General Rose Memorial Hospital
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Benjamin M. Blumberg (1911-1978) was in the newspaper business and was a reporter or editor for a number of Colorado newspapers, many of which focused on Colorado's Jewish community. Blumberg held leadership positions with many Jewish community organizations, including Allied Jewish Community Council, B'nai B'rith Lodge #171 in Denver, and the Jewish Youth Council in Denver. He was the first administrator of General Rose Hospital in Denver, and he was also employed with Massachusetts Mutual...
File — Box: B233.04.0006
Overview (1) Scrapbook compiled by Robert Gamzey, editor of the Jewish News, in 1945 with news clippings from local and national papers all pertaining to the death of General Maurice Rose and one photograph of Rose. Also in the scrapbook is a 1958 study of local Jewish hospitals and a copy of the donation letter from Neil Goldblatt in 2013 donating his grandfather’s scrapbook to Rose Hospital and one photograph of Rose. (1) Scrapbook containing news clippings from local and national papers all...
Overview The front entrance of General Rose Memorial Hospital in Denver, Colorado. A nurse is pushing a patient in a wheelchair into the front door which is being held open by an unidentified man.
Dates: between 1940-1960
Overview The front entrance of Rose Memorial Hospital in Denver, Colorado. Nurse Opal Farnsworth is pushing a male patient in a wheelchair into the front entrance.
Dates: between 1940-1960
Overview An unidentified nurse taking the blood pressure of a patient. The patient has a thermometer in her mouth and is holding her sleeve up to assist the nurse. This photograph was taken at General Rose Memorial Hospital in Denver, Colorado.
Dates: between 1960-1990
Overview General Rose Memorial Hospital was founded in 1945. The hospital was named for General Maurice Rose, a Denver native, who had been killed in action the same year. General Rose was the highest ranking American officer killed in action in Europe and also the highest ranking Jewish officer in the Army. The hospital was intended to “serve the need of every creed.”The records highlight fundraising related to the hospital foundation through photographs, programs and other event...
Overview Soldiers who were patients at Fitzsimmons Army Hospital with Mrs. Rose, mother of General Maurice Rose. The portrait was taken in December 1950 at an annual General Rose Hospital Dinner. Pictured from left to right are Tom Fitzgerald, Leyden Chiles Wickersham, Frank G. Girgen Jr., James A. Porter and Lawrence A. Snyder.
Dates: 1950 December