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Anton Krainik: Retirement and Rabbit Business
Anton Krainik: Retirement and Rabbit Business
 
 
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Anton Strouf Bio
Anton Strouf Bio
 
 
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Anton Wilda Obituary
Anton Wilda Obituary
 
 
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Ardis Krainik Obituaries
Ardis Krainik Obituaries
 
 
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Ardis Krainik: Posthumus Tributes
Ardis Krainik: Posthumus Tributes
 
 
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Ardis Krainik: Time Magazine Feature
Ardis Krainik: Time Magazine Feature
 
 
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Arnold Michaelis Obituary
Arnold Michaelis Obituary
 
 
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Arnstein-Sussman Wedding
Arnstein-Sussman Wedding
Post-earthquake wedding 
 
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Arthur Bluethenthal sketch, ca. 1916
Arthur Bluethenthal sketch, ca. 1916
In 1916, a year before the United States entered World War I, Arthur Bluethenthal joined the French Foreign Legion and served at the Battle of Verdun with the French 129th Infantry Division. 
 
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Arthur Bluethenthal, ca. 1912
Arthur Bluethenthal, ca. 1912
from Wikipedia: At Princeton University the 5' 9", 186-pound Bluethenthal played center from 1910–12. In 1911, he was named first team All-America by a number of newspapers, Walter Camp second team All-America, and first team All-East in a consensus of 28 newspapers. That year, the Tigers were 8–0–2, and yielded only 15 points the entire year. In 1912, Walter Camp selected him as third team All-America. Bluethenthal is a member of the International Jewish Sports Hall of Fame. 
 
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Arthur Bluethenthal, ca. 1916
Arthur Bluethenthal, ca. 1916
 
 
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Arthur Bluethenthal: 1918 War Time Telegram
Arthur Bluethenthal: 1918 War Time Telegram
From Cape Fear Museum: On June 19, 1918, Leopold and Johanna Bluethenthal received the kind of wartime telegram that everyone with a loved one in combat fears. It confirmed the news that their son, Arthur, had died fighting for the Allied cause in Europe. Arthur Bluethenthal was the first Wilmingtonian to die in combat during the First World War. In 1916, after World War had raged in Europe for two years, Arthur joined the American Field Service in France where he became a member of the ambulance service. He later joined the French Foreign Legion and became an aviator. His plane was shot down near Maignelay, about fifty miles north of Paris, on June 5, 1918. Arthur was a decorated war hero before his death, and the French government posthumously awarded him the Croix de Guerre with Palm on June 9, 1918. Bluethenthal was buried in Europe, and then in the early 1920s, his body was reinterred at Wilmington’s Oakdale Cemetery. When news of Bluethenthal’s death spread, the whole of Wilmington stopped to honor the fallen man’s service. Then-mayor P. Q. Moore ordered all the flags in the city to fly at half mast. And on June 20th, local businesses closed for one hour at lunch time. At that time, mourners poured into – and overflowed the capacity of — the Academy of Music, as Thalian Hall was then called. At the Academy of Music they heard speeches by the mayor, and speeches and prayers by local religious leaders, including a moving prayer by Dr. Samuel Mendelsohn (1850?- Sept 30, 1922) who was the rabbi of the Temple of Israel, the Bluethenthal family’s place of worship. The stage was decorated with flags of the allied nations, and a portrait of Bluethenthal was at the front and center of the stage. Laurel wreaths were sent by groups such as the alumni of Princeton, the Rotary Club, the Red Cross, and the Temple of Israel and hung around the portrait. A flag with a single gold star hung above the portrait. Chopin’s funeral march was played.  
 
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Arthur Brandeis Obituary
Arthur Brandeis Obituary
 
 
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Arthur Brandeis Obituary
Arthur Brandeis Obituary
 
 
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Arthur Dannenbaum Bio
Arthur Dannenbaum Bio
from History of the Bench and Bar of California 
 
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Arthur Dannenbaum, 1910
Arthur Dannenbaum, 1910
Photo printed in History of the Bench and Bar of California, J.C. Bates, editor, 1912 
 
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Arthur Dannenbaum, ca. 1920
Arthur Dannenbaum, ca. 1920
Taken in backyard of the home at 227 Elm, San Mateo. 
 
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Arthur J. Bleser Obituary
Arthur J. Bleser Obituary
 
 
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Arthur Krainik Obituary
Arthur Krainik Obituary
 
 
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Arthur L. Nelson Obituary
Arthur L. Nelson Obituary
 
 
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Arthur Loupe Obituary
Arthur Loupe Obituary
 
 
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Arthur Moses Notes
Arthur Moses Notes
 
 
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Attempted Disruption of Dannenbaum-Gottlob Wedding
Attempted Disruption of Dannenbaum-Gottlob Wedding
Former girlfriend of J.J. Gottlob jailed as she attempts to extort money from him on the eve of his wedding to Selina Dannenbaum. 
 
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August Jacques DeLamare Notes
August Jacques DeLamare Notes
 
 
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Auguste DeLamare Notes
Auguste DeLamare Notes
 
 
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Babette Morse Bornstein Obituary Excerpts
Babette Morse Bornstein Obituary Excerpts
transcribed from ancestry.com 
 
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Barbara Pankratz Kellner Obituary
Barbara Pankratz Kellner Obituary
 
 
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Barbara Pech 1855 Probate
Barbara Pech 1855 Probate
 
 
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Barbara Reindl Krainik Death and Obituary
Barbara Reindl Krainik Death and Obituary
 
 
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Bartos Family History
Bartos Family History
Memoir written by Stanislav (Stanley) Bartos. There is no date on the typed pages but appear to have been written no earlier than 1963. 
 
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Battye Cagle Campbell Obituary
Battye Cagle Campbell Obituary
 
 
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Bea Levy Neumaier, 1972
Bea Levy Neumaier, 1972
Detail from Neville Levy's 80th birthday party, Ponchartrain Hotel, New Orleans. 
 
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Beatrice Levy Neumaier Obituaries
Beatrice Levy Neumaier Obituaries
 
 
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Bella Pokorny Levey Obituary
Bella Pokorny Levey Obituary
 
 
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Ben Kamien Obituary
Ben Kamien Obituary
 
 
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Benjamin A. Elkus Obituary
Benjamin A. Elkus Obituary
 
 
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Bernard F. Moses Obituary
Bernard F. Moses Obituary
 
 
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Bernhard Moses Notes
Bernhard Moses Notes
 
 
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Bert Hofeller Loew Blumenthal Obituary
Bert Hofeller Loew Blumenthal Obituary
 
 
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Bertha Brash Morse Obituary and Funeral
Bertha Brash Morse Obituary and Funeral
 
 
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Bertha Mary Anderson Engebretsen, 1905
Bertha Mary Anderson Engebretsen, 1905
detail from Engleson family photo in Beloit, Wisconsin 
 
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Berthe Anderson Engebretson Obituary
Berthe Anderson Engebretson Obituary
 
 
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Bessie Krainik Wiesner
Bessie Krainik Wiesner
Detail from group photo in Manitowoc, Wisconsin 
 
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Bessie Sykora Podrabsky Obituary
Bessie Sykora Podrabsky Obituary
 
 
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Betty Kellog Sterud and Ruthie Petrovitz
Betty Kellog Sterud and Ruthie Petrovitz
unknown woman on far left. 
 
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Betty Kellogg Coats, 1930s
Betty Kellogg Coats, 1930s
San Francisco, CA 
 
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Betty Krainik Mueller Obituary
Betty Krainik Mueller Obituary
 
 

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