Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Rabbi Samuel Baskin served in pulpits in Denver, Salt Lake City, and Brooklyn. His son, Rabbi Bernard Baskin, temporarily replaced Rabbi Herbert Friedman at Temple Emanuel when the latter became a wartime chaplain from 1944 to 1947. He retired after 40 years at a liberal synagogue in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Bernard's wife was Marjorie Schatz, known and admired for her expertise in metallurgy, health care, social service, and Jewish community affairs. Elfrieda Erlich was Marjorie Shatz's...
File — Box M101.01.0001: Series M101.01; Series M101.02; Series M101.03; Series M101.04 [U186022112611]
File — Box B111.10.0010: Series B111.10 [U186020742672]
Overview (10) file folders include: Bennett M. Wayne, Frank and Marion Weinberg, Herman Weinberg, Jacob Weinberger, Joseph Weitz, Rabbi Martin M. Weitz, Freda and Charles Wenger, Morey and Georgia Wolfson, Max Zall, Edna Kean Zivin.
File — Box B398.02.0023: Series B398.02; Series B398.04; Series B398.05 [U186023282697]
Overview Three inch 3-ring binder contains copies of Howard’s Artist Statement, biography, exhibit marketing materials, and some correspondence.
Dates: circa 2008
File — Box B111.08.0008: Series B111.08 [U186020742656]
Overview (22) file folders include: L. M. (Rache) Palinbaum, Professor M. Robert Pepper, Phillipe Family, Mrs. Louis A. Pollock, Quiat Family Tree, Max Rabinoff, David Rafflelock, Abraham L. Raich, Margaret Richman, Martin Ritzewoller (Rikewoller), Ruth Richman, H. Roth, Maurice Rose, Ben and Rose Rosenbaum, Samuel and Sarah Rosenberg, Sam Rosenbloom, Fred Rosenstock, Rosenwald Family, Dan Rosenzweig, Sadie Rosenzweig (Rosenblatt), Libby Rosen, Dora Harris and Robert Peyser, and the Pepper/Pfeffer...
Overview Memoir of Mrs. Frances Jacobs published by the Charity Organization of Denver upon the death of Frances Wisebart Jacobs in 1892. The publication commemorates the life of Frances Jacobs and her charitable works. There are life tributes, eulogies, and proclamations by various organizations and community leaders, including Rabbi Friedman's eulogy at her funeral.