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Marshall Fogel Papers

 Collection
Identifier: B199
The Fogel and Fallick families lived in both the West Side Jewish community and the East Side Jewish community in Denver, Colorado. The Fallick family attended the Romanian Shul and Nathan Fallick was a founder of the Hebrew Educational Alliance. Max and Ida Fogel’s children were Ladeen (Pluss), Marshall, and Helen Ruth (Mozer). After graduating from the University of Denver’s law school, Marshall Fogel became an assistant district attorney for Denver before entering private law practice. Marshall Fogel has assembled one of the largest baseball memorabilia collections in the United States.

The collection contains memorabilia, scrapbooks, photographs, newclippings, material culture items, books and articles, documents, legal materials, and family information on the Fogel and Fallick families. The scrapbooks were created by Ladeen and by Marshall Fogel. The material culture items contain a wedding dress, hats, and an International Footprint Association (police support group) shirt.

Dates

  • Other: 1932-2010

Creator

Extent

22 Linear Feet

Biographical / Historical

The Fogel and Fallick families lived in both the West Side Jewish community and the East Side Jewish community in Denver, Colorado. Max Fogel was born in Poland on November 15, 1909 and died in Denver on December 1, 1983. Ida Fallick Fogel was born on Denver’s west side on September 15, 1913 and died on Denver’s east side on February 1, 2011. Her father Nathan Fallick was from Romania and her mother was from Palestine. The Fallick family attended the Romanian Shul and Nathan Fallick was a founder of the Hebrew Educational Alliance. Ida moved to the east side of Denver in 1926, when she went to live with a sister and brother-in-law. Ida was a member of the National Council of Jewish Women. Max and Ida Fogel’s children were Ladeen (Pluss), Marshall, and Helen Ruth (Mozer). After graduating from the University of Denver’s law school, Marshall Fogel became an assistant district attorney for Denver before entering private law practice. Marshall Fogel has assembled one of the largest baseball memorabilia collections in the United States.

Arrangement

The papers are arranged in five series: 1) Personal and Family Materials; 2) Legal Career; 3) Scrapbooks, Newspaper Clippings, Photographs; 4) Publications and 5) Material Culture.

Repository Details

Part of the Special Collections and Archives Repository

Contact:
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