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The Opposition of the National Jewish Hospital, 1915 November

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Identifier: B376.01.0001.00001

Overview

The Jewish Social Service Federation was founded in 1912 and ceased operations in 1916. It was organized as a federation of the Jewish charities and social service agencies of Denver. Garfield A. Berlinsky was head of the Denver Federation, but resigned in 1915. He investigated conditions in Denver for the National Conference of Jewish Charities. National Jewish Hospital and some community members criticized his report and methods. "The Story of the Opposition of the National Jewish Hospital for Consumptives to the Local Jewish Charities of Denver" includes a statement by Garfield Berlinsky and responses to various complaints by the National Jewish Hospital and others.

Dates

  • 1915 November

Creator

Extent

1 items : 1 pamphlet ; 23 x 15 centimeters