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3 0

TheAmericanJewishCommittee
S u chag itationshowsnosig nsof ab atement . I tisin-
d u l g ed inb y thehead sof theg ov ernmentwhoav ail them-
sel v esof ev ery op p ortu nity toheap sl u rsand ab u seonthe
Jewsof G ermany and onJewsev ery whereel se .
Many
newsp ap erscontinu etop u b l ishd ef amatory articl esof a
mostv iru l entty p e . Thel ead ersinthischoru sof scu rril ity
arethosep ap erswhichwereorarestil l thep ersonal mou th-
p iecesof theN az il ead ers- the
Voel kischerBeob achter,
f ormerl y ed ited b y H itl er ; the Ang rif f ,
ed ited b y G oeb b el s ;
the Westd eu tscherBeob achter,
ed ited b y R ob ertL ey ,the
head of theG ermanL ab orF ront ; and DerS tu ermer and
the
F raenkischeTag esz eitu ng , ed ited b y Ju l iu sS treicher,
G ov ernorof Mid d l eand L owerF ranconia . Besid esthe
harang u esof of f icial sand theou tb u rstsof thep ress,the
hu eand cry ag ainsttheJewsistakenu p b y anarmy of
writersthrou g haf l ood of p amp hl etsand b ooksinwhich
Jewsarehel d u p toscorn,rid icu l e,and ob l oq u y .
Af ewil l u strationswil l serv etoshowthecontentand
shamel essnessof thisp rop ag and a
. Earl y inN ov emb er
193 4, inasp eechinWeimar,Ad ol f H itl erd ecl ared that
herej oiced thatthe6 0,000ref u g ees,towhomheref erred
ascriminal s,areou tof G ermany ,and ex p ressed thehop e
thatmany morewil l f ol l ow .
L aterinthesamemonth,
inanad d ressb ef orethenewl y - created N ational H eal th
Committee,Dr . Wil hel mF rick,Ministerof theI nterior,
d ecl ared ittob ethed u ty of thememb erstop u rif y the
G ermannationof Jewishb l ood mix tu re,throu g hstrict
ad herenceto" racial " p rincip l es
. I nDecemb er,theMin-
istry of theI nteriorissu ed ap ressstatementex p l aining
thattheG ermanracep ol icy aimsonl y atJewsand notat
Jap aneseorH ind u s,whichweresty l ed " ancientnationsof
hig hcu l tu re. " I nex tend ing N ewY ear' sg reeting stothe
read ers of DerS tu ermer .
S treicherex p ressed thehop e
Report of Executive Committee

31
thattheyear1 934wouldseetheannihilationoftheJews
.
InJanuary1 934,inapublicaddressinUpperSilesia,
FranzvonPapen,thenViceChancellor,declaredthat
Germanyintendstoproceedwiththeracialpolicyand"to
makeJewsdisappearfrompubliclifeinGermany . "About
aweeklater,thesamethoughtwasexpressed,inanews-
paperarticle,byWilhelmKube,formerleaderoftheNazi
factioninthePrussianDiet,nowgovernorofBranden-
burg
. Afewdayslater,incharacteristicallyintemperate
language,JuliusStreicherurgedaboycottofnotonly
businessesownedbyJews,butalsothoseformerlyowned
byJewsandtransferredtonon-Jews,evenifsuchaboy-
cottshouldresultinfurtherunemployment
. InFebru-
ary,the WestdeutscherBeobachter,
editedbyRobertLey,
declaredthatsolongasasingleGermanremainsunem-
ployed,theentranceofJewsintoagricultureisimpossible
.
InApril,inanarticlepublishedinthejournaloftheNa-
tionalSocialistJuristsAssociation,Dr . R
. Foerer,Director
oftheLawCourts,advocatedthatpermissiontomarry
beaccordedtoonly"race-pure,healthy,full-fledgedGer-
mancitizens . "
Probablythemostoutrageousinstanceofanti-Jewish
propagandaduringtheyearwasthepublicationinMay
1 934ofaspecial"RitualMurder
Number"of Der
Stuermer
inwhichvirtuallytheentirepaperwasgiven
overtoarticlesonthisinfamousaccusation,andcharges
thatJewsareplanningthemostgruesome"ritualmurder"
ofHitlerandhisfollowers .
Thesearticleswereadorned
withshamelesslyindecentillustrations . Thispublicationwas
permittedtopasswithoutawordofpublicrebukefromthe
government,butwhen,inJune,the JuedischesFamiilien-
blatt
publishedaspecialsupplementrefutingtheritual
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TheOsmanCase
TheCommitteealsocooperatedinarrangingforthe
employmentofcounselforRalphOsman,acorporalin
theU nitedS tatesA rmyw hoappealedfromthedecisionof
acourtmartialw hichhadconv ictedhimofv iolationof
theEspionageA ctof1917 . Representationsmadeto
yourCommitteeonb ehalfoftheyoungmanindicatedthat
anti- J ew ishprej udicehadprob ab lyaffectedtheconductof
thetrial . Thedecisionofthecourtmartialw assetaside
b ytheappealscourt,andthecorporalw asfreed . S ub se-
quentlyheappliedfor,andw asgrantedanhonorab le
dischargefromthearmy .
TheA mericanJ ew ishYearBook
I nS eptemb erlast,theJ ew ishP ub licationS ocietyof
A mericaissuedVolume36oftheA mericanJ ew ishYear
Book,compiled,likeallthev olumes of thisseriessince
190 9,intheofficeoftheA mericanJ ew ishCommittee
. The
currentv olumew asthesix teenthtob eeditedb ytheA s-
sistantS ecretaryoftheCommittee . A sispointedoutin
thepreface,thecontinuingcrisisintheliv esofourb reth-
reninG ermanyisreflectedinthepresentv olumeasit
w asinitspredecessor .
" N otonlyisaconsiderab lepart
oftheL istofEv entsgiv enov ertooccurrencesaffecting
theJ ew softhatcountry,b utsomeofthetragiceffectsare
indicatedalsointheN ecrologyw hichincludesthenames
ofanumb erofdistinguishedG ermanJ ew sw hodiedb y
theirow nhands,andinthenoticesofappointmentsof
scholarsandteachers,oustedfromthelab oratoriesand
thelecturehallsofG ermancollegesanduniv ersities,to
positionsofhonorintheschoolsofforeigncountries,
w heretheyw erecordiallyw elcomed . "
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Thev olumealsocontainsaspecialarticledealingw ith
discussionsofminorityandrefugeequestionsatthe1933
A ssemb lyoftheL eagueofN ations,ev okedb yG ermany' s
anti- J ew ishpolicy . Therearealsob iographicalsketches
ofDoctorHymanG . Enelow andDoctorG eorgeA lex an-
derK ohut,tw odistinguishedA mericanJ ew ishscholars,
w hodiedduringtheprecedingyear . Thesearticlesw ere
contrib utedb yDoctorDav idP hilipsonandP rofessor
A lex anderMarx .
DoctorB . M
. S elekman,theEx ecu-
tiv eDirectoroftheA ssociatedJ ew ishCharitiesofBoston,
contrib utedanarticleinw hichthatdistinctiv elyA merican
product,theJ ew ishfederationforlocalsocialserv ice,is
sub j ectedtoacomprehensiv ecriticalanalysisastoits
strengthandw eaknessespeciallyasrev ealedb ytheimpact
oftheprev ailingeconomicdepression .
Besidesthesespecialarticles,Volume36containsa
detailedlistofev entsduringtheprecedingyear,theusual
directoriesandlists,andtheTw enty- S ev enthA nnualRe-
portofthisCommittee .
S aturdayS essionsinN ew J erseyN ormalS chools
Recently,thecooperationofyourCommitteew as
solicitedb yleadersoftheJ ew ishcommunityofN ew
J erseyinconnectionw iththeintroductionofS aturdayses-
sionsintheN ormalS choolsofN ew J ersey . Wew ere
informedthatareductionintheschoolterm,asanecon-
omymeasure,w astheob j ectoftheauthorities,b utthat
theS aturdaysessionconfrontedS ab b ath- ob serv ingJ ew s
w iththedilemmaofv iolatingtheirconscienceorfailing
intheirstudies . Besides,theintroductionofS aturday
sessionsinonesectionoftheschoolsystemmayb ean
enteringw edgefortheintroductionofsuchsessionsin
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65
othersectionsinw hichanev enlargernumb erofpersons
w ouldb eaffected . TheS tateDirectorofEducationto
w homrepresentationsw eremadeb ycommunityleaders
suggestedthesub missionofab riefonthesub j ecttothe
S tateDepartmentofEducation,and,attherequestofthe
Committee,Mr . L ouisE . L ev inthal,ofP hiladelphia,an
attorney,w asgoodenoughtopreparesuchab rief . The
matterispending .
Ob j ectionab leMotionP ictures
Theopportunityw asaffordedrepresentativ esofyour
Committeetoattendprev iew sofsev eralmotionpictures
ontopicsofJ ew ishinterestandtooffersuggestionsfor
theeliminationofpartsw hichintheopinionoftheCom-
mitteew erelikelytohav eanunfav orab leeffectuponthe
relationsb etw eenJ ew sandnon- J ew s . I nonecase,your
Committeej oinedotherorganiz ationsinregisteringpro-
testagainstaproductionw hichw asregardedasob j ection-
ab leinnumerousrespects . Thisprotestresultedinthe
decisiononthepartoftheprospectiv eex hib itornotto
circulatethepicture.
YourCommitteeisgratifiedtonotethatanumb erof
J ew ishreligiousorganiz ationshav ej oinedw ithChristian
b odiesinanefforttoeliminateindecencyfrommotionpic-
turesandfromtheatricalproductions .
Cooperationw ithOtherOrganiz ations
A sinthepast,yourCommitteehascheerfullygiv enits
cooperationtootherb odies,non- J ew ishasw ellasJ ew ish,
w hosew orkconv ergesupontheob j ectsoftheCommittee,
andithasenj oyedthehelpandencouragementofanum-
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b eroforganiz ations . Wehav eb eeninv eryclosetouch
w iththeBoardofDeputiesofBritishJ ew sthroughMr
.
N ev illeL aski,itsw orthypresident,w homw ehav ethe
honorofhav ingw ithustoday ; w iththej ointF oreign
Committeeofthatorganiz ationandtheA nglo- J ew ish
A ssociation,againthroughMr . L askianditsotherco-
chairman,Mr. L eonardMontefiore . Wecorrespondregu-
larlyw iththeA llianceI sraeliteU niv erselle,theJ ew ish
Coloniz ationA ssociation,andotherimportantandactiv e
b odiesab roadw ithw homw eex changeinformationand
v iew s . L astsummertheP residentandtheS ecretary of
theCommitteew ereab roadandhadanopportunityto
conferw iththeofficersoftheseorganiz ationsandtoob -
tainfirst- handinformationab outmattersofJ ew ishinter-
estinanumb erofcountries . J ustab outayearago,the
Committeesentrepresentativ estothefirstconv entionof
theCanadianJ ew ishCongress,w ithw hichw ehav eb een
infrequentcorrespondence . Mentionhasalreadyb een
madeoftheCommittee' sinterestinthelib elcasew hich
hasb eenb roughtinWinnipegunderthesuperv isionof
theCanadianJ ew ishCongress . I nS outhA merica,w e
hav efurnishedinformationandadv icetoacommitteein
BuenosA iresw hichisengagedincomb attinganti- J ew ish
propagandainBraz il
.
I ntheU nitedS tates,theCommitteecooperatesw itha
numb eroforganiz ations . Duringthepastyearw ehav e
b eeninclosetouchw iththeU nionofA mericanHeb rew
Congregations,theU nitedS ynagogueofA merica,the
CouncilofJ ew ishWomen,theHeb rew S helteringand
I mmigrantA idS ociety,andothers .
S ev eralmeetings
hav eb eenheldofyourEx ecutiv eCommitteew iththepar-
ticipationoftheEmergencyA dv isoryCouncilestab lished,
youw illrecall,inMay1933
. ThisCouncilconsistsof
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representativ esof31nationalandcentralJ ew ishorganiz a-
tions .
Throughfrequentmeetingsofthej ointConsultativ e
Council,estab lishedinJ une1933,representativ esofthe
B' naiB' rith,theA mericanJ ew ishCongress,andyour
Committeeex changev iew sandformulateunifiedpolicies.
Ex ceptforthesub stitutionofG eorgeZ . Medalieforthe
lateMax J
. K ohlerasrepresentativ eoftheB' naiB' rith,
andofHenryI ttlesonforI rv ingL ehmanasrepresenta-
tiv eoftheA mericanJ ew ishCommittee,thememb ership
ofthej ointCouncilisthesameaslastyear,namely : repre-
sentingtheA mericanJ ew ishCongress : Messrs . S tephen
S . Wise,BernardS . Deutsch,andL ouisL ipsky ; repre-
sentingtheB' naiB' rith : Messrs
. A lfredM . Cohen,A lb ert
Ottinger,andG eorgeZ . Medalie ; andrepresentingthe
A mericanJ ew ishCommittee : Messrs . J osephM . P ros-
kauer,HenryI ttleson,andS olomonM . S troock .
TheP roposedWorldJ ew ishCongress
I tw illb erecalledthatin1932 aJ ew ishconferenceheld
atG enev a,S w itz erland,decidedtoestab lishaWorld
J ew ishCongress" b asedontheconceptionoftheJ ew ish
peopleasaunifiednationalorganism . " A ccordingtothe
resolutionthenadopted,theproposedcongressistob e" a
legitimaterepresentation,authoriz edandindutyb oundto
dealw ithallquestionsofJ ew ishlife,andtorepresentthe
J ew ishpeopletotheoutsidew orld,inastruggleforits
civ ilandnationalrights . " Thisdecisionw asconfirmed
atconferencesheldin1933andlastsummer .
WheninA ugust1934 ,reportsregardingtheconfer-
encethenb eingheldinG enev ab egantoappearinthe
A mericanpressundersensationalheadlinesab outaw orld
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J ew ishparliamentandsuper- gov ernment,yourCommittee
deemeditnecessarytoappriz ethepub licofthefactthat
theconferencecouldnottruthfullyb edescrib edasrepre-
sentativ eoftheJ ew softhew orld
. Thepub licationof
thefollow ingstatementw asauthoriz ed
:
" I nv iew oftheerroneousheadlinesandstatements
containedinsomepressreportsofaconferenceofJ ew s
now b eingheldinG enev a,attentionisdraw ntothefact
thattheA mericanJ ew ishCommittee,w hichismadeup
ofrepresentativ esinev eryimportantcityintheU nited
S tates,hasnotindorsedandisnotparticipatinginthe
w orldconference,andthatimportantorganiz ations
ab road,amongthemtheBoardofJ ew ishDeputiesof
EnglandandtheA llianceI sraeliteU niv erselleof
F rance,hav edeclinedtosenddelegatestorepresent
them .
" I nthelightofthesefacts,theconferencecannot
truthfullyb edescrib edasrepresentativ eoftheopinion
ofJ ew softhew orldorasex pressingthev iew pointof
J ew ishcitiz ensoftheU nitedS tates . "
S ub sequently,onOctob er 8 ,1934 theN ationalEx ecu-
tiv eCommitteeoftheA mericanJ ew ishCongressaffirmed
thedecisionoftheG enev aConferenceof 1934 toestab -
lishaWorldJ ew ishCongresstob econv enedin 1935, and
alsodecidedtolaunchacampaignfortheorganiz ationof
nationaldemocraticelectionsthroughouttheU nitedS tates
onA pril2 8 , 1935, foranenlargedA mericanJ ew ishCon-
gressanddelegatestotheproposedWorldJ ew ishCon-
gress .
L ater,inN ov emb erlast,yourCommitteereceiv eda
communicationfromtheA mericanJ ew ishCongressstat-
ing( 1) thatitsA dministrationCommitteehadauthoriz ed
steps" toestab lishunionandcooperationinA merican
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J ew ryw ithrelationtothepartitmaytake,togetherw ith
theJ ew riesofotherlands,indealingw iththeex tra-
ordinaryeconomic,politicalandreligiousdifficultiesthat
facetheJ ew ishpeople" ; ( 2 ) thattheA mericanJ ew ish
Congressb eliev es" thattheb estinterestsoftheJ ew ish
peoplew ouldb eserv edb ythecreationofanex ecutiv e
representationinG enev aoftheorganiz edJ ew riesofthe
w orld,andthatsuchrepresentationshouldcomeintob e-
ingastheconsideredactionofaWorldJ ew ishCongress
inw hichthedelegatesw ouldb eelected,asfaraspossib le
orfeasib le,ondemocraticlines" ; and( 3) thataCom-
mitteeonConciliationhasb eenappointedtoconferw ith
theA mericanJ ew ishCommitteeandw iththeB' naiB' rith
" toex plorethepossib ilitiesofarriv ingatanunderstand-
ingw ithyou( us) ontheprob lemshereoutlined," and
" ispreparedtodoev erythingw ithinitspow er . . . to
consideryour( our) v iew sandsuggestionsforamend-
mentoradj ustmentorimprov ementofthemethodssug-
gested," although" anyagreementw emayarriv eatis
sub j ecttotheratificationoftheA dministrativ eCommittee
oftheA mericanJ ew ishCongress
. "
YourCommitteegav ethisproposalex tendedconsidera-
tionataspecialmeetingandunanimouslydecidedtode-
clinetoj oininanyconferenceinw hichtheproposalfor
aWorldJ ew ishCongressistob ethesub j ectforconsid-
eration,b utagreedtoconferifotherw aysofsecuring
closercooperationarecontemplated . F ollow ingisastate-
mentofsomeofthemanyconsiderationsw hichhav eall
alongshapedtheattitudeoftheCommitteetow ardthe
estab lishmentofageneralJ ew ishorganiz ationinthe
U nitedS tatesb asedonapleb iscite,orofaWorldJ ew ish
CongressoranyotherformofinternationalJ ew ishorgan-
iz ation
.
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Theyear1934 marksthe2 8 0 thanniv ersaryoftheb e-
ginningsoftheJ ew ishcommunityintheU nitedS tates
.
Ev enpriortotheDeclarationofI ndependencetheJ ew ish
settlersintheoriginalthirteencoloniesorganiz edthem-
selv estocarryonreligious,educationalandcharitab le
w ork.
Withthedefiniteestab lishmentoftheU nited
S tatesasanindependentnation,thegradualenlargement
oftheterritoryandtheinflow ofimmigrantstotheU nited
S tatesfromv ariouspartsofthew orld,theJ ew ishcom-
munitytookonalargerformandtheseunitsinthedif-
ferentcitiesandstatescommencedtoformnationalor-
ganiz ationstofurthertheirparticularinterests
. These
organiz ationsw erev oluntary
; theyw erecreatedb ypeople
mostinterestedinaparticularb ranchofJ ew ishactiv ity ;
theychosetheirow nrepresentativ esandadoptedtheir
ow npolicies .
I ntimesofemergency,conferencesb etw eentheseor-
ganiz ationsw ereheld,unitedactionsecuredandthede-
siredresultw asusuallyattained .
A pleb isciteofalltheJ ew sintheU nitedS tatesab ov e
theageofeighteen,forw hichagitationisnow astir,isa
directattempt,throughpropaganda,todestroyormini-
miz etheinstitutionsw hichtheJ ew sofA mericahav e
themselv escreatedov eralongperiodofyearsforallsorts
ofw orthypurposesrespondingtotheneedsoftheA meri-
canJ ew ishcommunity
. I fthisw erenotso,andifthishad
not,onaprev iousoccasion,w hentherew asapleb iscite,
b eenthepurposeoftheA mericanJ ew ishCongress,the
securingofcommoncounselthroughaconferencederiv ed
fromrepresentativ esoftheex istingorganiz ationsw ould
hav eb eenallthatw asrequired
. J ustasthisattemptw as
madeonaprev iousoccasionduringtheemergencycre-
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atedb ytheWorldWar,thedisastertotheJ ew sinG er-
manyhasagainb eenemployedastheoccasiontorecreate
anorganiz ationthroughapleb iscite,directv oting,a
methodw hichuptothistimehasonlyb eenemployedb y
J ew slikeotherA mericancitiz ensforthepurposeofelect-
ingtheirrepresentativ esinCongress,ex pressingtheir
preferenceforP residentandVice- P residentintheelec-
toralcollege,andchoosingtheirS tate,CountyandMu-
nicipalofficials . I tmustb ecleartoanyonew ho
w illreflectthatthecreationofageneralelectoral
machineryb ytheJ ew softheU nited S tates for
thepurposeof estab lishing a Congress is b ound
tob ringab outinthemindsofourfellow citiz ensacon-
fusionw hichcanonlyb eunfav orab letotheJ ew ishcom
munity ; w hereasthereisnotasingleob j ectthatw illb e
attainedb ythecreationofsuchanorganiz ationb ased
uponapleb iscitethatcannotnow actuallyb ereachedunder
theex istingorganiz ationsw hichtheJ ew sinA mericahav e
estab lished .
WearetoldthatallthisisproposedinthenameofDe-
mocracyasthoughthisw ereanew concepttoJ ew s . A ny
J ew ,w hohasev ertakenpartintheorganiz ationorcon-
ductofaS ynagogueoraL odgeoranyofthenumerous
organiz ationsw hichw ereb uiltup,cantestifythatallthese
organiz ationsaredemocraticallyorganiz edandrepresent
thew illofthepeoplew hoareinterestedinthemandw ho
supportthem.
TheS ynagogue,themostancientex isting
J ew ishinstitution,hasb eendemocraticfromitsinception
thousandsofyearsago . Therealquestionthereforeis
w hethertheJ ew sofA mericainemergenciesshallspeak
throughb odiesthatrepresentalltheirex istinginstitu-
tions,orw hethertheyshallspeakthroughapleb iscite
fromw hichalargepartofthecommunity,w hichhas
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b eenspecificallyengagedintheproperandnecessaryw ork
oftheJ ew ishcommunity,w ouldab stainandoughtto
ab stain
.
Theseconsiderations,w hichinouropinionmakea
pleb isciteforanA mericanJ ew ishCongressunw ise,apply
w ithinfinitelygreaterforcetotheestab lishmentofthe
WorldJ ew ishCongressoranyotherformofinternational
J ew ishorganiz ationw ithw hichthepleb iscitew asinitially
andisapparentlystillb oundup .
A conferenceheldatG enev a,S w itz erland,inA ugust
1. 932 ,adoptedaresolutioncallingfortheestab lishment
ofaWorldJ ew ishCongress,inw hichtheob j ectofthe
proposedCongressw asstatedtob e
" ThisWorldCongress,b asedontheconceptionof
theJ ew ishpeopleasaunifiednationalorganism( Volks-
organismus) ,shouldb ealegitimaterepresentation,au-
thoriz edandindutyb oundtodealw ithallquestions
ofJ ew ishlife,andtorepresenttheJ ew ishpeopletothe
outsidew orld,inastruggleforitsciv ilandnational
rights . "
Thisresolutionw asconfirmedinalldetailsb ythecon-
ferencesw hichmetin1933andin1934 .
I tw asfurtheramplifiedb ystatementsoftheleading
proponentoftheWorldJ ew ishCongress,w hodeclared
" I tshould . . . createatrulylegitimateunifiedrepre-
sentationoftheJ ew ishpeople,w hichw illhav etheright
tospeakinthenameofthesix teenmillionJ ew s,tothe
nationsandthegov ernmentsofthew orld
. . . "
" There
isonlyonepossib leb asisfortheWorldCongress,the
ideaofJ ew ishN ationhood ( Volkstum) . " " Thescope
oftheCongressw illb ethetotalityofJ ew ishquestions,
theprob lemsofinnerJ ew ishlife,therepresentation
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b eforethenationsofthew orld,thestruggleagainst
thefoesoftheJ ew ishpeople . "
Wesharethefeelingofthosew ho,alarmedb ythe
tragicfatethathasb efallentheJ ew sofG ermany,andthe
b anefulinfluenceinothercountriesofN az ipolicies,urge
thatJ ew sev eryw heretakecounselw ithoneanotherw ith
av iew tofindingeffectiv emeasurestodefendthemselv es
againstthemenacew hichthreatenstheirv eryex istence .
Buttotakesuchcounsel,toconferandex changev iew s
isonlytheprox imatepurposeoftheproposedWorldCon-
gress . I tisclearfromthestatementsquotedthatthe
Congressisintendedtob eapermanentP arliament,thf
deputiesofw hich,electedb yamachineryw hichisasso-
ciatedw ithrepresentativ egov ernmentofpoliticalstates,
aretob eauthoriz edtodealw ithallmattersaffectingJ ew s
inanyandev erycountryoftheglob e ; andtonegotiate
w ithgov ernmentsonmattersaffectingJ ew ishcitiz ens .
Whileitcannotserv eanyusefulpurposew hichisnot
now b eingserv edb yex istingv oluntaryJ ew ishagenciesin
eachcountry,theproposedWorldJ ew ishCongresscan
onlyendangerthestatusoftheJ ew sinthecountriesof
w hichtheyarecitiz ens . A scitiz ens,J ew srecogniz eonly
theauthorityoftheparliamentofthecountryinw hich
theyliv e .
A J ew ishparliamentw ouldgiv eaidandcomfortto
thosew hopromotehostilitytotheJ ew s,onthegroundof
allegedinternationalsolidarityand' super- loyalty . I t
w ouldsow doub tsinthemindsofourfellow - citiz ensin
allcountriesastotheprecisestatusoftheJ ew ascitiz en .
Thesedangerousconsequencesw illfollow ,althoughthe
Congressw illinfactb enotrepresentativ eofalltheJ ew s,
andw illhav enopow ertoenforceitsdecisionsev enupon
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thoseindiv idualsw hov oteforitsrepresentativ es,and
w ho,b ysodoing,areimplyingtheacceptanceofanob li-
gationtoanex tra- nationalauthority . Theseconsequences
areinev itab le,althoughinpracticetheCongresscanb e
nothingmorethanaplatformforthemakingofspeeches,
andaconv ocationforthepassageofresolutions .
Therehav ealw aysb een,andthereareparticularlyto-
day,specialprob lemsfacingtheJ ew sofallcountriessi-
multaneously . But,ow ingtothedifferencesinthecon-
ditionoftheJ ew sofv ariouscountries,andinthetradi-
tionsandcustomsofthesecountries,themanifestationsof
theseprob lemsdiffermateriallyineachlandfromthe
manifestationsinotherlands . I tisclear,therefore,that
theJ ew sofeachcountryareintheb estpositiontounder-
standandmeettheirow nprob lems,w ithouttheassistance
ofaninternationalagencyw hichcouldnotpossib lyunder-
standthelocalsituations .
TheCommitteeb eliev esthatitisattimesusefulfor
theaccreditedrepresentativ esoforganiz ationsofdiffer-
entcountriestomeetforaninterchangeofv iew sandin-
formation . TheCommitteehasparticipatedinsuchcon-
ferences,andispreparedtodosoatfuturemeetings
w hen,initsopinion,theyappeardesirab le.
TheA mericanJ ew ishCommitteeholdsittob eself-
ev identthattheJ ew softheU nitedS tateshav ehereestab -
lishedapermanenthomeforthemselv esandtheirchil-
dren,hav eacquiredtherightsandassumedthecorrelativ e
dutiesofA mericancitiz enship,andrecogniz etheirun-
qualifiedallegiancetothiscountryw hichtheylov eand
cherishandofw hosecitiz enstheyregardthemselv esasa
loyalandintegralpart . TheCommitteeb eliev esthatas
A mericancitiz ens,J ew shav etheright,indiv iduallyor
associatedingroups,toapproachthegov ernmentofthe
tceportofL x ecutiv eCommittee

