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  • Alumni - Central City - Photos, 1968-1984

    Record ID: U201.01.0077.0011

    Component Level: File

    Creator: University of Denver

    Abstract: Contains black and white photographic prints, negatives, and contact sheets of University of Denver alumni events in Central City.

  • McFarlane, Ida Kruse Photos, 1943-1944

    Record ID: U201.02.0140.0018

    Component Level: File

    Creator: University of Denver

    Abstract: 3 black and white prints of portraits of Ida Kruse McFarlane, professor of English at the University of Denver and donor of the Central City Opera House. Also includes 8 black and white prints of the Ida Kruse McFarlane Memorial in Central City, Colo. and 3 black and white halftone copies of a headshot of McFarlane.

  • Central City Opera House Association, 1975-1977

    Record ID: M028.02.0006.0020

    Component Level: File

    Abstract: Types of Materials: memos, meeting minutes, schedule, bylaws, financial statements

  • Central City, Miscellaneous Pictures, Elitch's

    Record ID: B229.01.0008.0002

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: Silent color film depicting various scenes from around Las Vegas, Central City, and Elitch Gardens amusement park.

  • Aspen Leaves in Fall, 1974

    Record ID: B229.01.0011.00001

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: Silent color film depicting scenes from around Colorado, including Estes Park, Black Hawk, Central City, and Rocky Mountain National Park.

  • Shulman and Saly Children of Central City, Colorado

    Summary: Six children from the Shulman and Saly families dressed in clothes of the opposite gender (2nd from right, Tillye Shulman Levy). The Shulman and Saly families were Jewish residents of Central City, Colorado before the turn of the 20th century.

  • David Kline, First President of Denver's B'nai B'rith

    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10176/codu:63982

    Summary: Formal portrait of Denver Jewish pioneer merchant David Kline, who moved to the city in 1865 and served as the first president of Denver's B'nai B'rith Lodge No. 171. He and Charles Schayer had also been leading members of the Hebrew Burial Society, which evolved into the Hebrew Benevolent Society.

  • Sisters Rachel and Betsy Kobey

    Summary: Sisters Rachel Leah Kobey Shwayder and Betsy Kobey Rachofsky pose together in front of a painted scene in Central City.

  • Lewin Girls and Friends

    Summary: Two Lewin sisters, Barbara Landman, and Lily Rachofsky seated on the ground wearing men's clothing during a visit to the Rachofsky family in Central City, Colorado.

  • Rachofsky's New York Store in Central City, Colorado

    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10176/codu:60005

    Summary: Exterior of Abraham Rachofsky's New York Store in Central City, Colorado. The store originally was owned by pioneer Abraham Rittmaster and then was purchased by his nephew Abraham Rachofsky who became one of the city's most important businessmen.