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

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

Seymour Fromer collection on Darius Milhaud's David, 1954-1975

Darius Milhaud was born in France and immigrated to the U.S. in 1940.

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Author / Creator: 
Fromer, Seymour, 1923-2009
Size: 
1.25 linear ft. (3 document boxes)
Collection #: 
WJHC 1970.002 AR1

Jewish Music Festival (Berkeley, California) promotional materials, 1987-2009

The Jewish Music Festival started in Berkeley, California, in 1986 as a one-day event produced and ho

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Author / Creator: 
Jewish Music Festival (Berkeley, California)
Size: 
Digital files representing 77 documents, resulting in 437 individual image files (RAW TIFF, 300dpi) and 60 PDF files (6 folders and oversize items)
Collection #: 
2009.016 AR1

Supporting Israel in Northern California: Israel Bonds Initiatives (1950s-1960s)

The Development Corporation for Israel (Israel Bonds) was founded in 1951 to raise money from the American public for the fl

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Collection #: 
WJHC 1982.002 AR1

Rosalie Meyer Stern papers and photographs, 1842-1977

Rosalie Meyer Stern was a civic and social leader of San Francisco. 

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Author / Creator: 
Stern, Rosalie Meyer, 1869-1956
Size: 
7 linear ft. (16 document boxes and oversize items)
Collection #: 
WJHC 1971.003 AR1