Berger, Sherrye Sigman
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Abstract Louis K. Sigman, the owner of K&G packing, the largest independent meat packing plant in Colorado, was the son of East European immigrants. Born in 1881, he moved to Denver as a young boy. To support himself, Louis shined shoes and sold matches and newspapers to earn enought money to bring his parents to Colorado from Russia. In Denver, his father opened Sigman's Grocery in the West Colfax neighborhood. Louis began his meat business with just one calf and went on to become a well-known...
Scope and Contents The series contains newspaper clippings about Sherrye Sigman Berger, the daughter of Morris Sigman. The articles include honors received and her involvement in philanthropic activities and organizations.