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Bar mitzvah

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Bar Mitzvah - Keepsake Album and Telegrams, 1955

 File
Identifier: B302.01.0001.00004
Overview File contains a keepsake album as well as telegrams relating to Larry Mizel's Bar Mitzvah.

Box 1, 2003-2011

 File — Box B344.01.0001: Series B344.01; Series B344.02; Series B344.03; Series B344.04; Series B344.05 [U186022263713]
Identifier: B344.04.0001
Overview One folder containing various notices and speeches concerning Jack Greenwald and his second Bar Mitzvah when he was eighty-three. There are three speeches Jack Greenwald honoring his father Rabbi Harav Yekusiel Yehuda Greenwald. Jack Greenwald's first speech was in 2003 when he was about to be seventy-three. Attached to the speech is All The Laws of Mourning written by Rabbi Greenwald in 1947. The second speech was the observation of the 50th Yahrzheit (memorial) of Rabbi Greenwald, and the...

David Nashelsky Material Culture

 Collection
Identifier: B141
Overview David J. Nashlsky was born May 25, 1963, in San Francisco, California and later moved with his family to Scottsbluff, Nebraska. He lived for 10 years in Fort Collins, Colorado where he was on the Colorado State University forensic team he attended CSU. He died in Nebraska on June 7, 2008. A skullcap (yarmulke in Yiddish, kipah in Hebrew) consisting of six sections of triangle shaped light blue satin sewn together at the seams with light blue cotton thread. Inside is white cotton lining with...

Green Gables, Sportland, Morty Miller's Bar Mitzvah, 1930-1939

 Item
Identifier: B229.01.0035.0001
Overview Silent black and white film contains depictions of family at Green Gables, the Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo, scenes from Morty Miller's bar mitzvah, and other family recordings.

Jack Greenwald Papers

 Collection
Identifier: B344
Overview Jack Greenwald was born June 14, 1928 in Columbus, Ohio, the youngest son of Rabbi Yekusiel Yehudah Greenwald (1888 - 1954). Rabbi Greenwald Rabbi Greenwald only knew German and had to learn Yiddish before he became rabbi of the Beth-Jacob Shul in Columbus, Ohio, a Yiddi. Jack Greenwald came to Denver, Colorado in 1946 and received his Bachelor of Science of Law, 1950, and his Juris Doctorate, 1952, both degrees from the University of Denver. Professionally, he specialized in the area of...

Notices, Speeches, 2003-2011

 File
Identifier: B344.04.0001.0005
Overview One folder containing various notices and speeches concerning Jack Greenwald and his second Bar Mitzvah when he was eighty-three. There are three speeches Jack Greenwald honoring his father Rabbi Harav Yekusiel Yehuda Greenwald. Jack Greenwald's first speech was in 2003 when he was about to be seventy-three. Attached to the speech is All The Laws of Mourning written by Rabbi Greenwald in 1947. The second speech was the observation of the 50th Yahrzheit (memorial) of Rabbi Greenwald, and the...

Russel Horwitz Bar Mitzvah, 1980 December 26

 File
Identifier: B356.05.0026.0023
Scope and Contents Folder contains photographs of the Bar mitzvah of Russell Horwitz.

Second Bar Mitzvah, 2003-2011

 Series
Identifier: B344.04
Overview One folder containing various notices and speeches concerning Jack Greenwald and his second Bar Mitzvah when he was eighty-three. There are three speeches Jack Greenwald honoring his father Rabbi Harav Yekusiel Yehuda Greenwald. Jack Greenwald's first speech was in 2003 when he was about to be seventy-three. Attached to the speech is All The Laws of Mourning written by Rabbi Greenwald in 1947. The second speech was the observation of the 50th Yahrzheit (memorial) of Rabbi Greenwald, and the...