Jewish men -- Colorado -- Denver
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 86 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Bronze Star MEdal awarded for for "meritorious achievement in ground operations against the enemy, European Theater of Operations during the Central Europe Campaign".
Dates: 21 May 1951
Overview Paper certificate awarded to Stanley Stein by E.R. Squibb and Sons for completing the 63rd Squibb Sales Training Course.
Dates: circa 1960
Overview Rabbi Manuel Laderman was the first full-time spiritual leader at the Hebrew Educational Alliance, serving as Rabbi for 42 years and then as Rabbi Emeritus until his death in 1989. He was also the head of the City of Denver’s department of health and hospitals. Collection contains materials related to Rabbi Manuel Laderman including Ordinance No. 435 to name the new East wing of Denver General after Rabbi Laderman, dedication materials, news clippings, tributes, and posthumous memorials related...
Overview One issue of the Fall 2017 "Colorado Heritage: The Magazine of History Colorado" with an article entitled The Oberfelder Effect. The article features images from B367.
Overview Congregation Shearith Israel (Remnant of Israel), or the Tenth Street Shul as it was also known, was founded in 1899 as a Jewish orthodox synagogue. The young congregation bought a small stone church in Denver at the Tenth Street site in 1903 and remodeled the building to suit its needs as a synagogue. The last of the operating synagogues in the "Old Colfax" area of Denver, Shearith Israel closed its doors in 1958, having been largely used by Jewish businessmen working in the...
Overview Biography of Eugene Samuel Spivak, grandson of Dr. Charles D. Spivak, written by Eugene's son Chuck. Titled "Dad: A Pictorial Biography of Eugene Samuel Spivak".
Dates: 2018 March; Coverage: 1919-2013
Overview Consist of a scanned copy of a scrapbook. Scrapbook contains newspaper clippings, photographs, concert programs, a few signed headshots from other musicians (one from Moissaye Boguslawski), and an honorary doctoral certificate in music from the Boguslawski College of Music in 1936. Digitized - no hard copy.
Overview David Gross was born in Austria-Hungary and died at the age of 53 on February 23, 1920. David Gross married Rosa Printz in 1894 in Denver, Colorado. He retired from active business when in his 40s and devoted his time to philanthropic efforts. David Gross was particulary involved with the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (JCRS), serving as the first vice-president. As chairman of the house committee he personally chose food at the markets in the early morning, and established a deli at JCRS....
Dates: Other: 1894-1920
Overview David Silver was a Holocaust survivor who immigrated to Denver, CO. In Denver he was a very active mason and a Shriner with El Jebel. Collection contains certificates, and plaques related to David Silver from 1957 through 1999.