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Social life and customs

 Subject
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 5 Collections and/or Records:

Carole and Gail Marcus at Tiny Town, circa 1952

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Identifier: B315.01.00016
Overview Sisters Carole Jean and Gail Ruth Marcus are sitting in a train at Tiny Town, Colorado. Their parents were Morey and Anne Levitt Marcus.

Family Picnic, circa 1951

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Identifier: B315.01.00022
Overview Four adults and three children are eating at a picnic table. There are cars and trees behind them. The children from left to right are Carole Marcus, who is sticking out her tongue, her sister Gail Marcus, and their cousin Ronnie Rubanowitz. The adults from left to right are Mary Levitt Rubanowitz, Sam Rubanowitz, Linda Tein, and Moshe Levitt.

Levitt Sisters and Children, circa 1942

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Identifier: B315.01.00033
Overview Sisters Tillie Levitt Tein, Dorothy Levitt Cohen, and Anne Levitt Marcus are standing in front of a house holding their young children. On the left is Tillie Tein with her son Bobby Tein, in the center is Dorothy Cohen with her son Bernie Cohen, and on the right is Anne Marcus with her daughter Carole Marcus.

Ronnie Rubanowitz and Carole and Gail Marcus, circa 1951

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Identifier: B315.01.00023
Overview Sisters Carole Jean (left) and Gail Ruth Marcus (center) and their cousin Ronnie Rubanowitz are leaning against a car and are eating watermelons. The girls' parents were Morey and Anne Levitt Marcus and Ronnie Rubanowitz's parents were Samuel and Mary Levitt Rubanowitz.

Yetta Levitt with Tein and Marcus Grandchildren, circa 1948

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Identifier: B315.01.00014
Overview Yetta Prezant Levitt is standing in front of a brick house with her grandchildren. From left to right are Carole Marcus, Linda Tein, and Bobby Tein. Isadore and Yetta Prezant Levitt came from Russia and settled in the Eastern European Jewish neighborhood around West Colfax Avenue in Denver, Colorado.