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Edward Bransten was born in 1906 to Edward Brandenstein (b. 1870-d. 1948) and Florine (Haas) Brandenstein (b. 1881-d. 1973).
Levi Strauss, known as the world's largest clothing manufacturer, was founded by Levi Strauss, who arrived in San Francisco in 1850.
Adolph Heinrich Joseph Sutro was born in 1830, in Aachen, Prussia. After immigrating to the United States, he moved to San Francisco in 1850.
Motitz Winter was a rabbi in Germany for twenty-eight years. After the Nazis burned down his synagogue, he went to Shanghai, China and served the refugee Jewish community there for two years.
Sophie Gerstle Lilienthal was the daughter of Lewis (Lob) Gerstle and Hannah (Johannah) Greenebaum of San Francisco. On 27 Aug. 1879, she married Theodore Max Lilienthal.
When a group of San Francisco's Jews met in 1849 to participate in Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services, the end result was the formation of San Francisco's congregations, Emanu-El and Sherith I
Adolph Pinto was born in Prussia in 1817 and immigrated to California in 1852, during the Gold Rush.
In 1906, Jacob Blumlein became a partner in San Francisco’s S & W (Sussman-Wormser) Fine Foods.
Gray (Harry) collection on the San Francisco Jewish Community Center's production of The Golem, 1936
Long a central character in Jewish folklore, The Golem is a creature created by magic to serve the creator's needs and desires.
D. N. & E. Walter & Company was founded in San Francisco in 1858 by brothers David Nathan, Emanuel, Isadore, Herman, Moritz, and Isaac Walter.