Jewish college students
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
File — Box B412.01.0001: Series B412.01 [U186023258193]
Overview Box contains the 1931 Kynewisbok that belonged to Rowena M. Akers and a folder with University of Denver memorabilia and graduation materials. The items include a 5 centimeter Denver Boone patch, a 1930-1931 "D" Book, card printed with "Rowena Mae Akers," slip of paper printed with "Admission to the Exercises by separate ticket only," University of Denver Liberal Arts graduation invitation for June 7, 1933 at 8:00 P.M. at the Denver city auditorium, Class of 1933 play flyer at Elitch Gardens...
File — Box B088.04.0020: Series B088.04 [U186023246235]
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection contains records of the Judd construction company and personal papers of members of the Judd family. The materials in this collection primarily relate to the operation of the Judd Construction Company from 1949 through 1991 and concentrate on the construction industry in Denver, Colorado. The papers include legal documents, advertising, financial statements, checkbooks, bids on construction jobs, prints of architectural renderings for dams, blueprints, correspondence, diaries,...
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The collection includes Sam Weinstein's World War II army jacket and Jewish War Veterans uniform. The collection also contains a 1931 Kynewisbok (DU yearbook) that belonged to Rowena M. Akers and a folder with University of Denver memorabilia and graduation materials from 1933.
Overview Alexander Kagan was born in Paris, France in 1906 to Russian parents. At the age of 14, Alexander Kagan began work as a fabric designer and also as a designer of jewelry. His mother Chana (Anna) Kagan, his brother Haim Persah (Paul) and he came to the United States in 1922. He became a citizen in 1930 and was a fabric designer in New York. In 1942 he enlisted in the Army Air Corps and was stationed in Pueblo, Colorado. He graduated from the University of Denver in 1954 and died in the Denver...
Overview Phi Sigma Delta Fraternity was formed in 1909 at Columbia University and operated until in 1969-70, Phi Sigma Delta and Phi Epsilon Pi merged into Zeta Beta Tau. Phi Sigma Delta (Theta chapter) fraternity was organized at University of Colorado in 1919. Collection contains photographs, scrapbooks, publications, and administrative papers from Phi Sigma Delta, Theta 1918 through 1981.
Overview This file contains newsclippings and programs related to theater productions that Ron Loeb was in, as well as two (2) birthday poems written to his mother Dorothy, and Ron's Bris Certificate.
Overview File contains programs and newsclippings about theater productions that Ron Loeb was in. Productions include Fiddler on the Roof, Little Women, Oliver, The Student Prince, and others. Photographs of Ron in Fiddler on the Roof and The Student Prince are included.