Charles and Louise Michael Rosenbaum Papers
Charles Rosenbaum was born in Salem, Massachusetts on April 9, 1901 to Russian Jewish immigrants. The family moved to Denver in 1905, where his father died of tuberculosis. Charles Rosebaum peddled newspapers for the Rocky Mountain News when he was very young. He graduated from the University of Denver College of Law when he was twenty. Charles Rosenbaum was appointed as a district court judge in Denver. He was named to the Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration in 1957 and was a delegate to the United Nations in 1960 and was in the session in which Nikita Khruschev banged his shoe angrily on the desk. In 1960 he and Lou Isaacson formed the prestigeous law firm of Isaacson Rosenbaum. His son Stanton Rosenbaum and son-in-law Myron Miller also joined the firm. Charles Rosenbaum married Louise Michael on July 4, 1928 and he died on July 16, 1973. Louis Michael was born in Denver on June 29, 1905 and died in Denver in 1996. She was the daughter of Stella Anfenger Michael and David Michael and the granddaughter of Louis and Louise Anfenger. Charles and Louise Rosenbaum had two children, Stanton D. Rosenbaum and Louise Miller. Louis Rosenbaum married Myron "Micky" Miller, who developed the ranch lands belonging to the Miller Jewish family into Montbello. Collection contains a flower print wedding dress, a woman's wedding night gown with flower embroidery, a set of men's wedding pajamas, photographs, scrapbooks with photographs of world leaders, news clippings, ephemera, a framed law degree, cassette tapes, and diaries related Charles and Louise Michael Rosenbaum from 1915 through 1996.
14.75 Linear Feet (10 containers) : 8 print boxes and 2 record boxes
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- The Collection is in English, but there are some Hebrew words and phrases.