Bible. Old Testament
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
File — B415.02.0003: Series B415.02 [Barcode: U186023258266]
Abstract The box contains a bible in Hebrew and English, black velvet tallith bag with embroidered turquoise Star of David that belonged to Sam Stoole's grandfather, two of Sam's pipes, and two of the buckles from his belt buckle collection that numbered in the hundreds. The box also contains two men's hats worn by Sam Stoole, photographs and papers.
Dates: circa 1955
File — Box B002.05.0379: Series B002.05 [Barcode: U186023253151]
Abstract One book is a Hebrew Bible, edited by Rud. Kittel, printed in Lepzig, Germany in 1905 with a black cover. Book with black binding printed in New York in 1945 and book with blue binding from 1943 by the same publisher, Shulsinger Brothers Linotyping and Publishing, Co. 1941 book with green binding. Pamphlet covering 1943-1947 with image of a man holding a rifle and a stick hand grenade, standing by barbed wire with building ruins, fire and French Flag in the background- about the French...
Abstract Sons of Israel Association first organized in Colorado Springs in 1903 and established a cemetery. By 1911, they acquired their first building. The organization went through many changes and struggles over years but combined with another temple to become Temple Shalom in 1971. Collection contains framed drawings of Jewish Prophets from the Sons of Israel Congregation. from 1930 through 1940.
Dates: circa 1935
Abstract Box contains framed print of the prophets from the Sons of Israel in Colorado Springs. Sepia tone print is of the Frieze of the Prophets, a mural done by John Singer Sargent for the Boston Public Library. Print is in three parts, each part a different wall in the original mural. Prophets are identified as: Part 1- Zephaniah, Joel, Obadiah, Hosea; Part 2- Amos, Nahum, Ezekiel, Daniel, Elijah, Moses, Joshua, Jeremiah, Jonah, Isaiah and Habakkuk; Part 3- Micah, Haggai, Malacchi and Zechariah.
Dates: circa 1935