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Milstein, Shul Baer, d. 1915

 Person

Milstein, who immigrated from Russia, was an early leader in Denver's westside Orthodox Jewish community, and previously a patriarch of the Cotopaxi Colony, an agricultural community established in 1882 that failed in 1884. Ran a kosher meat market. Later owned cattle, a stock yard and packing plant.

Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

At Home on the Range: Colorado Jewish Cowboys, Cattlemen, and Poultry Growers, 2015

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Identifier: B230.03.0023.00014
Abstract Brief biographies of Jewish Cowboys, Cattlemen, and Poultry Growers in Colorado. Written and directed by Jeanne Abrams for the 2015 RMJHS Dinner.
Dates: 2015

Drawing of Shul Baer Milstein, 1959 November

 File
Identifier: B371.01.0003.00002
Abstract Drawing of a rabbi sitting at a table smoking a pipe and turning the pages of a book. Drawing is mosly black and grey with some yellow and red in the background. Some Hebrew text and Judaic symbols in background. Framed pastel drawing done by Jean-Jacque "Jaq" Mesterton Radinsky of Rabbi S. B. Milstein, the artist's grandfather. Written at the bottom of the page "Color as I remember of the hanging in his study, S. B. Milstein, my grandfather. Done from a 3 1/2 x 5 inch Black and White photo....
Dates: 1959 November

Establishing Jewish Life, Panel 2, 2001

 Item — Object: B297.02.01.00031
Identifier: B297.02.01.00031
Abstract One of 12 exhibit display panels from the exhibit "Blazing the Trail: Denver's Jewish Pioneers." Panel titled "Establishing Jewish Life" and includes Congregation Zera Abraham, Talmud Torah, Shul Baer Milstein, Oheb Zadek Congregation, Tenth Street Shul, and Rabbis Manuel Laderman and Elias Hillkowitz.
Dates: 2001

From Cotopaxi to Denver: Immigrant Jewish Farmers Become American Urban Community Leaders, 2010

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Identifier: B230.03.0023.00008
Abstract History of the ill-fated Cotopaxi Colony of Jewish immigrants in Colorado. Brief biographies of the families involved and their contribution to Denver and Colorado after they left the colony.
Dates: 2010

Letter from JCRS to Mr. S. B. Milstein, 1906 April 26

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Identifier: B002.01.0097.0112.00002
Abstract Typed letter from JCRS to Mr. S. B. Milstein, on April 26, 1906. The letter is informing Mr. Milstein that Mr. Budin has been accepted as a patient to the Sanatorium. The letter is not signed, but "Secretary" is typed at the bottom.
Dates: 1906 April 26

Oral History Interview with Wolfe Karsh, 1977 March 1

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Identifier: B098.01.0001.00008
Abstract Wolfe Karsh discusses his family's emigration from Poland to Denver, Colorado when he was three years old. He describes Jewish life in Denver in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, including the Jewish religious community in the early 20th century. He talks about Shul Baer Milstein and the Hebrew Educational Alliance. He also discusses his interest in singing, his various jobs in Denver, his experience in the U.S. Navy, and his experience as a farmer and cattle rancher.
Dates: 1977 March 1

Shul Baer Milstein Sits with a Long Pipe, circa 1895

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Identifier: B063.08.0039.00001
Abstract Shul Baer Milstein, wearing a yarmulke and smoking a long pipe, sits at a table with an open Talmud in front of him. A tapestry hangs on the wall behind his chair. Milstein, who immigrated from Russia, was an early leader in Denver's west side Orthodox Jewish community and in Congregation Zera Abraham. He was also a patriarch of the Cotopaxi Colony, an agricultural community located in Cotopaxi, Colorado that failed in 1884. He was a peddler and later opened his own kosher butcher shop.
Dates: circa 1895

Shul Baer Milstein Sits with a Long Pipe, circa 1895

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Identifier: B063.08.0016.00016
Abstract Shul Baer Milstein, wearing a yarmulke and smoking a long pipe, sits at a table with an open Talmud in front of him. A tapestry hangs on the wall behind his chair. Milstein, who immigrated from Russia, was an early leader in Denver's west side Orthodox Jewish community and in Congregation Zera Abraham. He was also a patriarch of the Cotopaxi Colony, an agricultural community located in Cotopaxi, Colorado that failed in 1884. He was a peddler and later opened his own kosher butcher shop.
Dates: circa 1895

Shul Baer Milstein Sits with a Long Pipe, circa 1895

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Identifier: B063.08.0008.00003
Abstract Shul Baer Milstein, wearing a yarmulke and smoking a long pipe, sits at a table with an open Talmud in front of him. A tapestry hangs on the wall behind his chair. Milstein, who immigrated from Russia, was an early leader in Denver's west side Orthodox Jewish community and in Congregation Zera Abraham. He was also a patriarch of the Cotopaxi Colony, an agricultural community located in Cotopaxi, Colorado that failed in 1884. He was a peddler and later opened his own kosher butcher shop.
Dates: circa 1895

Shul Baer Milstein Sits with a Long Pipe, circa 1895

 Item
Identifier: B063.08.0008.00005
Abstract Shul Baer Milstein, wearing a yarmulke and smoking a long pipe, sits at a table with an open Talmud in front of him. A tapestry hangs on the wall behind his chair. Milstein, who immigrated from Russia, was an early leader in Denver's west side Orthodox Jewish community and in Congregation Zera Abraham. He was also a patriarch of the Cotopaxi Colony, an agricultural community located in Cotopaxi, Colorado that failed in 1884. He was a peddler and later opened his own kosher butcher shop.
Dates: circa 1895