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Jewish orphans

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Box 25, 1979-2000

 File — Box B089.14.0025: Series B089.14 [Barcode: U186023252684]
Identifier: B089.14.0025

Contains six file folders on the 1980 reunion and the "Home Chronicles" by Morris Grodsky about the sheltering home from 1925-1940 which was written after a 1999 reunion.

Dates: Event: 1979-2000

Children playing on swings at the National Home for Jewish Children in Denver, 1936

Identifier: B089.12.0020.0025.00003
Abstract William R. Blumenthal, fundraiser, stands (at left) with 37 children on the playground of the National Home for Jewish Children in Denver near 19th Avenue and Lowell Boulevard in Denver, Colorado. Children pictured include Dan Justman, Sara Appel, Fred Vean, Fanny Barret, Doris Greenstein, Joey Barret, Mildred Vean, Rachel Passman, and Benny Passman. Originally founded as the Denver Sheltering Home for Jewish Children in 1907, the home was established for the children of Jewish...
Dates: 1936

Sam Berman Law Ledger

Identifier: B284
Abstract Sam Berman was born August 9, 1911. His father, Joseph Berman, died when he was two, and shortly thereafter Sam Berman was placed in the Denver Sheltering Home. He spent the longest amount of time at the Denver Sheltering Home of any of its residents. The Home, in consideration of Berman’s long service there, sponsored his education at the University of Denver (DU) as an undergraduate and later as a law student. Berman was admitted to the Bar in 1933, and he practiced law until 1998,...
Dates: 1935-1943

''The Home Chronicles'' by Morris Grodsky, 1999-2000, 1925-1940

Identifier: B089.14.0025.0001

"The Home Chronicles" written by Morris Grodsky, a former resident of the Sheltering Home, about the Sheltering Home from 1925 to 1940.

Dates: 1999-2000; Event: 1925-1940

The Rise and Fall of Mr. Dorfman, 2008

Identifier: B354.01.0005.00001

Art book with cream colored hardcover and book jacket with black ink; written, designed and created by Brian Twigg, a student in Martin Mendelsberg's Visual Sequencing class at Rocky Mountain School of Art and Design. Inspired by the lives of Fannie Dorfman, a tuberculosis patient at the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society, and her son Hyman Dorfman.

Dates: 2008