Stein, Irene Miller, 1894-2000
Irene Miller Stein is a noted Denver artist. She is the daughter of pioneer Colorado cattle dealer Robert Lazar Miller, who immigrated to Colorado from Lithuania in 1881. She married Azriel Stein, founder of Pencol Drug, a prominent Denver pharmacy for decades.
Found in 72 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Newspaper Articles on Irene Stein's art and invitation to the art show held at Emanuel Gallery (formerly Shearith Israel), and copies of drawing of Shearith Israel Temple by Irene Stein.
Overview Booklet concerning Denver's Jewish artists and history, including: Haim David Spivak (1893-1932), Marianne Pisko Hausmann (1880-1969), Eunice Katz (1914-1994), Ruth Sherbok (1916-2006), Mary Cane Robinson (1910-1992), William Sanderson (1905-1990), Roland Detre (1903-1995), Mel Silverman (1931-1966), Greta Hilb (1904-1998), Irene Stein (1894-2000), and Elizabeth Yanish Shwayder.
Overview Twelve young girls stand in a row with their hands on each other's shoulders. Two girls are holding teddy bears. Some of the girls are identified as Esther Wollach, Lilly Judd (Israelsky), Daisy Brodsky Garlett, Naomi Sloan, Katherine Sloan, Tillye Shulman Levy, and Irene Miller Stein. Another girl is identified with the last name Kaufman and two additional girls are identified with the last name Atlovick.
Overview Black velvet gloves with black velvet covered buttons on cuffs. Originally belonged to Irene Stein.
Overview A black velvet handbag with brass clasp and openings. There is a braided black silk cord attached to the brass clasp by two large copper O-rings to form a strap. A tassel hangs from the right side of handbag strap. The handbag is lined in heavy black silk. This view shows the front of the handbag. Originally belonged to Irene Stein.