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Sladek, Ron D.

 Person

Biography

Ron D. Sladek is a historian and author in Fort Collins, Colorado.

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Boscoe family, 2021

 Series
Identifier: B252.02
Abstract Application to Denver Landmark Preservation Commission for landmark designation for 1565 Winona Court. The application was prepared by Ron Sladek, Tatanka Historical Associates Inc. The single-family residence was built in 1941 and purchased by Rudolph and Anna Mae Boscoe in October of 1941. The parents of Sam and Rudy Boscoe founded the Star Bakery in 1907 and both sons began delivering bread by horse-drawn wagon in highschool and later took over management of the company. Another aspect of...
Dates: 2021

Hy Rosen, 2000 - 2004

 File
Identifier: B292.01.0001.0001
Abstract Hyman Rosen was born in Denver in 1916, the third youngest of the thirteen children of Samuel and Zelda Rosen, Russian Jewish immigrants who settled on the west side of Denver. Hyman Rosen began selling papers in 1922 for the Denver Post and continued as a newsboy for eight years. He married Rose Levitt of Denver and they moved to Orange County in California. The folder contains a letter from The Denver Post referencing a report on Denver newsboys, an eulogy for Hy Rosen dated 27 October...
Dates: 2000 - 2004

Landmark Designation Application, 2021

 File
Identifier: B252.02.0001.0003
Abstract Application to Denver Landmark Preservation Commission for landmark designation for 1565 Winona Court. The application was prepared by Ron Sladek, Tatanka Historical Associates Inc. The single-family residence was built in 1941 and purchased by Rudolph and Anna Mae Boscoe in October of 1941. The parents of Sam and Rudy Boscoe founded the Star Bakery in 1907 and both sons began delivering bread by horse-drawn wagon in highschool and later took over management of the company. Another aspect of...
Dates: 2021

Rosen And Sladek Family Papers

 Collection
Identifier: B292
Abstract Russian Jewish immigrants Samuel Castille and Zelda Goldberg Rosen settled on Denver's west side and raised 13 children. Their daughter Clara Rosen married Joseph Rosen and they had four children including Selma Rosen who married Osi Sladek. Joseph Rosen began selling newspapers in Denver at the age of seven, starting out as a helper for his future brothers-in-law Max and Al Rosen. Hyman Rosen was born in Denver in 1916, the third youngest of the 13 children of Samuel and Zelda Rosen. He...
Dates: 1960-2015