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Samuel Ghinsberg was born in Romania and immigrated to the U.S. in 1900.
Brothers Isaac and Simon Glazier, who were both born in Austria, immigrated to the United States and settled in Marysville, California (1851).
J. Goldberg and L. Lebenbaum were fruit merchants in the Utah Territory in the 1870s.
A. Goldberg lived in Yolo County, California in the late 1850s and early 1860s.
Richard Goldman (1920-2010) was born to Richard Samuel Goldman (from San Francisco) and Alice Wertheim (from Great Falls, Montana).
Solomon Goldman was an important conservative rabbi in Chicago, Illinois and Cleveland, Ohio.
Estelle Goodman Levy was born in El Paso, Texas, where her father, Aaron, owned the Lion Grocery Company. Her grandfather, Parez Levy, was an optician in Nashville, Tennessee.
In 1850, Morris Greenberg left Paris, France, accompanied by his wife and two children; they reached California in 1851.
Collection consists of receipts, deeds, and correspondence regarding Brunswick and Ormand family plots in sections of two San Francisco area Jewish cemeteries: Hills of Eternity (Sherith Israel)
Postcard sent to Gust Tsangario, of Helper, Utah, from the firm of Greenebaum, Weil & Michels (located on 740 Mission St