Social life and customs
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope 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 377 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Several individuals seated and standing around a table in Mr. and Mrs. Greinitz's house for a group photograph during an anniversary party. A cake with lit candles is in the middle of the table. Identified individuals are Libby and Joe Buchalter, Rose Greinitz, Ida Greinitz, Harry Greinitz, Mr. Buchalter, Malka Goodstein, Abe Goodstein, Mrs. Idelson and Rabbi Idelson, Leah Block, Lena and Ben Grimes, Abe Greinitz, Marcia Greintz, Esther Greinitz, Barton Buchalter, Leah Buchalter, Myer and...
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.
Overview Anne Levitt is seated and is wearing a dress and shoes. She was the daughter of Isadore and Yetta Prezant Levitt and was born in October of 1916. Isadore and Yetta Levitt came from Russia and settled in the Eastern European Jewish neighborhood around West Colfax Avenue in Denver, Colorado. Later Anne Levitt married Morey Marcus.
Overview Formal portrait of Margaret Richman (Piehl) at the age of 9 months. She sits in a chair on an animal pelt and has rings on her fingers and a necklace around her neck. Margaret Richman was born January 12, 1911 and died in Denver in October, 1986.
Overview Bell Tailors' employees and their families picnic in Bergen Park in the Colorado mountains on July 18, 1927. People are holding three signs: ''Bell Tailors Annual Picnic, Bergen Park.'' There are five open-sided tour buses and some of the people are standing on top of one of the buses.
Overview Employees of Bell Tailors and their families picnic in Bergen Park in the Colorado mountains in the 1920s. There are four open-sided tour buses behind the group. A sign reads: ''Bell Tailors Annual Picnic at Bergan [sic] Park.''
Overview Mrs. Moritz Bernstein, her son and daughter Eva and an unidentified woman ride on burros in front of the waterfalls at Seven Falls, Colorado Springs, Colorado, during a tour. Mrs. Bernstein's other son stands behind the group beside a taxidermied elk. All five of the men and women are wearing hats. Moritz Bernstein had a dry goods store in Walsenburg, Colorado, where the family lived and in other southern Colorado towns.