Location Index #2 – San Francisco, N – Z

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, N – Z

Including San Jose, Oakland, and Surrounding Cities

Nat Cohen: A Hit from the Start; Stanley F. Chyet; 26/3

Nathan Newmark: First Valedictorian of the University of California; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 9/4

Newspaper Clippings about Jewish Pioneers, San Francisco and Northern California; 47/3-4

Neito’s San Francisco Protest and Appeal; Jacob Nieto; 28/3

Nieto Interviewed on the San Francisco Jewry: Its Temple and the Earthquake; 28/3

Note of Correction: Rabbi Reuben Rinder; Kenneth C. Zwerin; 20/3

Notes on an Early Professional Family in the American West; 21/1

Oakland Jewry and the Earthquake-Fire of 1906; 9/3

Old Timers Recall Quakes During Their Lifetime; Peggy Isaak Gluck; 27/3

Oldest Firm in Berkeley: Manasse-Block Tanning Company: A Picture Story; 9/4

Orthodox Rabbi and a Reforming Congregation in Nineteenth Century San Francisco; Nlrton B. Stern; 15/3

Other San Francisco Reactions to Stow’s Remarks; Albert Shumate; 7/4

Our Bretheran in the West: A Trip to San Francisco, 1876; Max Lilienthal; 47/1

Out the Road: The San Bruno Avenue Jewish Community of San Francisco, 1901-1968; Steven Leibo; 11/2

Parentage and Early Years of M. H. De Young, Legend and Fact; Ira Rosenwaike; 7/3

Patrons of Artist Toby E. Rosenthal; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 18/2

Paul Sinsheimer: San Francisco Earthquake-Fire, 1906; Paul Sinsheimer; 27/3

Pauline Reinhart: San Francisco Earthquake-Fire, 1906; Pauline Reinhart; 27/3

Pavlova and Me: A Memoir; Reva Clar; 11/4

Phillip A. Udall, Master Machinist: A Picture Story; 16/1

Philo Jacoby: California’s First International Sportsman; Part 1; Reva Clar and William M. Kramer; 22/1

Philo Jacoby: California’s First International Sportsman; Part 2; Reva Clar and William M. Kramer; 22/2

Philo Jacoby: California’s First International Sportsman; Part 3; Reva Clar and William M. Kramer; 22/3

Phosphorescent Jewish Bride: San Francisco’s Famous Murder Case; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 13/1

Picture Story #17: First Hebrew Primer in West; 7/3

Pioneer Jewish San Francisco Stock Brockers; Edgar M. Kahn; 1/2

Pioneer Lawyer of California and Texas; William M. Kramer; 15/1

Pioneer San Francisco Leader of Sephardic Origin; Norton B. Stern; 20/2

Poverty and Relief in San Francisco at the End of the Nineteenth Century; Michel Goldwater; 13/2

Prags in Brief; Norton B. Stern; 17/2

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

Pro-Semitic Estimate of San Francisco Jewry, 1879; 21/1

Protest Against Sectarian Texts in California Schools in 1875; Joseph R. Brandon; 20/3

Rabbi Abraham Blum: From Alsace to New York by Way of Texas and California, Part 3; Reva Clar and William M. Kramer; 12/3

Rabbi Jacob Nieto of Congregation Sherith Israel; Kenneth C. Zwerin; 28/3

Rabbi Jacob Nieto of Congregation Sherith Israel; Part 1; Kenneth C. Zwerin; 18/1

Rabbi Jacob Nieto of Congregation Sherith Israel, Part 2; Kenneth C. Zwerin; 18/2

Rabbi Jacob Nieto of Congregation Sherith Israel, Part 3; Zwerin, Kenneth C.; 18/3

Rabbi Julius Eckman and the Elephants; Reva Clar; 20/1

Rabbi’s Survey of His Nineteenth Century Career in the West; Aron J. Messing; 22/2

Rabbinical Tragedy; Kenneth C. Zwerin; 15/2

Raphael Peixotto: Head of the Western Peixottos; William M. Kramer; 28/3

The Reign of the Vigilance Committees in San Francisco, 1851-1856; R.M. Devens; 48/1

Relief Work After the Earthquake-Fire, 1906; Jacob Voorsanger; 27/3

Relief Work in San Francisco; Jacob Voorsanger; 8/2

Religious Equality in California, 1862; George Fisher; 20/1

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

Rinder, Cantor Reuben, Jacobi, Frederick and Temple Emanu-El of San Francisco: Commisioning the Sacred; Jonathan L. Friedmann; 45/4

Rube Levy, San Francisco Shoe Cutter and the Origin of Professional Baseball in California; Part 1; Joel S. Franks; 25/1

Rube Levy: A San Francisco Shoe Cutter and the Origin of Professional Baseball in California; Part 2; Joel S. Franks; 25/2

