Cheltenham School (Denver, Colo.)
__ __ __063/01-0001.00038: Handwritten on back of photo (... Cheltenham School - 8th Grade 1907, Principal Wm. Knapp, Teacher Miss Weymouth); handwrritten note accompanying photo (8th Grade Class of Cheltenham School, circa 1910, ... Some of the class: Principal Wm. Knapp, Teacher Miss Weymouth, ...) 063/02-0010.00004: Handwritten on back of photo "Demolished end of 1978."
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Students and their teachers pose for a school photo on steps of the Cheltenham School. Sam Silver sits fifth from the right in the front row with an arrow pointing to him.
Dates: 1925 January
Abstract The building stood at the corner of Irving Street and West Colfax Avenue. Many of the Jewish children living in the west Colfax neighborhood went to Cheltenham. The Cheltenham School was demolished in 1978.
Dates: 1978 March
Abstract The members of the 8th grade class at Cheltenham School sit on the steps of the school located at the corner of Irving Street and West Colfax Avenue in Denver, Colorado. Many of the Jewish children living in the West Colfax neighborhood went to Cheltenham School. The students include Sam Greenwald, Sam Golanty, ? Shachet, ? Stein, Sara Morris, Dora Gardenschwartz, Ida Cohen, Phil Francis, Izzie Greenwald, Louis Cook, Susie Sigman, Sarah Karsh, Si Mintz, Rod Goldberg, Rose Levy, Conrad Echstein,...
Dates: between 1907-1910
Abstract Teachers pose with their students the class of 1921 on the steps of Cheltenham School located at West Colfax Avenue and Irving Street in Denver, Colorado. The boys wear suits with short pants and the girls wear dresses. Frieda Radetsky, Julia Weiner, Rose Holland, Sam Bronstein, Reuben Hoffman, Sam Yoclin, Isreal [sic] Kahnanowitz, Rose Lutz, Charlotte R. Christian, Jennie Schenkman, Rose Goldberg, Max Cohen, Ida Roberts, Abe Lavitt, Bennie Albert, Margaret McGavock, Sam Menin, Benjamin...
Dates: 1921 January
Abstract Teachers pose with their students, the class of 1917 on the steps of Cheltenham School located at West Colfax Avenue and Irving Street in Denver, Colorado. The boys wear suits with short pants and the girls wear dresses. Lena Radetsky Barron sits third from left in the front row.
Dates: 1917 June
Abstract Luby Chevrolet, one of Colorado's oldest car dealerships, was started in 1920 in Denver, Colorado by Sam Luby, later joined by brothers Louis and Henry Luby. Joe Luby, who had worked at Luby Chevrolet from the bottom up, bought out his brothers in 1956. "Papa Joe" moved the dealership to Colorado in 1972. Joe Luby's daughter JoAnn and her husband Richard Fleischman purchased the Luby Chevrolet dealership in 1992. They sold the business in 1998, but Richard Fleischman stayed on as...
Scope and Contents File contains newspaper clippings of articles from the series "Out of the Past" in the Intermountain Jewish News by Mike Zelinger. This series was published throughout 1976, as part of a centennial series for Colorado's 100 year anniversary of becoming a U.S. state. Articles are about different facets of Denver Jewish life, and sometimes focus on individuals or groups.