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Social life and customs

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Private Note: This term is an LCSH subdivision only. Used under places and classes of persons. Consider LCSH: Manners and customs as a heading.

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Colorado Association of Elks, circa 1912

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Identifier: B091.01.0002.00001.00021
Overview A group of Colorado Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks members pose in front of the Elks building at 421 Main Street in Ouray, Colorado. The brick Elks Lodge is a 1906 Italianate-Second Empire building. Over the front entrance is a clock with an elk's head decoration in the center of the clock. The curved arch area of the windows have leaded stained glass pieces. Anfenger is fourth from the right of men who are sitting. The photograph is on page 177 of Milton Anfenger's scrapbook. It is...

Denver Elks Drill Team, 1912 July

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Identifier: B091.01.0002.00001.00022
Overview The drill team of the Denver Lodge of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks is lined up on a field. Denver won the Elks' drill team competition in Portland, Oregon. The photograph is on page 193 of Milton Anfenger's scrapbook. It is said that Congregation Emanuel in Denver, Colorado was founded at the bris or circumcision ceremony of Milton Anfenger, the eldest son of Louis and Louise Anfenger. Milton Anfenger became a successful attorney and leader in Denver. A member of Elks Lodge #17,...

Denver Elks Drill Team Postcard, 1912 July

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Identifier: B091.04.0003.0003.00001
Overview The drill team of the Denver Lodge of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks is lined up on a field. Denver won the Elks' drill team competition in Portland, Oregon. It is said that Congregation Emanuel in Denver, Colorado was founded at the bris or circumcision ceremony of Milton Anfenger, the eldest son of Louis and Louise Anfenger. Milton Anfenger became a successful attorney and leader in Denver. A member of Elks Lodge #17, he was elected Exalted Ruler in 1913.

Denver Elks Float, circa 1912

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Identifier: B091.01.0002.00001.00023
Overview Women sit on a float decorated with cloth swags and floral arrangements. The photograph is on page 193 of Milton Anfenger's scrapbook. It is said that Congregation Emanuel in Denver, Colorado was founded at the bris or circumcision ceremony of Milton Anfenger, the eldest son of Louis and Louise Anfenger. Milton Anfenger became a successful attorney and leader in Denver. A member of Elks Lodge #17, he was elected Exalted Ruler in 1913.

Elks Mid Western Dinner, 1938 July 12

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Identifier: B091.04.0003.0003.00002
Overview Group at the Mid Western Dinner of the Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks at the 74th National Convention. Milton Louis Anfenger is seated at the rear circular table at the right in front of a window. He is wearing a boutonnière and a ribbon. It is said that Congregation Emanuel in Denver, Colorado was founded at the bris or circumcision ceremony of Milton Anfenger, the eldest son of Louis and Louise Anfenger. Milton Anfenger became a successful attorney and leader in Denver. A member...

Group of Men and Women in Front of Fence, circa 1912

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Identifier: B091.01.0002.00001.00019
Overview Group of men and women standing in front of a large wood fence. Milton Anfenger is eighth from the right in the front. He is standing sideways and is smoking a cigar. The photograph is on page 172 of Milton Anfenger's scrapbook. He belonged to a number of organizations, including B'nai B'rith and the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. Milton Anfenger was also a Colorado state senator and an attorney.

Group of Men and Women on Hill, circa 1912

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Identifier: B091.01.0002.00001.00020
Overview Group of men and women standing on the top of a hill. A man standing on the right is holding a baseball. Milton Anfenger is the fourth from the right and is standing sideways. The photograph is on page 172 of Milton Anfenger's scrapbook. He belonged to a number of organizations, including the Independent Order of B'nai B'rith and the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. Milton Louis Anfenger was a member of the Denver Base Ball Club and was owner of the Denver Bears from 1923 to 1932. He...

Newspaper Photographs at Overland Park, Denver, 1905 June 27

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Identifier: B091.01.0002.00001.00005
Overview Newspaper photographs of members of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks at races at Overland Park in Denver, Colorado. The identification of the top photograph: ''1--A group of Winners--Left to right: Judge Peter L. Palmer, Roland G. Parvin, Milton L. Anfenger, Frank Gist, George P. Steele, Otto Herres.'' Milton Anfenger is standing in the center wearing a light-colored jacket. Behind the men are people in the stands. A member of Elks Lodge #17, Milton Anfenger was elected Exalted Ruler...