Location Index #2 – San Francisco, 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. 4

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San Francisco A – M

Including San Jose, Oakland, and Surrounding Cities

1904 Olympic Games Heavyweight Boxing Champion; Jack Fiske; 16/4

1906 San Francisco Protest and Appeal; Jacob Nieto; 9/3

1906 San Francisco Earthquake-Fire; William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

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

Abraham Cohen Labatt; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 28/3

Abraham Galland, Pioneer Western Mohel and Officiant; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 22/3

Abraham Levitt: San Francisco Earthquake-Fire, 1906; Abraham Levitt; 27/3

Acquisitions, Western Jewish History Center, Berkeley; 8/1

Acquisitions, Western Jewish History Center, Berkeley; 8/4

Adolphus Hollub of San Francisco; Leon Strauss; 15/2

Agricultural Gleanings from San Francisco’s Weekly Gleaner; Reva Clar; 17/1

America’s Top Sharpshooter; 9/1

American Career of Rabbi Henry Vidaver; Morris B. Margolies; 16/1

Answer to Anti-Semitism: San Francisco, 1883; David A. D’Ancona; 8/1

Arther H. Myer, Jewish Scoutmaster; Barbara Klein; 21/3

Athlete and Artist: A Footnote to the Lives of Philo Jacoby and Solomon Sulzer; Reva Clar; 17/3

Backward Look at a Pioneer Grandfather, Sol Wangerheim; Alice W. Heyneman; 4/2

A Bankrupt California Without the Jews; 1865; William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

J. Barth & Company, Pioneer Jews of San Francisco, Part One, A-L; Norton B. Stern; 41/1

Bear Flag Bearer, Isidor Blum; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 19/1

Beginning of the Jewish Community Center Movement in the West: The First Affair: A Picture Story; 18/3

Beginning of the Zellerbach Paper Company; Charles A. Murdock; 19/3

Beginnings of the First Jewish Hospital in the West; Jacob Voorsanger; 8/3

Beloved Scribe: Letters of Theresa Ehrman; Part 1;  Theresa Ehrman; 12/1

Beloved Scribe: Letters of Theresa Ehrman; Part 2; Theresa Ehrman; 12/2

Beloved Scribe: Letters of Theresa Ehrman; Part 3; Theresa Ehrman; 12/3

Benjamin Franklin Peixotto: San Francisco Memories; William M. Kramer; 28/3

Best Friend of the Animals; 1871; William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

Beth Israel Congregation, Confirmation Class, 1941, Pioneer Jews of San Francisco, Part One, A-L; Norton B. Stern; 41/1

Beth Israel Congregation, Confirmation Class, circa 1920, Pioneer Jews of San Francisco, Part One, A-L; Norton B. Stern; 41/1

Bit of Oakland History from the Pen of a Youngster; Meyer Lissner; 6/3

Bransten, Edward: Residence, Early Jewish Pioneers of, Pioneer Jews of San Francisco, Part One, A-L; Norton B. Stern; 41/1

Brass and Bronze Foundry of Morris Greenberg, San Francisco: A Picture Story; 15/2

California Hebrews, 1887; 4/4

Camp Tawonga;, San Francisco; Mary Rosenthal Hoexter, 45/2

Cantor Edward J. Stark at Congregation Emanu-El; Part 1; Jeffery S. Zucker; 17/3

Cantor Edward J. Stark at Congregation Emanu-El; Part 2; Jeffrey S. Zucker; 17/4

Cantorate at Sherith Israel, 1893-1957; Kenneth C. Zwarin; 17/2

Case of Pro-Semitism in 1855; 16/3

Childhood of San Francisco’s Artist, Toby Rosenthal; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 24/2

Cholera in San Francisco in 1850; Norton B. Stern; 5/3

The Cholera Epidemic, Pioneer Jews of San Francisco, Part Two, M-Z; Norton B. Stern; 41/2

Choynski, Joe, His Combative Clan; Chistopher J. LaForce; 46/1

Communal Life of San Francisco Jewish Women, 1908; Josephine Cohn; 20/1

Community and Academy: Jewish Learning at the University of California; Harold S. Wechsler; 18/2

Condition of San Francisco Jewry Following the 1906 Earthquake-Fire; Judah L. Magnes and Lee K. Frankel; 11/3

Congregation Emanu-El, San Francisco: An Architectural Review, 1925; 22/2

Congressman Julius Kahn of California; Part 1; Robert J. Hoffman and William M. Kramer; 19/1

Congressman Julius Kahn of California; Part 2; Robert J. Hoffman and William M. Kramer; 19/2

Contemporary View of Pioneer San Franciscian Rabbi Julius Eckman; O. P. Fitzgerald; 25/4

