New York (N.Y.)
Subject Source: Lcnaf
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Speech given in New York City in 1948. Thanks audience for support of National Home for Jewish Children in Denver. She explains that over half of the children in the Home come from New York City.
Overview Asherman was a longtime volunteer for NJH, beginning when she joined the New York Auxiliary Chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children. She later became president of the axillary, and then as a national auxiliary board member and trustee. She helped establish 17 auxiliary chapters in New York. Collection contains photographs, correspondence, journals and newsletters related to Bea Asherman from 1924 through 1998.
Mrs. Lorber's 44th Anniversary Dinner Speech At the Waldorf-Astoria, November 17, 1951, 1951 November 17
Overview Fannie Lorber's speech at the 44th Anniversary Dinner for the National Home for Jewish Children in Denver at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York on November 17, 1951.
Overview Speech from 40th Anniversary Dinner in New York. Fannie Lorber thanks the audience for support of the National Home for Jewish Children. She presents awards to Judge Mitchell May, Dr. M. Murray Peshkin and Ralph M. Simon.
Mrs. Lorber's Speech at the 39th Anniversary Dinner, November 23, 1946 at the Waldorf-Astoria, 1947 April 15
Mrs. Lorber's Speech at the 43rd Anniversary Dinner, November 18, 1950 at the Waldorf-Astoria, 1950 November 18
Overview Speech given by Fannie Lorber at the 43rd Anniversary Dinner of the National Home for Jewish Children in Denver on November 18, 1950 held at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York. Lorber introduces the screening of the movie about the National Home for Jewish Children in Denver film entitled, 'Wings Over Denver'.
Overview Fannie Lorber's speech for the 45th Anniversary Dinner of the National Home for Jewish Children in Denver held on November 22, 1952. Lorber presents a plaque to Judge Louis Goldstein.
Overview Fannie Lorber's notes for a speech given at the Chicago League Luncheon include personal stories of three former residents at the National Home for Jewish Children: Ronnie S., Stanley Berman and Helen Rose Wolf.