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Re: Surnames KLEIN - KRAMER - SEIBERT - [Were my ancestors Jewish?] #germany

Gerhard Buck <buckidstein@...>
 

In his great "Dictionary of German-Jewish Surnames" Lars Menk gives a
long list of places, where he found the name KLEIN as a Jewish surname.

Krame may be a misreading of KRAMER, also spelt CRAMER. Menk has found
these names and their variation KRAEMER in various places and regions.

The name SEIBERT is mentioned by him only once, but not as a Jewish
surname. Variations with ey / th do not appear. It is a frequent
(Christian) surname in the region where I live.

Gerhard Buck, Idstein, Germany buckidstein@t-online.de


Moderator Notes: Lars Menk
http://www.obermayer.us/award/awardees/menk-eng.htm
http://www.obermayer.us/award/awardees/menk-ger.htm

Gerhard Buck
http://www.obermayer.us/award/awardees/buck-eng.htm
http://www.obermayer.us/award/awardees/buck-ger.htm


German SIG #Germany Re: Surnames KLEIN - KRAMER - SEIBERT - [Were my ancestors Jewish?] #germany

Gerhard Buck <buckidstein@...>
 

In his great "Dictionary of German-Jewish Surnames" Lars Menk gives a
long list of places, where he found the name KLEIN as a Jewish surname.

Krame may be a misreading of KRAMER, also spelt CRAMER. Menk has found
these names and their variation KRAEMER in various places and regions.

The name SEIBERT is mentioned by him only once, but not as a Jewish
surname. Variations with ey / th do not appear. It is a frequent
(Christian) surname in the region where I live.

Gerhard Buck, Idstein, Germany buckidstein@t-online.de


Moderator Notes: Lars Menk
http://www.obermayer.us/award/awardees/menk-eng.htm
http://www.obermayer.us/award/awardees/menk-ger.htm

Gerhard Buck
http://www.obermayer.us/award/awardees/buck-eng.htm
http://www.obermayer.us/award/awardees/buck-ger.htm


(US) March is National Women's History Month #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

In 1981 the US Congress passed PL 97-28 authorizing the President to
proclaim the week of March 8, 1982 as Women's History Week. This continued
for the next five years. In 1987 being petitioned by the National Women's
History Project, Congress passed PL 100-9 which designated the month of
March as Women's History Month. Since 1995 each American president has
signed proclamations designating March as Women's History Month. To read
more about the history see: http://womenshistorymonth.gov/about.html

March, 2015 National Women's History Month-is the National History Project's
35th anniversary. This year's theme is "weaving the Stories of Women's
Lives", which presents the opportunity to weave women's stories into the
fabric of our nation's history. The National Women's Project was founded in Santa
Rosa, California to broadcast women's historical achievements. Each year they
chose some women to honor and this year they selected nine women who have
contributed to the work of "writing women back into history". Their website
includes brief bios not only of the 2015 honorees but past honorees.

Their website is located at: http://www.nwhp.org/

The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee is also celebrating
International Women's Day on March 8 by focusing on four remarkable women:
http://www.jdc.org/international-womens-day/

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen (US) March is National Women's History Month #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

In 1981 the US Congress passed PL 97-28 authorizing the President to
proclaim the week of March 8, 1982 as Women's History Week. This continued
for the next five years. In 1987 being petitioned by the National Women's
History Project, Congress passed PL 100-9 which designated the month of
March as Women's History Month. Since 1995 each American president has
signed proclamations designating March as Women's History Month. To read
more about the history see: http://womenshistorymonth.gov/about.html

March, 2015 National Women's History Month-is the National History Project's
35th anniversary. This year's theme is "weaving the Stories of Women's
Lives", which presents the opportunity to weave women's stories into the
fabric of our nation's history. The National Women's Project was founded in Santa
Rosa, California to broadcast women's historical achievements. Each year they
chose some women to honor and this year they selected nine women who have
contributed to the work of "writing women back into history". Their website
includes brief bios not only of the 2015 honorees but past honorees.

