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An undated menu for Bernstein's Fish Grotto, which shows that the restaurant served a variety of seafood, including shellfis
Berkeley Jewish Senior Citizens was a group of senior citizens who met weekly at Temple Beth El in Berkeley, California for fellowship and to work on political issues related to aging.
Marjorie Himmelstern was a grand neice of prominent playwrite, producer, and theatre owner David
The United Hebrew Benevolent Association was founded in Helena, Montana, in 1885, to promote Jewish principles of "charity and benevolence," by helping the sick and needy, by defraying members' fun
Henry Vidaver was a prominent nineteenth-century American rabbi with pulpits in Philadelphia, St.
In 1882, Moses Wahrhaftig emigrated to the United States from Russia.
Regina Waldman was Executive Director of the Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews (BACSJ) from 1970 to 1981.
Pioneer San Francisco merchant, who emigrated from France and arrived in San Francisco in 1855. Within three years, he had become a partner of the J.W. Davidson Dry Goods Store.
Harris Weinstock (1854-1922) was born in London, England, and immigrated to the U.S. in 1855. He relocated to California in 1869 and became a San Francisco merchant.
Ben J. Weiss, of Oakland, Calif., was, for a time, the secretary and treasurer of Oakland's Temple Beth Abraham.