The Kobey family of Aspen and Denver, Colo. includes: Dorothy Kobey Berry, six siblings, their parents Leah Sheffel and Harris Kobey, their uncle Ben Kobey, her husband Nathan Berry, and their three children, Harold, Joan, and Susan.
Operated Kobey's Men Store in Aspen. Also had a business in Marble, Colorado.
Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Nathan, Dorothy, and Silas Kobey (left to right) pose for a formal portrait in Aspen, Colorado in 1923. All three wear graduation caps and gowns. Dorothy, whose nickname was ''Dokes,'' and Silas Kobey were the children of Harris and Leah Sheffel Kobey. Nathan Kobey was the son of Benjamin and Hattie Reiss Kobey, as well as a cousin of Dorothy and Silas Kobey. Dorothy was the valedictorian of the 1923 graduating class at Aspen High School in Aspen, Colorado.
Overview A Jewish resident of Aspen offers her reflections on Jewish life in Aspen in 1994 and surveys Jewish contributions to Aspen's culture and economy. David Hyman was an early investor in Aspen in 1880 and, along with Elias Cohn, was a major figure in the town's mining industry. Yom Kippur services were held in the Wheeler Opera House in 1889.
Dates: between 1940-1995
Overview Henrietta Reiss Kobey and her children, Nathan and Ruth, pose for a formal portrait.
Dates: circa 1914
File — Object: B101.01.0002
Dates: Coverage: 1922
Overview The adult children of Samuel A. and Mary Rachofsky Kobey pose for a group portrait at a family reunion in Washington Park in Denver, Colorado. Back row, left to right: Benjamin Kobey, Dora Kobey Kay, and Isaac Kobey. Seated on a park bench, left to right: Rachel Kobey Shwayder, Mark Kobey, Betsy Kobey Rayor.
Dates: circa 1915
Overview Formal portrait of the daughters of Harris and Leah Sheffel Kobey. The Kobey sisters are from left to right: Rebecca, 11 years old, Ruth, 5 months old and Dorothy, 5 years old.
Dates: 1910 September 3
Overview Dorothy "Dokes" Berry (nee Kobey) was born in Aspen, Colorado in 1905. During Berry's childhood Aspen's primary industry was mining and very few Jewish families lived in the town. Her father and his brothers were businessmen who owned and operated apparel stores in Aspen, including the Kobey Shoe and Clothing Company. After she graduated from Aspen High School, Dorothy Kobey taught at a county school in Cow Creek, Colorado, outside Steamboat Springs. She moved to Denver,...
Dates: 1880-2005; Majority of material found in 1912-1928
Overview Exterior of the Kobey Shoe and Clothing Company in Aspen, Colorado. Two unidentified people are standing in front of the entrance to the store and there are several advertisements in the windows.
Overview The Sheffel Kobey family poses for a group portrait in the yard of a house in Aspen, Colorado. Back row, left to right: Leah Sheffel Kobey, Harris Kobey (holding Leon), and the housekeeper. Philip and Rebecca Kobey stand in front.
Dates: circa 1903