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Friedenthal, Hattie Schayer, 1867-1922

 Person

Biography

b. 1867, New York, New York, m. 1891, Denver, Colorado to Sigmund Friedenthal, d. March 1922. Hattie's obituary lists her death date as March 29 and the JOWBR lists it as March 31.

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Family History and Photographs, 1879-2009

 File
Identifier: B239.03.0001.0002
Abstract

File contains five photographs, obituary on Hattie Schayer Friedenthal (early IJN editor), obituary on Faye Schayer, and partial family tree.

Dates: 1879-2009

Growing up in Early Colorado: The Lives of Jewish Children, 2012

 Item
Identifier: B230.03.0023.00011
Abstract

Brief biographies of Jewish men and women who grew up in Jewish communities in Colorado. Contains historical photographs and interviews with people describing their childhoods.

Dates: 2012

Hattie Schayer Friedenthal, circa 1910

 Item
Identifier: B239.03.0001.0002.00001
Abstract

Head and shoulders portrait of Hattie Schayer Friedenthal in an oval frame.

Dates: circa 1910

Hattie Schayer Friedenthal, 1922, 1998

 File
Identifier: B111.03.0003.0021
Abstract

Hattie Schayer Friedenthal (1868-1922) was born in New York City and moved to Denver with her parents when she was four years old. Hattie graduated from East Denver High School in 1884, and married Sigmund Friedenthal in 1891. She was deeply involved in the Denver Jewish community, acting as organizer and first vice-president of the Jewish Sheltering Home, Editor of the Denver Jewish News, and president of the Hebrew Benevolent Society. Hattie was buried at Fairmount Cemetary.

Dates: 1922, 1998

Schayer Family Papers

 Collection
Identifier: B239
Abstract Milton M. Schayer was born in Denver, Colorado, in 1876 to German-Jewish parents and died in Denver in 1935. In 1920 he founded the Bankers Building and Loan Association, and served as its first president and treasurer. His son Charles Milton Schayer, born in 1913, married Faye Greenberg in 1941. Milton M. Schayer was active in many civic and religious organizations. He was director of the Denver Chamber of Commerce, which designated him Denver’s “most valuable citizen” in 1925. He...
Dates: 1879-2009

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