Found in 583 Collections and/or Records:
The newspaper articles, photographs, objects and LP records illustrate the life of a Jewish family in the western United States. Some of the material is about Dorothy Bercu Gross who had been a Vaudville dancer and then was a fitness instructor. Her husband was a physician.
Two unidentified boys building model airplanes. The boys were in the care of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver, which later became part of the National Jewish Hospital.
Sammy Israel and Irving Israel milk a tuberculin-tested cow. The boys were summertime volunteers in the care of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver, which later became part of the National Jewish Hospital.
Elizabeth (Rothbardt) Bronfin sits on a swing with her son Leon Bronfin standing on the seat behind her holding the swing's ropes. Dr. Isadore Bronfin stands behind both of them. The Main Building of JCRS can be seen behind them.
The Butler family poses for a formal portrait with the parents seated and four of their children surrounding them. Left to right: Nathan Butler holding Julia Butler, Fanny Butler, Dora Butler (seated in front), Rosa Butler, and Louis Butler. All are dressed up and the youngest girls are wearing matching dresses.