The Benjamin Dreyfus & Co. Winery. Anaheim, California. ca. 1884. Courtesy of the Anaheim Public Library.
The Benjamin Dreyfus & Co. Winery was built in the 1870s. Located on East Center Street (now Lincoln Avenue), the property included winery buildings, kegs, and wine vats. Twelve figures standing in background, two at far left identified as Richard Krebs Sr. and Herman Krebs.
"Rabbi Boucher Heads Jewish People Here" Santa Ana Daily Register, January 8, 1920.
The first official Jewish religious service in Orange County was on “The Power of Vision,” and the article includes a schedule for ongoing religious services.
"Santa Ana Jewish Community to Organize: Jacob H. Boucher Will Lead Congregation and Open Religious School." The B’nai B’rith Messenger. December 19, 1919. Courtesy of The National Library of Israel & Tel Aviv University.
Establishing a religious community included plans for a religious school for Jewish education.
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