Jewish way of life
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Ida Libert Uchill was born in 1917 on a farm outside of Denver, Colorado to Paul and Fannie Pepper Libert. She died in 2014. Her family on her paternal side arrived in Denver via the port of Galveston in about 1911. In junior high she was a columnist in the childen's section of the Denver Post. Ida Uchill graduated from the University of Colorado with degrees in jouranalism and history and became a writer and journalist, specializing in Colorado Jewish history. She was the author of Pioneers,...
Abstract John Charles Livingston (1935-1999) served as professor and chair of the History Department of the University of Denver, Denver, Colorado from 1963-1964 and from 1968-1999. His areas of expertise were United States intellectual and social history in the 20th century, concentrating on the 1960s and American Jewish history. He wrote several books including, Clarence Darrow: Sentimental Rebel (1988) and Jews of the American West (1989). He was a founder and research director of the Rocky...
Abstract Marilyn Lande (b. 1939) an independent researcher, conceptual artist, photographer and videographer from Denver, Colorado. Her research on the history of Jewish women focuses on the way history as well as Jewish heritage and faith influenced the arts and lives of Jewish women. The Marilyn Lande papers consist of research material collected by Lande while exploring the history of Jewish women. The Marilyn Lande Jewish Women Archive includes magazine and newspaper articles, book chapters,...
Dates: 1943-2004; Majority of material found in 1990-2003
Abstract The Rocky Mountain Jewish Historical Society (RMJHS) was established in 1976 to promote and sponsor historical activity related to the Jewish experience in the Rocky Mountain region. The Center for Judaic Studies at the University of Denver in Denver, Colorado partners with the RMJHS and the Ira M. Beck and Perle Hayutin Beck Memorial Archives of Rocky Mountain Jewish history to publicize and preserve the Jewish history of the Rocky Mountain region. The Beck Archives became a fully integrated...
Abstract Samuel Ralph Freeman was a lawyer originally from New York. He was assistant to the Colorado Attorney General from 1955-1958, Vice President of the Denver Rio Grande Railroad and later as the assistant to the chancellor at the University of Denver. He was also president of B’nai B’rith. Collection contains memoirs written by Samuel Freeman related Samuel Ralph from 1929 through 2003.
Dates: Coverage: 1929-2003