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Portland (Or.)

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Subject Source: Lcnaf

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Denver Elks Drill Team, 1912 July

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Identifier: B091.01.0002.00001.00022
Overview The drill team of the Denver Lodge of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks is lined up on a field. Denver won the Elks' drill team competition in Portland, Oregon. The photograph is on page 193 of Milton Anfenger's scrapbook. It is said that Congregation Emanuel in Denver, Colorado was founded at the bris or circumcision ceremony of Milton Anfenger, the eldest son of Louis and Louise Anfenger. Milton Anfenger became a successful attorney and leader in Denver. A member of Elks Lodge #17,...
Dates: 1912 July

Denver Elks Drill Team Postcard, 1912 July

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Identifier: B091.04.0003.0003.00001
Overview The drill team of the Denver Lodge of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks is lined up on a field. Denver won the Elks' drill team competition in Portland, Oregon. It is said that Congregation Emanuel in Denver, Colorado was founded at the bris or circumcision ceremony of Milton Anfenger, the eldest son of Louis and Louise Anfenger. Milton Anfenger became a successful attorney and leader in Denver. A member of Elks Lodge #17, he was elected Exalted Ruler in 1913.
Dates: 1912 July

Denver Elks Float, circa 1912

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Identifier: B091.01.0002.00001.00023
Overview Women sit on a float decorated with cloth swags and floral arrangements. The photograph is on page 193 of Milton Anfenger's scrapbook. It is said that Congregation Emanuel in Denver, Colorado was founded at the bris or circumcision ceremony of Milton Anfenger, the eldest son of Louis and Louise Anfenger. Milton Anfenger became a successful attorney and leader in Denver. A member of Elks Lodge #17, he was elected Exalted Ruler in 1913.
Dates: circa 1912

Letter from C.D. Spivak to Elizabeth Bickett, 1909 July 9

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Identifier: B002.01.0101.0077.00023
Overview Typed letter from C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, to Elizabeth Bickett in Portland, Oregon, stating that her son, Charles Bickett, has been invited to admit into the JCRS Sanatorium. Letter is unsigned but "Secretary" is typed at the bottom.
Dates: 1909 July 9

Letter from N. Mosessohn to C.D. Spivak, 1908 January 7

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Identifier: B002.01.0103.0143.00002
Overview Typed letter from Dr. N. Mosessohn to C.D. Spivak. Mosessohn tells Spivak that the $2.50 sent to Spivak to cover Mr. Nagler’s boarding was actually paid for by Mr. Nagler. Therefore, Mosessohn asks Spivak to give the $2.50 to Mr. Nagler on behalf of the Jewish Relief Society.
Dates: 1908 January 7

Letter to Dr. Fish from Dr. Spivak, 1908 December 14

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Identifier: B002.01.0100.0109.00003
Overview Typed letter to "Dr. J. B. Fish, Supt., Sanatorium J. C. R. S. Edgewater, Colo." from Dr. Spivak dated "Dec. 14, 1908" [sic]. The letter instructs JCRS to admit Mrs. Pearl Swerdick [Swerdlicks], from Portland, OR, to the Sanatorium as a[n] emergency case of laryngeal tuberculosis. Spivak says not to worry about an application as one has already been filled out for her. The letter is not signed but Secretary is typed at the bottom.
Dates: 1908 December 14

Letter to Dr. Spivak from N. Mosessohn, 1908 December 9

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Identifier: B002.01.0100.0109.00002
Overview Typed letter to "Dr C D Spivak Denver Colo" from N. Mosessohn on letterhead that states, "SECRETARY'S OFFICE Jewish Relief Society 616 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Portland, Oregon" dated "December 9 1908" [sic]. N. Mosessohn informs Dr. Spivak that Mr. L Swerdlicks is bringing his wife to Denver for treatment. Dr. Mosessohn asks if Dr. Spivak would help secure a place for the Swerdlicks' to stay while they wait for Mrs. Swerdlicks' admittance to the JCRS Sanatorium. The letter is signed in ink by Dr....
Dates: 1908 December 9

Pacific Christian Advocate (Portland, Oregon), 1922-1927

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Identifier: M078.03.0001.0028
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Newspaper Clippings series contains articles from newspapers and magazines concerning Mormonism and the Methodist response to the Mormon Church.
Dates: 1922-1927