Synagogues -- Colorado -- Denver
Found in 36 Collections and/or Records:
Denver's Former Synagogues, 1990
This series has a copy of the 1921 Affidavit of Incorporation of the Zerah Israel Musach Ashknaz, a certification of the copy, and an envelope from Morris Sapper to Morris Rutland for the Affidavit of Incorporation.
Henry J. Schwartz Scrapbook
Henry J. Schwartz was born in Russia and came to New York with his parents. He settled in Denver in 1895 and married Mollie K. Kohn in 1898. Henry Schwartz was an original member of the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society board of directors and served as president and vice president of the JCRS. He was also a member of the Town Club. Much of the scrapbook has clipplings on the JCRS, but also on politics, Temple Emanuel, and obituaries for Dr. Philip Hillkowitz.
Herman Weinberger, circa 1928-1953
Born in 1844, and descended from Hungarian and Galician families, Weinberger emigrated to the U.S. in 1888, folowing several years of teaching, brewery management, cattle trading and farming. In Denver he worked as a clerk and grocer, residing on Market Street. Herman and his wife Nettie were founders of B.M. H. Synagogue. A stained glass window was created in their honor at B.M. H. in 1953, by their children.
JCPL Oral History with Susan and Bernie Goldman , 2010 November
Correspondence with Jefferson County Public Library regarding the oral history project and transcript of oral history with Bernie and Susan Goldman. 3D model of the synagogue is mentioned in the interview, B353.10.0005.00001.
JCRS Isaac Solomon Synagogue (Lakewood, CO.), 2001
File contains a newpaper clipping of an article, a copy of a newspaper article, and typed background information about JCRS's Isaac Solomon historic synagogue.
Judd Family Papers
National Register of Historic Places, 1980
Nomination form and attached documents for National Register of Historic Places.
Oral History Interview with Albert and Betty Barmatz, 1981 August 5
Interview covers the reasons for breaking away from BMH, the early days of Rodef Shalom, Rabbis getting new members, the school, the Sisterhood and the Men's Club, the congregation's Board, and the schism (division) within the congregation.
Oral History Interview with Dorothy and Ernest Cassel, 1981 July 24
Interview covers Ernest fleeing Germany in 1939 for Shanghai, eventually coming to the US in 1949; focus is on founding of Rodef Shalom and history since; separating from BMH.