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Subject Source: Lcnaf

Found in 88 Collections and/or Records:

Martin Ritzewoller (Rikewoller), 1938-1960

Identifier: B111.08.0008.0010
Overview Rikewoller was born in 1907 in Germany. He escaped Nazi Germany around 1938. In 1957 he became a naturalized U.S. citizen in Denver.

Mary Lewin, between 1880-1900

Identifier: B063.08.0024.00093
Overview Studio portrait of Mary Lewin in Germany.

Mary Lewin with Family, between 1865-1875

Identifier: B063.05.0021.00097
Overview Mary Lewin as a child poses for a formal, studio with her mother and sisters, Eda and Julia.

Max Loewenstein's Briefcase, before 1939

Identifier: B333.01.0001.00002
Overview Brown leather briefcase that belonged to Dr. Max Loewenstein. The briefcase folds in half with interior pockets on both halves. One side has a locked flap pocket. The other side opens to paper lined pages with scripted writing in German and ink blots.

Max Loewenstein's Wallet, before 1939

Identifier: B333.01.0001.00001
Overview Black leather wallet that belonged to Dr. Max Loewenstein. The wallet folds in half with interior pockets on both halves. One side closes with a flap.

Messac, Magali

Identifier: D002.01.0003.0055
Overview Portrait of German ballet dancer Magali Messac, principle dancer for the American Ballet Theatre.

Morris Strouse , 1886-1977

Identifier: B111.09.0009.0018
Overview Morris Strause was born in Braunsbach, Germany on August 28, 1835. He moved to New York where he married Theresa Holzman and traveled across the US in various merchant positions. He moved to Colorado in search of gold and settled in Grand Junction with his family in 1882 where he began a clothing business, trading furs and skins and incorporating wool when the railroad was built. He passed away in November, 1928 as the Grand Junction's oldest and longest running merchant.

Mother's Day Poem from Ernest Loeb to Bella Loeb, 1933

Identifier: B407.01.0001.0010.00005
Overview Small, decorated, handwritten poem in German from Ernest Loeb. The poem is about how much Ernest loves his mother. A translation is available along with the scan of the letter itself.

Nejla Yatkin, circa 1999

Identifier: D002.01.0004.0083.00001

Nejla Yatkin, circa 1999

Identifier: D002.01.0004.0083.00002