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August Helbing was born in Munich, Germany in 1823 and immigrated to the U.S. in 1844.
Agnes Heyman was born in Czechoslovakia in 1923 and was a Holocaust survivor.
Samuel Hirsch was an orthodox rabbi and educator who was the son of another San Francisco rabbi, Mayer Hirsch.
Seligman Hoffman emigrated from Germany to the U.S. He first settled in North Carolina, where he became an American citizen.
Contains an 1873 San Francisco ketubah and marriage certificate for Hyman Wolf Hyman and Rose Friedlander in oversize folder
Also known as Chevra Kadusha, Israel Golden Gate Lodge in Oakland, California was founded in 1886 to provide its members and
Julius Jacobs (Alfred Henry's father) was born in Prussia, in 1840, and relocated to California in 1853.
The Jewish Community Center of Berkeley was first a branch of the Oakland Jewish Community Center founded in 1951.