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Radinsky, A. D. (Abraham D.), 1877-1946



Owner of A. D. Radinsky and Sons, Inc. rag factory on Denver's West Side

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

A. D. Radinsky, circa 1910

Identifier: B371.01.0004.0001

A large oval framed portrait of a young unidentified man but thought to be A. D. Radinsky. Abraham "A. D." was the son of a Rabbi who established the A. D. Radinsky Rag Factory, a rag salvage company

Dates: circa 1910

A. D. Radinsky Business Card, early-mid 1900s

Identifier: B371.03.0001.0003

Business card for A. D. Randinsky "Manufacturer of sanitary wiping rags and cotton and wool waste". White card with dark blue text. "Red Star" and Star of David in red along with "Representaive" at the bottom. Written in black ink script on reverse "Very Best Wishes for a most happy New Year A. D. Radinsky".

Dates: early-mid 1900s

American Committee Letter, 1929 October 24

Identifier: B371.04.0001.0005

American Committee letter addressed to A. D. Radinsky for the Yeshiva in Hebron, Palestine, Inc. The letter charges Radinsky to form a committee in the Denver area of citizens to help re-establish the Hebron Yeshiva which was destroyed on August 24, 1929 during the Hebron massacre.

Dates: 1929 October 24

Letter from JCRS to A. Radinsky, 1906 January 30

Identifier: B002.01.0097.0093.00002

Handwritten letter from JCRS to A. Radinsky, dated January 30, 1906. The letter informs that Isidore Satenstein has been accepted to the JCRS sanatorium. The letter is unsigned, but "Secretary" is typed at the bottom.

Dates: 1906 January 30

Letter from JCRS to Mr. A. D. Radinsky, 1906 April 4

Identifier: B002.01.0097.0114.00003

Typed letter from JCRS to MR. A. D. Radinsky, on April 4, 1906. The letter informs Mr. Radinsky that Mr. B. Gordon has been accepted as a patient to the Sanatorium. The letter is not signed, but "Secretary" is typed at the bottom.

Dates: 1906 April 4

Radinsky Material Culture and Papers

Identifier: B371

The Radisnky family, Lithuania/East European inmmigrants, first settled on Denver's West Side in the 1890. Rabbi David Radinsky was the Rabbi of a small Mogen David synangogue orginally organized in his home. His son, Abraham David (A. D. Radinsky) started the A. D. Radinsky and Sons, Inc rag factory. The collection contains photographs, artwork, ephemera, business cards, business catalogs and family papers related to the Radinsky family.

Dates: 1700 - 1980; c. 17th Century-1980

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