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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:

Articles, Publications and Genealogical Materials, 1880-2005

 File
Identifier: B100.01.0001.0001
Overview This folder contains newspaper and magazine articles, family tree charts, and brief family histories relating to the Kobey family.

Aspen, Colorado, between 1940-1995

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Identifier: B114.03.0001.0003
Overview A Jewish resident of Aspen offers her reflections on Jewish life in Aspen in 1994 and surveys Jewish contributions to Aspen's culture and economy. David Hyman was an early investor in Aspen in 1880 and, along with Elias Cohn, was a major figure in the town's mining industry. Yom Kippur services were held in the Wheeler Opera House in 1889.

It Pays to Advertise - Aspen High Senior Class School Play, 1923 April 18

 Item
Identifier: B100.03.0001.0003.00005
Overview Actors in the Aspen High School senior class play ''It Pays to Advertise'' pose for a group portrait at the Isis Theater in Aspen, Colorado on April 18, 1923. Among the players were Dorothy Kobey as Conessa de Beaurain, Silas Kobey as Ambrose Peale, and Nathan Kobey as Cyrus Martin.

Kobey Family Home in Aspen, Colorado, circa 1915

 Item
Identifier: B063.02.0010.00005
Overview Exterior of the Kobey family home in Aspen, Colorado.

Photographs of the Kobey and Related Families, 1899-2005

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Identifier: B100.02.0001.0002
Overview This folder contains four original photographs, as well as printed copies of digital photographs from series 3 of the Dorothy ''Dokes'' Berry Papers. The photographs are of the Kobey and related families, the Kobey Shoe & Clothing store and the home of Harris and Leah Sheffel Kobey in Aspen, Colorado.