Jewish women philanthropists
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Mrs. Pollack was president of the Jewish Family and Children's Service, on the board of the Denver Area Community Chest, vice president of the Visiting Nurse Association, and on the state advisory committee on planning for the aged. She believed that peace in the world is up to women.
Abstract File contains information about miscellaneous events from 1928-1986, including a flattened 1984 milk carton from Robinson Dairy with an advertisement for an event.
Abstract Nettie Limon lived in the West Colfax area of Denver in the early 1900s and contributed to a number of Jewish organizations, including the West Side Benevolent Society. The West Side Benevolent Society was formed in 1906 and purchased land in 1908 for the Golden Hill Cemetery. The collection contains a Certificate for Membership of West Side Benevolent Society 1914; Certificate in Hebrew; Certificate for Contribution of $1.00 for U.S. Jewish Relief Day Special Fund 1916; Grand College Talmud...
Scope and Contents Series 6 consists of National Council of Jewish Women events materials, including invitations, fliers, and programs that provide information about NCJW activities, their dates and locations, and the ways in which they were promoted.