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George Simmons was born in England, around 1861. In 1891, he settled in San Francisco before moving to Nome, Alaska, where he planned to trade furs with the Eskimos.
San Francisco's Chevra Kadisha was founded in 1901 by San Francisco's Eastern European
Contains various photographs of members of the Sloss family, including portraits of Leon Sloss, Sr., Hattie Hecht Sloss, M.C. Sloss, Margaret Sloss, and Richard Sloss.
Adele Solomons was born in San Francisco on November 7, 1868, the daughter of Seixus and Hannah Marks Solomons. She received an M.D. in homeopathy from Hahnemann Medical College of the Pacific.
Lucius Levy Solomons was an attorney, orator, and writer, based in San Francisco; also an officer in B'nai B'rith and the Romanian Relief Society; he married Helen B. Frank in 1896.
Sarah Spiegelman was a graduate of San Francisco's Mission High School.
Piroska Dormann and Erwin Simonovits (a.k.a. Stanton) and their daughter Eva emigrated from Austria in September 1938 and settled in Alameda County.
Rosalie Meyer Stern was a civic and social leader of San Francisco.
Samuel Stern emigrated from Germany to the United States, eventually settling in California.