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  • Entrance to the Matthew B. Rosenhaus Biomedical Research Center

    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10176/codu:54395

    Summary: Entrance to the Matthew B. Rosenhaus Biomedical Research Center.

  • Entrance to the Matthew B. Rosenhaus Biomedical Research Center, circa 1988

    Record ID: U158.03.0047.00091

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: Entrance to the Matthew B. Rosenhaus Biomedical Research Center.

  • Exterior View of Yad Achass (Rumanian Shul)

    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10176/codu:57310

    Summary: Many small synagogues, or shuls, were built in Denver, Colorado's west-side with the East European immigrant Jewish community, including Yad Achass, more commonly known as the Rumansche (Romanian) shul. It was organized in 1903, and its second home, pictured here, was at the corner of King Street and Conejos Place.

  • Exterior View of Yad Achass (Rumanian Shul)

    Summary: Many small synagogues, or shuls, were built in Denver, Colorado's west-side with the East European immigrant Jewish community, including Yad Achass, more commonly known as the Rumansche (Romanian) shul. It was organized in 1903, and its second home, pictured here, was at the corner of King Street and Conejos Place.

  • Exterior View of Yad Achass (Rumanian Shul), 1979

    Record ID: B063.06.0014.00001

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: Many small synagogues, or shuls, were built in Denver, Colorado's west-side with the East European immigrant Jewish community, including Yad Achass, more commonly known as the Rumansche (Romanian) shul. It was organized in 1903, and its second home, pictured here, was at the corner of King Street and Conejos Place.

  • Manual High School

    Summary: Manual High School in Denver, Colorado.

  • Manual High School, Undated

    Record ID: M004.09.0005.0002.00006

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: Manual High School in Denver, Colorado.

  • Beth Israel Hospital and Geriatric Center

    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10176/codu:57329

    Summary: Exterior view of Beth Israel Hospital and Geriatric Center in Denver, Colorado. Beth Israel was founded in 1905 and was located on the west side of Denver at 16th Avenue and Lowell Boulevard. Pictured are the Guldman and Dupler Buildings.

  • Geriatric Center at Beth Israel Hospital

    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10176/codu:57305

    Summary: Exterior view of the Geriatric Center at Beth Israel Hospital in Denver, Colorado at the corner of Sixteenth Avenue and Lowell Boulevard. Beth Israel opened in Denver's west-side community in 1920 as a Jewish old-age home. It added a Jewish-run general hospital in 1923. Sparked by Bella Mintz, it garnered the support of members of Denver's Jewish community from throughout the city. Philanthropists Leopold Guldman, Isadore Rude, and Adolph Kiesler provided especially generous donations. Eventually its geriatric center evolved into Denver's Shalom Park, located today in Aurora, Colorado.

  • Geriatric Center at Beth Israel Hospital, between 1920-1946

    Record ID: B063.03.0011.00065

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: Exterior view of the Geriatric Center at Beth Israel Hospital in Denver, Colorado at the corner of Sixteenth Avenue and Lowell Boulevard. Beth Israel opened in Denver's west-side community in 1920 as a Jewish old-age home. It added a Jewish-run general hospital in 1923. Sparked by Bella Mintz, it garnered the support of members of Denver's Jewish community from throughout the city. Philanthropists Leopold Guldman, Isadore Rude, and Adolph Kiesler provided especially generous donations. Eventually its geriatric center evolved into Denver's Shalom Park, located today in Aurora, Colorado.