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Acknowledging the debt

Keppler, Udo J., 1872-1956
Print shows a female figure labeled "Civilization" placing laurel wreaths on bust sculptures of "Baron Hirsch" and "Baroness Hirsch" that sit on a foundation labeled "In Honor of the World's Two Greatest Philanthropists." Caption: Spirit of Civilization--By your great gifts and your noble work for the poor of all creeds and races you have taught more of brotherly love than all the social theorists the world has ever known.
Philanthropists, Busts, Wreaths, Hirsch, Maurice de, baron, 1831-1896, Hirsch, Clara de, baroness, 1833-1899
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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