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Abstract Rev. Frank Weimberg was a Denver cantor, mohel, and shochet. He was born in Poland in 1866 and lived for 22 years in Denver before his death in 1930. His widow, Marion, lived in Denver for nearly 40 years and was one of the founders of Beth Israel Hospital and Old Folks Home. She died in 1943.
Abstract Composite of the Elias Cohen family of Aspen including a formal portrait of Elias Cohen (bottom left); a formal portrait of his wife and two daughters (bottom right); and formal portraits of his in-laws, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weinberg (top). Elias Cohen was a resident of Aspen by 1891, a mine supervisor in, and manager of David Hyman's properties. It was Cohen who suggested the use of deep-sea divers to repair broken mine-pump shafts.
Dates: circa 1905
Abstract Rose Weinberg, the daughter of Russian immigrants, was born in Denver, Colorado on September 18, 1904 and died in Denver in September 22, 2000. She was buried at Ft. Logan National Cemetery. She graduated from Mount Sinai Hospital School of Nursing in 1934. Rose Weinberg was a registered nurse in California beginning in 1943 and served as an ensign in the Nurse Corps at the United States Naval hospital in San Francisco, California during World War II. She received a Bachelor of Science degree...