Congregation Emanuel (Denver, Colo.)
Established October 11, 1874. This Reform Jewish congregation was officially incorporated as Congregation Emanuel, but it is also referred to as Temple Emanuel in documents and research materials.
Found in 37 Collections and/or Records:
BMH, Temple Emanuel, Misc. Photos, bulk: 1940 - 1961
Folder 1 contains photographs and negatives. Photographs include a Congregation Emanuel cake, a collection of photographs from a Jewish Family and Children Service (JFCS) photo album, and negatives of the JFCS photo album.
Box 11, 1888-1995
Box contains two folders and four cookbooks: 1. Reproduction of the "Fair Cook Book" publilshed by The Ladies of Congregation Emanuel (1888). Hard back reproduction created by Karen Jones from xerox copy in the Beck Archive, 2022; 2. Cook book missing cover and title page, c. 1955. 3. "For Whom We Cook," compliled by Sisterhood of Temple Emanuel, 1957; 4. Two copies of "Some of Our Best Recipes are Jewish," compiled by Sisterhood of Temple Emanuel, 1972.
Box 86, 1987-2011
Contains 6 folders of Minutes (1987-2011), 2 membership reports (1996-2011), and 2 membership lists (1987-1996), 2 staff retreats (1992-2000), 2 Board retreats (1992-2006) and correspondence (1991 and 2000).
Box 89, 1999
Contains framed 1999 CD of music from Congregation Emanuel.
Box 92, circa 1945
Contains an intaglio engraving plate of Nellie Shwayder, probably made of zinc.
Box 94 (Scrapbook), 1897-1936, bulk: 1920-1929
Solomon family scrapbook, Benjamin Solomon most prevalent individual named in the book.
Box 96 (Audio and Film Reels), 1962-1971
10 8mm audio reels with recordings of annual meetings; 4 film reels, one labeled "Camp Pictures 1950" from Camp Schwayder, one marked "Movies of the Teachers Party", and two unmarked.
Civilizing the West: Early Colorado Jews in the Arts, 2011
Brief biographies of Jewish artists, musicians, composers, and conductors in Colorado. Jewish influence on arts in Colorado.
Congregation Emanuel Records
Establishing Jewish Life, Panel 1, 2001
One of 12 exhibit display panels from the exhibit "Blazing the Trail: Denver's Jewish Pioneers." Panel titled "Establishing Jewish Life" features more historical information and includes Congregation Emanuel, Rabbis William Freidman and Charles Kauvar.