Jewish women -- Colorado -- Denver
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 159 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Immigration to Denver with seven-month old daughter to meet her husband who had already immigrated. Talks about life with her family, everyday life.
Overview Mary begins with a brief history of growing up in Denver and then talks about her work with the NCJW; started with Junior Council, President of Council 1954-55, council activities, membership and philosophy.
Overview Growing up in Denver on the West Side, taught school and Sunday School; started working with council in early 1960s, VP and then President, activities of the Council and many volunteer efforts through later life.
Overview "Miriam Goldberg (née Harris) details the history of her family, beginning with her maternal great-grandparents, Louis and Bertha (née Joseph) Cohn, German immigrants in the late 1840s. Specifics of her grandmother's family, and mother and father's family, are also included, as well as a discussion of her four children. She recounts growing up in Denver, Colo. in a Jewish family, and comments on the division between Denver's East Side and West Side Jewish communities. She talks about Temple...
Overview Pearl Alperstein provides autobiographical information about herself, including her education, marriage, and family as well as her participation in community activities. She spends part of the interview discussing her involvement in the American Jewish Committee and its program to end discrimination. She also talks about the Mexican-American group Centro-Cultural and its relationship with the American Jewish Committee.
Overview Interview covers her early life in Denver beginning in 1907; immigration, fathers salvage and auto business.
Overview Interview covers coming to New York from Austria at age 13 and working in a textile factory sewing buttons, went back to Europe to get married, moved to Denver about 1915 for the climate when husband got sick. Husband was a patient at JCRS. Talks about life in Denver and running grocery store.
Overview Topics Covered: Life in the old country, working at age 11 stripping tobacco, parents very poor, father blind so sent to live with aunt, aunt was horribly abusive; police threatened to take children away; mother kept having children; Sally was in an out of school, eventually lied about her age and got married at 14, left school; worked to send money to her mother.
Overview Daughter of Abrahm & Fannie Vear Juddlowitz from Lithuania, came to Denver. Family had 7 boys and 2 girls. Interview covers activities in Denver, JCRS, Ex-Patients home and BMH.
Overview Interview covers Saralee's Presidency of National Jewish Council of Jewish Women and the Council's activities, Saralee's childhood in Denver and adult life.