Their website is located at: http://www.nwhp.org/

The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee is also celebrating
International Women's Day on March 8 by focusing on four remarkable women:
http://www.jdc.org/international-womens-day/

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Decedents of Herman Lefkowitz #hungary

Errol Schneegurt
 

Looking for decedents of Herman and Esther (Eszter) Lefkovitz. I am doing
research into the Glattstein family >from Hungary/Slovakia. My research
centers around Bernat Glattstein (Gladstone) who came to America in 1902 form
Siroka Hungary/Slovakia. He was sponsored by his brother-in-law Herman
Lefkowitz. This would make Esther, Herman's wife, Bernat's sister.
I have little or no knowledge of him other than he is my wifeâ??s
grandfather, had red hair and was a religious person and fathered her mother at an
old age.
Was hoping that there is some descendent of the Lefkovitz's (Lefkowitz)
that might have some information in particularly a family picture that could
possibly have a photo of Bernat Glattstein (Gladstone).
Thanks
Errol Schneegurt NY eslviv@aol.com


Hungary SIG #Hungary Decedents of Herman Lefkowitz #hungary

Errol Schneegurt
 

Looking for decedents of Herman and Esther (Eszter) Lefkovitz. I am doing
research into the Glattstein family >from Hungary/Slovakia. My research
centers around Bernat Glattstein (Gladstone) who came to America in 1902 form
Siroka Hungary/Slovakia. He was sponsored by his brother-in-law Herman
Lefkowitz. This would make Esther, Herman's wife, Bernat's sister.
I have little or no knowledge of him other than he is my wifeâ??s
grandfather, had red hair and was a religious person and fathered her mother at an
old age.
Was hoping that there is some descendent of the Lefkovitz's (Lefkowitz)
that might have some information in particularly a family picture that could
possibly have a photo of Bernat Glattstein (Gladstone).
Thanks
Errol Schneegurt NY eslviv@aol.com


BASCH from Sapinta (Spinka) #hungary

Moishe Miller
 

Dear Group,

I have recently obtained the tombstone images for my g-g-g-g-gf, Ezra
Yakov BASCH, as well as that of his father, Chaim Eliezer, >from Sapinta
(Spinka), Romania.

Years ago, someone >from the group contacted me about the existence of
their death in the vital records of the town. At the time, as I had no
proof it was the same people, I did not pursue it. Now that I have a
tombstone to verify the records with, I am interested.

If you have this information, please contact me privately. Thank you.

Moishe Miller
Brooklyn, NY
moishe.miller@totalben.com


Hungary SIG #Hungary BASCH from Sapinta (Spinka) #hungary

Moishe Miller
 

Dear Group,

I have recently obtained the tombstone images for my g-g-g-g-gf, Ezra
Yakov BASCH, as well as that of his father, Chaim Eliezer, >from Sapinta
(Spinka), Romania.

Years ago, someone >from the group contacted me about the existence of
their death in the vital records of the town. At the time, as I had no
proof it was the same people, I did not pursue it. Now that I have a
tombstone to verify the records with, I am interested.

If you have this information, please contact me privately. Thank you.

Moishe Miller
Brooklyn, NY
moishe.miller@totalben.com


Viewmate ID38018 - 1875 death record of Czyzewo Osada - again #poland

Judith Diamond
 

Subject: Viewmate ID38018 - 1875 death record of Czyzewo Osada

I have extended the posting on Viewmate ID38018, an 1875 record >from
an LDS film for Czyzewo Osada, in Russian or Polish, as I have not had
any translations.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38018

Could anyone give me a full translation, particularly of all names.
The full list of names on the microfilm is Viewmate #37977.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM37977

Thank you

Judith Diamond, London, UK

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately or on the Viewmate form.


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland Viewmate ID38018 - 1875 death record of Czyzewo Osada - again #poland

Judith Diamond
 

Subject: Viewmate ID38018 - 1875 death record of Czyzewo Osada

I have extended the posting on Viewmate ID38018, an 1875 record >from
an LDS film for Czyzewo Osada, in Russian or Polish, as I have not had
any translations.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38018

Could anyone give me a full translation, particularly of all names.
The full list of names on the microfilm is Viewmate #37977.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM37977

Thank you

Judith Diamond, London, UK

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately or on the Viewmate form.


