bequeaths $500 to the Mount Zion Hospital, San Francisco.

Goldstein, William, St. Louis, Mo., bequeaths $500 to the Jewish Charitable and Educational Union of St. Louis.

Goodhart, Philip J. and Albert E., New York City, give $1000 to the Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, O., in memory of their father.

Goodhart, Philip J., and Company, New York City, give $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres, and $1500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Goodrich, Henry I., Chicago, 111., gives $1000 to the Michael Reese Hospital, to endow a bed.

Gorham Company, The, New York City, gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Gotthold and Company, New York City, give $500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Gottlieb, L., New York City, gives $500 to the Metropolitan Hospital and Dispensary, New York.

Gottschalk, Joseph, Baltimore, Md., gives $2500 to the Hebrew Hospital and Asylum Association, Baltimore, for a memorial room for his parents.

Grabfelder, S., Philadelphia, Pa., gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Greenbaum, Emanuel, Baltimore, Md., bequeaths $500 to each of the following: Hebrew Orphan Asylum, Hebrew Hospital and Asylum Association, Hebrew Benevolent Society, Charity Organization Society, and Oheb Shalom Congregation, all of Baltimore.

Greenhut, J. B., New York City, gives $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Greenhut, Mrs. J. B., New York City, provides the furniture for the new building of the Sanitarium for Hebrew Children at Rockaway Park, and equips a ward of fifty beds in the Hospital of the Sisters of St. Francis, New York.

Grossman and Sielcken, New York City, give $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Guckenheimer, A., and Brother, Pittsburg, Pa., give $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

198 AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK Guggenheim, Mrs. Benjamin, New York City, gives $10,000 to the Emanu-El Sisterhood for a Jewish country home for mothers and sick children.





Guggenheim, Daniel, New York City, gives $1000 to the Jewish Territorial Organization, London, England, and $500 to the Building Fund of the Sanitarium for Hebrew Children at Rockaway Park.

Guggenheim, Isaac, New York City, gives $20,000 to the Sydenham Hospital, New York, toward its running expenses, and promises $250,000 for a new building, provided the hospital will, within a reasonable time, make its sources of income equal to its expenses (December 17, 1905).

Guggenheim's, M., Sons, New York City, give $5000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres, $50,000 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco, and $5000 to the Sydenham Hospital, New York, in memory of M.

Guggenheim.

Guggenheim, M. and W., New York, give $2000 to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Guggenheim, Murray, New York City, gives $25,000 to the General Endowment Fund of the Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, and $20,000 to the Scholarship Fund of the Training School for Nurses connected with the Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, and $1000 to the proposed Seaside Hospital of the New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor.

Guggenheim, Simon, Denver, Colo., gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres, and $10,000 (in addition to $75,000 previously given) to the Colorado School of Mines.

Guggenheimer, Randolph, New York City, gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Guthman, Hattie G., Chicago, 111., gives $3000 to the Michael Reese Hospital to endow a room in memory of Sigmund Guthman.

Haas, Caiman, New York City, gives $1000 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Halff, Meyer, San Antonio, Texas, bequeaths $500 to Congregation Montefiore, San Antonio; $500 to the Jewish Cemetery Society, San Antonio; $500 to the Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, O., and $1000 to the Association for the Relief of Jewish Widows and Orphans, New Orleans, La.

Halff, Mrs. M., San Antonio, Texas, gives $500 to the Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, Ohio.

BEQUESTS AND GIFTS 199 Halle and Stieglitz, New York City, give $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres, and $1000 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Hallgarten, Charles L., New York City, gives $500 to the Building Fund of the Sanitarium for Hebrew Children at Rockaway Park.

Hallgarten and Company, New York City, give $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres, and $1100 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Hamburger, Philip, Pittsburg, Pa., gives $500 to the Endowment Fund of the National Farm School, Doylestown, Pa.

Harkness, E. S., New York City, gives $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Harris, Joseph, Chicago, 111., gives $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Hart, Harry, Chicago, 111., gives $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Hearn, James A., and Son, New York City, give $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Heavenrich, Simon, Detroit, Mich., bequeaths $500 to the Jewish Orphan Asylum, and $200 to the Sir Moses Montefiore Kesher Home for the Aged, both of Cleveland, O., and $200 to the Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, O.

