Morris, Stan (Stanley A.), 1926-1991
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Denver builders, leaders in the Allied Jewish Federation, pose together. Front row left to right David Weiss, Bob Adell, Stan Morris, and Ernie Madison and back row left to right Hyman Boxer, Jay Goldberg, Frank Schneider, Leon Brin, Al Vihon, and Len Frankenthal.
Collection contains Russian candlesticks, religious items, a Menorah, medals, photographs, and scrapbooks related to the Morris and Price family from 1865 through 2012.
Black and white photograph of the El Jebel Denver Motorcyce Patrol standing in a line with their motorcycles in front of the Englewood City Hall. All are wearing matching shirts, ties, and hats. Stamp for G. F. Bateman Photo Service on the back.
Cream, long-sleeved, button-down shirt with pink flower embroidery. "El Jebel Denver Motercycle Patrol" is sewn on the back in blue letters. Belonged to Stanley Morris.
El Jebel Shriner medal with a green, yellow, and red ribbon on a blue velvet liner. An inscription on the back reads Stanley A. Morris Sept. 11 1961. The medal is encased in a black faux-leather case with a snap enclosure.
The Morris and Price families became connected with the marriage of Stanley A. Morris and Maylene Price. Both were Russian Jewish immigrant families with Yiddish and English speaking parents. Collection contains Russian candlesticks, religious items, medals, photographs, and scrapbooks related to the Morris and Price family from 1865 through 2012.
File contains (8) photographs and (1) newspaper clipping about Morris Brothers Construction.
Pink-tinted color photograph of the extended Price family gathered around a dinner table. From the left, the subjects are (according to donor): Al Wettman, Belle Rene Lipton Price, Florance(?) (Price?), Katie (Price?), Howard Price, Lena Epstein Lipton Monheim, Edwin Price, Marion Price and baby, Stanley Morris, Maylene Price Morris, and Karen Morris Kataline.
Photograph shows a man and woman together smiling in front of a house and a billboard that reads "Welcome to... Stan Morris Show Homes". On the back of the photograph "26-7-4-2" has been written. Photograph is in black and white. Physical photograph as well as digitized copy of photograph.