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Jewish Family and Children's Service. (Denver, CO)

 Organization

The Central Jewish Aid Society of Denver, Colorado, was incorporated in 1923 and became the Jewish Family and Children's Service of Denver in 1954. It became the Jewish Family and Children's Service of Colorado in 1972 and in 1991 became the Jewish Family Service of Colorado.

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Abarbanel-Altberger

 File — Box: B182.01.0001
Identifier: B182.01.0001
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The collection consists of personal case files from 1921 to 1969.
Dates: 1921-1965

Jewish Family and Children's Service of Colorado Case Files

 Collection
Identifier: B182
Overview The Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Colorado (JFCS) was created in response to international, national, and local needs of refugees. In 1947, the Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Denver, Colorado was created when the boards of the Central Jewish Aid Society of Denver, Colorado and the Denver Coordinating Committee for Immigrants of the National Council of Jewish Women merged. Dr. Alfred Neumann, a social worker, became the full-time director. The agency provided services in...
Dates: 1921-1969

Oral History Interview with Dr. Alfred Neumann, 1978 July 19

 Item
Identifier: B098.09.0009.00004
Overview Topics covered: Brief biographical information on Dr. Neumann, social work; working with other organizations; helping refugees, resettlement; services provided and available.
Dates: 1978 July 19

Oral History Interview with Murray Hayutin, 1978 August 3

 Item
Identifier: B098.09.0008.00002
Overview Topics covered: Murray talks about his presidency of the Jewish Family and Children's services, programs they are working on, volunteers.
Dates: 1978 August 3

Ray David, between 1915-1919

 Item
Identifier: B063.08.0039.00006
Overview Ray S. David stands in an outdoor setting in a suit and hat. In 1915, Mrs. Ray S. David was hired as superintendent of the Denver's Jewish Aid Society to supervise relief activities. She was nicknamed ''Little Mother to the Poor'' for her settlement work with East European Jewish immigrants. Ray David was a member of the Woman's Club of Denver, Denver Board of Charities and Corrections as well as the State Board of Pardons, and campaigned for women's suffrage.
Dates: between 1915-1919