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  • Biographical Materials, 1889-2014

    Record ID: B148.02

    Component Level: Series

  • Box 5, 1889-2000

    Record ID: B148.04.0005

    Component Level: File

    Abstract: Folder on United Way (Community Chest) and on Frances Wisebart Jacobs, one of its founders.

  • National Council of Jewish Women, Los Angeles meeting, 1959

    Summary: Saralee Pollack stands behind a speaker's podium at the National Council of Jewish Women, Los Angeles meeting, 1959.

  • National Council of Jewish Women, Los Angeles Meeting

    Summary: Members of the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW), Denver Section attend the 23rd Biennial Convention of the National Council of Jewish Women held in Los Angeles, Calif. in 1959, including from left to right: Myra Levy, an unidentified registrar, Mary Jacobs, Bernice Frieder, an unidentified woman, Faye Schayer, Billie Stein, Marilyn Berenbeim, Saralee Pollock (later Shaper) and an unidentified woman.

  • National Council of Jewish Women, Denver Section, Kosher Picnic at Leadville, Colorado

    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10176/codu:63983

    Summary: A group of men and women in and in front of a horse drawn wagon. Standing in front of the wagon left to right: Mrs. Saidi Lands, Dr. Sol G. Kahn, Sol Garrett, Martha Kafiski, Mrs. Adolph Bair, Miss Sadie American, Mrs. Carrie Mayer, Alfred A. Freedham, and Grace Diamond. On the wagon: unidentified man, Ben Brown (driver), Amelia Friedlander (holding sign), Alfred Huffman, Tillie Kahn, the Mother of Sadie American, the Son of Mrs. Adolph Bair, and Mr. Rosenbush. The group participates in a Jewish picnic at Twin Lakes in Leadville, Colorado. Amelia Freedlander holds a sign that reads, ''This Way Kosher Picnic.'' The word ''Kosher'' is in Hebrew. The Denver Section of the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) hosted the picnic to honor Sadie American who was touring the country to help form new sections of NCJW. The Denver Section was founded in 1893, the same year the national organization was established to promote Jewish education, philanthropy, and social reform. The early group of women worked to offer aid and to Americanize East European immigrants at the turn of the 20th Century.

  • National Council of Jewish Women, Los Angeles meeting, 1959

    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10176/codu:63973

    Summary: Saralee Pollack stands behind a speaker's podium at the National Council of Jewish Women, Los Angeles meeting, 1959.

  • National Council of Jewish Women, Los Angeles meeting, 1959

    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10176/codu:63974

    Summary: Members of the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW), Denver Section attend the 23rd Biennial Convention of the National Council of Jewish Women held in Los Angeles, Calif. in 1959, including from left to right: Myra Levy, an unidentified registrar, Mary Jacobs, Bernice Frieder, an unidentified woman, Faye Schayer, Billie Stein, Marilyn Berenbeim, Saralee Pollock (later Shaper) and an unidentified woman.

  • Pioneer Women

    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10176/codu:63986

    Summary: Eight Jewish women, members of Pioneer Women, pose together. Back row left to right: Lori Shaine, Ann Krieger, Sarah Bernstein, and Celia Silverman. Front row left to right: Dora Shmugar, Beverly Cohn, Helen Wagner, and Joan Lewins.

  • Pioneer Women

    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10176/codu:63984

    Summary: Nine Jewish women, members of Pioneer Women, pose together. Back row left to right: Genevieve Kramer, Anne Krieger, Yetta Kinel, and Dorothy Wilner. Front row left to right: Hannah Lerich, Beverly Cohen, Minette Boxer, Joan Lewins, and Mrs. Fein.

  • Pioneer Women

    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10176/codu:63985

    Summary: Twelve Jewish women, members of Pioneer Women, pose together. Back row left to right: Ann Nathenson, Belle Marcus, Dora Shmugar, Lori Shaine, Celia Silverman, and Sara Bernstein. Front row left to right: Blanche Schiff, Ruth Sperling, Rose Steinberg, Bess Glass, Rosalie Brenman, and Judy Goldstein.