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Hornbein, Philip, Jr., 1915-1987



Like his father, Philip Hornbein, Jr. was an attorney in Denver. He graduated from CU Law School and married Anne Levine in 1967. His father was Philip L. Hornbein, 1879-1962.

Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:

And Justice You Shall Pursue: Colorado's Early Jewish Attorneys, 2003

Identifier: B230.03.0023.00002

Brief biographies of early Jewish lawyers in Colorado and their contributions to the law, the Jewish community, and Colorado. (Two DVD copies.)

Dates: 2003

Blazing the Trail: An Early History of Denver’s Jewish Community, 2009

Identifier: B230.03.0023.00008

Brief description of several early Jewish leaders of commerce, philanthropy, religion, and community as well as several Jewish lawyers, doctors, merchants, and politicians in Colorado.

Dates: 2009

Box 2, between1941-1945

 File — Box B167.03.0002: Series B167.03 [Barcode: U186020738869]
Identifier: B167.03.0002

Philip Hornbein Jr. military jacket and cap.

Dates: between1941-1945

Citizens of the State: Colorado's Early Jewish Politicians, 2007

Identifier: B230.03.0023.00006
Abstract This film examines the pivotal role early Colorado Jewish citizens played in the state's political life. Despite their distinction as a religious minority, pioneer Jews in communities throughout Colorado were viewed as a positive and stablitizing influence who upheld morality and order in the new settlements. Virtually every town in Colorado had a Jewish mayor by the turn of the nineteenth century, including Denver, Central City, and Fairplay. Includes brief biographies of Jewish men and...
Dates: 2007

Hornbein Family in Pine Crest, Colorado, 1922

Identifier: B063.05.0038.00068

Philip and Flora Hornbein stand behind two of their children, Philip Jr. and Marjorie, on vacation in Pine Crest, Colorado. The family stands on a trail.

Dates: 1922

Hornbein Family Papers

Identifier: B167

The Hornbein family of Denver, Colorado, was actively involved in the Colorado Jewish and larger community. Philip L. Hornbein (1879-1962) married Flora Anfenger (1888-1964) in 1905, and they had three children: Louis (1907-1912), Marjorie (1913-2006) and Philip (1915-1987). The collections consists of material objects, photographs, and documents that belonged to the Hornbein family.

Dates: 1902-1988

Hornbein Family Portrait, 1923

Identifier: B063.05.0013.00024

Flora and Philip Hornbein stand in front of a false scenic coastline backdrop with their children, Marjorie and Philip Jr., mounted on a wooden donkey in front of them. Photograph was taken on a trip to San Francisco, California in 1923. Philip Hornbein was a Colorado trial lawyer, a leader in the fight against the Ku Klux Klan, and chairman of Colorado's Democratic Party during the presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Dates: 1923

Oral History Interview with Phillip Hornbein, Jr., 1981 May 9

Identifier: B098.01.0004.00095
Abstract "Philip Hornbein, Jr. talks about his father, Philip Hornbein, Sr. He describes his father's parents, immigrants from Eastern Europe in the 1870s and his siblings, as well as his father's education in Denver, Colo. He details legal cases his father handled while an attorney in Denver, including his efforts against the Ku Klux Klan. His father was born in New York City and attended the University of Denver, School of Law, graduating in 1902. Philip Hornbein, Jr. describes his father's role in...
Dates: 1981 May 9

Phi Sigma Delta Fraternity, 1936 June

Identifier: B063.04.0037.00080
Abstract A group of young men pose together on the steps of an unidentified building with an older man and a dog, their mascot named Romeo. Top row left to right, Edward N. Bronstein, Gerald Rosenblum, Philip Hornbein, Myron Goldberg, Harry A. Frumess, and Milton Morris. Next to top row left to right, Edward Pringle, Edward Mellicker, Irving Hayutin, Sam Rifkin, Leonard Leff, Richard Saliman, and Louis Dubin. Next to bottom row left to right, Sampson Knoll, Ray Katz, and David Weinberg. Bottom...
Dates: 1936 June

Phi Sigma Delta Fraternity, 1934 May

Identifier: B063.04.0037.00081

A group of young men pose together on the steps of an unidentified building with a dog, their mascot named Dochess. Top row left to right, Reiwitz, Lewin, and Janowitz. Next to top row left to right Edward Pringle, Berger, Schwartz, Edward Mellicker, and Richard Saliman. Bottom row left to right Friedland, Harry A. Frumess, Dochess, Hyman Chester, Milton Morris, Philip Hornbein, and Louis Dubin.

Dates: 1934 May