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Marcia Tremmel Goldstein

Marcia Tremmel Goldstein holds an M.A. in American history from University of Colorado in Denver and is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Colorado at Boulder. She is the author of Denver Women in Their Places: A Guide to Women’s History Sites (2002). Stemming from her focus on suffrage and the political history of women in the American West, she has served as a consultant for One Woman, One Vote (part of the PBS series American Experience). She curated and authored This Shall Be the Land for Women: The Struggle for Suffrage in the West (2000), an on-line exhibit for the Women of the West Museum.

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Fannie Eller Lorber

Fannie Eller Lorber was Denver’s twentieth-century “friend of children.” The Colorado philanthropist worked on behalf of Jewish children suffering from the devastating effects of lung disease, believing that “the cause of a child is the cause of humanity.” Lorber epitomized the volunteer spirit of urban Jewish women in the American West, where established institutions for the poor and infirm were scarce. She founded the Denver Jewish Sheltering Home for the children of tuberculosis patients in 1907, and remained its president and chief fund-raiser for over fifty years. Later renamed the National Home for Jewish Children (NHJC), the institution merged with the National Jewish Hospital in 1978, and it remains a world-class medical and educational facility. Thousands of the NHJC’s “alumni” are the living legacy of Fannie Lorber and Jewish female philanthropy during the Progressive Era.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Marcia Tremmel Goldstein." (Viewed on May 28, 2020) <>.


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