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Jewish Americans: Religion and Identity in the Haas-Lilienthal House
Lehrhaus Founding Director Emeritus Fred Rosenbaum shares his detailed research about the three generations of German-Jewish residents who lived in the elegant and imposing Haas-Lilienthal House (1886-1972). They helped turn San Francisco from a coarse boomtown into a world-class metropolis.
This program is sponsored by San Francisco Heritage.
Thursday, November 9
|Nov 09||6:00 PM–7:30 PM||Thu||Haas-Lilienthal House||Fred Rosenbaum|
2007 Franklin Street
San Francisco, CA 94109
Fred Rosenbaum, founding director of Lehrhaus Judaica, has written four books on Bay Area Jewish history and three books on the Holocaust. He has taught numerous courses on the history of contemporary Israel at Lehrhaus and the University of San Francisco. He has been awarded the S.Y. Agnon Gold Medal for Intellectual Excellence by the Scopus Society of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the Covenant Award for Exceptional Jewish Educators, as well as the Anne and Robert Cowan Writers’ Award for making an exceptional impact on the Bay Area by writing on Jewish themes.