Heller, Max, 1915-
Max Heller wrote a booklet on the Heller Family and compiled family trees for the Heller and Tajerstein-Auger families. He was born 1915 in the easter Polish town of Wlodzimierz-Wolynsk also know as Ludmir.
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File — Box: B162.01.0001
Overview Max Heller wrote a booklet on the Heller Family and compiled family trees for the Heller and Tajerstein-Auger families. He was born 1915 in the eastern Polish town of Wlodzimierz-Wolynsk also know as Ludmir. Collection contains family histories, family trees photographs related to the Heller family. Collection also contains photo albums from various schools, including Cheltenham, Lake Junior High, the Talmud Torah, and the Colfax school which were attended by Minnie Heller, Max Heller, and...
Overview Handwritten letter in ink from Max Heller in New Orleans, Louisiana, to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, requesting to admit Sol Rabinowitz into the JCRS Sanatorium. Rabinowitz was a patient at the National Hospital and looked like he was getting better but has taken a fast turn for the worse. Letter is signed in ink "Max Heller".
Overview Goldie Mabowitz Meir ran away from her home in Milwaukee in 1913 to live with her sister Sheyna Korngold and to attend high school. Golda Meir was a student at North Side High School for two years from 1913-1914. The file contains a copy of a transcript for ninth and tenth grades for Goldie Mabowitz, a short history by Max A. Heller, an article on "Golda in Denver", and a program from a benefit for a scholorship fund and The Golda Meir House on the Auraria Campus. Gold Meir's niece Judith...
Overview Contains Lake Jr. High School 1931 yearbook; and an invitation and Graduation Exercises of North High School (June 9, 1934) and 1934 Class Day program listing Max Heller as the Assistant Director of the class play "Leave it to Psmith." Also contains 50th Anniversary Celebration of the Arrow Club, 1934-1984 from August 2, 1984.
Overview This series contains school photographs, graduation programs and photographs from various junior and high schools in Denver. It also includes a 50th Anniversary program for "The Arrow Club, 1934-1984".) The Arrow Club was formed by West Side Denver Jewish boys in 1934.