Register of the Altman (Harold N.) Sacramento History Papers, 1956-1961
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BOX 1: ALTMAN SACRAMENTO HISTORY COLLECTION
1.1: SACRAMENTO TEMPLE B'NAI ISRAEL: JEWISH HISTORY COLLECTION-- CORRESPONDENCE AND MISC., 1952-1965
- Leo Trepp, Rabbi, Santa Rosa to Irving I. Hausman, Rabbi, Sacramento, 1-13
- Morris Goldstein, Rabbi, San Francisco to Irving I.Hausman, Rabbi, Sacramento, 1-15
- David Resnick, Director of Public Relations, New York to Hal Altman, 1-15
- Joseph Gitin, Rabbi, San Jose to Hal Altman, Sacramento,1-26
- Meyer Heller, Rabbi, S F to Hal Altman, Publicity Chairman, Sacramento, 1-29
- Peter Shields, Sacramento to Dalton Feldstein, Sacramento, 1-29
- William Stern, Rabbi, Oakland to Hal Altman, Sacramento,1-31
- Goodwin Knight, Governor, Sacramento to Irving Hausman,Rabbi, Sacramento, 11-17
- John Moss Jr., M.C., Sacramento to Irving Hausman, Rabbi, Sacramento, 11-18
- Eleanor McClatchy to Rabbi Hausman, 11-19
- Rev. Noel Porter, Sacramento to Irving Hausman, Rabbi, Sacramento, 11-19
- B'Nai Israel Temple, Sacramento. Invitation to Cornerstone Laying of The New Temple, 11-22
- Do., Program to above.
- Ralph Taylor, Sacramento to Hal Altman, Sacramento, 11-23
-"Eternal Light Burns in New B'nai Temple." Sacramento Bee (n.d.)
- Do., Newspaper photos.
- "Tree Planting In Israel Will Honor Hausman." Sacramento Bee (n.d.)
- John McAulay, President, Sacramento Council of Churches to Irving Hausman and Members of the Congregation of Temple B'nai Israel, Sacramento, 3-25
- Noel Porter, Reverend, Sacramento to Irving Hausman, Rabbi, Sacramento, 3-26
- Rev. Torrance Phelps, Sacramento to Irving Hausman, Rabbi, Sacramento, 3-26
- Sidney Akselrad, Rabbi, Berkeley to Irving Hausman, Rabbi, Sacramento, 3-30
- Sanford Rosen, Rabbi, San Mateo to Temple B'nai Israel, Sacramento, 3-30
- Meyer Heller, Rabbi, San Francisco to Irving Hausman, Rabbi, Sacramento, 3-31
- Louis Stein, Area Manager, San Francisco to Dalton Feldstein, Sacramento, 3-31
- Rabbi Wolli Kaelter, Representative Union of American Hebrew Congregations, San Francisco to Dalton Feldstein, Sacramento, 4-1
- Rev. David MacMurdo, Sacramento to Irving Hausman, Rabbi, Sacramento, 4-2
- Invitation to attend the dedication servies of the new Temple by Rabbi, officers and Trustees of Temple B'nai Israel, 4-3
- Telegram from Jules and Sophie Goldstein to Rabbi Irving Hausman, 4-4
- Hart Lyon, Sacramento to Dalton Feldstein, Sacramento, 4-5
- Dalton Feldstein, Sacramento to members of the Temple B`Nai Israel, Sacramento, 4-19
- Program for Congregation B`Nai Israel Confirmation Services, Sacramento, 6-6
- "Capital's Progress in 25 Years Amazes Visiting Rabbi." Sacramento Bee (n.d).
- Certificate of Merit awarded to Rabbi Irving Hausman Temple B`Nai Israel by Paul H. Thomas M.D., President of Sacramento County Heart Association (n.d).
- "Early Judaism In State Shown At Fair." The Jewish Community Bulletin, (Sept. 20).
