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A Pueblo native, Raich studied to become a rabbi after thirty years as a statistical engineer for CF&I Steel Corp. He had been a lay leader and cantor and had led congregations when Pueblo was between rabbis.
Image shows the aftermath of the June 1921 flood on Union Avenue. The man stading at the far left holding a shove is Mendel "Emanuel" Ambrus. His store is in the light colored building with the "Wholesale" sign near the top. Men, mules, and horses are clearing Union Avenue.
View of the aftermath of the Flood of 1921 in Pueblo from the corner of Grand Ave and Victoria. Men can be seen cleaning in the background and a cart of dead horses is in the foreground.
The image shows Emanuel Epstein Ambrus and his grown children. Emanuel Ambrus began using Epstein when he came to the United States. Before she moved to Pueblo, his mother had stayed with a daughter in Alabama whose married name was Epstein. Emanuel Ambrus was known as "Mr. Eppy" or "Dad Eppy." From left to right are Aubrey Ambrose, Marion Ambrose Goodman, Emanuel "Dad Eppy" Epstein Ambrus, Malka "Millie" Ambrose Grossman, Albert Ambrose, and Jacob (Jay) Ambrose.