Russian Jewish Immigration and Rabbi Jacob Voorsanger; Jane Schweitzer; 17/2

Saga of the First Fifty Years of Congregation Emanu-el, San Francisco; Edgar M. Kahn; 3/3

The Salem Cemetery, San Franciscans Married with Strictest Orthodox Rites, 1900; 26/2

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

San Francisco Jewish Community in 1955; Monty Jacobs; 24/1

San Francisco Jewry and the Russian Visa Controversy of 1911; Gerald S. Henig; 18/1

San Francisco Jewry Following the Earthquake-Fire, 1906; Judah L. Magnes and Lee K. Frankel; 27/3

San Francisco Journalism of I. N. Choynski; Part 1; Robert Singerman; 29/2

San Francisco Journalism of I. N. Choynski; Part 2; Robert Singerman; 29/3

San Francisco Journalism of I. N. Choynski; Part 3; Robert Singerman; 29/4

San Francisco Rabbi Reports on a Visit to Sacramento, 1858; H. Abraham Henry; 11/1

San Francisco Synagogue Scandal in 1893; Norton B. Stern; 6/3

San Francisco’s Emanu-El Residence Club: A Memoir of 1925; Reva Clar; 14/4

San Francisco’s Rodin Collection: The Jewish Connection; Bernice Scharlach; 19/1

San Jose and San Francisco in the Earthquake-Fire of 1906; Mark M. Cohn; 15/3

Saving Soldier of San Francisco, 1900; 17/2

Search for the First Synagogue; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 7/1

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

Selina Solomons and Her Quest for the Sixth Star (Woman’s Suffrage); M .K. Silver; 31/4

Sephardic Leadership in Early California Jewish Life; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 17/3

Sherith Israel’s First Confirmation. Pioneer Jews of San Francisco, Part Two, M-Z; Norton Stern; 41/2

Sherith Israel Synagogue, Pioneer Jews of San Francisco, Part Two, M-Z; Norton Stern; 41/2

Sherith Israel’s Second Synagogue, Pioneer Jews of San Francisco, Part Two, M-Z; Norton Stern; 41/2

Sidney S. Peixotto: Founder and Headworker of the Columbia Park Boy’s Club; Mae K. Silver; 17/4

Sidney S. Peixotto: Founder and Headworker of the Columbia Park Boys’ Club; Mae K. Silver; 28/3

Sir Henry Heyman: San Francisco’s Noble Musician; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 18/4

Six Pioneer Women of San Francisco; Norton Stern; 30/2

Sol Lesser: San Francisco Earthquake-Fire, 1906; Sol Lesser; 27/3

Solomon Heydenfeldt (1816-1890): Supreme Court Judge; William M. Kramer; 28/3

Some Further Notes on Michael Goldwater; 5/1

Society of German Physicians, Pioneer Jews of San Francisco, Part Two, M-Z; Norton Stern; 41/2

Some Political and Cultural Pressures on the Jewish Image in Civil War San Francisco; Robert J. Chandler; 20/2

Son of Solomon Nunes Carvalho; Robert S. Zuckerman; 8/3

Stingiest Man in San Francisco; William M. Kraner; 5/4

Strange Passion of Salmi Morse; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 16/4

Strauss, Levi: The Man, His Family and My Family: Discovering My Roots and More; John Michael; 45/3

Sutter Street Temple ‘Emanu-El’ Pioneer Jews of San Francisco, Part Two, M-Z; Norton Stern; 41/2

That Lurking Prejudice; Robert J. Chandler; 27/4

They Have Killed Our Man But Not Our Cause: The California Jewish Mourners of Abraham Lincoln; William M. Kramer; 2/4

To Be or Not to Be a Jewish Hospital?; Barbara Rogers; 10/3

Tribute to Rhoda Haas Goldman; Uri Herscher; 29/2

Trio of Vignettes from the Great Disaster of 1906; 10/3

Two Letters to Harriet Choynski; Isidor N. Choynski and Julius Eckman; 7/1

Two Notable California Jewish Personalities, Hattie Hecht Sloss and Elizabeth Fleishman-Aschheim; Norton B. Stern; 30/3

View of Jewish Social Welfare in San Francisco in 1895; 18/3

The Wedding Was Off!; 1883; Oakland; William Kramer; 42/2-3

Weissbein Brothers of Grass Valley and San Francisco: Banking, Mining and Real Estate; Michel Janicot; 22/3

Women in the Weekly Gleaner; Part 1; Reva Clar; 17/4

Women in the Weekly Gleaner; Part 2; Reva Clar; 18/1

YMHA and the YWHA in San Francisco; Ruth Kelson Rafael; 19/3

Yom Kippur Failings: San Francisco and New York; 12/1

Yom Kippur in the Temple Eamanu-El; Henley, S. Homer; 4/1

Yom Kippur, San Francisco, 1858; 18/1

Young Yehudi Menuhin: An Unauthorized Biography of San Francisco’s Child Prodigy; William M. Kramer; 28/1

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