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Community life

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 126 Collections and/or Records:

West End Press, No. 1, 1934 February 16

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Identifier: B121.02.0019.0001.00001
Abstract Inaugural issue. ''Truth and accuracy are the only masters The West End Press will have. It is not a newspaper designed to make much money. Rather it is intended to serve well a community that long has been without a publication it could call its own. These columns will never be closed to constructive thought on any side of a question. We desire to gather and to print all the news of life as it goes on in the homes, the schools, the stores, and on the streets of our community. Opinions will be...
Dates: 1934 February 16

West End Press, No. 1, 1934 February 16

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Identifier: B121.02.0017.00001.00001
Abstract News coverage in this issue of The West End Press includes:
Dates: 1934 February 16

West End Press, No. 2, 1934 February 23

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Identifier: B121.02.0019.0001.00002
Abstract Issue no. 2. News coverage includes: a government-funded storm sewer for West Colfax, and activities of the P. D. Q. Girls, Star of Denver Lodge No. 112, the Utopian Club, and the Lake Junior High School Garden Club.
Dates: 1934 February 23

West End Press, No. 2 (February 23, 1934), 1934 February 23

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Identifier: B121.02.0017.00001.00002
Abstract News coverage in this issue of The West End Press includes: the U.S. government giving $40,000 to help repair Colfax Avenue, a change in Hebrew classes, a death from appendicitis, a girl having her 18th birthday ''ruined'' by having to undergo a surgical procedure, a Rabbi's delivery of a lecture in Yiddish, a wedding announcement for a woman by the name of Jessie Klein, a boy named Jerry Kadowitz sings patriotic songs for Washington's Birthday, and a group of children build a clubhouse in a...
Dates: 1934 February 23

West End Press, No. 3, 1934 March 2

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Identifier: B121.02.0019.0001.00003
Abstract Issue no. 3. News coverage includes: B'nai B'rith citizenship drive, and activities of the Guldman Community Center, Rude Center, the Gradatim Club, Phi Delta Sigma, the Pretzels, and the Young Judaea Club.
Dates: 1934 March 2

West End Press, No. 3, 1934 March 2

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Identifier: B121.02.0017.00001.00003
Abstract News coverage in this issue of The West End Press includes:
Dates: 1934 March 2

West End Press, No. 4, 1934 March 9

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Identifier: B121.02.0019.0001.00004
Abstract Issue no. 4. News coverage includes: the paving and widening of West Colfax Avenue, and activities of Phi Sigma Delta, Guldman Community Center, Oneg Shabbos, Denver Council of Young Judaea, the Hebrew Educational Alliance, and the Lake Junior High School Camera Club.
Dates: 1934 March 9

West End Press, No. 4, 1934 March 9

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Identifier: B121.02.0017.00001.00004
Abstract News coverage in this issue of The West End Press includes:
Dates: 1934 March 9

West End Press, No. 5, 1934 March 16

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Identifier: B121.02.0019.0001.00005
Abstract Issue no. 5. News coverage includes: the paving and widening of West Colfax Ave, and activities of the Guldman Center, B'nai B'rith, and Dickinson Library.
Dates: 1934 March 16

West End Press, No. 5, 1934 March 16

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Identifier: B121.02.0017.00001.00005
Abstract News coverage in this issue of The West End Press includes:
Dates: 1934 March 16