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Jewish lawyers

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:

And Justice You Shall Pursue: Colorado's Early Jewish Attorneys, 1885-1930, 2003

 Item
Identifier: B230.03.0023.00002
Overview Brief biographies of early Jewish lawyers in Colorado and their contributions to the law, the Jewish community, and Colorado. (Two DVD copies.)

Beck Archives Photograph Collection

 Collection
Identifier: B063
Overview

The Beck Archives Photograph Collection contains materials which reflect the rich, varied, and vibrant Jewish experience in the Rocky Mountain region, with a special emphasis on Colorado.

Biographical Information and Oral History, 1999-2007

 File
Identifier: B344.01.0001.0001
Overview Folder contains biographies, curriculum vitae, correspondence with the Colorado Bar Association concerning Jack Greenwald, and an oral history with Jack Greenwald.

Biographical Materials, 1904-2003

 Series
Identifier: B176.01
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Collection contains a photocopy of Diary of Jacob Lieberman from June 8, 1904 - April 23, 1905, a memo regarding J.J. Lieberman, 2 photocopies of ''J.J. Lieberman: A Guardian of Our People'' article from The Guardian (April 1989), 3 individual photocopies of newsclippings, 1 photocopy of The Bench and Bar of Colorado (1916), a 2003 draft of ''The Journey of Jacob Julius Lieberman: From Hungarian Immigrant to American Attorney'' by Jeanne Abrams, 1 letter to Jeanne from J.J. Lieberman's...

Box 1, 1936

 File — Box B397.01.0001: Series B397.01 [U186023261659]
Identifier: B397.01.0001
Overview Ernest Morris was born in Thorn, Germany and came to the United States as a child. He graduated from the University of Colorado with degrees in philosophy and law. He was a board member of the Colorado Historical Association for two decades and was president from 1932 through 1936. His unpublished manuscript "Gathering Much" covers his early life and legal career. While he was chairman of the Denver County Council of Defense during WWII, he charged the Denver Post with libellous attacks. The...

Box 1, 1955 February 9

 File — Box B339.01.0001: Series B339.01; Series B339.02 [U186021843243]
Identifier: B339.02.0001
Overview Framed Colorado law license awarded to Myron Marshall Miller who was a prominent businessman and attorney in Denver.

Box 8, between 1920-2014

 File — Box B340.02.0008: Series B340.02; Series B340.03 [U186022263103]
Identifier: B340.03.0008
Overview Contains "Birth of a Hospital" with inscription "To Charles and Louise from Uncle Milt, Milton L. Anfenger, May 11, 1942," Rosenbaum and Miller Family Passover History, two scrapbooks with newspaper articles, photographs, and ephemera. Also a folder with newspaper articles about Charles and Stanton Rosenbaum and a folder with photographs of the Rosenbaum family.

Box 9 (Awards and Photos), 1939-2007

 File — Box B275.01.0009: Series B275.01; Series B275.03 [U186023261471]
Identifier: B275.03.0009
Scope and Contents Framed photograph of College of Law Building with Appretiation for Milt and Jean Morris Classroom; Placque with Honorary Life Membership to the Denver and Colorado Bar Association; Framed photograph of Milt and Jean Morris and additional photographs when Milt was in the Air Force from the Law Alumni Office.

Dr. Melvin Urofsky Public Address, 1983 October 20

 Item
Identifier: B098.01.0005.00117
Overview Dr. Melvin Urofsky address where he discusses his research on his multi-volume series on the letters of Louis Brandeis. With David Levy, he co-edited a five volume series of Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis' letters; he also published on the subject of Zionism and Brandeis as well as law and the Supreme Court.

Hornbein Family Portrait, 1923

 Item
Identifier: B063.05.0013.00024
Overview Flora and Philip Hornbein stand in front of a false scenic coastline backdrop with their children, Marjorie and Philip Jr., mounted on a wooden donkey in front of them. Photograph was taken on a trip to San Francisco, California in 1923. Philip Hornbein was a Colorado trial lawyer, a leader in the fight against the Ku Klux Klan, and chairman of Colorado's Democratic Party during the presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt.