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At the beginning of the 20 century large numbers of East European Jews began to migrate to Los Angeles to begin in their turn the ascent to prestige, status, and security.
Jews lost their places in the Blue Book, the local social register, which in 1890 listed 44 Jews, 22 in 1921, and in recent years, no discernible Jews.
Los Angeles was formally dedicated as a pueblo on Sept. Goodman, 24, Germany; Philip Sichel, 28, Germany; Augustine Wasserman, 24, Germany; Felix Bachman, 28, Germany; Joseph Plumer, 24, Germany; and Jacob Frankfort, 40, Germany; all were unmarried and merchants, except for Frankfort who was a tailor.
The majority did not engage in gold mining but opened stores in the small towns and mining camps of northern California.
In 1911 the Jewish Consumptive Relief Association was established and began to build a sanitarium at Duarte for consumptives who came to seek relief; this evolved into today's City of Hope Medical Center.
For the elderly people the Hebrew Sheltering Home was established, to become the Jewish Home for the Aged.
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The Kaspare Cohn Hospital gradually transformed itself into a general hospital.