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Found in 187 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Issue no. 24. News coverage includes: plans for a celebration at Colfax Avenue and Quitman Street pending the completion of the West Colfax Avenue paving and widening project, and activities of Workmen's Circle, Beth David Sisterhood, Hebrew Educational Alliance Parent-Teacher Association, West End Democrats, and Aleph Zadik Aleph.
Dates: 1934 July 27
Abstract Issue no. 25. News coverage includes: petitions to ask Governor Ed C. Johnson to reduce the sentences of Harry Leopold, Milton Schechter, and Morey Teplow, and activities of Guldman Center, Twenty-Square Club, Kadimah Society, and Rude Center.
Dates: 1934 August 3
Abstract Issue no. 26. News coverage includes: West Colfax Avenue from Federal Boulevard to Hooker Street being reopened for traffic, and activities of The Gigolos, Kadimah Society, Spivak Educational Institute, and West Denver Hebrew School.
Dates: 1934 August 10
Abstract Issue no. 27. News coverage includes: an endorsement of Governor Ed C. Johnson in the Democratic primary, and activities of Councilman Harry Rosenthal, West End shoemakers, Aleph Zadik Aleph, West Denver Hebrew School, and Spivak Educational Institute.
Dates: 1934 August 17
Abstract Issue no. 28. News coverage includes: a celebration marking the official completion of the West Colfax Avenue paving and widening project, and activities of Hebrew Educational Alliance, West Colfax Young Democratic Club, Bickur Cholin Society, Hatikvah Circle, and Aleph Zadik Aleph.
Dates: 1934 August 24