Independent Order of B'nai B'rith
Later name (adopted sometime between 1924-1930?): B'nai B'rith Found: B'nai B'rith magazine, Oct. 1924: p. 1. (Independant Order of B'nai B'rith, 1228 Union Trust Bldg., Chicago, Ill.) Oct. 1930, p. 1 (B'nai B'rith)
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Certificate from B'nai B'rith in appreciation to Milton Anfenger for more than a half-century of service. The certificate was done in Washington, D. C. and was signed by the President and Secretary of B'nai B'rith. Milton Louis Anfenger served as president of the Denver Lodge No. 171 and as president and treasurer of B'nai B'rith Grand Lodge No. 2. Milton Anfenger was also a Colorado state senator and an attorney.
File — Box: B207.01.0001
Overview (1) book- ''Paving the Way: The Life of Morris E. Adelstein'' 2005; (2) magazines: ''The National Jewish Monthly'' 1944 and 1945
File — Box: B170.01.0001
Overview The first Jewish families arrived in Las Vegas, New Mexico in 1878 and Congregation Monefiore was formed in 1884. J. E. Rosenwald Lodge, No. 545, I.O.B.B was organized in 1902, the second B'nai B'rith Chapter in New Mexico. Contains two ledgers with Minutes (1902-1970), and two ledgers with financial information, including dues payments by members (1902-1980).
File — Box: B009.07.0094
Overview Objects related to B'nai B'rith bowling association: Bowling ball and bag, shoes, trophy and 2018 program.
Overview Charles Rosenbaum was part of the professional law firm, Isaacson Rosenbaum, founded in 1960 and specializing in property law. Charles was active in the B’nai B’rith and the Allied Jewish Federation. He married Louise Michael Anfenger and they had two children: Stanton Rosenbaum and Louann (Rosenbaum) Miller. Collection contains speeches/addresses given by Charles Rosenbaum 1938-1960 and citizenship manuals written by Charles Rosenbaum for the B'nai B'rith Americanization Committee from 1929...
Overview Group of men and women standing in front of a large wood fence. Milton Anfenger is eighth from the right in the front. He is standing sideways and is smoking a cigar. The photograph is on page 172 of Milton Anfenger's scrapbook. He belonged to a number of organizations, including B'nai B'rith and the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. Milton Anfenger was also a Colorado state senator and an attorney.
Overview Typed letter from C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado to Dr. J.B. Fish in Edgewater, Colorado requesting the secretary's name and address at both the Independent Order of Odd Fellows and the Independent Order of Bnai Brith to notify them their member, Mr. Max Glick, has been admitted to the Sanatorium. Letter is unsigned but "Secretary" is typed at the bottom.
Overview Second application for addmittance to JCRS in Denver, Colorado filled out in black ink for Max Glick amd dated October 11, 1909. Information on the form includes his sex, age, birth place, occupation, residence, marital status, children's ages, societies or lodges belonged to, nearest relatives and is signed by Max Glick. In the "Beneficial Societies or Lodges" section "Independent Order of Odd Fellows" and "Independent Order of Bnai Brith" are listed. Nearest relatives are listed as "Harry...
Overview Topics covered: Tillye Levey describes the project; Noah a Denver native, talks about JCRS beginnings and history, he was president in 1954 and didn't want to close after it was no longer needed as a TB center so shifted to cancer research; talks about hospital research, the shopping center, commercialized the land after they got rid of the farm; talks a lot about fund raising; differences and competition between JCRS and NJH. Second half on Interview focuses on the B’nai B’rith, camps, social...