B'nai B'rith Home for Children 1927-1928 Report
Sixteenth Annual Report of the Board of Governors and Directors of the B'nai B'rith Home for Children, July 1927 to July 1928.
Names in this online transcription include Aaron, Abrams, Anathan, Aron, Baer, Baker, Behr, Benedict, Berliner, Biernbaum, Bissinger, Blendenthal, Bresnick, Brown, Buka, Cahn, Camphire, Cohen, Cutler, Davis, DeWoolfson, Dryfoose, Emerman, Erhlich, Felheim, Feuchtwanger, Frank, Geisinger, Geller, Gerson, Gladke, Goldberg, Goldenberg, Goldman, Goldsmi, Goldsmit, Goldsmith, Good, Gordon, Grabuski, Grad, Grafner, Greenstone, Gumbinsky, Gusky, Hanauer, Harris, Herscovitz, Horkheimer, Horwitz, Isaacs, Jacobs, Jacobson, Jashenosky, Jay, Kahn, Kaufman, Keller, Kirschen, Kirson, Kline, Kohn, Kraus, Kun, Landsberg, Lasalle, Laurie, Lazeras, Leon, Leshner, Levey, Levi, Levy, Light, Lorenz, Magriso, March, Marcus, Marks, May, Mayer, Meyerhoff, Meyers, Morris, Moskowitz, Moss, Nast, Obernauer, Oppenheimer, Ostheimer, Ostrow, Pittle, Pollak, Pollock, Poser, Powdermaker, Rellis, Rigberg, Risenzweig, Roany, Rosenbaum, Rosenstein, Rosin, Rothstein, Ruben, Salus, Sayer, Schaffner, Schaul, Schlosser, Schulhoff, Schuster, Schwarz, Sey, Shapiro, Shear, Sheetz, Shusett, Simon, Sobel, Solomon, Sonneborn, Spatz, Steinbach, Steinberg, Steinfeld, Steinhart, Stern, Straus, Strausburger, Sulzbacher, Sunstein, Sweitzer, Weil, Weiss, Weitzenkorn, Werheimer, Wiener, Wildfeuer, Zacks, Zeiger.
Labels: Pennsylvania, Orphanage Records
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