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Thought this might be yours. Pineas LEVINE, one of the founders of the Workmen's Circle, prominent in
Socialism in Manhattan, and cashier of the Metropolitan News Co., died on Monday in the Methodist Episcopal Hospital. He was born in Russia fifty-two years ago and had been a resident of Brooklyn for twelve years, at 150
Hooper Street. He is survived by a widow, Anna; two sons, Herman B. and A. Maurice, and five daughters, Sadie, Amelia, Harriet, Grace, and Lillian. The funeral will be tomorrow with burial in Washington Cemetery. I am not related & have no other inf.