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    • Arizona Highways, September 1985

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, September 1985

      Contents:
      04 PIONEER JEWS
      13 CANOEING THE GRAND CANYON
      18 ARIZONIQUES
      20 CLOUDS - A PORTFOLIO
      28 SANTA CATALINA MOUNTAINS
      38 MINIATURE MUSEUMS
      46 BOOKSHELF
      48 YOURS...
    • Arizona Highways, November 1988

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, November 1988

      Contents:
      02 EDITOR’S PAGE
      03 LETTERS
      04 WICKENBURG AT 125 by Jerry Eaton. Like many a community founded on a mineral strike, Wickenburg might be only a ghost town today had it not been for a...
    • Behavioral health facilities by zip code

    • Arizona. Dept. of Health Services. Division of Licensing Services.
    • Mental health facilities--Arizona--Directories; Health facilities--Arizona--Directories;
    • 36 pages (PDF version). File size: 259.752 KB. "Tuesday, August 01, 2006"
    • Future Home of the Jewish Community Campus, 1998

    • Unknown
    • Jewish Community Center; Valley of the Sun Jewish Community Center
    • In 2002 the Valley of the Sun Jewish Community Center was built in Scottsdale. The Valley of the Sun JCC is part of the Ina Levine Jewish Community Campus which houses four other Jewish agencies including the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix,...
    • Arizona Highways, January 1996

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, January 1996

      Contents:
      p. 2 Along the Way, Searching the Bay Area for the Grave of Wyatt Earp, by Larry Tritten.
      p. 3 Letters to the Editor.
      p. 4 Ben Johnson: This all-around cowboy, champion roper, stuntman,...
    • United Jewish Welfare Fund Campaign Meeting, 1964

    • Unknown
    • United Jewish Welfare Fund; Jewish federation of Greater Phoenix
    • Volunteers from United Jewish Welfare Fund Business and Professionals group discuss 1964 Campaign at dinner meeting. Today the UJWF, known as the Jewish Federation of Phoenix, supports local and national Jewish organizations.
    • Jewish Dance Theater, circa 1960

    • Unknown
    • Jewish dance; Jewish Community Center
    • Members of the Jewish Dance Theater perform in front of the Maryland Avenue Jewish Community Center.
    • Phoenix High School of Jewish Studies Graduates, 1987

    • Unknown
    • Jewish students; Jewish youth; Jewish day schools
    • The Phoenix High School of Jewish Studies Graduates are: (front row from left) David Weinrach, Labe Targovnik, Steve Ozer, David Hecht, Amy Rutkin, JT Raskin, Karen Hessel, Julianne Azimov, Cori Scheiner, David Kirschner, Elan Schwartz, Robby Kort;...
    • United Jewish Welfare Fund, 1965

    • Unknown
    • Fundraising; United Jewish Appeal
    • Members of the United Jewish Welfare Fund stand in front of their campaign goal sign. The United Jewish Welfare Fund raises money for various Jewish causes. From left: Sid Kay, co-chairman retail; Manuel Bruder, co-chairman finance and insurance;...
    • Eddie Cantor at Jewish Federation, 1948

    • Unknown
    • Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix
    • Eddie Cantor, a Jewish entertainer, helps raise funds for Israel at a Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix meeting in 1948. The Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix was founded in 1940.
    • El Tiempo Pasando, Special Edition  May 2, 1975

    • Glendale Community College
    • Student publications--Arizona; Student newspapers and periodicals--Arizona; Glendale Community College (Maricopa County, Ariz.)
    • El Tiempo Pasando, Special Edition from May 2, 1975.
    • Ghetto 5 Mark

    • 1940 Ghetto Administration Litzmannstadt (Lodz)
    • Holocaust - Ghetto; World War II (1939-1945); World War II Artifacts; Nazi Germany and the Holocaust
    • This seemingly official banknote is part of currency printed during the Holocaust under the orders of Nazi Germany in occupied Poland. In some Jewish ghettos, the Nazi administration required the Jewish Councils (Judenrat) to use this “money” as...
    • Ghetto 2 Mark

    • 1940 Ghetto Administration Litzmannstadt (Lodz)
    • Holocaust - Ghetto; World War II (1939-1945); World War II Artifacts; Nazi Germany and the Holocaust
    • This seemingly official banknote is part of currency printed during the Holocaust under the orders of Nazi Germany in occupied Poland. In some Jewish ghettos, the Nazi administration required the Jewish Councils (Judenrat) to use this “money” as...
    • Ghetto 1 Mark

    • 1940 Ghetto Administration Litzmannstadt (Lodz)
    • Holocaust - Ghetto; World War II (1939-1945); World War II Artifacts; Nazi Germany and the Holocaust
    • This seemingly official banknote is part of currency printed during the Holocaust under the orders of Nazi Germany in occupied Poland. In some Jewish ghettos, the Nazi administration required the Jewish Councils (Judenrat) to use this “money” as...
    • Ghetto 50 Pfennig

