Jews -- Colorado -- Charities
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 49 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Topics covered: Brief personal history, talks about his father, experiences as chairman and president of Federation, involvement in other organizations as well
Overview Topics Covered: personal history, grew up in Tennessee, lived in St. Louis, moved to Denver after visiting daughter here, husband got job as lac tech at Beth Israel, Fannie helped at Beth Israel a lot, member of ladies auxiliary, fund raising, planned programming and entertainment, spending time with the residents.
Overview Topics covered: Brief history of Mrs. Frankle, history of the Federation, fundraising goals, primary functions, WWII, fund raising, serving on the board, Community Chest (now United Way), president of Allied, Frankel's family background, other Jewish communities, Jewish culture and community in Denver.
Overview Topics include: Raising money and building the Ex-Patients Home and providing vocational training. When the need to help TB victims lessened they began to focus on patients that needed mental health care they couldn't afford. Interview index in file B098.18.0022.0008.
Overview Topics covered: Allied Jewish Federation and involvement in several other Jewish organizations (see agents), brief background, Denver Jewish community, experiences at University of Denver, War effort at home.
Overview Topics covered: Briefly covers Mo's personal life, growing up in Colorado, education and business- Chemical Sales Company. Began working with Allied in 1948, 1956 became president, talks about presidency and events during that time, Nat Rosenberg, charitable organizations.
Overview Topics covered: Missis Stein's time on board of home, how he came to Denver, expanding the building, later closing and repurposing the home due to the lack of TB patients.
Overview Topics covered: Very brief personal background, fundraising campaigns, presidency and activities since, organizations Federation helped, Russian Jewish immigration, Israel, Denver Jewish Community and merits of the oral history project.
Overview Topics covered: Murray talks about his presidency of the Jewish Family and Children's services, programs they are working on, volunteers.
Overview Topics include: Nathan Rosenberg's background and education, professional career, the Depression, WWII, working with AJF after the war. Nature of Denver community and their response, Jewish Youth Council, Hadassah, Anti-Defamation League, Rose Hospital, Community Center. Developing Young Leadership Institutes and trips to Israel, established Hillel House at DU and CU, Beth Israel Hospital and elderly Jews, issues in the Jewish community.