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Conservative Judaism

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:

Beth Hamedrosh Hagodol Confirmation Class of 1915, circa 1915

 Item
Identifier: B063.06.0033.0004.00001
Overview The Beth Ha-Medrosh Hagodol (BMH) confirmation class of 1915 members are seated and standing in suits and dresses. The girls have large bows in their hair. Rabbi Charles Kauvar is seated in the middle of the second row. Left to right: Charles Rosenbaum and David Grimes seated on the floor. Sophie Miller Peterman standing second from right.
Dates: circa 1915

Beth Hamedrosh Hagodol Confirmation Class of 1921, 1921

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Identifier: B063.06.0006.00012
Overview The Beth Ha-Medrosh Hagodol (BMH) confirmation class members of 1921 are seated and standing in suits and dresses. The girls are all wearing hats. Rabbi Charles Kauvar is standing in the middle of the second row.
Dates: 1921

Beth Hamedrosh Hagodol Confirmation Class of 1930, 1930

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Identifier: B063.06.0033.0004.00002
Overview The Beth Ha-Medrosh Hagodol (BMH) confirmation class of 1930 members are standing in suits and dresses. The girls have large bouquets in their arms. Rabbi Charles Kauvar is standing in the front row and next to him is standing Peryle Hayutin (Beck) with her hair in long curls. Rear L-R: Raymond Spiegelman, Albert Schnitzer, Bernard Goldberg, Abraham Kauvar (son of Rabbi Kauvar) and Paul Kwantin; Second row L-R: Leo Flax, Marvin Goldfarb, Minnie Wallins (teacher), Beatrice Pashel Groussman,...
Dates: 1930

Hebrew Educational Alliance Records

 Collection
Identifier: B159
Overview The Hebrew Educational Alliance was founded in 1932 and became the largest congregation on Denver's west side. The Hebrew Educational Alliance was created as a result of the ''alliance'' between the Beth David Hebrew School Sisterhood and Brotherhood, and the Denver Hebrew Institute. The combined synagogue and Hebrew School was organized along Orthodox lines. On October 25, 1932, Rabbi Manuel Laderman arrived in Denver to serve as the first Rabbi of the Hebrew Educational Alliance. In 1994,...
Dates: 1940-2007

Oral History Interview with Albert and Betty Barmatz, 1981 August 5

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Identifier: B098.13.0010.00009
Overview Interview covers the reasons for breaking away from BMH, the early days of Rodef Shalom, Rabbis getting new members, the school, the Sisterhood and the Men's Club, the congregation's Board, and the schism (division) within the congregation.
Dates: 1981 August 5

Oral History Interview with Davida Danish, 1981 August 11

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Identifier: B098.13.0010.00011
Overview Interview covers the history of the religious school at Rodef Shalom which Davida was the head of.
Dates: 1981 August 11

Oral History Interview with Dorothy and Ernest Cassel, 1981 July 24

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Identifier: B098.13.0010.00008
Overview Interview covers Ernest fleeing Germany in 1939 for Shanghai, eventually coming to the US in 1949; focus is on founding of Rodef Shalom and history since; separating from BMH.
Dates: 1981 July 24

Oral History Interview with Dr. Myron Wilkoff, 1981 July 6

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Identifier: B098.13.0010.00002
Overview Interview covers Dr. Myron Wilkoff and his wife Freida deciding to leave BMH, Myron was the first president and one of the 10 founders of Rodef Shalom; the congregation was founded in Myron and Freida's home in 1953. Covers the beginnings of the congregation, why and how it came into being, time as the first president.
Dates: 1981 July 6

Oral History Interview with Fern and Jerry Kesselman, 1981 July 8

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Identifier: B098.13.0010.00004
Overview Both founding members of Rodef Shalom, the interview discusses the beginnings of the congregation, leaving BMH and the reasons for starting a synagogue, Presidents of the synagogue, beginning of the Rodef Sisterhood and the religious education at Rodef Shalom.
Dates: 1981 July 8

Oral History Interview with Jack and Margot Goldman, 1981 August 24

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Identifier: B098.13.0010.00010
Overview Interview covers briefly Jack and Margot's background, both originally from Germany (Margot escaped in 1939, Jack not until after the War in 1946), early members of the congregation, adult education, school programming and youth group at the synagogue.
Dates: 1981 August 24