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Blumberg, Benjamin M., 1911-1978


Newspaperman; b. Feb 15, 1911, d. Feb. 19, 1978; graduate of Cheltenham School (Denver, Colo.), North High School (Denver Colo.) and the University of Denver.

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

Box 8, circa 1970

 File — Box: B121.02.0008
Identifier: B121.02.0008
Abstract (31) file folders include: B'nai B'rith ''Menorah Page''; Intermountain Jewish News; editor's files.
Dates: circa 1970

Box 10, 1911-1978

 File — Box: B121.02.0010
Identifier: B121.02.0010
Abstract (20) file folders include: different newspapers collected or edited by Ben Blumberg.
Dates: 1911-1978

Box 11, 1974-1974

 File — Box: B121.02.0011
Identifier: B121.02.0011
Abstract (21) file folders include: Intermountain Jewish News.
Dates: 1974-1974

Box 13, 1948-1962

 File — Box: B121.07.0013
Identifier: B121.07.0013
Abstract (15) file folders include: B'nai B'rith Hillel Council
Dates: 1948-1962

Box 14, 1964-1972

 File — Box: B121.07.0014
Identifier: B121.07.0014
Abstract (20) file folders include: B'nai B'rith Hillel Council.
Dates: 1964-1972

Box 17, 1934-1935

 File — Box: B121.02.0017
Identifier: B121.02.0017
Abstract bound copy of issues of the West End Press (1934) and single issue of Jewish News newspaper (1973).
Dates: 1934-1935

Box 18, 1929-1930

 File — Box: B121.02.0018
Identifier: B121.02.0018
Abstract Denver Clarion, Vol. 34, 1929-1930, Ben M. Blumberg, Editor.
Dates: 1929-1930

Box 19, 1934-1935

 File — Box: B121.02.0019
Identifier: B121.02.0019
Abstract West End Press - 1935- loose editions.
Dates: 1934-1935

Memorandum of Sam Silverman by Ben Blumberg, 1940 November 27

Identifier: B002.01.0100.0063.00002
Abstract Typed memorandum in regards to a Sam Silverman written by Ben M. Blumber, Director of Social Service. It states that a former patient of the JCRS, Sam Silverman, who is now 66 years old came into the office hoping that a letter would help with lowering a license fee for his business. Silverman had wrong information about he licenscing fee and thinking that the Social Services could or would write him a letter, that is against their policy. The last sentence reads "he was obviously disappointed...
Dates: 1940 November 27