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Masarky, Nathaniel Henri "Hank", 1920-2016


Hank served as a first lieutenant in the US Army's Chemical Corp from 1941-1946. Training for his assignment brought him from New York to Colorado where he met Bobbe Oberfelder, his future wife. Hank earned the American Campaign medal and WWII Victory Medal. He lived the rest of his life (post war) in Denver and is buried in Congregation Emanuel Cemetery.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Army Dress Uniform, 1942

Identifier: B367.02.0005.00002
Abstract 2-piece WWII Army dress uniform (tan jacket and matching pants) for summer, worn by Hank Marsarky at his wedding to Bobbe Oberfelder on August 30, 1944 in the Oberfedler's Denver home. Tag inside jacket "Quality by Kuppenheimer." Another tag identifies the jacket as being originally tailored for Mr. Lt. L. S. Mayers Jr., 6/24/1942. Hank was friend with the tailor who originally made the suit for his son who was killed early in the war.
Dates: 1942

Box 19 (various exhibits), 2011, 2016-2017

 File — Box: B297.02.0019
Identifier: B297.02.0019
Abstract -Four hanging panels for Pioneering Jews Exhibit and a file folder containing proofs for exhibit panels, 2011 -16 x 20 inch label on Arthur and Hazel Oberfelder titled "Diversifying the Performing Arts in Denver", 2016 -Labels from Hark Masarky and Bobbe Oberfelder Masarky wedding dress and WWII suit display, 2017
Dates: 2011, 2016-2017