Talmud Torah (Judaism)
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Thirteen young men and women wearing graduation caps and gowns pose with seven men during their Talmud Torah class graduation from Hebrew Educational Alliance. Identified graduates are Bernie Papper, Lawrence Heller, and Howard Weiner.
Several young men and women stand on stage in Congregation Hebrew Educational Alliance wearing graduation caps and gowns with two men during their graduation from Sunday School.
Jacob Gorden who was a Schohet, Talmudic scholar, and later a mohel, emigrated to Denver in 1914 from Kolki,Russia to join his uncle, Velvel Heller. Soon Jacob had saved enough to bring his wife Charlotte and daughter Bess over, and the family settled on the Denver's west side. Two more daughters and a son were born in the family. Collection contains papers and notes related to Jacob Gorden from 1920, documents, and digitized photographs from circa 1900 to 1969.
Letter from C.D. Spivak to L. Daily. Spivak tells Louis that his brother was entitled to enter the sanatorium for several reasons. Spivak also thanks Louis for providing him with a copy of his article “Talmud and Tuberculosis” because Spivak is interested in everything written about medicine. Spivak adds a postscript that tells Louis that he will mail several of his own articles that he has written about medical service under separate cover.
Letter from L. Daily to C.D. Spivak. Daily expresses his thanks to Spivak for admitting his brother to the sanatorium. Daily hopes that his brother will recover under the care of JCRS. Daily also offers Spivak a copy of his article “Talmud and Tuberculosis” that he wrote because that is all he can afford to give. Daily says that his brother wrote to him and told him that he is already starting to feel better.
The Talmudic Research Institute (TRI-Sulom Congregation) was an orthodox Chasidic synagogue and study center organized by Rabbi B. C. Shloime Twerski in 1970. He was succeeded in 1981 by his son Rabbi Mordecai D. Twerski. Rabbi Mordecai Twerski led the TRI-Sulom until returning to New York in 2000. The records consist of three annual fundraising dinner journals.