is
U nitedS tatesandsolicititsgoodofficesinb ehalfofthe
b ettermentofthelotofoppressedJ ew sinotherlands .
TheCommitteedoesnotb eliev e,how ev er,thatitiscon-
sistentw iththeseprinciplesforthemtoassociatethem-
selv esw iththecitiz ensofothercountriesincreatingan
internationalb odyw hichw illassumeorattempttospeak
fortheJ ew softhiscountry .
TheCommitteeb eliev esthat,animatedb ytheirlov eof
countryandtheirdev otiontothehighestconceptionof
patriotism,A mericanJ ew sw illrecogniz ethemenaceto
theirstatusinherentintheproposedWorldCongressand
w illdeclaretheiroppositiontoit . A firmandunequiv ocal
refusaltohav eanypartinsuchamov ement,eitherdirectly
orindirectly,maypersuadethosew hoarepromotingitto
w ithdraw fromaproposedcourseofactionw hichcan
achiev enohelpfulresults,b utw hichisfreightedw ithem-
b arrassmentandev endisastertoJ ew sev eryw here .
I thasb eenpossib leinthisb riefreporttodw ellupon
onlyav eryfew ofthemattersw ithw hichtheEx ecutiv e
Committeeanditsstaffw ereb usilyoccupiedduringthese
pastfourteenmonths
.
Wecanassureyou,how ev er,thatw ehav etriedearnest-
lyand,w eb eliev e,intelligentlytoex ertev erypossib lein-
fluencetocomb atthehostilityhereandab road
. Our
w eaponsarenotthoseofarmiesandnav ies,ofgunsand
gases .
Ourw eaponislargelypub licopinion . Without
hysteria,b utw ithprofoundconcernw ehav e,inmany
w ays,soughttoilluminethepub licmindw ithrespectto
thedangersofanti- S emitismandallformsofracialand
religiousb igotry,notonlytotheJ ew sb uttoallpeople
w holov elib ertyandj ustice
. Thepress,theclergy,pub lic
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officialsandleadersinallw alksoflifeandofallfaiths
aremakingcommoncausetostemb igotryandanti- religious
mov ements
. I tisev identthattheA mericanpeople,though
sorelytriedb yeconomicdistress,hav eb eenimmuneto
theunscrupulousb utskilfulpropagandaoftheN az isand
othersw hodesiretoex ploitracialprej udicefortheirow n
selfishends .
I tisimperativ e,how ev er,thatourefforts
incooperationw ithP rotestantsandCatholicscontinue
unab atedandinsuchamannerastoconv inceournon-
J ew ishfellow - A mericansthattherightsw edemandfor
ourco- religionistsinothercountriesarethoseelemental
humanrightsw hichconstitutetheb asisofA mericanciv -
iliz ation
.
Tocarryonw eneedyourimplicitconfidenceandgen-
eroussupport .
Respectfullysub mitted,
THEEXECU TI VECOMMI TTEE
REP ORTON ORG A N I Z A TI ON MA TTERS
1 . N ecrology
TheCommitteesustainedagreatloss inthesudden
passingofoneofthememb ersofitsEx ecutiv eCommittee,
Mr. Max J . K ohler,onJ uly2 4 , 1934 . Thefollow ing
resolutionw asdulyrecorded intheminutesof your
Committee
" Thememb ersoftheEx ecutiv eCommitteeoftheA merican
J ew ishCommittee,learningw ithsorrow ofthepassingof their
colleague,Max J . K ohler,hav erecordedthefollow ingminute
" Hisb roadcomprehensionofthefactsandprinciplesof
A mericanJ ew ishlife ; histirelessactiv itiesintheadv ancement
ofdemocraticideals ; hisunceasinglab orsintheinterestsof
theimmigrant ; hisv astknow ledgeofthelaw andhistory,sup-
portedb yaphotographicmemory,enab ledhimtorenderunique
serv icetothecommunityatlargeandin particulartothe
J ew ishcommunity .
" I mb uedw iththedeepsenseofj usticeandw ithanab iding
faithinthemethodsandprinciplesofdemocracy,helab ored in-
defatigab lytow inforthosew hohadknow npolitical,religious,
andracialprej udicethefreedomw hichtheyhadlongb eende-
niedandw hichA mericapromised . Thelaw ,inhisb road
j udgment,w asameansofattainingandassuringthese ideals.
I tw asinandthroughthelaw thathismindandheartfound
hopeforfreedomandj ustice.
" Hew asnotessentiallyormerelyapracticingattorney, b ut
ratheraj uridicalscholar,agreatauthorityinconstitutionaland
internationallaw ,especiallyastheyconcernedthe fundamental
rightsofmen . I nparticular,itw astotherightsofminorities
thathedev otedhisscholarlyactiv ities
andpracticalefforts .
Hegav egenerouslyofhistimeandhisv italenergies
tothe
w orkofsuchorganiz ationsastheA mericanJ ew ishHistorical
S ociety,TheJ udeans,theS tandardJ ew ishEncyclopedia,
the
J ew ishA cademyofA rtsandS ciences,the
BarondeHirsch
F und,theU nionofA mericanHeb rew Congregations,theB' nai
B' rithandtheA mericanJ ew ishCommittee .
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" TheA mericanJ ew ishCommitteeintenderingitssympathy
tohisb rotherandtohissisters,sharesw ithall of theseorgani-
z ationsandI sraelatlargethelossofab rilliantandalw ays
helpfulcollab orator.
" Therememb ranceofhislifeandserv icesw illb easource
ofinspirationtoallw hoarecarryingonthew orkthatab sorb ed
hisloyaltyandtalents . "
A meetinginmemoryofMr . K ohlerw asheldonS un-
dayafternoon,N ov emb er2 5,1934 ,atTempleEmanu- El .
N ew YorkCity,w ithtw enty- tw oorganiz ationspartici-
pating,andaddressesdeliv eredb ythefollow ing
: theRev
.
Dr. S amuelH . G oldenson,theHon
. I rv ingL ehman,the
Hon . A lfredM
. Cohen,andDr . A . S . W . Rosenb ach
. The
Hon . J ulianW
. Mackw how astohav espokenb utw as
unab letoattend,sentamessageofappreciation .
TheCommitteealsosufferedthelossofthefollow ing
CommunityRepresentativ essincethelastA nnualMeeting
Dr . H . G . Enelow ,ofN ew YorkCity,onF eb . 6,1934
I sraelU nterb erg,ofN ew YorkCity,onMay1,1934
M . E . G reeneb aum,
of
Chicago,I ll . ,onJ une2 2 ,1934
A lex anderCahn,ofN ew Hav en,Conn . ,onA ug . 2 7,
1934
L udw igVogelstein,ofN ew YorkCity,onS ept . 2 4 ,
1934
A . C . Wurmser,ofK ansasCity,Mo . ,onOct . 13,1934
Minutesex pressingtheCommittee' ssenseofloss,w ere
adoptedb yyourEx ecutiv eCommittee .
2 . TheEx ecutiv eCommittee
Becauseoftheestab lishmentofacommitteerepresent-
ingJ ew ishlab ororganiz ations,w hoseb y- law srequire
thatitsmemb ersshallnotatthesametimeb ememb ersof
anyotherJ ew ishorganiz ationdealingw ithpoliticalques-
tions,Mr . B
. C . Vladecktenderedhisresignationasa
memb eroftheEx ecutiv eCommittee . YourEx ecutiv e
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Committee felt
compelled, to
their
profound regret, to
acceptMr . Vladeck' sresignation . Mr . HaroldHirschof
A tlanta,G eorgia,w aselectedamemb eroftheEx ecutiv e
CommitteetosucceedMr . Vladeck .
I nv iew oftheenlargementoftheCorporateMemb er-
shipandofaunanimousdesiretosecurew idercounsel
andserv ice,yourEx ecutiv eCommitteerecommendsthat
theb y- law sshouldb eamendedtoprov idefortheenlarge-
mentoftheEx ecutiv eCommitteetoamax imumoffifty
insteadofthepresentmax imum of thirty . N otificationof
anamendmentforthatpurposetob ev oteduponb yyou
todayw asissuedtothememb ershiponDecemb er3,1934 .
3 . Memb ership
YourCommitteetakespleasureinreportingthatall
thepersonselectedtoCorporateMemb ershipatyourlast
meeting,onDecemb er10 ,1933,andw hosenamesappear
onpages79to8 2 ,inclusiv e,oftheTw enty- S ev enthA n-
nualReport,agreedtoserv e .
Dr . S amuelH . G oldenson,ofN ew YorkCity,w as
electedtofillthev acancycreatedb ythedeathof Dr.
H . G . Enelow ; Rab b iN athanH . Colish,ofHouston,
Tex as,tofillthev acancyinthatcommunity ; andMr . Her-
manRitter,ofYoungstow n,Ohio,forthev acancyinthat
community
.
I nthecourseoftheyear,thefollow ingmemb ersten-
deredtheirresignations
J acob A sher,Worcester,Mass
.
A lb ertBerney,Baltimore,Md .
Dav idB . Eisendrath,Milw aukee,Wis .
Herb ertF riedenw ald,Washington,D . C.
N athanI saacs,Camb ridge,Mass .
A lex anderK ahn,N ew YorkCity
Max S chnitz er,Houston,Tex as
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Theseresignationsw ereacceptedw ithregret .
I naccordancew iththeprov isionsoftheb y- law s,the
follow ingN ominatingCommittee,empow eredtoname
candidatestosucceedthosememb ersw hosetermsex pire
today,andtofillex istingv acancies,w asappointed
EdmundH . A b rahams,S av annah,G eorgia
J ustinP . A llman,P hiladelphia,P a .
S imonBergman,N ew YorkCity
Dav idM . Bressler,N ew YorkCity,Chairman
A rthurBrin,Minneapolis,Minnesota
HenryS . Hendricks,N ew YorkCity
HarryA . Hollz er,L osA ngeles,Calif .
J osephJ . K lein,N ew YorkCity
Edw ardL az ansky,N ew YorkCity
J amesMarshall,N ew YorkCity
S igmondS anger,Toledo,Ohio
Benj aminS tolz ,S yracuse,N . Y
.
F elix Vorenb erg,Boston,Mass .
F ollow ingisalistofthenomineesoftheN ominating
Committee
* Tofillv acancy .
S TA TE CI TY N OMI N EES
California L ongBeach * Harv eyB . F ranklin
L osA ngeles M . J . F inkenstein
S anDiego * J acob Weinb erger
Colorado Denv er * CharlesRosenb aum
Connecticut N ew Britain * MorrisD . S ax e
N ew Hav en * S . F rederickWetz ler
N ew L ondon Ez ekielS pitz ,tosucceed
N estorDreyfus
S tamford * A b rahamWofsey
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S TA TE CI TY
N OMI N EES
F lorida J acksonv ille MortonR
. Hirschb erg
Miami D . J . A pte
Tampa * ErnestMaas
I llinois
Chicago * MiltonS . F lorsheim
A lfredK . F oreman
* A RichardF rank
F rankL . S ulz b erger
P eoria W. B. Woolner
I ndiana G ary * L ouisH . G lueck
TerreHaute
* L ouisBrow n
I ow a MasonCity * S amRaiz es
K ansas
K ansasCity * J osephCohen
Maine
Bangor * MichaelP ilot
Maryland Baltimore
* S idneyL ansb urgh
Massachusetts Boston J amesS olomont
S alem
* Max G oldb erg
Worcester
* J osephTalamo
Michigan G randRapids P hilipF
. Waterman,tosuc-
ceedJ uliusH
. A mb erg
Minnesota
Duluth * Edw ardA . S ilb erstein
N eb raska
L incoln * N athanJ . G old
N ew J ersey
A tlanticCity J osephB . P erskie
EastOrange
A . J . Dimond
N ew Brunsw ick
A b rahamJ elin
N ew ark * MeyerC
. Ellenstein
N ew Mex ico L asVegas L ouisC. I lfeld
N ew York Buffalo J osephL . F ink
HermanWile
Elmira Benj aminF
. L ev y
N ew YorkCity
Edw ardL
. Bernays
HermanBernstein
Dav idM . Bressler
* MorrisR . Cohen
Dav idM . Heyman
T
o
fillv acancy.
HenryI ttleson
* Tofillv acancy .
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A rthurK
. K uhn
Herb ertH . L ehman
S olomonL ow enstein
A lex anderMarx
* L aw renceMarx
* HenryMoskow itz
* WalterW. Rothschild
* S amuelS alz man
HughG rantS traus
RogerW . S traus
S olomonM
. S troock
F elix M
. Warb urg
RalphWolf
Rochester HenryM . S tern
Troy * J osephG oodman
U tica S . J oshuaK ohn
N orthCarolinaG oldsb oro L ionelWeil
Ohio Canton * A . M . L untz
Toledo
S igmondS anger
P ennsylv ania
Braddock * MalcolmG oldsmith
Chester * N athanS peare
Erie I sadorS ob el
McK eesport * HermanL ev ine
P hiladelphia CyrusA dler
HoraceS tern
MorrisWolf
* A l . P aulL efton
RhodeI sland Woonsocket * A rthurI . Darman
S outhCarolina
Charleston S idneyRittenb erg,tosucceed
I . Blank
Tennessee
Chattanooga * S idneyMarks
K nox v ille * BenR . Winick
N ashv ille N athanCohn
Tex as
Beaumont * Benj aminBlum
G alv eston I saacH . K empner
I nthefollow ingcommunities,inw hichtheCommittee
receiv esitssupportfromlocalfederationsorw elfare
funds,thenominationsw eremadeb ytheBoardsofthose
organiz ations
A sisrequiredb ytheBy- L aw s,thesustainingmemb ers
w eregiv enanopportunitytomakeindependentnomina-
tions .
* Tofillv acancy .
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S TA TE CI TY
N OMI N EES
U tah
S altL akeCity * J ulianM . Bamb erger
Vermont Burlington
* S amuelL isman
Montpelier * E
. L . S egel
Virginia
P ortsmouth * J ulianM
. Blachman
Richmond I rv ingMay
S TA TE
California
CI TY
L osA ngeles
Oakland
S anF rancisco
N OMI N EES
L esterW
. Roth
B . L . Mosb acher
Max C. S loss
Michigan Detroit
J ulianH. K rolik
Minnesota Minneapolis
A rthurBrin
Missouri
K ansasCity
* G eorgeOppenheimer
S t . L ouis CharlesW
. Rice
A aronWaldheim
Ohio
Cincinnati
MurrayS easongood
Clev eland Edw ardM
. Baker
P ennsylv ania
Reading A lex . L . L uria
S cranton
* L eonM. L ev y
Tennessee Memphis
* L ouisL ev y
Tex as
Dallas J . K . Hex ter
Wisconsin
S heb oygan * G eorgeHolman
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Thenationalorganiz ationsw hichareaffiliatedw iththe
Committeedesignatedthefollow ingdelegatesfortheyear
1935 :
A MERI CA N J EWI S H
HI S TORI CA L S OCI ETY,A
. S . W.
Rosenb ach
B' RI THS HOL OM,
MartinO. L ev y,WilliamM
. L ew is
CEN TRA L CON F EREN CEOF A MERI CA N RA BBI S ,
S amuel
H
. G oldenson
CON F EREN CE COMMI TTEE OF
N A TI ON A L J EWI S H
WOMEN ' S ORG A N I Z A TI ON S ,
EstelleM . S ternb erger
COU N CI L OF YOU N G I S RA EL A N DYOU N G I S RA EL OR-
G A N I Z A TI ON S , Edw ardS . S ilv er
HA DA S S A H, Mrs . A . L amport,Mrs
. Dav iddeS olaP ool
HEBREWS HEL TERI N G A N DI MMI G RA N TA I DS OCI ETYOF
A MERI CA , J ohnL
. Bernstein,A b rahamHerman,
HarryF ischel,J acob Massel,A lb ertRosenb latt
I N DEP EN DEN TORDERB' RI THA BRA HA M,
Max S ilv er-
stein,S amuelG oldstein,L eonS anders,Max L . Hol-
lander
I N DEP EN DEN TORDERF REES ON S OF I S RA EL ,
S imonM .
G oldsmith
J EWI S HWEL F A REBOA RD,
J osephRosenz w eig
N A TI ON A L CON F EREN CEOF J EWI S HS OCI A L S ERVI CE,
F redM
. Butz el
N A TI ON A L COU N CI L OF J EWI S HWOMEN ,
Mrs . Maurice
L . G oldman
ORDEROF THEU N I TEDHEBREWBROTHERS ,
Max E .
G reenb erg
P ROG RES S I VEORDEROF THEWES T,A
. D . Bearman
RA BBI N I CA L A S S EMBL YOF THEJ EWI S HTHEOL OG I CA L
S EMI N A RYOF A MERI CA ,
EliasMargolis
U N I ON OF ORTHODOX
J EWI S H CON G REG A TI ON S OF
A MERI CA ,
Benj aminK oenigsb erg,WilliamWeiss
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U N I TED ROU MA N I A N J EWS OF A MERI CA , Herman
S peier,L eoWolfson
U N I TEDS YN A G OG U EOF A MERI CA , L ouisJ . Moss
WOMEN '
S BRA N CHOF THEU N I ON OF ORTHODOXJ EW-
I S HCON G REG A TI ON S OF A MERI CA , Mrs . J osephM
.
A sher
WOMEN ' S L EA G U EOF THEU N I TEDS YN A G OG U EOF
A MERI CA , Mrs . MosesHyamson,MissS arahK ussy,
Mrs . S amuelS piegel
YourCommitteetakespleasureinnominatingthefol-
low ingpersonsforMemb ership- at- L arge,toserv efor
oneyear
L ouisBamb erger,N ew ark
L eoM . Brow n,Mob ile
J acob Epstein,Baltimore
EliF rank,Baltimore
N . B . G oldstein,Milw aukee
A lb ertM . G reenfield,P hiladelphia
HiramS . Halle,N ew York
Herb ertJ . Hannoch,N ew ark
HaroldHirsch,A tlanta
WilliamL
. Holz man,Omaha
P hilipC . J oslin,P rov idence
J . J . K aplan,Boston
L ouisE . K irstein,Boston
F redL az arus,J r . ,Columb us
A lb ertC . L ehman,P ittsb urgh
S amuelD . L iedesdorf,N ew York
MonteM . L emann,N ew Orleans
A ustinT . L ev y,Harrisv ille,R . I .
Chas . J . L ieb man,N ew York
J ulianW . Mack,N ew York
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G eorgeZ . Medalie,N ew York
HenryMorgenthau,S r . ,N ew York
Reub enOppenheimer,Baltimore
MiltonJ . Rosenau,Boston
L essingJ . Rosenw ald,P hiladelphia
MorrisRothenb erg,N ew York
HenryS achs,ColoradoS prings
F redericW . Wile,Washington,D. C .
HenryWineman,Detroit
L eoWolman,N ew York
4
. A ctiv itiesofF ieldRepresentativ e
I nthespringof1933,Rab b iA b b aA b ramsv olunteered
todev otehisv acationtocarryingthemessageoftheCom-
mitteetoanumb erofcommunities . Theinterestdis-
playedinhisv isitsw assogratifyingthatthedecisionw as
madetohav eRab b iA b ramscontinuehisserv iceasa
memb eroftheCommittee' sstaff . Hisactiv itieshav ere-
sultedinaw iderdistrib utionofinformation,andinb ring-
ingtheprogramoftheCommitteetotheattentionof
communitiesinw hichtheCommitteehithertohadnorepre-
sentationormemb ership
.
Duringthepastyear,Rab b iA b ramsv isitedthe
follow ing111communitiesin2 5states,andtheDistrict
ofColumb ia :
A L A BA MA : Birmingham
CON N ECTI CU T : Bridgeport, Danb ury, Hartford, N ew Hav en,
N ew L ondon,S tamford,Waterb ury
DEL A WA RE
: Wilmington
DI S TRI CTOF COL U MBI A : Washington
F L ORI DA : Miami,J acksonv ille,Tampa
G EORG I A : A tlanta,Macon,S av annah,A ugusta
I L L I N OI S : P eoria,Moline,RockI sland
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8 7
I N DI A N A : I ndianapolis, S outhBend,TerreHaute
I ow A : Dav enport
L OU I S I A N A : N ew Orleans
MA I N E :
A ugusta,Bangor,G ardiner, L ew iston,P ortland,
Waterv ille
MA S S A CHU S ETTS : Boston,Brockton,Chelsea,F allRiv er,Hav -
erhill,L aw rence,L ow ell,L ynn,Malden,N ew Bedford,
P ittsfield,S omerv ille,S pringfield,Worcester
MI N N ES OTA : Duluth,Minneapolis,S t . P aul
MI S S I S S I P P I : J ackson,Meridian,Vicksb urg
MI S S OU RI : K ansasCity,S t. L ouis
N EWHA MP S HI RE : F ranklin,Manchester,N ashua,P ortsmouth
N EWJ ERS EY : A tlanticCity,Bayonne,Camden,Eliz ab eth,
Hob oken,J erseyCity,N ew Brunsw ick,N ew ark,P aterson,
P lainfield,Trenton,WestN ew York
N EWYORK : A lb any,Binghamton,Buffalo,Elmira,Mount
Vernon,N ew Rochelle,N iagaraF alls,P oughkeepsie,N ew -
b urgh,Rochester,S chenectady,S yracuse,U tica,Troy,
WhiteP lains,Yonkers
N ORTHCA ROL I N A
:
G reensb oro
OHI O : A kron,Cincinnati,Columb us,Toledo,Youngstow n
P EN N S YL VA N I A : A llentow n,Erie,Harrisb urg,Haz elton,L an-
caster,P ittsb urgh,S cranton,Wilkesb arre
RHODEI S L A N D : P rov idence
TEN N ES S EE : Memphis,N ashv ille,Chattanooga
VI RG I N I A : N ew portN ew s,N orfolk,Richmond,Roanoke,
P ortsmouth
WI S coN S I N : Madison,Milw aukee,S uperior
5
. RegionalConferencesandChicagoMeeting
To
makeitpossib leformemb ersoftheEx ecutiv eCom-
mitteeandofthestafftoaddressthememb ershipinaw ide
area,ontheprob lemsw ithw hichtheCommitteeisdealing,
andatthesametimetopermitmemb ersw hocouldnot
attendtheannualmeetingsw hichhav eb eenheldinN ew
YorkCity,tomeetw iththeofficersoftheCommitteeand
tooffercounselontheseprob lems,theCommitteearranged
sev eralconferencesduringtheyear1934 ,andalsoamid-
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yearmeetingofthecorporatememb ership . Thesecon-
ferencesw ereheldinthefollow ingcities,emb racingthe
territoryindicated
1
. A TL A N TA ,March11,1934 ,w ithrepresentativ esin-
v itedfromcommunitiesinthestatesofA lab ama,
F lorida,G eorgia,Mississippi,N orthCarolina,S outh
CarolinaandK entucky .
2 . N Ew ORL EA N S ,March2 5,1934 ,w ithrepresenta-
tiv espresentfromcommunitiesinthestatesof
L ouisiana,OklahomaandTex as
.
3 . N Ew YORK CI TY, March2 7,1934 ,w ithrepresenta-
tiv espresentfromcommunitiesinsoutheasternN ew
YorkandnorthernN ew J ersey
.
Themid- yearmeetingoftheCorporateMemb ership
w asheldinChicago,J une10 ,1934 ,w ithmemb ersand
guestsinv itedfromev erystate . A tthismeetingatotal
of2 93indiv iduals,from2 5states,w ereinattendance
.
6. S tateA dv isoryCouncils
I nv iew oftheintensifiedactiv ityandgrow thofthe
Committee,yourEx ecutiv eCommitteehasauthoriz edthe
creationofS tateA dv isoryCouncilsineachstate . The
memb ersoftheseCouncilsareb eingselectedfromamong
sustainingmemb ersw hohav eshow naninterestinthe
Committee' sw ork. Onrecommendationofthecorporate
memb ersinthedifferentstates .
7. ChangeofDateofA nnualMeeting
YourEx ecutiv eCommitteev otedtoholdtheA nnual
MeetingthisyearinJ anuary,1935,andsub mitsarecom-
mendationforrev isingtheb y- law stoprov idethathere-
aftertheA nnualMeetingsb eheldinthesamemonth
.
ReportoftheTreasurer
ReportoftheTreasurer
TotheMemb ersoftheA mericanJ ew ishCommittee :
Ourfiscalyearw hich,sincetheCommittee' sinceptionin
N ov emb er190 6,endedonOctob er31,1934 ,hasb een
changedtocoincidew iththecalendaryear,namelyfrom
J anuary1toDecemb er31 . Thisreportcov ersthefourteen
months' periodfromN ov emb er1,1933throughDecem-
b er31,1934 .
I hav eanauditedstatementofreceiptsandex penditures
forthisperiodw hichisattachedaspartofthisreportand
w hichw illb eincorporatedinallitsdetailsintheprinted
proceedingsofthemeeting .
Thefollow ingitemsrespectingthesourcesofourin-
comew illb eofinterest :
Roughlyspeaking,theCommitteeenj oysfiv esourcesof
income
1 . I ndiv idualmemb ers,- therew ere 2 ,732
suchindiv iduals,w hocontrib utedinthe
aggregate$ 10 5,8 15 . 58
2 . 36localorganiz ations,w hichcontrib uted
atotalof