    • 1940 Ghetto Administration Litzmannstadt (Lodz)
    • Holocaust - Ghetto; World War II (1939-1945); World War II Artifacts; Nazi Germany and the Holocaust
    • This seemingly official banknote is part of currency printed during the Holocaust under the orders of Nazi Germany in occupied Poland. In some Jewish ghettos, the Nazi administration required the Jewish Councils (Judenrat) to use this “money” as...
    • Arizona Highways, December 1983

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, December 1983

      Contents:
      02 AMERICA’S PREMIER HOLIDAY CARD.
      15 SOUTHWEST CHRISTMAS. Story by Vicky Hay.
      16 COWBOYS CAN BE SENTIMENTAL, TOO.
      20 HOW AMERICA EMBRACED THE GREETING CARD by Maggie...
    • Future site of Chabad Center for Jewish Life, 2002

    • Unknown
    • Orthodox Judaism; Jewish Community Centers
    • Michael Pollack (right), Chairman of the Building Committee, and Rabbi Mendy Deitsch (left), Director of Chabad of the East Valley, stand beside the sign at the future site of the Chabad Center for Jewish Life in Chandler, AZ. The Pollack Chabad...
    • Tri City JCC, 1988

    • Unknown
    • Jewish Community Centers;
    • The Jewish Organization of Tempe (JOT) was established in 1972 to provide Jewish families in the southeast valley with a preschool, a day camp, and a community center. The JOT became the Tri-City Jewish Community Center in 1982. In 1983 the...
    • Graduates of Phoenix High School of Jewish Studies, 1996

    • Unknown
    • Jewish day schools; Jewish youth
    • Graduates of the Phoenix High School of Jewish Studies Class of 1996 are: (back row, from left) Jaime Stern, Josh Nathan, Martin Aarons, Scott Schwartz, Avi Mallin, Saul Friedman, Adam Glasser; (third row, from left): Jason Cassidy, Joshua Kelter,...
    • Jewish Community Center Pre-school Class, 1969

    • Unknown
    • Jewish Community Center; Jewish youth
    • Graduates of the Jewish Community Center's Preschool happily clutch their diplomas. Back row: Kenneth Skolnick, Adam Nach, Jonathan Harris, Mrs Roger Hart, Mark Leach, Ellen Karp, Michael Williams; (center row): Allen Greene, Paul Wilk, Hal Owns,...
    • Jewish Community Center, circa 1950

    • Unknown
    • Jewish Community Center
    • The first JCC in Phoenix opened in 1945 in a small house on North Fourth Street. In 1953 it moved to a larger house on North Central Avenue. The next location was at 1510 East Camelback where the Phoenix Jewish Community Center remained until...
    • Jewish Family and Children's Services Past Presidents, 1990

    • Unknown
    • Organizations, Nonprofit
    • Jewish Family and Children's Services past presidents celebrate an anniversary of the organization. The organization was established in the early 1940s under the leadership of Rabbi Abraham L. Krohn as the Phoenix Jewish Social Service. In 1962,...
    • Elaine Hirsch Interview

    • Hirsch, Elaine
    • Phoenix; Jewish Community; Education; Resource Centers; Jewish Heritage and Identity.
    • Elaine Hirsch talks about growing up in a predominantly Jewish community in Cincinatti. She moved to Arizona in the late 1970s, and has been involved in Jewish education and resource libraries. Hirsch discusses the desire of those in the Jewish...
    • Eleanor Roosevelt at United Jewish Appeal Dinner, 1947

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life; United Jewish Appeal
    • Eleanor Roosevelt delivers the keynote address at a 1947 fundraiser in Phoenix benefiting the United Jewish Appeal. The UJA was a philanthropic organization dedicated to raising funds to assist Jews living in Europe and Palestine, which became...
    • Belle Bush and Nat Silverman, 1956

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life
    • Belle Bush and Nat Silverman light a menorah in 1956. Silverman (right) owned a furniture business in Phoenix and held leadership positions in the Jewish Federation of Phoenix, B'nai B'rith, Kivel Nursing Home, and the Phoenix Jewish Community...
    • JCC Preschoolers Celebrate Purim, 1970

    • Unknown
    • Purim; Holidays, Jewish; Jewish youth
    • Jewish Community Center Preschoolers are dressed up for Purim. From left: Jesse Waldman, Nicholas Beram, and Carrie Bramen.
    • Arizona Jewish Historical Society, 1988

    • Unknown
    • Arizona Jewish Historical Society;
    • Jerry Lewkowitz and Marshall Lehman, both sons of Arizona pioneers, established the Arizona Jewish Historical Society in 1981. The AJHS is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving the history of Jews in Arizona. Pearl Newmark was the...
    • Phoenix Hebrew Academy, 1990

