Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Caroline "Carrie" Shevelson Benjamin was born in Russia in 1841 and died in New York in 1931. She had returned to New York from Denver, Colorado, around the turn of the century. Her family immigrated to the United States and settled in New York. Caroline Shevelson graduated from Syracuse University in 1881. After she married Maurice C. Benjamin, she relocated to Denver, where she was appointed by the governor to the Colorado Board of Charities. She was a founder of the Denver Women's Club and...
Overview Contains marriage certificate between William Stein and Lillian Stein, play about families in crisis, Certificates of Recognition, including from Allied Apartments, The American National Red Cross (January 1, 1946) and for Israel bonds.
Overview A large group of young women, members of the Council of Jewish Juniors, at a dress up party. Some of the women are dressed as men. Some of the women are identified as Rose Brown, Faye Zuker, Bev F. Wagner, Lillian L Burke, Naomi Hellerstein, Rose Siegel, Mary Jacobs, Pauline Quiat, Goldie Nathenson, Lil Rosenthal, Julie Ackeman, Jeani Wiseman, Agnes Grosby, Lillian Cohen, Rita Heller, Billie Stein, Vera Rothchild, Bertha Kerstein, Florence Spitzer, Irene Miller, and Zelma Perlou.
Overview Collage of photographs of women from a luncheon of the Council of Jewish Women. Top left to right Rita Silversmith, Jessie Lewin, and Amy Mayer; middle row left to right Flossie Schradsky Frankel and Elsie Lewin Stern; Bottom Bella Lewin Morse.''
Overview Six unidentified women stand around a registration table at the National Council of Jewish Women. The woman second from the left holds up a sign that reads: ''Delegate Registration... National Council of Jewish Women 70th Anniversary Convention, Minneapolis, Minn., Mar. 24-28 1963.''
Overview Several unidentified men and women pose in front of a car in Eldorado Springs, Colorado during a Denver Section Council of Jewish Women picnic for adults of National Jewish Hospital. Many of them are eating popsicles.