Heidelbach, Nathan, Cincinnati, O., bequeaths $100 to the Jewish Home for Aged and Infirm, $150 to the United Jewish Charities, $150 to the Jewish Hospital, all of Cincinnati, and $100 to the Jewish Orphan Asylum, Cleveland, O.

Heidelbach, Ickelbacher, and Company, New York City, give $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Heidelberg, Wolff, and Company, New York City, give $500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Heineman, Mrs. M., New York City, gives $1000 to the East Side Free School for Crippled Children, New York.

Heinsheimer, Mrs. D., New York City, gives $500 to the Building Fund of the Sanitarium for Hebrew Children at Rockaway Park.

Heinsheimer, Louis A., New York City, gives $5000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres, and $500 to the Building Fund of the Sanitarium for Hebrew Children at Rockaway Park.

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H e l l m a n, Isaias W. ( San Francisco, Cal., gives $1000 t o t h e Mount Zion Hospital, S a n Francisco, a n d $500 t o t h e General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Hendricks Brothers, New York City, give $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres, and $1000 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Hendricks, Miss Eleanor, New York City, gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Herman, Ferdinand, New York City, gives $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Herman and Lichten, New York City, give $500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Hermann, Aukman, and Company, New York City, give $1000 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Hernsheimer. See Hiebel, Hernsheimer, and Company.

Herrman, Mrs. Esther, New York City, gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Herrmann, Nathan, New York City, gives $5000 to Beth Israel Hospital, New York, and $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Herzfeld and Stern, New York City, give $500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Herzog and Glazier, New York City, give $1000 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Herzstein, Morris, San Francisco, Cal., gives a tract of land at Monterey, near Pacific Grove, California, to the University of California, for the purposes of biologic research.

Hiebel, Hernsheimer, and Company, New York City, give $500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Hoffman, Joseph, Philadelphia, Pa., gives $500 to the Liquidation Fund of Keneseth Israel Temple, Philadelphia.

Holfl, M., New York City, gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Huyler, John S., New York City, gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Hyman, David M., New York City, gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Hyman, H. W., San Francisco, Cal., bequeaths $1000 to the Mount Zion Hospital, San Francisco.

Importers' and Traders' National Bank, The, New York City, gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

BEQUESTS AND GIFTS 201 Incarnation, The Church of the, New York City, gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Independent Order Brith Abraham, The, appropriates $1000 for the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Independent Order Free Sons of Israel, The, appropriates $1000 for the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Independent Order Free Sons of Israel, The, District Grand Lodge, No. 2, appropriates $525 for the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Independent Order of B'nai B'rith, The, District Grand Lodge, No.

1, appropriates $1500 for the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Independent Order of B'nai B'rith, The Executive Committee of the, appropriates $1000 for the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Inquirer, The, Philadelphia, Pa., gives $1500 to the Mount Sinai Hospital, Philadelphia.

Isaac Elchanan Benevolent Lodge, The, New York City, appropriates $500 for the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Jarmulosky, S., New York City, gives $1000 to Beth Israel Hospital, New York.

Kahn, L. and M., and Company, New York City, give $1000 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Kahn, Otto H., New York City, gives $5000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres, and $500 to the Building Fund of fie Sanitarium for Hebrew Children at Rockaway Park.

Kahn, W. B., Cincinnati, O., bequeaths $250 to the Jewish Hospital, $250 to the Jewish Home for the Aged and Infirm, $150 to the United Jewish Charities, $150 to Plum Street Temple, $100 to the Hebrew Union College, $100 to the Children's Home, $100 to the Associated Charities, and $100 to the Salvation Army, all of Cincinnati; $100 to the National Jewish Hospital for Consumptives, Denver, Col., and $1000 to the Jewish Orphan Asylum, Cleveland, O.

Karberg. See Arnhold, Karberg, and Company.

Katzenstein, Rose E., Chicago, 111., bequeaths $500 to the Congregation Adath Jeshurun, and $500 to the Jewish Foster Home and Orphan Asylum, Philadelphia, Pa.

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