Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 133 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Left to right back row: Vic Rose, Hy Coggan, unidentified, and Ben Blumberg. Left to right front row: Joe Meeks, Sid Jacobs, Rabbi Lilyvel, and Judge Charles Rosenbaum pose together at a B'nai B'rith Lodge 171 event.
Dates: circa 1939
Overview Eight men associated with B'nai B'rith, Lodge 171, Denver, Colorado pose together and the head and shoulder portraits of two other men have been added to the photograph. Back row left to right: Saul Pinchick, Sanford Hertz, Ben Blumberg, Larry Lihrik, Joe Cohen, and Mrs. Litman. Front row left to right: Mickey Miller, Mandel Berenbaum, Mickey Freed, and Simon Quiat.''
Dates: between 1935-1950
Overview Four men, members of B'nai B'rith, pose together at a dinner. Back row left to right are Dave Goldstein and Judge Al Cohen; front row left to right are Jack Capito and Ben Blumberg.
Dates: between 1940-1960
Overview Ten members of B'nai B'rith dressed in tuxedos pose together, some seated on and some standing behind a couch. Back row left to right: John Streltzer, Si Quiat, Mel Zelinger, and an unidentified man. Front row left to right: Harold Cohen, Lou Gelt, Joe Mosko, Ben Blumberg, Saul Pinchick, and A. B. Hirschfeld.
Overview Left to right: Arthur Hayutin, Mayor Quigg Newton, unidentified, Gert Stillman, Ms. Wagner, and Ben Blumberg pose together in front of an American flag. Mayer Quigg Newton and the unidentified man hold a copy of ''A Measure of Freedom'' by Arnold Forster between them.
Dates: circa 1950
Overview Members of B'nai B'rith and B'nai B'rith women seated on the stage at the B'nai B'rith building in Denver, Colorado behind Rabbi Arthur Lelyveld who is standing at a speaker's podium. Seated left to right are Ben Blumberg, Ruby Sunshine Barter, an unidentified woman, Hyman Coggan, an unidentified man, and Vic Rose.
Dates: between 1950-1970
Overview Inaugural issue. ''Truth and accuracy are the only masters The West End Press will have. It is not a newspaper designed to make much money. Rather it is intended to serve well a community that long has been without a publication it could call its own. These columns will never be closed to constructive thought on any side of a question. We desire to gather and to print all the news of life as it goes on in the homes, the schools, the stores, and on the streets of our community. Opinions will be...
Dates: 1934 February 16