Winograd Judd Family Papers
Abraham Winograd immigrated to the United State in 1909. He had been born in Biala, Poland. His future wife, Matilda Pinsky had come earlier with her parents and brother from Lithuania. The couple had two children, Eleanor, born in Denver in 1916 and died in Greeley in 2007, ahd Harold Winograd, born in Denver in 1921 and died in Greeley in 1971. Eleanor Winograd married Morris Judd, who was born in Denver in 1916 in Denver and died in Boulder in 2003. Morris was a philosophy adjunct professor at the University of Colorado in Boulder until he was unjustly fired during the McCarthy era. The Judd family moved to Greeley, Colorado and Morris Judd entered business with his father-in-law Abe Winograd. Their daughter Nina Judd moved back to Boulder after growing up in Greeley. Abe Winograd began a junk yard business in Greeley. The business grew to a large corporation the included a supermarket and steel and supply company. The Windograds were very active in Beth Israel Congregation in Greeley and Abe Winograd was a founder of the Hebrew Educational Alliance in Denver. Collection contains correspondence in Yiddish to and from Abe Winograd, Greely Tribune newsclippings, journals, affidavits, receipts, photographs, cassettes, and oral histories related to the Winograd and Judd familes from 1870 through 2013. It also includes recollections of Eleanor Winograd on her trip to Russia and Poland in 1936.
- Winograd, Abraham (Person)
Language of Materials
Much of the collection is correspondence in Yiddish with the remaindiner of the collection is in English.
8.25 Linear Feet (9 containers) : (5 record boxes, 1 legal document box, 1 cassette box, Video box, 1 print box)
This collection is arranged into six series: Series 1. Correspondence, 1911-1985; Series 2. Business Papers and Newsclippings, 1943-2000; Series 3. Winograd Documents and Papers, 1915-2013; Series 4. Judd Documents and Papers, 1934-2008; Series 5. Photographs, 1890-2010; 6. Audio Visual, 1955-2010 .
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