Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 70 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Memoir by Solomon Nunez Carvalho about his five-month journey on an expedition west over the Rocky Mountains with Colonel John C. Fremont.
Overview File contains newspaper clippings about Jewish Denver life in general from 1902-1985. Most are from the 1970s and 1980s. Subjects include urban renewal, small town Jewish life, Jewish community in Denver, etc.
Overview Letter from the Jewish Welfare and Youth Welfare Office in Berlin notifying the Loewensteins of Heinrich Loewenstein's [Henry Lowenstein, written in this letter as Ernst] place on the Kindertransport. The letter contains the date, time, and location of departure of the transport and Heinrich's permit number. Translation by Henry Loewenstein: "Jewish Welfare and Children's Care Organization, May 25, 1939. We notify you herewith that the transport to England in which your child Ernst is to...
Overview Handwritten letter from B. Clein to C.D. Spivak. The letter states that B. Clein received a telegram from his brother, Ike Clein that stated Ike was in weak condition. B. Clein continues to ask Spivak to inform him of the condition of Ike's health at JCRS. He also asks Spivak if it would be better for Ike to leave Denver and go to California for treatment instead. He finishes the letter by stating that any word about his brother will be highly appreciated.
Overview Letter from C.D. Spivak to F. Taussig. Spivak tells Taussig that Fanny Reeder is leaving Denver on the Burlington Friday, March 28th at 8:55 AM. Spivak says that Reeder should arrive in Chicago by Saturday, March 29th at 2:25 PM. Spivak tells Taussig that JCRS gave Reeder a railroad ticket that amounted to $22.60, as well as $6.00 in cash for expenses. Spivak finishes the letter by stating that Reeder sent a letter by special delivery to her brother so that she has someone to meet her at the...
Overview Handwritten letter from H. Leitesh to C.D. Spivak. Leitesh tells Spivak that he is the man in question regarding his possible admission to JCRS. Leitesh apologizes to Spivak because he does not want to bother him since he assumes Spivak is very busy. Leitesh tells Spivak that he is a family man with two small children and he is making his way towards Denver to find treatment.
Overview Photographic image of Lowell Thomas, University of Denver alumnus (B.A., M.A. 1912), famed world traveler, journalist, author, and broadcaster. He is perhaps most famous for introducing T.E. Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) to the world. He is wearing an Arab headdress and army-style shirt. Location unknown, date is presumed to be circa 1918.
Overview Photographic image of University of Denver alumnus Lowell Thomas, flanked by two tribesmen in full regalia, while other tribe members look on. Location and date unknown.
Overview Morris and Anna (Ginsberg) Hayutin sitting in the front seat in the car, Soloman Hayutin is the other man in the car, and Dora and Max Ginsberg sit on the back seat. The car is parked in front of the Balanced Rock in Garden of the Gods, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Morris Hayutin's niece, Freda Hayutin (child) is also seated in the car. Members of the Hayutin family arrived in Denver in the 1890s.