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  • Frances Wisebart Jacobs, between 1880-1890

    Record ID: B148.03.0006.00001

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: Frances Wisebart Jacobs in an oval portrait of her head and shoulders. Frances Wisebart Jacobs came to Colorado as a young bride in 1863, and she and her husband, Abraham Jacobs, made their first home in Central City, Colorado. After the family relocated to Denver, Colorado, she became known in the local Jewish and general community and nationally as Denver's ''Mother of Charities'' for her central role in philanthropy. She was an officer in several charitable organizations and helped to found both the National Jewish Hospital for Consumptives and the Denver Charity Organization Society, the forerunner of what became the National United Way. The item is a copy photograph.

  • Anne and Dorothy Levitt, circa 1925

    Record ID: B315.01.0002.00001

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: Sisters Dorothy and Anne Levitt are standing in front of a building. Dorothy Levitt, standing on the left, is wearing a necklace and Anne Levitt has ribbons on her dress. The girls' parents were Isadore and Yetta Prezant Levitt.

  • Morey Marcus, 1/27/1934

    Record ID: B315.01.0002.00002

    Component Level: Item

    Creator: Pursell, Mead

    Abstract: Morey Marcus is dressed in a suit and tie in a head and shoulder portrait. He was confirmed at Temple Emanuel in Denver, Colorado in about 1932. He married Anne Levitt on September 29, 1940.

  • Isadore and Yetta Prezant Levitt 50th Wedding Anniversary, circa 1948

    Record ID: B315.01.0002.00003

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    Abstract: Isadore (Shea) and Yetta Prezant Levitt are standing inside the Congregation Zera Abraham synagogue in a full-length portrait. Yetta Levitt is wearing a dress with a corsage and Isadore Levitt is wearing a suit and hat with a boutonnière. They came from Russia in the early 1900s and settled in the Eastern European Jewish neighborhood around West Colfax Avenue in Denver, Colorado. The Zera Abraham synagogue, at 1560 Julian street, was founded in 1887 by former colonists in Cotopaxi, Colorado.

  • Morey and Anne Levitt Marcus Wedding Portrait, 9/29/1940

    Record ID: B315.01.0002.00004

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: Morey and Anne Levitt Marcus are standing in a synagogue in a full-length portrait. Anne Marcus is wearing a wedding dress with a veil and Morey Levitt is wearing a suit and hat.

  • Levitt Children, circa 1923

    Record ID: B315.01.0002.00005

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: The Levitt children are standing in front of their brick home at 15th street and Dale Court in Denver, Colorado. In the back row from left to right are Morris (Moshe) Levitt, Tillie Levitt (Tein), and Mary Levitt (Rubanowitz). In the front row from left to right are Anne Levitt (Marcus), Edward Levitt, and Dorothy Levitt (Cohen). The children's' parents were Isadore and Yetta Prezant Levitt who settled in the Eastern European Jewish neighborhood around West Colfax Avenue.

  • Older Levitt Children, circa 1918

    Record ID: B315.01.0002.00006

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: The Levitt children are standing in front of their home on Dale Court in Denver, Colorado. From top clockwise is Sarah Levitt (Richardson), Jerry Levitt, Mary Levitt (Rubanowitz), Moshe Levitt, Anne Levitt (Marcus), Tillie Levitt (Tein), and Nathan Levitt. The children's' parents were Isadore and Yetta Prezant Levitt who settled in the Eastern European Jewish neighborhood around West Colfax Avenue.

  • Yetta Levitt and Family, circa 1952

    Record ID: B315.01.0002.00007

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: Members of the extended Levitt family are posing in two rows. Front row from left to right: Mary Levitt Rubanowitz, Anna Spector, and Yetta Levitt. Back row from left to right: Ronald Rubanowitz, Marion Spector Levitt, Anne Levitt Marcus, and Margaret Chizewer Levitt.

  • Lillian Richardson Kahn, circa 1955

    Record ID: B315.01.0002.00008

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: Lillian Richardson Kahn is sitting outside in a coat, slacks and a hat. There is a lamp-post, snow and trees behind her. Lillian Cohen was the daughter of George Richardson and Sarah Levitt Richardson.

  • Levitt Sisters with Daughters, circa 1951

    Record ID: B315.01.0002.00009

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    Abstract: Four Levitt sisters and two of their daughters are standing in front of their parent's house at 1534 Grove Street in Denver, Colorado. From left to right are Anne Levitt Marcus, Mary Levitt (Rubanowitz), Tillie Levitt (Tein) with her daughter Linda Tein, and Dorothy Levitt (Cohen) with her daughter Sharon Cohen. Their parents, Isadore and Yetta Prezant Levitt, settled in the Eastern European Jewish neighborhood around West Colfax Avenue in Denver.