Russian translations Please #poland

Sarah L Meyer
 

I have posted three Russian Records on Viewmate - all >from the Warsaw
area of Poland. I would appreciate as much information as possible. At
least two of these are marriage records.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM37499

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM37497

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM37493


Thank you very much
Sarah Lee Meyer Christiansen
Georgetown, TX
Searching ANK(I)ER, BIGOS, GELBFISZ, KARMEL(EK), KOPSDORF, PASSENSTEIN,
PERLSTADT,STOKFISZ, SZPILBAUM (Poland)
EDELBERG (Courland and Ukraine), HITE (CHAIT,KHAIT) (Odessa area,
Ukraine),
BIRGARDOVSKY (Odessa area), PERCHIK (Odessa area)

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately or on the Viewmate form.


JRI Poland #Poland Russian translations Please #poland

Sarah L Meyer
 

I have posted three Russian Records on Viewmate - all >from the Warsaw
area of Poland. I would appreciate as much information as possible. At
least two of these are marriage records.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM37499

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM37497

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM37493


Thank you very much
Sarah Lee Meyer Christiansen
Georgetown, TX
Searching ANK(I)ER, BIGOS, GELBFISZ, KARMEL(EK), KOPSDORF, PASSENSTEIN,
PERLSTADT,STOKFISZ, SZPILBAUM (Poland)
EDELBERG (Courland and Ukraine), HITE (CHAIT,KHAIT) (Odessa area,
Ukraine),
BIRGARDOVSKY (Odessa area), PERCHIK (Odessa area)

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately or on the Viewmate form.


Re: INTRO - they Jewish? KLEIN, KRAME, SEIBERT and maybe SEYFORT #germany

Roger Lustig
 

Let me repeat what's been said here at least once: check out Menk's
dictionary of German-Jewish surnames. One can not only see whether a
surname was associated with Jewish families, but also whether Jews lived
in a particular place in the early-to-mid-19thC. A large portion of
German Jewry lived in villages and small towns, to be sure--but most
German villages had no Jewish population.

Another thing to look at is given names. German Christians often gave
their children three or four given names, something rarely found among
Jews. In fact, when looking through the Berlin vital records recently
made available on ancestry.com, I find it easy to pick out the Jewish
ones in my search result: they're the ones with only one given name. And
until fairly late in the 19thC most Jews avoided giving their sons the
names of Christian saints. This is less reliable for daughters, as the
name "Magdalena" would suggest.

As a footnote to this discussion, let me mention that--like Tobias--half
my ancestors came >from Silesia, and--like Claire--one of them was named
Magdalena KLEIN. On the other hand--probably unlike either Claire or
Tobias--all of my ancestors that I know of were Jewish.

Roger Lustig Princeton, NJ USA research coordinator, GerSIG

On 2/18/2015 3:53 PM, Tobias A Kemper kemper@lenz-kemper.de replied to
Claire Hill <ClaireHill2014@Outlook.com>. Claire asked about possible
Jewish ancestry based on a report >from an unnamed DNA testing company.
" Last year my sister, mother and I had our DNA run. My sister and
mother's tests resulted in 2% European Jewish ancestry."

Tobias replied: about DNA tests and ancestry composition:
A result of 2 % of whatever ancestry doesn't say anything. FTDNA
classifies my mother's ancestry as 8 % Jewish - but she hasn't any
Jewish ancestors in the last 300 years. But my mother's family is >from
eastern Germany (Silesia) - where, of course, many Jewish families
lived. So this "Jewish" DNA would better be declared as "somehow
eastern German / eastern European".
Claire said that her ancestral names included KLEIN, KRAME, SEIBERT
and maybe SEYFORT. To that, Tobias replied:
Instead of Krame probably look for Kramer or Krämer. All these names
are typical German names, but not typical Jewish names.


