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Heller, Louis, 1885-1960


Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Box 1, 1902-1918

 File — Box B204.01.0001: Series B204.01 [Barcode: U186020738186]
Identifier: B204.01.0001

(2) file folders, include: ''West Colfax Hebrews in a Riot'' copy of Denver Times 1902 article, and copies of related news articles; bank papers, receipts, bank book, US Food Administration regulations 1917.

Dates: 1902-1918

Louis and Pauline Heller, 1948

Identifier: B063.05.0021.00064

Louis and Pauline Heller pose together for a casual photograph at an event.

Dates: 1948

Louis and Pauline Heller, 1903

Identifier: B063.05.0021.00065

Formal portrait of Louis and Pauline Heller as a young couple wearing hats and coats.

Dates: 1903

Louis Heller Family Dinner, circa 1935

Identifier: B063.05.0021.00066

The Louis Heller family poses around the dinner table just before a meal. Identified individuals are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Barron (standing in back), Grandma Heller (seated in back), Elsa Goldhammer (standing in front), Bess Heller, Sonny Heller, Seymour Heller, Pauline Barron Heller, Louis Heller, Jeanette Goldhammer (nee Heller), Henry Goldhammer, Bob Heller, Jordan Heller, and Dick Goldhammer.

Dates: circa 1935

Milstein and Heller Meat Company Records

Identifier: B204
Abstract Shul Baer Milstein, the patriarch of the Cotopaxi colony opened his own kosher meat market along with his sons who also worked in the business. Max Milstein died in 1947. Louis Heller was born in 1885 and died in 1960. Louis Heller and his brother Allan mailed Kosher meat to over 50 Jewish families in the west. Collection contains financial records, articles, and accounts of a "riot" between Rabbi Yiddelson and George Ginsburg and Morris Radetsky over the Rabbi's requiring two Shochets...
Dates: Other: 1902-1918

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Archival Object 5
Collection 1
Denver (Colo.) 5
Colorado 3
Jewish men 3
Jewish women 3
Meat industry and trade 3