Subject Source: Lcnaf
Found in 408 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Publicity shot of ballerina Aki Haru on point in a practice studio.
Overview Contains black and white photographic prints and contact sheets of University of Denver Chicago alumni.
Overview Anne Levitt Marcus is wearing a coat and standing on steps in front of a brick building. Part of a ''For Sale'' sign can be seen behind her. She was the daughter of Isadore and Yetta Levitt. Portions of the photograph appear to have been colorized.
Overview The Hubbard Street Dance Company performs in Lynne Taylor-Corbett's ''Appearances.''
Overview Portrait of Arpino Gerald, the choreographer and associate director of the Joffrey Ballet.
Overview Harvey Salz, from Brooklyn, New York, played for the DC Truckers in AAU competitions, passing up try-outs with the St. Louis Hawks (now Atlanta Hawks) and the New York Knicks to play for the Truckers during the early 1960s. He also played with the Truckers in a tournement in Ecuador in 1962. Salz also played handball as well.
Overview Ben Lorenz's application for admittance into the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society in Denver, Colorado. He was age 26 when admitted on February 28, 1910. The application also mentions that he was born in New York, but came from Chicago, Illinois where his mother and brother still resided. His occupation was as a clothing cutter. He was also admitted to the Modern Woodmen Sanatorium in Colorado Springs prior to arriving at JCRS in Denver. The verso is a "Report of Medical Examiner" and lists...
Overview Bill from the Postal Telegraph-Cable Company. The bill instructs Spivak to pay .80 cents because the Jewish Aid Society refused payment of the telegraph he sent to them on April 16th, 1910.
Overview A Hubbard Street Dance Company dancer performs in John McFall's ''Bonnie and Clyde.''
Overview Burton Feldman and Mircea Eliade pose for a photo. Mircea Eliade was a Romanian scholar, author, and philosopher. Burton Feldman was a writer, scholar, and Professor at the University of Denver.