1,397 . 59
3 . 2 1WelfareF undsandF ederations,w hich
contrib uted
9,70 4
. 32
4 . 4 3A ppropriationsmadethroughspecial
communitydriv esorappeals,giv inga
totalof 10 ,637 . 0 0
5 . 12 N ationalorganiz ations,inclusiv eof
foundations,fromw homw esecured 6,2 0 2 . 2 8
$ 133,756 . 77
I tw illalsob eofinteresttoknow that,geographically
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speaking,contrib utionsfromN ew YorkCityaggregated
$ 60 ,2 2 2 . 2 3 ; fromChicago,
$ 2 0 ,94 0 . 31 ; andthatthere-
maining $ 52 ,594 . 2 3 camefrom
2 8 7 othercommunitiesin
theU nitedS tates
.
A b udgethasb eenpreparedfortheEx ecutiv eCom-
mitteew hichcallsfor
$ 2 0 0 ,0 0 0 fortheyear
1935 . This
largeincreaseintheb udgetismadenecessaryb ythefact
thattheCommitteehasfounditdesirab letofinancecer-
tainv eryimportantandfar- reachingeducationalw ork
w hich,duringthepastyear,w asfinancedfrompriv ate
sources
. Thisfinancialassistancew asgiv enforthisw ork
inordertotestitsefficacyandtoafforditanopportunity
fordev elopingaprogram,w iththeunderstandingthat
shouldtheCommitteefindituseful,theCommitteew ould
b eex pectedtoob tainthefundsnecessaryforitscontinua-
tionandex pansion . Theresultsofthew orkhav eb een
gratifying,and,conv incedoftheimportanceofcarrying
iton,theCommitteehasgladlyassumedthisadditional
b urden,confidentthatourfriendsandmemb ersthrough-
outthecountryw illcheerfullycontrib utetheadditional
fundsnecessary .
I cannotclosethisreportw ithoutex pressingourdeep
appreciationtoourCommitteeMemb ersandotherfriends
throughoutthecountryfortheirfinecooperationinaug-
mentingthesupportoftheircommunities . I amgrateful
tothememb ersoftheEx ecutiv eCommitteew how ere
notonlyex ceptionallygenerousintheircontrib utions
b utalsoenlistedthegeneroussupportofnumerous
friends .
A sincerew ordofappreciationhasalsob een
meritedb yoursecretary,Mr
. Waldman,andthememb ers
ofhisstaff,especiallyMessrs
. S chneidermanandWallach
andRab b iA b b aA b rams,ourfieldrepresentativ e
. By
ReportoftheTreasurer

9
3
hiseffectiv eorganiz ationofthisw ork,ourS ecretaryhas
aidedtheTreasurergreatlyinthev eryimportanttaskof
ob tainingfundsindispensab letotheCommitteeforits
div ersifiedactiv ities .
Welookforw ardconfidentlytoaugmentedcooperation
onthepartofourmemb ersandfriendsinallpartsofthe
country .
Respectfullysub mitted,
S A MU EL D . L EI DES DORF ,
Treasurer .
A ppendix
REP ORT
OF THEA U DI TOR
J anuary4 ,1935
TheA mericanJ ew ishCommittee
171MadisonA v enue
N ew YorkCity
G entlemen
I naccordancew ithyourinstructions,I hav eex amined
theb ooksandaccountsoftheA mericanJ ew ishCommit-
tee,forthefourteenmonths' periodb eginningN ov emb er
1,1933andendedDecemb er31,1934
. Thisw asmade
necessaryb yreasonofachangeinthefiscalyearofyour
Committee,w hichformerlyendedonOctob er31st,b ut
w hichhasnow b eenchangedtocoincidew iththecalendar
year .
Theresultsofthisw orkarepresentedintheaccom-
panyingEx hib itsandS chedules,asfollow s
EXHI BI T
" A " - BalanceS heet- G eneralF und- asat
Decemb er31,1934 .
EXHI BI T " B" - S tatementofI ncomeandEx pensesfor
thefourteenmonthsendedDecemb er
31,1934
.
S cheduleB- 1
S tatementofI ncomefromF ederations
andF oundations.
B- 2
S tatementofI ncomefromCommunity
A ppeals
.
B- 3
S tatementofOperationandMainte-
nanceEx penses- G eneralOffice .
B- 4
S tatementofA mericanJ ew ishYear
BookEx penses .
94
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95
EXHI BI T " C" - Balance S heet- L ouis MarshallF und
asatDecemb er31,1934 .
EXHI BI T " D" - BalanceS heet- S pecialF undforEdu-
cationalP rogramasatDecemb er31,
1934 .
Thecashonhandw asv erifiedb yactualcount ; thecash
ondepositw iththeManufacturersTrustCompanyw hich
includedtheTreasurer' saccount,theRegularaccount,and
theS pecialaccount,andtheamountsondepositinthe
EmigrantsS av ingsBank,I rv ingS av ingsBankandBank
forS av ingsw ereconfirmedb ycertificatessub mittedb y
theb anks. Thecashdisb ursementsw erev erifiedb y
com-
parisonw ithv oucherssub mitted .
I hereb ycertifythattheb alancesheetsmarkedEx hib it
" A ," Ex hib it" C" andEx hib it" D" andtheaccompanying
statementofI ncomeandEx pensesmarkedEx hib it" B"
areinagreementw iththeb ooksandinmyopinionare
properlydraw nsoastoreflectthetruefinancialcondition
oftheCommittee,atDecemb er31,1934 anditsactiv ities
forthefourteenmonths' periodthenended .
Respectfullysub mitted,
( S igned) M .
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Ex hib it" A "
G EN ERA L F U N D
BA L A N CES HEET- A S A TDECEMBER31,1934
A S S ETS
CA S H ON DEP OS I T
ManufacturersTrustCompany

$ 5,30 4 . 38
CA S HON HA N D
P ettyCashF und 50 . 0 0
F U RN I TU RE&F I XTU RES
A tCost

5,92 1 . 33
L ess : Reserv eforDepreciation
2 ,0 8 6 . 65
N etBookValue3,8 34 . 68
L oansReceiv ab le
75. 0 0
OTHER A S S ETS
F iv eU nitsofCertificateN o . 51
" TheS horeland" - Chicago-
BookValue
1 . 0 0
DEF ERREDCHA RG ES
I nsuranceU nex pired 64 . 67
TOTA L A S S ETS $ 9,32 9 . 73
L I A BI L I TI ES
A ccruedEx penses $ 68 9. 8 9
TOTA L L I A BI L I TI ES 68 9
. 8 9
G EN ERA L F U N DS U RP L U S
S urplus- N ov emb er1,1933 $ 1,397 . 72
A dd : Ex cessofI ncomeov erEx pensesfor
14 MonthsEndedDecemb er31,1934
afterprov idii . gforReserv eandEdu-
cationalP rogram- Ex hib it" B" 7,2 4 2 . 12
G EN ERA L F U N DS U RP L U S - DECEMBER31,1934

$ 8 ,639. 8 4
Ex hib it" B"
S TA TEMEN TOF I N COMEA N DEXP EN S ES
I N COME
I N COMEF ROMMEMBERS
S ustainingMemb ers$ 2 3,10 3 . 35
Contrib utingMemb ers64 9 . 55
TotalI ncomefromMemb ers$ 2 3,752 . 90
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of the A uditor

97
I ncomeb roughtforw ard $ 2 3,752 . 90
I N COMEF ROMOTHERS OU RCES
F ederationsandF oundations- S cheduleB- 1 17,794 . 32
CommunityA ppeals- S cheduleB- 2 2 5,72 3 . 4 3
S pecialI ndiv idualContrib utions 66,4 76
. 12
L iquidatingDistrib utionof$ 2 pershare-
" TheS horeland" 10 . 0 0
TotalI ncomefromOtherS ources 110 ,0 0 3. 8 7
TOTA L I N COME- A L L
S OU RCES
EXP EN S ES A N DRES ERVES
OperationandMaintenanceEx penses -
S cheduleB- 3 $ 8 2 ,32 9 . 8 7
A mericanJ ew ishYearBookEx penses-
S cheduleB- 4 3,752 . 2 8
S pecialContrib utionsandA ppropriations . . 15,4 32 . 50
$ 133,756 . 77
TOTA L EXP EN S ES 10 1,514 . 65
EXCES S OF I N COMEOVEREXP EN S ES $ 32 ,2 4 2 . 12
L essS pecialReserv eF undforEducational
P rogram2 5,0 0 0 . 0 0
Ex cessofI ncomeov erEx pensesandReserv es

$ 7,2 4 2 . 12
S cheduleB- 3
S TA TEMEN TOF OP ERA TI ON A N DMA I N TEN A N CE
EXP EN S ES - G EN ERA L OF F I CE
S A L A RI ES
:
S ecretarialandOffice1,131 . 18
ResearchandL ib rary

7,0 58 . 0 5
Total
$ 4 8 ,18 9 . 2 3
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Ex pensesb roughtforw ard
$ 4 8 ,18 9 . 2 3
OTHEREXP EN S ES
RentandL ightofOffice
3,50 3 . 8 8
P ostage- CurrentMail
2 ,662 . 0 4
S tationeryandP rintingincluding2 7thA n-
nualReport 2 ,539
. 92
TelephoneandTelegraph
1,2 0 2 . 90
Clippings
1,337 . 4 5
BooksandP eriodicals
1,2 66 . 8 4
Ex ecutiv eandG eneralMeetingEx penses . . 1,715 . 8 1
L egalandA uditingF ees10 0 . 0 0
RepairingandMaintainingOfficeEquipment 8 5
. 4 7
I nsurance10 7 . 39
S torageofOfficeRecords 2 0 0 . 4 7
DepreciationofF urnitureandF ix tures 550 . 52
Trav elingEx penses
L ondonConference3,2 50 . 0 0
A llOther
5,637 . 4 6
Total
8 ,8 8 7. 4 6
Memb ershipCampaignEx penses
54 5 . 8 2
MultigraphingandMailing,includingsal-
aries
4 ,0 37 . 90
P amphletP rinting
3,4 4 6 . 0 3
Tax onChecks
2 0 . 0 2
RentalofTypew riters
78 . 0 0
K ohlerMemorial
76 . 2 3
MiscellaneousOfficeEx penses$ 1,776 . 4 6
TOTA L OP ERA TI ON A N DMA I N TEN A N CE
EXP EN S ES - G EN ERA L OF F I CE 2 ,32 9 . 8 7
S cheduleB- 4
S TA TEMEN TOF A MERI CA N J EWI S HYEA RBOOK
EXP EN S ES
EditorialS erv ice $ 1,660 . 0 0
OfficeS alary 1,94 6 . 69
Miscellaneous4 4 5 . 59
TOTA L A MERI CA N J EWI S HYEA R
BOOK
EXP EN S ES
$ 3,752 . 2 8
Ex hib it" E"
RES ERVEF U N DF OREDU CA TI ON A L P ROG RA M
BA L A N CES HEET- DECEMBER31,1934
A S S ETS
CA S HON DEP OS I T
ManufacturersTrustCo
$ 2 5,0 0 0 . 0 0
REP RES EN TI N G
Reserv eF undforEducationalP rogram
. . . . $ 2 5,0 0 0 . 0 0
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Ex hib it" D"
L ouis MA RS HA L L F U N D
BA L A N CES HEET- DECEMBER31,1934
A S S ETS
CA S HON DEP OS I T
EmigrantI ndustrialS av ingsBank $ 7,634 . 4 7
I rv ingS av ingsBank 3,2 36 . 15
BankforS av ings4 ,4 61 . 0 7
TOTA L A S S ETS
$ 15,331 . 69
REP RES EN TI N G
L ouisMarshallF undS urplus - Balance -
N " v emb er1,1933 $ 14 ,94 2 . 18
A dd : I nterestonBankBalances38 9 . 51
TOTA L L OU I S MA RS HA L L F U N DS U RP L U S -
DECEMBER 31,1934 $ 15,331 . 69
A ddressb y
N ev illeL aski,Esq
. ,K . C .
A DDRES S BYN EVI L L EL A S K I ,K
. C.
P resident,BoardofDeputiesofBritishJ ew s
Mr
. Chairman,L adiesandG entlemen :
I littlethought,w henI metDr
. A dlerrecentlyatameet-
ingoftheBoardofDeputies,thatI should,notmany
monthsafterw ard,hav ethepriv ilegeofhav ingyourA n-
nualMeetingfix edsothatI couldattend
. I amgladI at-
tendedformorethanonereason . You,representativ esof
theA mericanJ ew ry,hav esooftencometoEnglandandto
theContinenttoconsultw ithusandgiv eustheadv antage
ofyourex perienceandw isecounsel,andsov eryrarely
hav ew ereciprocatedb ycomingtoyoutoplaceoursmall
ex perienceandintelligenceatyourdisposal
. A ndI hope
thatcominginmyofficialcapacityw iththefullconsentand
approv alofthoseov erw homI preside,mayestab lisha
traditionofmorefrequentmutualinterchangeofv isits .
I thinkthatitisappropriatethatatthismeetingI should
ob serv eoneortw oofthethingstow hichDr . A dlerhas
referredinhisdistinguishedaddress
. Thefirstmatter
w hichI chooseforreferenceisthemov ementforaso-
calledWorldJ ew ishCongress
. Thisisnotanew idea
anditisamatterw hich,ifyouw illforgiv emeforstress-
ingit,concernsthoseofusw holiv eintheOldWorld
rathermorethanyouw holiv eintheN ew World,b ecause
w eareneareracenterofstormandagitationthanyou .
A ndI thinksometimestheproponentsofthatideainthis
greatcountry,hav eadetachmentfromtheEuropeanscene
w hichmakesthemalittlelessinformedandalittleless
capab leofj udgingoftheev ilimplicationsthatw illinour
opinioninev itab lyfollow .
10 3
10 4 The A mericanJ ew ishCommittee
Wehav e,notonlyinEnglandb utinHolland,Belgium,
andF rance,fournotunimportantcommunitiesoftheOld
WorldJ ew ishcommunities,consideredthisquestion . A nd
w ehav econsidereditandI chosemyadj ectiv escarefully
intendingthatfullw eightshallb egiv entothequalityof
eachofthem- w ehav econsideredthisquestionimperson-
allyandw ehav econsidereditintellectually . I hav eread,
sofarasI couldlayhandsuponit,alltheliteratureand
speeches,andtheyhav eb eenv oluminous,w hichhav eb een
adv ancedb ythosew hofav orthisidea
. I hav enodoub t
therearecertainlimitationsw hichalaw yer' strainingim-
posesuponhisab ilityintellectuallytograspthings
. I can
onlysaythatI feelthatsometimesthelanguageofad-
v ocacyonthepartofthepeoplew how ishforthisWorld
J ew ishCongress,lacksconcretenessandprecisionand
seemssometimestocomefromalyricalcloudlandrather
tL antob elongtoaw orldofrealityinw hich,fortunately
orunfortunately,w eliv e .
Thissummer,w ew ereagaininv itedb yoneofthemost
persuasiv eandcompetentadv ocatesofthisidea,Dr . G old-
mann,toadheretoit,andheaddressed a speciallyar-
rangedmeetinginP aris,w hichMr . Waldmanattended .
' Therew erepresentatthatmeetingoutstandingrepresen-
tativ esoftheEnglish,Dutch,Belgian,andF renchcom-
munities,approachingtheprob lemfromex actlytheb asis
I hav eindicated,anditw asoncemoreunhesitatingly
turneddow n . Wew erethenaskedtosendob serv ersto
- themeeting,andw eturnedthatdow ntoob ecausew ew ere
notpreparedtob eliev ethatw eshouldalterfromourpoint
ofv iew ; ifw etriedtoretainourqualityofob serv ersw e
w ouldv erysoonb etranslatedintoadherents .
I hav eonlyheardDr. A dlerreadw hatI amsureisthe
consideredv iew oftheA mericanJ ew ishCommittee . I
A ddress b y N ev ille L aski, K . C .

