January 1986
Western States Jewish History;Jan1986, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p181
Academic Journal
The article presents various reports about Jewish people and their activities in the Western states, published in different Jewish periodicals. In the June 1985 issue of the "Los Angeles" magazine, a report was made about the activities of Isaias W. Hellman, founder of a Los Angeles bank. The September 13, 1985 issue of the "International Jewish News" carried news from historical societies including the founding of the New Mexico Jewish Historical Society in August 1985. A four-week study on provincial Jewry was prepared by the public school curriculum of Vancouver, British Columbia, and it was reported in the June 27, 1985 issue of the "Jewish Western Bulletin."


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