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San Francisco resident and shoemaker who worked in an army goods store. His wife, Katie Keyle Braverman, was involved with the Workmen's Circle.
Max J. Brandenstein was born in San Francisco on February 2, 1860.
In 1940, inspired by Louis D. Brandeis, Dr. Shlomo Bardin founded the Brandeis Camp Institute to teach secular Jews about Jewish culture and the Jewish religion.
Boris Bogen was a social and Jewish communal worker as well as an editor and author. He was born in Moscow and immigrated to the U.S. in 1888.
The Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter No. 1165 of B'nai B'rith Women was organized in 1962 in Oakland, California.
The Commission for the Preservation of Pioneer Jewish Cemeteries and Landmarks was formed in 1962 to assist in the preservation of pioneer Jewish cemeteries located in the California Mother Lode.
Sara Cogan worked as a bibliographer for the Western Jewish History Center of the Judah L. Magnes Museum from 1967 through the mid-1970s.
Organized in 1921 to assist Jewish college students, particularly those at the University of California at Berkeley.
Michael Caminetsky was born in Russia. In 1882, he immigrated to and settled in Winnipeg, Canada.