10 5
b eliev eittob etheconsideredv iew ofthemaj orityofright
thinkingA mericanJ ew s . I tiscertainlythev iew ofthose
countriesI hav ementioned,andiftheA mericanJ ew ish
Committeeandtheaccreditedheadsofthefourgreat
communitiesI hav ementioned,refusetoadheretothis
WorldJ ew ishCongress,itseemstomeitw illb esomew hat
ofafarcetocontinuew iththeidea .
Wearealw aysprepared,ofcourse,toconsideranyfresh
argumentsthatw illb eputforw ard . I don' tb eliev ethere
areanyfresharguments . Thematterhasb eenpendingso
longthatw ehav eprob ab lyex haustedsuchintellectuality
ascouldb eb roughtintothedeb ate . Butiftherearenew
argumentsletthemb eb roughtforw ardnow andw eare
alw aysstrongenoughtochangeourminds . ButI do
feel,comingfromEurope,fromtheOldWorldtothe
N ew ,thatI cansaythatI w ouldregardit,andmyfriends
w ouldregardit,asadisasterthatthisideashouldgo
forw ard . I nsofarastheproofofthepuddingisinthe
eating,letmesaythis
:
J ew sandnon- J ew shav estudied
w ithcarew hatisgrandiloquentlycalledtheprotocolsof
thethreepreliminaryconferencesorcongressesthathav e
takenplaceatG enev a. I saynothing,infactI sayev ery-
thingforthequalityoftheoratory,assheeroratory,
w hichdistinguishedthoseproceedings,b utI hav eyetto
find,aftercarefulscrutiny,thatthereemergedfromeith-
erofthemonesingleconstructiv eideathathasadv anced
inanyw ayanyofthemanyprob lemsthatharassus .
I alsow anttosaythis . I tmayb ew ithintheknow ledge
ofsomeofyouthatI hav esomew hatw anderedab outthe
earthduringthelasttw oyearsinpursuanceofmyproper
b usinessaspresidentoftheBoard,andChairmanofthe
J ointF oreignCommittee,andI w asatG enev aduringthe
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lastassemb lyof. theL eague,andI cansayfrommyow n
responsib ilityandknow ledgethattherew asarepresenta-
tiv eofagreatpow erw horefusedtoseemeandacertain
otherpersonw ithw homI w asw orkingatthattime,b e-
causeoftheoffensehetookab outaspeechmadeb yacer-
tainindiv idualatthelastmeetingoftheWorldJ ew ish
Conference.
J ew soughtnotinlargemeasuretodealw iththesedeli-
catequestionsinv olv ingperhapstheliv esoffellow - J ew s,
unlesstheyhav eacertaintechnicaltraininginthesemat-
ters,w hichispainfullyacquired,andI say,alsow ithde-
lib eration,thatmyex perienceisthatpub licb usinessisnot
transactednormallyatpub licmeetings.
I amproudalsotob ehereforanotherreason . Ev er
sincetheestab lishmentoftheA mericanJ ew ishCommittee,
youhav eb eenthecorrespondents,thev aluedcorre-
spondentsofourselv es,oftheF rench,oftheBelgians,and
oftheDutch,andw ehav eretainedthatcorrespondence
forthisreason,iffornoother,thatyouspeakinthesame
tempoasw edo . Yourapproachtoyourprob lemsandto
ourw orldJ ew ishprob lemisthesameasours . Wehav e
noob j ectionw hatev er,indeedw ehav econtactsthesame
asyourselfw hichw ev alue,w ithotherb odies,including
theA mericanJ ew ishCongress. Werespecttheirpoint
ofv iew andknow theyw illrespectours,b utw emustb eg
leav etodiffer,andagreetodifferb ecauseourapproachis
anentirelydifferentapproach .
I don' tthinkmyself,andI sayitw ithemphasis,that
themererepetitionofprotestsisofanyrealv alue . I tis
ofv alueperhapsassatisfyingtheemotionalurgethatis
w ithinourselv es,b utifyoucry" Wolf! " toooftenpeople
b egintodisregardit . A ndw ehav efound,inEnglandat
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10 7
anyrate,w hichisrathernearertoG ermanythanA merica,
thatprotestsb yJ ew s,w hilsttheymaysatisfy- andI am
suretheydosatisfy,b ecauseonehasseenthesatisfaction
radiatinginthefaces of oratorsandaudiences- w hilethey
dosatisfytheemotionoftheJ ew sw hogetupthemeeting,
serv enousefulpurpose,andw efeltthatameetingthat
w asheldatQ ueensHallunderthechairmanshipofL ord
Buckmaster,addressedb ytheA rchb ishop,theheadofthe
freechurches,andtheheadoftheCatholiclaityofEng-
land,w asafarmoredistinguishedcontrib utiontothe
causeoftheG ermanJ ew s .
Ofcourse,thev iew thatI putforw ardI know isnot
ev eryb ody' sv iew ,b utw edoendeav ortoputforw ardthese
v iew simpersonally,w ithoutheat .
I w ouldliketofeel
thattherecouldb eunificationofJ ew ishaffairsev ery-
w here . WeinEnglandareaunifiedcommunity
. Weare
aconstitutionalb odyw hichofcoursehastheadv antageof
alonghistorydatingb ackto1760 ,andI w ouldliketogiv e
youaninstance,ifI may,ofthemischiefoftheseinter-
nationalassemb lies . WeinEuropehav eb eenmuchop-
pressedb yw hatareknow nasthe" P rotocolsoftheElders
ofZ ion . " TheG ermanG ov ernment,w hichhasunlimitab le
meansforev erythingex ceptthehonorab ledischargeof
herdeb ts,hasspentmillionsofmarksinsendingthose
protocolsintoalmostev erycountry of Europe,including
thetw olib eral- mindedS candinav iancountries,andonan
ignorantandcredulouspopulationtheyhav ehadav ery
considerab leeffect,andsolongastheN az iregimeandits
presentintensityofJ ew - hatredandJ ew - b aitingcontinues,
solongw ithgreaterintensityw illtheN az iregimepropa-
gatethatperniciousdoctrinethatthereisaninternational
politicalJ ew ry .
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Canyouatthistime,w hatev ermayb etheproprietyof
anothertime- canyouconceiv eofanythingmoreinthe
natureofplayingintothehandsofyourenemythande-
lib eratelytoerectthev eryinternationalpoliticalassemb lies
w hichyouareatpainstodenyex ist? I tseemstomethat
ifyouw anttoestab lish,insteadofdis- estab lish,thev alid-
ityoftheprotocolsasb einganex emplarofthetypeof
organiz ationsecretiv eintheJ ew ishcommunity,w iththe
ob j ectsthatareindicatedasb eingtheob j ectsofthe
learnedEldersofZ ion,thatyoucouldn' tchooseamore
speedyormoreeffectiv emethodofsav ingtheG erman
G ov ernmentmoneyandgiv ingthepopulationofEurope
theproofofthatw hichtheG ermanG ov ernmentalleges .
Tomeitisav eryrealthing . I b eliev eininternational
conference,b utI b eliev eininternationalconferencew ithin
limits,andI b eliev einitproportionedtotheusethatcan
b emadeofinternationalconference .
I tisknow nthatfromtimetotimerepresentativ esofthe
J ew ry,hav ingacommonprob lemandfeelingthatmeeting
facetofacew illb efarmoreadv antageousthantheex -
changeofletters,domeet . I hav eattendedmany . I am
sureDr . A dlerinhislonganddistinguishedcareerhas
attendedmanyalso . How ev er,tohav ethisformofcon-
tinuoussessionseemstometob eaw asteoftime,aw aste
ofmoney,andaw asteofsuchsafetyasremainstothe
J ew ishpeople . I tisallv eryw ellhav ingconferencesin
relationtospecificprob lemssuchasP alestineandrelief,
b utitisamuchdifferentthingtohav eunlimitedand
formalconferencesrelatingtopoliticalaffairs
. Oneknow s
ab outtheP ow ersatconferencesrelatingtopoliticalaf-
fairs,thatw hatev ertheymaydointheopennooneb eliev es
thattheopenstatementisanythinglikethemeasureofthe
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factsw hichlieb eneaththesurface
. A ndthesamething
w illb esaidofus .
I feelv erystronglyonthissub j ect,asaEuropeanJ ew ,
andsodomanyothersofmyfriends
. I hopeyoufeelj ust
asstronglyandcometoarealiz ationofthesedangers . I
know thattherearemanyJ ew sinEasternEurope- and
b eliev emethatnoonew hohasseenthemastheyliv ecan
helpb uthav esympathyforthemintheconditionsin
w hichtheyliv e- w hoyearntohav esomeofthatfree
ex pressionw hichtheyareunab letogetintheirow ncoun-
try .
Wecansympathiz ew iththatw ish,b utw ecannot
sub mittoitinaffairsrelatingtow orldJ ew ryandtothe
ob ligationsofcitiz enshipinourrespectiv ecountries
.
Thisw orldcongressideamustb eresisted
. Wemust
playnopartinit,andI feelthatw emust,asplainlyas
possib le,giv ethereasonsw hichinduceustorefusetotake
part .
Wehav einEngland- w herethequestionhasnot
aiseninquitesopressingaform- giv enapub lic,reasoned
statementofourattitude .
I endb ysayingthatitw ouldb eimpertinentofmeto
interferew ithregardtoamatterofpurelyA merican,
domesticJ ew ishpolitics .
I hav enotdonethatb ecause
thedifferencesb etw eentheA mericanJ ew ishCongressand
theA mericanJ ew ishCommitteearemattersuponw hich,
ifI mayuseanA mericanismw hichI hav eacquiredsince
I hav eb eenhere,I donotproposetopass
. I amnot
goingtohanddow nanyj udgmentonthat
; thatisyour
b usiness,notmine
. Butt! - edifferenceb etw eentheA meri-
canJ ew ishCommitteeandtheA mericanJ ew ishCongress
onthematteroftheWorldJ ew ishCongressismyb usiness
andEurope' sb usinessasmuchasyours
.
OnthisI am
entitledtospeakandI hav espoken .
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ThereisonlyonemorethingI w anttosay .
I hav ehadsomeconsiderab letimeincontactw ithMr
.
Waldmanandtheothersassociatedw ithhim,andI hav e
b eenmuchimpressed,ifI mayb epermittedtosayso,as
onew hoisheadinanothercountryofalargeoffice,w ith
theefficiencyw ithw hichitisconducted
. A ndI mayb e
a schnorrer
onb ehalfoftheA mericanJ ew ishCommittee,
b utifyouw antyourorganiz ationtofunctionyoumust
prov idethefuelandoilw herew ithitfunctions . Work
cannotb edoneinthisspherew ithoutmoneyandI do
humb lyagreew ithw hatDr
. A dlersaidthatsooftenw e
aredealingw ithintangib les
. WhatI hav eseenofthe
w orkoftheA mericanJ ew ishCommitteefillsmew ithad-
mirationandincertainaspectsw ithenv y,andI dohope
itw illhav etheunstintedsupportnotonlyofthislarge
audience,b utofthelargercommunityoutside
.
A ctofI ncorporation
By- L aw s
A CTOF I N CORP ORA TI ON
A N A crtoincorporatetheA mericanJ ew ishCommittee .
Becamealaw March16,1911,w iththeapprov al of
the
G ov ernor . P assed,three- fifthsb eingpresent . S ec . 3
amendedin1930 .
TheP eopleoftheS tateofN ew York,represented in
S enateandA ssemb ly,doenactasfollow s :
S ec . 1 . MayerS ulz b erger,J ulianW . Mack,J acob H .
Hollander,J uliusRosenw ald,CyrusA dler,HarryCutler,
S amuelDorf,J udahL . Magnes,J acob H
. S chiff,I sador
S ob el,CyrusL . S ulz b erger,A . L eoWeilandL ouisMar-
shall,andtheirassociatesandsuccessors,arehereb ycon-
stitutedab odycorporate,inperpetuity,underthename
ofTheA mericanJ ew ishCommittee ; andb ythatname
shallpossessallofthepow ersw hichb ythegeneralcor-
porationlaw areconferreduponcorporations,andshall
b ecapab leoftaking,holdingandacquiring,b ydeed,gift,
purchase,b equest,dev ise,orb yj udicialorderordecree,
anyestate,realorpersonal,intrustorotherw ise,w hich
shallb enecessaryorusefulfortheusesandpurposesof
thecorporation,totheamountofthreemillionsofdollars
.
S ec . 2 . Theob j ectsofthiscorporationshallb e,topre-
v enttheinfractionoftheciv ilandreligiousrightsofJ ew s,
inanypartofthew orld ; torenderalllaw fulassistance
andtotakeappropriateremedialactionintheev entof
threatenedoractualinv asionorrestrictionofsuchrights,
orofunfav orab lediscriminationw ithrespectthereto ; to
secureforJ ew sequalityofeconomic,socialandeduca-
tionalopportunity ; toallev iatetheconsequencesofper-
secutionandtoaffordrelieffromcalamitiesaffecting
J ew s,w herev ertheymayoccur ; andtocompassthese
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endstoadministeranyrelieffundw hichshallcomeinto
itspossessionorw hichmayb ereceiv edb yit,intrustor
otherw ise,foranyoftheaforesaidob j ectsorforpurposes
comprehendedtherein .
S ec . 3
. Theb usinessandaffairsofsaidcorporationshall
b econductedb yab oardofnotlessthanfifteenormore
thanthirty,* tob eknow nastheEx ecutiv eCommittee. The
memb ersoftheEx ecutiv eCommitteeshallb ediv ided
intothreeclasses,thefirstofw hichshallholdofficeuntil
J anuaryfirstnineteenhundredandthirty- one,thesecond
foroneyearthereafter,andthethirdfortw oyearsthere-
after,andsuchmemb ersoftheEx ecutiv eCommitteeas
mayb ehereafteraddedtosaidCommitteeshallinlike
mannerb eapportionedtosaidthreeclasses
. A ttheex -
pirationofthetermofanymemb eroftheEx ecutiv e
Committeehissuccessorshallb eelectedforthetermof
threeyears
. A llv acanciesw hichmayoccurinsaidEx -
ecutiv eCommitteeshallb efilleduntiltheensuingyear
b ysaidCommittee . A nannualelectionforthememb ers
ofsaidEx ecutiv eCommitteeshallb eheldatsuchtime
andinsuchmannerasshallb efix edb ytheb y- law snow
inforceorhereafteradoptedb ysaidEx ecutiv eCommit-
tee .
A quorumofsaidEx ecutiv eCommitteeshallb e
fix edb ytheBy- L aw s,b utnoBy- L aw shallb eadopted,
amendedorrepealedw ithoutthepresenceofamaj ority
ofthememb ersofsaidCommitteeforthetimeb eing
;
prov ided,how ev er,thattheBy- L aw sw ithrespectto
memb ershipinthecorporationshallnotb ealtered,rev ised
oramendedex ceptasprov idedinsectionfourofthisact .
S ec . 4 . Thememb ersofsaidcorporationshallconsist
ofthepersonsw hoshallb edesignatedandchosenfor
* A b illamendingtheChartertoincreasethisnumb ertofiftyisnow pending .
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1 1 5
memb ershipb ysuchmethodormethodsandb ysuchor-
ganiz ations,societiesandnominatingb odiesasshallb e
prov idedinBy- L aw stob eadoptedforthatpurposeb y
theEx ecutiv eCommittee,suchBy- L aw sb eing,how ev er,
sub j ecttoalteration,rev isionoramendmentatanyregu-
larmeetingofthememb ersofthecorporationorata
meetingcalledforsuchpurpose ; prov idedthatthirty
days' noticeb egiv enoftheproposedchangeandthatsuch
alteration,rev isionoramendmentshallb ecarriedb ya
maj orityofatleasttw entyv otes ; andnototherw ise .
S ec . 5 . Thisactshalltakeeffectimmediately .
BY- L A WS
I .
MEMBERS OF THEG EN ERA L COMMI TTEE
TheCorporatememb ersoftheCommittee,w hofor
purposesofconv enienceshallb eknow nastheG eneral
Committee,shallb eofthreeclasses
ClassA . CommunityRepresentativ es
.
ClassB . DelegatesfromN ationalJ ew ishorganiz ations .
ClassC
. Memb ers- at- large .
I I .
MEMBERS OF CL A S S A
1 . CommunityRepresentativ esshallb echosenfor
threeyearsandshallb eapportionedinaccordancew ith
theJ ew ishpopulationofthev ariouscitiesandstatesof
thecountry,asestimated,fromtimetotime,b ytheS ta-
tisticalDepartmentoftheCommittee,onthefollow ing
b asis,tow it : F oreachcityw ithaJ ew ishpopulationof
from1,0 0 0 to2 0 ,0 0 0 souls,onerepresentativ e ; foreach
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cityw ithaJ ew ishpopulationof2 0 ,0 0 0 soulsorov er,up
to10 0 ,0 0 0 ,tw orepresentativ es
; forcitiesw ithaJ ew ish
populationov er10 0 ,0 0 0 ,onerepresentativ eforeach
2 5,0 0 0 upto1,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 ,andonerepresentativ eforeach
10 0 ,0 0 0 thereafter
; foreachstatehav ingnocitiesw itha
J ew ishpopulationof1,0 0 0 orov er,onerepresentativ e .
2
. CommunityRepresentativ esshallb eelectedb ythe
S ustainingMemb ersresidingineachcityentitledtoa
representativ e,orinsuchstatesashav enocitiesentitled
torepresentation,inthemannerdescrib edinS ection3
ofthisarticle,ex ceptthatinthosecitiesinw hichthe
Committeederiv esitssupportfromlocalfederations,the
b oardsofdirectorsofsuchfederationsshallelectthecom-
munityrepresentativ es ;
prov ided,how ev er,thattheex -
istingmemb ershipoftheCommitteeb enotaffecteduntil
thetermsforw hichtheyhav eb eenelectedshallhav e
ex pired,andprov ided,further,thatw herev erthplanof
apportionmentdescrib edinS ection1callsfortheelection
ofrepresentativ esinadditiontothosew hoarememb ers
oftheCommitteeatthetimethisBy- L aw isadopted,
suchadditionalmemb ersshallb eelectedforoneyearb y
theEx ecutiv eCommittee,b utthereaftertheyshallb e
electedinaccordancew iththeproceduredescrib edin
S ection3ofthisarticle
.
3
. CommunityRepresentativ estofillv acanciesorto
succeedMemb ersw hosetermsex pireuponthedateof
theensuingA nnualMeetingshallb eelectedinthefollow -
ingmanner
: TheEx ecutiv eCommitteeshallappointa
N ominatingCommitteeoffourteencorporatememb ers
.
N otlaterthanthefirstofOctob erofeachyear,theN om-
inatingCommitteeshall,b ymail,notifyS ustainingMem-
b ersthatnominationsareinorder,sub mittinglistsofthe
By- L aw s
117
ex istingorprospectiv ev acancies,togetherw ithalistof
personsw homitnominatestofillsuchv acancies
. The
S ustainingMemb ersshallb einv itedtomakenominations
in
theirrespectiv eCommunities,otherthanthosepro-
posedb ytheN ominatingCommittee,eachsuchinde-
pendentnomineetob esecondedb yatleasttw oS ustaining
Memb ersresidentinthecommunity
. A fterthew illing-
nessofthenomineestoserv ehasb eenascertained,the
independentnomineeshav ingb eeninformedofthenames
ofthecandidatesoftheN ominatingCommittee,ab allot
foreachcityorstateb earingthenamesofallnominees
w hohav eacceptedthenominationshallb esentb ymail,not
laterthanDecemb er1,toeachS ustainingMemb er,w ho
shallb einv itedtoindicatehispreferenceandtoreturn
theb allottotheofficeoftheCommittee
. Theb allotshall
indicatew hichnomineeshav eb eenselectedb ytheN om-
inatingCommitteeandw hichb yindependentnomination
andshallb ereturnedb ythev oterinasealedenv elope
marked : " BA L L OTcastb y
of
City S tate . "
Thepollsshallb eclosedat10 A . M . onthedayofthe
A nnualMeeting,w hentheenv elopesshallb eopenedand
theb allotscanv assedpub liclyb ytellersappointedb ythe
presidingofficer
. Thepersonreceiv ingapluralityofthe
v otescastforacommunityrepresentationshallb ede-
claredelected
. I ncaseofatieb etw eentw oormorecan-
didates,theA nnualMeetingshallelectonefromamong
thepersonssotied .
I I I . MEMBERS OF CL A S S B
1 . Memb ersofClass
B shallb echosenb ytheN ational
J ew ishorganiz ationsforoneyearoruntiltheirsuccessors
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arechoseninsuchmannerastheorganiz ationsshalldeter-
mineandtosuchnumb erasissetforthb elow ,itb eing
recommendedthatallselectionsformemb ershipinthe
A mericanJ ew ishCommitteemadeb ythenationalorgani-
z ationsb eratifiedatthenex tfollow inggeneralmeeting
ofsuchorganiz ations .
2 . EachJ ew ishnationalorganiz ationshallhav eone
representativ eformemb ersupto10 ,0 0 0 ,asecondrepre-
sentativ eforthenex t2 0 ,0 0 0 ,athirdforthenex t2 5,0 0 0 ,
andsoon,atthesameratio .
I V. MEMBERS OF CL A S S C
Memb ersofClassCshallb eelectedforoneyearatthe
A nnualMeetingoftheA mericanJ ew ishCommitteeupon
nominationoftheEx ecutiv eCommitteethereof . This
Classshallatnotimeex ceedthirtyinnumb er .
V . S U S TA I N I N G MEMBERS
A llpersonsw homakeanannualcontrib utionforthe
supportoftheCommitteeamountingtofiv edollarsor
ov ershallb edesignatedasS ustainingMemb ers,and
shall,aslongastheyareingoodstanding,b eentitledto
receiv eregularreportsoftheactiv itiesoftheCommittee,
andtonominateandv oteforDistrictMemb ersaspro-
v idedinA rticleI I I ,S ection3
.
VI . OF F I CERS
TheOfficersoftheG eneralCommitteeshallb eaP res-
ident,tw oVice- P residentsandaTreasurer,electedfrom
amongandb ytheCorporatememb ers,andaS ecretary
w honeednotb eamemb eroftheG eneralCommittee,and
w hoshallb eelectedb ytheEx ecutiv eCommittee,unless
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1 1 9
otherw iseordered . Theofficersshallserv eforoneyearor
untiltheirsuccessorsareelected .
VI I . EXECU TI VECOMMI TTEE
1 . TheG eneralCommitteeshallelectnotmorethan
forty- six memb ers,w hotogetherw iththefourofficers, to
w it,theP resident,Vice- P residentsandTreasurer,shall
constitutetheEx ecutiv eCommittee,one- thirdofthemem-
b ershipofw hichshallconstituteaquorumforthetransac-
tionofb usiness .
2 . TheEx ecutiv eCommitteeshall,w henev eritshall
deemitadv isab le,reportitsproceedings,orsuchpart
thereofasitshalldeterminetothememb ersoftheG en-
eralCommitteeb ymailandshallrenderacompletereport
ofallmattersconsideredandactedupon,attheA nnual
MeetingoftheCommittee . S pecialcommitteesmayb e
designatedb ytheEx ecutiv eCommitteefromtheb odyof
theG eneralCommittee,w hichspecialcommitteesshall
reporttotheEx ecutiv eCommitteefromtimetotime .
VI I I . MEETI N G S
1 . A statedmeetingoftheG eneralCommitteeshallb e
heldannuallyinJ anuaryattheCityofN ew York,un-
lesstheEx ecutiv eCommitteeintheirdiscretiondetermine
otherw ise . S pecialmeetingsshallb ecalleduponthew rit-
tenrequestoftw enty- fiv ememb ersoftheG eneralCom-
mitteeormayb ecalledb ytheEx ecutiv eCommitteeofits
ow nmotion. Tw enty- onememb ersshallconstitutea
quorumoftheG eneralCommittee .
2 . RegularmeetingsoftheEx ecutiv eCommitteeshall
b eheldatleastthreetimesayear . S pecialmeetingsof
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theEx ecutiv eCommitteemayb eheldattheinstanceof
thechairmanorattherequestofthreememb ersofthat
Committee
. .
3 . N oticeofspecialmeetingsoftheG eneralCommittee
oroftheEx ecutiv eCommitteeshallb egiv enb ymailor
telegraphtothememb ers,statingasnearlyaspossib le,
w ithinthediscretionoftheEx ecutiv eCommittee,thepur-
poseforw hichthemeetingiscalled .
I X. OF F I CES
TheprincipalofficeoftheG eneralCommitteeshallb e
estab lishedintheCityofN ew York,andotherofficesand
agenciesmayb eestab lishedoutsideofN ew Yorkasthe
G eneralCommitteeortheEx ecutiv eCommitteemayfrom
timetotimedeemnecessary .
X. A MEN DMEN TS
TheseBy- L aw s,ex ceptaslimitedb ytheCharter,shall
b esub j ecttoalteration,rev isionoramendmentatany
regularmeetingoftheG eneralCommitteeoratameeting
thereofcalledforsuchpurpose,prov idedthatthirtydays'
noticeb egiv enoftheproposedchange,andthatthemo-
tionforamendmentb ecarriedb yamaj orityofatleast
tw entyv otes .
L ists
CorporateMemb ersb yS tates,Etc
.
CorporateMemb ersA lphab etically
A rranged
L I S TOF CORP ORA TEMEMBERS BYCL A S S ES
ClassA . - CommunityRepresentativ es
S TA TES A N D
CI TI ES
( A ccording toP lanA doptedonDecemb er6,1931)
N O. OF
REP ' S

REP RES EN TA TI VES


12 3
TERMS
A L A BA MA
BI RMI N G HA M MiltonH . F ies 1936
MON TG OMERY L ucienL oeb
1937
A RI Z ON A
P HOEN I X 1
A RK A N S A S
L I TTL EROCK I CharlesJ acob son 1936
CA L I F ORN I A
L ON G BEA CH 1 Harv eyB . F ranklin 1938
L os A N G EL ES 2
M . J . F inkenstein 1938
HarryA . Hollz er
1936
L esterW . Roth 1938
OA K L A N D 1 B . L . Mosb acher 1938
P A S A DEN A 1
S A CRA MEN TO 1
S A N DI EG O
1 J acob Weinb erger 1938
S A N F RA N CI S CO
2 J esseH . S teinhart 1936
Max C . S loss 1938
S TOCK TON 1
COL ORA DO
DEN VER 1 CharlesRosenb aum 1938
P U EBL O 1
CON N ECTI CU T
A N S ON I A 1
BRI DG EP ORT 1 TheodoreE . S teib er
1937
DA N BU RY 1 N athanS piro
1936
HA RTF ORD
2 Benj aminL . Haas 1936
I sidoreWise 1937
MERI DEN 1
N EWBRI TA I N
1
MorrisD . S ax e 1938
N EWHA VEN 2
S
. F rederickWetz ler 1938
N EWL ON DON
1
Ez ekielS pitz
1938
N ORWA L K 1
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* I ncludeRockI sland,andMoline,I ll
. ,andDav enport,I ow a .
S TA TES A N D

N O. OF
CI TI ES

REP S
CON N ECTI CU T- Continued
REP RES EN TA TI VES TERMS
N ORWI CH
1
S TA MF ORD 1 A b rahamWofsey
1938
WA TERBU RY I P hilipN . Bernstein
1937
DEL A WA RE
WI L MI N G TON 1 A aronF inger 1936
DI S TRI CTOF
COL U MBI A
WA S HI N G TON I S imonL yon 1937
F L ORI DA
J A CK S ON VI L L E I MortonR . Hirschb erg 1938
MI A MI 1 D
. J
. A pte 1938
P EN S A COL A 1 J . M . Edrehi 1937
TA MP A I ErnestMaas 1938
G EORG I A
A TL A N TA 1 L eonardHaas 1937
S A VA N N A H 1 EdmundH . A b rahams 1936
I DA HO
BOI S E 1 L eoJ . F alk 1937
I L L I N OI S
CHI CA G O 13 Max A dler 1936
J amesH . Becker
1936
J osephL
. Block 1936
A b elDav is 1936
J amesDav is 1936
Max Epstein 1936
MiltonS . F lorsheim 1938
A lfredK . F oreman 1938
A . RichardF rank 1938
BernardHorw ich 1937
S olK line
1936
A lb ertD . L asker 1937
J acob M . L oeb 1936
F rankL . S ulz b erger 1938
EA S TS T. L OU I S
1
OA K P A RK 1
P EORI A 1
W. B . Woolner 1938
ROCK I S L A N D
( Tri- Cities* )
1
A b rahamW . G ellman 1936
WA U K EG A N
1
DistrictMemb ers

1 2 5
S TA TES A N D

N O. OF
CI TI ES

REP ' S
I N DI A N A
REP RES EN TA TI VES
TERMS
EVA N S VI L L E 1
Max DeJ ong
1936
F ORTWA YN E
1
MauriceRosenthal 1936
G A RY 1
L ouisH
. G lueck 1938
HA MMON D
1
I N DI A N A P OL I S 1
CharlesS terneRauh 1937
S olS
. K iser 1936
S OU THBEN D
1
TERREHA U TE
1 L ouisBrow n
1938
I OWA
DES MOI N ES
1
EugeneMannheimer 1937
MA S ON CI TY
1 S amRaiz es
1938
S I OU XCI TY
1 A dolphM . Dav is
1937
DA VEN P ORT
( seeRock
I sland, I ll . )
K A N S A S
K A N S A S CI TY
1 J osephCohen
1938
K EN TU CK Y
L OU I S VI L L E
1 F redL ev y
1936
L OU I S I A N A
N EWORL EA N S 1
RalphJ . S chw arz 1936
S HREVEP ORT
1 A . B . F reyer
1936
MA I N E
BA N G OR
1 MichaelP ilot
1938
P ORTL A N D
1
MA RYL A N D
BA L TI MORE
2 J acob H . Hollander
1937
S idneyL ansb urgh 1938
MA S S A CHU S ETTS
BEVERL Y 1
BOS TON
2 A . C
. Ratshesky 1937
J amesS olomont
1938
F elix Vorenb erg
1936
BROCK TON 1
BROOK L I N E
1 HarryL ev i
1937
CA MBRI DG E
1
CHEL S EA
2 MauriceTob ey 1938
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S TA TES A N D

