Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Documents representing the lineage of a person or persons in tabular or diagrammatic form. Use for: Family trees
Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract The Barenbloom family immigrated to the United States from Russia around the turn of the 20th century and settled in New York. Avram Shloime Barenbloom was one of these settlers, and six of his children moved to Denver, Colorado. Chava Barenbloom and her husband Jacob Boscowitz established the Star Bakery in Denver. The Barenbloom Family Reunion was held in Denver, Colorado, on June 26-27, 1982.
Abstract Raymond Stone compiled and edited a book on the Chepelevskys of Slonim, the Eisenstadts of Telechan, and the Vernikovskys of Slonim. He has sketches of various family members and a family tree back to the 1800s in the book. Also in the collection is a folder with a family tree of the Eisenstadt family that goes back to about 1417, a two-page success story by Ray Stone, and a Stone/Eisenstat/Chappell Family roster.
Dates: Other: 1993-2002
File — Box B123.01.0001: Series B123.01 [Barcode: U186020742981]
Abstract According to Horace Waters, the family of Meyers Harris was in Boulder during the 1870s and 1880s. He and his wife Jeanett had four daughters (Anna, Sarah, Etta, Rebecca), all of whom were born in Michigan before the family moved to Colorado. The families of Benjamin, Moses, and George B. Holstein were in Boulder and Blackhawk during the 1870s and 80s, where they were involved in the clothing and mining industries (specifically the Cohen Lode).
Abstract The Cree and Weiser families were associated both as pioneers in Georgetown, Colorado and as early supporters of the University of Denver. John Cree (1810-1893) was a Methodist minister, a founding trustee of the University of Denver (Colorado Seminary), and Postmaster of Georgetown. Dr. Reuben Bossart Weiser (1846-1922) was a Colorado State Senator, Georgetown dentist, and Dean of D.U. Dental College. The papers contain biographical and genealogical material about those men and their...
Abstract Edward Silverberg was born in 1894 in Denver, Colorado and graduated from Colorado College of Dental Surgery. After serving in the army during World War I, he began his dental practice in Denver, where he was affectionately known as "Dr. Ed." He also served in World War II and was retired as a colonel in 1954. He worked actively in the Reserve Officers Association. He volunteered in many charitable and community organizations, including B'nai B'rith, Ex-Patients Home, and was a founder and...
Scope and Contents One folder contains wedding invitation for Benjamin and Clara Drefoos (1873), wedding invitation for Edna Wisebart (1912), 1896 Masons card for Benjamin W. Wisebart, Drefoos family history (1996), Jacobs and Wisebart Family Tree, memorial to Rosetta Wisebart (1918) by the Council of Jewish Women, and copy of a 1881 advertisement for Ben Wisebart The Wide Awake Clothier on Larimer Street. Second folder contains Marriage Certificate for Edna Wisebart and Harry L. Wohlgemuth, dated October 6,...
Abstract Freda Cohen and Charles Wanger were married in Rocky Ford in 1931. Both came from large Jewish Russian immigrant families. They moved to Denver after the birth of their three children.