German SIG #Germany Re: INTRO - they Jewish? KLEIN, KRAME, SEIBERT and maybe SEYFORT #germany

Roger Lustig
 

Let me repeat what's been said here at least once: check out Menk's
dictionary of German-Jewish surnames. One can not only see whether a
surname was associated with Jewish families, but also whether Jews lived
in a particular place in the early-to-mid-19thC. A large portion of
German Jewry lived in villages and small towns, to be sure--but most
German villages had no Jewish population.

Another thing to look at is given names. German Christians often gave
their children three or four given names, something rarely found among
Jews. In fact, when looking through the Berlin vital records recently
made available on ancestry.com, I find it easy to pick out the Jewish
ones in my search result: they're the ones with only one given name. And
until fairly late in the 19thC most Jews avoided giving their sons the
names of Christian saints. This is less reliable for daughters, as the
name "Magdalena" would suggest.

As a footnote to this discussion, let me mention that--like Tobias--half
my ancestors came >from Silesia, and--like Claire--one of them was named
Magdalena KLEIN. On the other hand--probably unlike either Claire or
Tobias--all of my ancestors that I know of were Jewish.

Roger Lustig Princeton, NJ USA research coordinator, GerSIG

On 2/18/2015 3:53 PM, Tobias A Kemper kemper@lenz-kemper.de replied to
Claire Hill <ClaireHill2014@Outlook.com>. Claire asked about possible
Jewish ancestry based on a report >from an unnamed DNA testing company.
" Last year my sister, mother and I had our DNA run. My sister and
mother's tests resulted in 2% European Jewish ancestry."

Tobias replied: about DNA tests and ancestry composition:
A result of 2 % of whatever ancestry doesn't say anything. FTDNA
classifies my mother's ancestry as 8 % Jewish - but she hasn't any
Jewish ancestors in the last 300 years. But my mother's family is >from
eastern Germany (Silesia) - where, of course, many Jewish families
lived. So this "Jewish" DNA would better be declared as "somehow
eastern German / eastern European".
Claire said that her ancestral names included KLEIN, KRAME, SEIBERT
and maybe SEYFORT. To that, Tobias replied:
Instead of Krame probably look for Kramer or Krämer. All these names
are typical German names, but not typical Jewish names.


Town Coordinator for Bucharest! #romania

Rosanne Leeson
 

Dear fellow Rom-SIGgers,

As we are acquiring civil records (bmd) >from the Bucharest Archives we
are very much in need of a Town Coordinator for Bucharest, to maintain
the files, sent via Dropbox, >from our researcher there, and to manage
the necessary volunteers to translate, create the Excel spreadsheets,
needed to get this data online.

If you have family >from Bucharest, have good managerial skills, and an
interest in making this valuable data available please do contact me.
In fact we very much need volunteers of all kinds to help us move our
project along!

Help keep us on a roll!

Rosanne Leeson
Co-Coordinator Rom-SIG
Palo Alto, CA USA


Romania SIG #Romania Town Coordinator for Bucharest! #romania

Rosanne Leeson
 

Dear fellow Rom-SIGgers,

As we are acquiring civil records (bmd) >from the Bucharest Archives we
are very much in need of a Town Coordinator for Bucharest, to maintain
the files, sent via Dropbox, >from our researcher there, and to manage
the necessary volunteers to translate, create the Excel spreadsheets,
needed to get this data online.

If you have family >from Bucharest, have good managerial skills, and an
interest in making this valuable data available please do contact me.
In fact we very much need volunteers of all kinds to help us move our
project along!

Help keep us on a roll!

Rosanne Leeson
Co-Coordinator Rom-SIG
Palo Alto, CA USA


Bessarabia/Moldova Cemetery projects - February update #bessarabia

Yefim Kogan
 

Hi everybody,

Here is another update for the Bessarabia Cemetery projects:

Chadyr-Lunga cemetery is completed and index and table were sent to JOWBR
Komrat cemetery - work is done, will send to JOWBR in a week
Kagul cemetery - posted a message to Bessarabia SIG with 31 images of very
hard to read insctiptions... got some responses, waiting for more. Will
complete the project in March
Izmail Cemetery - first reading is done, need to do second reading
Kiliya Cemetery - first reading was done, and I believe now the second
reading in progress
Tiraspol, Dalnee cemetery - readings are done, and now waiting to retake
some photos

