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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.
In 1892, Levy Lenchner, a gilder (mirror maker), and Toba Asna Kler were married.
Leopold Lerner was a business executive and Jewish community leader. He was born in Russia and arrived in the United States in 1907. By 1943, he was settled in San Francisco.
Robert Levinson was an historian, educator, and author who specialized in the history of Jews in the western United States.
Born in Berlin as Sonia Wolff, Levitin immigrated to the U.S. and lived in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Moraga, Calif.
The collection consists of material relating to E.R. Levy of Folsom, California and his family.
The Lilienthal family came from a valley in Schnaittach-Huttenbach, Germany, near Munich. The original family name was Seligmann.
Ernest Lilienthal (b. 1910-d.1993) was the son of Samuel Lilienthal and Alice Haas. He served, for a time, as president and chairman of the board of Haas Brothers.
The collection consists of materials relating to the Lipman, Harris, Lesser, Hirshfeld, Bibo, Levy, and Salmonson families, including the following: a booklet written by Rowena Lipman, "The Famil