A.B. Hirschfeld Press
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Barry Hirschfeld, between 1970-1979
Barry Hirschfeld, right, and an unidentified man stand in front of a printing machine and a painting of A. B. Hirschfeld.
Dates: between 1970-1979
Box 1, 1907-2007
File — Box B166.01.0001: Series B166.01 [Barcode: U186020738411]
Abstract Collection contains (2) file folders include: copies of photos and newsclippings; an original copy of ''The Source'' - Univ. of Denver community news - March, 2007; (1) Commemorative Journal May 15, 2004 Ellis Island Medals of Honor Awards Gala; (1) copy of ''In the Beginning'' - the story of A.B. Hirschfeld Press; (1) Ellis Island Medals of Honor Retrospective - A.B. Hirschfeld is pictured; (1) commemorative invitation to 100th Anniversary of Hirschfeld press (Sept. 20, 2007); (1) VHS...
From Peddlers to Merchant Princes: Early Colorado Jewish Entrepreneurs, 2006
Abstract Jews played a central role in the development of Colorado through their contributions to economic life and development. Denver's first mercantile store was opened by Jewish citizen Fred Salomon in 1859. Before long, stores run by Jewish merchants and their family members in search of work and wealth flourished on the main streets of most Colorado towns including, Denver, Central City, Leadville, Trinidad, and Fairplay. This film focuses on the lives of a number of early merchants, including...
Hirschfeld Family Papers
Abstract A. B. (Abraham Bernard) Hirschfeld was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1888. In 1904 he moved to Denver, Colorado, and in 1907 he started A. B. Hirschfeld Press. A. B. Hirschfeld's son Edward Hirschfeld (1907-1984) worked alongside his father and held leadership positions in the family business after his father's death in 1957. Edward's son A. Barry Hirschfeld served as president of the family printing business, which is now called National Hirschfeld. In 2005, Hirschfeld Press merged with...
Susan Cooper Exhibit, 2021
File folder contains an exhibit book and a book entitled "Recollection" about Susan Cooper's art, which depicts synagogues in Poland that were destroyed during World War II. There is also a DVD of Susan Cooper exploring her artwork during an RMJHS event.