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ROSENBLATT, JOSEF MICHEL – Austrian barrister; born March 20, 1853, at Cracow, Galicia, in which city he received his education, graduating from the university in 1876. After having passed his state examination in 1880, he settled in his native city as a...
ROSENFELD, MORRIS – Yiddish poet; born at Boksha, government of Suwalki, Russian Poland, Dec. 28, 1862, educated at Boksha, Suwalki, and Warsaw. He worked as a tailor in New York and London and as a diamond-cutcer in Amsterdam, and settled in New...
ROSENSTEIN, SAMUEL SIEGMUND – German physician; born at Berlin Feb. 20, 1832; son of Rabbi Elhanan Rosenstein, and grandson of Rabbi Rosenstein of Bonn. He studied philosophy, and, later, medicine at the University of Berlin, graduating as M.D. in 1854. From...
ROSENTHAL, FERDINAND – German rabbi; born at Kenese, Hungary, Nov. 10, 1839; educated at several Talmud Torahs, the gymnasium at Vienna, and the universities of Leipsic and Berlin (Ph. D. and Rabbi 1866). In 1867 he became rabbi at Beuthen, Upper...
ROSENTHAL, ISIDOR – German physiologist; born at Labischin, near Bromberg, Posen, July 16, 1836; died in 1904. Graduating as M.D. from the University of Berlin in 1859, he became assistant in the physiological institute and received the "venia...
ROSENTHAL, MAX – American painter and engraver; born at Turek, near Kalisz, Russian Poland, Nov. 23, 1833. He studied at Berlin under Karl Harnisch, and at Paris under Martin Thurwanger, whom he accompanied to the United States in 1849. Settling...
ROSENTHAL, MORITZ – Austrian physician; born at Grosswardein, Hungary, 1833; died in Vienna Dec. 30, 1889. Educated at the University of Vienna (M.D. 1858), he became in 1863 privatdocent and in 1875 assistant professor of neurology.Besides about...
ROSENTHAL, TOBY EDWARD – American artist; born at New Haven, Conn., March 15, 1848. He received a public-school education at San Francisco, whither his family had removed in 1855, and studied art under Fortunato Arviola in the same city in 1864. In 1865...
ROSENTHAL-BONIN, HUGO – German author; born at Berlin Oct. 14, 1840; died at Stuttgart April 7, 1897. After having studied natural science at the universities of Berlin and Paris, he traveled through the south of Europe, the United States of America,...
ROSENZWEIG, GERSON – Russian-American editor, author, and poet; born at Byelostok, Russia, April, 1861. He received his education in the Jewish schools of Berlin, Cracow, and in Byelostok and other cities of Russia, and conducted a Hebrew school in...
ROSEWATER, ANDREW – American engineer; born in Bohemia Oct. 31, 1848. When very young he removed with his family to the United States, settling in Cleveland, where he was educated at the public schools. In 1864 he joined the engineer corps of the...
ROSIN, HEINRICH – German physician; born at Berlin Aug. 28, 1863; son of David Rosin. He studied at Breslau and Freiburg (M.D. 1887), and in 1888 became assistant to Rosenbach at the Allerheiligen Hospital. In 1892 he went to Berlin as assistant...
ROTH, MORITZ – Swiss physician; born at Basel Dec. 25, 1839; educated at the universities of Würzburg, Göttingen, Berlin, and Basel (M.D. 1864). In 1866 he became privat-docent at the University of Basel, and in 1868 at that of Greifswald. In...
ROTH, WILHELM – Austrian rhinologist; born at Kluckno, Hungary, Oct. 10, 1848. He received his education at the gymnasium at Eperies, Hungary, and at the University of Vienna (M. D. 1873). Establishing himself in Vienna, he became in 1885...
ROTHSCHILD – Celebrated family of financiers, the Fuggers of the nineteenth century, deriving its name from the sign of a red shield borne by the house No. 148 in the Judengasse of Frankfort-on-the-Main. This house is mentioned in the...
ROTHSCHILD – Celebrated family of financiers, the Fuggers of the nineteenth century, deriving its name from the sign of a red shield borne by the house No. 148 in the Judengasse of Frankfort-on-the-Main. This house is mentioned in the...
ROTHSCHILD – Celebrated family of financiers, the Fuggers of the nineteenth century, deriving its name from the sign of a red shield borne by the house No. 148 in the Judengasse of Frankfort-on-the-Main. This house is mentioned in the...
ROTHSCHILD – Celebrated family of financiers, the Fuggers of the nineteenth century, deriving its name from the sign of a red shield borne by the house No. 148 in the Judengasse of Frankfort-on-the-Main. This house is mentioned in the...
ROTHSCHILD – Celebrated family of financiers, the Fuggers of the nineteenth century, deriving its name from the sign of a red shield borne by the house No. 148 in the Judengasse of Frankfort-on-the-Main. This house is mentioned in the...
ROTHSCHILD – Celebrated family of financiers, the Fuggers of the nineteenth century, deriving its name from the sign of a red shield borne by the house No. 148 in the Judengasse of Frankfort-on-the-Main. This house is mentioned in the...
ROTHSCHILD – Celebrated family of financiers, the Fuggers of the nineteenth century, deriving its name from the sign of a red shield borne by the house No. 148 in the Judengasse of Frankfort-on-the-Main. This house is mentioned in the...
RUBO, ERNST TRAUGOTT – German jurist; born at Berlin July 8, 1834; died there March, 1895. Educated at the University of Heidelberg (LL.D. 1857), he was admitted to the bar in 1859. In 1861 he was appointed judge in Berlin, and in 1862 became...
SAALSCHÜTZ, JOSEPH LEWIN – German rabbi and archeologist; born March 15, 1801, at Königsberg, East Prussia; died there Aug. 23, 1863. Having received his education at the gymnasium and university of his native city (Ph.D. 1824), he held several positions...
SACHS, BERNHARD – American physician; born at Baltimore Jan. 2, 1858; educated at Harvard College, Cambridge, Mass., and at the universities of London, Berlin, Vienna, and Strasburg (M.D. 1882). In 1884 he settled in New York city, where since...
SACHS, JOHANN JACOB (JOSEPH ISIDOR) – German physician; born at Märkisch Friedland July 26, 1803; died at Nordhausen Jan. 11, 1846. Educated at the University of Königsberg (M.D. 1827), he established himself as a physician in Berlin. There he founded in 1832 the...