Jewish religious schools
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Public Note: Here are entered works dealing with elementary and secondary schools teaching Jewish subject matter only. Works dealing with schools whose pupils receive their entire education under Jewish auspices, control, or support are entered under: Jewish day schools.
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Also known as Bais Yaakov Denver (BYD), Beth Jacob High School was founded in 1968 to provide young women with a Judaic and secular education. Collection contains a DVD titled ''Ripples in the Water'' and a book ''Beth Jacob High School of Denver 40th Anniversary Tribute Journal'' related to Beth Jacob High School from 2008.
File — Box B181.01.0001: Series B181.01; Series B181.02 [U186023259018]
File — Box B159.01.0002: Series B159.01; Series B159.02; Series B159.04 [U186022109757]
Overview Confirmation class of 1928 at Congregation Beth Ha Medrosh Hagodol. Twenty eight young men and women stand on either side of Rabbi Kauvar. Most are identified, Pearl Steinberg, Julia Mendelson Ackerman, Helen Rosenthal Steinberg, Cecilia Lehrman Bedz, Elsie Phillips, Rabbi Kauvar, Gertrude Phillips, Ruth Goldstein, Rebecca Reinveitz Rosenthal, Frayda Tannenbaum Karsh, Rowena Akers Weinstein, Ruth Richman Golden, Ira Beck, Irving Friedland, Al Cook, Max Rifkin, Sam Fortner, Stanley Samuelson,...
Overview The Hebrew Educational Alliance's original building at West Colfax and Meade Street. It 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. On October 25, 1932, Rabbi Manuel Laderman arrived in Denver to serve as the first Rabbi of the Hebrew Educational Alliance. The combined synagogue and Hebrew...
Overview Class of students and teacher of the Yeshiva Etz Chaim School chedar class at 2852 West Fourteenth Avenue in Denver, Colorado's Jewish immigrant enclave. Two adult men stand behind 28 male students. From left to right starting in the first row at the bottom: three unidentified boys, Kandler, Hershkovitz, Ben Fishman, Max Schreiber, Sam Schwartz (the Baker's son), Cohen (the Barber's son), Willie Solomon, Weinstein (Doctor's son), Abe Ornstein, Singer, Phil Richtel, Fabricant (Auto mechanic's...
Overview Class of students and teacher of the Yeshiva Etz Chaim School chedar class at 2852 West Fourteenth Avenue in Denver, Colorado's Jewish immigrant enclave. Two adult men stand behind 28 male students. From left to right starting in the first row at the bottom: ''1. Unidentified male, 2. Unidentified male, 3. Unidentified male, 4. Kandler, 5. Hershkovitz, 6. Ben Fishman, 7. Max Schreiber, 8. Sam Schwartz (the Baker's son), 9. Cohen (the Barber's son), 10. Willie Solomon, 11. Weinstein (Doctor's...