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Ambrose, Aubrey, 1910-1996

 Person

Owned a dry goods store on Union Avenue in Pueblo. The dry goods store was started by his father Mendel Emanuel Ambrus. Later the name Ambrus was anglicized to Ambrose. Aubrey Ambrose married Harriett Hausman, the granddaughter of Henry and Rose Roth.

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Ambrose Family, 1947

 Item
Identifier: B348.02.0001.00004
Overview The image shows Emanuel Epstein Ambrus and his grown children. Emanuel Ambrus began using Epstein when he came to the United States. Before she moved to Pueblo, his mother had stayed with a daughter in Alabama whose married name was Epstein. Emanuel Ambrus was known as "Mr. Eppy" or "Dad Eppy." From left to right are Aubrey Ambrose, Marion Ambrose Goodman, Emanuel "Dad Eppy" Epstein Ambrus, Malka "Millie" Ambrose Grossman, Albert Ambrose, and Jacob (Jay) Ambrose.
Dates: 1947

Aubrey Ambrose, 1981

 File
Identifier: B111.01.0001.0005
Overview Aubrey Ambrose (1909-1996) was the owner of the Army Surplus Store in Pueblo, Colorado (his father founded the store in 1919). Following the death of his long-term business partner Roy Brown, Ambrose went into semi-retirement and sold the store to Edward Cervantes.
Dates: 1981

Roth and Ambrose Family Papers

 Collection
Identifier: B348
Overview Henry Roth moved to Pueblo, Colorado around 1896 with his wife Rose Schon Roth. Henry Roth joined the Pueblo Police Department and carried badge No. 29. Hannah Roth, the daughter of Henry and Rose Roth, was born on Hester Street in New York and was young when the family moved to Pueblo. Hannah Roth married itinerant Hungarian cowboy Adolph Hausman and the couple moved to a lumber camp in British Columbia, where their first child Harriett was born in 1913. After a year in Canada, the family...
Dates: between 1890-1976

Small Town Jews: Creating Colorado Communities, 2014

 Item
Identifier: B230.03.0023.00013
Overview Brief biographies of Jewish men and women who grew up in small communities in Colorado. Contains historical photographs and interviews with people describing their childhoods.
Dates: 2014