Subject Source: Lcnaf
Found in 126 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Exterior view of Congregation B'nai Jacob synagogue located at 100 E. 2nd St. in Pueblo, Colorado. A sign in front of the building reads: ''For Sale or Lease.''
Dates: between 1940-1970
Overview Contact prints of 35 millimeter roll of film. Images are from Sadie Schwartz Rosenzweig Rosenblatt. Most of the photographs depict various members of Sadie's family posed for formal studio portraits. One photograph shows three Rosenblatt brothers with their bakery wagon in Salt Lake City, Utah. Photographs are identified on a piece of paper included with the image.
Dates: between 1899-1911
Overview Dankmar Adler was a Jewish architect who worked during the 1880s in the Chicago architectural firm Adler and Sullivan; however, little is known about him. Adler partnered with Louis Sullivan on Pueblo, Colorado's, Grand Opera House, which burned down during the winter of 1922.
Dates: 1981 November 18
Overview Dorothy (Dottie) Bernheim Shipman was born in Pueblo, CO in 1918 to Isadore Bernheim and Edith Weil Bernheim David. She was the great-grandaughter of Clara Goldsmith Weil: the first Jewish baby girl born in Colorado. She received her BFA from the University of Denver, married and divoced Clifford Stanely Shipman and moved from Denver to Texas, California, and finally Boise, ID. She was active in working with the ADA to increase accessibility, especially with regards to the hard of hearing. She...
Overview Formal studio portrait of the Emanuel Fist family. Left to right standing are Selma Fist, Ferd Fist, Milton Fist, and Harry Fist and seated are Regina Swike Fist, Lawrence Fist, and Emanuel Fist.
Dates: circa 1905
Overview Emanuel Stein is seated behind a table covered with his Leisure-O brand of frozen seafood, which was sold throughout the Western States starting in 1939. This is a photocopy print.
Dates: circa 1960