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Sachs, Lippman; Lippman Sachs: “Pioneer Merchant Prince,” San Francisco, California, 1837–1912; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 41/2

Sachs, Wolf; Wolf Sachs: Portrait and Biographical Record of Arizona; Arizona; 31/1

Salmon, Alexander; Alexander Salmon: The Jew Who Married into the Royal Family of Tahiti; Tahiti; Ida G. Cowen; 25/4, 36/3

Salmon, Harry L.; Harry L. Salmon of Victoria; British Columbia; Cyril E. Leonoff; 22/4

Salomon, Edward S.; General Edward S. Salomon and Lincoln; Washington; 18/1

Salomon, Edward S.; General Edward S. Salomon: Statesman and Outstanding Public Speaker, San Francisco, California, 1836–1913; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 41/2

Salomon, Edward S.; Governor of Washington Territory, 1870–1872; Washington; 17/3

Salomon, Haym; Bicentennial Reflections from London; USA; William M. Kramer; 42/2&3

Saltz, Leanore Katsen; A Whole New World Opened Up for Me; Los Angeles; Leanore Katsen Saltz; 43/3&4

Salvador, Francis; Bicentennial Reflections from London; USA; William M. Kramer; 42/2&3

Samuels, Ernest; Professor Ernest Samuels: Pioneering Jewish Educator Who “Broke the Back” of Academic Elitism; Illinois; David Bittner; 46/1

Sanger Brothers; The Sanger Brothers and Their Role in Texas History; Texas; Rose G. Biderman; 28/2

Sapiro, Aaron L.; Aaron L. Sapiro: Fought Against Anti-Semitism and Henry Ford, 1884–1959; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 41/2

Sapiro, Aaron L.; Aaron Sapiro: Genius of Farm Co-operative Promotion, Part I; San Francisco; Grace H. Larson and Henry E. Erdman; 37/2

Sapiro, Aaron L.; Aaron Sapiro: Genius of Farm Co-operative Promotion, Part II; San Francisco; Grace H. Larson and Henry E. Erdman; 38/2

Sapiro, Aaron L.; Aaron L. Sapiro: The Man Who Sued Henry Ford: A Picture Story; San Francisco; 13/4

Sapiro, Aaron L.; A Retrospective View of the Aaron Sapiro-Henry Ford Case; San Francisco; Aaron L. Sapiro; 15/1

Sapiro, Philip H.; Philip H. Sapiro: Community Band Leader, San Francisco, California; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 41/2

Scheeline, Simon C.; Simon C. Scheeline: Civil Law Attorney, San Francisco, California; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 41/2

Schiff, Jacob H.; Jacob H. Schiff’s Galveston Movement: An Experiment in Immigration Deflection, 1907–1914; Texas; Gary Dean Best; 31/2&3

Schiff, Jacob H.; Letters from Jacob H. Schiff and David Wolffson to Barnard Schireson; El Centro, California, 1914; Southern California; Jacob H. Schiff and David Wolffson; 9/4

Schildkraut, Rudolph and Joseph Schildkraut; The Scrapbook of Rudolph and Joseph Schildkraut; Los Angeles; edited by David Epstein; 49/4

Schiller, Marcus; Marcus Schiller: San Diego’s Jewish Horatio Alger; Southern California; James L. Allen; 3/1, 48/3&4

Schiller, Marcus; The 19th Century Credit Vise: How Tight Money Squeezed J.S. Mannasse and Marcus Schiller, San Diego, California, 1854–1897; Southern California; Donald Harrison; 40/1

Schneider, Morris; Morris Schneider: Pioneer Washington State Merchant; Washington; Muriel Weissberg; 24/4

Schoenfeld, Solomon D.; In Search of Old Sol; Northern California; William M. Kramer; 42/2&3

Schoyer, Raphael; Raphael Schoyer: A California Sephardic Jew Becomes Mayor of Yokohama; Japan; William M. Kramer; 28/3

Schreiber, Emanuel; Emanuel Schreiber: Los Angeles’ First Reform Rabbi, 1885–1889, Part I; Los Angeles; William M. Kramer and Reva Clar; 9/4

Schreiber, Emanuel; Emanuel Schreiber: Los Angeles’ First Reform Rabbi, 1885–1889, Part II; Los Angeles; William M. Kramer and Reva Clar; 10/1

Schreiber, Emanuel; Rabbi Emanuel Schreiber: First “Reform” Rabbi of Los Angeles; Los Angeles; William M. Kramer and Reva Clar; 38/3&4

Schultz, Arna Shafer; We Lived Economically and Enjoyed Simple Pleasures; Los Angeles; Arna Shafer Schultz; 43/3&4

