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Beth Israel Hospital (Denver, Colo.)

 Organization

Located at 17th Avenue/Lowell Street, Denver.

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Beth Israel Dinner, 1959 March 01

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Identifier: B063.03.0011.00067
Abstract Sam Levenson, Adolf Kiesler, Rabbi Charles Kauvar and his wife seated at the Beth Israel Dinner on March 1, 1959. Beth Israel Hospital and Geriatric Center was founded in 1905 and was located on the west side of Denver at 16th and Lowell. Pictured are the Guldman and Dupler Buildings.
Dates: 1959 March 01

Beth Israel Hospital and Geriatric Center, between 1920-1946

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Identifier: B063.03.0011.00066
Abstract Exterior view of Beth Israel Hospital and Geriatric Center in Denver, Colorado. Beth Israel was founded in 1905 and was located on the west side of Denver at 16th Avenue and Lowell Boulevard. Pictured are the Guldman and Dupler Buildings.
Dates: between 1920-1946

Donor Wall at Beth Israel Hospital, after 1966

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Identifier: B063.03.0003.00008
Abstract Donor wall at Beth Israel Hospital in Denver, Colorado. A portrait of Dr. Adolph Kiesler is hung in the center of the wall and there are columns of the names of donors flanking the portrait on either side.
Dates: after 1966

Haskell Cohen, 1964 August 24

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Identifier: B111.02.0002.0011
Abstract Dr. Haskell M. Cohen (1875-1964) was considered a pioneer in Colorado medicine and surgery. After receiving his primary degree from an adjunct college of Columbia Universityin 1899, Cohen went to Vienna and Berlin for advanced medical study, and stayed there from 1904-1911 when he returned to Denver. Cohen was Chief of Surgery at Mercy Hosiptal for many years, and was a founder of Beth Israel Hospital. He also sat on the Medical Advisory Board and Board of Trustees at national Jewish Hospital,...
Dates: 1964 August 24

Mottel Cohen, 1945-1947

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Identifier: B111.02.0002.0012
Abstract Mottel Cohen (1832-1947) was a prominent member of the Denver Jewry, and died at the impressive age of 114 years. Cohen was born in Czarist Russia, and fled from persecution to Argentina during the 1890s with his wife and twelve children. In 1898, the family migrated to New York, and moved to Denver soon after that. During his later years, Cohen was a resident of Beth Israel Home for the Aged, and known for his boisterous nature. Cohen was well-known throughout Denver and the larger Jewish...
Dates: 1945-1947

RMJHS Tour, 1982 June 27

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Identifier: B063.04.0020.00024
Abstract View out a bus window Beth Israel Hospital during an RMJHS tour.
Dates: 1982 June 27