Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Use for: Annals
Found in 107 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The George Barany Collection consists of three boxes of publications, research materials, photographs, microfilm, newspaper clippings, and press releases, the majority of which relates to his research on Hungary and Eastern Europe. Also included is biographical information and miscellaneous ephemera from his time at the University of Denver.
Overview Two copies of "The Prevention of Cancer" from 1927, copies of historic photographs, fund raising drive letters, articles and newspapers containing historical information about JCRS and AMC.
Scope and Contents Series 5 consists of five unpublished writings or draft manuscripts containing historical background information about National Council of Jewish Women and its Denver Section, including one piece with a short history of the May Morris Council Home (mid-twentieth century). The series includes a hand-written essay by Aimee Greenbaum, a report by Cheryl G. Kasson, and two drafts of a piece by Marjorie Hornbein (the May Morris piece does not identify its author).
Overview File contains copies of the walking tour of the AMC (formerly JCRS) campus. Tour script includes general historical information as well as information speciific to particular buildings. Maps of the campus are included. Building information includes date built, square footage and current (1997) use. Spivak family tree also in file.
Overview File contains six different written histories of JCRS, AMC and why Jews immigrated to Colorado. File also contains a bibliography from Dr. Jeanne Abrams thesis with used an abundance of JCRS files and a list of Comprehensive Cancer Centers in the US.
Scope and Contents From the Series: Series 2 consists of subject files related to Wallace’s work as executive director of Wallace Village. The files include such topics as administrative files, development, history, technique manuals, publications, speeches, staff training, and self studies regarding the school. Also included are materials related to Henry A. Winters, an early benefactor of the Wallace School.