Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:
An ivory-colored birthday card given to Peryle Hayutin Beck from her husband, Ira M. Beck. The front has two pink and yellow roses and a yellow ribbon sewn into the card's surface with gold lettering: ''My Birthday Gift Is A Gift of Love''. Inside the card in black lettering: ''My gift to you is a gift of love, That shall last to the longest day. It won't wear out, and it can't be lost, And it can't be given away'', and ''Ira'' is signed in blue ink.
Box contains material relevant to Valerie Gross Horwitz such as news clippings, photos, letters, holiday cards, birthday cards, report cards, programs, awards, her baby scrapbook, her wedding scrapbook, ID cards, and her wedding invitation suspended in resin.
Large hammered silver loving cup with inscription "Presented to Dr. C. D. Spivak in honor of his 60th anniversary as a token of esteem and affection by David Edelstadt Branch Arbeiter Ring and The Labor Lyceum of Denver Jan. 22nd 1922." Attached to a black base. Apparently a birthday gift to Dr. Spivak.
Contains dedication ceremonies for Congregation Ahavath Sholom, sculpture of Gordon Allott, and sculpture in Rose Hospital given by the Strear family. Also contains prayers for 1966 DU Convocation featuring President Lyndon Baines Johnson, 40th wedding anniversary for Frieda and Israel Toltz, opening of The Southwest Plaza, and for Louis Mallin 90th birthday.
This is a digital container with no associated physical materials. All listed digital materials are available by contacting an archivist at the Beck Archives.
This folder contains 3 books produced by Essie Perlmutter for her husband Jordon Perlmutter on the occasion of his 80th birthday. They are titled: "Jordon Perlmutter: A Tribute to His Meaningful Life Vol 1", "Jordon Perlmutter: A Tribute to His Meaningful Life Vol 2", "Jordon Perlmutter" and loose scrapbook pages.
Dorothy (Dokes) Kobey Berry poses for an informal photograph in her home in Denver, Colorado on July 22, 2002, her 97th birthday.
Dorothy (Dokes) Kobey Berry holds a sign stating: ''Happy Birthday Dokes Kobey Berry, 97 and Still driving.'' Roberta Volin holds the other end of the sign.
Dorothy (Dokes) Kobey Berry poses for an informal portrait in her home in Denver, Colorado on July 22, 2002, her 97th birthday.