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Roy and Alice Haas Coats, ca. 1940
Roy and Alice Haas Coats, ca. 1940
 
 
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Russ Coats, 1920s
Russ Coats, 1920s
Photos from Francis Edmonson and Charlotte Coats: http://www.amcolan.info/Coats/John_Russell_Coats_Family.php 
 
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Ruth Bone Davis, 1970s
Ruth Bone Davis, 1970s
 
 
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Ruth Petrovitz, 1930s
Ruth Petrovitz, 1930s
Taken at the Coats home in San Francisco. unknown boy. The dog's name is Elmo 
 
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Ruthie Petrovitz, 1970s
Ruthie Petrovitz, 1970s
 
 
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S. M. Levee
S. M. Levee
Passport Photo 
 
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S. M. Levee Home
S. M. Levee Home
720 Georgia St., Vallejo, California 
 
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Salomon and Rosa Loupe Dannenbaum Wedding Photo, 1868
Salomon and Rosa Loupe Dannenbaum Wedding Photo, 1868
The painted wedding dress suggests that this photo was taken some time before or after the event. Both the Loupe and Dannenbaum families traveled from California to Europe in August 1868, although it is uncertain if the wedding took place before or after this journey. This photo could have been taken on either continent and simply modified for the occasion. 
 
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Salomon Dannenbaum, ca. 1900
Salomon Dannenbaum, ca. 1900
 
 
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Sam and Pauline Harris Kreidel, 1915
Sam and Pauline Harris Kreidel, 1915
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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San Francisco Fire Viewed From Alta Plaza
San Francisco Fire Viewed From Alta Plaza
Local Pacific Heights residents watched the city burn from Alta Plaza. The view is looking east towards Pacific Heights. Beyond is the smoke and fire which ravaged all areas east of Van Ness towards downtown. The road in the middle is Washington street where Aaron and Phina Loupe Kahn lived. Since many Loupe and Dannenbaum family resided in this neighborhood, they likely would have seen this same view. Alta Plaza is also where Col. Alex Haas (father of Alice Haas Dannenbaum) began to organize refugees on his horse. The dome to the right is Congregation Sherith Israel. The Bier home, which faces Alta Plaza, would be in the lower far right but is just out of range in this photo.  
 
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Sara Weill Bier, ca.1867
Sara Weill Bier, ca.1867
 
 
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Selina Dannenbaum
Selina Dannenbaum
Photo included in SF Chronicle article on the Dannenbaum-Gottlob engagement. 
 
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Sidney Dannenbaum, 1910
Sidney Dannenbaum, 1910
from 16 Jun 1910 San Francisco Call article 
 
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Sidney Dannenbaum, Bacteriologist for San Francisco
Sidney Dannenbaum, Bacteriologist for San Francisco
Photo from 16 Jun 1910 San Francisco Call article. 
 
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Sidney Rheinstein
Sidney Rheinstein
Passport Photo 
 
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Siegfried Varnhagen
Siegfried Varnhagen
Passport Photo 
 
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Sigmund Bier, ca. 1867
Sigmund Bier, ca. 1867
 
 
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Simon Bier, ca. 1865
Simon Bier, ca. 1865
 
 
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Susan Preston Coats, ca. 1870
Susan Preston Coats, ca. 1870
Photos from Francis Edmonson and Charlotte Coats: http://www.amcolan.info/Coats/John_Russell_Coats_Family.php 
 
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Susan Preston Coats, ca. 1875
Susan Preston Coats, ca. 1875
Photos from Francis Edmonson and Charlotte Coats: http://www.amcolan.info/Coats/John_Russell_Coats_Family.php 
 
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Suzanne Levy Ormond, 1950s
Suzanne Levy Ormond, 1950s
 
 
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Temple Sinai Choir, ca. 1890
Temple Sinai Choir, ca. 1890
Photo from "The Jewish Community of New Orleans" by Irwin Lachoff and Catherine C. Kahn: "Following the new Reform traditions, Temple Sinai was built with an organ and soon organized a choir, replacing the traditional cantor. This picture of the volunteer choir in about 1890 shows the enthusiasm with which this "Americanization" of the service was greeted. The only person the authors can identify is the white-mustached old gentleman in the back row. He is Leon Cahn, who organized the choir and sometimes substituted for clergy. In 1990, Temple Sinai membership voted to engage the services of a cantor, while retaining both choir and music." One additional person I can identify is a young Rosa Pokorny seated far left. 
 
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The Kreidel Building
The Kreidel Building
From Central Washington University Library Collection: The Samuel Kreidel Block, most often called the Kreidel Building was built by Samuel Kreidel (1854-1922) during the fall and winter of 1889 on the northeast corner of Third and Pearl Streets. Kreidel, a native of Germany, instructed the architects to create a building in the German Romantic style of 19th century Germany. The building was one of the most exuberent buildings in Ellensburg. Instead of an actual turret type tower, as is on the Davidson Building, the Kreidel tower had a raised center section topped by a cupola. The bulbiform dome and finial, gave the tower a massive impressiveness that was carried throughout the entire building. A supplement to West Shore (magazine) commissioned by Leonhard & Ross of Ellensburgh, Washington. A 24 1/2" x 34 1/2" poster of the Ellensburgh building built or being built after the July 4th 1889 fire. Twenty-six buildings or blocks illustrated. Reverse side contained two full pages of information about Ellensburg and the Kittitas Valley. F. Leonhard and P. H. W. Ross Real Estate advertisement. 
 
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Tommie Thompson Adler, 1972
Tommie Thompson Adler, 1972
Detail from Neville Levy's 80th birthday party, Ponchartrain Hotel, New Orleans 
 
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Vaclav Krajnik (Wenzel Krainik), ca. 1867
Vaclav Krajnik (Wenzel Krainik), ca. 1867
Detail from either a wedding photo or one taken within a few years after. 
 
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Walter Pokorny Adler, 1923
Walter Pokorny Adler, 1923
 
 
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Will Coats, 1920s
Will Coats, 1920s
Photos from Francis Edmonson and Charlotte Coats: http://www.amcolan.info/Coats/John_Russell_Coats_Family.php 
 
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Winifred Krainik Abendschein
Winifred Krainik Abendschein
Detail from group photo 
 
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Zoe Coats, 1920s
Zoe Coats, 1920s
Photos from Francis Edmonson and Charlotte Coats: http://www.amcolan.info/Coats/John_Russell_Coats_Family.php 
 

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