N O. OF
CI TI ES

REP ' S
MA S S A CHU S ETTS - Continued
REP RES EN TA TI VES TERMS
F A L L RI VER 1
N athanYamins 1936
HA VERHI L L
1
L ouisHartman 1936
HOL YOK E 1 Benj aminEv arts 1936
L A WREN CE 1 A lex anderL . S iskind 1936
L OWEL L 1 MauriceBarlofsky 1936
L YN N
1
HenryYoz ell 1937
MA L DEN
1
I . I . K otz en 1936
N EWBEDF ORD 1 P . H . Viskind 1937
P EA BODY
1 ElihuA . Hershenson 1936
P I TTS F I EL D
1 G eorgeN ew man 1937
Q U I N CY
1 J osephB . G rossman 1936
REVERE 1
S A L EM 1
Max G oldb erg 1938
S OMERVI L L E 1
HymanJ . Routtenb erg 1936
S P RI N G F I EL D 1
HenryL asker 1937
WI N THROP 1
WORCES TER
1 J osephTalamo
1938
MI CHI G A N
DETROI T 2
HenryM . Butz el 1936
J ulianH . K rolik 1938
I sadoreL ev in 1936
F L I N T
1
G RA N DRA P I DS 1 P hilipF . Waterman 1938
HI G HL A N DP A RK
1
MI N N ES OTA
DU L U TH
1
Edw ardA . S ilb erstein
1938
MI N N EA P OL I S 2 A rthurBrin 1938
J osephH . S chanfeld 1937
S T
. P A U L 1 I saacS ummerfield 1937
MI S S I S S I P P I
VI CK S BU RG 1 BenH . S tein 1937
MI S S OU RI
K A N S A S CI TY 2 S ig . Harz feld 1937
G eorgeOppenheimer 1936
S T. J OS EP H 1 HarryBlock 1937
S T. L ouis 2 CharlesM . Rice 1938
A aronWaldheim 1938
MON TA N A
BU TTE
1 J osephWeinb erg 1936
DistrictMemb ers
12 7
S TA TES A N D
CI TI ES
N O. OF
REP ' S REP RES EN TA TI VES
TERMS
N EBRA S K A
L I N COL N 1 N athanJ . G old 1937
OMA HA 1 HarryA . Wolf 1937
N EVA DA
REN O 1 S amuelP latt 1937
N EWHA MP S HI RE
MA N CHES TER 1 Edw ardM. Chase 1936
N EWJ ERS EY
A S BU RYP A RK 1
A TL A N TI CCI TY 1
J osephB . P erskie 1938
BA YON N E 1
BL OOMF I EL D 1
CA MDEN 1
Benj aminN atal
1937
EA S TORA N G E 1
A . J . Dimond
1938
EL I Z A BETH 1
HOBOK EN 1
I RVI N G TON
1
J ERS EYCI TY 1
HarryG oldow sky 1936
L I N DEN
1
L ON G BRA N CH 1
N EWBRU N S WI CK 1
A b rahamJ elin 1938
N EWA RK 2
MeyerC . Ellenstein
1938
S amuelK essler 1937
ORA N G E
1
P A S S A I C
1
P A TERS ON 2
P hilipDimond 1937
P ERTHA MBOY 1
I saacA lpern 1937
P L A I N F I EL D 1
WilliamN ew corn 1936
S OU THORA N G E 1
TREN TON 1
P hillipF orman 1936
U N I ON
1
WES THOBOK EN
1
WES TN EWYORK
1
WOODBI N E
1
N EWMEXI CO
L A S VEG A S
1 L ouisC. I lfeld
1938
N EWYORK
A L BA N Y 1
BI N G HA MTON 1 C. R
. Rosenthal 1936
BU F F A L O
2 J osephL . F ink 1938
EugeneWarner 1936
HermanWile 1938
EL MI RA
1 Benj aminF . L ev y 1938
F A L L S BU RG H
1
12 8

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S TA TES A N D

N O. OF
CI TI ES

REP ' S REP RES EN TA TI VES TERMS


N EW
YORK - Continued
G L OVERS VI L L E
1
K I N G S TON
1
L YN BROOK
1
MON TI CEL L O 1
MOU N TVERN ON 1
N EWROCHEL L E
1 OscarHeyman 1938
N EWBU RG H 1
BertramA . S troock 1938
N EWYORK CI TY
4 8 Benj aminA ltheimer 1936
S imonBergman 1937
Edw ardL . Bernays
1938
HermanBernstein
1938
Dav idM . Bressler 1938
Dav idA
. Brow n 1936
MorrisR . Cohen
1938
A b ramI . Elkus 1937
Wm. F ischman 1937
N ormanS . G oetz
1937
S amuelH . G oldenson
1937
S . S . G oldw ater
1937
HenryS . Hendricks 1937
Dav idM . Heyman 1938
S tanleyM . I saacs
1936
HenryI ttleson 1938
J osephJ . K lein 1936
A rthurK . K uhn 1938
A rthurM . L amport 1936
Edw ardL az ansky 1937
Herb ertH . L ehman 1938
I rv ingL ehman 1937
EdgarA . L ev y 1937
HarryE . L ew is 1936
A dolphL ew isohn 1937
Wm. L ieb ermann 1936
S olomonL ow enstein 1938
J amesMarshall 1936
A lex anderMarx 1938
L aw renceMarx 1938
I sidoreD
. Morrison 1937
HenryD . Moskow itz
1938
G eorgeW . N aumb urg 1936
CarlH . P forz heimer 1937
J osephM . P roskauer 1937
HaroldRiegelman 1936
S TA TES A N D

N O . OF
CI TI ES

REP ' S
District Memb ers

12 9
REP RES EN TA TI VES

TERMS
N EWYORK
CI TY- Continued
J amesN . Rosenb erg
1937
S amuelI . Rosenman
1937
WalterN . Rothschild 1938
S amuelS alz man 1938
WolfgangS . S chw ab acher
1937
BernardS emel
1936
F redM . S tein
1937
I . M . S tettenheim
1937
HughG rantS traus
1938
RogerW . S traus
1938
L ew isL
. S trauss 1937
S olomonM . S troock
1938
F elix M . Warb urg
1938
RalphWolf 1938
N I A G A RA F A L L S 1
P EEK S K I L L 1
P OU G HK EEP S I E 1
ROCHES TER
2 MortimerA dler 1936
HenryM . S tern 1938
S CHEN ECTA DY
1 L ew isL urie 1936
S YRA CU S E
1 Benj aminS tolz 1936
TROY 1
J osephG oodman 1938
U TI CA
1
S . J oshuaK ohn 1938
WHI TEP L A I N S
1 P . I rv ingG rinb erg 1937
YON K ERS
1
N ORTHCA ROL I N A
G OL DS BORO
1 L ionelWeil 1938
N ORTHDA K OTA
F A RG O
1 D . M . N aftalin 1936
OHI O
A K RON
1
CA N TON
1 A . M . L untz 1938
CI N CI N N A TI
2 S amuelA ch 1936
Dav idP hilipson 1936
MurrayS easongood 1938
CL EVEL A N D
2 Edw ardM . Baker 1938
E
. S . Halle
1937
CL EVEL A N DHEI G HTS
1
COL U MBU S
1
DA YTON
1 MiltonC
. S tern 1937
TOL EDO 1 S igmondS anger 1938
YOU N G S TOWN 1 HermanRitter 1938
130 TheA mericanJ ew ishCommittee
S TA TES A N D
CI TI ES
OK L A HOMA
N O . OF
REP ' S REP RES EN TA TI VES TERMS
OK L A HOMA CI TY S . K . Bernstein 1937
TU L S A N athanA ppleman 1937
OREG ON
P ORTL A N D 1 J uliusL . Meier 1936
P EN N S YL VA N I A
A L L EN TOWN 1 WilliamHarris 1937
A L TOON A 1 I saiahS cheeline
1936
BETHL EHEM 1
BRA DDOCK 1
MalcolmG oldsmith 1938
CHES TER 1
N athanS peare 1938
EA S TON
1
ERI E
1 I sadorS ob el 1938
HA RRI S BU RG 1 G ustav K aplan
1937
HA Z EL TON 1
HOMES TEA D 1
J OHN S TOWN 1
N elsonA . Elsasser 1937
L A N CA S TER , 1
H . Elins 1937
MCK EES P ORT 1
HermanL ev ine 1938
P HI L A DEL P HI A 11
CyrusA dler
1938
J ustin P . A llman
1936
J acob Billikopf 1937
J osephL . K un 1937
A l . P aulL efton 1938
B. L
. L ev inthal 1937
How ardA . L oeb 1937
VictorRosew ater
1937
HoraceS tern 1938
Morris Wolf 1938
P I TTS BU RG H 2
Edgar J . K aufmann 1936
I rv in F . L ehman 1937
P orrsv I L L E 1
REA DI N G i A . L . L uria 1938
S CRA N TON 1 L eonM . L ev y 1938
U N I ON TOWN 1
WI L K ES - BA RRE 1 J . K . Weitz enkorn 1936
RHODEI S L A N D
P ROVI DEN CE 2 A rchib aldS ilv erman 1937
WOON S OCK ET
I A rthur I . Darman 1938
S OU THCA ROL I N A
CHA RL ES TON I
S idneyRittenb erg
1938
DistrictMemb ers
131
S TA TES A N D
CI TI ES
N O. OF
REP S
REP RES EN TA TI VES TERMS
S OU THDA K OTA
S ioux
F A L L S 1
TEN N ES S EE
CHA TTA N OOG A 1
S idneyMarks 1938
K N OXVI L L E
1
BenR . Winick 1938
MEMP HI S
1 L ouisL ev y
1938
N A S HVI L L E
1 N athanCohn
1938
TEXA S
BEA U MON T
1
Benj aminBlum 1937
DA L L A S 1
J . K . Hex ter
1937
EL P A S O 1
MauriceS chw artz 1937
F ORTWORTH 1 U . M
. S imon 1936
G A L VES TON 1 I saacH. K empner
1938
HOU S TON
1 N athanH. Colish
1936
S A N A N TON I O
1 J akeK arotkin 1938
WA CO 1 A lex . H . S anger
1938
U TA H
S A L TL A K ECI TY 1 J ulianH. Bamb erger 1938
VERMON T
BU RL I N G TON 1
S amuelL isman 1936
MON TP EL I ER 1
E. L . S egel 1936
VI RG I N I A
N EWP ORTN EWS
1 Rob ertD. Binder 1937
N ORF OL K
1
P ORTS MOU TH
1 J ulianM . Blachman 1938
RI CHMON D
1 Edw ardN . Calisch 1937
I rv ingMay
1938
ROA N OK E
1 MorrisL . Masinter 1937
WA S HI N G TON
S EA TTL E 1
EmanuelRosenb erg 1936
S P OK A N E 1
TA COMA 1
WES TVI RG I N I A
CHA RL ES TON
1
HU N TI N G TON
1 Dav idG ideon 1936
L ouisHorkheimer 1937
WI S CON S I N
MA DI S ON 1
( Wheeling)
S . B . S chein
1936
MI L WA U K EE 2 J osephL . Baron
1938
Max W. G ottschalk 1938
S HEBOYG A N 1 G eorgeHolman 1938
S U P ERI OR 1
WYOMI N G 1
132

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ClassB . - DelegatesfromN ational J ew ishOrganiz ations*
A MERI CA N J EWI S HHI S TORI CA L S OCI ETY, A . S . W. Rosenb ach
BRI THS HOL OM, MartinO. L ev y,WilliamM . L ew is
CEN TRA L CON F EREN CEOF A MERI CA N RA BBI S , MorrisN ew field
CON F EREN CECOMMI TTEEOF N A TI ON A L J EWI S HWOMEN
'
S OR-
G A N I Z A TI ON S , EstelleM . S ternb erger
THEF REES ON S OF I S RA EL , S imonM. G oldsmith
HA DA S S A H, Mrs. Dav iddeS olaP ool,Mrs . A rthurM . L amport
HEBREWS HEL TERI N G A N DI MMI G RA N TA I DS OCI ETYOF A MERI CA ,
J ohnL . Bernstein,HarryF ischel,A b rahamHerman,J acob
MasselandA lb ertRosenb latt
I N DEP EN DEN TORDERB' RI THA BRA HA M,
S amuelG oldstein,Max L .
Hollander,L eonS andersandMax S ilv erstein
J EWI S HWEL F A REBOA RD, J osephRosenz w eig
N A TI ON A L CON F EREN CEOF J EWI S HS OCI A L WORK , F redM . Butz el
N A TI ON A L COU N CI L OF J EWI S HWOMEN ,
Mrs . MauriceL . G old-
man
ORDEROF THEU N I TEDHEBREWBROTHERS , Max E
. G reenb erg
P ROG RES S I VEORDEROF THEWES T, A . D . Bearman
RA BBI N I CA L A S S EMBL YOF THEJ EWI S HTHEOL OG I CA L S EMI N A RYOF
A MERI CA , EliasL
. Margolis
U N I ON OF ORTHODOXJ EWI S HCON G REG A TI ON S OF A MERI CA , Ben-
j aminK oenigsb ergandWilliamWeiss
U N I TEDS YN A G OG U EOF A MERI CA , L ouisJ . Moss
WOMEN
' S BRA N CHOF THEU N I ON OF ORTHODOXJ EWI S HCON -
G REG A TI ON S OF A MERI CA ,
Mrs . J osephM . A sher
WOMEN ' S L EA G U EOF THEU N I TEDS YN A G OG U EOF A MERI CA , Mrs.
MosesHyamson,MissS arahK ussyandMrs
. S amuelS piegel
- ThetermofDelegatesisoneyear,oruntiltheirsuccessorsarechosen
.
ClassC
. - Memb ers- at- L arge*
L ouisBamb erger,N ew ark
L eoM . Brow n,Mob ile
J acob Epstein,Baltimore
EliF rank,Baltimore
N . B
. G oldstein,Milw aukee
A lb ertM. G reenfield,P hiladelphia
HiramS . Halle,N ew York
Herb ertJ
. Hannoch,N ew ark
HaroldHirsch,A tlanta
WilliamL . Holz man,Omaha
P hilipC
. J oslin,P rov idence
J . J . K aplan,Boston
L ouisE. K irstein,Boston
F redL az arus,J r . ,Columb us
A lb ertC. L ehman,P ittsb urgh
S amuelD . L eidesdorf,N ew York
MonteM
. L emann,N ew Orleans
A ustinT . L ev y,Harrisv ille,R . I .
Chas . J
. L ieb man,N ew York
J ulianW . Mack,N ew York
G eorgeZ
. Medalie,N ew York
HenryMorgenthau,S r
. ,N ew York
Reub enOppenheimer,Baltimore
MiltonJ . Rosenau,Camb ridge
L essingJ . Rosenw ald,P hiladelphia
MorrisRothenb erg,N ew York
HenryS achs,ColoradoS prings
F redericW . Wile,Washington,D
. C .
HenryWineman,Detroit
L eoWolman,N ew York
' ThetermofMemb ers- at- L argeisone
year .
DistrictMemb ers

133
ALPHABETICALLISTOFCORPORATE
MEMBERS
CLASS
EdmundH
.Abrahams,CommercialBldg .,Sav annah,G a . A.
SamuelAch,817WalnutSt .,Cincinnati,O.
A.
CyrusAdler,2041N .BroadSt
.,Philadelp hia,Pa . A.
MaxAdler,30W .WashingtonSt
.,Chicago,Ill. A.
MortimerAdler,2AdlerPlace,Rochester,N
.Y . A.
JustinP.Allman,15 22ChestnutSt
.,Philadelp hia,Pa . A.
IsaacAlp ern,PerthAmboyTrustCo
.,PerthAmboy,N .J .
A.
BenjaminAltheimer,25 BroadSt .,NewY orkCity
A.
NathanAp p leman,P.O
.Box1221,Tulsa,Okla .A.
D.J .Ap te,P.O
.Box288,Miami,Fla .A.
Mrs .Josep hM
.Asher,225 CentralParkWest,NewY ork
City

B.
EdwardM.Baker,U nionTrustBldg .,Clev eland,O.
A.
JulianH.Bamberger,P.O.Box837,SaltLakeCity,U tahA
.
LouisBamberger,602CentreSt
.,So.Orange,N .J . C.
MauriceBarlofsky,Lowell,Mass .A
.
Josep hL.Baron,2419 E
.KenwoodBlv d.,Milwaukee,Wisc . A.
A.D.Bearman,816ExchangeBldg
.,Memp his,Tenn. B.
JamesH
.Becker,100So .LaSalleSt .,Chicago,Ill
. A.
SimonBergman,745 FifthAv
.,NewY orkCity
A.
EdwardL.Bernays,1WallSt
.,NewY orkCity A.
HermanBernstein,2West86thSt
.,NewY orkCity
A.
JohnL
.Bernstein,29 9 Broadway,NewY orkCity
B.
Philip N
.Bernstein,Waterbury,Conn.
A.
S.K
.Bernstein,1721PetroleumBldg
.,OklahomaCity,Okla . A.
JacobBillikop f,316BankersTrustBldg .,Philadelp hia,Pa.
A.
RobertD
.Binder,FirstNationalBankBldg .,Newp ort
News,Va . A.
JulianM
.Blachman,604HighSt .,Portsmouth,Va . A.
HarryBlock,310Kirkp atrickSt .,St .Josep h,Mo.A
.
Josep hL
.Block,FirstNationalBankBldg .,Chicago,Ill . A.
BenjaminPlum,381CollegeSt
.,Beaumont,Texas A.
Dav idM.Bressler,75 MaidenLane,NewY orkCity
A.
ArthurBrin,600WashingtonAv
.,N .,Minneap olis,Minn.A
.
Dav idA
.Brown,212FifthAv e .,NewY orkCity
A.
LeoM.Brown,P.O
.Box5 9 3,Mobile,Ala . C.
LouisBrown,5 18WabashSt
.,TerreHaute,Ind . A.
FredM.Butz el,FirstNationalBankBldg
.,Detroit,Mich. B.
HenryM.Butz el,FirstNationalBankBldg
.,Detroit,Mich . A.
EdwardN
.Calisch,3104MonumentAv
.,Richmond,Va .

A.
135
1 3 6

TheAmericanJewishCommittee
CLASS
EdwardM.Chase,115 6ElmSt
.,Manchester,N .H. A.
Josep hCohen,711HuronBldg .,KansasCity,Kans .
A.
MorrisR.Cohen,85 4W .181stSt .,NewY orkCity
A.
NathanCohn,StahlmanBldg
.,Nashv ille,Tenn .A.
NathanH.Colish,3217HamiltonSt .,Houston,Texas

A.
ArthurI.Darman,P.O.Box30,Woonsocket,R.I.
A.
AbelDav is,69 W.WashingtonSt .,Chicago,I11 .
A.
Adolp hM.Dav is,CommerceBldg .,SiouxCity,Ia .
A.
JamesDav is,1400MilwaukeeAv .,Chicago,Ill .
A.
MaxDeJong,304MainSt.,Ev ansv ille,Ind .
A.
A.J .Dimond,67S.MunnSt .,EastOrange,N .J .A.
Philip Dimond,189 DerromAv .,Paterson,N
.J .

A.
J .M.Edrehi,AmericanNationalBankBldg.,Pensacola,Fla .
A.
H.Elins,9 17W.WalnutSt .,Lancaster,Pa . A.
AbramI.Elkus,40WallSt .,NewY orkCity
A.
MeyerC.Ellenstein,Newark,N .J .
A.
NelsonA.Elsasser,c/oNathan&Bro .Dep t .Store,
Johnstown,Pa .
A.
JacobEp stein,25 32EutawPlace,Baltimore,Md . C.
MaxEp stein,230S.ClarkSt .,Chicago,Ill
.
A.
BenjaminEv arts,316HighSt .,Holyoke,Mass ._

A.
LeoJ .Falk,Boise,Idaho A.
MiltonH.Fies,So .RailwayBldg .,Birmingham,Ala
. A.
AaronFinger,4060DuPontBldg.,Wilmington,Del . A.
Josep hL.Fink,5 9 9 DelewareAv .,Buffalo,N .Y . A.
11 .J .Finkenstein,205 So .Broadway,LosAngeles,Cal . A.
HarryFischel,276FifthAv .,NewY orkCity B.
WilliamFischman,9 6G randSt .,NewY orkCity A.
MiltonS.Florsheim,5 41W .AdamsSt .,Chicago,Ill . A.
AlfredK .Foreman,134S.LaSalleSt .,Chicago,Ill . A.
Phillip Forman,U .S.DistrictCt .,Trenton,N .J . A.
A.RichardFrank,120S
.LaSalleSt .,Chicago,Ill . A.
EliFrank,2007Sulgrav eAv .,Mt.Washington,Baltimore,Md
.C.
Harv eyB
.Franklin,2130FloridaSt .,LongBeach,Cal . A.
A.B.Freyer,FirstNationalBankBldg .,Shrev ep ort,La .

A.
AbrahamW.G ellman,204129 thAv e
.,RockIsland,Ill . A.
Dav idG ideon,435 13thAv e,Huntington,W
.Va . A.
LouisH.G lueck,13thandBroadway,G ary,Ind. A.
NormanS.G oetz ,11Broadway,NewY orkCity
A.
NathanJ .G old,G oldandCo
.,Lincoln,Nebr . A.
MaxG oldberg,173WashingtonSt
.,Salem,Mass . A.
SamuelH.G oldenson,1East65 thSt .,NewY orkCity

A.
Alp habetical List of Corp orate Members

137
CLASS
Mrs.MauriceL.G oldman,1175 ParkAv .,NewY orkCity
HarryG oldowsky,23WarnerAv .,JerseyCity,N .J .

A.
MalcolmG oldsmith,Braddock,Pa .

A.
SimonM.G oldsmith,25 7W .9 3rdSt .,NewY orkCity

B.
N .B.G oldstein,39 10No .LakeDriv e,Milwaukee,Wis .

C.
SamuelG oldstein,5 9 9 BedfordAv e .,Brooklyn,N .Y .

B.
S.S.G oldwater,320CentralParkWest,NewY orkCity

A.
Josep hG oodman,TibbettsAv e .,Troy,N .Y .

A.
MaxW .G ottschalk,19 61N .SummitAv e .,Milwaukee,Wisc.

A.
MaxE.G reenberg,220W.42ndSt .,NewY orkCity

B.
AlbertM.G reenfield,200Bankers' TrustBldg.,Phila-
delp hia,Pa . C.
P.Irv ingG rinberg,608FifthAv e .,NewY orkCity A.
Josep hB.G rossman,19 G lendaleRd
.,Q uincy,Mass .

A.
BenjaminL.Haas,15 2StateSt .,Hartford,Conn. A.
LeonardHaas,CandlerBldg .,Atlanta,G a .
A
E.S.Halle,SwetlandBldg .,Clev eland,O. A
HiramS.Halle,5 0Broadway,NewY orkCity
C.
HerbertJ
.Hannoch,17AcademySt .,Newark,N .J .
C.
WilliamHarris,c/oHessBros
.,Allentown,Pa. A.
LouisHartman,Hav erhill,Mass .
A.
Sig.Harz feld,11thandMainSts .,KansasCity,Mo
. A.
HenryS.Hendricks,25 3Broadway,NewY orkCity C.
AbrahamHerman,69 WoosterSt .,NewY orkCity
B.
ElihuA
.Hershenson,9 MainStreet,Peabody,Mass . A.
J .K.Hexter,420Linz Bldg
.,Dallas,Texas A.
Dav idM.Heyman,25 BroadSt .,NewY orkCity
A.
OscarHeyman,26SlocumSt
.NewRochelleN .Y . A.
HaroldHirsch,HurtBldg .,Atlanta,G a .
C.
MortonR.Hirschberg,P.O.Box1035 ,Jacksonv ille,Fla . A.
JacobH.Hollander,JohnsHop kinsU niv ersity,Baltimore,Md
.A.
MaxL.Hollander,37E
.7thSt .,NewY orkCity B.
HarryA.Hollz er,311FederalBldg
.,LosAngeles,Cal
.
A
G eorgeHolman,19 44N .7thSt .,Sheboygan,Wisc. A.
WilliamL.Holz man,9 00No .Hap p yHollowBlv d .,Omaha,
Neb . C.
LouisHorkheimer,Wheeling,W .Va . A.
BernardNorwich,2301S.PaulinaSt
.,Chicago,111 . A.
Mrs
.MosesHyamson,65 E.9 6thSt .,NewY orkCity

B.
LouisC.Ilfeld,P.O.Box15 06,LasVegas,N .M.
A.
StanleyM.Isaacs,5 05 FifthAv .,NewY orkCity A.
HenryIttleson,1ParkAv .,NewY orkCity

A.
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CLASS
CharlesJacobson,LittleRock,Ark
.
A.
AbrahamJelin,5 ElmRow,NewBrunswick,N
.J .A
.
Philip C
.Joslin,100Haz ardAv e
.,Prov idence,R.1 . C.
G ustav Kap lan,25 18N .2ndSt
.,Harrisburg,Pa .
A.
J.J
.Kap lan,161Dev onshireSt
.,Boston,Mass . C.
JakeKarotkin,217W
.CommerceSt
.,SanAntonio,Tex . A.
EdgarJ .Kaufmann,5 thandSmithfieldSts
.,Pittsburgh,Pa
. A.
IsaacH.Kemp ner,G alv eston,Texas
A.
SamuelKessler,9 ClintonSt .,Newark,N
.J .
A.
LouisE
.Kirstein,Wm .FileneSons&Co
.,Boston,Mass . C.
SolS.Kiser,3736WashingtonBlv d
.,Indianap olis,Ind
. A.
Josep hJ
.Klein,19 W .44thSt
.,NewY orkCityA
.
SolKline,StrausBldg
.,Chicago,Ill
.
A.
BenjaminKoenigsberg,9 9 NassauSt
.,NewY orkCity
B.
S.JoshuaKohn,1607G eneseeSt
.,U tica,N .Y .
A.
I.I.Kotz en,35 4MainSt
.,Malden,Mass .
A.
JulianH
.Krolik,310E.JeffersonAv
.,Detroit,Mich.
A.
ArthurK
.Kuhn,14E.75 thSt
.,NewY orkCity
A.
Josep hL
.Kim,BankersTrustBldg
.,Philadelp hia,Pa . A.
MissSarahKussy,5 9 TreacyAv e
.,Newark,N
.J .