Contra Costa County, Early Jewish Pioneers of, Pioneer Jews of San Francisco, Part One, A-L; Norton Stern; 41/1

Conversion and Marriage in San Francisco in 1859; 5/1

Cyril Magnin: San Francisco Earthquake-Fire, 1906; 27/3

D’Ancona’s Answer to Anti-Semitism: San Francisco, 1883; David A. D’Ancona; 28/3

Daniel Meyer: San Francisco Banker; David F. and Mary R. Hoexter; 12/3

David A. D’Ancona, 1827-1908: A Sephardic B’nai B’rith Leader and His Family; William M. Kramer; 28/3

David Balasco: Theatrical Producer and Playwright of San Francisco and Victoria, BC; William M. Kramer; 28/3

Development of the Jewish Community of San Jose, California 1850-1900, Part 3; Stephen D. Kinsey; 7/3

Diary of Isaias W. Hellman, 1915, Part 2; Isaias W. Hellman; 23/2

Diary of Isaias W. Hellman. 1915; Isaias W. Hellman; 23/1

Dinners of the Second Generation of the Old San Francisco Families; Susan B. Park; 20/3

Doing Time at the Palace; Irving Babow; 13/4

Early California Association of Michael Goldwater and His Family; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 4/4

Early Stockton Jewry and its Cantor-Rabbi Herman Davidson; Reva Clar; 48/3-4

Earp, Wyatt, and Josie Marcus: Fact, Fiction and Myth; Brian Dervin Dillon and David Erin Dillon; 48/1

Earthquake of 1989 at the Concordia Club; Sam Camhi; 24/1

Edgar D. Peixotto, Esq.; William M. Kramer; 28/3

Edgar Magnin: San Francisco Earthquake-Fire, 1906; Reva Clar and William M. Kramer; 27/3

Edith Green, TV Pioneer and Seventh Generation Sephard; Wayne S. Wooden; 28/3

Edith Green: Television’s Early Cook, 1949-1954; Wayne S. Wooden; 19/4

Edward Branenstein-Florine Haas Wedding, 1903; Lionel Heynemann; 15/2

Elcan Heydenfeldt, 1850: The First Jewish California Legislator; Norton B. Stern; 28/3

Election of November, 1892, in San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 17/1

Elegant Ball in San Francisco, 1872; 19/2

Elegant Wedding of a Pioneer’s Daughter, San Francisco, 1876; 17/2

Elizabeth Fleischmann-Aschheim: Pioneer X-Ray Photographer; Peter E. Palmquist; 23/1

Emanuel Blochman: French-Born Orthodox Activist of San Francisco; Mary R. Hoexter; 20/2

Emanu-El Congregation, Sisterhood Dormitory, Pioneer Jews of San Francisco, Part One, A-L,; Norton Stern; 41/1

Emergence of Oakland Jewry; Part 1; William M. Kramer; 10/2

Emergence of Oakland Jewry; Part 2; William M. Kramer; 10/3

Emergence of Oakland Jewry; Part 3; William M. Kramer; 10/4

Emergence of Oakland Jewry; Part 4; William M. Kramer; 11/1

Emergence of Oakland Jewry; Part 5; William M. Kramer; 11/2

Emergence of Oakland Jewry; Part 6; William M. Kramer; 11/3

Emergence of Oakland Jewry; Part 7; William M. Kramer; 11/4

Enest Bloch at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music; Ruth Rafael; 9/3

Ernest Lilienthal: San Francisco Earthquake-Fire, 1906; F. Gordon O’Neill; 27/3

Ernest Peixotto and His Work; Robertson, Peter; 28/3

Ernest Peixotto: Artist; William M. Kramer; 28/3

Federation Seeks Funds for Relief : San Francisco/San Jose Earthquake, 1989; Peggy Isaak Gluck; 27/3

Fifty Years Later: Official Memorandum to the United Nations Organizing Conference, San Francisco, 1945; 28/2

First Hebrew Benevolent Society of San Francisco, Early Jewish Pioneers of, Pioneer Jews of San Francisco, Part One, A-L,; Norton Stern; 41/1

First Jewish Lady Architect of the West: A Picture Story; 17/1

First Jewish Sermon in the West, Yom Kippur, 1850; Lewis A. Franklin; 10/1

First Jewish Sermon in the West: Yom Kippur, 1850, San Francisco; Samson H. Levey; 25/2

First Jewish State Legislator: Elcan Heydenfeldt, 1850; Norton B. Stern; 16/1

First Triplets Born in the West: 1867; Norton B. Stern; 19/4

First Western Jewish Newspaper and Its Probable Describer; Norton B. Stern; 23/4

Flora Arnstein: San Francisco Earthquake-Fire, 1906; Blake Greene; 27/3

Florine and Alice Haas and Their Families; David G. Dalin; 13/2

The Founding of the Eureka Benevolent Society of San Francisco, 1850; August Helbing; 47/1

