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Boscoe, Rudolph, 1908-1997

 Person

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Hebrew School Class at Yeshiva Etz Chaim, circa 1918

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Identifier: B063.06.0014.00018
Overview Class of students and teacher of the Yeshiva Etz Chaim School chedar class at 2852 West Fourteenth Avenue in Denver, Colorado's Jewish immigrant enclave. Two adult men stand behind 28 male students. From left to right starting in the first row at the bottom: ''1. Unidentified male, 2. Unidentified male, 3. Unidentified male, 4. Kandler, 5. Hershkovitz, 6. Ben Fishman, 7. Max Schreiber, 8. Sam Schwartz (the Baker's son), 9. Cohen (the Barber's son), 10. Willie Solomon, 11. Weinstein (Doctor's...

Hebrew School Class at Yeshiva Etz Chaim, circa 1918

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Identifier: B063.06.0006.00024
Overview Class of students and teacher of the Yeshiva Etz Chaim School chedar class at 2852 West Fourteenth Avenue in Denver, Colorado's Jewish immigrant enclave. Two adult men stand behind 28 male students. From left to right starting in the first row at the bottom: three unidentified boys, Kandler, Hershkovitz, Ben Fishman, Max Schreiber, Sam Schwartz (the Baker's son), Cohen (the Barber's son), Willie Solomon, Weinstein (Doctor's son), Abe Ornstein, Singer, Phil Richtel, Fabricant (Auto mechanic's...

Interior View of the Star Bakery, circa 1920

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Identifier: B063.01.0001.00010
Overview Members of the Boscowitz and Rubin families stand in the Star Bakery store surrounded by loaves of bread. Pictured from left to right are Rudy Boscowitz (Boscoe), Elya (Eli) Rubin, Eva Boscowitz Rubin and Sam Boscowitz (Boscoe). Located at 2744 West Colfax in Denver, Colorado, the Star Bread Company (operating as Star Bakery) was founded by East European immigrants Eva and Jacob Boscowitz in 1907. After her husband's death in 1909, Eva Boscowitz continued to operate the store, later marrying...

Star Bakery Delivery Wagon with Driver and Horses, circa 1915

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Identifier: B063.01.0017.00003
Overview Two horses pull the Star Bakery delivery wagon and the driver leans out the side. The words ''Rye Bread'' and ''2744 W. Colfax'' appear on the side of the wagon with the Jewish star symbol. The Star Bakery was founded by Jacob Boscowitz and was later owned by his sons, Rudy and Sam Boscoe.

Star Bakery Delivery Wagon with Driver and Horses, circa 1915

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Identifier: B063.01.0009.00050
Overview Two horses pull the Star Bakery delivery wagon and the driver leans out the side. The words ''Rye Bread'' and ''2744 W. Colfax'' appear on the side of the wagon with the Jewish star symbol. The Star Bakery was founded by Jacob Boscowitz and was later owned by his sons, Rudy and Sam Boscoe.