Miller, Micky (Myron Miller)
Micky (Myron) married Louann, daughter of Charles and Louise Rosenbaum. Micky Miller received his law degree from the University of Denver. Micky Miller had a successful legal career, representing the Denver Nuggets and Samsonite Corporation. He managed the development of the large cattle ranches owned by the Miller family. He was President of B'nai B'rith, Lodge 171, Denver, Colorado in 1959.
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
LouAnn Miller's typed daily entries of the 2008 Democratic National Convention Convention nominating Barak Obama for President. She and Micky received tickets to the Convention from Federico Pena.
Brief biographies of Jewish Cowboys, Cattlemen, and Poultry Growers in Colorado. Written and directed by Jeanne Abrams for the 2015 RMJHS Dinner.
Eight men associated with B'nai B'rith, Lodge 171, Denver, Colorado pose together and the head and shoulder portraits of two other men have been added to the photograph. Back row left to right: Saul Pinchick, Sanford Hertz, Ben Blumberg, Larry Lihrik, Joe Cohen, and Mrs. Litman. Front row left to right: Mickey Miller, Mandel Berenbaum, Mickey Freed, and Simon Quiat.''
Left to right: Jack Gelt, president Mile High Lodge #1783; Lloyd Kahn, chairman Blood Bank Committee Mile High Lodge; Myron Miller (Mickey) president Lodge 171; and David E. Harlem, chairman Blood Bank Committee of the Chest Disease Center pose together while making plans for the Blood Bank Program at National Jewish Hospital.
Mickey Miller and Aubrey Kleiner stand on the field at Bears Stadium with a Denver Bears player and two children. The player is handing a wrapped baseball bat to the children.
Framed Colorado law license awarded to Myron Marshall Miller who was a prominent businessman and attorney in Denver.
Box 3 contains 1 oversized photo of the wedding of Myron and Louann Rosenbaum Miller; 1 photo of the Rosenbaums, Millers, and grandchildren; 1 blue and gold Photo Album: 1 loose photo - Louise Rosenbaum's 90th Birthday party" in Palm Springs, Calif., her family and other photos in sleeves relating to "It's a Celebration.... Louise is ninety!"; and 1 Rosenbaum family scrapbook from 1915-1925.
Micky Miller, Irving Hayutin, and several unidentified people look at artwork at Irene Stein's art exhibit in Emmanuel Gallery, formerly Shearith Israel. Irene Stein, dressed in a white suit, stands in the background.