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Mendelsberg, Martin



Denver area artists, typographer and professor

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Box 1, 2000-2015

 File — Box B325.01.0001: Series B325.01; Series B325.02 [Barcode: U186020739687]
Identifier: B325.02.0001

Contains copy of news article on Ostrover Choir showing Nathan Mendelsberg and photograph of his son Martin Mendelsberg.

Dates: 2000-2015

Martin Mendelsberg Students' Art Books

Identifier: B354
Abstract The Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design (RMCAD) campus was originally the campus of the Jewish Consumptives’ Relief Society. Former RMCAD professor Martin Mendelsberg designed a graphic design course that challenged his students to consider the power of storytelling through words and images. The subject matter for the project was the thousands of patients records from the JCRS in the Beck Archives. The books are a selection of the student work that was created during the tenure of that...
Dates: between 2004-2013

Mendelsberg and Tempelhof Family Papers

Identifier: B325
Abstract Both Hil and Ida Hecht Tempelhof were natives of Constantine, Poland. They were married in Constantine in 1919. Hil Tempelhof began his long immigration journey while Ida remained with her parents in Poland. It was seven years before the couple was reunited in Juarez, Mexico. Hil Tempelhof went from Poland to Spain to South America. In Buenos Aries he became a much in demand tailor and designer of men’s suits. Evelyn, the eldest of the Tempelhof’s three daughters was born in Juarez, Mexico....
Dates: 1968-2015

RMCAD Art Book Exhibit, 2013

Identifier: B230.02.0007.0012

File folder contains copies of items and information on the RMCAD students who used JCRS patient records to create art books in Martin Mendelsberg's class. Mendelsberg's course challenged students to consider the power of storytelling in words and pictures using primary sources from the Beck Archives.

Dates: 2013

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Archival Object 2
Collection 2
College students 2
Denver (Colo.) 2
Graphic arts 2
Jews 2
Artists' books 1