Intermountain Jewish News
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Advertisement for the grand opening of the Yiddish theater at the Palm Theatre, 3116 W. Colfax Avenue in Denver, Colorado that appeared in the Denver Jewish News. The opening night performance was The Price of Love on September 12, 1923. The Jewish Theatre was established by the Jewish Theatrical Company, organized by the Josephson family. The Jewish Theatrical Company operated from 1922 to 1926.
Overview Advertisement for the Yiddish theater at the Palm Theatre that appeared in the Denver Jewish News. The theater was located at 3116 West Colfax Avenue in Denver, Colorado. The main drama was ''The Second Wife'' on December 25, 1923. The Jewish Theatre was established by the Jewish Theatrical Company, organized by the Josephson family. The Jewish Theatrical Company operated from 1922 to 1926.
Overview The Intermountain Jewish News (IJN) is a weekly newspaper serving the Denver-Boulder communities and the greater Rocky Mountain Jewish community (Colorado, New Mexico, Wyoming, Utah, and Montana). The newspaper was founded in 1913 and had a series of editors before being taken over by Robert Gamzey and Max Goldberg in 1943. Since then the newspaper has been owned and operated by the Goldberg family. Max Goldberg served as publisher from 1943-1972 and Miriam Harris Goldberg served as editor and...
Overview File contains newspaper clippings about Jewish Denver life in general from 1902-1985. Most are from the 1970s and 1980s. Subjects include urban renewal, small town Jewish life, Jewish community in Denver, etc.
Overview File contains an Intermountain Jewish News article titled "Joe Silver is better than Gold", and two programs from the March 15, 2018 event honoring Joe Silver.
Overview Copy of a page from the Intermountain Jewish News featuring a collage of photographs from Max Goldberg's personal and professional life. Photos include Max and Mariam Goldberg's wedding portrait, Max shaking hands with President John F. Kennedy, Max standing with Robert Kennedy, Max holding a sheriff's badge, Max posed with President Dwight Eisenhower, Max posed with President Gerald Ford, Max shaking hands with Danny Kaye, and shaking hands with Max Baer.
Overview "Miriam Goldberg (née Harris) details the history of her family, beginning with her maternal great-grandparents, Louis and Bertha (née Joseph) Cohn, German immigrants in the late 1840s. Specifics of her grandmother's family, and mother and father's family, are also included, as well as a discussion of her four children. She recounts growing up in Denver, Colo. in a Jewish family, and comments on the division between Denver's East Side and West Side Jewish communities. She talks about Temple...