Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Booklet concerning Denver's Jewish artists and history, including: Haim David Spivak (1893-1932), Marianne Pisko Hausmann (1880-1969), Eunice Katz (1914-1994), Ruth Sherbok (1916-2006), Mary Cane Robinson (1910-1992), William Sanderson (1905-1990), Roland Detre (1903-1995), Mel Silverman (1931-1966), Greta Hilb (1904-1998), Irene Stein (1894-2000), and Elizabeth Yanish Shwayder.
Dates: 1992 December 20-1993 February 28
Abstract Talks about the SCFD (The Science and Cultural Funds District) and how it has helped the arts in Denver which includes the Museums, Zoo, Botanical Gardens and Performing Arts.
Abstract Byron Akers, the owner of the Colorado Car Museum and the Ghost Town in Colorado Springs, reflects on his long time obsession with automobiles. Akers was born in Denver and moved to Colorado Springs and reflects on the introduction of the car. Recalls the transition from horse and buggy carriages to automobiles, the first automobile trip up Pikes Peak, and the cars he owns, including the steamer Locomobile.
Dates: Date Not Yet Determined
Abstract Brief biographies of Jewish artists, musicians, composers, and conductors in Colorado. Jewish influence on arts in Colorado.
Abstract The Mizel Museum, an educational, nonprofit organization, is Denver’s only museum that addresses today’s social justice issues through the lens of Jewish history and values. We encourage people of all ages and backgrounds to celebrate diversity and equality and to combat discrimination and hatred. Our programs, events and exhibits address these and other social issues and encourage positive change in our communities.The Mizel Museum is Denver's Jewish museum, offering exhibit tours, cultural...
Dates: Other: 1994-2015
Scope and Contents Folder contains brochures "Temple Israel: A Frontier Synagogue and Museum," which give the history of the restored temple, and several online informational packets about Jewish Leadville, printed.