- Carroll D. Hall, Assistant Historian, Sacramento to Hal Altman, Sacramento, 3-10
- Aubrey Neasham, Historian (Division of Beaches and Parks), Sacramento to Dorothy Dozier, Secretary (Historian Landmarks Commission), Sacramento, 5-13
- Letterhead of Methodist Calif./Nevada Historical Society, includes picture of original Methodist church in Sacramento, which became first synagogue on Pacific coast
- Assessors Map site of original Jewish temple, Sacramento (1851) [photocopy]
- Do., 1852 [photocopy]
- Cecilia Werner, Edward Werner, Sacramento to Hal Altman, Sacramento, 6-23
- Dorothy Dozier, Secretary (Historic Landmarks Commission), Sacramento to City Council, City of Sacramento, City Hall, Sacramento, 7-8
- Resolution No. 991. approved by Paul Manby, City Clerk, 7-10
- Harold J. Powers, Lieutenant Governor to Mr. and Mrs. Hal Altman, 10-13
- James B. McKinney, Sacramento to Mr. and Mrs. Hal Altman, Sacramento, 10-14
- Swift Berry, State Senator, Ninth Senatorial District, Amador and El Dorado Counties to Hal Altman, Sacramento, 10-14
- Kneeland H. Lobner, Sacramento to Mr. and Mrs. Hal Altman, Sacramento, 10-14
- Thomas J. MacBride, Assemblyman, Eighth District, Sacramento to Irving Hausman, Rabbi, Sacramento, 10-15
- A.A. Erhart, Senator, 29th Senatorial District, San Luis Obispo County to Mr. and Mrs. Hal Altman, Sacramento, 10-15
- Clarence L. Azevedo, Mayor to Irving Hausman, Rabbi, Sacramento, 10-16
- Goodwin J. Knight, Governor, Sacramento to Mr. and Mrs. Hal Altman, 10-17
- Audrey D. Brown, Chairman (Historic Landmarks Commission), Sacramento to Irving Hausman, Rabbi, Sacramento, 10-17
- Audrey D. Brown, Chairman (Historic Landmarks Commission), Sacramento to Hal Altman, Sacramento, 10-19
- Ted Baggelmann, Sacramento to Irving Hausman, Rabbi, Sacramento, 10-20
- Ernest Van Harlingen to Irving Hausman, Rabbi, Sacramento, 10-20
- Edmund G. Brown, Attorney General, San Francisco to Mr. and Mrs. Hal Altman, Sacramento, 10-20
- John E. Moss, Member of Congress, Washington, D.C. to Hal Altman, 10-21
- Frank S. Christy, Grand Marshal to Hal Altman, Sacramento, 10-22
- George E. Hogan, Deputy Superintendent, Sacramento to Mr. and Mrs. Hal Altman, Sacramento, 10-24
- H. Harold Leavey, Attorney at Law, Sacramento to Hal Altman, Sacramento, 10-29
- Hal Altman, Sacramento to Joseph R. Knowland, Oakland, 11-4
- John Barr Tompkins, Head, Public Services of the Bancroft Library, Berkeley to Hal Altman, Public Relations Consultant, Sacramento, 8-2
- Hal Altman, Public Relations Consultant, Sacramento to John Barr Tomkins, Head, Public Services, Berkeley, 8-6
- Leon L. Loofbourow, Richmond to Hal Altman, Sacramento, 11-20
- "Rabbi Hausman, Bound For SF Post, Cites Strength, Weakness Of Capital." Sacramento Bee, (May 24).
- Sabbath Services program of The Temple Chronicle of Temple Emanu-El; San Francisco (May).
- Sabbath Services program of the Temple Chronicle of Temple Emanu-El; San Francisco (June).
- Television show script, "The Role of the Rabbi" an half hour TV documentary on Rabbi Irving Hausman. Produced and narrated by Spencer Michaels; (June 28).
- "DA To Address Local Masons." Antioch Ledger, (Sept. 29).
- William Tornheim, Chairman (Masonic Education Committee, Antioch Lodge #175), Antioch to Hal Altman, Sacramento, 9-30
-"Gabriel Haines, an old and respected Hebrew citizen...,"Sacramento Bee (5-21-1888) [typescript copy]
-"Folsom -- A campaign has been launched by the Folsom Historical Association to preserve the Cohn Family home in Folsom..."
1.2: SACRAMENTO CITY REDEVELOPMENT AREA: HISTORIC OBJECTS SURVEY, 1955-1957
- Historical buildings in redev. area no. one., listing of houses in Sacramento, compiled by Nance Lee Diggs (Apr. 17).
