Found in 41 Collections and/or Records:
This folder contains a letter from President-Elect Woodrow Wilson to Ruth Katzin, sent on November 13, 1912. Wilson thanks her for her previous correspondence and hopes that she will continue to support him and keep him as a friend.
Copy of a page from the Intermountain Jewish News featuring a collage of photographs from Max Goldberg's personal and professional life. Photos include Max and Mariam Goldberg's wedding portrait, Max shaking hands with President John F. Kennedy, Max standing with Robert Kennedy, Max holding a sheriff's badge, Max posed with President Dwight Eisenhower, Max posed with President Gerald Ford, Max shaking hands with Danny Kaye, and shaking hands with Max Baer.
Dean Gordon Johnston, far left, Chancellor Cheston Alter, center, and Law School Alumni President Milton Morris, standing behind Chancellor Alter, with some unidentified men at a Sturm College of Law dinner.
File contains photographs of presidents and principals of Hillel Academy including Abe Auerbach, Sheldon K. Baron, Dr. Leonard Prenz Lau, Manny Feder, Dr. Leonard Levisohn, Jack Greenwald, Ivan Goldstein, Ralph Auerbach, Joseph Schwartz, Gary A. Feder, Evan Makovsky, Hillel Erlanger, David I Beren, Elly Zussman, Zev Beren, and Hillel Erlanger.
Material relating to the assasinations of Presidents Lincoln and Kennedy and material relating to President Obama and the Democratic National Convention in Denver. The collection includes clippings and newspaper articles covering Lincoln's assassination, a copy of "The Torch is Passed" book, materials from the Democratic National Convention, and inaugural programs and materials.
President Bill Clinton shakes hands with Donna Eisen Puchalski at a town hall meeting at the University of Denver in Denver, Colorado. Clinton attended a town hall meeting at the University of Denver, hosted by Tom Brokaw, on the one-year anniversary of the Columbine school shooting. The topic of the town hall meeting: a local gun-control initiative that required background checks for weapons purchased at gun shows.