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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 5 Collections and/or Records:

Hornbein Family Portrait, 1923

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Identifier: B063.05.0013.00024
Overview Flora and Philip Hornbein stand in front of a false scenic coastline backdrop with their children, Marjorie and Philip Jr., mounted on a wooden donkey in front of them. Photograph was taken on a trip to San Francisco, California in 1923. Philip Hornbein was a Colorado trial lawyer, a leader in the fight against the Ku Klux Klan, and chairman of Colorado's Democratic Party during the presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Louise Anfenger with Children, circa 1890

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Identifier: B063.05.0013.00022
Overview Louise Anfenger of Denver, Colorado sits with a baby on her lap and her five other children at her side. Milton stands left, the other boys are Joseph and Fred. The girls are Flora, Fannie, and Stella. Louis Anfenger (Louise's husband), arrived in Denver in 1870 and was a founder of Temple Emanuel, B'nai B'rith and National Jewish Hospital.

Louise Anfenger with Children, circa 1890

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Identifier: B106.03.0015.0001.00001
Overview Louise Anfenger of Denver, Colorado sits with a baby on her lap and her five other children at her side. Milton stands left, the other boys are Joseph and Fred. The girls are Flora, Fannie, and Stella. Louis Anfenger (Louise's husband), arrived in Denver in 1870 and was a founder of Temple Emanuel, B'nai B'rith and National Jewish Hospital.

Portrait of the Louis Anfenger Family, between 1895-1900

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Identifier: B063.05.0005.00006
Overview Louis (1842-1900) and Louise Schlesinger (1847-1938) Anfenger seated front center, with their eight children. Children, back row, left to right: Max, Fannie, Stella, Milton, and Fred. Children front row: Harold, Flora, and Joseph. Louis Anfenger was born in Bavaria and came to the United States in the 1850s. He moved west to Denver, Colorado in 1870, started out working as a clerk, and became a highly successful businessman in the area of real estate. Louise He was also elected to the state...

Silver Calling Card Tray, Early 20th Century

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Identifier: B167.03.0004.00004
Scope and Contents Silver oval shaped dresser tray with the initial "F" engraved in the center. Irises on each end of the border. American Silver Plate Co, stamped on back. Looks like a tray for holding visiting cards or calling cards.