Location Index #2 – Los Angeles Area A – M

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. 1

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Los Angeles Area, A – M

Includes Santa Monica, Long Beach, and Surrounding Cities

1877 Mansion of I. W. Hellman of Los Angeles: An Architectural Story; 11/4

1890’s Arrival in Los Angeles from the Ukraine; Harry F. Maidenberg; 24/1

Al Levy’s: Where the Elite Meet to Eat; William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

An Ecumenical First; Los Angeles; William Kramer; 42/2-3

A New Era: 1962: A Sephardic Messenger Account; Max Candiotty; 28/4

Abe Haas: Portrait of a Proud Businessman; Bernice Scharlach;12/1

Adolphe Danzinger de Castro, Publications & References; Christopher A. Powell; 28/4

Aid Pours in After the Earthquake, 1994; Heritage Newspapers; 27/3

Albert Einstein: One of Two Schlemiels [Long Beach Earthquake of 1933]; Larry L. Meyer; 27/3

“A Whole New World Opened Up For Me”; Boyle Heights; Leanore Katsen Saltz; 43/3-4

Angeles National Forest; Habonim Camp Kvutza Naame; Shimonia Kushner; 45/2

Angeles National Forest; Habonim Camp Kvutza, 1942 & 1943; Adar Belinkoff; 45/2

Angeles National Forest; Habonim Camp Kvutza, Late 1940s; Steve Breuer; 45/2

Angeles National Forest; A Summer of Fun, a Life of Impact, Habonim Camp Kvutza; Steve Breuer, 45/2

Big Bear; Camp Habonim Dror/Camb Gilboa, 1976; Liz (Lambert) Bar-El; 45/2

Big Bear; Habonim Camp Gilboa, 1960s & 70s; Dalia Belinkoff; 45/2

B’nai B’rith Messenger: Reviewing the First 74 Years of the Newspaper’s Community Service, 1897-1971; Leonard Leader; 47/1

B’nai B’rith Social Scene in Los Angeles, 1902; Julius R. Black; 14/2

Babin’s Kosher Restaurants: A Los Angeles Odyssey; Marc L. Raphael; 1/4

Banker of the Southland in 1885; Joseph D. Lynch; 9/3

Banning, Phinias, and Newmark, Harris: Los Angeles’ Odd Couple, 1865; Drian Dervin Dillon; 47/2

Before and the Beginning of Federation in Los Angeles; Norton B. Stern; 19/1

Beginning of Los Angeles’ First Jewish Hospital; Victor Harris; 8/3

Beginning of the Jewish Consumptive Relief Association (City of Hope); 20/2

Ben Platt: Music Tycoon of Los Angeles; Norton B. Stern; 16/4

Ben Rose and the Bachelor’s Club of Los Angeles; George J. Fogelson; 19/2

Beth El Was Hollywood; William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

Birdie Stodel: Los Angeles Patriot; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 20/2

Boyle Heights Victory House in Los Angeles sells over $1,000,000 in World War II Bonds and Stamps, 1943; 30/2

Boyle Heights: A Study in Ghettos; 1935; David Weissman; 43/3-4

Boyle Heights and Glendale: Manayim & Max Straus: Two Summer Camps; Asher Rosen; 45/2

Boyle Heights Was Widely Viewed As An Unsavory Neighborhood; Harriet Shapiro Rochlin; 43/3-4

Boys Will Be Boys at Kramer’s Dancing Academy; William Kramer; 42/2-3

“Brooklyn Avenue Was Like a Fairy Tale”; Boyle Heights; Shimona Yaroslavsky Kushner; 43/3-4

But Was She Jewish?; William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

Call for a Jewish Heritage Historical Fire Brigade!; William Kramer; 42/2-3

Cantor Yosele Rosenblatt in Los Angeles, 1925; Reva Clar; 13/1

Chaim Weizmann in Los Angeles: Fifty Years Ago; 6/3

“The Character of Boyle Heights Was Richly Varied”; Judy Hurwitz Chaikin; 43/3-4

Charity Knows Neither Race Nor Creed: Jewish Philanthropy to Roman Catholic Projects in LA, 1856-1876; Michael E. Engh; 21/2

Charles F. Lummis and the Newmarks; Dudley Gordon; 7/1

Chinese-Jewish Moh-ist; Los Angeles; William Kramer; 42/2-3

Collection of a Boyle Heights Milkman; Mel Roberts; 43/3-4

Confirmation at Temple B’nai B’rith, Los Angeles, 1913; David Epstein; 31/1

Congregational Politics in Los Angeles, 1897; Veritas; 6/2

Cream of Los Angeles Society, 1902; 14/3

Day in Santa Monica, 1884; Rosalie Meyer; 6/1

Diary of Isaias W. Hellman, 1911, Part 1; Isaias W. Hellman; 22/1

Diary of Isaias W. Hellman, 1911, Part 2; Isaias W. Hellman; 22/2

Don Davis and his Pioneer Whiskeyman Family; Bob Hattem; 45/4.

