Women -- Denver (Colo.) -- Charitable work
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Gertrude Grabowsky Dienst (Mrs. George Dienst) (1887-1969) headed the American Red Cross Production Unit and War Service of the Denver Turner's Auxiliary for the Denver Federation of Federated Women's Clubs. She organized the auxiliary to send relief packages overseas during World War II.The papers include letters from civilians living in postwar Germany to the American Red Cross Production Unit and War Service of the Denver Turner's Auxiliary asking for assistance. The collection...
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 Topics covered: Lifelong career with the auxiliaries of JCRS and later at the AMC Research Center and Hospital.
Dates: 1980 October 15
Overview The University of Denver Women's Coalition was founded in 1997 and is comprised of various women's groups across campus. The collection consists of the records of the Coalition and its member groups including meeting minutes and agendas, documentation, reports, historical papers, and other documents.
Dates: 1997 - Present