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Samuel David Leidesdorf Accountant and Philanthropist 1881 - 1968 By Gary Mitchell Palgon
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Letters and documents from throughout the life of accountant and philanthropist, Samuel David Leidesdorf. Included are personal letters from US Presidents, leaders of Israel, Rockefellers, and many... More > notable organizations throughout the United States.< Less
The Jewish Cemetery of Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Poland By Gary Palgon
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The Jewish Cemetery of Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Poland. Includes index with photographs, transcriptions and translations of gravestones.
Samuel David Leidesdorf Accountant and Philanthropist 1881 - 1968 By Gary Mitchell Palgon
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Letters and documents from throughout the life of accountant and philanthropist, Samuel David Leidesdorf. Included are personal letters from US Presidents, leaders of Israel, Rockefellers, and many... More > notable organizations throughout the United States.< Less
The Jewish Cemetery of Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Poland By Gary Palgon
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The Jewish Cemetery of Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Poland. Includes index with photographs, transcriptions and translations of gravestones.
William Alexander Leidesdorff: First Black Millionaire By Gary Palgon
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William Alexander Leidesdorff is probably one of the best-kept secrets in the pioneering of the West and the creation of the State of California. Born out of wedlock in St. Croix, Danish West Indies... More > in 1810 to a Jewish Danish sugar planter and a black plantation worker, he went on to become the first Black millionaire when gold was found on his property shortly before he died in 1848.< Less
William Alexander Leidesdorff - First Black Millionaire, American Consul and California Pioneer By Gary Palgon
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William Alexander Leidesdorff is probably one of the best-kept secrets in the pioneering of the West and the creation of the State of California. Born out of wedlock in St. Croix, Danish West Indies... More > in 1810 to a Jewish Danish sugar planter and a black plantation worker, he went on to become the first Black millionaire when gold was found on his property shortly before he died in 1848.< Less