Location Index #2 – San Diego Area & General So. California

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 probably will not be on the “Location” Index.

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

* Example:   21/4 = Vol. 21, INo. #4

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Southern California – General

1889 Orange County Map; 44/3&4

Bad Day at San Bernardino; Norton B. Stern; 7/1

The Beginnings of Chabad in Orange County, California; David Eliezrie; 44/3&4

A Bibliography of San Diego Jewish History; Stanley Schwartz; 26/1

Boy Scout Troop 581 of Anaheim; Shmuel Fisher; 44/3&4

A Collection of Orange County Newspaper Advertisements and Other Memorabilia from the 1870s to the 1960s; 44/3&4

Denouement in San Diego in 1888; Norton B. Stern; 11/1

Early Jews of Riverside; Samuel Reznick; 12/2

Early Newspaper Reports of Jewish Pioneers in the San Diego California Area (Newspaper Clippings 1851–1900); 47/3&4

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

Family is Our Middle Name: 100 Years of San Diego’s Jewish Family Service; Joellyn Zollman; 50/3&4

A Few San Bernardino Businessmen in 1892; 15/2

The First Synagogue in Orange County; Larry Goldberg, 44/3&4

The First Temple Beth Israel: San Diego; Henry Schwartz; 11/2

Foreword (Jewish Pioneers of Orange County); John M. W. Moorlach; 44/2&3

Historic Rededication in Old Town, San Diego, July 10, 2010; Donald H. Harrison; 43/1

Historic Temple Moved in San Diego; Henry Schwartz; 26/1

House Committee Probes Nazi Activities on Coast at Los Angeles Hearings, 1934; “Vigilante”; 30/4

Introduction (Jewish Pioneers of Orange County); Dalia Taft; 44/2&3

Jewish Cemetery Restored in Lake Elsinore, California, 1997: Nature Restores Cemetery; Sandy Stokes; 30/2

Jewish Memories in Lakeside, California; Donald H. Harrison; 50/2

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

Jewish Studies Institute of Anaheim; 44/3&4

The Jews of San Diego State University, California; Lawrence Baron; 30/2

The Kosher Queen, the Queen Mary, Long Beach, California; Donald H. Harrison; 33/2

Kosher Wine for Pesach from Anaheim, 1863; 44/3&4

The Layman as Rabbinic Officiant in the Nineteenth Century; William M. Kramer and Norton B. Stern; 16/1

Life at 30th and E, San Diego; Laurence, M. Klauber; 23/4

Long Beach California Jewry: Viewed in 1930 and 1968; Harvey B. Franklin; 23/2

A Minyan of San Diego Jewish Pioneers; Donald H. Harrison, 45/1

Mission to San Bernardino in 1879; Norton B. Stern; 10/3

Mothers and Daughters of Old San Diego; Audrey R. Karsh; 19/3

Murder to be Forgotten; Norton B. Stern; 9/2

News from San Diego in 1906; A. H. K.; 7/3

No Place Like Home: Beth Israel, 1891; William M. Kramer; 42/2&3

“Old Town, New Town,” San Diego; Ida Nasatir; 27/2

Orange County Federation Comes of Age: Orange County Jewish Heritage, September 4, 1981; Southern California; 44/3&4

Orange County; Jews in the News; 44/3&4

Philo-Semitism and Anti-Semitism in Pioneer San Diego, California, 1850–1865; Donald H. Harrison; 37/2

Pioneer Jews of Santa Barbara; William M. Kramer and Norton B. Stern; 22/4

Pioneer Jews of Ventura County: A Picture Story; 14/2

Poetic San Diego; William M. Kramer; 42/2&3

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

The Promised Land in California, 1904; William M. Kramer; 42/2&3

Proto-Zionism in Ventura; William M. Kramer; 42/2&3

Qualifications of Teachers: An 1880 Commentary; Marcus Katz; 15/4

Reminiscences of B’nai B’rith in San Diego; Hyman S. Wolf; 14/1

A St. Louis Visitor Views Southern California in 1883; Abraham Newmark; 10/3

San Bernardino Centennial; Phyllis Newman; 7/4

San Bernardino Confirmand’s Report, 1891; Sadie Oppenheimer; 11/2

The San Bernardino Hebrew and English Academy; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 8/2

San Diego: Research Notes on San Diego Area Jewish History, Made in San Diego, California, December 23–24, 1967; Norton B. Stern; 41/4

San Diego: The Town and Its Jewry in 1890; 17/2

A San Diego First; William M. Kramer; 42/2&3

San Diego Jewry Seventy-Two Years Ago; 10/2

San Diego Jews, World War I and the Growth of Benevolence; Laurel Schwartz; 50/3&4

A San Diego Merchant’s Letter from Germany in 1873; Abraham Rothschild; 12/1

San Diego Pioneering Ladies and Their Contributions to the Community, 1881–1905; Audrey R. Karash; 31/1

San Diego Purim Ball in 1888; 7/1

Santa Ana, California: Its First Jews and Jewish Congregations; Norton B. Stern; 14/3, 44/3&4

Santa Barbara Vignette of 1895; 6/1

The Silver Shirts: Anti-Semitism in San Diego, 1930–1940; Henry Schwartz; 25/1

The Sud-California Post: A Jewish Editor Views the News; T. L. Broadbent; 6/1

Two Orange County Pioneer Families: A Picture Story; 17/4

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