B.
AlbertD.Lasker,9 19 N
.MichiganAv e .,Chicago,Ill
.

A.
ArthurM.Lamp ort,44PineSt
.,NewY orkCity
A.
SidneyLansburgh,15 16BaltimoreTrustBldg
.,Baltimore,Md
.A.
Mrs .ArthurM.Lamp ort,5 9 0WestEndAv e
.,NewY orkCityB
.
HenryLasker,310MainSt .,Sp ringfield,Mass
.

A.
EdwardLaz ansky,BoroughHall,Brooklyn,N
.Y .

A.
FredLaz arus,Jr .,HighandTownSts
.,Columbus,O.
Al
.PaulLefton,1617Pennsylv aniaBlv d
.,Philadelp hia,Pa.

A.
AlbertC
.Lehman,BlawKnoxCo .,Pittsburgh,Pa
.

C.
HerbertH.Lehman,16WilliamSt
.,NewY orkCity

A.
Irv ingLehman,36W
.44thSt
.,NewY orkCity

A.
Irv inF
.Lehman,BlawKnoxCo
.,Pittsburgh,Pa .

A.
SamuelD
.Leidesdorf,1PershingSq
.,NewY orkCity

C.
MonteM
.Lemann,WhitneyBldg
.,NewOrleans,La .

C.
HarryLev i,Temp leIsrael,LongwoodAv
.,Boston,Mass .

A.
IsadoreLev in,FirstNationalBankBldg
.,Detroit,Mich
.

A.
HermanLev ine,233FifthAv
.,McKeesp ort,Pa .

A.
B.L.Lev inthal,716PineSt
.,Philadelp hia,Pa .

A.
AustinT.Lev y,Southmeadow,Harrisv ille,R
.I.

C.
BenjaminF.Lev y,305 RealtyBldg .,Elmira,N
.Y .

A.
EdgarA.Lev y,5 05 FifthAv .,NewY orkCity

A.
FredLev y,c/oLev yBros .,Louisv ille,Ky .

A.
LeonM.Lev y,ScrantonLifeBldg .,Scranton,Pa .

A.
LouisLev y,CommerceTitleBldg .,Memp his,Tenn.

A.
MartinO.Lev y,5 06PineSt
.,Philadelp hia,Pa.

B.
HarryE.Lewis,5 0CourtSt
.,Brooklyn,N.Y .

A
.
Alp habeticalListofCorp orateMembers

1 39
CLASS
WilliamM.Lewis,5 04CityHall,
Philadelp hia,Pa
.
B.
Adolp hLewisohn,61Broadway,NewY orkCity
A.
WilliamLiebermann,185 Montague St .,Bklyn,N .Y . A.
Chas .J
.Liebman,9 07FifthAv .,NewY orkCity C.
SamuelLisman,19 3CollegeSt
.,Burlington, Vt . A.
HowardA.Loeb,316ChestnutSt ., Philadelp hia,Pa .
A.
JacobM.Loeb,175 W .JacksonBlv d., Chicago,Ill .
A.
LucienLoeb,Montgomery,Ala .

A.
SolomonLowenstein,71W .47thSt ., NewY orkCity A.
A.M.Luntz ,1845 MarketN .,Canton, Ohio
A.
A.L.Luria,ColonialTrust Bldg .,Reading,Pa . A.
LewisLurie,440StateSt .,
Schenectady,N .Y . A.
SimonLyon,Ev ansBldg ., Washington,D.C.

A.
ErnestMaas,817S.EdisonAv .,Tamp a,
Fla
. A.
JulianW .Mack,WoolworthBldg., NewY orkCity C.
EugeneMannheimer,427W . 5 1stSt .,DesMoines,Ia . A.
EliasL.Margolis,16G lenAv e .,Mt .Vernon,N .Y . B.
SidneyMarks,719 MarketSt ., Chattanooga,Tenn. A.
JamesMarshall,15 0Broadway,New Y orkCity A.
AlexanderMarx,100Morningside Driv e,NewY orkCity
A.
LawrenceMarx,9 3FranklinSt ., NewY orkCity A.
MorrisL.Masinter,Stateand CityBankBldg .,Roanoke,Va . A.
JacobMassel,1688- 5 2nd St .,Brooklyn,N.Y . B.
Irv ingMay,613E.BroadSt .,Richmond, Va .
A.
G eorgeZ .Medalie,225 W .86th St
.,NewY orkCity
C.
JuliusL.Meier,Meier&FrankCo ., Portland,Ore.
A.
HenryMorgenthau,Sr .,1133 FifthAv .,NewY orkCity C.
IsidoreD
.Morrison,45 7West5 7thSt .,NewY orkCity C.
B.L.Mosbacher,49 1Staten Av
.,Oakland,Cal . A.
HenryD.Moskowitz ,ParamountBldg .,NewY orkCity A.
LouisJ .Moss,32CourtSt .,Brooklyn,N .Y .

B.
D.M.Naftalin,225 Front St .,Fargoy N .Dakota A.
BenjaminNatal,165 5 Park Blv d.,Camden,N
.J . A.
G eorgeW.Naumburg,48Wall St.,NewY orkCity
A.
WilliamNewcorn,220Park Av .,Plainfield,N .J . A.
MorrisNewfield,2100Highland Av
.,Birmingham,Ala . B.
G eorgeNewman,Pittsfield,Mass .

A.
G eorgeOp p enheimer,1012Baltimore St
.,KansasCity,Mo.

A.
ReubenOp p enheimer,35 06 BancroftRd
.,Baltimore,Md.

C.
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CLASS
Josep hB
.Perskie,G uaranteeTrustCo .Bldg .,AtlanticCity,
N .J .A
.
CarlH.Pforz heimer,25 BroadSt
.,NewY orkCity
A.
Dav idPhilip son,270McG regorAv
.,Cincinnati,O
.
A.
MichaelPilot,49 HammondSt
.,Bangor,Me . A.
SamuelPlatt,Reno,Nev ada
A.
Mrs
.Dav iddeSolaPool,9 9 CentralParkWest,NewY ork
City

B.
Josep hM
.Proskauer,11Broadway,NewY orkCity

A.
SamuelRaiz es,215 So
.FederalSt .,MasonCity,Iowa
A.
A.C.Ratshesky,U .S
.TrustCo .,Boston,Mass .
A
.
CharlesSterneRauh,340E
.Map leSt
.,Indianap olis,Ind. A.
CharlesM.Rice,FederalCommerceTrustBldg
.,St .Louis,
Mo .
A.
HaroldRiegelman,420LexingtonAv .,N .Y .C. A.
HermanC
.Ritter,29 1ParkAv e .,Y oungstown,Ohio
A.
SidneyRittenberg,37BroadSt
.,Charleston,S.C.
A.
MiltonJ
.Rosenau,Harv ardMedicalSchool,Boston,Mass . C.
A.S.W
.Rosenbach,1320WalnutSt
.,Philadelp hia,Pa. B.
CharlesRosenbaum,9 30U niv ersityBldg
.,Denv er,Colo .
A.
EmanuelRosenberg,P.O
.Box5 3,Seattle,Wash . A.
JamesN .Rosenberg,165 Broadway,NewY orkCity
A.
AlbertRosenblatt,229 West78thSt
.,NewY orkCity B.
SamuelI
.Rosenman,444CentralParkW .,NewY orkCity A.
C.R.Rosenthal,TheFairStore,Binghamton,N
.Y . A.
MauriceRosenthal,336W
.BerrySt .,FortWayne,Indiana
LessingJ .Rosenwald,Sears,Roebuck&Co
.,Philadelp hia,Pa .C.
Josep hRosenz weig,5 1ChambersSt .,NewY orkCity
B.
VictorRosewater .Bellev ue- StratfordHotel,Phila
.,Pa . A.
LesterW .Roth,Sup eriorCourt,LosAngeles,Cal
. A.
MorrisRothenberg,5 BeekmanSt
.,NewY orkCity C.
WalterN .Rothschild,422FultonSt .,Brooklyn,N .Y .
A.
HymanJ
.Routtenberg,202CentralSt .,Somerv ille,Mass .

A.
HenrySachs,ColoradoSp rings,Colo .
C.
SamuelSalz man,361HighlandBlv d.,Brooklyn,N
.Y . A.
LeonSanders,280Broadway,NewY orkCity
B.
Alex .H
.Sanger,Waco,Tex.
A.
SigmondSanger,1007NicholasBldg .,Toledo,O.
A.
MorrisD.Saxe,389 ShuttleMeadowAv e
.,NewBritain,Conn. A.
Josep hH.Schanfeld,NationalBldg
.,Minneap olis,Minn. A.
IsaiahScheeline,26AltoonaTrustBldg.,Altoona,Pa .
A.
S.B.Schein,Sup eriorCourtofDaneCounty,Madison,Wis
.A.
WolfgangS.Schwabacher,115 Broadway,NewY orkCity

A.
Alp habeticalListofCorp orateMembers

1 4
1
CLASS
Maurice Schwartz ,Pop ular
DryG oodsCo .,ElPaso,Tex
.
A.
Ralp hJ .Schwarz ,Canal BankBldg .,NewOrleans, La . A.
MurraySeasongood,1616U nionCentral Bldg .,Cincinnati,O. A.
E
.L.Segel,38E.StateSt .,Montp elier, Vt . A.
BernardSemel,483Broadway, NewY orkCity A.
EdwardA.Silberstein,704Prov idenceBldg .,Duluth,Minn .A.
ArchibaldSilv erman,226 PublicSt .,Prov idence, R.I. A.
MaxSilv erstein,305 Broadway, NewY orkCity B.
U .M.Simon,W .L.Waggoner Bldg .,FortWorth,Tex. A.
AlexanderL.Siskind,Bay StateBldg .,Lawrence, Mass. A.
MaxC.Sloss,Hunter- DulinBldg .,SanFrancisco,Cal . A.
IsadorSobel,9 31W.9 thSt .,Erie, Pa
A.
JamesSolomont,30CourtSt
.,Boston, Mass.
A.
NathanSp eare,629 EdgmontAv e .,
Chester,Pa.
A.
Mrs.SamuelSp iegel,N .E. cor
.122nd&Broadway,New
Y orkCity
B.
NathanSp iro,161 MainSt
.,Danbury, Conn. A.
Ez ekielSp itz ,300OceanAv e
.,New London,Conn.
A.
TheodoreE.Steiber, 886MainSt .,Bridgep ort, Conn.
A.
BenH.Stein,Vicksburg, Miss . A.
FredM
.Stein,270MadisonAv ., NewY orkCity A.
JesseH.Steinhart,Kohl Bldg .,SanFrancisco, Cal.
A.
HenryM.Stern,87ClintonAv
.,N .,Rochester,N .Y . A.
HoraceStern,260CityHall, Philadelp hia,Pa .
A.
MiltonC.Stern,c/oDayton- Biltmore
Hotel,Dayton,O. A.
EstelleM.Sternberger, 103ParkAv e .,NewY orkCity
B.
I
.M
.Stettenheim,17CedarSt .,NewY orkCity
A.
BenjaminStolz ,9 12StateTowerBldg
., Syracuse,N .Y .
A.
HughG rantStraus,422Fulton St
.,Brooklyn,N .Y . A.
RogerW .Straus,120Broadway, NewY orkCity
A
LewisL
.Strauss,5 2WilliamSt .,NewY orkCity A
.
BertramA.Stroock,Newburgh,N . Y .A.
SolomonM.Stroock, 141Broadway,NewY orkCity
A.
FrankL.Sulz berger,333S. PeoriaSt
.,Chicago,Ill .A
.
IsaacSummerfield,149 3 SummitAv .,St
.Paul,Minn.

A.
Josep hTalamo,39 0MainSt
.,Worcester, Mass.

A.
MauriceTobey,40CourtSt .,Boston,
Mass .

A.
P.H
.Viskind,45 5 CountySt .,NewBedford,Mass .

A.
FelixVorenberg,G ilchrist Co
.,Boston,Mass .

A.
AaronWaldheim,12thand
Oliv eSts .,St .Louis, Mo .

A.
FelixM
.Warburg,5 2William St .,NewY orkCity

A.
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EugeneWarner,19 06LibertyBankBldg.,Buffalo,N .Y .

A.
Philip F.Waterman,617RosewoodAv e .,S.E.,
G randRap ids,Mich .
A.
LionelWeil,G oldsboro,N .C.
A.
Josep hWeinberg,5 8W
.ParkSt .,Butte,Montana A.
JacobWeinberger,9 01FirstNationalBldg .,SanDiego,Cal .
A.
WilliamWeiss,1440Broadway,NewY orkCity B.
J .K .Weitz enkorn,34Weitz enkornBldg .,Wilkes- Barre,Pa .A.
S.FrederickWetz ler,TheTrustCo .Bldg .,NewHav en,Conn.A
.
FredericW.Wile,1220ShorehamBldg .,Washington,D.C.C.
HermanWile,77G oodellSt .,Buffalo,N .Y .
A.
HenryWineman,Peop les' OutfittingCo .,Detroit,Mich
. C.
BenR.Winick,HamiltonBankBldg .,Knoxv ille,Tenn.
A.
IsidoreWise,810Prosp ectSt .Hartford,Conn .
A.
AbrahamWofsey,25 BankSt .,Stamford,Conn. A.
HarryA.Wolf,18thandDouglasSts .,Omaha,Neb . A.
MorrisWolf,PackardBldg.,Philadelp hia,Pa . A.
Ralp hWolf,24PineSt .,NewY orkCity A.
LeoWobian,15 U nionSq .,NewY orkCity C.
W.B.Woolner,5 10LehmannBldg .,Peoria,Ill
.

A
.
NathanY amins1219 HighlandAv .,FallRiv er,Mass .