- Survey of historic objects compiled by the Historic Objects Committee. Sacramento Historic Landmarks Commission: Ted Baggelmann, Chairman, Allen R. Ottley, Frank S. Christy, Miss Caroline Wenzel, Ernest Van Harlingen. (n.d).
1.3: SACRAMENTO HISTORIC LANDMARKS COMMISSION, 1956-1961 [N.B.--This organization will be abbreviated as "SHLC" below]
-"Report of the Comittee on Policy," 4-2
-T.W. Oldham, Chief Depty. City Clk., 9-13
-Frederick A. Wemmer, 12-4
-Frank S. Christy, 3-7
-HA to Harold G. Shutt, Pres. CCHS, 6-22
-"Suggested Program for the Preservation of Old Sacramento," 7-16
-Carol D. Hall, Asst. Historian, Calif. Div. Beaches & Parks to Dorothy J. Dozier, Secty. SHLC, 7-7
-Walter Halset, Chmn. SHLC to ......, 1-29 [form letter]
-Archie Hefner to Walter G. Halset, Chmn. SHLC, 3-5
-H. Harold Leavey to Walter G. Halset, Chmn. SHLC, 3-14
-Robert E. Murphy to Walter G. Halset, Chmn. SHLC, 3-18
-Edwin E. Hughes, Morse Telegraph Club to Mrs. A. E. Morrison, 3-21
-Marcus Gunn, Calif. Western States Life to Walter G. Halset,Chmn. SHLC, 3-22
-James Langdon to Walter G. Halset, Chmn. SHLC, 3-23
-Minutes of Regular Meeting, 10-3
-Petition of Stockton Corral of Westerners to California Highway Commission to spare "Old Sacramento," 2-9 [2 l.; photocopy incomplete]
-Gladys Kinder, Scty. Sacramento Public Health Assoc. to HA, 3-15
-Thos. G. Yerby, Pres. SHLC to Sacto. City Council, 5-31
-"1961-62 Budget--Sacramento Historic Landmarks Commission"
-"Preservation legislation important to Santa Barbara and California," 10-3 [4 l.]
-"Suggested letter to possible sponsors of subjects to be marked as recommended by the Commission," n.d. [6 l.]
-"Information on selection of historic subjects to be marked," [incl. covering note marked "City Clerk's Office, Attn. Mr. Manby" from Dorothy Drake, City Library; 8 l.]
-"Dedication ceremonies" [suggested procedures]
-Society for the Enhancement of Old Sacramento & Environs to SHLC, n.d. [April?] [incl. adv. flyer for organizational fundraiser]
-Audrey Neasham, Historian, State Beaches & Parks. "Procedure for Registering State Historical Landmarks and Obtaining Authorization for State Plaques," n.d.
1.4: CLIPPINGS ON WORK OF SACRAMENTO LANDMARKS COMMISSION, 1957-1961
- "Preservation Of Some Landmarks Will Be Discussed," Sacramento Bee (Jan. 5).
- "Agencies Agree On Effort To Save Historic Buildings," Sacramento Bee (Jan. 8).
- "Eye Museum, Gold Village In West End," The Sacramento Union (Jan. 8).
- "Iron Horses." Sacramento Bee (Apr. 19).
- "Locomotive Give Away Will Mark End Of Steam Era," Sacramento Bee (Apr. 19).
- "Body Acts To Bar Razing Of Landmarks," Sacramento Bee (May 7).
- "49er Village Proposed for West End," The Sacramento Union (May 8).
- "Group Favors West End Historic Buildings Study," Sacramento Bee (May 24).
- "Four Will Attend Historical Parley," Sacramento Bee (June 18).
- "Historical Landmarks," Sacramento Bee (July 11).
- "City Landmarks Unit Again Hits Freeway," SacramentoUnion (Feb. 9).
- "Thieves Take Artifacts On Skid Row," Stockton Record (Nov. 9).
- "Hicks Urges Study Of Yolo Route For Proposed North-South Freeway," Sacramento Bee (Oct. 11).