Schumann-Heink, Ernestine; Ernestine Schumann-Heink: Opera Star and Humanitarian; USA; Eileen Wingard; 50/3&4

Schuster, Adolf; The Adolf Schuster Family: Merchant Family of Los Angeles, California, and Holbrook, Arizona; Los Angeles; Norton B. Stern; 41/3

Schwartz, Alex; Alex Schwartz Looks Back at the Houston Jewish Community, Circa 1911; Texas; Arnold Rosenzweig; 30/4

Schwartz, Hannah Pelz; Hannah Pelz Schwartz and the Settlement House, Seattle, Washington; Washington; Catherine Gordon; 44/1

Schwartz, Heinrich; From Kempen, Poland to Hemstead, Texas: The Career of Rabbi Heinrich Schwartz; Texas; 19/2

Seitsive, Lillian; Doctor Lillian Seitsive: Medical Pioneer in the San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, California, 1907–2004; Los Angeles; 37/2

Selig, Moses; Moses Selig: Benevolent, Upright Jehudi, San Francisco, California, 1823–1894; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 41/2

Sereth Brothers; Sereth Brothers: Pioneer Lumbermen of Western Canada; British Columbia; Gordon Currie; 42/4

Sharff, Alfred. Anniversary of World War II Battle Recalls Heroism of Portland Man; Oregon; David A. Bernstein; 26/2

Shafsky Brothers; The Shafsky Brothers of Fort Bragg; Northern California; 9/1, 48/3&4

Shane, Leonard; From Sherman Oaks to Huntington Beach; Southern California; Bill Shane; 44/3&4

Shapiro, Archie; Growing Up in New York and Calgary; Alberta; Bertha Gold; 42/4

Sharfman, I. Harold; I. Harold Sharfman: A Eulogy; Los Angeles; William M. Kramer; 33/1

Sharlin, William; Cantor William Sharlin: My Journey to Los Angeles, a Memoir; Los Angeles; recorded by Jonathan L. Friedmann; 40/2

Sharlin, William; Inventing Jewish Camp Songs: Cantor William Sharlin and his Twenty-Five Dollar Guitar; Northern California; Jonathan L. Friedmann; 45/2

Shiff, Jacob H., and David Wolffson; Letters from Jacob H. Shiff and David Wolffson to Barnard Schireson, El Centro, California, 1914; Southern California; Jacob H. Schiff and David Wolffson; 9/4

Shirpser, Sol; An Alaskan Memoir; Alaska; Sol Shirpser; 10/1

Shlesinger, Sigmund; Sigmund Shlesinger versus Chief Roman Nose, Battle at the Arickaree Fork of the Republican River, Kansas, 1868; Kansas; Burt A. Siegel; 34/3

Shlesinger, Sigmund; Sigmund Shlesinger and Max Littmann: Jewish Heroes of the Indian Wars; Midwest; Norton B. Stern; 41/4

Shuken, Mrs. Simon; The Shuken Family: An Interview with Mrs. Simon Shuken, 9800 Vidor, Los Angeles, California, January 18, 1970; Los Angeles; Norton B. Stern; 41/3

Shulman, Sara; Memories of Sara Shulman from Her High School Year Book, 1932; Mexico; 44/2

Shwayer Family; The Samsonite Story: The Shwayder Family of Denver, Colorado; Colorado; Hannah Shwayder Berry; 5/3, 49/2&3

Sichel, Carolyn Meyberg; Los Angeles Memories; Los Angeles; Carolyn Meyberg Sichel; 7/1

Sichel, Max; Dr. Max Sichel: Early Pioneer Jewish Dentist, San Francisco, California, 1882–1907; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 41/2

Siegel, Arthur; Family Get-Togethers Are My Fondest Memories; Los Angeles; Arthur “Boomie” Siegal; 43/3&4

Silber, Rabbi Mendel; Rabbi Mendel Silber and Jewish Musical Achievement, 1911–1933; New Mexico; Jonathan L. Friedmann; 44/1

Silver, Herman; Herman Silver: Jewish Civic Leader of Los Angeles, 1830–1913; Los Angeles; William M. Kramer; 38/3&4

Silver, Herman; Herman Silver of Silver Lake: Civic Leader and Lay Rabbi of Denver and Los Angeles, Part I; Los Angeles; William M. Kramer; 20/1

Silver, Herman; Herman Silver of Silver Lake: Civic Leader and Lay Rabbi of Denver and Los Angeles, Part II; Los Angeles; William M. Kramer; 20/2

