Summary: Ben Blumberg and Sidney Jacobs, dressed in suits, stand on either side of a truck loaded with packages for B'nai B'rith servicemen during World War II. Ben Blumberg and Sydney Jacobs were leaders in the Denver chapter of B'nai B'rith. The truck is from Tom's Express, a moving company and is parked in front of an inn.
Summary: A group of people pose together in a hotel hallway. They all wear ribbons that say committee and sit in front of a sign that says ''Welcome National Federation of Telephone Workers.''
Summary: Three large trucks loaded with furniture and unidentified men, women, and children drive up to a row of apartments. Children walk beside the trucks.
Summary: Several unidentified individuals stand outside a row of rounded metal buildings with windows. Three young women stand in the foreground to the right, a woman holds a baby beside a group of men to the left beside a jeep two large groups of people stand in the background, and two small children stand alone in the background.
Summary: Several unidentified men and women sit in a large room, as the audience, during an Allied Jewish Federation event.
Summary: Left to right Lewis M. Weinstein, Wesler Miller, and an unidentified man pose together. Wesler Miller and the unidentified man are shaking hands.
Summary: Three unidentified men, members of the Allied Jewish Federation, stand around Governor John A. Love as he signs a document.
Summary: Denver builders, leaders in the Allied Jewish Federation, pose together. Front row left to right David Weiss, Bob Adell, Stan Morris, and Ernie Madison and back row left to right Hyman Boxer, Jay Goldberg, Frank Schneider, Leon Brin, Al Vihon, and Len Frankenthal.
Summary: A group of unidentified men and women sit and stand in a field in front of a tree. The men in front hold a sign with the year 1916 written on it along with several Hebrew phrases and two stars of David.
Summary: Left to right Governor Daniel Thornton, Rabbi Charles Kauvar, Jesse Shwayder, Adolph Kiesler, and an unidentified man pose together.