1.5: HAL ALTMAN: CORRESPONDENCE, 1958-1961 [N.B.--Correspondence is to Hal Altman unless otherwise indicated; Altman's name will be abbreviated "HA"; all correspondence originated in Sacramento unless otherwise indicated]
- HA to Cecilia Andreyzck, 6-9
- HA to Rabbi Jacob, 11-19
- HA to Mr. and Mrs. R.R. Stuart, Stockton, 1-23
- Mary E. Laucher, President's scty., 1-31
- R. Coke Wood, Stockton, 2-15
- HA to R. Coke Wood, Stockton, 2-17
- T.W. McKey, Advertising Manager, 3-1
- HA to George Helmer, Managing Editor, Sacramento Bee, 3-2
- HA, Commissioner, Chairman of the Public Education Committee to Hal White, 3-8
- Expense Account of HA to attend conference, 3-17/18
- Note from HA to "Thos.", 3-20
- H.B. White, Assistant County Executive, Sacramento to HA Commissioner, Chairman of the Public Education Committee, 3-21
- Archibald M. Ull, Jr., 4-10
- HA to Walt Hanna Jr., Gilroy, 5-5
- Michael N. Canlis, Sheriff-Coroner, San Joaquin Co., 5-18
- HA, Chairman, Public Education Comm. to California Highway Commission, 5-23
- HA, Chairman, Public Education Comm. to California Highway Commission, 5-23
- Memo from Audrey Brown (n.d.).
- HA to Audrey Neasham, Historian (Division of Beaches and Parks Department of Natural Resources), 6-9
- HA to Pierre Salinger, Presidential Press Secty., Washington D.C., 7-6
- Rex M. Whitton, Federal Highway Administrator, Washington D.C., 7-6
- Rex M. Whitton, Federal Highway Administrator, Washington D.C., 8-3
- Justin G. Turner, Los Angeles, 8-14
- HA to Justin G. Turner, Los Angeles, 8-15
- John A. Hussey, Regional Historian; San Francisco, (Sept. 18).
- Walter C. Frame, Attorney at Law; Sacrametno to L. Burr Belden, San Bernardino Daily Sun (Nov. 8).
- Robert B. Selby, 11-15
- An impartial report "The Truth About Los Angeles Freeways." [related to above corresp.]
- Walter C. Frame, Attorney at Law to L. Burr Belden, San Bernardino, 10-20
1.6: HAL ALTMAN: CITY COUNCIL CAMPAIGN, 1960-1961
- Campaign Statement of Hal Altman
- Platform: Hal Altman for City Council [incl. biographical information] (n.d).
- Suggestions for filing campaign statements by Everett M. Glenn, City Attorney (Oct. 17).
1.7: MISCELLANEOUS CALIFORNIA HISTORICAL SOCIETIES MATERIALS
- Conference of California Historical Societies Newsletter 4:1 (n.d.)
- Resolution of the Sacramento County Historical Society (Mar. 8)
- Resolution of the Sacramento Book Collectors Club. (Mar. 13).
- Historical Preservation - Historic Sites presented at Conference of California Historical Societies, San Diego by John A. Hussey (June 21).
- Fourth Annual Meeting of the Conference of California Historical Societies; Hoberg's, Lake County (June 26-28).
- Ninth Annual Symposium of Historical Societies of Northern California and Southern Oregon presented by Edwin Gledhill, Santa Barbara (Oct. 1).
- Folsom Historical Society, Folsom to Senator Al Rodda, Sacramento, 1-12
-HA to Eden Motor Lodge, 3-17 [reserving rm. for Calif. Hist. Fdtn. Institute]
- Program; The Seventh Annual Meeting of the Conference of California Historical Societies (June 22-24).
- Walter C. Frame, Attorney at Law, Sacramento to the Members of the Legislative Committee, 12-6
- Walter C. Frame, Chairman Legislative Committee, Sacramento to "Whom It May Concern," 12-6
-Photo of three men and a woman in front of rack of 19th c. rifles w/ business card of Dain J. Domich, Pres. Town & Country Village, Sacto. [b/w 8x10 glossy]
-Invitation by VFW Lieut. Lansdale Post no. 67 to visit dedication of plaque at site of Camp Union, 1861-1862, n.d.
-Frederick G. Dutton, Special Asst. to President to Michael N. Canlis, Sheriff-Coroner, San Joaquin Co., 6-12-61 [incl. env.]
-Flyer published by "Friends of the Buffalo Brewery" urging restoration of said brewery
-"Brief History of the Housing Problems of the Sutro Library, A branch of the California State Library," 7-21-59 [7 l.]