Rosalie Meyer Stern papers and photographs, 1842-1977

Rosalie Meyer Stern was a civic and social leader of San Francisco. 

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Author / Creator: 
Stern, Rosalie Meyer, 1869-1956
Size: 
7 linear ft. (16 document boxes and oversize items)
Collection #: 
WJHC 1971.003 AR1

Projects

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From the Dusty Archives

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From the Dusty Archives is a collection of sets on Flickr in which The Magnes present

Jewish Digital Narratives

The Jewish Digital Narratives of The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life explore the networks of Jewish life in California and beyond.

Jews in the Golden State

The Homegrown History web portal.

In 2007, the Magnes and the Labyrinth Project jointly received a generous grant from the Walter & Elise Haas Fund in support of Jews in the Golden

Memory Lab

Memory Lab is an interactive laboratory where users can create a digital story based on their life or research, on their family’s history, or on that of their organization, wi

In Safri's Home: Professor Gerald Berreman's Photo-Diary from India (1957-1972)

For some 40 years Professor Gerald (Gerry) Berreman of UC Berkeley pursued a longitudinal study of social inequality (caste, gender, class) and environment in their historical context in a Garhwal

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Online Archive of California

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Magnes curators are often invited to present at national and international conferences.

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