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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 3 Collections and/or Records:

35th Wedding Anniversary of Anna and Morris Hayutin, 1947

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Identifier: B063.05.0033.0001.00003
Overview Guests at the thirty-fifth wedding anniversary of Anna Ginsberg and Morris Hayutin are standing and seated at tables in a large room at the Wolhurst Country Club. The view is from the back of the room toward the head table where the Morris Hayutin family are seated. Guests identified on the back of the photograph are Rose Hayutin (Mrs. Harry), Robert Hayutin, Albert Hayutin, Becky Hayutin, Pearl Wolfson, Meyer Wolfson, Freda Zelinger, Morey Zelinger, Mr. Rosenblum, Rita Rosenblum, Pauline...
Dates: 1947

Oral History Interview with Peryle Hayutin Beck, 1989 February 5

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Identifier: B098.01.0006.00139
Overview Peryle Hayutin Beck (1914-2006) recalls her family history, including the Ginsbergs' and Hayutins' origins in the Russian Empire; their arrival in America in the late 19th century; the loss of several relatives in World War I; her family's ties to the Lower East Side Jewish community in New York City and Memphis, Tennessee; the arrival of Dora Ginsberg, her paternal grandmother, in Denver, Colorado for health reasons; and the extended family's gradual move from New York to Denver. She also...
Dates: 1989 February 5

Portrait of Anna Ginsberg Hayutin, circa 1912

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Identifier: B063.08.0047.00002
Overview Anna Ginsberg Hayutin sits with her hands folded on her lap. She wears an elaborate hat and a long dress with lace at the collar and sleeves. Anna Ginsberg was born in Russia but came to New York City with her parents, D'vera and Max Ginsberg. They moved to Denver in 1910 when she was still a young girl. Anna married the son of Russian immigrants, businessman Morris Hayutin, who owned the Western Supply Company and later the Public Industrial Bank.
Dates: circa 1912