    • Unknown
    • Phoenix Hebrew Academy (Phoenix, Ariz.); Jewish day schools
    • The Phoenix Hebrew Academy was established in 1965 by Rabbi David Rebibo as the Valley's first Jewish day school. The PHA teaches Orthodox philosophy but is open to all Jewish students.
    • Purim at Solomon Schechter Day School

    • unknown
    • Holidays, Jewish; Jewish youth; Jewish day schools; Purim
    • Students of Solomon Schechter Day School wear costumes for Purim. From left: Anna Harris, "Floyd", Meghan Marmor, and Zachary Goodman pose for the camera.
    • Kindergarten Graduates, 1967

    • Unknown
    • Jewish commmunity center; Jewish youth;
    • The Phoenix Jewish Community Center graduating kindergarten class of 1967 is (first row, from left): Julie Levine, Donita Gist, Marcia Robbins, Brooks Biddulph, Lisa Smith, Allison Ellis, Diane Shapiro, Jill Forman, Kitty Lawrens, Jenna Raskin;...
    • Arizona Jewish Historical Society, 2001

    • Unknown
    • Synagogues; Arizona Jewish Historical Society; Temple Beth Israel (Phoenix, Ariz.)
    • Kenneth and Lynda Diamond view photos on display at the November 18, 2001 rally to save the Culver Street synagogue. The building housed Phoenix's Jewish house of worship, Temple Beth Israel.
    • Tu B'Shevat, 1998

    • Unknown
    • Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix; Holidays, Jewish
    • Phoenix Mayor Skip Rimsza and Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix President Elaine Schreiber help children plant trees at Indian School Park in honor of Tu B'Shevat and Israel's 50th Birthday. Tu B'Shevat is the day that marks the new year for...
    • Purim Carnival, 1966

    • Unknown
    • Holidays, Jewish; Purim; Jewish Community Center
    • The Second Annual Jewish Community Center Purim Carnival was held on March 13, 1966. Mrs. Robert Shapiro plays the piano while Dr. Mel Pollack (left), Arville Yancher (center), and Sheil Gaylor (right) sing along.
    • Camp Charles Pearlstein

    • Unknown
    • Jewish Camps; Jewish Youth
    • Camp Pearlstein, located in Prescott, was established more than thirty years ago by Temple Beth Israel. Today it is still the only Jewish overnight camp in Arizona.
    • Future Home of Temple Beth Shalom of Sun City, 1969

    • Unknown
    • synagogues; Jewish Community Center
    • Temple Beth Shalom of Sun City was established in 1969 as a reform congregation and Jewish Community Center. In 1971 Rabbi Albert A. Michels became the first rabbi of the temple. Today, Temple Beth Shalom is the home of the Northwest Valley...
    • Law Office of Barnett Marks, 1914

    • unknown
    • Jewish lawyers
    • Barnett Marks was one of the first Jewish lawyers to practice in Phoenix. Marks arrived in the Arizona Territory with his wife, Freeda, in 1905. The couple was active in the Jewish community, and they were responsible for founding Congregation...
    • Leo Kelman, 1987

    • Unknown
    • American Jewish Committee
    • Leo Kelman (center) accepts an award from the American Jewish Committee for his outstanding leadership and commitment to the Jewish community. He is pictured with his wife Evie and brother-in-law Herman Kursh.
    • Arizona Senator John McCain, 1988

    • Unknown
    • McCain, John, 1936-; Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix; Arizona Politics and government
    • U.S. Senator John McCain makes calls for the Jewish Federation's Super Sunday annual phonathon to raise money for the Jewish community.
    • Curtain Call Theater Camp, 1997

    • Unknown
    • Jewish youth; Jewish camps
    • Campers at Curtain Call Theater Camp pose for a picture. Janet Arnold,the founder and producing director of the Arizona Jewish Theater Company, developed Curtain Call in 1990.
    • Hanging out at the JCC

    • Unknown
    • Jewish community centers
    • The Maryland Avenue Jewish Community Center was a popular spot for many different Jewish events, celebrations, and programs. The Maryland Avenue JCC opened in 1962 and remained opend until 1996. The Valley of the Sun JCC opened in 2002.
    • National Council for Jewish Women, 1983

    • Unknown
    • Jewish women;
    • The new officers of the valley section of the National Council of Jewish Women are: Sylvia Ulan, Barbara Mannis, Bobbi Unger, Debby Finkel, and Barbara Dankberg.
    • Jerry Lewkowitz, 1973

    • Unknown
    • Arizona Politics and government, Jewish lawyers
    • Jerry Lewkowitz, a prominent Phoenix attorney and civic activist, has been involved in numerous community organizations including the Phoenix Open Golf Tournament, Phoenix Children's Hospital, University of Arizona Heart Center Foundation, and the...
    • Temple Emanuel Junior Choir, 2002

    • Unknown
    • Jewish schools; Jewish youth; Synagogues; Holidays, Jewish; Hanukkah
    • Temple Emanuel Junior Choir sings Hanukkah songs to Alzheimer patients at a nursing home in Ahwatukee.

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