Dr. Jose A. Nessim and the Sephardic Educational Center; William M. Kramer; 28/4

An Early History of the Jewish Orphans’ Home of Southern California through clippings and Quotes; Regina Merwin; 45/2

Earthquake of 1933, (Long Beach); Ira L. Harris; 27/3

“East L.A.—Man”; Leonard “Lenny” D. Davis; 43/3-4

Eddie Cantor: Hollywood Jewish Activist; William M. Kramer; 24/3

Einstein Among the Stars: Hollywood and the Scientist; William M. Kramer and Julian “Bud” Lesser; 25/3

Einstein in California: 1933, The Last Visit to the American West, Part 4; William M. Kramer; 26/1

Einstein in California: A Farewell-1933, Part 5; William M. Kramer; 26/2

Einstein in California: Southern California Acclaims a Hero, Part 3; William M. Kramer; 25/4

The Emanu-El/B’nai B’rith Messenger: Los Angeles’ First Jewish Newspaper, 1897; Norton B. Stern; 47/1

Emanuel Schreiber: Los Angeles’ First Reform Rabbi, 1885-1889, Part 1; Reva Clar and William M. Kramer; 9/4

Emanuel Schreiber: Los Angeles’ First Reform Rabbi, 1885-1889, Part 2; Reva Clar and William M. Kramer; 10/1

Encore; Reva Clar; 23/3

European Jewish and Non-Jewish Marital Patterns in Los Angeles, 1910-1913: A Comparative Approach; Marc Lee Raphael; 6/2

Exiled Roumanian Jews Here in L.A., 1904; 29/3

Family Get-Togethers Are My Fondest Memories; Arthur “Boomie” Siegal; 43/3-4

Father of Warner Brothers, 1931; 19/1

FDR, Jews and the Movies; Julian “Bud” Lesser; 24/4

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Federation of Jewish Charities of Los Angeles, 1923; May W. Goldman; 23/1

Feldman, Chuck, Music Director of Wilshire Boulevard Temple, Los Angeles; Jonathan L. Friedmann and Seth Marlon Ettinger; 47/2

Film Industry Recollection; Carmel Myers; 8/3

Final Resting Place of Los Angeles Jewry’s First President; Norton B. Stern; 18/4

First Jew of Los Angeles; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 21/3

First Jew to Run for Mayor of Los Angeles; Norton B. Stern; 12/3

“First History of Roosevelt High School,” 1924; Boyle Heights; 43/3-4

First Jewish Community Site, Los Angeles; Thomas Cohen; 1/3

First Jewish Physician of Los Angeles; Reva Clar; 4/1

First Jewish President of the Los Angeles City Council; Gene Caper and Norton B. Stern; 17/1

First President of the Los Angeles Communidad: Gustave Adolf Danziger Becomes Adolphe de Castro; William M. Kramer; 28/4

First Synagogue in Los Angeles; Tom Owen; 1/1

Forgotten Founder of the Jewish Homes for the Aging of Greater Los Angeles; 22/1

Forgotten Memorial to a Jewish Sargent; Norton B. Stern; 14/1

Glantz, Cantor Leib in Los Angeles, 1941-1954, Voice of Inspiration; Jonathan L. Friedmann;

46/1

Glendale and Boyle Heights: Manayim & Max Straus: Two Summer Camps; Asher Rosen; 45/2

Glendale and Simi Valley; Camp Max Straus, Camp Kinder Ring, and Brandeis Camp Institute, Mid 1940s and 1950s; Phillip Landsberg, 45/2

Goldbergs of Boyle Heights: A Picture Story; 19/1

Growing Up as a Newmark in Los Angeles, 1935-1950; Linda Levi; 39/3

Harrold Weinberger; Julian “Bud” Lesser; 26/1

Hebrew Benevolent Society of Los Angeles, California: Constitution and By-Laws, 1855; 30/2