Silversmith, Julius; Julius Silversmith: Pioneer, Pedagogue and Publisher; British Columbia; Christopher J. P. Hanna; 37/3&4

Simon, Ephraim; Ephraim Simon: Agriculturist, San Francisco, Fresno, and Tulare County, California, 1837–1908; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 41/2

Simon, Joseph; Joseph Simon: Crockery and Shoes, San Francisco and Oakland, California, 1846–1906; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 41/2

Sinclair, Upton; Sol Lesser and Upton Sinclair: The Record of a Friendship; Los Angeles; Stephen O. Lesser; 12/2

Sinsheimer, Otto; Otto Sinsheimer: Merchant, San Luis Obispo, California; Southern California; Norton Stern; 41/4

Sinsheimer, Paul; Paul Sinsheimer’s Letter on the San Francisco Earthquake-Fire of 1906; San Francisco; Paul Sinsheimer; 27/3

Sinsheimer, Paul; The San Francisco Catastrophe of 1906; San Francisco; Paul Sinsheimer; 7/3

Sinsheimer Family; The Sinsheimers of San Luis Obispo; Northern California; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 6/1, 48/3&4

Sloss, Hattie Hecht; Hattie Hecht Sloss: “Great Lady of Music,” San Francisco, California, 1899–1963; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 41/2

Sloss, Hattie Hecht; Hattie Sloss: Cultural Leader and Jewish Activist of Modern San Francisco; San Francisco; William M. Kramer and Norton B. Stern; 14/3, 35/3&4

Sloss, Hattie Hecht; Two Notable California Personalities: Hattie Hecht Sloss and Elizabeth Fleischman-Aschheim; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 30/3

Sloss, Hattie Hecht; “Yes, Certainly!” The Life and Work of Hattie Hecht Sloss, San Francisco, California, 1947–1963; San Francisco; Helen Sloss Luey; 39/1

Sloss, Louis; Louis Sloss: “An Outstanding Pioneer,” San Francisco, Sacramento, California and Alaska, 1823–1902; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 41/2

Small, Edward; Edward Small: Report of an Interview with a Motion Picture Producer, 450 North Rossmoor, Los Angeles, California, February 26, 1969; Los Angeles; Norton B. Stern; 41/3

Smith, Joe; Smith and Dale: Kaddish on the Road on the Orpheum Circuit, 1923–24; Western States; Joe Smith (Joseph Sultzer); 33/3

Smith, Huston; The Long Jewish Round Trip; USA; William M. Kramer; 42/2&3

Sneersohn, Hayyim Zevi; A Pre-Israel Diplomat on an American Mission, 1869–1870; USA; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 8/3

Snow, Samuel Sussman; Samuel Sussman Snow: A Pioneer Finds El Dorado; Northern California; Reva Clar; 3/1, 48/3&4

Snow, Samuel Sussman; Samuel Sussman Snow: Wagon Train Leader, 1818–1892; Northern California; Norton B. Stern; 41/4

Solis-Cohen, David; David Solis-Cohen of Portland: Patriot, Pietist, Litterateur and Lawyer; Oregon; William M. Kramer; 14/2

Sollis-Cohen, David; David Solis-Cohen of Portland: A Patriot of Sephardic Descent; Oregon; William M. Kramer; 29/1

Solomon, Hattie Ferrin; First Jewish Girl Born, Educated and Married in Tucson: A Picture Story; Arizona; 12/2

Solomon, Isadore, and Anna Solomon; Isadore and Anna Solomon of Arizona: A Picture Story; Arizona; Elizabeth Lantin Ramenofsky; 17/2

Solomon, Israel; Israel Solomon: Early Synagogue Leader, San Francisco, 1811–1883; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 41/2

Solomon, Michael G.; Michael G. Solomon (1868–1927): Rabbi and Lawyer of Los Angeles; Los Angeles; William M. Kramer and Reva Clar; 14/1, 38/3&4

Solomon, Moses; Moses Solomon: Partner in Shameful and Bloody Whiskey Trade in Southern Alberta, Canada; Alberta; Jack Switzer; 47/1

Solomon Family; The Solomon Family’s Territory, Arizona, 1872–1933; Arizona; Harriet Rochlin; 33/4

Solomons, Hannah Marks; Hannah Marks Solomons: Active Jewish Pioneer Woman, San Francisco, California, 1835–1890; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 41/2

Solomons, Hannah Marks; Hannah Marks Solomons; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 28/3

Solomons, Leon Mendez; Leon Mendez Solomons (1873–1900); San Francisco; Jacob Voorsanger; introduction by Malcom Stern; 10/2, 28/3

