Index #3 – Special Double and Triple Book Size Issues of Western States Jewish History

WSJH Book Size Special Issues

Each priced at $25 like other back Issues of WSJH

Includes everything – Book, postage, etc.

California, Earthquakes and the Jews, 268 pages with index. V27/#3&4

Sephardic Jews of San Francisco, 302 pages. V28/3

Sephardic Jews of Los Angeles, 202 pages. V28/4

Sephardic Jews of Washington & Oregon, Plus Section on Crypto Jews, 240 pages with index for the 3 Sephardic issues. V29/1

Pioneer Jewish Women of the American West, 240 pages. V35/3&4

Pioneer Jews of British Columbia,288 pages. V37/#3&4

Pioneer Jews of Los Angeles in the 19th Century, 312 pages with index. V38/3&4—articles are often shortened and only the quantity of footnotes are listed. For research purposes, use the earlier listed versions of the articles in this index.

The Journeys of Jewish Discovery of Norton B. Stern, 1966-1967, by Norton B. Stern, 235 pages, V40/3&4.

Pioneer Jews of San Francisco, Part One, A – L. by Norton B. Stern. 234 pages. V41/1

Pioneer Jews of San Francisco, Part Two, M – Z. by Norton B. Stern. 244 pages. V41/2. Includes index for #1&2.

Early Pioneers of Los Angeles: Interviews and Articles with Descendants. by Norton B. Stern. 285 pages w/index. V41/#3

Pioneer Jews of “Outlying Areas” Articles and Interviews. by Norton B. Stern. 212 pages w/index. V41#4

My Shtetle California: Golden Nuggets of the American West by Rabbi William M. Kramer. 200 pages w/index V42/2&3.

Boyle Heights: Recollections and Remembrances of the Boyle Heights Community in Los Angeles, 1920s – 1960s. edited by Abraham Hoffman, 336 pages w/index. V43/#34.

Jewish Pioneers of Orange County: The Jewish Community of Orange County, California from the 1850’s – 1970’s, edited by Dalia Taft, 216 pages, V44/3&4.


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