Brichani Cemetery - I decided to coordinate the work. There are 2 Russian
translators, and all Russian inscriptions will be taken care of. Need 5-6
Hebrew translators!!
Lipkani Cemetery - work is onhold... need a project leader/coordinator with
Hebrew, and a number of Hebrew translators
Rybnitsa Cemetery - part of the first reading is done, hope be finished in
April

Kishinev Main Jewish Cemetery - we have now a Project Leader for it - Terry
Lasky! That is so important cemetery, and I am very glad that Terry started
to work on it. It has about 16,000-20,000 graves. We started to receive
photos of the graves.
Rezina - two Jewish Cemeteries - the photographing is going to start in
spring

Cemetery of Leovo - there some interest to start this project - need to get
initial donations. If interested, please let me know.
Cemetery in Markuleshty - there was an interest in that cemetery, donations
promised, but we did not get them yet. If interested, please let me know.
Cemetery in Grigoriopol - there was an interest in that cemetery, but need
initial donations to start. Let me know.

If you want to sponsor any other Jewish Cemeteries in Bessarabia (there are
total of 70+ cemeteries), please let me know.

All the best,

Yefim Kogan
Bessarabia SIG Coordinator
Researching KOGAN, SPIVAK, KHAYMOVICH, SRULEVICH, LEVIT in Kaushany,
Bendery, Tarutino, Akkerman, Kiliya - all in Bessarabia, KHAIMOVICH in
Galatz, Romania, KOGAN in Dubossary, Moldova, SRULEVICH in Shanghai, China


Bessarabia SIG #Bessarabia Bessarabia/Moldova Cemetery projects - February update #bessarabia

Yefim Kogan
 

Hi everybody,

Here is another update for the Bessarabia Cemetery projects:

Chadyr-Lunga cemetery is completed and index and table were sent to JOWBR
Komrat cemetery - work is done, will send to JOWBR in a week
Kagul cemetery - posted a message to Bessarabia SIG with 31 images of very
hard to read insctiptions... got some responses, waiting for more. Will
complete the project in March
Izmail Cemetery - first reading is done, need to do second reading
Kiliya Cemetery - first reading was done, and I believe now the second
reading in progress
Tiraspol, Dalnee cemetery - readings are done, and now waiting to retake
some photos

Brichani Cemetery - I decided to coordinate the work. There are 2 Russian
translators, and all Russian inscriptions will be taken care of. Need 5-6
Hebrew translators!!
Lipkani Cemetery - work is onhold... need a project leader/coordinator with
Hebrew, and a number of Hebrew translators
Rybnitsa Cemetery - part of the first reading is done, hope be finished in
April

Kishinev Main Jewish Cemetery - we have now a Project Leader for it - Terry
Lasky! That is so important cemetery, and I am very glad that Terry started
to work on it. It has about 16,000-20,000 graves. We started to receive
photos of the graves.
Rezina - two Jewish Cemeteries - the photographing is going to start in
spring

Cemetery of Leovo - there some interest to start this project - need to get
initial donations. If interested, please let me know.
Cemetery in Markuleshty - there was an interest in that cemetery, donations
promised, but we did not get them yet. If interested, please let me know.
Cemetery in Grigoriopol - there was an interest in that cemetery, but need
initial donations to start. Let me know.

If you want to sponsor any other Jewish Cemeteries in Bessarabia (there are
total of 70+ cemeteries), please let me know.

All the best,

Yefim Kogan
Bessarabia SIG Coordinator
Researching KOGAN, SPIVAK, KHAYMOVICH, SRULEVICH, LEVIT in Kaushany,
Bendery, Tarutino, Akkerman, Kiliya - all in Bessarabia, KHAIMOVICH in
Galatz, Romania, KOGAN in Dubossary, Moldova, SRULEVICH in Shanghai, China


Holly Golightly Was a Nice Jewish Girl: Our Ancestors Reinvented: JGSLA Program, Monday, Feb. 23 at 7:30PM - Skirball Cultural Center #bessarabia

Pamela Weisberger
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Los Angeles invites you to our next
program on how our ancestors re-imagined their lives in extraordinary
ways:

Monday, February 23, 2015 at 7:30PM

Skirball Cultural Center - Magnin Auditorium
2701 N Sepulveda Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90049

"Holly Golightly Was a Nice Jewish Girl: Our Ancestors Reinvented"

Ever wonder if there was more to your family history than meets the eye?

