Sermons and Notes, bulk: 1932 - 1988
This series contains three boxes of Sermons delivered by Rabbi Manuel Laderman. The sermons were primarily delivered at the Hebrew Educational Alliance in Denver, Colorado, although there are a few sermons that were delivered elsewhere. The sermons were delivered between 1932 and 1988 and cover both religious and historical events and concepts. Historical events include the pre-World War II era, World War II, the establishment of the State of Israel, wars in Israel, the United States civil rights movement, and the Munich Olympics among others. A wide breadth of religious topics exist within the sermons.
- Majority of material found within 1932 - 1988
- Laderman, Manuel, 1909-1989 (Person)
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Biographical / Historical
Manuel Laderman became Rabbi of the Hebrew Educational Alliance (HEA) in Denver, Colorado on October 25, 1932--shortly after his ordination. His tenure as Rabbi at the HEA spanned over half a century until his retirement in 1979, at which point he continued on at the HEA as Rabbi Emeritus. Rabbi Laderman was a highly engaged civic leader, working extensively with eccumenical groups and educational institutions across Denver.
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Scope and Contents
This series contains all of the sermons and notes within this collection. Sermons are arranged by date and notes are arranged in original order or by date if original order cannot be determined.