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Charles Rosenbaum United Nations Papers

Identifier: B436


Charles Rosenbaum was born in Salem, Massachusetts on April 9, 1901 to Russian Jewish immigrants. The family moved to Denver in 1905, where his father died of tuberculosis. Charles Rosebaum peddled newspapers for the Rocky Mountain News when he was very young. He graduated from the University of Denver College of Law when he was twenty. He was named to the Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration in 1957 and was a delegate to the United Nations in 1960. Charles Rosenbaum was in the session in which Nikita Khruschev banged his shoe angrily on the desk and the Eastern Block of nations walked out of the session. In 1960 he and Lou Isaacson formed the prestigeous law firm Isaacson and Rosenbaum. Charles Rosenbaum married Louise Michael on July 4, 1928. The Rosenbaums had two children, Stanton Rosenbaum and Louann Rosenbaum Miller. Charles Rosenbaum died on July 16, 1973.


  • Other: 1947-1969



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