Poor immigrant Jews arriving in Der Goldene Medina (the promised land)
not only shed their old world clothing and shtetl names, but often
completely reinvented their personalities, creating new identities and
obscuring old ones. >from deadbeat, bigamist husbands to sweatshop
maideles transformed into Ziegfeld chorines, explore the trajectories
of these extraordinary lives through genealogical case studies.

Hear the tale of two foster-home Bessarabian beauties, born to a poor
teenager on the lower east side, who rose >from rags to riches to
became muses to a teenage Truman Capote, meeting the real Holly
Golightly along the way! We'll also follow the story of Russian
immigrant fishmonger Avram >from Odessa who got "whacked by the mob" as
gun-runner "Barney Blum" in the noirish 1920s Los Angeles, and Charles
Kaufman born in 1847 Lichtenau, Germany who made his way across the
U.S. to become a mining tycoon in San Francisco, then on to
Australia's Eastern Goldfields, and finally ending up in high society
London, acquiring three citizenships along the way.

Using creative methodology and genealogical travel we'll explore the
twisted roads our ancestors traveled to establish a new life -- or run
out on an old one. Learn investigative techniques for uncovering the
truth about your own amazing (but often hidden) family history.

Speaker: Pamela Weisberger, Program Chair JGSLA

Open to the public. JGSLA members free, guests $5.00.

The JGSLA traveling library will be available starting at 7:00PM.
More info and directions: www.jgsla.org.

Pamela Weisberger
Santa Monica, CA
pweisberger@gmail.com
http://www.jgsla.org


Bessarabia SIG #Bessarabia Holly Golightly Was a Nice Jewish Girl: Our Ancestors Reinvented: JGSLA Program, Monday, Feb. 23 at 7:30PM - Skirball Cultural Center #bessarabia

Pamela Weisberger
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Los Angeles invites you to our next
program on how our ancestors re-imagined their lives in extraordinary
ways:

Monday, February 23, 2015 at 7:30PM

Skirball Cultural Center - Magnin Auditorium
2701 N Sepulveda Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90049

"Holly Golightly Was a Nice Jewish Girl: Our Ancestors Reinvented"

Ever wonder if there was more to your family history than meets the eye?

Poor immigrant Jews arriving in Der Goldene Medina (the promised land)
not only shed their old world clothing and shtetl names, but often
completely reinvented their personalities, creating new identities and
obscuring old ones. >from deadbeat, bigamist husbands to sweatshop
maideles transformed into Ziegfeld chorines, explore the trajectories
of these extraordinary lives through genealogical case studies.

Hear the tale of two foster-home Bessarabian beauties, born to a poor
teenager on the lower east side, who rose >from rags to riches to
became muses to a teenage Truman Capote, meeting the real Holly
Golightly along the way! We'll also follow the story of Russian
immigrant fishmonger Avram >from Odessa who got "whacked by the mob" as
gun-runner "Barney Blum" in the noirish 1920s Los Angeles, and Charles
Kaufman born in 1847 Lichtenau, Germany who made his way across the
U.S. to become a mining tycoon in San Francisco, then on to
Australia's Eastern Goldfields, and finally ending up in high society
London, acquiring three citizenships along the way.

Using creative methodology and genealogical travel we'll explore the
twisted roads our ancestors traveled to establish a new life -- or run
out on an old one. Learn investigative techniques for uncovering the
truth about your own amazing (but often hidden) family history.

Speaker: Pamela Weisberger, Program Chair JGSLA

Open to the public. JGSLA members free, guests $5.00.

The JGSLA traveling library will be available starting at 7:00PM.
More info and directions: www.jgsla.org.

Pamela Weisberger
Santa Monica, CA
pweisberger@gmail.com
http://www.jgsla.org

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