Subject Source: Library of Congress Name Authority File
Found in 73 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This folder contains convention syllabus for the 9th International Round Dance Convention in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Syllabus contents includes a letter from Mayor Jean Dapreau, clinic and workshop descriptions, and dance cue sheets.
Abstract Contains the original 3-ring binder for 9th convention syllabus, held in Montreal, Quebec. First International convention.
Abstract Typed letter to "Mr. J. Madvinski [Madvinsky], 32 St. Charles Barrommee, Montreal, Can." from Dr. Spivak dated "July 15, 1909" [sic]. Dr. Spivak encourages Mr. Madvinsky to come to Denver and find employment as soon as possible to help his wife be less anxious and to reuinte their family. The letter is not signed but Secretary is typed at the bottom.
Dates: 1909 July 15
Abstract Born in Montreal, Quebec, Donald McIntosh was a lieutenant in the US Army who was killed at the Battle of Little Big Horn in Montana in 1876. Daniel G. Magnussen was a retired military officer, historian, and professor at Stout State University (now University of Wisconsin-Stout). Magnussen transcribed McIntosh's notebook, which he had kept from 1872 until his death in 1876.
Abstract Directory fron Colorado Arlberg Club 1968-1969, Bayshore Directory 1964
Abstract Hebrew Sick Benefit Association of Montreal envelope addressed by hand to "Dr. Foote c/o The Fewish Consumptive Relief Soc. 1421 Court Place, Denver Col." [sic]. Printed on the envelope reads, "If not delivered in 5 days return to H. Feigleson, Sec., 32 St. Chas. Borrommee St., MONTREAL" [sic].
Dates: 1909 March 11
Abstract JCRS envelope reading "The Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society 1421 COURT PLACE, DENVER, COLO." intended for "Mr. J. Madvinski [Mr. J. Madvinsky] 32 St. Charles Barommee St., Montreal, Can." dated Jul 14 - Jul 23, 1909 [sic]. The envelope does not contain a letter, only a note is attached to the envelope that reads, "This letter was returned by the post Office" [sic]. There is a two cent U.S. postage stamp on the envelope, stamped over with black ink. There is also illegible writing on the...
Dates: 1909 July
Abstract Handwritten letter from Dr. H. Abramowitz to Dr. Spivak dated June 2nd 1910. The letter says that Jacob Madvinsky received his Canadian Passport, but there have been problems getting him over the U.S. boarder. Mr. Madvinsky was stopped at Port Huron and sent back to Montreal. The letter further explains that the husband has gone to Calgary, Canada and that his wife will join him there. The letter is signed by H. Abramowitz.
Dates: 1910 June 02