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Simon Lubin, son of David Lubin (1849-1919), was a labor and agricultural economist, social worker, and educator.
A "Torah binder" is a Jewish ceremonial textile used to keep a Torah (Hebrew Bible) scroll closed tightly when it is no
George F. Malone was a resident of Oakland, Calif.
Marks and Company was a general merchandise firm in ninetheenth-century Oakland, California.
Lillian Mattimore was born in the Jewish ghetto of Shanghai, a community made up of refugees from Nazi-occupied Europe.
In 1906, Isaac Meyer Handelsman (later Isaac Meyers) emigrated from London, England to Montreal, Canada. By 1908, Meyers was in Warren, Michigan, where he worked as a farmer.
Oakland's Modern Day School was founded in 1957, an outgrowth of the Hebrew day school movement.
Helen Motto was born in Warsaw, Poland and immigrated to the United States as a child. She married Jacob Motto and moved to Santa Barbara in 1923.
The painting by Moritz Daniel Oppenheim (1800-1882), portraying an imagined meeting among scholars Mo
The Haggadah (Heb. הגדה, "narrative;" pl.