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Blue Jeans: A San Francisco Story
In 1873, dry goods salesman and Jewish immigrant Levi Strauss obtained a U.S. patent for the process of putting rivets in men’s work pants for the very first time creating what we know today as the blue jean, a staple of iconic American style.
Learn the history of Jewish San Francisco as told through this local phenomenon that impacted culture on a global scale. This program is based on this Contemporary Jewish Museum exhibit: https://thecjm.org/learn_resources/522.
Presenters: Sigal Kletter and Efrat Peled Engel, docents with the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco.
This program will be presented on Zoom. Click here to register.
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