Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 39 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Man sitting on stool in room filled with shelves stuffed with books and paper files. Picture/drawings on chaise in front of picture.
File — Box B320.01.0001: Series B320.01; Series B320.02; Series B320.03 [U186020738576]
Overview (1) file folder of papers including a questionnaire filled out by Loggie for RMJHS, publications and handwritten documents by Loggie about Spanish Sephardic Jews. One unidentified photo of a women, could be Loggie.
File — Box B333.08.0014: Series B333.08; Series B333.09 [U186023261510]
File — Box B088.06.0023: Series B088.06 [U186023282370]
File — Box M123.0326: Series M123.07 [U186024329010]
Overview This box contains working files for the CCOHA publications 'The Glory that was Gold,' and 'Opera in the Rockies.' Both editions were published in 1992 but the Central City Opera House Assocition. The Glory that was Gold concerns the opera house chairs and biographies of affilaites with named chairs, while Oprea in the Rockies concerns the history of the CCOHA from 1932-1992. Working files were found in the CCOHA offices and house with like items in the collection.
File — Box B002.05.0379: Series B002.05 [U186023253151]
Overview One book is a Hebrew Bible, edited by Rud. Kittel, printed in Lepzig, Germany in 1905 with a black cover. Book with black binding printed in New York in 1945 and book with blue binding from 1943 by the same publisher, Shulsinger Brothers Linotyping and Publishing, Co. 1941 book with green binding. Pamphlet covering 1943-1947 with image of a man holding a rifle and a stick hand grenade, standing by barbed wire with building ruins, fire and French Flag in the background- about the French...
Overview Collection contains books and videos, related to Lillian Hoffman from 1960 through 2014. Lillian Hoffman was a founding and active member of the Colorado Commitee of Concern for Soviet Jewry. She began public Jewish protests in Denver and was the first to speak to a Soviet Jewish prisoner.
Overview Dr. Bob Pliny, creator of the artist book "Oh Come Celebrate the Sacred Soil!", donated his rough drafts, outlines, and notebook he used during the creation of this book. His letter of explanation, included in the collection, says "I am not a poet; I am simply using the language of wonder and delight to express my ideas."