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The 1901 Jewish Encyclopedia

Bischitz de Heves, Johanna

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Hungarian philanthropist born in Tata in 1827 died in Budapest March 28,1898 daughter of a porcelain manufacturer and wife of David Bischitz. She was the founder and president of the Jewish Women's Association, and the Jewish People's Kitchen, of Budapest vice-president of the Christian "Maria Dorothea Charitable Union": member of the committee of the Red Cross Society and honorary member and honorary president of more than 100 philanthropic societies of the province. In 1867 Baron Moritz de Hirsch founded at her instance and gave into her charge a relief bureau in Budapest, as a center for Hungary, placing at her disposal a yearly sum of 120,000 gulden for distribution among the poor. During her presidency more than 3,000,000 gulden were distributed. Her philanthropic labors were not only recognized by Emperor Francis Joseph I., who twice decorated her, but were acknowledged by King Leopold I. of Belgium.

Johanna Bischitz de Heves.
S. L. V.

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Singer, Isidore, Ph.D, Projector and Managing Editor. Entry for 'Bischitz de Heves, Johanna'. 1901 The Jewish Encyclopedia. 1901.

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