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  • Channah Milstein Wearing a Kerchief

    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10176/codu:37760

    Summary: Head and shoulders portrait of Mrs. Channah Milstein wearing a traditional kerchief or tichel head covering. She was a member of the Jewish "Glazierlach" clan and a Cotopaxi colonist before moving to Denver's west side Orthodox Jewish Community. Channah Milstein was known for her personal commitment to charity in Denver's west-side East European immigrant Jewish community as she urged residents to contribute to her collections of food, clothing, and money for the needy.

  • Cook's Baths Baseball Team

    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10176/codu:37780

    Summary: Members of the 1912 Cook's Baths Baseball Team line up in front of a brick building. Left to right: Al Fishman, Dave Cook, Harry Gibbons, Max Sedalnick (Shep), [unidentified team member], Sam Kay [Sam Kantowitz, coach], Judi Goldberg, Sam Waitz, Louie Spector, Max Gelfond, Abe Pringle, and Louis Cook. Team members are wearing uniforms that display the word ''Cooks'' on their shirts.

  • Cook's Baths Baseball Team

    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10176/codu:60222

    Summary: Members of the 1912 Cook's Baths Baseball Team line up in front of a brick building. Left to right: Al Fishman, Dave Cook, Harry Gibbons, Max Sedalnick (Shep), [unidentified team member], Sam Kay [Sam Kantowitz, coach], Judi Goldberg, Sam Waitz, Louie Spector, Max Gelfond, Abe Pringle, and Louis Cook. Team members are wearing uniforms that display the word ''Cooks'' on their shirts.

  • Irving and Arthur Hayutin Seated in a Goat Cart

    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10176/codu:37765

    Summary: Irving (age 6) and Arthur (age 3) Hayutin sit together in a small cart drawn by a goat in front of their childhood home on Denver's west side. Irving wears a cap and Arthur wears a hat and coat. The cart is inscribed with the words, ''Denver 1924.'' Irving and Arthur, who both became attorneys, were the sons of Morris and Anna Ginsberg Hayutin and the brothers of Peryle Hayutin Beck.

  • Morris Hayutin Family at Balanced Rock, Colorado Springs

    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10176/codu:37775

    Summary: Morris and Anna (Ginsberg) Hayutin sitting in the front seat in the car, Soloman Hayutin is the other man in the car, and Dora and Max Ginsberg sit on the back seat. The car is parked in front of the Balanced Rock in Garden of the Gods, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Morris Hayutin's niece, Freda Hayutin (child) is also seated in the car. Members of the Hayutin family arrived in Denver in the 1890s.

  • Nancy Dorn Presents Humorous Anecdotes about Christmas Carol Sings at Observatory Park, Denver, Colorado

    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10176/codu:54194

    Summary: Nancy Dorn presents humorous anecdotes about two events that took place during the University Park Community Council's annual Christmas Carol Sings at Observatory Park, Denver, Colorado, during the 1970s. She relates a story about a misunderstanding with an artificial Christmas tree, and another about the misfortunes of the members of a brass band who play their instruments outside in cold weather.

  • Oral History Interview with Andrew Gassman

    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10176/codu:54230

    Summary: Andrew Gassman, Chamberlin Observatory astronomer, provides a brief history of Chamberlin Observatory, which is located in Observatory Park in the University Park area of Denver, Colorado. Gassman notes that the observatory was built for research in 1896 and at the time of its construction was located far from populated, lighted areas that might interfere with its operation. He relates that as the surrounding area became populated, the function of the Observatory changed from a research facility for astronomers to a facility to educate students and the public about astronomy. Gassman also discusses the historical features of the Observatory.

  • Oral History Interview with Arthur Krieger

    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10176/codu:64974

    Summary: Arthur Krieger provides general information about the University Park area of Denver, Colorado since moving to the area in the 1930s. He offers a critique on the design and construction of the Valley Highway (known as I-25, Denver's North-South Interstate Highway) in the 1950s and comments on the noise and pollution it brought to the area. Krieger also notes that he is a former scoutmaster for Boy Scout Troop 5, Denver, Colorado.

  • Oral History Interview with Carolyn Etter

    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10176/codu:54198

    Summary: Carolyn Etter shares her memories of the University Park area of Denver, Colorado, including the professions of the individuals in the neighborhood, business development in University Park, and changes in both transportation services and traffic flows.

  • Oral History Interview with Chuck and Dorothy Haines

    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10176/codu:54234

    Summary: Chuck and Dorothy Haines discuss details about the University Park area of Denver, Colorado and the changes that have taken place since they moved to the neighborhood. They talk about the local schools, passenger and freight train service in the area, and local businesses including the pharmacy and the Piggly Wiggly grocery store. They discuss the relationship between the neighborhood and the University of Denver, highlighting the friction between the two groups in the past. Chuck Haines also relates some historical details about Boy Scout Troop 5, Denver, Colorado.