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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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Armour, J. Ogden, Chicago, 111., gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

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

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

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

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

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

Asiel 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.

Aukman. See Hermann, Aukman, and Company.

Bache, J. S., and Company, New York City, give $2500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco; and $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Bachman, Max, McKeesport, Pa., bequeaths $500 to the J. M.

Gusky Orphanage and Home of Western Pennsylvania, Pittsburg, Pa.; $500 to the McKeesport Hospital, and $200 to the Hebrew Home for the Aged and Infirm, New York City.

Bachrach, S., The children of, New York City, give $5000 to the Beth Israel Hospital, New York, in memory of their father.

Ballenberg, Amanda, The sisters and brothers of, Chicago, 111., give $3000 to the Michael Reese Hospital, to endow the Female Neurological Ward.

190 AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK Baron de Hirsch Fund, The trustees of the, New York City, subscribe $7080 to the Endowment Fund for a new dormitory at the National Farm School, Doylestown, Pa.

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

Baruch, B. M., New York City, gives $6000 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Baruch Brothers, New York City, give $1100 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Becker, A. G., Chicago, 111., gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Beer, Mrs. Julius, New York City, gives $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres; and $500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

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

Belmont, August, New York City, gives $5,000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Bensinger, Moses, The estate of, Chicago, 111., gives $3000 to the Michael Reese Hospital Endowment Fund.

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

Bernheimer, Jacob S., and Brother, New York City, give $500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Bernheimer and Schwartz Pilsener Brewing Company, The, New York City, give $500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

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

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

Bloch, Edward, Cincinnati, O., bequeaths $200 to each of the following institutions: Jewish Hospital, Jewish Home for the Aged and Infirm, United Hebrew Charities, and Hebrew Union College, all of Cincinnati; and $250 to the Jewish Orphan Asylum, Cleveland O.

Bloom, Leopold, Chicago, 111., gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Bloomingdale, Mrs. Joseph B., New York City, gives $50,000 from the estate of her husband to the Hebrew Technical Institute, New York, as the nucleus for a Building Fund; and $10,000 to the Young Men's Hebrew Association, New York, for a Library Fund in memory of her husband.

BEQUESTS AND GIFTS 191 Bloomingdale, Lyman G., New York City, bequeaths $100,000 to various charitable institutions.

Bloomingdale, Lyman G., The sons of, New York City, give $500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Blum Brothers, Philadelphia, Pa., give $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres, and $500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Blumenstock, Henrietta, New York City, bequeaths $5000 to each of the following: Hebrew Sheltering Guardian, Hebrew Orphan Asylum, and Montefiore Home for Chronic Invalids;

all of New York.

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

Blumenthal, George, New York, gives $5000 to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, and $100,000 to Columbia University for the endowment of a Chair of Politics.

Blumenthal, Hugo, New York City, gives $10,000 to the General Endowment Fund of the Mount Sinai Hospital, New York.

Blumgart. See Erlanger, L. N., Blumgart, and Company.

B'nai Jeshurun (Congregation), New York City, appropriates $1,000 for the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Borg, Cecelia, New York City, bequeaths $50,000 to charitable institutions.

Borg, Simon, 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.





Born, M., Chicago, 111., gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres, and $10,000 to the Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, to endow a suite of rooms.

Brafman, Abraham, Baltimore, Md., bequeaths $500 to the HeDrew Hospital and Asylum Association; $100 to the Hebrew Orphan Asylum, and $100 to the Hebrew Benevolent Society, all of Baltimore.

Brager, Albert A., Baltimore, Md., gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Brown, Ralph, San Francisco, Cal., bequeaths $1000 to the Mount Zion Hospital Association, San Francisco, Cal., for the endowment of a bed.

Busch, Adolphus, S t Louis, Mo., gives $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

192 AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK Carnegie, Andrew, New York City, gives $10,000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres, and $25,000 to the Endowment Fund of the Educational Alliance, New York.

Central Relief Association, The, Philadelphia, Pa., gives $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Christian Friend, A, New York City, gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Christian Friend, A, Pittsburg, Pa., gives $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Christian Sympathizer, A, New York City, gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Citizens' Saving and Trust Company, The, Cleveland, Ohio, gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Cleveland and Sandusky Brewing Company, The, Cleveland, O., gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Cloak and Suit Trade, The, New York City, give $2000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

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

Cohen, Stanley A., New York City, gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

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

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

Colt, Samuel P., Providence, R. I., gives $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Council of Jewish Women, The, Philadelphia Section, appropriates $500 for the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Daily Tribune, The, Chicago, 111., gives $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Dobson, John and James, New York City, give $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

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

BEQUESTS AND GIFTS 193 Dropsie, Moses A., $500 given in memory of, to the Mickve1 Israel Congregation, Philadelphia, Pa., by his brother and sister.

