Gottesfeld, Marion S., 1917-2001
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Black and white photographic image of a group of seven individuals, including Ed Estlow (left), Marion Gottesfeld (center), Joy Burns (third from right), and Daniel J. Ritchie (second from right), in front of an unidentified building renovation. Estimated date 1980s.
Dates: circa 1980-1989
Overview Marion S. Gottesfeld (1917-2001) was a trustee of the University of Denver for 48 years and instrumental in fundraising and development efforts at the University. She helped found the Women's Library Association, the Center for Judaic Studies, and the Lamont Music Associates. She was also involved in a number of civic and charity organizations in Denver. Marion Gottesfeld's papers include correspondence, postcards, itineraries, travel vouchers, travel diaries, schedules, brochures, maps,...
Overview The University Library Association Records consists of the records of the University Library Association, established in 1956 as the Women's Library Association (WLA) to raise funds and acquire book and archival collections for the University of Denver library. Under the early leadership of Marion Gottesfeld (Hurwitz) and Peg Bradford, both University trustees, the organization flourished and quickly became an important source of support for the library. Today, the organization has grown to...
Overview Program for the University of Denver doctoral, graduate and undergraduate commencement ceremony, August 15, 1997. Remarks were given by Marion S. Gottesfeld, Community Leader, University of Denver Trustee, she joined the Board of Trustees in 1953. The closing remarks were given by Daniel L. Ritchie, Chancellor of the University.
Dates: 1997 August 15