Hebrew Union College; A Crying Shame; 1880; William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

Henry H. Lissner, M.D., Los Angeles Physician; Laurence J. Stuppy; 8/2

Herman Silver of Silver Lake, Civic Leader and Lay Rabbi, Part 1; William M. Kramer; 20/1

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

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

History of the Movement to Establish a Jewish Orphan’s Home in Los Angeles; Siegfried G. Marshutz; 9/2

Hollenbeck Junior High Celebrates Public Schools Week, 1940; 43/3-4

Hollywood and the Los Angeles Jewish Community, Junior Division: A Picture Story; Julian “Bud” Lesser; 16/3

Hollywood; Where Are They Now? The Final Resting Places of the Original Hollywood Mogul in Southern California and Beyond; Regina Merwin; 44/2

How California’s Fifteen-Year-Old Naval Hero Gave His Life; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 14/4

How the ‘Vest was Von’: An irreverent Account of the Conservative Occupation of Los Angeles; Max Vorspan; 29/4

Hugo Ballin, A Forgotten Artist of Hollywood, Part 1; William M. Kramer; 24/1

Hugo Ballin: Forgotten Artist of Hollywood, Part 2; William M. Kramer; 24/2

“I Felt Fortunate To Have Such Loyal Friends”; Ronald Goldstein; 43/3-4

“I Loved Walking Down Brooklyn Avenue Past Soto Street”; Erna Toback; 43/3-4

I Never Saw a Sleeping Person in Shul or School Whom I Did Not Envy; William M. Kramer; 30/2

I. M. Hattem and His Los Angeles Supermarket; Maurice I. Hattem; 11/3

In Memoriam: Norton Stern; William M. Kramer; 24/3

Introduction to “The Los Angeles Sephardic Experience”; William M. Kramer; 28/4

I Remember: 67 Former Residents of Boyle Heights Write of Their Early Years; 43/3-4

Isaac Lankershim of the San Fernando Valley; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 18/1

Isaac O. Levy of Los Angeles: A Picture Story; 14/3

“It Took Me Fifty Years to Put My Thoughts on Paper”; Irve Weiser; 43/3-4

Jack E. Gindi, Rachel Gindi & the Jack E. Gindi Foundation; William M. Kramer; 28/4

Jack I. Copeland, Want-to-be Cowboy, 1903-1975; Jack L. Copeland; 31/1

Jacoby Brothers of Los Angeles; 7/4

Jewish Aeronautical Association; Sue Lipman and Norton B. Stern; 4/2

Jewish Aeronautical Association: Unique in the USA; 1933-1941; Norton B. Stern; 41/3

Jewish Civil Servants of Early Los Angeles; William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

Jewish Congregations in Boyle Heights, 1942; 43/3-4

Jewish Civil Servants of Los Angeles, More Comes to Light; William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

Jewish Club of 1933, Inc: A German-Jewish Presence in Los Angeles; Annelise Bunzel and George Fogelson; 29/3

Jewish Defense Agencies at Work: The “Oil Chair” at USC; Marc Raphael; 26/3

Jewish Economic and Residential Mobility in Early Los Angeles; Mitchell B. Gelfand; 11/4

Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles: Historical Reflections of 145 Years of Service; Lee Lainer; 30/4

Jewish Padre to the Pueblo, Pioneer Los Angeles Rabbi, Abraham Wolf Edelman; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 3/4

Jewish Old Town, Pasadena, California: a Walking Tour, 1920-1940; Michael Several; 45/4

Jewish Orphans’ Home:   An Early History of the Jewish Orphans’ Home of Southern California Through Clippings and Quotes; Regina Merwin; 45/2

Jewish Response to the Los Angeles Riots; Susan E. Rubin; 25/3

The Jewish Roots of Hollywood; Jonathan L. Friedmann; 45/1

Jewish Star Over San Berdoo; Dr. William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

