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Anna Mantz Papers

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Identifier: M164
Scope and Contents Copy of Hesperus, April 1, 1892; Diploma (with photo) Charles Armstrong Mantz, B Phil. 1894 in Maroon leather folder; ribbon low of school colors; Certificate issued to Carrie Eleanor Armstrong indicating completion of Prep School signed by A. B. Hyde, John Evans, Wm Mills(?); 10 Misc photos; 1 clipping " will Iliff's women's drill team"; 1 packet of "Mystic Albums";note and several pages of information from Miss Anna E. Mantz

Bernie Eisenstat Family Papers

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Identifier: B123
Overview Raymond Stone compiled and edited a book on the Chepelevskys of Slonim, the Eisenstadts of Telechan, and the Vernikovskys of Slonim. He has sketches of various family members and a family tree back to the 1800s in the book. Also in the collection is a folder with a family tree of the Eisenstadt family that goes back to about 1417, a two-page success story by Ray Stone, and a Stone/Eisenstat/Chappell Family roster.

Bidwell Family Papers

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Identifier: M399
Overview Elbert Emil Bidwell (Class of 1945) and Beverly Adams Bidwell (BBA, 1947) attended the University of Denver and were very active in various student organizations. The Bidwell Family Papers consist of certificates, paddles, plaques, medals and pins, and other memorabilia relating to their activities as students at DU.

Buchtel Family Scrapbook and Photographs

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Identifier: M053
Overview

The Buchtel Family Scrapbook contains photographs of scenery as well as family pictures. The Scrapbook features the family of Frost Craft Buchtel, son of Henry Agustus Buchtel who was Governor of Colorado and Chancellor of the University of Denver. Frost Buchtel was married to Margaret Waugh (1881-1976) whose photo appears in the scrapbook together with her mother and several of her children, including Barbara, Johnnie and Henry Augustus Buchtel III.

Cree-Weiser Families Genealogical Material

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Identifier: M133
Overview

The Cree and Weiser families were associated both as pioneers in Georgetown, Colorado and as early supporters of the University of Denver. John Cree was a Methodist minister, a founding trustee of the University of Denver (Colorado Seminary), and Postmaster of Georgetown. Dr. Reuben Bossart Weiser was a Colorado State Senator, Georgetown dentist, and Dean of D.U. Dental College. The papers contain biographical and genealogical material about those men and their families.

Dow Family

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Identifier: M137
Scope and Contents Scrapbook from 1860.

Frankel Family Papers

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Identifier: B149
Overview Henry Franke (1861-1909) was born in Manchester, England, but settled in Chicago, Illinois. He married his wife Lulu Kline (1865-1932) in 1882, and the couple had three children: Louis, Suzy and Henry (Henny). In 1900, the family moved to Denver (Lulu's birthplace) for Henry's health. Henry and Lulu opened Frankel Staionary store in 1906, which under the guidence of Henry Frankel Jr. eventually became the Frankel Manufacturing Company. The company produced typewriter ribbons as its first...

Gabelman Whelan Family Papers

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Identifier: M365
Overview Collection contains six boxes of papers, photographs, publications, textiles, correspondence, clippings, keepsakes, and other materials relating to the life, family, and career of Cyprienne Gabelman Whelan.

Heller Family Papers

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Identifier: B162
Overview Max Heller wrote a booklet on the Heller Family and compiled family trees for the Heller and Tajerstein-Auger families. He was born 1915 in the eastern Polish town of Wlodzimierz-Wolynsk also know as Ludmir. Collection contains family histories, family trees photographs related to the Heller family. Collection also contains photo albums from various schools, including Cheltenham, Lake Junior High, the Talmud Torah, and the Colfax school which were attended by Minnie Heller, Max Heller, and...

Hoffman Family History

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Identifier: B326
Overview Sinai and Dorothy Hoffman were both Russian, married there and had 14 children, 9 of whom survived to adulthood. Beginning in 1905, their children began immigrating to the United States with 19 members of the family immigrating by 1913, including spouses and a grandchild by then, the final son, his wife and two children came in 1922. The family ran a grocery store and a tire business in Denver. Collection contains a book, titled: Loyal Family Circle: A History of Sinai and Dora Hoffman and...

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