The Society of Freemen, (German.)
Founded, April 20th, 1851; numbers 300 active members, and is in
co-operation with the Freemen Societies of Cincinnati, Milwaukee,
Herrmann, Louisville, New Orleans and other places.
The Society has built two large houses, with meeting halls and school
One at the corner of Seventh and Hickory; the other at corner of
Carr and Sixteenth. In both schools 247 pupils are instructed, by four
teachers. Tuition fee only fifty cents per month. Children of poor
parents admitted free of charge.
HenryBœrnstein, , President .
GustavasKlier, , Vice President .
AdamSaffer, , Vice President .
GeorgeHoffmann, , Treasurer .
B.Scauchard, , Secretary .
AdolphusLevy, , book-keeper .
German Savings Institution.
RobertBarth, , President .
IsaacRosenfeld, , Treasurer and Secretary .
Board of Directors.
John B.Sarpy, ,
C. R.Stinde, ,
W. C.Tews, ,
Louis C.Hirschberg, ,
Office, 35 es Main, bnbetween Chesnut and Pine. Office hours from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Discount and offerings, 9 to 11 A. M. answers, 2 P. M.
German Roman Catholic Benevolent Society.
LiboriousMussenfechtler, , Pressdent .
Chr. H.Schiermann, , Vice President .
Fred. R.Heitkamp, , Treasurer .
LouisOttenad, , First Secretary .
BernardHeidacker, , Second Secretary .
Geo.Coller, , Marshal .
St. Vincent’s German Orphan Association.
Incorporated, March, 1851. Asylum on Twentieth, n of Biddle.
Chas. F.Blattan, , President .
FrancisBeehler, , Vice President .
FrancisSaler, , Treasurer .
GerhardDroege, , Secretary .
BernardHeidacker, , Assistant Secretary .
AntonHolle, , President of Trustees .
BernardSteinemann, , Secretary of Trustees .
Regular meetings on the first Sunday of every month, at 3
o’clock P. M.