Speeches, addresses, etc
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 437 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Fannie Lorber's thanks people for their generosity and service over the 44 years of the National Home for Jewish Children in Denver.
Dates: 1952 January
Abstract Howard Jenkins, Jr., (1915-2003) was a labor law attorney who was the first African-American appointed to the U.S. National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), where he served from 1963-1983. He began his law career in Denver, Colorado and was Professor of Law at Howard University School of Law from 1946-1955. He also served as Special Assistant to the Solicitor of Labor, 1956-1959; Director of the Office of Regulations at the Bureau of Labor-Management Reports, 1959-1962; and Assistant...
Dates: 1935-1997; Majority of material found within 1963-1983
Introduction of Mrs. Stella Alperin, President of the Cleveland Auxiliary, and Hyman J. Alperin, National Trustee, undated
Abstract Four paragraph introduction of Mrs. Stella Alperin, who was president of the Cleveland Auxiliary, and her husband, Hyman J. Alperin, National Trustee.
Abstract Jack Foster (1906-1978) was a journalist and editor of the Rocky Mountain News in Denver, Colorado from 1940-1970. He changed the format of the newspaper to a magazine-style format in an effort to sustain it in the early 1940s. He also introduced an advice column, the Molly Mayfield column, written by his wife Frances. His papers include correspondence with Dwight D. Eishenhower, Roy W. and Jack Howard of Scripps-Howard News Service, and Richard Nixon, as well as typewritten copies of...
Abstract Fannie Lorber's Building Acceptance Speech at the 48th Anniversary Auxiliary Convention of the Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children in Denver. the building was named in memory of her husband, Jacob N. Lorber.
Dates: 1955 July 31
Abstract Fannie Lorber's welcome address speech for the 48th Anniversary Auxiliary Convention of the Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children in Denver.
Dates: 1955 July 31
Abstract Senator Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) delivers a speech at a dinner celebrating Kansas Day in Topeka, Kansas on January 29, 1963. Sen. Dominick talks in depth about United States foreign policy as it relates to Laos, Cuba and South Vietnam as well as the threat posed by the spread of communism. Dominick also briefly covers subjects including vote fraud, the role of the state of Kansas in United States history and comparisons between the states of Kansas and Colorado.
Dates: 1963 January 29