Robert E. Loup Jewish Community Center
found: Denver-Boulder Jewish community resource guide, 2000: t.p. (Robert E. Loup Jewish Community Center) p.1 (JCC) (Jewish Community Center)
Found in 55 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Topics covered: Born in Poland, immigrated to US in 1920, first Lamar, CO then Pueblo to be closer to other Jews, came to Denver in 1930; Denver’s West Side and Hebrew Educational Alliance Synagogue activity; first member of JCC, then treasurer and president, growth of Center, camp, talks of other leaders of Center; active in other community groups.
Dates: 1980 May 2
Overview Family came to Denver when her Mother's brother got tuberculosis, early memories growing up in Denver, father was a salesman. Attended DU and belonged to Temple Emanuel. President of NCJW from 1958-1959, membership council and activities as president. Work with JCC.
Dates: 1978 June 2
Oral History Interview with Robert Loup: Allied Jewish Federation and Jewish Community Center, 1979 August 14
Overview Topics covered: Brief background and personal life, joined Federation board in 1971, positions with Federation and particularly the Campaign of 1974, president of Federation, women's division, Jewish education and Russian Resettlement. Jewish Community Center topics: Loup's involvement, history of the center and his JCC presidency.
Dates: 1979 August 14
Overview Topics Covered: Family background and immigrating, growing up in Denver with 8 other siblings, Jewish community, working at the Jewish Community Center, nature of the Center’s work; mentions Isadore Rude, Bloomfield, Guldman, Pisko and many others; camp, loved working at the Center.
Dates: 1979 July 19
Overview First Interview with Gerald Gray- Topics Covered: Family background and growing up in Denver, first West then East; Jewish Community, community leaders and historic events; involvement with Center, served on Board and as president, fund raising, goals and functions; Denver community.