- Digital Programs
The collection consists of copies of various materials that Kenneth Kann compiled and used while doing research for his books about the Jewish community in Petaluma, Calif., including the titles
J. M. Kelber, whose family came from Russia, lived in Northern California. Kelber served as the chairman of the Israel Committee and of the Israel Bond Drive (1954-1961).
Emanuel Kline was the first judge and prosecuting attorney in Jarbidge, Nev. (1910).
The Knights of Pythias is a fraternal organization established to promote friendship, charity, and benevolence
Born in Chicago, Ellis B. Kohs was the son of Samuel C. Kohs.
Montefiore Koshland was born in 1868 to Simon Koshland and Rosina Frauenthal. Simon came to Sacramento, California from Bavaria in 1850.
Harry Kushner was a Jewish businessman; he played a prominent role in Los Angeles's Merit Products Company.
Virginia Hoppe Ladensohn was born in San Francisco to Herbert Hoppe (April 10, 1883-July 1, 1961) and Bertha Neumann (October 3, 1885-January 24, 1936) in 1909.
The Ladies United Hebrew Benevolent Society was an organization founded in San Francisco in 1855 and then incorporated in 1862 to aid and assist needy Jewish women.