Fried, Sally, 1897-1994
Sally Fried was born in Denver, Colorado in 1897 and died in Denver in 1994 at the age of 97. Her parents began Fried's Picture Frame Factory and Sally Fried and her sisters Mary Fried and Bertha Fried Kleiner operated the Fried's Art and Gift Shop in Denver. Sally Fried married Harry Kaufmann, but after they were divorced, Sally Kaufmann changed her family name back to Fried. Estelle and Bobbi Kaufmann, Sally Fried's daughers, also had their last names changed to Fried. (Information from Bobbi Furer during telephone coversation with Thyria Wilson on April 7, 2010.)
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Members of the Colorado Club posed for a group portrait in front of an old building during an outing. Members identified are Aimee Peyser Strauss, Pam Peraten, Estelle and Jake Mellman, Marilyn Sofren, Isadore Plotkin, Moris Silver, Ada and Simon Trozer, Dave and Jane Cook, Sally Fried, Henry Kaufin, and Leo Serevas.''
A purple leather pump (the right pump) with embroidery over the toe of shoe. The embroidery consists of purple and lavender pansies with green leaves on purple satin background. Two strips of lavender satin are over vamp of shoe and at the end of satin ribbon on inner side of shoe is a lavender ribbon flower. Originally belonged to Sally Fried.
For over 85 years, the Fried family in Denver, Colorado owned the Fried's Art & Gift Shop. It was operated by Bela and Kate Fried's daughters Mary Fried, Bertha Fried Kleiner, and Sally Fried. This collection contains the correspondence, legal documents, personal materials of the Fried family, Fried's Art & Gift Shop records, and an embroidered woman's pump that belonged to Sally Fried.
Members of the Fried family stand in front of the Fried's Picture Frame Factory in Denver, Colorado. Kate, Bela and Eugene Fried are standing behind an iron fence while Bela and Kate's daughters, Bertha, Mary and Sally are in front of the fence. A large sign reads, ''Fried's Picture Frame Factory, Frames Made to Order, 4 cents a foot and up, Come In and See Our Stock''.
Onion skin copy of a two page Last Will and testament of Eugene Fried. He leaves the residue of his estate to his three nieces Bertha Fried Kleiner, Mary Fried, and Sally Fried Kaufmann. Eugene Fried and his nieces operated Fried's Art and Gift Shop in Denver, Colorado.
Thus folder contains Mary Fried's bank records and obituary, Kate Fried's obituary, a biography on Eugen Fried, Woman's Benefit Association dues statement and obstetrics bill from the 1930s, greeting cards, a souvenir program from Bloomer Girl, and a copy of the 1915 yearbook from Denver West High School that belonged to Sally Fried.
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