Location Index #2 – California General

WSJH Journal Index #2

Index by Geographical Location of Articles

This is a secondary index. If the item can be located in the “Person” Index, it will not be on the “Location” Index.

General Location; Article Title; Author; Volume/Issue*

* Example:   21/4 = Vol. 21, No. 4

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California – General

Anti-Jewish Sentiment in California, 1855; 31/2

Books Tumble but Temple “OK”: Eureka Quake, 1992; Garth Wolkoff; 27/3

Boy Genius in California, 1921; William M. Kramer; 13/1

Brandon’s Protests Against Sectarian Texts in California Schools in 1875; Joseph R. Brandon; 28/3

California and Palestine in 1917; Marvin M. Lowenthal; 10/2

California Earthquake Theology; William M. Kramer; 27/3

California Family Newmark: An Intimate History (Review); Leo Newmark; 3/1

California Jewry and the Mendel Beiliss Affair, 1911-1913; Gerald S. Henig; 11/3

California Jewry, 80 Years Ago; William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

California Reactions to the Leo Frank Case; Daniel K. Oxman; 10/3

Californians Help Morocco Brethren, 1860; William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

Collection of California Cards: A Gallery Story; 6/2

Collection of California Jewish Homes: A Gallery Story; 6/1

Commercial Position of the Jews of California, 1856; Henry J. Labott; 4/1

Early Jewish Defense League; 1902; William Kramer; 42/2-3

Elsinore, California: “The City of Hate Affair”; Harvey J. Strum; 27/2

First Jewish Organization, The First Jewish Cemetery and the First Known Jewish Burial in the Far West; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 11/4

From San Jose to Hollywood: The Rise of Jesse L. Lasky; Grace Jaffe; 11/1

Gold Rush Jews; William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

Guide to California History, part 2; 25/4

Historical Recovery of the Pioneer Sephardic Jewish of California; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 8/1

Isadore Meyerowitz: Pioneer Explorer of California, Conclusion; Rosaline Levenson; 28/2

Jewish Farmers in California: a 1958 Update from the American Farmer; 45/4

Jews in California Commerce, 1856; Henry J. Labott; 24/2

Jewish Spiritual Theology; William M. Kramer; 27/3

Jews in Sports in California, 1904; Archie Rice; 14/1

Jews on the California Supreme Court; Stanley Mosk; 26/1

Judaism and Intermarriage: A Discussion in 19th Century California, 1857-1859; Dana Evan Kaplan; 31/4

Labatts’ Attack in San Francisco and Los Angeles; Norton B. Stern; 28/3

Letters about the Jews of California, 1855-1858; Daniel Levy; 3/2

A Little Blushing; San Francisco; William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

Masonic Career of Benjamin D. Hyam, California’s Third Grand Master; Norton B. Stern; 7/3

Memories of a California Rabbi: Stockton, San Jose and Long Beach; Harvey B. Franklin; 9/2

Nurture Restores Cemetery, 1997; Sandy Stokes; 30/2

Our Pioneer Heritage; Norton B. Stern; 26/4

An Overview of Jewish Farmers in California, 1959; Jacob M. Maze; 44/2

Pioneers in Social Service: The Jewish Committee for Personal Service in State Institutions, 1920s; Freda Mongerman; 6/2

Poland’s Ambassador to the Jewish Diaspora Visits Southern California; William M. Kramer; 28/2

Rebirth of Jewish Cemetery Celebrated; Pat Murkland; 30/2

Reva Howitt Clar, 1906-1977; 30/1

Rose Pesotta in the Far West: The Triumphs and Travels of a Jewish Woman Labor Organizer; Gerald Sorin; 28/2

San Joaquin Central Valley: Newspaper Clippings about Jewish Pioneers; 47/3-4

Selected Acquisitions, Western Jewish History Center and the Jewish Community Library; 6/3

Shasta, California, The Jewish Imprint on a Ghost Town, 1983; Herb Brin; 30/4

Sixty Years of Earthquake Memories; Harris Newmark; 27/3

Stereotype Emerges; Robert J. Chandler; 21/4

“The Hebrew” Reviewed; William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

To the Ladies: A Gallery Story; 6/4

Turnverein: A German Experience for Western Jewry; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 16/3

Visitor’s Report on Los Angeles and San Francisco, 1937; Max C. Currick; 13/1

Washington Bartlett: California’s Jewish Governor; Norton B. Stern; 28/3

Weilheimers: The Jewish Pioneer Family of Mountain View, California; Diane Claerbout; 30/1

Wool Buying Contract of 1889; 8/2

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