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National Asthma Center (U.S.)

 Organization

Began as the Denver Sheltering Home in 1907; 1907-1927--Denver Sheltering Home for Jewish Children; 1928-1952--National Home for Jewish Children in Denver; 1953-1956--Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children in Denver; 1957-1972--Children’s Asthma Research Institute and Hospital (CARIH);

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Oral History Interview with Charles Milton Schayer, 1978 July 13

 Item
Identifier: B098.10.0009.00001
Overview Topics covered: About half of the interview is family history, biographical information; second half of interview covers experience on the NAC board.

Oral History Interview with Jennie Pells, 1978 August 1

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Identifier: B098.10.0009.00002
Overview Topics covered: About half of the interview is family history, biographical information; second half of interview covers the children’s home, people involved with it, her mother (Sadie Francis) on board of home from 1908-1946 when she died, then Jennie was on the board; conventions.

Oral History Interview with Sam Robinson, 1979 August 13

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Identifier: B098.10.0009.00003
Overview Topics covered: Brief family history, from Robinson farming family; grew up around the home, both parents and grandfather helped the home; came on board in 1934; name changes- Denver Sheltering Home, National Home for Jewish Children, National Asthma Center; functions, activities and anecdotes related to home.

Oral History Interview with Will and Faye Cohen, circa 1978

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Identifier: B098.10.0009.00004
Scope and Contents From the Collection: RMJHS Oral Histories comprises audio and video cassettes of oral history interviews recorded by the Rocky Mountain Jewish Historical Society. The recordings document Jewish history and culture in Colorado in the 19th and 20th century. The men and women interviewed for this collection are descendants of early Jewish pioneers in Colorado or were Jewish newcomers to the region at the beginning of the 20th century. Most of the interviewees were born between 1886 and 1927 and died in the 20th...