Rocky Mountain Jewish Historical Society
Found in 333 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Recording of the 4th annual meeting of RMJHS, program was on Jewish composers and included a musical performance.
Dates: 1980 October 21
Overview Promotional Photograph of the Colorado Jewish History: A Guide for Teachers
Dates: circa 1998
Overview The Denver Public Library began the Creating Communities Project in 2008. The library and partners, including the Rocky Mountain Jewish Historical Society (RMJHS), contributed information and digitized images on different Denver neighborhoods. RMJHS contributed images of the West Colfax Jewish neighborhood. In 2012, the project expanded to digitize photographs of individual families. On July 23, 2012, RMJHS and the Denver Public Library had an ice cream social and digitized photographs of the...
Dates: Digitization: 2012
Overview Professor Jonathan D. Sarna speaking during the 2006 Professor John C. Livingston Memorial Lecture in American Jewish History. Professor Sarna's lecture was titled ''The Rise, Fall, and Rebirth of Secular Judaism.'' The lecture was on Monday, February 20th at the Lindsey Auditorium, in Sturm Hall at the University of Denver in 2006.
Dates: 2004 November 16
Overview Portrait of Dr. Stephen Whitfield, Professor of American Studies at Brandeis University. Dr. Whitfield gave a lecture at the Rocky Mountain Jewish Historical Society's Ninth Annual Meeting, held on Sunday, November 10th, 1995. The lecture was titled ''Jews in American Films.''
Overview Early colonist synagogue in Cotopaxi, Colorado.The slide was used as part of the ''To Breathe Free'' slide show presented by the Rocky Mountain Jewish Historical Society (RMJHS).
Dates: between 1970-1990
Overview Recording covers a bus tour of Fort Collins, Colorado by the Rocky Mountain Jewish Historical Society and a discussion about growing up Jewish in Fort Collins.
Dates: 1986 August 1
Overview Rocky Mountain Jewish Historical Society and Ira M. Beck Memorial Archives fourth annual heritage award program.
Overview Frances Wisebart Jacobs stained glass in the Colorado State Capitol building, located in Denver. Frances Wisebart Jacobs has been hailed as ''the mother of all charities'' and is included in the Colorado Hall of Fame. The slide was used as part of the ''To Breathe Free'' slide show presented by RMJHS.
Dates: between 1970-1990
Overview History of the ill-fated Cotopaxi Colony of Jewish immigrants in Colorado. Brief biographies of the families involved and their contribution to Denver and Colorado after they left the colony.