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Charles G. Campbell Obituary
Charles G. Campbell Obituary
 
 
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Charles Haas Obituary
Charles Haas Obituary
 
 
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Charles J. Krumm Obituary
Charles J. Krumm Obituary
 
 
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Charles Kottwitz Obituary
Charles Kottwitz Obituary
 
 
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Charles Krainik Obituary
Charles Krainik Obituary
 
 
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Charles Ransom Obituary
Charles Ransom Obituary
 
 
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Charlie Chermak Obituary
Charlie Chermak Obituary
 
 
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Charlie Chermak: Centenarian Interview
Charlie Chermak: Centenarian Interview
 
 
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Children of Henry and Rachel Sampson Engleson
Children of Henry and Rachel Sampson Engleson
GIRLS (L-R): Laura, Cal, Heinie, Mary Ann; BOYS (L-R): Dutch, Niels, Harry, Ray  
 
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Children of Sigmund and Sara Weill Bier, ca. 1868
Children of Sigmund and Sara Weill Bier, ca. 1868
Taken in New Orleans 
 
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Chloupek Family in USA
Chloupek Family in USA
 
 
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Christian Science Healing of Carol Dannenbaum
Christian Science Healing of Carol Dannenbaum
Alice Dannenbaum found spiritual answers in Christian Science that she wasn't able to find in the Reform Judaism of her upbringing. This excerpt is an example of the religious articles and poems she wrote for the church's publications. The daughter mentioned is Carol Dannenbaum. The illness occurred around 1916-1917 shortly after the family moved from San Francisco to San Mateo.  
 
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Christine Krainik Fanta Obituaries
Christine Krainik Fanta Obituaries
Two Obituaries 
 
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Clara Bracken Krainik Obituary
Clara Bracken Krainik Obituary
 
 
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Clara Engleson Anderson, 1921
Clara Engleson Anderson, 1921
probably taken in Beloit, Wisconsin 
 
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Clara Hecht Krauss Notes
Clara Hecht Krauss Notes
 
 
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Clara Krieser Krainik
Clara Krieser Krainik
 
 
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Clara Markstein Pokorny Obituary
Clara Markstein Pokorny Obituary
 
 
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Clarence Strouse Biography
Clarence Strouse Biography
Biography submitted to the press for an Evangelical Revival in Minneapolis. 
 
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Clarence Strouse's Conversion Experience
Clarence Strouse's Conversion Experience
Two conversion stories are included here. One is an article from one of Strouse's addresses in Minneapolis. The other is an excerpt from Evangelist Dr. William E. Biederwolf’s sermon that includes Clarence Strouse’s conversion experience. Biederwolf uses this story many times in his sermons, even after the death of Strouse in 1918. Both Biederwolf and Strouse served as editors of the religious periodial, "The Consecrated Life." According to Mark Sidwell of J.S. Mack Library at Bob Jones University: “Among those evangelists less remembered today but whose careers are nonetheless illuminating is William Edward Biederwolf (1867-1939). He learned the trade from two of the more significant evangelists of his era, Chapman and B. Fay Mills. He served as a promoter of evangelism for both the Federal Council of Churches and the Interdenominational Association of Evangelists. He parlayed his evangelistic work into other ministries, notably leadership of the Winona Lake Bible Conference. William McLoughlin ranks Biederwolf as one of the "second five" evangelists of the period after Billy Sunday. Biederwolf's modestly successful career as an evangelist and particularly his writing about evangelism provide a window for viewing the history of American evangelism.” Sidwell classifies both Biederwolf and Clarence Strouse as early urban evangelists, whose message is geared towards an urban, middle and upper-middle class audience.  
 
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Clarence Strouse's Social and Politic views
Clarence Strouse's Social and Politic views
Various excerpts of articles on hypnotism, gambling, drinking and card playing by women, etc., as well as his involvement in the Bull Moose Party of 1916. 
 
