Rose, Maurice, 1899-1945
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
File — Box: B366.01.0001
Scope and Contents Box contains photocopies of newspaper articles pertaining to General Maurice Rose from the Intermountain Jewish News; (1) copy of the Colorado History News from April 1995; (1) copy of the "The First Twenty-Five Years of the General Rose Memorial Hospital 1945-1970" and (1) copy of "Major General Maurice Rose: The Most Decorated Battletank Commander in U.S. Military History." Also contains newspaper from April 3, 1945 announcing General Rose's Death.
File — Box: B366.02.0002
Overview Contains a print of oil painting of General Rose by Misha Podryski that was painted in 1949. The print is on a painter's canvas attached to a wood frame. The original painting was placed in the lobby of General Rose Memorial Hospital. Sometime in the 1970s it was removed and placed in storage. Sometime after 1995, the painting was displayed in the office of the Rose Community Foundation. In 2019, the painting was rededicated and placed in the lobby of Rose Medical Center in honor of Rose...
File — Box: B233.04.0006
Overview (1) Scrapbook compiled by Robert Gamzey, editor of the Jewish News, in 1945 with news clippings from local and national papers all pertaining to the death of General Maurice Rose and one photograph of Rose. Also in the scrapbook is a 1958 study of local Jewish hospitals and a copy of the donation letter from Neil Goldblatt in 2013 donating his grandfather’s scrapbook to Rose Hospital and one photograph of Rose. (1) Scrapbook containing news clippings from local and national papers all...
Overview Folder full of photocopies and articles printed via the internet about Maurice Rose, census records he appears on and historical information on General Rose Memorial Hospital. Also a copy of the Intermountain Jewish News with articles on Rose and one copy of Colorado History Now, published by the Colorado Historical Society with a cover article on General Rose. Three copies of the Rose Hospital brochure "General Maurice Rose: A Profile." "This Man Belongs to American" fundraising booklet, "A...
Overview Maurice Rose was born in 1899 in Middletown, CT to Orthodox Jewish parents. The family moved to Denver, CO when Maurice was three. After graduation from highschool, Maurice Rose enlisted in the United States army when he was 15 and fought under General Pershing. He stayed in the army and attended various military schools. After fighting in North Africa and Sicily, Rose was sent to command forces during the D-Day Normandy invasion as a Brigadier General. During the Battle of the Bulge, the 3rd...
Found in: Special Collections and Archives
Overview Typed letter from JCRS to Mr. Maurice Rose, on August 15th, 1907. The letter informs Mr. Rose that Harry Rose filed an application and will be admitted as soon as there is a vacancy. The letter is not signed, but "Secretary" is typed at the bottom.
Dates: 1907 August 15
Overview Typed letter from JCRS to Mr. Maurice Rose, on August 17th, 1907. The letter informs Mr. Rose that his relative, Harry Rose, was invited to the Sanatorium. The letter is not signed, but "Secretary" is typed at the bottom.
Dates: 1907 August 17
Overview Handwritten letter from Maurice Rose to Dr. C. D. Spivak, on Aug. 2, 1907. The letter informs Dr. Spivak of Harry A. Rose and his condition. The letter is signed Maurice Rose.
Dates: 1907 August 2