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Woodbine Agricultural School

Type / Call #INSTITUTIONAL / I-054REPORTS AND CORRESPONDENCE RELATING TO THE AGRICULTURE SCHOOL, STUDENTS AND STUDENT ACTIVITIES, AND THE COLONY IN PALESTINE ESTABLISHED BY ALUMNI.
Years1893-1927
Size12 boxes, 1 portfolio
ScopeWoodbine Agricultural School. The collection for the Woodbine Agricultural School spans 1893-1927, under call number I-54. Boxes 3 and 5a contain student records: correspondence regarding applications, medical exams, admissions, and inquiries. There are lists of graduates covering 1893 to 1918.

Boxes 9-10 involve 63 "scholarship students" to other schools: Delphi and the NY State Institute of Applied Agriculture in Farmingdale, NY:

Louis Brounstein
Max Brustein
Simon Friedland
Morris Frishman
Irving Gelfond
Irving Hochman
Hyman Jobrack
Benjamin Kahaner
Abrham Katzman
Elias Kleinstein
Joseph Mamodes
Samuel Norkin
Isidore S. Shapiro
Percy Shilepsky
Louis Seigel
Joseph Tannenbaum
Edward Victor
Samuel Axelrod
Abrham Benjamin
Benjamin Berginsky
James Berman
Daniel Bloom
Harry Boyer
David Cohen
Nathaniel Daniels
Irving Epstein
Leon Farhy
George Gapin
Louis Gitnik
Barney Goldberg
Isisdore Goldenbaum
Isaac Goldenberg
Nathaniael Goldenyer
Herman Louis Gottfried
Max Gronish
Benjamin Gropman
Samuel Hamerman
Frank Izsak
Rubin Jacobson
William Jelinek
Julius Kogut
Philip Kraus
Low L. Levann
Milton Levine
Yale Levine
Milton Luban
Samuel Mandel
Samuel Marus
Alfred Meyers
Phillip F. Pearl
Jess. L. Pinco
La Salle Rosenberg
Louis Sackman
Robert Sbar
Mathaniel Segall
Harry Serebnick
David Silverberg
Martin Tumin
Arthur Weinberg
Felix Weiner
Louis A. Werier
Charles Zack

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