Einstein, David L., New York City, gives $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.

Einstein, Henry L., New York City, gives $500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

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

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

Eisendrath, Nathan, The children of, Chicago, 111., give $3000 to the Michael Reese Hospital, to endow two beds in the Children's Ward.

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

Elsinger, W. H., St. Paul, Minn., bequeaths $1000 to the Jewish Orphan Asylum, Cleveland, O.

Emanu-El (Congregation), New York City, appropriates $5000 for the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Englander, Beethoven, and Mrs., New York City, give a parcel of land in Canarsie, Borough of Kings, New York, to Beth Israel Hospital, New York.

Epstein, Jacob, Baltimore, Md., gives a building valued at $1000 to the Hospital for Consumptives of Maryland, and $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

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

Erlanger. See Klaw and Erlanger.

Erlanger, N., Blumgart and Company, give $500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Erstein, L., and Brother, New York City, give $500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Federation of Sisterhoods, The, New York City, give $1300 as the nucleus of the Henry Rice Fund, to be devoted to such charities as Mr. Rice may designate, in honor of his thirtieth anniversary as president of the United Hebrew Charities, New York.

Fels, Joseph, Philadelphia, Pa., gives a tract of twenty-two hundred acres to the Fair hope (Ala.) Industrial Association.

194 AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK Fels, Samuel S., Philadelphia, Pa., gives $1000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Fels and Company, Philadelphia, Pa., give $1000 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

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

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

First Roumanian American Congregation, The, New York City, appropriates $500 for the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Firuski, Louis I., Brooklyn, N. Y., gives $2000 to the Building Fund of the Hebrew Orphan Asylum, Brooklyn.

Fischel, J. Harry, New York City, gives the funds for a synagogue building at Hunter, Greene County, New York.

Fleischmann, Maximilian, The estate of, New York City, gives $1000 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

Fleischer, S. B. and B. W., Philadelphia, Pa., give $500 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

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

Flood, James L., San Francisco, Cal., gives $1000 to the Pacific Hebrew Orphan Asylum, San Francisco.

Foreman, Edwin O., Chicago, 111., gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Foreman, Gerhard and Hannah, The children of, Chicago, 111., give $1000 to the Michael Reese Hospital, to endow the Female Surgical Ward.

Foreman, Oscar G., Chicago, 111., gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Forward Association, The, New York City, appropriates $4000 for the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Frank, Henry S., Natchez, Miss., gives $500 to the Endowment Fund of the National Farm School, Doylestown, Pa.

Frank, Samuel, Pittsburg, Pa., bequeaths $1000 to the J. M. Gusky Orphanage and Home; $500 to the Hebrew Benevolent Society; $1000 to the Association for the Improvement of the Condition of the Poor, and $1000 to the Homeopathic Hospital, all of Pittsburg.

Frank. See also Meier and Frank Company.

BEQUESTS AND GIFTS 195 Frankel's, Jos., Sons, New York City, give $1000 to the Relief Fund for the City of San Francisco.

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

Freiberg, Julius, Cincinnati, O., bequeaths $7500 to the Jewish Foster Home, $2500 to the Hebrew Union College, $2500 to the Home for Jewish Aged and Infirm, all of Cincinnati, O.;

$2500 to the Jewish Orphan Asylum, Cleveland, O.; $500 to the Associated Charities, Cincinnati, O.; $250 to the Catholic Orphan Asylum, Cumminsville, and $250 to the German Protestant Asylum, Mt. Auburn.

Freundschaft Society, The, New York City, appropriates $1200 for the General Relief Fund for the K sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Frick, Henry C, New York City, gives $5000 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Friedenberg, S. M. and M. S., Philadelphia, Pa., give $1000 to the Federation of Jewish Charities in memory of Esther Friedenberg, and $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Friedenwald, Joseph, Baltimore, Md., gives $500 to the General Relief Fund for the sufferers by the Russian massacres.

Friedenwald, Rosena, Baltimore, Md., bequeaths $50 to the Hebrew Education Society, and $100 to each of the following institutions: Hebrew Benevolent Society, Hebrew Ladies' Sewing Society, Hebrew Orphan Asylum, Hebrew Free Burial Society, and Hebrew Hospital and Asylum Association, all of Baltimore.

Friedman, S., New York City, gives the site for a synagogue building at Hunter, Greene County, New York.



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