Jews in Early Santa Monica: A Centennial Review; 7/4

Jews in the 1870 Census of Los Angeles; Norton B. Stern; 9/1

Kaelter, Wolli: A Musical Rabbi; Jonathan L. Friedman; 48/2

Kaspare Cohn Hospital; President’s Report; 1911; 43/3-4

Kinderman Family of San Bernardino and Los Angeles; George J. Fogelson; 22/3

Lankershim, Isaac, Agriculturist and Land Developer; 45/4

Ladies’ Hebrew Benevolent Society of Los Angeles in 1892; Virginia Katz; 10/2

A Letter of Protest About Roosevelt High School, 1950; 43/3-4

Letter from Los Angeles to a European Cousin, 1910; Rose Roth Newmark; 10/1

Letter from Lynne Schwalbe; Lynne Schwalbe; 30/3

Letter from Mother to Daughter, Los Angeles to New York, 1867; Rosa Newmark; 5/4

Letter from the Retiring Editor; William M. Kramer; 30/3

“Life on Cincinnati Street Was Fairly Normal”; Irv Porush; 43/3-4

Living History: A Tribute to Rabbi Alfred Wolfe; Samson H. Levey; 25/1

Location of Los Angeles Jewry at the Beginning of 1851; Norton B. Stern; 5/1

Long Beach Earthquake of 1933; Regina Lindenbaum; 27/3

Long Beach Earthquake of 1933; Regina Lindenbaum; 12/3

Los Angeles Area Earthquake of 1933; Ira L. Harris; 16/3

Los Angeles B’nai B’rith Lodge No. 487: A 1905 Report; 11/2

Los Angeles Broders: A Picture Story; 13/3

Los Angeles Earthquake & the Jewish Community, 1994; William M. Kramer and Robin L. Gilson; 27/3

Los Angeles Jewish Homes for the Aging, Forgotten Origins; Norton B. Stern & William B. Kramer; 18/2

Los Angeles Jewish Voters During Grant’s First Presidential Race; Norton B. Stern; 13/2

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

Los Angeles Jewry and the Chicago Fire; Norton B. Stern; 6/4

Los Angeles Jewry’s First President; William M. Kramer; 7/2

Los Angeles Memories; Carolyn Meyberg Sichel; 7/1

Los Angeles Popular Music Director; Ira L. Harris; 10/1

Los Angeles Rhodesli Community; Aron HAsson; 28/4

Los Angeles’ Sephardic Jewish Messenger; William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

Los Angeles and Surrounding Areas; Newspaper Clippings about Jewish Pioneers; 47/3-4

Los Angeles, 1970 to the Present; Rabbi Max Vorspan; 26/2

Louis Phillips of the Pomona Valley: Rancher and Real Estate Investor; Norton B. Stern; 16/1

Making the San Fernando Valley Their Home: The Levine Family Moves to Suburbia, 1954; Abraham Hoffman; 46/1

Man Behind the Spirit of Boyle Heights; William M. Kramer; 20/3

Man You Never Had to Ask: Allen Ziegler; William M. Kramer; 27/1

Marco H. Hellman Family of Los Angeles: A Picture Story; 10/2

Marco Ross Newmark, 1878-1959: First Jewish Historian of the Southland; Justin G. Turner and Norton B. Stern; 1/1

Marks Brothers of Los Angeles: A Picture Story; 11/4

Marriage of a Rabbi’s Daughter: Los Angeles, 1880; 6/3

Mary Pickford: From a Moment of Intolerance to a Lifetime of Compassion; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 13/3

Maurice Amado and the Amado Foundation; William M. Kramer; 28/4

Max Zimmer, Builder and Philanthopist, 1893-1999; William M. Kramer; 31/4

Memoirs of George J. Delmer: Seaman and Policeman, Part 2; George J. Delmer; 14/4

Memories of an 1890’s Pomona Boyhood; Sylvan Cole; 11/4

Memories of the San Fernando/Sylmar Quake, 1971; 27/3

Men of Distinction in Early Los Angeles: A Gallery Story; 7/3

Menorah Center in its Twilight Years; 1954-1957; 43/3-4

Michael G. Solomon, 1868-1927, Rabbi and Lawyer of Los Angeles; Reva Clar and William M. Kramer; 14/1

Mina Norton, First Teacher at Santa Monica Canyon School: A Picture Story; 14/1

Missionaries on the Heights; 1931; Los Angeles; William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

Mooser, Abraham: First Jewish Businessman of Santa Monica, California; Norton B. Stern; 1/3

Morris L. Goodman: The First American Coucilman of the City of Los Angeles; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 24/3

Morton Adrian Bauman: An Obituary; Alfred Wolf; 29/4

Murder Victim’s Burial in Los Angeles, 1855; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 9/1

My Early Years; Eugene Meyer; 5/2

My Father Owns Stock: Private versus Public Control of the Los Angeles River; Abraham Hoffman; 12/2

My Son Came Out of the Closet; Agnes G. Herman; 27/2

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