Phillips (Fred) family papers and photographs, circa 1900-1970.

Fred Phillips was born in 1882 into the Wartelsky family, which immigrated to the United States from Russia around the turn of the century.

Collection Information
Author / Creator: 
Phillips, Fred, 1882-1944
Size: 
1 carton, 2 boxes, 1 oversize box, and 1 oversize folder (2.2 linear feet)
Collection #: 
BANC MSS 2010/671

Linker (Henry) collection on the Synagogue Council of the East Bay, 1956-1976

Henry Linker, a member of Richmond's Congregation Beth Hillel, was a delegate to the Synagogue Council of the East Bay for approximately ten years, and for many of those years he served as that o

Collection Information
Author / Creator: 
Linker, Henry
Size: 
1 folder
Collection #: 
BANC MSS 2010/540

Hashomer Hatzair records, 1938-1942

Hashomer Hatzair, initially founded in 1913 in Austria, is the oldest Zionist youth movement still in existence.

Collection Information
Author / Creator: 
Hashomer Hatzair. San Francisco Branch.
Size: 
1 folder
Collection #: 
BANC MSS 2010/550

Painted Esther Scroll (Northern Italy, 18th century)

Painted manuscript of the Book of Esther, rolled for use on the holiday of Purim.

Esther Scroll, Italy 18th cent. [62.0.1].jpg
Collection Information
Collection #: 
62.0.1
Dates: 
1750 - 1800
Place of Creation/Publication: 
Northern Italy
Location: 

Grossman (Alice) papers, 1950-1979

Alice Grossman was born in 1909 to Louis and Ida Grossman. She had three sisters, Dora, Molly, and Anna. During World War II, Alice served in the U.S.

Collection Information
Author / Creator: 
Grossman, Alice, 1909-2007
Size: 
1 box (.2 linear feet)
Collection #: 
BANC MSS 2010/646

Louis and Emma Blumenthal papers, 1911-1959

Louis H. and Emma (nee Loewy) Blumenthal played central roles in Jewish communal life in San Francisco during the middle of the twentieth century.

Collection Information
Author / Creator: 
Blumenthal, Louis H.
Size: 
1 carton, 1 box, and 1 oversize folder.
Collection #: 
BANC MSS 2010/689

Magnes collection on Judah L. Magnes, 1870-2004

Judah L. Magnes occupied himself with many endeavors. He was a rabbi; an educator; an organizational leader; an independent-minded social activist and humanist.

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Size: 
3 cartons, 1 box, and 2 oversize folders (3.4 linear feet)
Collection #: 
BANC MSS 2010/709

Lilienthal (Samuel) memorial book, 1891

Samuel Lilienthal was born in Munich, Germany, and became a pioneer American homeopathic physician.

Collection Information
Author / Creator: 
Lilienthal, Samuel, 1815-1891
Size: 
1 oversize box (.4 linear feet)
Collection #: 
BANC MSS 2010/605

Jewish Federation of the Greater East Bay records, 1881-1999

The Oakland Jewish Relief Federation was founded in 1918 in an attempt to centralize Jewish relief work in the East Bay.

Collection Information
Author / Creator: 
Jewish Federation of the East Bay (Oakland, Calif.)
Size: 
19 cartons, 3 boxes, 7 oversize boxes, and 1 oversize folder (28.2 linear feet)
Collection #: 
BANC MSS 2010/739

Paul Christian Kirchner, Jüdisches Ceremoniel (1724)

The detailed description of Jewish ceremonial customs by Kirchner, a Jewish convert to Christianity, Paul Christian Kirchner, Jüdisches Ceremoniel (1724) RB 21.jpg

Collection Information
Author / Creator: 
Paul Christian Kirchner
Author / Creator: 
Sebastian Jugendres (1685-1765)
Author / Creator: 
Johann Georg Puschner (1680-1749)
Collection #: 
RB 21
Dates: 
1724
Place of Creation/Publication: 
Nuremberg
Location: