Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Advertisements to Sell Personal Library, Insurance, 1969-1978
Series 7 contains bibliographies, by subject, of the personal library of Yourgrau. Also included are appraisals and insurance documents for the library, as well as advertisements and correspondence relative to efforts to sell the library.
Family Learning about Insurance from Business Administration, 1940-1959
Still image of a family with two children looking at insurance papers with an older man. Left to right are: the older gentleman (seated at table), mother holding young girl (standing and leaning over to see papers), and father and young girl (seated at table). Some text in English can be read from the insurance papers: "Money for Emergencies" "Monthly Income" "Annual Report" and other partial words.
Ganz (Gans) Family, 1914-1992
Pincas Ganz (1868-1918) and Sarah Katz Ganz (1877-1962) were both born in Austria and married in 1895 in New York. They settled in Denver during the early 1900s with their three daughters Harriette (Hattie), Minnie, and Jeanette. When Pincas died of influenza in 1918, the family returned to New York to live with Sarah's family, where she worked for New York Life Insurance Co.
Harry Pells Insurance, between 1950-1960
Harry Pells Insurance Agency building with two large signs advertising their insurance. On top of the building is a large neon sign for ''Miller High Life the champagne of bottle beer.''
Harry Pells Papers
Harry Pells was Jewish businessman in Denver, CO. He owned and operated an insurance agency and was an active marine. Harry Pells enlisted in the Army in both WWI and WWII. He was later involved in veterans’ organizations, such as the Jewish War Veterans and the American Legion where he organized a toy drive that sent over 50,000 toys to Europe. Collection contains personal papers, news clippings, pamphlets and, a newsletter related to Harry Pells from 1918 through 1986.
Legislative Letters - HB1224 - Prohibit sale of flight insurance at airport machines, 1967 April
Public relations includes gubernatorial appointments and correspondence. One sub-section of the series contains copies of speeches made by Love, and another contains correspondence written on various legislative matters.
Leo L. Block Papers
Letter from C. Heye to C.D. Spivak, 1912 July 13
Typed letter from C. Heye to C.D. Spivak with information about the insurance policy found with Sam Brody's personal belongings at JCRS. Heye explains that the policy was Simon Brody's but it was not enforced because of a missed payment due June 20th, 1905. He tells Spivak that according to the application for the policy, his sister Miss Matle was living in Lachowicze, Russia but he mentions that he does not know where she resides at the time of writing the letter to Spivak.
Letter from C.D. Spivak to Germania Life Insurance Company, 1912 July 9
Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to Germania Life Insurance Company regarding the policy that was found with Sam Brody's personal belongings at JCRS. Spivak asks the company if they know anything about the name Simon, listed on the policy. He also asks them if they know where Miss Matle is located because she is listed as his sister and beneficiary on the policy.
Letter from C.D. Spivak to M. Berkowitz, 1912 July 9
This series of patient records includes medical reports and histories, statistical data of patients, x-rays, and death certificates. The patient files include applications, correspondence and some may also contain photographs and personal items.