Beck, Ira M., 1922-1975
Found in 58 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Collection contains the papers of Ira M. Beck, Peryle Beck, the Hayutin family, the Simui family and records of Central Electric. The Ginsberg family settled on Denver's west side in 1910, and they became an active part of the Orthodox Jewish community. Max Ginsberg prospered in an auto-wrecking and metal business and was a founding member of Congregation Zere Israel. Anne Ginsberg, the daughter of Max and D'vera Ginsberg, married the son of Russian immigrants, business Morris Hayutin, who...
Overview An ivory-colored birthday card given to Peryle Hayutin Beck from her husband, Ira M. Beck. The front has two pink and yellow roses and a yellow ribbon sewn into the card's surface with gold lettering: ''My Birthday Gift Is A Gift of Love''. Inside the card in black lettering: ''My gift to you is a gift of love, That shall last to the longest day. It won't wear out, and it can't be lost, And it can't be given away'', and ''Ira'' is signed in blue ink.
Dates: circa 1935
Overview A blue velvet tefillin (pylacteries) bag. This view shows the front side with a wheat colored Star of David stitched with simple running stitches. A drawstring runs through the mouth of the bag, consisting of brown cotton and blue wool interwoven strings. Originally belonged to Ira M. Beck.
Dates: circa 1970
Overview Group portrait of the Central Electric staff standing on the steps in the front of the building. Sam Beck and Ira Beck stand in the center of the front row.
Dates: circa 1960