Synagogue fund raising
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Overview The Fair Cookbook was published by the Ladies of Congregation Emanuel in Denver, Colorado in 1888. It is the earliest known Jewish fundraising cookbook in America. The cookbook was sold at the fair that the Ladies of Temple Emanuel organized in 1888 to pay off the mortgage on the Temple. It is 49 pages in length with 13 sections, and features both traditional Jewish kosher recipes and recipes for non-kosher items as well as the names of individual contributors. The collection is a...
Overview Application materials for the Colorado State Historic fund including a copy of the application, directions for applying, requests for letters of support and notes from the AMC staff working on the grant.
Overview The Beth Jacob Synagogue stands on the JCRS?AMC campus and is the oldest religious building still standing in its original locations in Lakewood. An inventory of the foundation holdings in storage at the Caretaker's Cottage on the Lakewood Historic Center grouds as of June 2004 is included. Also in the file is a sponsorship packet for the JCRS Isaac Solomon Historic Synagogue Foundation, an article on the foundation and the Beth Jacob Synagogue from the Denver Post and a foundation newsletter....
Overview Founded in 1874, Temple Emanuel, also known as Congregation Emanuel, is the largest and oldest synagogue in the Rocky Mountain Region. The location at 16th and Pearl streets was dedicated in January of 1899 and served the congregation until they fully expanded into their current location on Grape Street in 1960. In 2006 the Pearl Street Temple was purchased by Denver Community Church. The building is a National Historic Site. Collection contains photographs, scrapbooks, administrative papers,...
Overview The Fair Cookbook was published by the Ladies of Congregation Emanuel in Denver, Colorado in 1888. It is the earliest known Jewish fundraising cookbook in America. The cookbook was sold at the fair that the Ladies of Temple Emanuel organized in 1888 to pay off the mortgage on the Temple.