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Mayer, Adolph, 1873 or 1874-1960

 Person

Leopold Mayer was born in Alsace-Lorraine and immigrated to New York when he was 11 years old. In 1859 at the beginning of the Colorado gold rush, he began a 70-day walk to Auraria, Colorado from Leavenworth, Kansas. He went into the general merchandise business and served on the “second” Denver City Council. In 1880, the Mayer family went to Saguache, Colorado, where he became a banker and rancher. He served as a state representative while in Saguache and moved back to Denver in 1893 and died at the age of 88 in 1926.

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Costume Party, circa 1916

 Item
Identifier: B063.05.0021.00124
Overview Sixteen young men and women dressed in costume pose together, the women wearing police uniforms and holding rifles and the men wearing prisoner costumes. Top row left to right: Elsie Lewin, an unidentified man, Jessie Heidenheimer, Mackie Heidenheimer, an unidentified woman, Adolph Mayer, Berry Isaacson, and Lou Isaacson. Middle row left to right: an unidentified woman, Selma Grauman, Rita Silversmith, and Dolly Triefus. Bottom row left to right: Sam Mayer, an unidentified man, Alvin Friedman,...
Dates: circa 1916

Leopold Mayer, 1838-1926

 File
Identifier: B111.07.0007.0004
Overview Leopold Mayer was born in Alsace-Lorraine in 1838 and immigrated to New York in 1849. In 1859, he came to Denver and went into the general merchandise business. He also served on the second Denver City Council. In 1880, the Mayer family went to Saguache, Colorado, where Leopold Mayer became a rancher and later founded a bank and a dry goods store. He served as a state representative while in Saguache. Leopold and his family moved back to Denver in 1893 and he died in 1926. The file contains...
Dates: 1838-1926

Mayer Home in Saguache, 1884

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Identifier: B063.05.0052.00016
Overview Leopold and Barbara Mayer stand by the gate in front of their home in Saguache, Colorado. Their sons Sam, Fred, and Adolph and an unidentified boy sit on horseback in the front yard around an unidentified man.
Dates: 1884

New Years Party at Alfred Triefus Home, 1929

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Identifier: B063.05.0041.00014
Overview Several individuals wearing costumes pose as a group in the Alfred Triefus home. Identified individuals are Lou Isaacson, Jerry Isaacson, Gertie Cohen, Jolius Walbreen, Edith Walbreen, Selma Grauman, Dolly Triefus, Rose Ripley, Celeste Rothenberg, Lou Cohen, Monty Cohen, Alfred Grauman, Morris Ripley, Aimee Mayer, Ad Mayer, and Alfred Triefus.
Dates: 1929

New Years Party at Alfred Triefus Home, 1930

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Identifier: B063.05.0041.00015
Overview Several individuals wearing costumes pose as a group in the Alfred Triefus home. Identified individuals are Alfred Triefus, Beatrice Triefus, Ad Mayer, Aimee Mayer, Walter Appel, Rose Appel, Julius Walbrann, Edith Walbrann, Felix Weil, Francis Weil, Louis Cohen, Hugo Rothenberg, Celeste Rothenberg, Morris Ripley, Rose Ripley, M.D. Barnett, Louis Isaacson, Geraldine Isaacson, and Alfred Grauman.
Dates: 1930

New Years Party at Alfred Triefus Home, 1931

 Item
Identifier: B063.05.0041.00016
Overview Several individuals wearing costumes pose as a group in the Alfred Triefus home. Identified individuals are Alfred Triefus, Beatrice Triefus, Ad Mayer, Aimee Mayer, Walter Appel, Rose Appel, Julius Walbrann, Edith Walbrann, Felix Weil, Francis Weil, Louis Cohen, Hugo Rothenberg, Celeste Rothenberg, Morris Ripley, Rose Ripley, M.D. Barnett, Louis Isaacson, Geraldine Isaacson, and Alfred Grauman.
Dates: 1931

New Years Party at Alfred Triefus Home, 1931

 Item
Identifier: B063.05.0041.00017
Overview Several individuals wearing costumes pose as a group in the Alfred Triefus home. Identified individuals are Alfred Triefus, Beatrice Triefus, Ad Mayer, Aimee Mayer, Walter Appel, Rose Appel, Julius Walbrann, Edith Walbrann, Felix Weil, Francis Weil, Louis Cohen, Hugo Rothenberg, Celeste Rothenberg, Morris Ripley, Rose Ripley, M.D. Barnett, Louis Isaacson, Geraldine Isaacson, and Alfred Grauman.
Dates: 1931