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A. Marshall Haas Death
A. Marshall Haas Death
 
 
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A. Marshall Haas Poem Tribute
A. Marshall Haas Poem Tribute
Written by Katherine Haas, Marshall Haas' daughter, who was a school teacher in Bunkie. The language is indicative of the era. Marshall was a country doctor in the highest sense of that profession, tending to patients of all races and economic backgrounds, often receiving payments in the form of chickens rather than cash.
 
 
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A.M. Haas Homicide
A.M. Haas Homicide
 
 
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Aaron Kahn Obituary
Aaron Kahn Obituary
 
 
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Abe Kreidel, 1941
Abe Kreidel, 1941
Fred L. Breckon Historic Portraits Collection in the Washington State Library. Notes: Abraham (Abe) Kreidel came to Ellensburg in the 1880s with his parents. He and his wife Esther operated Kreidels Style Shop clothing store for many years. Abe was involved with city politics and served as the Mayor of Ellensburg. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge. Abe died on October 1, 1953 at the age of 70 years. 
 
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Achille Roos' Hunting Story
Achille Roos' Hunting Story
 
 
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Adele Bier, ca. 1865
Adele Bier, ca. 1865
 
 
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Adele Dannenbaum Rheinstein
Adele Dannenbaum Rheinstein
Passport Photo 
 
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Adele Horde Swejkar Obituary
Adele Horde Swejkar Obituary
 
 
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Adelheid Kaufmann Bier, 1922
Adelheid Kaufmann Bier, 1922
from Seattle Daily Times 11 June 1922: "MRS. ALLAN BIER (Adelheid Kaufmann) of San Francisco, who is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kaufmann, was honor guest at two interesting teas given by Mrs. Kaufmann recently." 
 
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Adeline Krainik
Adeline Krainik
 
 
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Adeline Krainik Obituary
Adeline Krainik Obituary
 
 
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Adler-Krauss Wedding
Adler-Krauss Wedding
 
 
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Adolf and Clara Engleson Anderson
Adolf and Clara Engleson Anderson
probably taken in Beloit, Wisconsin 
 
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Adolf Anderson, 1921
Adolf Anderson, 1921
probably taken in Beloit, Wisconsin 
 
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Adolph Podrabsky Obituary
Adolph Podrabsky Obituary
 
 
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Adolph Swejkar Obituary
Adolph Swejkar Obituary
 
 
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Adolph Wilda Obituary
Adolph Wilda Obituary
 
 
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Adolphe Roos Obituary
Adolphe Roos Obituary
 
 
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Agnes Howard Chermak Obituary
Agnes Howard Chermak Obituary
 
 
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Albert 'Dutch' Engleson Obituary
Albert "Dutch" Engleson Obituary
 
 
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Albert Godchaux 1903 Biography
Albert Godchaux 1903 Biography
 
 
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Albert Godchaux's Death and Funeral
Albert Godchaux's Death and Funeral
 
 
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Albert Novotny Obituary
Albert Novotny Obituary
 
 
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Albert Petska Obituary
Albert Petska Obituary
 
 
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Albert Petska Obituary
Albert Petska Obituary
 
 
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Albert Teteak Obituary
Albert Teteak Obituary
 
 
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Alex and Hannah Haas Move to San Francisco
Alex and Hannah Haas Move to San Francisco
Alex and Hannah Pokorny Haas were probably already separated during this time.  
 
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Alex Haas and San Francisco Earthquake
Alex Haas and San Francisco Earthquake
This news article corroborates a family story about Alex Haas. According to Connie Dannenbaum Levey (Haas' granddaughter) the relief camp mentioned in this article was at Alta Plaza in the Pacific Heights neighborhood. Immediately following the earthquake, Alex hopped on a horse just like his cavalry officer days from the Civil War and began organizing the refugees. . . or so the story goes. 
 
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Alex Haas Horse Transactions and Dispute with Moses Family
Alex Haas Horse Transactions and Dispute with Moses Family
Horse trading was a tradition in the Haas family going back generations to Alsace. The difficulty with the Moses family was with Gustave Moses, of the famous photography studio in New Orleans and his brother, Bernard, a well regarded painter of the age. As Carol Mills-Nichol states in her book "The Forgotten Jews of Avoyelles Parish: "... Publically humiliating a successful member of the Jewish community over fifty dollars would not have been in the Moses Brotherís interest. Many prominent Hebrew citizens of New Orleans had been their clients, the most well-known being Fire Captain Samuel Levy, whom Bernard had painted in his ceremonial uniform."

The paintings referenced in the dispute remain unknown, and I hope they still exist somewhere. 
 
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Alex Haas Obituary
Alex Haas Obituary
 
 
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Alex Haas' Remedy for Charbon
Alex Haas' Remedy for Charbon
Posthumous retelling of remedy 
 
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Alex Haas: Brief Bio Sketch
Alex Haas: Brief Bio Sketch
 
 
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Alex Loupe 1853 Dispute Over Slave
Alex Loupe 1853 Dispute Over Slave
 
 
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Alex Loupe's Ad for Runaway Servant
Alex Loupe's Ad for Runaway Servant
The copy of the ad is difficult to read so is reproduced here.  
 
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Alexander Weil Biography
Alexander Weil Biography
 
 
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Alfred Hiller 1903 Bio
Alfred Hiller 1903 Bio
 
 
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Alfred Just Obituary
Alfred Just Obituary
 
 
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Alfred Nelson's Death and Obituary
Alfred Nelson's Death and Obituary
 
 
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Alfred Rheinstein
Alfred Rheinstein
Passport Photo 
 
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Alfred Rheinstein Obituary
Alfred Rheinstein Obituary
 
 
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Alfred Rheinstein, 1938
Alfred Rheinstein, 1938
 
 
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Alfred Willard Desertion Charges
Alfred Willard Desertion Charges
 
 
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Alfred Willard Marriage to Ziegfeld Follies Dancer
Alfred Willard Marriage to Ziegfeld Follies Dancer
 
 
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Alice Haas at 1900 Jewish Fair
Alice Haas at 1900 Jewish Fair
 
 
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Alice Haas Coats at Historic Williamsburg, 1951
Alice Haas Coats at Historic Williamsburg, 1951
Alice was always very well dressed. She's holding a dollar bill, which was probably intended for the docent as a tip.  
 
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Alice Haas Coats Obituary
Alice Haas Coats Obituary
Alice Haas Dannenbaum converted from Judaism to Christian Science in the early 1910s, having been introduced to the religion from her husband's aunt, Reine Loupe Haas. After her divorce from Arthur Dannenbaum in 1926, she met and married Curtis LeRoy Coats. The two met as Readers in their church in San Mateo.  
 
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Alice Haas Coats Society Page Profile
Alice Haas Coats Society Page Profile
 
 
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Alice Haas Coats with staff, Christmas 1952
Alice Haas Coats with staff, Christmas 1952
Unidentified woman in the middle. The far right is named Lily.  
 
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Alice Haas Dannenbaum with daughter, Sadie, 1905
Alice Haas Dannenbaum with daughter, Sadie, 1905
 
 

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