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Cliff Spevacek Obituary
Cliff Spevacek Obituary
 
 
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Clyde Swaker Death and Funeral
Clyde Swaker Death and Funeral
Clyde changed his last name from Swejkar to Swaker. Cause of death is listed as lysol poisoning.

 
 
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Coleman Adler Obituary
Coleman Adler Obituary
 
 
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Coleman E. Adler Tribute
Coleman E. Adler Tribute
 
 
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Coleman E. Adler, 1890s
Coleman E. Adler, 1890s
 
 
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Coleman E. Adler, 1920s
Coleman E. Adler, 1920s
 
 
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Columbia Theater, 1910
Columbia Theater, 1910
For many years J. J. Gottlob and his brother, Joe, owned and managed the Columbia theater in San Francisco. From the ACT website: The earthquake and fire of 1906 wrought destruction on every facet of life in San Francisco, and the performing arts faced a crisis without precedent. Renowned for the number and variety of its cultural events, San Francisco had been described by one theater observer of the time as "the only city in the United States, outside of New York, where a high-salaried player could be assured a long and lucrative run." In the destruction following the April 18, 1906, earthquake, however, the city lost all eight of its downtown theaters. Culture-conscious San Franciscans gave high priority to the replacement of performing arts buildings as reconstruction of the city got underway. From 1906 through 1911, eight new theaters, representing the latest in design and technology, were built in the downtown area, and the city's great theatrical tradition resumed almost immediately. . . [J.J. Gottlob's] new building opened on January 10, 1910. It was then known as the Columbia Theatre, named after a theater at Powell and Ellis streets that had been destroyed in the earthquake and fire.  
 
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Connie Dannenbaum Levey's Patents
Connie Dannenbaum Levey's Patents
Connie Levey held two patents while helping in her husband's work in plastics. 
 
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Connie Dannenbaum, ca. 1925
Connie Dannenbaum, ca. 1925
 
 
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Constance Roos Biography
Constance Roos Biography
 
 
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Crow Indian Agent (July 1889-June 1894)
Crow Indian Agent (July 1889-June 1894)
Moses P. Wyman was the agent from July 1889-June 1894.
 
 
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Curtis Leroy Coats, ca. 1940
Curtis Leroy Coats, ca. 1940
 
 
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Cyril Kamien 1932 Real Estate Forecast
Cyril Kamien 1932 Real Estate Forecast
 
 
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Cyril Kamien and Pokorny Real Estate Co.
Cyril Kamien and Pokorny Real Estate Co.
 
 
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D. B. Strouse Obituary and Funeral
D. B. Strouse Obituary and Funeral
 
 
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Daniel E. Koshland Biography
Daniel E. Koshland Biography
 
 
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Dannenbaum & Loupe General Store
Dannenbaum & Loupe General Store
 
 
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Dannenbaum Girls 1913:  Sadie, Connie and Carol
Dannenbaum Girls 1913: Sadie, Connie and Carol
 
 
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Dannenbaum Golden Wedding Anniversary
Dannenbaum Golden Wedding Anniversary
 
 
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Dannenbaum-Barnard/Mills Divorce
Dannenbaum-Barnard/Mills Divorce
 
 
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Dannenbaum-Bier Wedding
Dannenbaum-Bier Wedding
 
 
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Dannenbaum-Fletcher Wedding
Dannenbaum-Fletcher Wedding
 
 
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Dannenbaum-Gottlob Engagement and Wedding
Dannenbaum-Gottlob Engagement and Wedding
 
 
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Dannenbaum-Katzenstein Family Plot
Dannenbaum-Katzenstein Family Plot
Status: Located;  
 
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Dannenbaum-Levey Wedding
Dannenbaum-Levey Wedding
 
 
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Dannenbaum-May Wedding
Dannenbaum-May Wedding
 
 
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Dannenbaum-Sadler Divorce
Dannenbaum-Sadler Divorce
 
 
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Dannenbaum-Varnhagen Wedding
Dannenbaum-Varnhagen Wedding
 
 
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Dave Engleson
Dave Engleson
photo published with his obituary 
 

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