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Subject Source: Library of Congress Name Authority File

Found in 120 Collections and/or Records:

Clippings, 1947-1973

Identifier: B436.01.0001.0002

Folder primarily contains articles about Jewish refugees when Great Britain was blocking their immigration to Palenstine.

Dates: 1947-1973

Container 4: Robert Adelstein Photographic Prints, 1967-1970

 File — Drawer B332.02.0004: Series B332.02 [Barcode: U186023281065]
Identifier: B332.02.0004

(3) photographic prints done by Robert Adelstein while in Israel. To photogrpahs of the Temple Mount and one of a woman with her hand against a wall with Hebrew writing who looks to be praying.

Dates: 1967-1970

Container 7: Israel Posters, 1970-1979

 File — Drawer B187.03.0007: Series B187.03 [Barcode: U186023281162]
Identifier: B187.03.0007

Three Jewish political posters.

Dates: 1970-1979

David Silver Certificates and Plaques

Identifier: B334

David Silver was a Holocaust survivor who immigrated to Denver, CO. In Denver he was a very active mason and a Shriner with El Jebel. Collection contains certificates, and plaques related to David Silver from 1957 through 1999.

Dates: 1957-1999

Denver Chapter of Hadassah Records

Identifier: B157

The Denver Chapter of Hadassah was organized in 1915. Hadassah is a Zionist organization that combine the Jewish emphasis on social welfare with the ideology of Zionism. The Denver Chapter continues to support Israel and to promote health awareness, education, and Zionist youth programs. The minutes, programs, publications, and scrapbooks and scrapbooks reflect the history of a Jewish women's organization with programs in Israel and Denver.

Dates: 1916-2015

Denver Council of Pioneer Women Records

Identifier: B142
Abstract Pioneer Women, the Zionist, labor women's organization in the United States was founded in 1925. The group sought to elevate the public profile of the Zionist Pioneer Women's cooperatives in Palestine. The Pioneer Women supported women workers' organizations through American-based philanthropic efforts. The Pioneer Women also emphasized the importance of women in the American Zionist movement and helped the Jewish working-class immigrant, who believed the aims and ideals of socialist...
Dates: Other: 1928-1973

Dr. Allan Hurst, 1951

Identifier: B111.05.0005.0015

Dr. Hurst specialized in tuberculosis at National Jewish Hospital in Denver. In 1950, he was invited by the Workers' Sick Fund (Histadrut) to spend four weeks in Israel studying the problem of tuberculosis. He visited hospitals and clinics throughout the country, studied the immigrant problem, and conferred with groups handling tuberculosis patients.

Dates: 1951

Editorials, Letters to the Editor, 1970-2010

Identifier: B344.02.0001.0003

Folder contains correspondence, editorials and letters to the editor written by Jack Greenwald.

Dates: 1970-2010

Embassy of Israel - Public Materials, 1968-1978

Identifier: B093.01.0002.0010

Public materials related to the Embassy of Israel.

Dates: 1968-1978

Erna Witsches Schmidmayer: A Holocaust Story from Kindertransport to Pioneer in Israel, 2016-09-16

Identifier: B452.01.0001.0003

Oral history interview with Erna Witsches Schmidmayer.

Erna, born in Odessa, Ukraine, discusses her childhood in Danzig, Germany (now Gdansk, Poland); escaping Nazi Germany on the Kindertransport to London, England in 1939; and her immigration to Palestine in 1946.

Dates: 2016-09-16