Jewish day schools
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Public Note: Here are entered works dealing with elementary and secondary schools whose pupils receive their entire education under Jewish auspices, control, or support. Works dealing with schools teaching Jewish subject matter only are entered under: Jewish religious schools.See From: Jewish schools; Hebrew day schools; Schools, Jewish
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Overview The Beck Archives Photograph Collection contains photographs, negatives, and other materials which reflect the rich, varied, and vibrant Jewish experience in the Rocky Mountain region, with a special emphasis on Colorado. It also contains some photographs from other states and countries.
Dates: 1790-2006; 1790 - 2006
Overview Hillel Academy of Denver is an orthodox Jewish day school (yeshiva ketana) in which religious and secular instruction takes place for preschool through 8th grade students. It was begun in 1953 and is part of a network of orthodox day schools in the United States. Collection contains meeting minutes, administrative notes, scrapbooks, Annual Dinner programs and appointment calendars from the Hillel Academy of Denver, Colorado from 1963 through 1990.
Overview Scrapbook containing ephemera relating to James Radetsky’s numerous service and philanthropic endeavors in addition to the Jewish National Fund. James, along with three other community members, found a Jewish Day School in Denver, Hillel Academy. He also served on the board of many Denver area organizations.
Dates: Coverage: 1943-1989
Overview Linas Hazedek was established as an Orthodox Jewish non-profit benevolent organization. The constitution for the organization dates to September 1921, although the organization was not incorporated by the State of Colorado until 1955. The organization provided visits to sick members and performed services and last rites for deceased members. All donations to the organization were to be used for the funeral expenses of the members. It operated originally at the Synagogue at Hooker Street and...
Overview Topics covered: Early life in Austria, Chedar education, only surviving child of 10 boys (all others died in infancy, mother died at tuberculosis, Czarist Russia, Polish/Russian relations, came to US at 15 years old, memories of his grandparents, ended up in South Bend, Indiana with his uncle working with horses, went to night school to learn English, farm work, Austrian Army, married and lived in Toledo.
Dates: 1979 August 4