Category:Adolphus Simeon Solomons
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English: Adolphus Simeon Solomons (1826-1910) helped establish the American Red Cross, organizing the first training school for nurses in Washington, D.C. and the Washington Night Lodging-House Association; he was an officer of the Provident Aid Society and the Emergency Hospital of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals; in New York, he helped organize Mt. Sinai Hospital and the Montefiore Home for Chronic Invalids; he was the founder of the Jewish Protectory and Aid Society, and of the Russian Jews Immigration Aid Society (NARA).
American publisher, philanthropist, and communal worker
|Date of birth||26 October 1826|
New York City
|Date of death||11 March 1910|
|Country of citizenship|