A.
HenryY oz ell,411WashingtonSt .,Boston,Mass .

A.
SustainingMembers
and
Contributors
SU STAINING
MEMBERS
ALABAMA
Alexander City
Herz feld,H
.
Anniston
Sterne,NielP.
Birmingham
Adler,EdgarL.
Adler,Ike
Allen,J .
Baum,HerbertJ .
Burger,Jacob
CongregationEmanuel
Engel,WilliamP.
Fies,MiltonH.
Friedman,J .
G ermanEmergencyFund
G oldberg,A
.
Hart,Sidney
Holiner,William
Kayser,Leo
Lov eman,Josep hH.
Rosenberger,J .D.
Rotholz ,G .
Steiner,LeoK .
Weinberg,JackH.
Huntsv ille
CongregationB' naiScholem
Mobile
Brown,Hugo
Community
Pincus,Mrs .E.A.
Zimmern,L
.J .
Montgomery
Baum,Phil
JewishFederation
Kaufman,Samuel
Klein&Son
Lobman,Myron
Lobman,Walter
Loeb,LucienS.
Marshuetz ,L.J .
ANDCONTRIBU TORS
Nov ember1,19 33toDecember31,19 34
145
Wamp old,Simon
Weil,Adolp h
Weil,Alv in
Weil,Emil
Weil,Isidor
Weil,Leon
Selma
Hohenberg,M.,&Co .
Tuscaloosa
Brown,MissRose
ARIZONA
Douglas
CongregationAdathIsrael
G lendale
Deff,Dr .M.I.
Phoenix
Marks,BarnettE.
Rothman,Ed
Prescott
G oldwater,Morris
ARKANSAS
Hot Sp rings
Burgauer,D.
Singer,Charles
LittleRock
FederationofJewish
Charities
CALIFORNIA
Berkeley
Pop p er,William
Bev erlyHills
Hirschhorn,Clarence
Myers,Clarence
Rodgers,Dr .WilliamA.
Culv erCity
Mayer,LouisB.
Rodgers,Richard
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Hollywood
Engelman,S.
LosAngeles
Ancker,Robert
Arnold,J .K.
Asher,Max
Baruch,Mrs .Herman
Baruch,J .Y .
Bernhard,Mrs
.S.
Brand,Harry
Brick,Alexander
Briskin,S.J .
Brown,Emil
Brown' s
Cohen,G eorgeW
.
Cohn,Harry
Cohn,Julius
Dissauer,Maurice
* Elsasser,M.
Faerber,Arnold
Finkenstein,M.J .
Fox,Alv inH.
Frank,B.L.
Frisch,Josep h
G allician,M.A.
G illman,G eorge
G oetz ,William
G oldsmith,Oscar
G oldstone,JuliusC
.
G reenberg,Dan
G reenberg,Ike
G rossblatt,L.J .
Harris,M.
HirschFamilies
Hollz er,H.A.
Jacobs,J .B
.
Kap lan,Benjamin
Karl' sShoeStore
Klein,Samuel
Klingstein,Ksi
Krystal,Samuel
LeMaire,Sairi
Lev y,O.J .
Lissauer,Louis
Loeb,K
.L.
* Deceased
Meertief,G ustav e
Metz ler,Irv ing
Moss,Irv ing
Neustadter,Mr .
Newmark,S
.M
.
Pacht,Isaac
Riese,E.M.
Rogell,Sid
Rosenberg,M.
Sandrich,Freda
Sanenick,Mrs
.J .
Schwartz ,M.
Shelley,M.
Schiff,Ludwig
Siskin,Harry
Sokolow,AlexT
.
Stern,Charles
Stern,Harold
Stern,Jacob
Strasburger,Arthur
Swartz ,Seymour
Thomp son,G .M.
White,Harry
Zalk,Louis
Zanuck,Darryl
Oakland
U nitedJewishWelfareFund
Pasadena
Arndt,M.S.
Blum,August
Hessberg,Mrs .Samuel
Thanhauser,Mrs .FrankL.
Sacramento
Brown,Isidor
SanBernardino
Katz ,M.D.
SanDiego
Hillkowitz ,S
.
Mayer,M.E.
SanFrancisco
JewishNationalWelfareFund
COLORADO
ColoradoSp rings
Lieberthal,Harold
Sachs,Henry
Schaefer,Dr .Solomon
Denv er
Bernheim,IsaacW
.
Buchmann,Max
Cook,Mrs .D.B.
Cowen,A.B.
Ehrlich,BenS.
Frumess,H.H.
G rauman,A
.L.
Hill,Isidor
Hornbein,Philip
Jacobs,Dav id
Kauv ar,C
.H
.
Krohn,Dr .M.J .
Lev y,Robert
Schayer,MaxS.
Schlesinger,Melv inH.
Silv ersmith,J .H.
Wachtel,Simon
Wittelshofer,EdwinJ .
CONNECTICU T
Bridgep ort
Cohn,IsraelJ .
Resnick,MauriceE.
Schnee,AbrahamC
.
Danbury
Dick,Harry
Dick,Henry
Feinson,Samuel
Frohman,Albert
Heyman,H.J .,&Son
Kaufman,Josep h
Kruz anski,Jacob
Leibowitz ,Benjamin
Pap ish,Asher
Rubenstein,Stanley
Sands,Albert
Sp iro,Nathan
Hartford
Aishberg,Edwin
Bauer,Mrs .BerthaL.
* Deceased
ListofSustainingMembers
CongregationBethIsrael
EmanuelBrotherhood
Freedman,Josep hM.
G aberman,Louis
Haas,WilliamP.
Hartman,E.M.
Hollander,A.
Kaffenburgh,Mrs.Donald
Katz ,I.J .
Katz ,Irv ing
Kofsky,G .M.
Myers,Max
Neufield,Albert
Op p er,FrederickC.
Selterman,Esther
Stern,Leo
Temp leSisterhoodCong .Beth
Israel
Wachtel,B.
Wise,Isidore
NewHav en
Buxbaum,William
* Cahn,Alexander
CongregationMishkanIsrael
G ordon,Israel
Harrison,Thomas
Jackson,JohnDay
Kleiner,IsaacL.
Lev y,IrwinS.
Mendel,LafayetteB.
Rosenbluth,LouisM.
Ross,ArthurM.
Russota,Simon
Sachs,ManuelS.
Sagal,Lewis
U llman,AbrahamS.
U llman,Josep hH.
Wetz ler,S
.Fred
Wolfe,Isaac
NewLondon
Community
G oldsmith,E.
Ruderman,S.
Shelton
Kreiger,A.
147
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Stamford
Nev as,Harry
Waterbury
Albert,I.N .
Ap irian,JohnJ
.
Atkins,S.
Bernstein,Philip N .
Biernbaum,H.
Cantor,Albert
Dorfman,Louis
Erlanger,Meyer
G aber,Josep h
G racerstein,Perry
G reen,HaroldG .
G reenberg,SamuelH.
G reenblatt,Charles
G reenblatt,Martin
Kramer,Samuel
Krasow,Harry
Kup erman,L.
Liebeskind,Louis
Matz kin,A.
Oser&Lev in
Prillig,Isidor
Ruby,B.
Simons,LouisL.
Soloman,Aaron
Sp irt,Morris
Sugenheimer,Josep h
Traurig,Max
U nitedJewishCommittee
Weisman,HenryJ .
ZusmanBros .
WestHartford
Hart,E.A.
Hartman,Maurice
DELAWARE
Seaford
VanLeer,Charles
Wilmington
Finger,Aaron
Finkelstein,I.B.
G luckman,Barnet
* Deceased
TheAmericanJewishCommittee
DISTRICTOFCOLU MBIA
Washington
Baum,Leo
Behrends,Melv in
Cafritz ,Mr
.&Mrs .Morris
Cardoz o,BenjaminN .
Fischer,Max
G oldsmith,CharlesA.
G rosner,G erald
* Hahn,HarryW .
Heilp rin,G ilesF.
Hershfield,Isidore
Himmelfarb,Paul
Kaufman,D.J .
Kaufmann,E.I.
Luchs,MortonJ .
Lyon,R.B.H.
Lyon,Simon
Maz o,I.Josep h
Rosenberg,M.D.
Schwartz ,Charles
Sherby,Harry
Solomons,AlineE.
Tashof,Iv anP.
Trouv er,I.S .
Wile,FrederickWilliam
FLORIDA
G ainesv ille
Community
Jacksonv ille
Community
Miami
Ap te,D.J .
Feibelman,HerbertU .
Jacobus,Leonard
Lehman,Mrs .HattieG .
Lev in,I.
Meyer,Sidney
MiamiJointCommittee
Wolfson,Mitchell
St .Petersburg
Cohen,Moses
Friendly,MeyerH.
Tamp a
AlliedJewishCamp aign
Haimowitz ,Ben
Watterman,JeromeA.
G EORG IA
Albany
Hofmayer,L.J .
Atlanta
AtlantaAdv isoryCouncil
Haas,Leonard
Hirsch,Harold
Meyer,A.A.&E.L.
Riesman,Josep hN .
Augusta
Community
Columbus
Schwob,S.
G ainesv ille
G oldstein,J .
Macon
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JewishCommunity
Sav annah
Abrahams,EdmundH.
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Alexander,S.
Bernstein,M.H.
Adler,SamG .
Boley,H.M.
Byck,Dav e
Byck,Joe
Byck,Sylv an
Cohen,G irardM.
Dryfus,M.
Eckstein,J .P.
Edel,HermanM.
Friedman,B.1 .
G az an,Jacob
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Hirsch,Jerry
Hirsch,Julius
Iseman,Mrs .E.
Kayton,H.L.
Kuhr,RaymondM.
Lev y,A.B
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Lev y,Morton
Lev y,S.H.
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Liv ingston,H.H.
Longabaugh,J .D.
Minis,A.
Minis,J .F.
Minis,Maria
Mohr,Sigo
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AuroraY .M.H.A.
Champ aign
Kuhn,Isaac
Chicago
Aaron,Charles
Adler,Max
Asher,Louis
Auerbach,Benjamin
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Becker,JamesH
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Benjamin,JackA.
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Black,Herman
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Cahn,Mrs .RegineT.
Cohen,Mrs
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Freund,ErwinO.
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Hoffman,JuliusJ .
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G lencoe
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NorthShoreCongregation
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HighlandPark
Becker,Louis
Mandel,Mrs .Emanuel
Stein,LawrenceM.
Kewanee
Wine,Dav id
Moline
Sklov sky,Max
Peoria
Cohen,Louis
Conney,J .P.
Frankforter,Harry
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Rockford
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FortWayne
FederatedJewishCharities
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Indianap olis
JewishWelfareFund
Summitv ille
Warner,William&Sons
TerreHaute
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IOWA
CedarRap ids
Miller,JohnF.
Centerv ille
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Dav enp ort
U nitedJewishAp p eal
DesMoines
Community
Sioux City
Cohen,Sam
FederationofJewishSocial
Serv ice
KANSAS
Leav enworth
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Wichita
Richmond,Harry P.
KENTU CKY
Louisv ille
AdathIsraelReligiousSchool
Heilman,ClarenceJ .
Hirsch,Isadore
Klein,Ben
Lang,Josep h
Lev y,Jacob
Lev y,Sol
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Linker,B.
Rauch,Josep h
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LOU ISIANA
LakeCharles
Temp leSinai
MorganCity
Kahn,CharlesE.
Monroe
Masur,Sig
NewOrleans
Adler,ColemanE.
Beekman,Ben
Beekman,Marc
Benjamin,EdwardB.
Burkenroad,William
Deutsch,Eberhard
Elsas,VictorH.
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Feibleman,Max
Friend,Mrs .Josep hE.
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G odchaux,Mrs .PaulL.
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Katz ,G us
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Lemann,MonteM.
Lev y,Louis
Lisso,Alex
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Marcus,A
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Mayer,Norman
Odenheimer,Sigmund
Pfeiffer,Leon
Polack,RobertH.
Reimer,Morris
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Rittenberg,LeonI-I.
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Simon,SidneyK .
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Weiller,Felix
MARY LAND
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Adler,Harry
Adler,Nathan
Bamburger,Jacob
Bendann,Lawrence
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Blaustein,Jacob
Blaustein,Louis
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Cohen,LewisJ .
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Cone,FredericW .
Cone,Mrs .MosesH.
Cone,SidneyM.
Crockin,Emil
Dalsheimer,Hugo
Dalsheimer,Simon
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Fleischer,MiltonF.
Frank,EdwardL.
Frank,Eli
Frank,MissLorely
Friedenwald,Harry
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G oldman,L.Edwin
G reenebaum,LeonE.
G reif,LeonardL.
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LouisP.
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Hecht,Alex
Hecht,Mrs .L.A
Hecht,MosesS.
Hendler,L.Maurice
Herman,Mrs .ElsieFox
Hochschild,Max
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Lev y,LesterS.
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Miller,HenryS
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Miller,J .Jefferson
Morris,LeslieWilliam
Morris,Moses
Moses,Mrs .RoseL.
OhebSholemReligiousSchool
Op p enheimer,Henry
Op p enheimer,Mr .&Mrs
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Pels,IsaacR.
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Walter,Mrs .MosesR.
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Hagerstown
Kline,JacobA.
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Rosen,H.M
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OwingMills
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Boston
Agoos,Solomon
Baer,Louis
Barnet,S.J .
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Dana,Meyer
DanielsPrintingCo .
Ehrlich,Adolp h
Ehrlich,William
Fox,Isidor
G ordon,NathanH.
Herman,Mrs
.HennieA.
Kap lan,J .J .
Kirstein,LouisE.
Kohn,Mark
Kohn,Samuel
Medalie,LeonS.
Mintz ,HermanA.
Morrison,H.
Myerson,Abraham
Norton,G .N .
Palais,Josep h
Rosenau,MiltonJ .
Shohet,Herman
Sp ringer,Ernest
Strauss,Leon
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VanNoorden,E.
Vorenberg,Felix
Wasserman,Jacob
Brockton
Kibrick,I.S.
Brookline
Cohen,Josep hH.
Lev i,Dr .Harry
Pinanski,A.E.
Sheinwald,AlbertB.
Slocum,IsaacM.
Wolkowich,Erwin
Camp ello
Wind,MaxE.
FallRiv er
Adaskin,Edward
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Feinberg,S.
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Horv itz ,Ben
Kline,J .
Kov alsky,Fred
Lev in,I.
ListBros.
Lubinsky,Dr
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Mittelman,I.
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Prial,Dr
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Remick,D.
Robin,J .S.
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Zalkind,Josep h
JamaicaPlains
Alberts,Mrs .Annie
Lawrence
Basinow,M.
Berenson,L.P.
Cohen,JacobM.
G oldberg,D.
Hersfield,Z
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Lebow,A.
Lebowitz ,M.
Nev ins,M.
Op p enheim,D.
Q uint,L.M.
Russem,B
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Siegel,H.
Simon,C.
Siskind,A.L.
Siskind,I.
Siskind,R.R.
Slater,N .
Trelling,L.M.
Warshaw,MaxM.
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Lynn
Block,Frank
Cohen,Louis
Cov ner,Dr
.AlbertH.
G oldstein,A.L.
Lehner,RobertN .
Loew,Ira
Mann,Eugene
Priz er,Albert
Schon,Edward
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Weinstein,Harry
Malden
Hoberman,Samuel
Marshfield
Feinberg,B
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Methuen
Cap lan,M.J .
Samels,S.
NewBedford
Abrahamson,Fisher
Barnet,Samuel
Beserosky,William
Dav idow,William
G oldfarb,Samuel
Horowitz ,JacobA.
Horwitz ,Morris
Kaller,Phillip
Kap lan,Boris
Lev inem,L.Louis
Russotto,BarnetA.
Rosenberg,Solomon
Segall,S.K.
Newton
G olden,EdwardI
.
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Peabody
Rabinowitz ,Isidor
Pittsfield
England,Simon
Pottersv ille
Meyer,M.
Roxbury
G reen,Isadore
Shain,Samuel
Snider,Harry
Saugus
Salter,M.,&Sons
Sp ringfield
Asinof,Moses
Isenburg,H.
Keller,Henry
May,William
Price,Samuel
Swirsky,Benjamin
Waltham
Bayard,H.
Winthrop
London,M.H.
Worcester
Arkus,Nathan
Asher,Jacob
Beeber,Samuel
Beller,JohnD .
Burwick,Carl
C&SWholesaleG rocers
Chase,Louis
Cohen,Josep hB.
Corash,MaxH.
Corbin,MauriceN .
Cotz in,Dav id
Dav is,Lewis
Edinberg,H.
Elias,Saul
Fielding,BennetI.
G laz er,Solomon
G ordon,Archie
G rodberg&Hirsch
G reenberg,Max
Haberman,Harry
Handleman,B.L.
Hiatt,A.
Hillman,A.M.
Isenberg,Dav idB.
Kashman,H.L.
Katz ,Israel
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Lewis,A.
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Mason,G eorgeH.
Pemstein,G eorge
Persky,AbrahamS.
Putnam,Charles
Roz efsky,Louis
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Simmons,WilliamL
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Talamo,Josep h
U lian,I.M.
Wald,Lewis
Whitman,Moses
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Zellen,I.J .
MICHIG AN
Alp ena
Isackson,Sam
Kositchek,E.I.
Temp leBeth- El
AnnArbor
Zwerdling,Osias
ListofSustainingMembers
Detroit
Butz el,FredM.
Butz el,HenryM.
JewishWelfareFederation
Lev in,Isadore
Litz ky,John
G randRap ids
Wolf,G ustav eA.
Lev ine,M.
LakeLinden
Benedict,C.H.
Houghton
MINNESOTA
Duluth
U nitedJewishAp p eal
Minneap olis
Brin,Arthur
Minneap olisFederationfor
JewishServ ice
Sap ero,Abe
St.Paul
Birnberg,T.S.
Bratter,Pen
Calmenson,JesseB.
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Firestone,MiltonP.
G oodkind,WilliamL.
Lev ine,J .J .
Litmann,BernardN .
Loev inger,G ustav us
Mains,A.
Orenstein,L.F.
Stein,Sam
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Brookhav en
Abrams,C.C.
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Dreyfus,Isidor
Meridian
Ackerman,William
Adler,R.
Adler,William
Arky,Herbert
Dav idson,L
Drav in,A.
Dumont,I.
Feibelman,B.M.
Feibelman,Edgar
Feinstein,J .
Foresman,Mrs .Rosabel
G reenwald,Herbert
G reenwald,Irv in
Jacobson,G abe
Jacoby,A.
Kay,Sidney
Klein,K .T.
Klein,Simon
Lerner,William
Loeb,Alex
Loeb,Henry
Loeb,Marshall
Marks,I
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Meyer,Harold
Meyer,J .S.
Meyer,Joe
Meyer,Karl
Meyer,Sam
Pap p enheimer,Meyer
Rice,Harry
Rosenbaum,A.D.
Rosenbaum,I.A.
Rosenbaum,M.M.
Rosenbush,I.
Rothenberg,Irv in
Rothenberg,Lev i
Rothenberg,Louis
Rothenberg,Mrs .Marks
Rothenberg,Sam
Signoff,Max
Strauss,B.M.
Strauss,Sylv an
Threefoot,K .
Threefoot,Sam
U llman,L.
Wigransky,L.
MISSOU RI
Kansas City
Cohen,Mrs .Henry
Diamant,A.
G oldberg,M.
G reenman,M.
Holz mark,M
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JewishWelfareFederation
Loeb,Milford
Mayer,Millard
Op p enheimer,G eorge
Rubin,William
Sosland,Dav idN .
Sosland,Samuel
Sosland,Sanders
Stern,Sigmund
U hlmann,Paul
St .Josep h
Ap p le,Mrs
.Moses
Block,Harry
Block,Nate
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Ehrlich,
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Feltenstein,Dav id
Flarsheim,Clarence
G reenbaum,Isador
Hassenbusch,Samuel
Phillip ,Ben
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Rosenbleet,Eugene
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Wasserkrug,Samuel
St
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JewishFederation
MONTANA
Billings
Friedwald,Max
Harron,L.
NEBRASKA
Lincoln
Koral,Ep hraim
Omaha
Abrahams,HenryJ.
JewishPhilanthrop ies
NEWHAMPSHIRE
Berlin
U nitedHebrewCharity
Franklin
Barg,Israel
FranklinJewishOrganiz ations
Salomon,Max
Manchester
Bloomfield,Jacob
Brav erman,A.
Bresnick,A.
Brodie,I.A.
Chase,EdwardM.
Cohen,ReubenH.
Deitch,John
Eckman,Nathan
Eckman,Sam
Elliott,HaroldE.
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Eluto,Josep h
Eluto,Mandel
Eluto,Maurice
Eluto,Roland
Finman,L.
Foster,Jacob,2d
Foster,Josep h
Freedman,Louis
G ilbert,Nat
G ordon,L.
G ordon,Sam
G raham,Milton
Harrison,S.H.
Katz ,Maurice
Kav esh,A.D.
Krauz er,G eorge
Lightstone,J .
ListofSustainingMembers
Machinist,Abraham
Malensky,Irv ing
Mandell,Maurice
Margolis,Samuel
Metz ,E.J .
Meyer,Ben
Miller,Louis
Porter,G eorgeR.
Resnik,Samuel
Rosenberg,Maurice
Rosenblum,J .Morton
Ross,LewisH.
Rudnick,Josep h
Saidel,Maurice
Saidel,Myer
Sav an,A
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Schwartz ,J
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Shoul,Abraham
Sibulkin,A.
Silberberg,J
.
Silv er,Henry
Stahl,Sam
Sulliv an,Solomon
Woods,Jack
Woolf,Frank
Zelinsky,Jack
Zelinsky,William
Nashua
Porter,Philip
Portsmouth
Nannis,M.
NEWJERSEY
Atlantic City
Kaas,Andrew
Kline,HenryS
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Perskie,Josep hB.
Schwartz ,Josep h
Bayonne
BayonneProgressiv eAidAssn.
Boorstein,Herman
Ep stein,S.
G rodberg,Irv ingD.
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Posnak,Kalman
Turtletaub,AbramS.
Weiss,M.J .
BoundBrook
Borow,Benjamin
Bridgeton
Schwarz man,D.
Camden
G alanti,Josep h
Kap lan,Sidney
Klein,Elias
Natal,Benjamin
Praissman,MauriceL.
EastOrange
Abrahams,Mrs .LeoM.
Dimond,A.J .
G roedel,Theodore
Mayer,A
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Eliz abeth
JewishCouncil
Stein,Emil
Hoboken
Lichtenstein,Julius
Weill,Milton
Irv ington
Lev enson,B.M.
Jersey City
Bitterman,JuliusI
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Eisenberg,I.
Falk,LouisA.
Manishewitz ,Max
Map lewood
Lasser,Aaron
Rachlin,A.H.
TheAmericanJewishCommittee
Montclair
Harris,Jacob
NewBrunswick
Lip man,Jacob
Newark
Bamberger,EdgarS.
Buechler,Dr .Harry
Foster,Solomon
G orlin,Morris
Hannoch,H.J .
Heller,J .
Hoffman,CharlesI.
Kussy,Mrs .Nathan
Lewis,William
Manshel,Charles
Meyer,J .H.
Puder,HarryS.
Schwartz ,LouisC.
Stein,Sidney
Steiner,Edwin
Stern,S.Arthur
Sz erlip ,Leop old
Warner,Barnett
Orange
Augenblick,Meyer
Palmyra
Schwartz ,Dav idL.
Paterson
G eller,Herman
Lap at,P.G .
Plainfield
Bloom,Charles
Bronston,E.
G uinsburg,Samuel
Kantor,Abraham
Klein,Samuel
Kunz man,Irv ing
Meltz er,Saul
Newcorn,William
Rosin,Josep h
Sachar,Kasp ar
Schneller,Julius
Schwartz ,Samuel
Tep p er,Max
Tornberg,I.
Weintraub,Benjamin
SouthOrange
Abeles,HerbertR.
Bamberger,Louis
Falk,G ilbert
Hart,LeonA.
Summit
JewishCommunityCenter
Trenton
Albert,Samuel
Blaugrund,Samuel
Citron,Israel
Cohen,EdgarT.
Cohen,Louis
Cominsky,Samuel
Dee,Frank
Fishberg,Josep h
Forman,Philip
G ladstone,Josep h
G oldberg,Benjamin
Hochman,Louis
Hydeman,Charles
Kahn,Albert
Kap lan,Louis
Kelsey&Vine
Leff,Henry
Lev ine,B.D.
Lev y,Herbert
Lewis,A.A.
Liebrich,Dr.Leon
Rap hael,HermanE.
Rudner,Louis
Schafer,Julius
Schragger,Charles
Shaffer,E.L.
Ship p er,LouisB.
Siegel,Irv ing
ListofSustainingMembers
Silv erman,Herman&Harry
Simon,Samuel
Swern,Samuel
Tabish,Theodore
Vine,Benjamin
WestEnd
Kleban,LouisE.
Westwood
G oldberg,Dav id
Wildwood
Shenberg,Irv ing
Tenenbaum,Harry
NEWMEX ICO
Albuq uerq ue
Ilfeld,Louis
NEWY ORKCITY
Manhattan&Bronx
Aaronson,M
.L.
Abrahams,MichaelM.
Abrahams,Robert
Abrams,Abba
Adler,Leonard
Adler,MortonL.
Adler,Paul
Alp erson,E.L.
Altheimer,Ben
Altschul,Frank
Ansbacher,D.A.
Arkush,Reuben
Aronsohn,SamuelJ .
Bacharach,E.S.
Badman,Theodore
Baerwald,Paul
BarondeHirschFund
Baron,SaloW .
BeaumontTrust
Beer,Edwin
Bergman,H.M.
Bergman,Simon
Berliner,Samuel
Berliss,ArthurD.
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Berman,Israel
Bernhard,Henry
Bernheim,AliceR.
Bernheim,Mr .&Mrs .HenryJ.
Bernstein,D.
Biel,Leonard
Bing,AlexanderM.
Bischofsheimer,Henry
Bloch,Adolp h
Block,Henri
Block,Henry
Block,HermanW .
Block,I.
Bloomingdale,Samuel&
HiramC.
Bluestone,E
.M.
Blum,Albert
Blum,Mrs .Josep hA.
Blumberg,MyerS.
Blumenthal,G eorge
Boehm,Louis
Borgenicht,Louis
Boschwitz ,Carl
Brand,AlbertR.
Breitenbach,JennieM
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Brenner,RobertH.
Brish,CharlesS.
Bronston,BenjaminE
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Brown,Dav is
Buttenwieser,BenjaminJ
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Cassel,H.
Cohen,EliasA.
Cohen,LeonardA
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Cohen,NormanM.
Cohen,WilliamN
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Cohn,Annie
Cohn,Louis
Coleman,Mr .&Mrs .A.E.
CongregationEmanu- El
CongregationRodep hSholom
Coons,SheldronR
Cowen,Dav id
Cowen,EdwardL.
Creidenberg,Julius
Crystal,FabianM.
Dammann,Milton
* Deceased
Dav id,John
Dav idson,Israel
Dav is,A.M.
Dav is,G .Richard
Dreyfus,William
Dribben,S.F.
Dulman,Simon
Durlach,EmmaK .
Durlach,MiltonI
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Eckstein,Samuel
Edelstein,G oodman
Eder,J .M.
Ehrich,JesseW .
Ehrich,ManfredW .
Einstein,IsaacD.
Eisemann,Alex
Eising,Harry
Elias,P.R.
Elkus,AbramI.
Ellinger,Edgar
Elsas,Herman
* Enelow,H.G .
Engel,Dav eF.
Engel,Henry
Erdmann,AlbertJ .
Erlanger,FelixM
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Erlanger,MiltonS.
Erlanger,Mitchell
Erlanger,SydneyB.
Feinberg,B.S.
Finkelstein,Sam
Finkelstone,Morris
Finkenberg&Sons,A.Inc .
Fischbach,H.F.
Fischel,Harry
Fishel,LeoJ .
Flexner,Bernard
Fox,J .
Frank,EdgarK
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Frank,MissG .L.
Frank,L.J .
Frank,Leo
Frankel,Mrs .LeeK.
Frankenheimer,TheMisses
Freed,AllieS
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Freed,Louis
Freid,Isadore
Friedman,AmeliaG .
Frink,Mrs .AngelinaW.
Fuerst,WilliamF.
Furman,EdI.
G alef,Josep h
G ans,HowardS.
G antz ,Aaron
G arfunkel,Aaron
G erngross,Leo
G ilbert,Josep hE.
G ilston,Jacob
G laz ier,HenryS.
G oetz ,NormanS
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G olden,S.Herbert
G oldman,Mrs .HelenR.
G oldman,Henry
G oldman,Herman
G oldman,William
G oldsmith,ElsieB
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G oldsmith,Frederick
G oldsmith,LawrenceL.
G oldsmith,Richard
G oldstein,Benjamin
G oodfriend,Carrie
G oodkind,Harold
G oodman,A.,&Sons
