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In 1850, Morris Greenberg left Paris, France, accompanied by his wife and two children; they reached California in 1851.
Collection consists of receipts, deeds, and correspondence regarding Brunswick and Ormand family plots in sections of two San Francisco area Jewish cemeteries: Hills of Eternity (Sherith Israel)
Postcard sent to Gust Tsangario, of Helper, Utah, from the firm of Greenebaum, Weil & Michels (located on 740 Mission St
Charles and Kalman Haas founded Haas Brothers, Inc., a prominent wholesale grocery business in nineteenth-century California.
Consists of individual portraits of member of the Haas and Lilienthal families, photographs of weddings, and other family gatherings (in Lake Tahoe and on Mount Tamapais), and photographs of the
Abraham Haas (1847 -1921) was born in Reckendorf, Bavaria and immigrated to Portland, Oregon at age 16 to work in a grocery store established by his cousins, Charles, Samuel, and Kalman Haas.
Bertha Greenebaum Haas was the wife of prominent San Francisco merchant William Haas and mother of Charles, Alice, and Florine Haas.
Elise Stern Haas was born in San Francisco on Oct. 29, 1893, the only child of Rosalie Meyer and Sigmund Stern.
William Haas was born in Bavaria and immigrated to San Francisco in the 1860s.