- Digital Programs
Abraham Rosenberg, who was born in Jenny Lind, Calif., was in the shoe business before he and his brothers, Adolph and Max, started a successful dried fruit and nuts export business called Rosenb
Jacob Rosenberg was born in 1834 in Fordon, Prussia. At the age of fifteen, Rosenberg trained to be a tailor and found work in cities and towns throughout Prussia.
Born in Minsk in the mid-1890s, Bashe Rosenbloom emigrated to Petaluma, Calif., where she became active in the Jewish Music Alliance, the Jewish Culture Club, the Jewish Folk Chorus, and the Read
Ida Poriss was born in Berezna, Russia. Her family entered the U.S. in 1902 and then moved to California in 1907.
An 1862 engagement agreement for Jacob Blumlein and Phillipine Hellman and a document providing details about the power of a
George Samuels was a judge of the Superior Court for Alameda County, Calif., and of the Police Court, in Oakland, from 1903
San Francisco's Schuetzen Verein, a German-American shooting and social club, was established in 1859. It also served a public safety and militia function.
Contains various materials collected by William Schwartzman about the violinist Isaac Stern, including newspaper clippings;
Fanny Jaffe came from a small town in Russia and, in 1889, immigrated to the U.S.