Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
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.
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.
Dedication ceremonies of school for disabled children, formerly the Sunshine School, renamed for Dr. Hyman Ginsburg. School is in Fresno, California.
Interview with Joan Brown conducted by Darlene Handler.
Frayda Lynn Ornsten (nÃ©e 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