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Denver (Colo.)

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Subject Source: Lcnaf

Found in 68344 Collections and/or Records:

Woodstock West Contact Sheet, 1970 May 10

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Identifier: U201.01.0132.0012.00004
Overview The contact sheet depicts unidentified individuals participating in woodstock, affiliated with the University of Denver, on 5-10-70.
Dates: 1970 May 10

Woodstock West: DU's Response to the Student Revolt, 1970 June 5

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Identifier: U219.03.0004.0022.00001
Overview Paper written for Comparative Revolutions class by Julie Callahan.
Dates: 1970 June 5

Woodstock West: Five Days of Freedom, 1970

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Identifier: U219.03.0004.0023.00003
Overview Woodstock West: Five Days of Freedom. A photographic documentary of events from May 8th, 1970 to May 13th, 1970. Published by the Matchless Publishing Company. Photography by Terry Datz.
Dates: 1970

Woodstock West Pamphlet, 1970

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Identifier: U219.02.0002.0007.00014
Overview Pamphlet distributed during Woodstock West by students, composed of assorted illustrations, poems, editorials and other writings from the movement.
Dates: 1970

Woodstock White Paper, 1970 May 13

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Identifier: U219.03.0004.0015.00003
Overview Woodstock White Paper calling on participants in Woodstock West to help replant grass and generally make the original Woodstock site beautiful.
Dates: 1970 May 13

Wool Prayer Shawl

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Identifier: B002.16.0315.00001
Overview A prayer shawl (tallis - Ashkenazic pronunciation, tallit - Sephardic pronunciation) made from wool with black heavy cotton or wool woven stripes. The lower sides have tzitzit (fringe). All four corners have a 3 1/2 in. x 3 1/2 in.square with a hole in the center from which the tzizit hang. There is an embroidered strip on the garment.
Dates: early-mid 20th century

Wool Prayer Shawl

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Identifier: B002.16.0315.00002
Overview A prayer shawl (tallis - Ashkenazic pronunciation, tallit - Sephardic pronunciation) made from wool with black cotton or wool woven stripes. The lower sides have tzitzit (fringe). All four corners have a 3 1/2 in. x 3 1/2 in. square with a hole in the center from which the tzizit hang. This prayer shawl has a piece of cloth sewn onto a portion of the wool, probably to mitigate wear and moth damage
Dates: early-mid 20th century

Wool Prayer Shawl

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Identifier: B002.16.0315.00003
Overview A prayer shawl (tallis - Ashkenazic pronunciation, tallit - Sephardic pronunciation) made from a light-weight wool with ivory silk and black cotton or wool woven stripes. The sides have tzitzit (fringe). All four corners have a 3 1/2 in. x 3 1/2 in.square of silk jacquard with a hole in the center from which the tzizit hang. There is an embroidered strip on the garment.
Dates: early-mid 20th century

Workers in an Unknown Business, between 1970-1990

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Identifier: B230.02.0014.00053
Overview Workers at an unknown business. The business appears to be related to publishing or bookbinding. The slide was used as part of the ''To Breathe Free'' slide show presented by RMJHS.
Dates: between 1970-1990

Workshop of Jewish Family and Children's Service, 1967

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Identifier: B063.04.0012.00023
Overview Mayor Currigan and John Kamlet at a Workshop of Jewish Family and Children's Services in Denver, Colorado. Tillye Levy and a representative of the United Way can be seen in the background.
Dates: 1967