Binnard Family, circa 1978, 1861-1978
The Binnard family was prominent throughout the American west during the late-nineteenth century, having settled throughout Washington, Montana, and Idaho. James Binnard and his brothers Abraham, Bennet, and Berka (Birka?) emigrated from Poland to America in 1861. James and Bennet settled in Rochester, New York, where Bennet worked as a hoop skirt and corset manufacturer. James Binnard's son Joseph Binnard moved west to Butte, Montana. Annie Binnard, Bennet' s eldest daughter, was born in Buffalo, NY, and later moved to Lewiston, Idaho, where she married Nathan Fischer in 1883. Bennet's son Daniel, also born in Buffalo, moved to Elk City, Idaho, in 1877. Information regarding the Binnard family was donated to the Beck Archives by Mrs. Charles H. Starr in 1978.
- circa 1978
- Other: 1861-1978
From the File: 1 Items : legal document box
Scope and Contents
Newspaper clipping about Daniel Binnard; written known history of the Binnard family, beginning in 1861; documents regarding the Binnard-Fischer wedding (1883), including a newspaper article and a list of gifts received; records from Normal Hill Cemetery in Lewiston, Ohio; correspondence between Mrs. Charles H. Starr and the Beck Memorial Archives.
- From the Collection: University of Denver. Center for Judaic Studies. Ira M. Beck Memorial Collection of Rocky Mountain Jewish History (Organization)