The Averch family arrived in Denver from Eastern Europe the turn of the 20th Century from Eastern Europe. Morris Averch founded Captiol Meat Packing Company in 1925 with sons David and Meyer.
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Abstract Brief biographies of Jewish Cowboys, Cattlemen, and Poultry Growers in Colorado. Written and directed by Jeanne Abrams for the 2015 RMJHS Dinner.
Abstract The Miller family came from Lithuania in 1890s. Robert Lazar Miller was one of the founders of the Denver stockyards and became the chief buyer for the K and B Meat Packing Company. The Averch family arrived in Denver from Eastern Europe in the early 1900s and later founded the Capitol Meat Packing Company in 1925. Holocaust survivor Jack Stern came to the US as a refugee in 1949, moved to Denver and became a cattle buyer for the Averch family packing house. He later operated his own farm and...
Abstract Morris and Zelda Averch and their family pose for a formal portrait. From left to right: Morris Averch, Anna Averch Kaminsky, Meyer Averch, Dave Averch, and Zelda Averch.
Dates: circa 1908
Abstract The Morris and Zelda Averch family celebrate the Passover Seder with their children and grandchildren, including members of the Kaminsky family. From left to right, Samuel Kaminsky, Estelle Kaminsky (Levitt), Anna Averch Kaminsky, Eleanor Kaminsky (Nasbarg), Zelda and Morris Averch, Stanley Averch, Dave and Verner Averch, Evelyn Averch, Eva Averch, Meyer Averch and Estelle Averch (Stine).