Chernoff, Lewis Hill, 1890-1982
__Received Ph.D. in chemistry from Yale in 1914, was an associate professor at Yale, and worked for the Food and Drug Administration in Denver. Member of the Civic Symphony Orchestra of Denver.
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Overview The members of the Civic Symphony Orchestra of Denver are on stage with their instruments for rehearsal on November 25, 1938. In the top left corner is an insert photograph of the conductor, Horace Tureman. Some members are identified in the margins: George Wagner, Harold Potashnick, Sam Chernick, Lewis Chernoff, Henry Ginsberg, Ethel Bernstone, and Eli Trustman.
Dates: 1938 November 25
Overview Brief biographies of Jewish artists, musicians, composers, and conductors in Colorado. Jewish influence on arts in Colorado.
Overview The East High School in Denver, Colorado, class of 1907, is shown sitting and standing in ten rows on the steps leading to the entrance of East High. The boys are attired in suits and the girls in skirts and blouses. Students in the photograph who are identified on the back are: Lewis Chernoff, Genevieve E. Perry, Irene Petersen, Chas. Hezmalhalah, Rowena E. McLennke, Bertha Werner, George F. Kimbrough, Earl Ellis, Baptiste Zimmermann, Earl Cree, Oscar M. Rachofsky, Arthur H. Laws, Claribel...
Overview Dr. Lewis Hill Chernoff was an accomplished violinist who played with the Denver Symphony and Carvallo's Symphony. He was also a chemist and worked for the Food and Drug Administration in Denver. Collection contains miscellaneous papers, diplomas and certificates largely relating to Lewis Chernoff and some to Sophie Chernoff.
Overview Formal portrait of Lewis Hill Chernoff and his sister Kathy taken in New Haven, Connecticut. They are formally dressed and both have button hole boots. They are standing in front of a draped chair and Lewis Chernoff has his arms around his sister.