Jewish marriage customs and rites
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
The Beck Archives Photograph Collection contains photographs, negatives, and other materials which reflect the rich, varied, and vibrant Jewish experience in the Rocky Mountain region, with a special emphasis on Colorado. It also contains some photographs from other states and countries.
2 marriage certificates for Evelyn Paper Himelgrin and Gerald Himelgrin. One from the City and County of Denver and the other a Hebrew language booklet certificate.
Mordecai and Enga Friedman were married on January 25, 1872.
Sam Grimes wearing a suit and bowler hat sits with Anna Grimes who wears a wedding dress and veil. A fan is attached to Anna Grimes' dress. Sam and Anna Grimes were one of the early East European Jewish couples to be married in Denver, Colorado.
This folder contains seven sermons.
1. Our Gravest Sin - No date
2. Every Human Being is Tested - No date - Weekly Torah portion Vayera (Genesis 18:1-22:24)
3. Family Love - No date - First day of Rosh HaShanah (in duplicate)
4. What is a Sanctuary? - No date
5. A Middle Ground-Is There Still One - No date
6. Untitled - No date - First day of Rosh HaShanah
7. Untitled - No date - Second day of Rosh HaShanah
Small black and white photograph album from the wedding of Evelyn Paper to Gerald Himelgrin on August 27, 1947 with six photographs in the album and two loose. Photos include bridal party, ceremony, chuppah, first dance and cake cutting.
Max Rosenthal sits in a chair with an apple blossom flower in his lapel. Anna stands next to him dressed in her wedding gown and veil holding a bouquet of flowers.