Subject Source: Library of Congress Name Authority File
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Dancing film for the 10th Annual National Square Dance Convention on June 29, 30, and July 1st, 1961 at Cobo Hall Arena in Detroit Michigan.
Dates: 1961 June 29-July 1
Abstract Contains black and white photographic print and contact sheets of University of Denver Detroit alumni.
Abstract File includes information on NCJW bylaws and policies from 1976-2008. These include bylaws specific to the Denver section, the Colorado section, national section, and several other sections.
Abstract According to Horace Waters, the family of Meyers Harris was in Boulder during the 1870s and 1880s. He and his wife Jeanett had four daughters (Anna, Sarah, Etta, Rebecca), all of whom were born in Michigan before the family moved to Colorado. The families of Benjamin, Moses, and George B. Holstein were in Boulder and Blackhawk during the 1870s and 80s, where they were involved in the clothing and mining industries (specifically the Cohen Lode).
Abstract Various materials related to the Detroit Committee for Soviet Jewry. Member of Union of Councils for Soviet Jews.
Abstract Handwritten envelope in blue ink addressed to American Medical Center, at 6401 West Colfax Ave, Denver, Colorado 80214. On the backside of the envelope is written a return address for Isadore Gordon at 13353 S Norfolk, Detroit, Michigan 48235.
Dates: 1972 May 8
Abstract Empty envelope from JCRS to Sarah Yudelowitz. The envelope has a stamp on the front in the shape of a pointing finger that says, "Returned to writer unclaimed from Detroit Mich." There are several dates stamped on the front and back of the envelope from its time travelling.
Dates: 1910 April 26
Abstract Typed letter from B.J. Hart of the United Jewish Charities to C.D. Spivak. Hart informs Spivak that they did not receive a telegram from JCRS and they also did not know Dave Yudelowitz died. Hart mentions that Yudelowitz left his charity against their orders. Also, the neighborhood gathered a collection of money for him. He states at the end of the letter that Mr. Yudelowitz was not married and the address to Sarah Yudelowitz was actually where Mr. Yudelowitz boarded before admitting himself to...
Dates: 1910 May 10
Abstract Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to A. Benjamin of the United Jewish Charities. Spivak tells Benjamin that he cannot locate Sarah Yudelowitz in Detroit Michigan and he has $62.47 in cash to give to her from her deceased husband. Spivak admits that he already reached out to Benjamin asking for help to find Sarah, but has not received a reply. He again asks Benjamin if the United Jewish Charities can help Spivak find Sarah's address so that he can return the money that belongs to her.
Dates: 1910 May 7