Four Vignettes from the Great Disaster-1906; 27/3

Four Jewish Newspapers in ‘Frisco; 1887; William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

From San Francisco and Oakland to the Yukon, Pioneer Jews of San Francisco, Part Two, M-Z; Norton Stern; 41/2

G. Albert Lansburgh, San Francisco’s Jewish Architect from Panama; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 13/3

Galland Brothers of San Francisco and the Galland Laundry; Edward Galland Zelinsky; 30/4

Gentle Editor on San Francisco Jewry in 1887; Frederick Marriott; 23/2

Georgian in California: Letters of Rienzi Goldberg, 1864-1865; Rienzi Goldberg; 14/3

Girl and Her Grandparents; Flora Jacobi Arnstein; 13/3

Godchaux Sisters; Flora Jacobi Arnstein and Susan B. Park; 15/1

Hannah Marks Solomons; Norton B. Stern; 28/3

Harmony in San Francisco; 1849-1850; William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

Harriet Ashim Choynski: An 1850 Western Arrival; Norton B. Stern; 24/3

Harry Meyer: San Francisco Earthquake-Fire, 1906; Harry Meyer; 27/3

Hass Brothers of San Francisco: 127 Years of Business; 15/1

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

Halbing, August, of San Francisco, 1824-1896; Jacob Voorsanger; 47/1

Helbing, August, of San Francisco, 1824-1896; Jacob Voorsanger; 47/1

Henry Abraham Henry: San Francisco Rabbi, 1857-1869; Marcus H. Henry; 10/1

Henry I.Kowalsky: Attorney and Court Jester; Leo Newmark; 8/2

Henry J. Labatt (1832-1900): Pioneer Lawyer of California and Texas; William M. Kramer; 28/3

Henry U. Brandenstein of San Francisco; David G. Dalin and John F. Rothmann; 18/1

Henry Wangenheim, San Francisco Earthquake-Fire, 1906; Henry Wangenheim; 27/3

Solomon Heydenfeldt, Henry Jacob Labatt, and Joseph R. Brandon,Three Jewish-Activist Lawyers of 19th Century California; William M. Kramer; 45/3

Historical Recovery of the Pioneer Sephardic Jews of California at San Francisco; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 28/3

Homes of Prominent San Francisco Jews in the 1880s: A Gallery Story; Samuel Sokobin; 5/1

How to Aid the Jewish Farmers of Palestine, 1890; David Lubin; 17/3

Hyman Levy: San Francisco Earthquake-Fire, 1906; Linda M. Drogin; 27/3

I Remember the Earthquake of 1906; Harry Meyer; 5/3

Impressions of the San Francisco Earthquake-Fire of 1906; Abraham H. Levitt; 5/3

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Interesting Accounts of the Travels of Abraham Abrahamsohn; Part 1; Abraham Abrahamsohn; 1/3

Introduction to “The San Francisco Grandees”; William M. Kramer; 28/3

Isaac Nunez Cardozo, Western Grandee; Gene H. Rosenblum; 19/4

Isaac Nunez Cardozo: Western “Grandee”; Gene H. Rosenblum; 28/3

Isaachar Zachariah; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 28/3

Issac and Rebecca Harris Family of San Francisco; Rowena Lipman; 23/1

Issue of Jewish Marriage and Divorce in Early San Francisco; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 21/1

It is French to be Jewish; Oakland; William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

J. B. Levison: San Francisco Earthquake-Fire, 1906; J. B. Levison; 27/3

J. Mendes de Solla: Rabbi and Educator; William M. Kramer; 28/3

Jacob Voorsanger: From Cantor to Rabbi; Kenneth C. Zwerin and Norton B. Stern; 15/3

Jacob Weinstein – Early Days in the Rabbinate: Austin and San Francisco; Janice J. Felstein; 29/4

January-and-May Scandal of 1861; Isidor N. Choynski; 13/2

JCC Offers Hot Meals and Support: San Francisco/San Jose Earthquake, 1989; Matt Elkins; 27/3

Jerusalem View of San Francisco; Ida Nasatir; 25/2

Jessica Peixotto: U.C. Professor and Pioneer Women’s Activist; William M. Kramer; 28/3

Jewess in San Francisco; Rebecca J. Gradwohl; 6/4

Jewish Communal Education in San Francisco, 1926; Moshe Menuhin; 21/2

Jewish Conditions After the Earthquake-Fire, 1906; Rudolph I. Coffee; 27/3

Jewish Conditions in San Francisco; Rudolph I. Coffee; 8/2

Jewish Dairyman of San Francisco; Norton B. Stern; 14/2

Jewish Family Life in 1903; Oakland; William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

