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This article was published in 1893.
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  • Reform Advocate -- September 09, 1893

    Max M. Rothschild died on September 5th 1893, at his home, 2112 Prairie Ave. The deceased was born in Germany in 1849 and came to America when quite young. He came to Chicago from Davenport, Iowa, in 1871, where, with his three brothers, Abram M., Emmanuel, and Isaac, he had conducted an extensive clothing business. Later, Abram and Emmanuel came to Chicago and the three brothers entered the wholesale clothing line, the firm now doing business at 203 and 205 Monroe st. He was a member of the Congregation Kehilath Anshe Maariv. Mr. Rothschild was a man of much charity and was always generous to the poor.

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