- Digital Programs
The collection consists of material relating to E.R. Levy of Folsom, California and his family.
The Lilienthal family came from a valley in Schnaittach-Huttenbach, Germany, near Munich. The original family name was Seligmann.
Ernest Lilienthal (b. 1910-d.1993) was the son of Samuel Lilienthal and Alice Haas. He served, for a time, as president and chairman of the board of Haas Brothers.
The collection consists of materials relating to the Lipman, Harris, Lesser, Hirshfeld, Bibo, Levy, and Salmonson families, including the following: a booklet written by Rowena Lipman, "The Famil
Residents of San Francisco, Calif.; partners in Livingston Brothers Department Store in San Francisco.
David Lubin was a Polish immigrant whose contribution to California agriculture and practical application of Jewish ideals of ethical behavior and compassion made him a world figure.
Simon Lubin, son of David Lubin (1849-1919), was a labor and agricultural economist, social worker, and educator.
George F. Malone was a resident of Oakland, Calif.
Marks and Company was a general merchandise firm in ninetheenth-century Oakland, California.
Lillian Mattimore was born in the Jewish ghetto of Shanghai, a community made up of refugees from Nazi-occupied Europe.