Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This series contains programs, pamphlets, and clippings that relate to Lillian Covillo as a child, a much older adult, and a ballet enthusiast around the world. It includes her funeral program and programs from other ballet companies she may have enjoyed.
Dates: circa 1940-2010
Overview Folder includes 3 obituary clippings about Ernest Loeb from September of 1972, and an August 1971 AMC booklet "New Faces in AMC" that includes a picture of Ernest Loeb.
Feldman Documents, ''112 Mercer Street'', Press and Katherine Williams Correspondence, 2006 March 13-2008 September 5
Overview This folder contains documents procured by the archive after Burton Feldman's death, and the publication of his book ''112 Mercer St.'' once it was completed and edited by Katherine Williams.
Dates: 2006 March 13-2008 September 5
Overview This folder contains photocopies, drafts, and newspaper clippings of obituaries for Burton Feldman.
Overview Rev. Frankl Weimberg was a Demver cantor, mohel, and shochet. He was born in Poland in 1866 and lived for 22 years in Denver before his death in 1930. His widow, Marion, lived in Denver for nearly 40 years and was one of the founders of Beth IsraelHospital and Old Folks Home. She died in 1943.
Overview Fred Zadek Salomon was born April 10, 1830 in Strelno, Poland and opened the first general mercantile house in Denver in 1959. He fought in the Civil War and was instrumental in the formation of Denver as the major city in the what would become the state of Colorado. Fred was involved with the Denver City Water Company, the Denver Chamber of Commerce, the Denver Town Co., Denver Lodge No. 171, B'nai B'rith, the Merchants Protective Association, the Denver Pacific Railroad, and the Denver...
Overview Harry Battock and his family came to Denver from Poland around 1908, and upon arrival Battock worked as a fruit peddler in Denver. The Battock family became an important part of the West Colfax Jewish community of Denver. His son Benjamin Battock graduated high school in 1923, and went on to become a doctor, specializing in anesthesiology. Benjamin Battock died of a heart attack in 1955.
Overview Joe Alpert (1918-1977) was born in Boulder, CO, and was a prominent leader, businessman, and philanthropist in the Denver Jewish community. He founded the General Rose Memorial Hospital in 1945, serving as president from 1951-1956. He dedicated the Joe and Betty Alpert Arthritis Treatment Center at Rose in 1975. Alpert also was a co-founder of Guaranty Bank in 1955.
Overview A large Jewish family emigrated from Wilna, Lithuania. Sam Miller was born in 1872 and died in Wyoming in 1946. The family emigrated when Sam Miller was nine. Sam's brothers Robert Lazar and Joseph Miller also went into the cattle business. Joseph Miller was the father of Israel Miller and the grandfather of Micky Miller. The collection contains newsclippings, and documents relating to Sam Miller's ranch and cattle business. Document includes a brand certificate, loan from Ben Melnick,...