Los Angeles (Calif.)
Found in 31 Collections and/or Records:
Typed letter from Dr. Spivak to Aaron Shapiro, saying Tillie Gleaner was a very sick woman, so they had to let her go. "She probably wanted to die near her folks." Letter is unsigned but "CDS" is typed at the bottom.
Typed letter from Dr. Spivak to Jake Gleaner, informing his wife, Tillie Gleaner, was invited to the sanatorium. Letter is unsigned but "CDS" is typed at the bottom.
Copy of a letter written by Dorothy Vorse to the editor of the Los Angeles Times lamenting the coverage of student riots that has largely omitted the actions of University of Denver Chancellor Maurice B. Mitchell.
Fannie Lorber's speech for the Los Angeles Auxiliary Dinner Dance for the Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children in Denver on March 20, 1955.
Mrs. Lorber's Greeting at the 43rd Anniversary Dinner, Los Angeles, February 26, 1950., 1950 February 26
Greeting speech given by Fannie Lorber at the 43rd Anniversary Dinner of the National Home for Jewish Children in Denver in Los Angeles, California on February 26, 1950. She expresses the desire to transport to Los Angeles the new Daniel L. Simon Building that will give relief to an additional 36 children.
Members of the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW), Denver Section attend the 23rd Biennial Convention of the National Council of Jewish Women held in Los Angeles, Calif. in 1959, including from left to right: Myra Levy, an unidentified registrar, Mary Jacobs, Bernice Frieder, an unidentified woman, Faye Schayer, Billie Stein, Marilyn Berenbeim, Saralee Pollock (later Shaper) and an unidentified woman.
A large group of people stand on steps at the Soldiers Home near Los Angeles, California. In the photograph are Martha Harris, Doris Peyser, Aimee Peyser, and Rachel Peyser.
Born in Kansas in 1859, Kline journeyed to Denver with his family in 1862 behind a mule team. In his memoir he recalls the Cherry Creek flood of 1864, Lincoln's assassination, and living on the outskirts of Denver.