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Grocery trade

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:

A Grocery Store on Every Corner: A Century of Jewish Grocers in Colorado, 1859-1959, 2002

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Identifier: B230.03.0013.00002
Overview Brief biographies of Jewish grocers and histories of groceries in Colorado, the Jewish community, and Colorado. Contains historical photographs and interviews with grocers and with people who knew some of the early grocers.

A Grocery Store on Every Corner: A Century of Jewish Grocers in Colorado, 1859-1959, 2002

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Identifier: B230.03.0013.00008
Overview Brief biographies of Jewish grocers and histories of groceries in Colorado, the Jewish community, and Colorado. Contains historical photographs and interviews with grocers and with people who knew some of the early grocers.

A Grocery Store on Every Corner: Early Colorado Jewish Grocery, 2002

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Identifier: B230.03.0023.00001
Scope and Contents From the File: Contains DVDs created by Dr. Jeanne Abrams: A Grocery Store on Every Corner: Early Colorado Jewish Grocers; And Justice You Shall Pursue: Early Colorado Jewish Lawyers; A Legacy of Caring: Early Colorado Jewish Women 1860-1930 (2 copies); From Peddlers to Merchant Princes: Early Colorado Jewish Entrepreneurs; Blazing the Trail: An Early History of Denver's Jewish Community; Growing Up in Early Denver: The Lives of Jewish Children 1860-1940; At Home on the Range: Colorado Jewish Cowboys,...

Annie Miller and Daughters in Front of Orlinsky Cash Grocery and Meat Market, circa 1910

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Identifier: B063.01.0017.00005
Overview The Miller Family stands in front of the Orlinsky Cash Grocery and Meat Market. Annie Orlinsky Miller stands behind her daughters, Sarah and Celia. The store was located on 8th Avenue and Mariposa Street in Denver, Colorado. Annie Miller helped support her family by operating her own store.

Bloomfield Fish Market, 1920 July 11

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Identifier: B063.01.0009.00060
Overview Newspaper pictorial section from the Rocky Mountain News, Denver, CO, Sunday, July 11, 1920. Collage of pictures showing people at the Sam Bloomfield Fish Market, which catered to east European Jewish immigrants on Denver's West Side.

Ed Green standing in Green's Dry Goods Store, Antonito, Colo., circa 1915

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Identifier: B063.01.0009.00053
Overview Ed Green stands at the right of the store wearing a hat and three-piece suit. One customer and four salesman pose in front of the counters and stacks of dry goods. Green's Dry Goods Store was located in Antonito, Colorado.

Exterior of Leopold Mayer's Bank and Dry Goods Store in Saguache, Colorado, circa 1885

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Identifier: B063.01.0001.00041
Overview A group of men stand on the wood sidewalk in front of a row of buildings. A sign reads, "Gotthelf & Mayer Bank, Dry Goods and Clothing, Groceries" and other signs read, "Saguache County Bank", "Gotthelf & Mayer" and "Ruby Saloon". Leopold Mayer began as a shoe and boot merchant.

Exterior of M. Wise Store, Trinidad, Colo., circa 1860

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Identifier: B063.01.0009.00052
Overview The exterior of the M. Wise Store in Trinidad, Colorado, is shown with three men standing in front of the door before an unpaved street. The sign above the door reads, "M. Wise and Co." and advertises dry goods, clothing, liquor, and groceries. Three men stand further down the street. Maurice Wise may have been the first Jewish merchant in Trinidad.

Exterior of Orlinsky Grocery Store, between 1908-1912

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Identifier: B063.01.0017.00004
Overview Exterior of Orlinsky's Cash Grocery and Meat Market. There is a large Quaker Oats advertisement on the side of the building and three people are standing between two trees in front of the entrance. The grocery store was at 8th and Mariposa in Denver, Colorado.

Interior of Londoner's Store, Denver, Colo., circa 1890

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Identifier: B063.01.0009.00051
Overview Canned goods and staples inside the Londoner Store located at 15th Avenue and Arapahoe Street in Denver, Colorado. The Londoner grocery store was owned by Wolfe Londoner, mayor of Denver from 1889 to 1891.