Solomons, Lucias L.; Lucius L. Solomons; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 28/3

Solomons, Seixas; Seixas Solomons: Accountant, Journalist and Orator; San Francisco; William M. Kramer; 28/3

Solomons, Selina; Selina Solomons and Her Quest for the Sixth Star (Woman’s Suffrage); San Francisco; M. K. Silver; 31/4, 35/3&4

Solomons, Theodore; Theodore Solomons: An Unlikely Mountaineer; Northern California; Shirley Sargent; 18/3

Sonneschein, Rosa; Rosa Sonneschein: Publisher from St. Louis, Attended First Zionist Congress in Basle, Switzerland, 1897; Missouri; David Geffen; 30/3, 35/3&4

Soriano, Raphael; Raphael Soriano: From Rhodes to Los Angeles, the Development and Achievements of an Influential Sephardic Architect; Los Angeles; Eugene Normand; 48/2

Spiegelberg, Flora Langermann; Flora Langerman Spiegelberg: Grand Lady of Santa Fe; New Mexico; Michael L. Lawson; 8/4

Spivak, Charles; Chasing an Elusive Dream: Charles Spivak and the Jewish Agricultural Settlement Movement in America; Western States; Jeanne Abrams; 18/3

Spitz, Isadore; Where is “Is” Spitz?; Los Angeles; William M. Kramer; 42/2&3

Spivak, Charles; Dr. Charles Spivak of Denver: Physician, Social Worker, Yiddish Author; Colorado; Marjorie Hornbein; 11/3

Srolovitz Family; The Srolovitz Saga, 1908–1916; Alberta; Miriam Moses, Alias Sanders, and Harry Sanders; 42/4

Stark, Edward J.; Cantor Edward J. Stark at Congregation Emanu-El, Part I; San Francisco; Jeffery S. Zucker; 17/3

Stark, Edward J.; Cantor Edward J. Stark at Congregation Emanu-El, Part II; San Francisco; Jeffrey S. Zucker; 17/4

Stark, Edward J.; Cantor Edward J. Stark of Temple Emanu-El: Singer and Composer, San Francisco, California, 1858–1918; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 41/2

Starr, Marcoretta Hellman; Interview with Marco Hellman Family, Sherman Oaks, 1968; Los Angeles; Norton Stern; 41/3

Stein, Gertrude, and Sarah Stein; The Steins: Famous Art Lovers of San Francisco, California; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 41/2

Steinman, Bernard Ulmer; Bernard Ulmer Steinman: Mayor of Sacramento, California, 1848–1914; Northern California; Norton B. Stern; 41/4

Steiner, Sig; Sig Steiner: Father of Escondido’s Grape Day; San Diego; Southern California; Frances B. Ryan; 8/4, 48/3&4

Steinhart, Alphonse; Anaheim’s First Jewish Postmaster, 1969; Southern California; 44/3&4

Steinhart, Ignatz; Ignatz Steinhart: Banker and Philanthropist, San Francisco, California, 1840–1917; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 41/2

Steinhart, Sigmund; Sigmund Steinhart: Broker and Philanthropist, San Francisco, California, 1833–1910; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 41/2

Steinman, Ben Ulman; Ben Ulman Steinman: Scholar-at-Work, Letter; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 41/2

Steinman, John, and Adelaide Steinman; The Steinmans: John, 1827–1872, Adelaide, 1836–1888: Hotel Operators, San Francisco, California; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 41/2

Steppacher, Maier S.; Maier S. Steppacher: Shames of Temple Emanu-El, San Francisco, California; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 41/2

Stern, Charles; Charles Stern: Family Reminiscences of Charles S. Ascher, Written in France, August 12, 1967; Los Angeles; Norton B. Stern; 41/3

Stern, David; David Stern: Prime Founder of Levi Strauss and Co., San Francisco, California, 1820–1875; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 41/2

Stern, Eugene J.; Eugene J. Stern: Merchant, Farmer and Philanthropist of Las Cruces, New Mexico; New Mexico; Richard J. Lease; 9/2

Stern, Jacob; The Jacob Stern Family: Report of an Interview with Mr. Harold Stern, 243 S. Arden, Los Angeles, California, June 12, 1967; Los Angeles; Norton B. Stern; 41/3

Stern, Jacob; The Jacob Stern Family of Orange County and Hollywood; Southern California; 15/4, 44/3&4

Stern, Jacob; Picture Story Number Two: The Stern and Goodman Store, Fullerton, 1890; Southern California; 3/4

Stern, Harold; Interview with Jacob Stern Family, Los Angeles, 1967; Norton Stern; 41/3

