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Found in 187 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Issue no. 30. News coverage includes: the formation of the West Colfax Improvement Association in order to campaign to have street lights installed on West Colfax Avenue, and activities of West Colfax Democratic Club, Hebrew Educational Alliance, Independent Order B'nai B'rith No. 2, National Tuberculosis Society, and Denver Parent-Teacher Association.
Dates: 1934 September 7
Overview Issue no. 31. News coverage includes: Precinct D-6, in the West End neighborhood, votes overwhelming for Edwin C. Johnson in the gubernatorial Democratic primary, and activities of Hebrew Educational Alliance, Denver Young Judaea, West End Colfax Improvement Association, and Dickinson Library.
Dates: 1934 September 14
Overview Issue no. 32. News coverage includes: plans to build a $35,000 movie theater on West Colfax Avenue between Newton and Utica Streets, and activities of Guldman Improvement League, Guldman Center, West Colfax Improvement Association, Cheltenham P.T.A., and the Leaderettes.
Dates: 1934 September 21
Overview Issue no. 33. News coverage includes: the dedication and cornerstone laying of the Spivak Educational Institute on Lowell Boulevard between West 14th and West Colfax Streets, and activities of Evening Vocational High School, Dickinson Branch Library, Denver Chapter of Hadassah, Rude Center, and the Lake Junior High School P.T.A.
Dates: 1934 September 28
Overview Issue no. 34. News coverage includes: the West Colfax Improvement Association's campaign for street lights needing leadership, and activities of College of Jewish Studies, Council of Jewish Juniors, Colfax Parent-Teacher Association, Star of Denver Lodge No. 112, and the Leaderettes at Guldman Center.
Dates: 1934 October 5