Early East European Jewish women settlers and founders of the Old People's Home, Ladies Benevolent Society, Free Loan Association, and other charitable endeavors, as well as the Talmud Torah, organized as early as 1896. Bottom row (left to right): Gussie Kopplemann, Sarah Gould, Ida Older, Dora Doworsky, Mary Newman, Sima Israel, Lena Bogin, and Lena Seltzer. Second Row (left to right): Annie Weiner, Sophia Goodman, Gitel Gross, Sarah Brooks, Rose Levin, Rose Feinberg, Bella Katzman, Rachel Laschever. Third Row (left to right): Bella Herbert, Ethel Kramer, Fannie Finesilver, Dora Unger, Jennie Abuza, Sarah Diwinsky, Sarah Melamed and Mrs. Marcus. Among the active workers not included in the picture are Ida Greenberg, Sarah P. Suisman, S. Michel, Etta Wasserman, Tillie Lifshitz, A. H. Yessness, Mrs. Pozzner and Rebecca Naboichek.
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