Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 229 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Series 4 contains correspondence, often on NCJW letterhead, between members or officers of the NCJW Denver Section and other individuals within the community. Most notable are a resignation letter from Fannie A. Heller (1925) and letters to the Denver Section from Carrie E. Livingston (1927), Ray S. David, and Carrie Benjamin.
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,...
Overview Dr. Kenneth Gottesfeld served as an army physician specializing in obstetrics and gynecology from 1968-1969. The file contains a letter of appreciation from a patient at the William Beaumont General Hospital, report on the use of sonar scans to prevent fetal deaths, a letter from the University of Colorado, and an envelope from the Denver Women's Clinic run by Stuart and Kenneth Gottesfeld.
Overview The collection consists of original letters between Dr. Charles Spivak and his family and colleagues during Dr. Spivak's travels to Poland via France in the 1920s. Dr. Spivak was appointed a member of the Joint Distribution Committee's relief unit to study health and sanitation in Europe after World War I.