Found in 118 Collections and/or Records:
Several unidentified people stand in groups in the Congregation Aaron cemetery during the 80th Anniversary celebration of Temple Aaron in Trinidad, Colorado.
Photograph of a photograph of seventeen unidentified men and women sitting and standing around a dining room table with a cake for the 80th Anniversary of Temple Aaron in Trinidad, Colorado.
This box contains documents related to Temple Aaron's effort to be recognized as a national historic site through the National Park System. At the time of this abstract, the historic site designation is still pending - 04/24/2023. There are four documents: 1. The NHL Executive Summary, 2. The National Historic Landmark Nomination, 3. Photograph log for the National Historic Landmark Nomination, and 4. Figures log for the National Historic Landmark Nomination.
Two identical poster boards (52 x 72 x 2 centimeters) "Saving a Sacred Place" with interior photos of the synagogue in disrepair; 2 framed newspaper articles about the restoration plans for the synangogue from December 2003 (articles are duplicated in the scrapbook and newspaper clippings folder in Box 3), 1 matted, unframed print of a watercolor painting of the synagogue by Daniel. Spivak, certificate from City of Lakewood to Foundation, and six Foundation buttons.
(2) identical 9th St. Historic Park "Preservation in Progress" Posters produced by Historic Denver Inc. The building on the lower right is Groussman's Store. Gorussman's was a Jewish run grocery store and the family lived on the second floor above the store.
Color film depicting a history of the American continent before European arrival. "Exploring the American Past: The first Americans in Colorado" Janet Moone personal print, color. Closing credits read "Photographed and Directed by Kenneth A. Meyer. Acknowledgements Mesa Verde National Park, University of Colorado Museum, the Westernaires. A Barbre Producetion, Denver."