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Schoen Family Papers

 Series
Identifier: B240
Henry Schoen immigrated from Hungary in 1890 and worked as a salesman. He married Mildred Block on June 14, 1914 in Denver with Rabbi William S. Freidman performing the ceremony. They had two children, Lewis and Vivian. Mildred was Colorado born to German immigrant parents. The Schoen family were members of Congregation Emanuel and they, along with Mildred's mother Babette Block, in Congregation Emanuel Cemetery.

Collection contains postcards, a marriage certificate, report cards from elementary school 1895, a certificate of appreciation, awards and a scrapbook related to the Schoen Family.

Dates

  • 1895-1968

Creator

Extent

1.25 Linear Feet ((1 container) print box) ; 19 x 15 x 1 1/2 inches

Scope and Contents

Collection contains postcards, a marriage certificate, report cards from elementary school 1895, a certificate of appreciation, awards and a scrapbook related to the Schoen Family.

Biographical / Historical

Henry Schoen immigrated from Hungary in 1890 and worked as a salesman. He married Mildred Block on June 14, 1914 in Denver with Rabbi William S. Freidman performing the ceremony. They had two children, Lewis and Vivian. Mildred was Colorado born to German immigrant parents. The Schoen family were members of Congregation Emanuel and they, along with Mildred's mother Babette Block, in Congregation Emanuel Cemetery.

Arrangement

This collection is arranged in two series:; 1. Papers; 2. Scrapbook;

Repository Details

Part of the Special Collections and Archives Repository

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