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  • Appel, Max

  • Orange Glo International, Inc.

  • Box 9

    Record ID: M395.01.0009

    Component Level: File

    Abstract: Box 9 contains personal papers, such as newspaper clippings, class assignments, and documents pertaining to her time as a student and alum of University of Denver.

  • Box 8

    Record ID: M395.03.0008

    Component Level: File

    Abstract: Box 8 contains two (2) Sigma Kappa wooden paddles.

  • Box 7, 1988-1989

    Record ID: D076.04.0007

    Component Level: File

    Abstract: This box contains VHS tapes of Boulder Ballet Ensemble works from 1988 through 1989 including "Coppelia," "The Nutcracker," "Something Old, Something New," and "Hidden Tapestry."

  • Carrie (Caroline Shevelson) Benjamin, 1841-1931

    Record ID: B111.01.0001.0023

    Component Level: File

    Abstract: Caroline "Carrie" Shevelson Benjamin was born in Russia in 1841 and died in New York in 1931. She had returned to New York from Denver, Colorado, around the turn of the century. Her family immigrated to the United States and settled in New York. Caroline Shevelson graduated from Syracuse University in 1881. After she married Maurice C. Benjamin, she relocated to Denver, where she was appointed by the governor to the Colorado Board of Charities. She was a founder of the Denver Women's Club and the Denver Section of the National Council of Jewish Women. The file contains an obituary.

  • Benjamin, Carrie (Caroline Shevelson)

  • Box 6

    Record ID: M390.03.0006

    Component Level: File

    Abstract: Box 6 contains one (1) hand-carved paddle, eighteen (18) inches long and four (4) inches across at its widest point. It also contains one (1) hand-carved club, thirteen (13) inches long and two (2) inches across at its widest point. Lastly, it contains one (1) hand-carved object, ten (10) inches long and two (2) inches wide, with both ends pronged. Possibly used to wind yarn, but true purpose is unclear.

  • Textiles and Objects

    Record ID: M390.03

    Component Level: Series

    Abstract: Series 3 contains hand-crafted wooden objects and hand-made textiles. These textiles are called Mola or Molas, and are the traditional cloth of the Cuna Native Americans in Panama. They can be layered and sewn together to create blouses for women.

  • Box 5

    Record ID: M390.02.0005

    Component Level: File

    Abstract: Box 5 contains 4 wrapped glass-framed photographs and 6 velvet-backed photographs.