Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 95 Collections and/or Records:
Overview A group of students posed with their teachers in front of Aaron Gove Junior High School located at Colorado Blvd and 14th Ave, Denver, Colorado. Most of the windows have been colored in except for the second story windows on the right where children are looking out. The following students signed the back of the photograph: Olive Ruth Chernoff, Dorothy G. Leslie, Mildred M. Chutock, Agnes C. McCallum, Lucile Harward, Mary S. Hetinyer, Norma Hattinger, Mary E. Biggs, Alma Krusen, Maud L. Stevens,...
Dates: between 1915-1930
Overview Andrew Gulliford, photographer, oral historian, instructor at Silk Elementary School and Colorado Mountain College, discusses the early one-room county schoolhouses in Colorado and the qualifications and restrictions placed on teachers.
Dates: about 1985; Digitization: 2006 January 16
Overview Bedside instruction in English and citizenship at the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (JCRS). The JCRS was a sanatorium for tuberculosis patients that was founded in 1904 by a group of immigrant Jewish workingmen along with the support of several leading physicians and rabbis in Denver, Colorado. The sanatorium was located on West Colfax Avenue just outside of Denver.
Dates: circa 1942
Overview Republic County, Kansas, citizens were asked to tell stories of their lives as they lived and remembered them. The program was sponsored by the Belleville Public Library.
Dates: 1973 August 6
Overview Blanche Da Costa Whitney was born September 24, 1882 in Chicago. She studied with Rudolph Ganz at Chicago Musical College before joining Mme Schumann-Heink, a noted opera signer, to Europe. Da Costa sang leading opera roles in Germany. She was forced to leave Germany by World War I and returned to America. She had a son, Frederick Berman, by her first husband. Her son died in 1945. She married Warren C. Whitney, vice president of A. B. Chase Piano Company in 1918. They moved to Denver...
Overview Brad Bowles, professor of theater at the University of Colorado at Denver, discusses his work with senior citizens to collect biographical stories in order to create plays based on these stories. Reflects on a play he wrote with a student, "The Red Wheelbarrow," and how it led to the creation of what Bowles calls senior theater after a performance at a senior citizen community center. Reflects on his process which includes collecting stories and transforming them into performances.
Dates: Date Not Yet Determined
Overview Students and their teachers pose for a school photo on steps of the Cheltenham School. Sam Silver sits fifth from the right in the front row with an arrow pointing to him.
Dates: 1925 January
Overview The members of the 8th grade class at Cheltenham School sit on the steps of the school located at the corner of Irving Street and West Colfax Avenue in Denver, Colorado. Many of the Jewish children living in the West Colfax neighborhood went to Cheltenham School. The students include Sam Greenwald, Sam Golanty, ? Shachet, ? Stein, Sara Morris, Dora Gardenschwartz, Ida Cohen, Phil Francis, Izzie Greenwald, Louis Cook, Susie Sigman, Sarah Karsh, Si Mintz, Rod Goldberg, Rose Levy, Conrad Echstein,...
Dates: between 1907-1910
Overview Teachers pose with their students the class of 1921 on the steps of Cheltenham School located at West Colfax Avenue and Irving Street in Denver, Colorado. The boys wear suits with short pants and the girls wear dresses. Frieda Radetsky, Julia Weiner, Rose Holland, Sam Bronstein, Reuben Hoffman, Sam Yoclin, Isreal [sic] Kahnanowitz, Rose Lutz, Charlotte R. Christian, Jennie Schenkman, Rose Goldberg, Max Cohen, Ida Roberts, Abe Lavitt, Bennie Albert, Margaret McGavock, Sam Menin, Benjamin...
Dates: 1921 January
Overview Teachers pose with their students, the class of 1917 on the steps of Cheltenham School located at West Colfax Avenue and Irving Street in Denver, Colorado. The boys wear suits with short pants and the girls wear dresses. Lena Radetsky Barron sits third from left in the front row.
Dates: 1917 June