Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 62 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Book entitled "A Legacy of Caring: The Mizel, Myers, Studna, and Markovitz Families" by Dr. Jeanne Abrams. Book done in a scrapbook style with lots photographs, artifacts, captions and historical notes. Book includes CD.
Found in: Special Collections and Archives
Scope and Contents Copy of Hesperus, April 1, 1892; Diploma (with photo) Charles Armstrong Mantz, B Phil. 1894 in Maroon leather folder; ribbon low of school colors; Certificate issued to Carrie Eleanor Armstrong indicating completion of Prep School signed by A. B. Hyde, John Evans, Wm Mills(?); 10 Misc photos; 1 clipping " will Iliff's women's drill team"; 1 packet of "Mystic Albums";note and several pages of information from Miss Anna E. Mantz
Overview Ida Hurwitz wrote family stories and other historical articles, which were published in The Jewish Digest and the Denver Post. One story she wrote was "We'll Go a Little to the Baths" was about mothers and children going to the baths in Idaho Springs for the summer. Some of stories were published and some are typed copies.
Overview The Barenbloom family immigrated to the United States from Russia around the turn of the 20th century and settled in New York. Avram Shloime Barenbloom was one of these settlers, and six of his children moved to Denver, Colorado. Chava Barenbloom and her husband Jacob Boscowitz established the Star Bakery in Denver. The Barenbloom Family Reunion was held in Denver, Colorado, on June 26-27, 1982.
Overview Raymond Stone compiled and edited a book on the Chepelevskys of Slonim, the Eisenstadts of Telechan, and the Vernikovskys of Slonim. He has sketches of various family members and a family tree back to the 1800s in the book. Also in the collection is a folder with a family tree of the Eisenstadt family that goes back to about 1417, a two-page success story by Ray Stone, and a Stone/Eisenstat/Chappell Family roster.
Overview Elbert Emil Bidwell (Class of 1945) and Beverly Adams Bidwell (BBA, 1947) attended the University of Denver and were very active in various student organizations. The Bidwell Family Papers consist of certificates, paddles, plaques, medals and pins, and other memorabilia relating to their activities as students at DU.
File — Box B162.01.0001: Series B162.01; Series B162.02 [U186020736126]
File — Box B319.01.0001: Series B319.01 [U186020736516]
File — Box B123.01.0001: Series B123.01 [U186020742981]