Stern, Isaac; Three Jewish Violinists and California: Jascha Heifetz, Yehudi Menuhin, Isaac Stern; San Francisco; Judith M. Taylor; 38/1

Stern, Jacob; The Jacob Stern Family of Orange County and Hollywood; Southern California; 15/4

Stern, Jacob; Letter from New York on the 1906 Catastrophe; San Francisco; Jacob Stern; 13/3

Stern, Norton B.; Dr. Norton Stern: A San Francisco Treat in Jewish History; Western States; Abraham Hoffman; 41/1

Stern, Norton B.; In Memoriam: Norton Stern; Los Angeles; William M. Kramer; 24/3

Stern, Norton B.; Norton B. Stern: Pioneer Western Jewish Historian and Founding Editor of the First Western Jewish Historical Quarterly; Los Angeles; Harriet Rochlin; 30/3

Stern, Norton B.; Norton B. Stern Memorial Statements; Los Angeles; 24/4

Stern, Norton B.; What We Owe Dr. Norton B. Stern; Los Angeles; Stephen Aron; 41/3

Stern, Rosalie Meyer; Rosalie Meyer Stern: The Stern Grove, San Francisco, California, 1869–1956; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 41/2

Sterne, Adolphus; The Adolphus Sterne Diary: Citizen of Nacogdoches, Texas, 1801–1852; Texas; C. A. Sterne; 36/4

Stodel, Birdie; Birdie Stodel: Los Angeles Patriot; Los Angeles; William M. Kramer and Norton B. Stern; 20/2, 35/3&4

Stoller, Sam; Glickman and Stoller: Jewish Athletes Cut from Competition at the Olympics, 1936; USA; Donald H. Harrison; 33/1

Stone, Helen Nathan; Helen Nathan Stone: Memories of a Third Generation Californian, 1899–1990; Los Angeles; Nancy Bernard; 43/1

Stone, Isaac; Isaac Stone: Pioneer Dairyman, San Francisco, California; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 41/2

Stone, Sol; Report of an Interview with Mr. Sol Stone: 4026 Eagle Street, San Diego, California, December 23, 1967; Southern California; Norton B. Stern; 41/4

Stow, William W.; Los Angeles Jewry and Stow’s Anti-Semitism; Los Angeles; Norton B. Stern; 7/4

Stow, William W.; Other San Francisco Reactions to Stow’s Remarks; San Francisco; Albert Shumate; 7/4

Strauss, Charles Moses; Mayor Strauss of Tucson; Arizona; Norton B. Stern; 12/4

Strauss, Joseph B.; Joseph B. Strauss: Bridge Builder, San Francisco, California; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 41/2

Strauss, Lawrence H.; Lawrence H. Strauss: Outstanding Musician, San Francisco, California, 1882–1954; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 41/2

Strauss, Levi; Levi Strauss: The Man Behind the Myth; San Francisco; William M. Kramer and Norton B. Stern; 19/3

Strauss, Levi; Levi Strauss: The Man without All the Myths; San Francisco; John D. Michael; 45/3

Strauss, Sol; Sol Strauss Must Marry!; Colorado; William M. Kramer; 42/2&3

Strouse, Mark; Mark Strouse: Meat Merchant of Mokulmne Hill, California, and Police Chief of Virginia City, Nevada, 1845–1898; Northern California; Norton B. Stern; 41/4

Strouse, Mark; Notes on a Virginia City Police Chief; Nevada; Norton B. Stern; 12/1

Sugarman, Herman; Herman Sugarman, M.D.: A Pioneer Jewish Physician of Los Angeles; Los Angeles; Michael H. Weisman and Elizabeth A. Weisman; 17/3

Suhler, A.; Dallas Jewry Engages Their First Rabbi; Texas; 8/2

Sulzbucher, Louis; Las Vegas, New Mexico Attorney Leaves Town, 1890; New Mexico; 14/1

Sutro, Adolph; Adolph Sutro: Mayor of San Francisco, California, 1830–1898; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 41/2

Sutro, Adolph; The Sutro Tunnel for the Comstock Lode: An Engineering Feat, Virginia City, Nevada; Nevada; Norton B. Stern; 41/4

Sweet, Solomon; Solomon Sweet: Major Merchant of San Francisco, Visalia, and Tulare County, California, 1827–1899; San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 41/2

Sylvester, Frank; First Jewish Settler of British Columbia; British Columbia; Norton B. Stern; 16/3

Sylvester Family; The Sylvesters of British Columbia; British Columbia; Cyril E. Leonoff; 42/4

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