Location Index #2 – Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois

WSJH Journal Index #2

Index by Geographical Location of Articles

This is a secondary index. If the item can be located in the “Person” Index, it probably will not be on the “Location” Index.

General Location; Article Title; Author; Volume/Issue*

* Example:   21/4 = Vol. 21, No. 4

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Bergerman, Jake, in the Colorado Territory and the Land of the Mormons; Jack Sullivan and Victoria Fisch; 46/1

C. E. H. Kauvar: A Sketch of a Colorado Rabbi’s Life; Michael W. Rubinoff; 10/4

Career of a Colorado Zionist: Rabbi C.E.H. Kauvar of Denver; Michael W. Rubinoff; 18/4

Colorado’s Big Little Man; Michael Kaplan; 4/3

Colorado Family History; Hannah Shwayder Berry; 5/3

Crisis in Conservative Judaism, Denver, 194901958; Michael W. Rubinoff; 12/4

Denver Committee Asks Jews to Raise $250,000; 26/2

Denver’s Legendary Joe “Awful” Coffee: 1904-1994, an Obituary; Hillel Goldberg; 28/1

Denver’s Rabbi William S. Friedman: His Ideas and Influence; Marjorie Hornbein; 13/2

Dr. Charles Spivak of Denver: Physician, Social Worker, Yiddish Author; Marjorie Hornbein; 11/3

Dr. John Elsner, A Colorado Pioneer; Marjorie Hornbein; 13/4

Frances Jacobs: Denver’s Mother of Charities; Marjorie Hornbein; 15/2

From a Tubercular to a Cowboy to a Faro Dealer in Colorado, 1890’s; Robert S. Zuckerman; 15/4

Golda Meir House, Denver Colorado: 1998 Update; Gladys Sturman; 31/1

Hitler’s Gift to the University of Denver; Paul M. Priebe and Michael W. Rubinoff; 9/1

Jewish Brothers of Trinidad, Colorado; Marjorie Hornbein; 28/2

The Jewish Consumptive Relief Society: Why Jews Came to Colorado; Andrea Jacobs; 45/3

Jewish Pioneers of Denver; 1879; William M. Kramer; 42/2-3

Jews of Trinidad, Colorado: Have You Ever Heard of Trinidad, Colorado?; 28/2

Jokers in the Republican Deck: The Political Career of Otto Mears, 1881-1889; Michael Kaplan; 7/4

Judith Tova Tower: Remembrance on the Colorado Prairie, 1930-1991; Stuart F. Tower; 31/4

Leadville in Its Heyday; 14/1

Life and Times of Denver’s Joe “Awful” Coffee; Chris Leppek; 28/1

Memories of the Jewish Farmers and Ranchers of Colorado; Max P. Cowan; 9/3

Memories of the National Jewish Hospital of Denver in 1908; Shana Korngold; 12/2

New Synagogue in Pueblo, Colorado, 1900; 19/2

Newhouse, Samuel, Mining Magnate of Colorado & Utah, 1854-1930; Norton B. Stern; 47/1.

Otto Mears, Russian Jew Who Built Southwest Empire and Fought Indians, Dead at 91; 25/4

Philip Hornbein, A Jewish New Dealer in Denver; Jeanne Abrams 17/1

Reaction to Hitler by the Intermountain Jewish News of Denver; Michael W. Rubinoff; 9/4

Restoration of Golda Meir House by the Auroria Foundation, Denver, Colorado, 1989; Larry Ambrose; 30/4

Seraphine Pisko at Denver’s National Jewish Hospital, Gender and the Origins of Philanthropic Professionalism; William Toll; 30/1

Slight Difference of Opinion, 1900; 26/3

Synagogue for Leadville, Colorado, 1884; 16/2

Synagogue for Trinidad, Colorado, 1889; 11/1

Trinidad, Colorado’s Jewish Women: The Domestic Basis of Community, 1889-1910; William Toll; 28/2

Woman Who Pioneered Modern Fundraising in the West; Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer; 19/4


Beginning of the Organized Jewish Community of Honolulu; Rudolf I. Coffee; 14/4

King Kalakua’s Scroll and Pointer; Jacob Adler; 3/3

Hawaiian King Kalakua’s Scroll and Pointer II; Jacob Adler and Julius J. Nodel; 6/1

High Holy Days in Honolulu, 1919; 17/1

Honolulu Jewry in 1919; Harris, Victor; 11/3

Jewry and Judaism in the Hawaiian Islands in 1935; Kenneth C. Zwerin; 12/3

Jews in the Sandwich Islands; Rudolf Glantz; 6/3


Congregation Beth Israel, Boise, Idaho in 1899; 22/4

First Jewish Governor: Moses Alexander of Idaho; Arthur Weyne; 9/1

Idaho’s First Jewish Congregation; 8/3

Jews of Southeastern Idaho; Nancy Schoenberg; 18/4


Ernestine and Louise Heller: “The Girls” in Chicago; Ruth Heller Steiner; 31/2

Jewish Life and Thought in an Academic Community: University of Illinois, 1962; Henry Cohen; 31/2

Lincoln and Samuel G. Alschuler; Alschuler, Al; 11/2

A Rabbi’s Travail; Chicago; Dr. William Kramer; 42/2-3

Samuels, Professor Ernest, Pioneering Jewish Educator Who Broke the Back of Academic Elitism; David Bittner, 46/1

State of the Union: A Brief History of Jewish Involvement in Chicago’s Labor Movement from 1886; N. Sue weiler; 31/1

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