Roth, Henry, 1865-1923
Henry Roth was born in Pacen, Hungary in 1865 and moved to Pueblo 1896 with his wife Rose Schon Roth. Henry worked as a lamplighter in Central Park in New York City before moving to Pueblo. He worked as a policeman in Pueblo and carried Badge No. 29. The Roths' daughter Hannah married Adolph Hausman.
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Scope and Contents From the Collection: Collection contains photographs, newspaper clippings, and programs related to the Roth and Ambrose families from 1890 through 1966.
Dates: circa 1905
Overview Image of the front and back of Henry Roth's Pueblo Police Badge No. 29. The badge on the front shows an eagle with a snake in its mouth, "Pueblo" and "Police" in raised letters, and the number "29." On the back is the rear view of the eagle, a star, and the number "29."
Dates: circa 1912
Overview Henry Roth moved to Pueblo, Colorado around 1896 with his wife Rose Schon Roth. Henry Roth joined the Pueblo Police Department and carried badge No. 29. Hannah Roth, the daughter of Henry and Rose Roth, was born on Hester Street in New York and was young when the family moved to Pueblo. Hannah Roth married itinerant Hungarian cowboy Adolph Hausman and the couple moved to a lumber camp in British Columbia, where their first child Harriett was born in 1913. After a year in Canada, the family...
Dates: between 1890-1976
Overview Brief biographies of Jewish men and women who grew up in small communities in Colorado. Contains historical photographs and interviews with people describing their childhoods.
Overview Formal studio portrait of the Henry Roth family of Pueblo, Colorado. Back row left to right are Rebecca (Becky) Roth (Engel), Henry Roth (father), Rose Schon Roth (mother), and Benjamin Roth. Front row left to right David Roth, Pearl Roth (Mestel), Sidney Roth, Paul Roth, and Hannah Roth (Hausman).
Dates: circa 1912