Hon. Moses H. Grossman, one of the Jewish judges of New York, presented last night a collection of rare legal documents, the value of which defies computation, to the Law School of New York University at Washington Square, from which he was graduated in 1894. The documents were presented in honor of Frederick A. Brown, the realtor and Jewish philanthropist, a lifelong friend of Judge Grossman’s, and who is himself a generous contributor to the University.
The presentation was made to Chancellor Elmer Ellsworth Brown, in the presence of Frank H. Somer, dean of the Law School, who was also chairman at the special ceremony held in the Washington Square Playhouse. Chancellor Brown made a brief address, as did Mr. Brown.
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