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California Genealogy and History Archives

Sacramento County



A native son of California, S. J. Lubin was born in Sacramento in 1876 and there attended the public schools, graduating from high school in 1895 and in 1903 he obtained the degree of A. B. from Harvard University. He then engaged in college settlement work, his field of action being principally in New York and Boston, and in 1906 he returned to Sacramento, and he is now serving as a member of the board of directors of Weinstock, Lubin & Co., and also as secretary of the same. He served from the first of January, 1911, to the first of July, that year, as a member of the Board of Education. On August 20, 1912, he was appointed by Governor Johnson a member of the State Immigration Commission.

Mr. Lubin married in New York City Miss Rebecca Cohen, who was born in Moscow, Russia, and was reared and educated in New York City. They are the parents of two children, David, Jr., and Ruth.


History of Sacramento County, California
Biographical Sketches of The Leading Men and Women of the County Who Have Been Identified With Its Growth and Development from the Early Days to the Present
History By: William L. Willis
Historic Record Company, Los Angeles, California (1913)

Transcribed by Peggy Hooper 2011