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Public schools

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:

Beck Archives Organizations Collection

 Collection
Identifier: B118
Abstract Collection contains records from various Jewish organizations from around the Denver area from 1880-2007. Organizations include: American Medical Center (1965); Public Attitude Toward Minorities (1948); Beth Jacob High School (1974-79); Cheltenhamm School (1924-25); Denver Academy Torah (1963-94); Free Loan Society (1888-1901); Holocaust Institute (1982-1987); Jews for Jesus (1972-1975); Jewish War Veterans (1916-1951); Jewish Women and Benevolent Societies in Denver (1872-1908); Kauvar...
Dates: Other: 1880-2009

Bertha Eppstein, 1912

 File
Identifier: B111.03.0003.0007
Abstract

Bertha Eppstein (1838-1912), wife of Max Eppstein, was important to the Denver Jewry for her work in philanthropy and education. She was born in Baden, Germany, and moved to America at the age of 18. Eppstein was the first president of the Hebrew Ladies' Benevolent Association, and very involved in the Jewish religious community.

Dates: 1912

Box 1, 1924-1984

 File — Box B162.01.0001: Series B162.01; Series B162.02 [Barcode: U186020736126]
Identifier: B162.02.0001
Abstract

Contains one folder and one photo book with class photos from various schools, including Cheltenham, Lake Junior High, the Talmud Torah, and the Colfax school which were attended by Minnie Heller, Max Heller, and Larry Heller. The the photos go from 1924-1956 and the students are identified.

Dates: 1924-1984

Hyman Ginsburg School Dedication, 1977 September 29

 Item
Identifier: B098.01.0002.00041
Abstract

Dedication ceremonies of school for disabled children, formerly the Sunshine School, renamed for Dr. Hyman Ginsburg. School is in Fresno, California.

Dates: 1977 September 29

Joan Brown Oral History, 2010

 Item
Identifier: D009.09.0003.0007.00001

Marjorie Milan Papers

 Collection
Identifier: M296
Dates: Other: Date Not Yet Determined

Oral History Interview with Frayda Ornsten, 1978 July 17

 Item
Identifier: B098.01.0002.00038
Abstract

Frayda Lynn Ornsten (née Blumberg) discusses her childhood, including the Jewish environment, schooling, and family gatherings. She also discusses her two marriages and her education and career in the field of special education. She talks about her father, Ben Blumberg, and her relationship with him. She reflects on changing attitudes, roles, goals of youth, and her philosophy of life. Went to the University of Denver.

Interview Index notes in Release file B098.01.0022.0003

Dates: 1978 July 17

Oral History Interview with Kathleen Babcock, 1986

 Item
Identifier: M054.01.0001.00002
Abstract Kathleen M. Babcock, a lifelong resident of the University Park area of Denver, Colorado, lists her numerous area addresses and describes her early University Park neighborhood as farmland with most residents keeping cattle, chickens, and horses. Babcock discusses local shops and businesses, area churches, and neighborhood activities for children, including a May Day Festival at the University of Denver, holiday parties, ice skating at a lighted rink in the winter, and visits on Saturdays to...
Dates: 1986

Rebekah J. Baron, 1955-1972

 File
Identifier: B111.01.0001.0009
Abstract Rebekah J. Baron worked as an actress, director, and teacher in the Denver Public School system, as well as working as a dialectician specializing in the Hebrew lagnguage. Baron graduated from the University of Denver with a master's of arts degree. She participated in a number of theatre productions, directing: "Meet Me in St. Louis" (1960), "The Education of Hyman Kaplan" (1969), "A Worm in Horseradish (1970), and "The Crucible." She also acted in a number of other productions, including:...
Dates: 1955-1972

Saul Caston, circa 1950-1970

 File
Identifier: B111.02.0002.0003
Abstract Saul Caston (1901-1970) was a renowned musician and conductor, and is credited with building the Denver Symphony Orchestra (now Colorado Symphony Orchestra) into an outstanding professional orchestra worthy of national recognition. After moving to Colorado from his home in Pennsylvania, Caston became the Musical and Conductor of the Denver Symphony in 1945, and held the position until 1964. Caston was also very active in the Denver community, and was noted for his work in education and...
Dates: circa 1950-1970