Jewish Good Guys and Bad; 25/3

Jewish History of Oakland: A Review Essay; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 9/4

Jewish Immigration Problem; Marcus Rosenthal; 6/4

Jewish Lecturing to Christian Groups: An 1872 View; Julius Eckman; 17/2

Jewish Stock of Stockton; William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

Jews in San Francisco’s Nineteenth-Century Boot and Shoe Trade; Joel S. Franks; 25/4

Joel Noah: San Francisco Forty-Niner; 15/4

Joseph R. Brandon, Activist Lawyer; William M. Kramer; 28/3

Joseph R. Brandon, Activist Lawyer; William M. Kramer; 23/1

Judah L. Magnes of Oakland: Errors and Omissions in His Life Story; Norton B.; Stern 17/4

Julius Eckman and Herman Bien: The Battling Rabbis of San Francisco; Part 1; Reva Clar and William M. Kramer; 15/1

Julius Eckman and Herman Bien, The Battling Rabbis of San Francisco; Part 3; Reva Clar and William M. Kramer; 15/4

Julius Eckman and Herman Bien: The Battling Rabbis of San Francisco; Part 2; Reva Clar and William M. Kramer; 15/3

The Founding of the Eurkeka Benevolent Society of San Francisco, 1850; August Helbing; 47/1

Julius Friedman, Benefactor of the Jewish Home for the Aged, San Francisco; Harold L. Levy; 23/2

The Koshland Family HomeLe Petit Trianon, , Pioneer Jews of San Francisco, Part One, A-L; Norton Stern; 41/1

Labatt on the Commercial Position of the Jews in California, 1856; Henry J. Labatt; 29/3

Labatts: Joseph and His Brothers; William M. Kramer; 28/3

Lansburgh, Gustave Albert of San Francisco and Marcus Benjamin Priteca of Seattle: Two Prominent West Coast Jewish Architects of the Early 20th Century; Eugene Normand; 46/4

Leon Dyer: Baltimore and San Francisco Jewish leader; Ira Rosenwaike; 9/2

Leon Mendez Solomons, (1873-1900); Jacob Voorsanger; 28/3

Leon Mendez Solomons, (1873-1900); Jacob Voorsanger; 10/2

Levinson, Solomon: From Kid Gloves to Boxing Gloves, 1867-1925; Jeremy G. Frankel and Victoria Fisch; 47/2

Letter from Father to Son; Sol Wangenstein; 7/2

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

Letter from San Francisco; Jacob Felsenthal; 6/1

Letter on the Catastrophe of 1906; Pauline reinhart; 20/4

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

Levy Brothers: Early San Francisco Chiropodists: A Picture Story; 13/4

Liebers Company , Pioneer Jews of San Francisco, Part One, A-L; Norton Stern; 41/1

Lilienthal Family Pact; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 7/3

Log Around the Horn, 1852-1853; Myer J. Newmark; 2/4

Lucius L. Solomons; Norton B. Stern; 28/3

Manual Mordecai Noah: Son of Mordecai Manuel Noah; William M. Kramer; 28/3

Mark M. Cohn: San Francisco Earthquake Fire, 1906; Mark M. Cohn; 27/3

Martin A. Meyer: His Life and Its Lessons; Part 1; Daniel J. Moskovitz; 26/3

Martin A. Meyer: His Life and Its Lessons; Part 2; Daniel J. Moskovitz; 26/4

Martin, Who Was Once Martinez; Norton B. Stern; 28/3

Matter of Names; Julian “Bud” Lesser; 23/4

Memoirs of George J. Delmer: Seaman and Policeman; 14/3

Memorial for a Blue-Collar, Bavarian-Born, San Francisco Forty-Niner; 14/1

Memories of a Reform Jewish Youth; Kenneth C. Zwerin; 16/3

Memories of a Then Eighty-Year-Old; Paul Heyneman; 13/3

Memories of My Parents: Henry U. and May Colman Brandenstein; Susan B. Park; 19/1

Julius Eckman and Herman Bien: The Battling Rabbis of San Francisco; Part 1; Reva Clar and William M. Kramer; 15/1

Minnesota Rabbi’s Impressions of San Francisco in 1884; Judah Wechler; 16/1

Mount Zion Hospital, Pioneer Jews of San Francisco, Part Two, M-Z; Norton Stern; 41/2

Mount Zion Hospital School of Nursing. Pioneer Jews of San Francisco, Part Two, M-Z; Norton Stern; 41/2

My Experiences During the Earthquake-Fire; Sol Lesser; 13/3

My Father, Richart Gutstadt of B’nai B’rith: A Memoir; Sylvia G. Olcutt; 25/1

My Great Grandfathers: A Personal Account; Edward Galland Zelinsky; 30/1

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