Schayer, Milton M. (Milton Mincha), 1876-1935
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Bound Volume I of meeting minutes from the Independent Order of B'nai B'rith, Lodge 171, Denver, Colorado. Minutes are from regular and special meetings and include nominations and elections for officers, trustees, and lecture master; appointments of committees; petitions for membership, new member inductions, and degree appointments; financial information; member issues such as travel, illness, or death; philanthropy; communications from other B'nai B'rith lodges; updates of by laws and lodge...
Dates: 1908 October 11-1912 December 22
Abstract Envelope handwritten in ink addressed to Mr. Milton Schayer at the Midlan Savings and Loan Co. in Denver, Colorado, from Joseph Stein in Denver, Colorado. Handwritten in ink, added on a later date, reads "Mr. Schayer, Check of Mrs. Joseph Stein, Request to say Kaddish, $10.00" dated November 6, 1919.
Dates: 1919 November 5
Abstract Several Jewish men, a luncheon group that met daily for lunch at the Edelweiss restaurant on California Street between 16th and 17th streets, pose together in front of the Old Progressive Club. Standing left to right Benny Solomon, an unknown man, Morris Cohn, Arthur Friedman, Milton Schayer, Max Goldbaum, Louie Edelman, Carl Meyer, and Dave Harlem. Sitting left to right Max Schayer, Lee Weil, Mike Baum, Henry Schwartz, and George Harris.
Dates: between 1870-1900
Abstract The Industrial Removal Office (IRO) was created in New York to Americanize Eastern European Jews, find jobs for the immigrants, and relocate them throughout the United States. The Jewish Relief Society and the Independent Order of B'nai B'rith (B'nai B'rith) in Denver worked to resettle the immigrants in Colorado. Lesser Levy and Milton Schayer headed the industrial removal committee of the B'nai B'rith. The collection contains copies of correspondence from the Industrial Removal Office Records...
Scope and Contents File folder includes: photocopy of news clipping and obituary (1935), letter from Denver Liberty Loan Committee (1919), letter from Governor of Colorado to Milton (1931), and a copy of the cover of "What Scientists Think About Religion" by Milton Schayer, 1933.
Abstract Contains correspondence between the Industrial Removal Office in New York and the B'nai B'rith Removal Committee in Denver. Milton M. Schayer was chairman of the committee from 1907 to 1914 when the IRO Committee was disbanded.
Abstract Milton Mincha Schayer (1876-1935) was a Denver, Colorado businessman. Born to German-Jewish parents, he was active in many civic and religious organizations in Denver in the early part of the twentieth century. He wrote a weekly syndicated column titled, "Things to think about," which appeared in a variety of Jewish newspapers around the country.In 1927, Schayer wrote to a number of Nobel Prize-winning scientists, literary figures, university presidents and judges...