Allied Jewish Federation of Colorado
- Existence: 1946-2013
Found in 130 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Several men and women at a dinner of the Allied Jewish Federation in a large room. Three banners hang behind the head table. One banner reads, ''Fighting Anti Semitism a primary obligation of American Jewry.'' One banner has an image of a man speaking on a telephone and reads, '''I start work today!' Americans ask: 'Is he a good worker?' Not 'What's his race or religion?''' One banner has four images of men in uniform and the image of a sinking warship and reads, ''These immort[remainder of...
Overview Nine women, members of the Allied Jewish Federation, pose together at an Allied event. Front row left to right Mrs. Gerson Radetsky (Jeanne), Mrs. Martin Trotsky (Gloria), Mrs. Noah Fine (Sylvia), Mrs. Harold Pringle (Shirley), and Mrs. Isadore Greenblatt (Rose) and back row left to right Mrs. Marvin Wolf (Mae), Mrs. Sam Mandelbaum (Evelyn), Mrs. H. Harold Friedman (Charlotte), and Mrs. Abe Wolpo.
Overview Ten women, members of the Allied Jewish Federation, pose together at an Allied event at 200 S. Grape St. Front row left to right Mrs. Sidney Schwartz (Florence), Mrs. Bexi Rosenberg, Mrs. Morris Rutland (Juanita), Mrs. Sam Sugarman, Mrs. Ann Iskow and back row left to right Mrs. Herman Berman (Mabel), Mrs. Leonard Litron, Mrs. Marshall Freedman, Mrs. Leonard Silverberg, and an unidentified woman, possibly the hostess.
Overview Nine women, members of the Allied Jewish Federation, pose together at an Allied event at 200 S. Grape St. Front row left to right Mrs. Charles Schayer, Mrs. Louis Duman, Mrs. L. D. Shulman, and Mrs. Ernest Abramson and back row left to right Mrs. Albert Oxman, Mrs. Irwin Wagner, Mrs. Morton Pepper (Radine), Mrs. Sigmund Herzstein (Estelle), and Mrs. Michael Ross (JoAnn).
Overview Six women, members of the Allied Jewish Federation, pose together at an Allied event at 200 S. Grape St. Left to right Mrs. Alan Sigman, Mrs. Saul Davidson, Mrs. Norman Pluss, Mrs. Harold Light, Mrs. Ben Miller, and Mrs. Sydney Grossman.