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Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital (Denver, Colo.)

 Organization

From NJH website, retrieved 11/27/2018:

"In 1978, the National Asthma Center, previously called the Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital (CARIH, pronounced Car-ee), merged with National Jewish Hospital to create the world's largest inpatient treatment facility for pediatric and adult asthma patients. Researchers at CARIH had made many notable discoveries, including the discovery of Immunoglobulin E (IgE), called the “allergy antibody.” The discovery at last established beyond a doubt that there is a physical basis for asthma."

Found in 227 Collections and/or Records:

Senator Gary Hart at the National Asthma Center, 1977 February 14

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Identifier: B089.12.0020.0012.00001
Overview Colorado Senator Gary Hart stands at a press conference at the National Asthma Center. The National Asthma Center's history began in 1907 as the Denver Sheltering Home for Jewish Children, which was a refuge for lower-income children whose parents were being treated for tuberculosis, or had passed away from tuberculosis. In 1928 the institution changed names to the National Home for Jewish Children in Denver. In 1953, the name changed to the Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children at...
Dates: 1977 February 14

Sets of Twins at the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver, between 1930-1935

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Identifier: B063.03.0011.00087
Overview Three sets of twins seated on a lawn. In the front row are Joey and Esther Karsh, center are Rose and Violet Waterman and flanking the Watermans are Eddie and Sammy Friedman (from left to right). The children were in the care of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver, which later became part of the National Jewish Hospital.
Dates: between 1930-1935

Snacks in the Nursery at the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver, between 1930-1940

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Identifier: B063.03.0011.00088
Overview A group of children seated at a table in the Nursery at the National Home for Jewish Children. Each child has a graham cracker and cup of milk. The child seated third from the left in the back row is Morris Susan. The children were in the care of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver, which later became part of the National Jewish Hospital.
Dates: between 1930-1940

Steve McCree Jumping Over an Object at the National Asthma Center, between 1973-1985

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Identifier: B089.12.0020.0006.00004
Overview Steve McCree jumps over an unidentified object at the National Asthma Center. The National Asthma Center's history began in 1907 as the Denver Sheltering Home for Jewish Children, which was a refuge for lower-income children whose parents were being treated for tuberculosis, or had passed away from tuberculosis. In 1928 the institution changed names to the National Home for Jewish Children in Denver. In 1953, the name changed to the Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children at Denver and the...
Dates: between 1973-1985

Studying Hebrew at the National Jewish Home for Asthmatic Children, after 1945

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Identifier: B063.03.0011.00071
Overview A group of unidentified children studying Hebrew at the National Jewish Home for Asthmatic Children in Denver Colorado.
Dates: after 1945

Three Girls in the Kitchen at the National Jewish Home for Asthmatic Children, between 1947-1950

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Identifier: B063.03.0011.00084
Overview Three girls in a kitchen: from left to right they are Toby Greif, Rachel Kinel (Almo), and Eileen Cohen. Eileen Cohen is washing dishes and the Toby Greif and Rachel Kinel are standing in front of a table of brown paper bags. The girls were in the care of the National Jewish Home for Asthmatic Children in Denver, which later became part of the National Jewish Hospital.
Dates: between 1947-1950

Washroom at the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver, between 1928-1940

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Identifier: B089.12.0020.0028.00002
Overview Interior view of the washroom at the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver. The National Home for Jewish Children at Denver's history began in 1907 as the Denver Sheltering Home for Jewish Children, which was a refuge for lower-income children whose parents were being treated for tuberculosis, or had passed away from tuberculosis. In 1928 the institution changed names to the National Home for Jewish Children in Denver. In 1953, the name changed to the Jewish National Home for Asthmatic...
Dates: between 1928-1940