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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Here are entered works on privately supported welfare activities. Works on tax-supported welfare activities are entered under [Public welfare.] Works on the methods employed in social work, public or private, are entered under [Social service.] Works that discuss collectively the various policies, programs, services, and facilities to meet basic human needs relating to the quality of life, such as education, health, welfare, etc. are entered under [Human services.]

Found in 132 Collections and/or Records:

Senator Gary Hart at the National Asthma Center, 1977 February 14

Identifier: B089.12.0020.0012.00001
Abstract Colorado Senator Gary Hart stands at a press conference at the National Asthma Center. The National Asthma Center's history began in 1907 as the Denver Sheltering Home for Jewish Children, which was a refuge for lower-income children whose parents were being treated for tuberculosis, or had passed away from tuberculosis. In 1928 the institution changed names to the National Home for Jewish Children in Denver. In 1953, the name changed to the Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children at...
Dates: 1977 February 14

Shapiro, Morris - Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Charity Society, between 1900-1930

Identifier: B002.04.0214.0083
Scope and Contents From the Series:

This series contains a photo album, photographs, bulletin pages, drawings, lithographs, and contact sheets of the campus and buildings, patients and family, staff and volunteers, auxiliaries and conventions, and activities connected with the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society and the AMC Cancer Research Center.

Dates: between 1900-1930

Sherrye Sigman Berger, 1994-1997

Identifier: B300.01
Scope and Contents

The series contains newspaper clippings about Sherrye Sigman Berger, the daughter of Morris Sigman. The articles include honors received and her involvement in philanthropic activities and organizations.

Dates: 1994-1997

Simon Zuriat with Noah Allen, between 1950-1970

Identifier: B063.03.0036.00017

Simon Zuriat, man of the year with Noah W. Allen.

Dates: between 1950-1970

Soldiers with Mrs. Rose, 1950 December

Identifier: B063.03.0036.00026

Soldiers who were patients at Fitzsimmons Army Hospital with Mrs. Rose, mother of General Maurice Rose. The portrait was taken in December 1950 at an annual General Rose Hospital Dinner. Pictured from left to right are Tom Fitzgerald, Leyden Chiles Wickersham, Frank G. Girgen Jr., James A. Porter and Lawrence A. Snyder.

Dates: 1950 December

Speech made by David E. Harlem at Jubilee Dinner, Hotel Astor, New York, February 22, 1932, 1932 February 22

Identifier: B089.02.0005.0001.00006

Speech by David E. Harlem encouraging support for the National Home for Jewish Children.

Dates: 1932 February 22

Speech to be Given by Mrs. Lorber at Twenty-sixth Anniversary Dinner, New York, 1933 March 7

Identifier: B089.02.0005.0001.00008

Speech given at the 26th anniversary dinner of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver. Fannie Lorber makes an appeal for help in keeping the doors of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver open. She references her unpublished editorial (B089.02.0005.0001.00007) asking donors to think of children as investment in future.

Dates: 1933 March 7

The Opposition of the National Jewish Hospital, 1915 November

Identifier: B376.01.0001.00001
Abstract The Jewish Social Service Federation was founded in 1912 and ceased operations in 1916. It was organized as a federation of the Jewish charities and social service agencies of Denver. Garfield A. Berlinsky was head of the Denver Federation, but resigned in 1915. He investigated conditions in Denver for the National Conference of Jewish Charities. National Jewish Hospital and some community members criticized his report and methods. "The Story of the Opposition of the National Jewish Hospital...
Dates: 1915 November

Tillye Levy Papers

Identifier: B260
Abstract Tillye Shulman Levy was one of the Denver Jewish community’s most dedicated and effective volunteers. Born in Central City in 1895, she first became involved in philanthropic charity work as a young woman, after meeting Fannie Lorber, the longtime president of the Denver Sheltering Home for Jewish Children. As a teenager, Tillye worked at the Denver Trunk Factory in downtown Denver, located next door to the Lorber Shoe Company. Mrs. Lorber interested Tillye in the children and soon she was...
Dates: 1937-1980

United Way, 1976-1977

Identifier: M028.02.0010.0024

Types of Materials: Correspondence

Dates: 1976-1977