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Chronological List
January: 14, Yaakov Zerubavel.
February: A. L. Ben-Avigdor; 5, Nehemiah Bruell.
March: 1, Solomon Grayzel; 5, Jacob Rader Marcus; 18, Harold
Frederick Rubinstein; 30, Moritz Steinschneider.
April: 4, Aaron Ashman; 10, Adolf Boehm; 13, Naftali Frank-
furter; 23, Solomon Rosenberg.
May: 3, Michael Assaf, Meir ben Gedaliah Lublin; 5, Armand
Aaron Kaminka; 9, David Edelstadt; 13, Sholom Aleichem;
16, David Werner Amram; 19, Salomo Ludwig Steinheim;
27, Nathan Michael Gelber.
June: 2, Grace Aguilar, Shlomo Zemach; 8, Shlomo Bickel; 9,
Samuel Adler; 15, David L. Meckler, Siegbert Neufeld; 17,
Senior Sachs; 18, Israel Goldstein; 20, Robert Weltsch.
July: National Jewish Monthly; 3, Israel Porath; 4, Anita Libman
Lebeson; 11, Richard Beer-Hofmann.
August: 3, Leopold Dukes, David Neumark; 12, Aaron Reubeni;
20, Nathan Bistritzky, Jacob Glatstein; 27, Alexander Zeder-
baum.
September: 6, Joseph B. Schechtman; 7, Heinrich Graetz; 15,
Moshe Yaakov Ben-Gavriel, Hans Kohn; 17, Sheldon Haas
Blank; 19, Jacob Consino; 22, Simon Frug.
October: Abraham Regelson; 16, David Ben-Gurion.
November: 13, Harry Torczyner; 16, Shalom Ben-Baruch; 23,
Moses M. Yoshor; 29, Solomon Andhil Fineberg.
December: 13, Eliezer Greenberg; 21, Jacob Leveen; 22, Leo
Pinsker; 24, Solomon Asher Birnbaum; 25, Maurice Jacobs.
Alphabet ical List
S
a m u e l
A
d ler
.
75th anniversary of death. Born in Worms,
Germany, 1809, died in New York, June 9, 1891. Rabbi at Temple
Emanu-El in New York since 1857, he edited several Reform
prayerbooks and collected what was then one of the largest and
most valuable Jewish private libraries in this country, which is
now part of the Hebrew Union College Library in Cincinnati.
G
race
A
g u ilar
.
150th anniversary of birth. Born in London,
June 2, 1816, died in Frankfort on the Main in 1847. Of Sephardic
descent she wrote romantic stories about the Marranos, also works
in defense of Judaism.
D
av id
W
erner
A
m r a m
.
100th anniversary of birth. Born in
Philadelphia, May 16, 1866, died there 1939. A lawyer in his
native city he contributed many valuable articles on Jewish law