G oodman,Edwin
G ordon,WilliamS.
G ottheil,Mrs .Paul
G ottschall,Simon
G ranet,Adolp h
G reenbaum,Leo
G reene,Harold
G reensp an,Henry
G rossman,JacobJ .
G rossman,MosesH.
G uggenheimFoundation,
Daniel&Florence
G uinz burg,H
.A.
G uinz burg,MissLillie
G uinz burg,RichardA.
G uiterman,MiltonS.
G utman,Rosa
Haberman,Philip W .
Hahn,Alfred
Halle,HiramJ .
Halle,LouisJ .
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Hanauer,JeromeJ
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Hart,Mrs .John
Hartstein,BenjaminA.
Haskins&Sells
Hass,Josep hA
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Hatry,HarryA.
HebrewSheltering&
ImmigrantAidSociety
HebrewPublishingCo .
Hein,MissY rsa
Helfat,J .Nathan
Heller,IsaacS.
* Hendricks,Mrs .Charles
Hendricks,HenryS.
Hendricks,Mrs .HenryS.
Henshel,H.D.
Herbert,Edward
Herman,Abraham
Herman,SydneyH.
Hernstadt,W .L.
Hershfield,Lev i
Herz og,Mrs .BelleA
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Herz og,SamuelA.
Heyman,Dav idM.
Himowich,M.
Hirsch,LeonH
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Hirsch,Richard
Hirschhorn,Fred
Hirschland,F.H.
Hirshon,Mrs .Charles
Hochster,Albert
Hockstader,LeonardA.
Hofheimer,Fannie
Hofheimer,Mrs .Fannie
Hofheimer,Henry
HofheimerFoundation,Nathan
Holz man,Asher
Holz man,Elkan
Holz man,JamesM.
Holz man,S.
Holz man,Tobias
Horowitz ,LouisJ .
Horwitz ,Max
Horwitz ,Moses
Hubshman,HenryM.
Hyamson,M.
Hyman,ArthurB.
Hyman,ArthurD.
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Hydeman,EdwinM.
Hyman,Josep hC.
Ickelheimer,HarryR
Isaacs,StanleyM.
Israel,Carlos
Ittleson,Henry
Jackson,Perciv alE.
Jacobi,Harold
Jacobs,R.J .,&
Co.
Jacobs,S.M.
Jacobson,Ferdinand
Jacobson,Stella
Jonas,Ralp h
Josep h,Maurice
Josep h,Sylv anL
Josep h,TheodoreH.
Kachurin,Philip
Kahn,Herbert
Kallman,MaxS.
Kap lan,IraI.
Kap lan,MordecaiM
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Karp f,M.J .
Kastor,Adolp h
Kastor,AlfredB.
Katcher,A.D.
Katz ,Eugene
Katz enberg,Louis,Rose
&Howard
Katz enberg,MiltonR
Katz enstein,MartinL.
Kaufman,H.M.
Kaye,G abrielS.
Keller,Josep hF.
Kemp ner,S.Marshall
Kern,Mrs .Sarah
Kirschenbaum,I.
Klau,Nathan
Klee,Mr .&Mrs .SimonJ
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Klein,D.Emil
Klein,Josep hJ .
Klein,Leop old
Klein,S
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Klein,Sid
Klein,William
Kline,G eorge
Klingenstein,Charles
* Deceased
Kohler,EdgarJ .
* Kohler,MaxJ .
Kohnstamm,Edward
Kohnstamm,Josep h
Kop s,Waldemar
Korn,DanielL.
Korn,WalterC.
Kornfield,AlbertE.
Krakeur,Jacq ues
Kugelman,JuliusG .
Kuhe,I.
Kuhn,ArthurK .
Lachman,MissRose
Lamp ort,A
.M
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Landsman,S.M.
Langner,Lawrence
Lauer,EdgarJ .
Lauterbach,Aaron
Lederer,RichardM.
Lederman,M.
Lehmaier,JamesM.
Lehman,Arthur,&Associates
* Lehman,HaroldM
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Lehman,HerbertH.
Lehman,Irv ing
Leidesdorf,S.D.
Lemon,J .E.
Lev ine,I.B.
Lev or,Mrs .LouiseL.
Lev y,Mrs .AdeleR.
Lev y,Mrs .Diana
Lev y,EdgarA.
Lev y,Mrs .L.N .
Lev y,MaxJ .
Lewald,Simon
Lewinson,B.
Lewis,Ted
Lewisohn,Adolp h
Lewisohn,SamA.
Lewy,Max
Libman,E.
Lichtenstein,M.
Light,NorbertD.
Lilienthal,Josep hL.
Limburg,AlanM.
Linde,Herman
Lion,Oscar
Lip p er,Arthur
Lip p mann,G eorge
Lip p mann,Harry
Lip p mann,RobertK .
Lissauer,Harry
Lissner,Herman
Litter,ArthurS.
Liv ingston,C.
Liv ingston,Mrs .Kate
Loeb,CarlM.
Loeb,Mrs .Morris
Lorsch,Henry
Lowe,Perciv alR.
Lowenstein,Benjamin
Lowenstein,Benjamin
Lowenstein,G abriel
Lowenstein,SolomonC.
Lurie,Mrs .M.
Maass,HerbertH.
Magnin,RoseF.
Malina,Louis
Manges,Morris
Manheimer,JacR.
Marks,BenjaminE.
* Marks,MarcusM.
Marx,Alexander
Marshall,James
Maslansky,Philip
Mayer,Clinton0 .,Jr .
Mayer,Mrs .Sop hia
Meirowitz ,Dr .Philip
Mendelsohn,Sigmund
Menken,Mrs .MortimerM.
Messing,LouisN .
Meyer,Dr .Alfred
Meyer,CharlesH.
Meyer,FloretteS.
Meyer,Max
Meyers,Wallace
Miller,MarthaK .
MillerBros .HatCo .
Millhiser,Mrs.ReginaV.A.
Millstein,Harry
Moiseiff,LeonS.
Mordecai,Benjamin
Morgenthau,Henry
Morris,Josep hL.
* Deceased
ListofSustainingMembers
Morrison,IsidoreD.
Morse,MosesM.
Moskowitz ,Dr .Henry
Moss,B.S.
Muehlstein,H.
Mundheim,Samuel
Nathan,Mrs .ClarenceS.
Nathan,Mrs .EdgarJ .
Nathan,EdgarJ .,Jr
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Nathan,MissEmilyS.
Nathan,Harold
Nathan,MissRosalie
Naumburg,G eorgeW.
Naumburg,Mrs .Max
Nayfack,BertramS.
Necarlsumer,Mrs .Henry
Necarlsumer,Henry
NewY orkFoundation
Newborg,Moses,&Co.
Newburger,AlfredH.
Newburger,M.J .
Newburger,SamuelM.
Nordlinger,Mrs .Flora
Nordlinger,H
.H.
Nordlinger,MissMartha
Ochs,Mannie
Op ton,MiltonE.
Parmet,Meyer
Pearlman,Phil
Peierls,Siegfried
Pforz heimer,CarlH.
Phillip s,Cap t .N .Taylor
Pollak,Mrs .FrancisD.
Pollak,Maurice
Pollak,Maurice
Pollard,I.B.
Pollitz er,S.
Pop p er,ArthurM.
Pop p er,Mrs
.WilliamC.
Postley,G ilbertJ .
Prager,William
Prokesch,S.Z .
Proskauer,Josep hM.
Proskauer,Richman
Rabinowitz ,Aaron
Racoosin,Theodore
Rav ner,William
Reiss,Charles
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Reiter,Mr
.&Mrs.LewisM.
Richter,Max
Riegelman,Harold
Riem,SimonR
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Robb,Moe
Robbins,K.
Rose,MissSittahR.
Rosenbaum,Martin
Rosenbaum,SolG .
Rosenberg,H.
Rosenberg,JamesN .
Rosenblatt,Albert
Rosenfeld,Ernst
Rosenheim,Louis
Rosenman,SamuelJ .
Rosenthal,Mrs .Jesse
Rosenthal,LeonW .
Rosenthal,Morris
Rosenthal,Samuel
Rosenthal,SamuelG .
Rossbach,MaxJ .
Rossin,AlfredS
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Rosenz weig,Henry
Roth,Harry
Rothschild,MissA.
Rothschild,AnnaJ .
Roz off,Harry
Rubenstien,HenryH.
Sachs,B
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Sachs,Samuel
Sack,AlexanderN .
Sack,Benjamin
Saks,Isadore
Salmanowitz ,M.
Samkoff,Leon
Sanders,MaxE.
Saxe,Sig.
Schaap ,Michael
Schanz er,AnnaH.
Scheer,H.C.
Scheuer,S.H.
Schiff,JohnM.
Schiff,MissTheresa
Schiffer,Mrs .Alfred
Schimmer,Charles
Schlesinger,Peter
* Deceased
Schneierson,S.S.
Schonbrunn,S.A.
Schulte,Josep hM.
Schulte,Mrs .Josep hM.
Schwarz haup t,Emil
Schwartz ,DanielS.
Seiferheld,Dav idF.
Seiferheld,Sigmund
Seligman,Eustace
Semel,Bernard
Sessler,Mrs .Belle
Sicher,SamuelA.
Sidenberg,Mrs .Henry
Sidenberg,WilliamR
.
Siegman,Simon
Silberstein,Abraham
Singer,HenryB.
Sloman,M.
Solinger,RayC.
Solis,MissElv iraN .
Sondheim,Phineas
Sonneborn,Dr
.F.
Sp eyer,James
Sp iegelberg,G eorgeC.
Sp itz ,Leop old
Stamm,AlfredLouis
Stein,MeyerA.
Stein,S.
Steiner,HerbertE.
Steiner,MiltonS.
Stern,Albert
Stern,Albert
Stern,Arthur
Stern,Dav id
Stern,HenryRoot
Stern,Milton
Stern,Mrs .William
Sternberg,Samuel
StettenheimFoundation,
FloraR
.&IsidorM.
Stiefel,HelenS.
Stieglitz ,Mr
.&Mrs .Albert
Stix,Sylv anL
.
Stone,N .I.
Straus,HarryH.
Straus,HughG rant
Straus,RogerW
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* Strauss,Charles
Strauss,Mrs .DaisyR.
Strauss,Dr .Israel
Strauss,LewisL.
Strauss,Mrs .S.J .
Stroock,Mrs .PaulineS.
Stroock,SolM.
Sulz berger,ArthurHays
Sulz berger,Mrs .CyrusL.
Sulz berger,Dav idHays
Sulz berger,Nathan
Sundheimer,W .A.
Surut,Louis
Sussman,WilliamS.
Tas,Emile
Taussig,Mrs .NoahW
.
Toch, Max
Trachman,Morris
Trencher,Bernard
Trounstine,LewisJ .
U hry,Mrs .Rose
U nger,HarryW.
* U nterberg,Israel
VanRaalte,Benjamin
Veith,Mrs.F.F.
Vineberg,HiramN.
Vogel,EdwinC.
* Vogelstein,Ludwig
Vorhaus,LouisJ .
Wachenheim,Edgar
Wachenheim,RobertJ .
Wachman,J .M.
Waldman,MorrisD.
Wallach,Charles
Waller,Jerome
Wallerstein,Leo
Wallerstein,Leo&Max
Wallerstein,Max
Warburg,FelixM.
Wasserv ogel,Isidor
Waterman,Edmund
Weil,CharlesS.
Weil,Mr .&Mrs .Sumner
Weill,Max
Weinberg,SidneyJ .
Weiner,Mrs .Dav id
Weisman,MiltonC.
* Deceased
Listof SustainingMembers
Weiss,J .S.
Wels,Isidor
Wertheimer,LeonG .
Wilensky,A
.0 .
Wiley,Louis
Willett,G eorge
Willett,Meyer
Willstatter,Mrs .A.
* Wimp fheimer,CharlesA.
Wolbarst,Dr
.A.L.
Wolf,Abraham
Wolf,Frank
Wolf,Simson
Wolff,Mrs
.J .R
.
Wolff,Jerome
Wolff,Mrs .Meyer
Wolfinsohn,Mrs .Wolfe
Wolfson,T.
Wollman,Henry
Wollman,WilliamJ .
Women' sBranchU nionof
OrthodoxSynagogues
Women' sLeagueofU nited
Synagogues
Y ankauer,Alfred
Y ankauer,Max
Y ounker,IraM.
Zaliels,Max
Zobel,FrederickC.
Brooklyn
Bachrach,ClarenceG .
Berstein,B.
Bildersee,MissAdele
Block,Alexander
Blum,RobertE.
BrooklynJewishCommittee
Brown,Desmond
Celler,Emanuel
Franks,HymanS.
G ermain,L.
G reene,D.
G reenstone,Meyer
G roden,Morris
Hamburger,Louis
Jason,AlfredH
.
Jaffa,Charles
Kiss,M.
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Lev y,MarksG .
Lieberman,William
Lyons,Alex
Margulies,Dr .
Marks,HenryM.
Matz ,Israel
Max,WilliamD.
May,Josep hM.
Mochat,Bertram
Morris,Dr .William
Neumann,Dr.Henry
Rosenblum,Philip
Rosenson,A.S.
Rothschild,WalterN .
Salant,AaronB.
Schaap ,Josep hM.
Schwartz ,Dav id
Shap iro,Ep hraim
Snyder,Marshall
StraussStoresCorp .
Sweedler,Nathan
Thau,Sigmund
Troy,CarlEdward
Voice,JacobA.
Voltter,LouisA.
Weinberg,Harry
Westheimer,SidneyB.
Wiernik,P.
LongIsland
Cahn,Sigmund,RichmondHill
Diamond,S.,Oz onePark
Eisenmann,E.,FarRockaway
G ross,G eorgeM.,Jamaica
Henshel,H.D.,KewG ardens
Hofman,Step henM.,
FarRockaway
Jaffe,Herman,ForestHills
Kohn,Mrs.Max,Cedarhurst
Veit,Benjamin,FarRockaway
Weiner,Carrie,Woodmere
StatenIsland
Jacobson,Isadore,
PortRichmond
Lev y,Max,PortRichmond
NEWY ORK
Adams
Belloff,Aaron
Albany
Aronowitz ,SamuelE.
Aufsesser,Mrs .F.M.
Aufsesser,Moses
Barnet,HarryB.
Bamberger,J .B.
Bookstein,Isadore
DeBeer,FrederickS.
DeBeer,Jacob
Fleischman,A.S.
Friend,CharlesM.
G reen,Josep h
Hirschfeld,Henry
Ilich,Julius
Jacobs,Av rom
Lamer,SamuelH.
Myers,Nathan
Neuman,LeoH
.
Robinson,RobertA.
Rosendale,S.W .
Silberman,Louis
Swartz ,C.J .
Tarsey,BenjaminR.
Wallenstein,Reuben
Binghamton
Abrams,Lawrence
Bloom,M.S.
Cohen,BenF
.
Dav is,HerbertM.
Diamond,SamuelL
.
Frankel,Sidney
G itlitz ,J .B.
Horov itch,Samuel
Klionsky,Mrs .
Lev ene,Charles
Lev ene,Henry
Mossew,CharlesA.
Pearis,Samuel
Resnick,Morris
Rosenthal,CharlesR.
Rosenthal,S.C.
Rubin,Leo
Soll,Maurice
Stearns,Albert
Weiss,Martin
Buffalo
Bock,Meyer
ErieCountyLodgeIOBA
Harris,SamuelJ .
Keiser,A.
Lev i,Siegfried
Lewis,Max
Maisel,Louis
Nathan,Mrs .Henry
Penn,J .P.
Roblin,Daniel
Roblin,Harry
Sap erston,HowardT.
Sap erston,WillardW .
Victor,Harry
Warner,Edgar
Warner,Rudolp hJ .
Weill,Louis
Weintraub,Max
Wile,Herman
CentralValley
Ahrend,D.H.
Cobleskill
Weitz man,H.
Croton
Kap lan,J .M.
Ellenv ille
Lev ine,HermanJ .
Elnihurst
SeacrestLaundry,Inc .
Elmira
G olos,B.E.
Horwitz ,Harry
Sammet,J .B
.
Hartsdale
G aisman,H.J .
Meyer,ArthurS.
Herkimer
Schermer,Benjamin
ListofSustainingMembers
Jeffersonv ille
G insberg,A.
Larchmont
Elkan,Benno
LittleFalls
NationalCouncilofJewish
Women
MountVernon
Ep stein,H.
Mann,Leon
NewRochelle
G uttag,J .
Miller,Mrs .NathanJ .
Potter,SamuelA.
Rosett,L.
Newburgh
Stern,F.
Stroock,BertramA
.
NiagaraFalls
Chinkers,Mrs .J .
Lev yBros .FurnitureCo .
Op p enheim,Mrs .PearlS
.
SilberbergBros .
Silberberg,Bertha&Sarah
Olean
Marcus,H
.W .
Pittsford
Wolf,Mrs .HoraceJ .
Poughkeep sie
Rosenthal,Reuben
Rochester
Adler,Isaac
Adler,Max
Adler,Mortimer
Ap p lebaum,S.J .
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Bakrow,JuleJ .
Benjamin,Morris
Cohen,Morris
Cohn,HermanC.
Cohn,HermanM.
Cramer,B.A.
Edelstein,Simon
Ep stein,MissMinnie
Firestone,S.
Forman,B.
G arson,L.M.
G ermanow,Herman
G laser,Jerome
Harris,HarryZ .
Hess,Mr.&Mrs .G erald
Heumann,Sol
Hyman,AlfredH
.
Katz ,Mrs .A.J .
Klonick,Harry
Kochenthal,Jesse
Kolio,H.
Krause,Eugene
Leiter,Harry
Lerner,MacyL.
Lev y,H.J .
Lowenthal,EugeneM.
Mannheimer,Ike
Markus,CharlesW.
Meyers,Jacq uesL.
Meyers,WalterS
.
Michaels,Josep h
Neisner,Josep hM.
Samuelsohn,Henry
Segal,Harry
Silv erstein,Josep hE.
Simon,Mrs .Florence
Sp anel,A
.
Steifell,Mrs .Simon
Stein,SimonN
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Stern,HenryM.
Stern,M.A.
Weiss,MissEsther
Wile,JuliusM.
Wiley,Julian
Scarsdale
G ip s,WalterF.
Trager,J .G arfield
Wolff,Mr .&Mrs .SamuelF.
Schenectady
G raubart,MauriceB.
G rosberg,Josep hE.
Lurie,Lewis
Suffern
G oldburg,Louis
Syracuse
G rossman,Lionel0 .
Serling,Harry
ReligiousSchool,Temp leSociety
SyracuseJewishFederation
Troy
Alexander,Milton
Beth- ElBrotherhood
Butler,H.H.
U tica
Abelov e,Barney
Abelson,Barney
Brown,Louis
Cop eland,Dav id
Freedman,MissSara
G oodman,Harold
G reen,Charles
G ross,Nathan
G rossman,B.C.
Hanen,John
Jacobson,Edward
JewishCommunityCouncil
Katz man,Nathan
Kowalsky,H.E.
Kowalsky,Louis
Kowalsky,Robert
Lewis,H.Myron
Lichtman,E.A.
Lichtman,Max
Markson,Samuel
Samuels,Josep h
Sitrin,Charles
Sitrin,CharlesT.
Sitrin,Hyman
Slater,H.Samuel
Sonneborn,Herman
Toffier,Bernard
Vyner,A.L.
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Watertown
Lebov sky,EdwardH.
WestAlbany
Rosenstock,SidneyM.
WhitePlains
Aronson,Jacob
Burstein,Benjamin
Doernberg,DudleyD.
G rinberg,J .P.
JewishCommunityCenter
Kemp ner,AlanH.
Lewis,Edward
Pollock,Joe
Tannenbaum,SamuelW.
NORTHCAROLINA
Burgaw
Highsmith,Emmett
Margolis,H.
G oldsboro
Community
Weil,Mrs .Henry
Weil,Lionel
G reensboro
Community
Cone,Herman
Cone,Mrs .Jeanette
Mount Airy
Schafer,Mrs .R
Statesv ille
Wallace,Sigmund
Wilmington
Block,William
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Bismarck
Rigler,Charles
Mill,W.
Fargo
Bachenheimer,Hugo
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G oldberg,LouisP.
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Kaufman,M.
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Bucyrus
Engelhard,M.
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Laz arus,Simon
Meisner,Simon
Sumner,SamuelN .
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Adler,C.C.
Adler,M.L.
Adler,R.C.
Cohn,HarryE.
Cramer,Norman
Eisenberger,I
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Lehman,Bernard
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Lessner,Josep hM.
Newsalt,T.A.
Rauh,Ed
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Sanders,Nathan
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Hamilton
Kohn,MyronD.
Sp ringfield
Community
Jaffa,Sam
Steubenv ille
Freifield,Samuel
Toledo
Basch,Sylv ain
Billstein,H.H.
Bloch,HenryB.
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Cronstine,Dr .Monroe
Edelstein,Sol
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Kobacker' s
Lemp ert,M.H.
Lev ison,Harry
Newmeyer,Leroy
Reuben,AlE.
Sanger,Sigmund
Schreiber,Cornell
Skutch,WilliamG .
Smith,OscarJ .
Wiener,Herman
Zeckhauser,Julius
Ziegler,Alfred
Y oungstown
Frankle,Mose
JewishWelfareCamp aign
Kliv ans,Jacob
Lev inson,Harry
Lev ison,Ritter
Moyer,Morris
OKLAHOMA
Ardmore
ArdmoreFederatedCharities
Westheimer,Max
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Zweigel,A.
Bartlesv ille
May,Anna
Bristow
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CouncilofJewishWomen
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Herz berg,A.
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Blondstein,Sam
Frank,Charles
Frank,HarryB.
Hinton
Seigle,Morris
Idabel
Fine,M.
Wiesenfeld,Morris
Lawton
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McAlester
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Sondheimer,Samuel
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Hart,Otto
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Herman,S.H.
Herskowitz ,E.N .
Herskowitz ,Harry
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Herskowitz Estate,Max
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Hirschland,Ben
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Jacobson,J
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Kop p ,Mrs .H.
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Mendel,A.
Mulmed,B.
Muroff,Mr.
Myer,Mrs .Josep h
Naman,Mrs.Ed
Paul,G usA.
Paul,H.
Pollock,L
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Rosenfield,Mrs .H.
Rosenfield,Joel
Rosenfield,Louis
Rosenfield,Max
Rosenthal,Al
Rubin,I.
Sanditen,H.
Schinwald,Dav e
Schonwald,Morris
Schwartz ,J
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Simon,Harry
Singer,S.J .
StandardFoodMarkets
Tanenbaum,Mrs .Josie
Taubaum,A.
Teller,H.J .
Warsaski,Dav id
Warshawer,M.W.
Wolff,H.P.
Okrnulgee
Sheffel,Nathan
Perry
G ottlieb,M.
G ottlieb,R.
Lobsitz ,James
PoncaCity
G allanter,J .G .
G oldenstein,J .
Shure,M.B.
Sap ulp a
Katz Dep t .Store
Shawnee
Kamenesky,Jake
Stillwater
Katz ,J
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Tulsa
Ap p leman,Nathan
Hershkowitz ,I.M.
Weatherford
Kramer,BenH.
Soloway,M.
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Adler,Cyrus
Allman,JustinP
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Amram,Dav idW
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Ancker,LawrenceL.
Atchick,Isaac
Behrend,Moses
Berkowitz ,LeonL.
Bernstein,RobertM.
Billikop f,Jacob
Blauner,Harry
Bloch,Arthur
Blumenthal,Hart
Blumenthal,Mrs .Rebecca
Braude,HenryW.
Brav ,Aaron
Brylawski,Edward
Cassett,L
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Cohen,A.J .
Cohen,Israel
CongregationBethEl
Cushman,EdwardH.
Drob,Morris
Eichholz ,Adolp h
Ellerman,Sidney
Ellis,A.M.
Elmaleh,L.H.
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Fernberger,HermanW
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F l e i s h e r , A r t h u r A .
F o x , C h a r l e s E d w i n
F r a n k , M a r t i n
F r i e d m a n , L i o n e l
F r i e d m a n , Sa m u e l
F r i e d m a n , Sa m u e l P .
G e r s t l e y , M r s . H .
G e r s t l e y , I s a a c
G e r s t l e y , L o u i s , J r .
G e r s t l e y , Sa m u e l
G o l d bu r gh , H a r o l d L .
G o l d e r , Be n ja m i n M .
G o l d s m i t h , K a t h e r i n e
G o l d s t e i n , J o s e p h
G o r d o n , A .
G r a n d L o d ge J u d a i c Un i o n
G r a y , J
. M a u r i c e
G r e e n s t o n e , J u l i u s H .
G r o s s , H a r r y
G r o s s m a n , Sa m u e l
H a ge d o r n , J o s e p h H .
H a r Zi o n Te m p l e
H a s s l e r , I s a a c
H e i d e l be r ge r , L o u i s
H i r s h , H a r r y B .
H e n l y , E l k a n
K a p p , Da vi d
K a t z, Si m o n
K a t ze n be r g, L u c i e n
K a t zm a n , M a x
K i n d , M r s . I d a
K i n d , Ph i l i p
K l e i n , A l f r e d M .
K l e i n , E u ge n e
K o c h , I . M .
K o h n , Be r n a r d
K o h n , I r vi n g
K o h n , J o s e p h
L a n gf e l d , W i l l i a m L .
L e vi n t h a l , L o u i s E
.
L e vy , H o w a r d S .
L e vy , L i o n e l F.
L i c h t e n s t e i n , M a y e r
L i e be r m a n , A l be r t H .
L i f t e r , M r s . J o s e p h J .
L o e b, A d o l p h
L o e b, A r t h u r
L o e b, H o w a r d A .
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L o e b, M i c h a e l
L o e b, O s c a r
L o e w e n be r g, Sa m u e l A .
L o e w e n s t e i n , Si d n e y
M a r k o vi t z Br o s .
M a t u s o w , H a r r y
M a y e r , C l i n t o n O .
M a ze r , C h a r l e s
M i l l e r - F a gge n , M r s . J e n n i e H .
M i t o s k y , J o s e p h
Ne u m a n , A br a h a m A .
Nu s ba u m , H a r r y _
O be r m a y e r , L e o n J .
Pa l e y , Sa m u e l
Pe p Bo y s - M a n n y - M o e - J a c k
Pf a e l ze r , M r s . F r a n k A
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Pi n k u s , M a x
Po l l o c k , M i s s H e n r i e t t e S .
Re f o r m C o n gr e ga t i o n
K e n e s e t h I s r a e l
Ri e s m a n , Da vi d
Ro bi n s o n , H a r r y A
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Ro s e n , Th e o d o r e
Ro s e n ba u m , H e i n r i c h
Ro s e n f e l d , A . L .
Ro s e n w a l d , L e s s i n g J
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Ro s e w a t e r , V i c t o r
Ro s s k a m , E m m a
Ro s s k a m , L e s t e r G .
Ro s s k a m , W i l l i a m B .
Sc h l e s s , Ro be r t A .
Sc h n e y e r C l o t h i n g C o .
Sc h o r r , G e o r ge J .
Sc h o r r , H e n r y W .
Se l i g, Be r n a r d
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Se l i g, So l
Si c k l e s , So l o m o n
So l i s - C o h e n , J . , J r
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So l i s - C o h e n , S .
So l m s , A l be r t M .
Sp e c t o r , M a u r i c e
St e r n , Be r n h a r d
St e r n , M i s s Be r t h a
St e r n , M r s . De bbi e L .
St e r n , H o r a c e
St e r n , H o w a r d E .
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Tr u m p e r , M a x
V a n St r a a t e n , A l e x
W a l t e r , Si m o n
W e be r , Da vi d
W e i n t r a u b, J u l i u s
W e y l , J u l i u s S .
W e y l , M a u r i c e N .
W h i t e , A be
W o l f , M r s . A l be r t
W o l f , C l a r e n c e
W o l f , Da vi d J .
*W o l f , E d w i n
W o l f , M r s . F e d o r a
W o l f , H o w a r d A .
W o l f , L o u i s
W o l f , M o r r i s
W o l f , W a l t e r L .
W u r ze l , M a u r i c e L .
A l l e n t o w n
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F r a e n k e l , J u l i u s
G o t t l i e b, M o r i t z M .
H a l t ze l , H e n r y S
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H e s s , M r s . M a x
K a u f f m a n n , M i t c h e l l
L e o n a r d , J o s e p h
M a r k o w i t z, Sa m u e l
Sa m u e l s , M r s
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Sa m u e l s , J a y M .
Sm i t h , Sa m u e l
Su bi n , L o u i s
A l t o o n a
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Sc h e e l i n e , I s a i a h
Be a ve r F a l l s
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H o r w i t z, W i l l i a m
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H i r s c h , L o u i s A .
Sl o s s , M a r ga r e t F .
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L a n c a s t e r
Pi r o s h , W i l l i a m
Sa l o m o n , Sa u l
St e i n , B . D .
L a n s f o r d
K u t l e r , Re u be n
L e e c h bu r g
Br a u n , H a r r y
L e h i gh t o n
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Un i o n C l o t h i n g C o .
M o u n t Un i o n
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Pa l m e r t o n
Ph i l i p , H a r r y
Pi t t s bu r gh
A a r o n , M a r c u s
Ba e r , J u l i u s
Ba s h , H e n r y
Ba u m , H u go
Bl u m , M a x L .
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K a n n , St a n l e y J .
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K l e i n , S . S .
L a bo w i t z, Da vi d
L e h m a n , M r . & M r s . I r vi n F
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L o e b, F r a n k S .
Ne a m a n , M o r r i s
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W e r t h e i m e r , M i s s E l l a
Ra n k i n
W e be r , M o r r i s B .
Re a d i n g
Un i t e d J e w i s h A p p e a l
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C o m m u n i t y
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L o e b, M r s . L e e
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