Beth Joseph Congregation (Denver, Colo.)
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Overview This is a large printed booklet created by the Beth Joseph Congregation for their 50th Anniversary. The booklet contains information about the congregation's history.
File — Box: B115.01.0003
Overview Beth Joseph Congregation (Denver, Colo.) was incorporated in 1921. It named after Joseph Mandel, father-in-law of philanthropist Isadore Rude, who helped the Congregation acquire the Curtis Street Synagogue. In 1987, Beth Joseph joined with Beth HaMedrosh Hagoldol to form the BMH-BJ Congregation. Mt. Sinai Synagogue and Congregation of Cheyenne, Wyoming, was incorporated in 1910 and built the first synagogue in 1915. The current synagogue was dedicated in 1951. A stream that ran through the...
Overview Synagogue on 24th and Curtis St that housed several congregations. Temple Emanuel from 1882-1899, Beth HaMedrosh Hagodol from 1898-1921, and Beth Joseph from 1921- circa 1946.