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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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Stieglitz. See Halle and Stieglitz.

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

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

Stix, Mrs. Charles, St. Louis, Mo., gives $1000 to the Selma Michael Kindergarten and Nursery Building, St. Louis.

Strasburger, S. L., Son, and Company, New York City, give $1000 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Straus, Isidor, New York City, gives $10,000 to the Endowment Fund of the Educational Alliance, New York.

Straus, L., and Sons, New York City, give $5000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Straus, Levi, and Company, San Francisco, Cal., give $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Straus. See also Abraham and Straus.

Strawbridge and Clothier, Philadelphia, Pa., give $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Sulzberger, Cyrus L., New York, gives $500 to Congregation Mickvfi Israel, of Philadelphia, Pa., in memory of his father.

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

BEQUESTS AND GIFTS 215 Sulzberger. See also Schwarzschild and Sulzberger.

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

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

Swift and Company, Chicago, 111., give $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Teller, David, Philadelphia, Pa., bequeaths $250 to the Jewish Hospital Association, $250 to the Jewish Foster Home and Orphan Asylum, $100 to the Young Women's Union, $1000 to Congregation Rodeph Shalom, and $100 to the Masonic Home, all of Philadelphia.

Teller, Jennie S., Philadelphia, Pa., gives $50,000 to the Rodeph Shalom Congregation, Philadelphia, in execution of the wishes of her late husband, Benjamin F. Teller, expressed in a will inoperative under the laws of the State of Pennsylvania.

Thalman. See Ladenburg, Thalman, and Company.

Thomas, George C, Philadelphia, Pa., gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

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

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

Uhlfelder, S., New York City, gives $500 to the Metropolitan Hospital and Dispensary, New York.

Uhlman, Frederick, New York City, bequeaths $5000 to Mount Sinai Hospital, New York.

United Cigar Manufacturers, The, New York City, give $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

United Hebrew Community, The, New York City, appropriates $500 for the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

United States Express Company, The, New York City, gives $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

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

Valentine, M., New York City, gives $500 to the Beth Israel Hospital, New York.

Veith. See Oppenheimer Brothers and Veith.

Walckoff, New York City, gives $1500 to Beth Israel Hospital, New York.

216 AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK Waller, Robert, Jr., New York City, gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Walter, Emanuel, San Francisco, Cal., bequeaths his collection of paintings and other works of art to the Park Museum of San Francisco, together with $50,000 as a fund for the care and maintenance of the Emanuel Walter Art Collection; and $25,000 to the Jewish, and $5000 to the non-sectarian charities of the city; 6000 marks to the poor of Reckendorf, Bavaria, and $25,000 to Jewish charitable corporations in New York.

Walter, Herman, San Francisco, Cal., gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Walters. See Bernheimer and Walters.

Wanamaker, John, Philadelphia, Pa., gives $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Warburg, Felix M., New York City, gives $5000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres; $500 to the Endowment Fund of the National Farm School, Doylestown, Pa.; $1000 to the Building Fund of the Sanitarium for Hebrew Children at Rockaway Park, and $2000 to the proposed Seaside Hospital of the New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor, and is one of four contributors to a fund of $600,000 for the advancement of science in Hamburg, Germany.

Warburg, Paul M., 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.

Wasserman 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.

Wasserman, E., New York City, gives $500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.





Weil, Raphael, San Francisco, Cal., gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

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

Weinberg, Mrs. Augusta, Denver, Colo., bequeaths $500 to the National Jewish Hospital for Consumptives, $500 to the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society, $2000 to the Congregation Beth ha-Midrash Hagodol, $500 to Temple Emanuel, and $100 to the Jewish Ladies' Aid Society, all of Denver.

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

BEQUESTS AND GIFTS

Weis, Julius, New Orleans, La., gives $500 to the Endowment Fund of the National Farm School, Doylestown, Pa.

