Speeches, addresses, etc
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Overview Speech given in New York City in 1948. Thanks audience for support of National Home for Jewish Children in Denver. She explains that over half of the children in the Home come from New York City.
Overview Speech given on July 22, 1950 by Fannie Lorber to commemorate the acceptance of the Daniel L. Simon Building. The building was a a dormitory to house boys and girls at the National Home for Jewish Children in Denver.
Overview Speech given by Fannie Lorber on July 24, 1950 on the acceptance of a plaque presented to the National Home for Jewish Children in Denver. The plaque commemorates the 50th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Lorber's service.
Address by Mrs. Lorber at the Ground-Breaking Ceremonies for the Daniel L. Simon Building, National Home for Jewish Children, July 5, 1948, 1948 July 5
Overview Fannie Lorber's speech for the ground-breaking ceremony for the Daniel L. Simon Building, a dormitory to house 36 boys and girls at the National Home for Jewish Children in Denver.
American Newspaper Women's Club reception honoring wives of new senators: New faces of 1963, 1963 January 6
Overview Senator Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) joins other freshmen senators of the 88th Congress in paying tribute to their wives during a reception held by the American Newspaper Women's Club at Paul Young's Restaurant in Washington, D.C. on January 6, 1963. The Republican and Democratic senators, introduced by Senator Thomas H. Kuchel (R-Calif.) and Senator Vance Hartke (D-Ind.), include Milward L. Simpson (R-Wyo.), Leonard B. Jordan (R-Idaho), Birch Bayh (D-Ind.), Daniel B. Brewster (D-Md.), Daniel K....
Overview Commencement address by His Excellency, Muhammad Zafrulla Khan, President of the United Nations General Assambly and Permanent Representative from Pakistan to the United Nations, delivered at the University of Denver, August 16, 1963.
Overview Senator Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) announces his candidacy for re-nomination and re-election to the United States Senate on May 21, 1968. Sen. Dominick states that he hopes to continue his service to Colorado and the United States so that he can work to achieve stability at home and abroad, provide resources for the U.S. government and create educational and job opportunities for the citizens of Colorado and the United States
Overview Typed manuscript of lecture series. Indian Religion: The Leona Boas Wilkerson Memorial Lectures , given at the Iliff School of Theology by E.B. Renaud, Ph.D. Fall Quarter 1939