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Greeley (Colo.)

 Subject
Subject Source: Lcnaf

Found in 87 Collections and/or Records:

Abe Winograd Holding Nina Judd, 1943

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Identifier: B266.05.0003.00001
Overview Abe Windograd holding a baby in front of a house at 502 10th street in Greeley, Colorado. The baby is Nina Judd, granddaughter of Abe Winograd. A bicycle is leaning against the frame house.
Dates: 1943

Abe Winograd in Israel, circa 1948

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Identifier: B266.05.0003.00005
Overview Abe Winograd is sitting with others on a lawn in Israel. He is sitting at the left in a group of five people. Abraham Winograd was born in Poland in 1885, coming to the United States in 1909, and moving to Greeley, Colorado in 1916. He was a junk dealer, peddler, and founder of Winograd Poultry. He aslo was a founder of Beth Israel Congregation in Greeley.
Dates: circa 1948

Beth Israel Congregation (Greeley, Colo.) Records

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Identifier: B126
Overview Most of Greeley's early Jews were Orthodox and services were held in private homes until 1925 when Beth Israel Congregation was formed in Greeley, Colorado and houses were rented for services. In 1952 Beth Israel had it's first synagogue when it purchased a former church in 1952 and incorporated in June 1953. Among the leaders of the Congregation were members of the Winograd family. Abe Winograd was Collection contains financial records, correspondence, administrative records, programs,...
Dates: 1948-2019

Bob Ruyle interview, 2003 February 6

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Identifier: CSUruyle
Overview Zack Weingartner interviews Bob Ruyle in Greeley, Colorado on February 6, 2003. Mr. Ruyle discusses municipal, agricultural, and recreational water use, and the conflicts between the different uses, of the Cache la Poudre River. He also talks about his experiences on the City of Greeley Water Board, and his work as a lawyer specializing in water rights in Greeley.
Dates: 2003 February 6; Digitization: 2006 July 19

Box 1, 1952-1968

 File — Box B160.01.0001: Series B160.01 [U186020758665]
Identifier: B160.01.0001
Overview The Hebrew Progressive Club was organized as a social and charitable organization by recent Jewish immigrants in Greeley, Colorado. It was formed around 1920 and included men and women. The club became a woman's organization and supported such causes as The Children's Campaign, American Medical Center, Beth Israel Hospital in Denver, National Jewish Hospital and the Jewish Home for Asthmatic Children. An auxiliary was formed as part of the Sisterhood of Beth Israel Synagogue in Greeley, which...
Dates: 1952-1968

Collage of Greeley Businesses, between 1900-1920

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Identifier: B063.01.0031.0008.00001
Overview Three photographs of Greeley, Colorado businesses. The upper left photograph shows an exterior view of Abe Winograd's poultry business. Painted on the building is ''Poultry wanted at all times'' and pictures of a hen and a rooster. The photograph below shows an exterior view Samuel Pinsky's Coal, Hay, and Feed business. Samuel Pinsky is seated in the driver's seat of a wagon loaded with coal. Main photograph, two men sit in the interior of Montifiore J. Moses' Real Estate and Insurance Co. The...
Dates: between 1900-1920

Colorado State College of Education at Greeley (UNC), 1953 August 13

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Identifier: M077.03.0002.0014
Scope and Contents From the Series: Series 3 contains copies of speeches given by Jack Foster over a period of almost thirty years.
Dates: 1953 August 13

David Martin oral history interview

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Identifier: CSUmartin
Overview David Martin is interviewed in Greeley, Colorado.
Dates: Date Not Yet Determined

Eleanor Winograd in Nurse's Costume, circa 1919

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Identifier: B266.05.0003.00010
Overview Eleanor Winograd is standing dressed in a Purim nurse's costume. She is standing by a tree, leaves on on the ground and there is a house in the background. Eleanor Winograd Judd grew up in Greeley, Colorado.
Dates: circa 1919

First Greeley Synagogue, between 1970-1980

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Identifier: B063.06.0006.00002
Overview Exterior view of the building used as the first synagogue in Greeley, Colorado.
Dates: between 1970-1980