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Ben J. Weiss, of Oakland, Calif., was, for a time, the secretary and treasurer of Oakland's Temple Beth Abraham.
Rabbi of San Francisco's Congregation Beth Sholom from the time of the building's completion in 1935 to 1983.
In 1864, some disaffected members of San Francisco's Congregation Emanu-El broke away and established Congregation Ohabai Shalome, when they objected to the modification of the ritual in the olde
Bertram Wolfsohn was a president of B'nai B'rith San Francisco Lodge, No. 21.
Julius Francis Behrend (b. in Hamburg, Germany, 2 Aug. 1863; d.
Mona Bazaar (May 22, 1904 - March 7, 1992) was the author of several self-published books: Exotic Recipes for a World Withou
Julius Baumann was born in Germany and arrived in the U.S. in time to volunteer for service in the U.S. Navy during the Civil War.
Julius Balzer married Augusta Marks in 1888, and Beatrice Joyce Balzer married Arthur Annis in 1910.
Simon Bachrach was born in Richmond, Virginia and settled in Oakland, California in the early 1880s.