Location Index #2 – Los Angeles Area, 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 probably not be on the “Location” Index.

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

* Example:   21/4 = Vol. 21, No. #4

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Los Angeles Area, N – Z

The Name of Los Angeles’ First Jewish Newspaper; Norton B. Stern; 7/2

The Neighborhood Music Settlement and Boyle Heights; Jonathan L. Friedmann; 43/3&4

A New Club for Los Angeles; Norton B. Stern; 10/4

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

A New Jewish Cemetery in East Los Angeles, 1902: A Picture Story; 11/1

Of Temple Street and Boyle Heights; William M. Kramer; 42/2&3

Old Jewish Cemetery in Chavez Ravine, Los Angeles: A Picture Story; Los Angeles; 9/2

Organizational and Spiritual Leadership (Pioneer Jews of Los Angeles in the Nineteenth Century); William Deverell; 38/3&4

Organized Jewish Life Begins in Pasadena; 20/1

The Origins of Los Angeles’ Oldest Orthodox Shul, Part I; William M. Kramer; 42/2&3

The Origins of Los Angeles’ Oldest Orthodox Shul, Part II; William M. Kramer; 42/2&3

An Orthodox View of Los Angeles Jewry, 1954; Moshe Swift; 24/3

Our Temple of Healing: 1962, a Sephardic Messenger Account; Aron Cohen; 28/4

Pasadena, California: The Jewish Community During WWII; Michael Several; 42/1

Picture Story Number Eight: Map of the Alexandre Weill Tract of Los Angeles; 5/2

Picture Story Number Eighteen: First Orthodox Synagogue in Los Angeles; 7/4

Picture Story Number Fourteen: Los Angeles Confirmation Seventy Years Ago; 6/4

Picture Story Number Thirteen: Jewish Aeronautical Association; 6/3

A Potpourri of Los Angeles Groups: A Gallery Story; 5/2

Precedent for Ecumenism; Francis J. Weber; 19/2

Preparations for Passover: The Origin of Spring Cleaning?; David I. Essrig; 29/3

President’s Report, Federation of Jewish Charities, Los Angeles, 1917; George Mosbacher; 11/1

Putting the Pieces Together: 1994 Earthquake; Zvi B. Hollander; 27/3

The Rambam Torah Institute of Los Angeles: A Research Note; Paul Soifer; 48/2

Reconstruction and Havurah; Peter Margolis; 27/4

A Rhodesli Register of Los Angeles Pioneers and a Sourcebook for Rhodesli Scholarship; Aron Hasson; 28/4

Rhodesli Sephardic History at Home of Peace in Los Angeles; Aron Haason; 33/2

Roumanian Jews Begin Arriving in Los Angeles, 1902; 14/4

San Fernando Valley and Its Early Jewish “Pioneers”; Warren Miller; 45/4

San Fernando Valley’s Jewish Growth: Recorded in the Past Thirteen Years [to 1950]; Sam Brand; 45/4

A San Francisco Report of the Confirmation Ceremonies of Los Angeles Congregation B’nai B’rith: Los Angeles, June 10, 1870; 30/1

Save Old Sinai Temple!; William M. Kramer; 42/2&3

Sephardic Jews of Rhodes in Los Angeles; Aron Hasson; 6/4

The Sephardim of Los Angeles in 1930; Louis G. Reynolds; 13/3, 28/4

The Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles; William M. Kramer; 28/2

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

The Star of David and the Rose Bowl Parade: San Gabriel, Alhambra, and Pasadena, California, 1948–1949; Marjory Zerin; 37/2

Students Were Stunned at the Sudden Disappearance of Our Japanese Classmates; Elizabeth “Libby” Fine Ginsberg; 43/3&4

Study of Los Angeles Jewish History: An Analytical Consideration of a Major Work; William M. Kramer and Norton B. Stern; 3/1

The Subbotniki: Secret Jews of Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, California; William M. Kramer; 35/2

A Summer of Fun, a Lifetime of Impact; Steve Breuer, 45/2

Temple Tifereth Israel Dedication Program, February 21, 1932, Los Angeles, California; 43/2

Temple Tifereth Israel of Los Angeles; Beth Samuels and William M. Kramer; 28/4

Those Days in Los Angeles’ Boyle Heights, Part I; William M. Kramer; 42/2&3

Those Days in Los Angeles’ Boyle Heights, Part II; William M. Kramer; 42/2&3

Unexpected Help in 1898 for the Hebrew Benevolent Society of Los Angeles; Victor Harris; 21/1

The Visit of the Spanish Royal Couple to Sephardic Temple Tifereth Israel in Los Angeles; 28/4

When the Franco-Prussian War Came to Los Angeles; Norton B. Stern; 10/1

When the Jewish Homes Really Began, 1910 not 1912; William M. Kramer; 42/2&3

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

Zionism in Los Angeles on Its Twenty-Fifth Anniversary; Aaron Riche; 23/1

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