Jack Greenwald Papers
Jack Greenwald was born June 14, 1928 in Columbus, Ohio, the youngest son of Rabbi Yekusiel Yehudah Greenwald (1888 - 1954). He came to Denver, Colorado in 1946 and received his Bachelor of Science of Law, 1950, and his Juris Doctorate, 1952 from the University of Denver. Professionally, he specialized in the area of mechanic's liens and public work projects claims, is the author of several editions of "Liens and Claims," and served as President of sixteen Jewish organizations. The collection contains: Four Jewish orgainzational award dinner journals honoring Jack Greenwald, going back to 1974; "Letters to the Editor" and articles written by Jack Grenwald; Collection contains correspondence; articles and news stories about him; and materials from his second Bar Mitzvah, including information on his father.
- 1949 - 2012
- Greenwald, Jack (Person)
Language of Materials
.5 Linear Feet (1 legal document box)
Scope and Contents
Biographical / Historical
Jack Greenwald was born June 14, 1928 in Columbus, Ohio, the youngest son of Rabbi Yekusiel Yehudah Greenwald (1888-1954). His parents emigrated from Romania, where his father was a journalist for several newspapers, to Ohio in 1925. His father became the Rabbi of the Beth Jacob Synagogue in Columbus. Jack Greenwald moved to Denver for his health in 1946. He earned a Bachelor of Science of Law from the University of Denver in 1950, a Juris Doctorate (JD) from the DU College of Law in 1952, and was admitted to the Colorado Bar in 1952. He was admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court in 1965. He and his wife Barbara are the parents of a daughter, Debbie Lynn. Jack Greenwald has been very active in the law and the Jewish community in Denver for over 60 years. Professionally, he specialized in the area of mechanic's liens and public work projects claims and is the author of several editions of "Liens and Claims." Jack Greenwald has lectured on Judaism, anti-Semitism, and the State of Israel. He has served as President of sixteen Jewish organizations, including: Beth Joseph Congregation, the Colorado Section of the International Association of Jewish Lawyers and Jurists, the Hillel Academy Day School, the Colorado Zionist Federation, and the Rocky Mountain Jewish Historical Society. He retired from the practice of law in 2003.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
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