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Pisko, Seraphine Eppstein, 1861-1942

 Person

Seraphine Pisko was born to Max and Bertha Eppstein of St. Joseph, Mo., and moved with her family to Denver, Colo. in 1875. She married Denver businessman Edward Pisko in 1878 when she was seventeen, and the couple moved to New York. Within a few years he died, and she returned to Denver. She was involved for years with charitable causes, women's and Jewish groups. She was employed as Field Secretary and later Executive Secretary of the National Jewish Hospital for Consumptives, retiring in 1938. At various times, she also served on the hospital's Board as Secretary or Vice President, and after her retirement, as Honorary Secretary until her death.

Found in 50 Collections and/or Records:

Pisko and Grabfelder Correspondence, 1916 January-June

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Identifier: B005.01.0001.0013
Overview Correspondence related to Samuel Grabfelder, President of NJH, and Seraphine Pisko, Secretary of NJH
Dates: 1916 January-June

Pisko Correspondence, 1915 January-June

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Identifier: B005.01.0001.0010
Overview Correspondence related to Seraphine Pisko, Secretary of the National Jewish Hospital for Consumptives
Dates: 1915 January-June

Pisko Correspondence, 1911-1915

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Identifier: B005.01.0001.0011
Overview Correspondence related to Seraphine Pisko, Secretary of the National Jewish Hospital for Consumptives, taken from alphabetical file
Dates: 1911-1915

Pisko Correspondence, 1915 July-December

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Identifier: B005.01.0001.0012
Overview Correspondence related to Seraphine Pisko, Secretary of the National Jewish Hospital for Consumptives
Dates: 1915 July-December

Publicity Releases, 1923-1924

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Identifier: B005.01.0002.0006
Overview publicity releases related to the Pisko file
Dates: 1923-1924

Seraphine Pisko, circa 1940

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Identifier: B063.03.0011.00001
Overview Seraphine Eppstein Pisko sits at a desk at National Jewish Hospital (NJH). She served as the president of the Hebrew Ladies' Benevolent Society (renamed the Jewish Relief Society in 1901) and as president of the Denver Council of Jewish Women. She also helped organize the Denver Jewish Settlement House and a free kindergarten to benefit the Eastern European Jewish immigrants on Denver's west side. Pisko became a fund-raiser for the National Jewish Hospital for Consumptives, and in 1911 she was...
Dates: circa 1940

Seraphine Pisko, circa 1930

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Identifier: B063.08.0008.00074
Overview Seraphine Pisko sits at her desk at National Jewish Hospital.
Dates: circa 1930

Seraphine Pisko 75th Birthday Program, 1936 January 5

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Identifier: B242.02.0001.0002.00002
Overview Program for Seraphine Pisko's seventy-fifth birthday anniversary dinner held by the board of managers of the National Jewish Hospital at Denver. The Dinner was held at the Brown Palace Hotel in Denver, Colorado. Rabbi William S. Friedman was the toastmaster and a number of people spoke on Seraphine Pisko's career. Seraphine Eppstein Pisko (1861-1942) began working at National Jewish Hospital for Consumptives as a field secretary, fund raiser, in 1900. In 1911 she became the executive-secretary...
Dates: 1936 January 5

Seraphine Pisko and Nathan Dauby Correspondence, 1922 July-December

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Identifier: B005.01.0002.0012
Overview Correspondence related to Nathan Dauby and Seraphine Pisko
Dates: 1922 July-December

Seraphine Pisko and Nathan Dauby Correspondence, 1921 July-December

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Identifier: B005.01.0002.0013
Overview Correspondence between Nathan Dauby and Seraphine Pisko
Dates: 1921 July-December