Jewish Foodways in San Francisco, California

Images from the Western Jewish Americana archives of The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and

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Jewish Life in Gold Rush San Francisco: A Letter from Julius Eckman to Solomon Nunes Carvalho (1855)

Letter from Julius Eckman to Solomon Nunes Carvalho
San Francisco, March 15, 1855

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BANC MSS 2010/513
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Christmas Parties at 2007 Franklin Street (1954-1971): American-Jewish Family Life in the Haas-Lilienthal House of San Francisco

Elizabeth Lilienthal Gerstley's Christmas Parties album contains 201 photographs taken inside the Haas Lilient

A Festival of Faith: The Musical Legacy of Cantor Reuben Rinder

Cantor Reuben H.

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WJHC 1970.005 AR1

Making Things Happen: The American Premiere of Darius Milhaud's Opera "David" (1956)

On February 22, 1956, the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, California, was filled by a crowd of opera-goers, rushing to attend

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Collection #: 
WJHC 1970.002 AR1

Far From Where? Jews and China in Modern Times

Jewish roots in China can be traced from the 9th century when Jewish merchants thought to be from Persia reached China by wa

On Hitler's Balcony: Koppel Pinson and the Rescue of Jewish Books in Post-War Germany

Koppel S.

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LIB 91.14
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Jews of the Gold Rush: Sonora Hebrew Cemetery

Founded in 1853, the Sonora Hebrew Cemetery was the first cemetery in the Gold Rush Region.

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Collection #: 
WJHC 1968.36