Social service -- Colorado
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Graduate School of Social Work Records
Abstract The Graduate School of Social Work was founded in 1931, and established doctoral programs in 1968. Collection contains term papers, newspaper clippings, casebooks, lab notebooks, reports, publications, brochures, department files, handbooks, scrapbooks, research, periodicals, VHS tapes, bulletins, Alumni Association records, faculty information, student events, plaques, and diplomas related to the Graduate School of Social of Social Work at the University of Denver from 1930...
Dates: Other: 1930-2006
Oral History Interview with ''Julia'', circa 1978
Topics covered: Anonymous interview with someone who received services from JFCS, personal and marital counseling.
Dates: circa 1978
Oral History Interview with Noah Atler, 1978 January 24
Abstract Topics covered: Tillye Levey describes the project; Noah a Denver native, talks about JCRS beginnings and history, he was president in 1954 and didn't want to close after it was no longer needed as a TB center so shifted to cancer research; talks about hospital research, the shopping center, commercialized the land after they got rid of the farm; talks a lot about fund raising; differences and competition between JCRS and NJH. Second half on Interview focuses on the B’nai B’rith, camps,...
Dates: 1978 January 24
Ray David Papers
Abstract Ray Morris David was known as the "Little Mother to the Poor" in Denver after she was hired to supervise relief activities for the Denver Jewish Aid Society. Ray David was born in Mobile, Alabama in 1864, the daughter of German Jewish parents, and died in Denver, Colorado in 1945. She married David David in 1885, but was widowed early and had to support five children. Her first paid position was as a quasi-social worker at National Jewish Hospital and she worked with Seraphine...
Found in: Special Collections and Archives / Ray David Papers