Martin A. Meyer, American rabbi. member California Commission Charities and Correction, 1911-1920.
Meyer, Martin A. was born on January 15, 1879 in San Francisco, California, United States. Son of Charles and Louisa B. (Silverstein) Meyer.
Bachelor of Arts, University of Cincinnati, 1899. Bachelor of Divinity, Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, 1901. Fellow American School, Jerusalem, 1901-1902.
Doctor of Philosophy, Columbia, 1906.
Rabbi, Albany, New York, 1902-1906, Brooklyn, 1906-1910, Temple Emanu El, San Francisco, January 1, since 1910. Director 1st Hebrew Congregation, Berkeley. Lecturer, University of California, January since 1911.
President Pacific Coast Branch Jewish Chautauqua Society, honorary president Young Men’s Hebrew Association. Member California Commission Charities and Correction, 1911-1920. Chairman N. California branch Jewish Board Welfare Work.
Vice president Jewish Publication Society of America. Etc. Overseas American Red Cross, 1918-1919. Author: History of the City of Gaza, 1906.
Jew and Non-Jew, 1913. Methods of Teaching Post Biblical History and Literature, 1915.
Member California Commission Charities and Correction, 1911-1920.