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Hayutin, Anna Ginsberg, 1893-1973

 Person

Anna Ginsberg Hayutin was the mother of Peryle Hayutin Beck, one of the namesakes for the Peryle Hayutin and Ira M. Beck Memorial Archives. She was born in New York City on November 13, 1893 and died in Denver, Colorado in July 1973.

Found in 134 Collections and/or Records:

Embroidered Doily, between 1912-1920

 Item
Identifier: B107.02.0006.00003
Abstract A small white cotton doily with embroidered pink, yellow, blue and purple flowers bordered in a blue outline. There is a border of lace around the entire perimeter of the doily. Handmade by Anna F. Ginsberg Hayutin.
Dates: between 1912-1920

Fan Shaped Rhinestone Earrings, between 1950-1960

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Identifier: B107.01.0003.00007
Abstract A pair of fan shaped earrings with simulated blue topaz and crystal rhinestone insets. Originally belonged to Anna F. Ginsberg Hayutin.
Dates: between 1950-1960

Formal Portrait of the Morris Hayutin Family, circa 1943

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Identifier: B063.05.0013.00092
Abstract In a formal portrait, Anna Ginsberg Hayutin and Morris Hayutin are seated and behind them are from left to right, their sons Arthur and Irving Hayutin, Irving Hayutin's wife Syma Sigman Hayutin, their daughter Peryle Hayutin Beck, and her husband Ira M. Beck. Irving Hayutin is wearing a military uniform.
Dates: circa 1943

Formal Portrait of the Morris Hayutin Family, circa 1943

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Identifier: B063.05.0033.0001.00001
Abstract In a formal portrait, Anna Ginsberg Hayutin and Morris Hayutin are seated and behind them are from left to right, their sons Arthur and Irving Hayutin, Irving Hayutin's wife Syma Sigman Hayutin, their daughter Peryle Hayutin Beck, and her husband Ira M. Beck. Irving Hayutin is wearing a military uniform.
Dates: circa 1943

Formal Portrait of the Morris Hayutin Family, circa 1943

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Identifier: B063.05.0033.0001.00002
Abstract In a formal portrait, Anna Ginsberg Hayutin and Morris Hayutin are seated and behind them are from left to right, their sons Arthur and Irving Hayutin, Irving Hayutin's wife Syma Sigman Hayutin, their daughter Peryle Hayutin Beck, and her husband Ira M. Beck. Irving Hayutin is wearing a military uniform.
Dates: circa 1943

Fuchsia Day Hat, circa 1962

 Item
Identifier: B107.01.0002.00002
Abstract This is a small circular, wire-brimmed fuchsia day hat with ribbon trimming the brim and forming an attached bow. White, light blue, medium blue and pink dyed feathers are glued to the front brim. The veil is a large open square weave of pink tulle with flocking dyed pink and is geometrically arranged on the tulle. The inside center back of the hat has black monofilament tulle with four bobby pins used to secure the hat to the wearer's head. Interior label reads: ''Seven-Eleven Fifth Avenue; G...
Dates: circa 1962

Hand-Embroidered Linen Tablecloth, between 1912-1920

 Item
Identifier: B107.02.0005.00001
Abstract Pink, purple and blue flowers embroidered on a white cotton tablecloth. A blue border is also embroidered, along with two butterflies. The tablecloth is trimmed in pink and white lace and is part of a embroidered bedroom linen set. It was handmade by Anna F. Ginsberg Hayutin and probably used on top of a nightstand or dresser.
Dates: between 1912-1920

Hand-Embroidered Silk Handkerchief, between 1912-1920

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Identifier: B107.01.0004.00001
Abstract Purple and white pansies with green leaves embroidered on the entire border of a square silk chiffon handkerchief. A small flower design is embroidered throughout the center of the handkerchief.This handkerchief was handmade by Anna F. Ginsberg Hayutin.
Dates: between 1912-1920

Hayutins and Becks, 1945

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Identifier: B063.05.0041.00048
Abstract Left to right Ira Beck holding dogs, Morris Hayutin, Arthur Hayutin, Peryle Hayutin Beck, and Anna Ginsberg Hayutin pose on a front porch after Ira's discharge from the Army and during Arthur's leave from the Air Force.
Dates: 1945

Ivory Linen Tablecloth, between 1912-1920

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Identifier: B107.02.0005.00003
Abstract Ivory linen tablecloth with blue and ivory hand-embroidered flowers and leaves on top center. The tablecloth was handmade by Anna F. Ginsberg Hayutin.
Dates: between 1912-1920