Subject Source: Lcnaf
Found in 132 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Image of the front and back of Henry Roth's Pueblo Police Badge No. 29. The badge on the front shows an eagle with a snake in its mouth, "Pueblo" and "Police" in raised letters, and the number "29." On the back is the rear view of the eagle, a star, and the number "29."
Dates: circa 1912
Overview Jacob Weindling sits in a chair, with his wife Rebecca standing next to him. The couple immagrated to the United States from Poland. In 1937, Jacob Weindling became a Naturalized American Citizen and later Rebecca in 1942. The Weindlings resided in Pueblo, Colorado and were members of B'nai Jacob Temple.
Dates: circa 1911
Overview Formal studio portrait of Regina Swike Fist surrounded by her children. Left to right are back row Milton Fist, Selma Fist Grauman, and Lawrence Fist and front row Ferd Fist, Regina Swike Fist, and Harry Fist.
Dates: circa 1925
Overview Robert (Bob) L. Brown, professor at the University of Colorado and the University of Denver, briefly discusses the books he has written. Brown describes Christmas celebrations during the early parts of Colorado history, starting with one of the first celebrations in Colorado during the 1806 expedition led by Zebulon Montgomery Pike. Brown discusses the Christmas dinner during the John C. Fremont expedition of 1848, the Christmas Day Massacre of 1854 at Fort Nepesta (now known as Pueblo), the...
Dates: Date Not Yet Determined
Overview Belle Marcus stands at the front of the sanctuary speaking to tour attendees at the United Hebrew Center in Pueblo, Colorado during a RMJHS bus trip to Pueblo.
Dates: 1981 June 14