Wells, Fargo, and Company's Express, San Francisco, Cal., gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Wertheim, H. P., New York City, gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

West Side Auxiliary, The, Chicago, 111., gives $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Western National Bank, The, Baltimore, Md., gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Wise Brothers, New York City, give $500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Wolf Brothers, Philadelphia, Pa., give $2000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

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

Wolf and Company, Philadelphia, Pa., give $500 to the General, Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Wolfe, Adolph, Portland, Ore., gives $1000 to the Council of Jewish Women, Portland Section, and $1000 to the Neighborhood House, Portland, conditional on the raising of a $10,000 fund.

Wolfe. See also Lipman, Wolfe, and Company.

Wolff, Lewis S., New York City, gives $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.

Wolff. See also Einstein and Wolff; and Heidelberg, Wolff, and Company.

World, The, New York City, gives $5000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

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

Wormser, Isidor, Jr., New York City, gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Wormser, Isidor, Sr., New York City, gives $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.

Young Men's Independent Association, The, New York City, appropriates $500 for the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

218 AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK [The Fund collected for the Relief of the Sufferers by the Russian outrages of October-November, 1905, amounted to $1,285,298.72. This sum was contributed by the Jews and others of the following 832 cities and towns of the United States (besides 12 in Canada, 2 In Mexico, and 1 In South America), according to the lists of the General Committee of the Fund. Doubtless a number of other towns participated In the fund, but their contributions were incorporated with those of neighboring large cities, for which reason their names do not appear In the list.] ALABAMA : Albertville, Annlston, Bessemer, Birmingham, Decatur, Demopolls, Dothan, Eufaula, Gadsden, Gainesville, Gantt's Quarry, Greensboro, Huntsvllle, Livingston, Mobile, Montgomery, Selma, Sheffield, Talladega, Troy, Tuscaloosa, Uniontown, West Blocton.

ARIZONA : Clifton, Douglas, Phoenix. Tucson.

ARKANSAS : Brinkley, Camden, Fort Smith, Fulton, Helena, Hot Springs, Jonesboro, Little Rock, Pine Bluff, Texarkana.

CALIFORNIA : Bakersfield, Chlco, El Rio, Fresno, Los Angeles, Marysville, Modesto, Monterey, Oakland, Oxnard, Pasadena, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, Stouffer, Ventura.

COLORADO : Boulder, Colorado Springs, Cripple Creek, Demlngs, Denver, Leadvllle, Pueblo, Rocky Mountain Region, Trinidad, West Colfax.

CONNECTICUT : Ansonla, Bridgeport, Bristol, Cornwall, Danbury, Derby, Hartford, Huntlngton, London, Meriden, New Britain, New Canaan, New Haven, New London, New Mllford, Norwich, Redding, Sangatuck, Stamford, South Norwalk, Uncasville, Wallingford, Waterbury, Wethersfleld.

DELAWARE : Seaford, Wilmington.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Washington.

FLORIDA : Fernandina, Jacksonville, Key West, Leesburg, Milton, Pensacola, Sanford, Tallahassee, Tampa, Yba City.

GEORGIA : Albany, Athens, Atlanta, Augusta, Brunswick, Columbus, Cordele, Eastman, Eatontown, Macon, Rome, Savannah, Tlfton, West Point.

IDAHO : Boise.

ILLINOIS : Batavia, Bloomlngton, Cairo, Chicago, Clinton, Danville, Elgin, Galesburg, Geneva, Mattoon, Peorla and neighboring towns, Piano, Pontiac, Rock Island, St. Charles, South Chicago, Springfield, Tobica, Urbana.

INDIAN TERRITORY : Ada, Ardmore, Coalgate, Crusher, Hartahorne, Lehlgh, Marietta, Muskagee, Olney.

INDIANA : Anderson, Attica, Columbia City, Elkhart, Evansville, Fort Wayne, Goshen, Indianapolis, Kokomo, La Fayette, Laporte, Llgonler, Logansport, Madison, Marion, Michigan City, Mount Vernon, Muncle, Peru, Richmond. South Bend. Summitvllle. Terre Haute, Veedersburg, Vlnarnees, Wabash, Warsaw, Whiting, Wilberton.

