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 12 Collections and/or Records:
Overview 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.
File — Box B123.01.0001: Series B123.01 [U186020742981]
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,...
Scope and Contents A Family Tree from Henry's mothers’ side and several documents pertaining to the unpublished memoir Henry was working on. Memoir documents included correspondence, a table of contents page, synopsis of each chapter, summary, some biographical information, and correspondence on a trip Henry and his wife Deborah took to Estonia to research his mothers' roots.
Overview 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.
Overview Copy of the Judd (Judelovitz or Judelowitz) Family Tree edited by Stanley H. Judd in 1992. A newer version of this family tree can be found in Box 2 of Winograd Judd Family Papers, B266. Judd family tree included because Joe Bernstein married Estelle (Esther) Pollock, a Judd family descendant.
Overview The first letter on the front page is from Etta Deutsch of the Jewish Social Service Bureau to JCRS. Deutsch tells JCRS that in 1910 JCRS cared for patient Morris Javitz. Deutsch asks JCRS if they can confirm if their family history records are correct. Deutsch asks if the name of Javitz’s wife is Elizabeth and if his children’s names are Isidor, Isabelle, and Max. She also asks JCRS to provide a report about what it was like to care for Mr. Javitz. In particular, she asks how long Javitz was...
Overview File contains a copy of a handwritten family tree diagram. The family tree starts with the Quiat Family, and includes extended family including Garlett, Bricker, Kipmus, Baker, Thalenberg, Dersofi, Perlman, Wechter, Musial, Goodman, and Glasser.