Abstract: This collection contains materials intentionally assembled by Beck Archives. Materials relate to past and present Jewish congregations, which were or still are located in Denver, Colorado, or the western United States. Materials are originals or copies of items dating from 1906-2004, including receipts, correspondence, newspaper clippings, newsletters, member and founder lists, event programs, invitations, legal documents, interview transcripts, brochures, slichos, Hebrew Bibles, and historical background information about the institutions.
Abstract: Most of Greeley's early Jews were Orthodox and services were held in private homes until 1925 when Beth Israel Congregation was formed in Greeley, Colorado and houses were rented for services. In 1952 Beth Israel had it's first synagogue when it purchased a former church in 1952 and incorporated in June 1953. Among the leaders of the Congregation were members of the Winograd family. Abe Winograd was Collection contains financial records, correspondence, administrative records, programs, newsclippings and newsletters from the Beth Israel Congregation.
Creator: Wagner, Stanley M.
Creator: Abrams, Jeanne E., 1951-
Abstract: Collection contains correspondence and administrative records from the Center of Judaic Studies from 1975-1988.
Abstract: David J. Nashlsky was born May 25, 1963, in San Francisco, California and later moved with his family to Scottsbluff, Nebraska. He lived for 10 years in Fort Collins, Colorado where he was on the Colorado State University forensic team he attended CSU. He died in Nebraska on June 7, 2008. A skullcap (yarmulke in Yiddish, kipah in Hebrew) consisting of six sections of triangle shaped light blue satin sewn together at the seams with light blue cotton thread. Inside is white cotton lining with writing in gold stamping: ''Bar-Mitzvah of David J. Nashelsky; November 5, 1976; Scottsbluff, Nebraska.''
Creator: Denver Chapter of Hadassah
Abstract: The Denver Chapter of Hadassah was organized in 1915. The Denver Chapter continues to support Israel and to promote health awareness, education, and Zionist youth programs. The minutes, programs, publications, and scrapbooks and scrapbooks reflect the history of a Jewish women's organization with programs in Israel and Denver.