IOWA : Burlington, Cedar Rapids, Centerville, Clorlnda, Council Bluffs, Davenport, Des Molnes, Dubuque, Glenwood, Hamilton, Keokuk, Marshalltown, MIddletown, Muscatine, Ottumwa, Sioux City, Waterloo.

KANSAS : Atchison, Cawker City, Leavenworth, Newton, Plttsburg, Pleasonton, Salvia, Topeka, Wichita.

KENTUCKY : Ashland, Danville, Frankfort, Harrodsburg, Henderson, Hopklnsvllle, Lexington, Louisville, Marlon, MaysvlHe, Owensboro, Paducah, Shelbyvllle.

LOUISIANA : Abbeville, Alexandria, Baton Rouge, Bayou Sara, Bernlce, Bernvllle, Berwick, Bradford, Crowley, Donaldsonvllle, Lake Charles, Many, Monroe, Natchitoches, New Iberia, New Orleans, Plaquemlne, St.

Joseph, Shreveport, Waterproof.

BEQUESTS AND GIFTS 219 MAINE : Bangor, Bar Harbor, Biddeford, Houlton, Lewiston, Portland, Rock land.

MARYLAND : Baltimore, Cumberland, Frostburg, Hagerstown.

MASSACHUSETTS : Andover, Bondville, Boston, Brockton, Brookhaven, Cambridge, Clinton, Dalton, East Northfleld, Basthampton, Pall River, Fitcbburg, Gardner, Gloucester, Groton, Haverhill, Holyoke, Lawrence, Lowell, Lynn, New Bedford, Newburyport, North Adams, Northampton, Plttsfield. Plymouth, Roslindale, Salem, Somerville, South Bridge, Springfield, Vicksburg, Ware, Williamstown, Worcester.

MICHIGAN : Allegan, Alpena, Battle Creek, Bay City, Benton Harbor, Bergland, Calumet, Crystal Falls, Detroit, Elk Rapids, Freeland, Grand Marais, Grand Rapids, Hancock, Harrietta, Houghton, Iron Mountain, Ironwood, Kalamazoo, Lakevlew, Manistee, Manistique, Marcellus, Marie, Marquette, Muskegon, Niles, Omer, Saginaw, Tower, Ypsilanti.

MINNESOTA : Chlsholm, Duluth, Eveleth, Faribault, Hibblng, Hubbard, Mankato, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Virginia, Winona.

MISSOURI : Cartervllle, Clinton. Carthage, Hannibal, Joplin, Kansas City, Louisiana, Mexico, St. Joseph, St. Louis.

M I S S I S S I P P I : Brookhaven, Canton, Corinth, Columbus, Deeson, Fitchburg, Greenville, Greenwood, Gunnison, Indianola, Jackson, Lucedale, Meridian, Natchez, Newton, Port Gibson, Rolling Fork, Starkvllle, West Point, Woodville, Yazoo City.

MONTANA : Butte, Great Falls, Helena, Missoula.

NEBRASKA : Fremont, Grand Island, Lincoln, McCook, Nebraska City, Omaha, Plattsmouth, South Omaha, Tremont.

NEVADA: Gold Hill, Goldfleld.

NEW HAMPSHIRE : Berlin, Claremont, Concord, Manchester, Nashua, Portsmouth.

NEW JERSEY : Arlington, Asbury Park, Atlantic City, Bayonne, Belvedere, Bloomfield, Butler, Brldgeton, Caldwell, Camden, Carmel, Carteret, East Orange, Elizabeth, Englewood, Freehold, Greenville, Hackensack. Harrison, Hoboken, Jersey City, Keyport, Lakewood, Long Branch, Millville, Montclair, Morristown, Newark, New Brunswick, Norma, Orange, Palisade, Passaic, Paterson, Perth Amboy, Plainfield, Point Pleasant, Princeton, Red Bank, Ridgefield Park, Riverdale, Rockaway, Rosenhayn, Seabright, Somerville, South Amboy, South Orange, Summit, Trenton, Tuckerton, Union Hill, Vineland, Weehauken, Woodbine.

NEW MEXICO : Albuquerque, Deming, Las Vegas, Magdalena, Roswell, Santa F6.



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