Denver Health (1997-)
Denver General Hospital (1860-1997) became Denver Health in 1997.
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Box 1 , 1932-2019
File — Box B340.01.0001: [Barcode: U186023258321]
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The collection contains personal materials, including biographical information, certificates, correspondence, Hachodesh: Women's Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, and Denver Health Redication of the bas relief of Rabbi Manuel Laderman. It contains materials and histories of the Denver Symphony guild, including files on fundraising, concerts and commitees headed by Bess Laderman. There are materials on Denver's Sister City of Karmiel, which Bess Laderman created...
Denver Health and Hospitals, 1973-1985
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The collection highlights the career of Dr. Abraham J. Kauvar. The collection includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, awards, legal papers from the case of Trimble v. City and County of Denver, audiocassettes, scrapbooks, publications, memorabilia, and photographs. The papers document the professional and personal life of a major figure in Denver's medical community. The collection also contains correspondence with Rabbi Charles E. H. Kauvar (Dr. Kauvar's father), who was a noted...
Denver Health Rededication, February 1998-2019
Abstract In 1994, the Denver General Hospital Trauma Center was dedicated to Rabbi Manual Laderman. The dedication included the creation of a bronze bas-relief portrait of Rabbi Manual Laderman. On February 21, 1998 the portrait was moved to the main lobby of Denver Health (successor to Denver General) and a rededication ceremony occurred in 2019. The folder contains correspondence, newsclippings, copies of photographs, an invitation for 1994 dedication, and speeches by Jonathon Perlmutter and Zev...
Dates: February 1998-2019
John Elsner, M.D. Papers
Abstract Dr. John Elsner was born in Vienna on May 4, 1844 and came to America with his family after the failed Hungarian Revolution in 1948. Elsner graduated from the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary and in 1866 he graduated from the Bellevue Hospital Medical College in New York. He joined a wagon train crossing the plains to Colorado in 1866. Dr. Elsner was Denver's first Jewish physician. He was appointed as county physician in 1870 and was a prime mover in the establishment of Denver's first...