Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 62 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Rose Lenore Cohn Brown and her father Mose Cohn write about the Cohn and Ittleson families. Mose Cohn and his family lived in Carbondale, Colorado from 1890 to 1903. The Ittleson family moved from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and arrived in Kansas around 1886. In 1887, Emma Ittleson married Mose Cohn in Kansas and Rose Lenore was born in 1888. The Cohn family (originally Kimchi) emigrated from Lithuania and settled in Ravana, Kansas. Mose Cohn writes about some of his adventures in the western...
Overview Russian born Samuel D. Bernstein married Lena and had, possibly, seven children: Aron, Harry, Morris, Rose, Bernie Moses, and Shirley; though the census records are confusing. Samuel worked in livestock, hides and wool. Collection contains a draft of “Our Pioneers,” and papers related to the Samuel Bernstein Family from 1980 through 2000 including a brief family tree chart.
Overview Louise Schlesinger Anfenger (1847-1938) was the daughter of Dina and Solomon Schlesinger. She was born in Berlin, Germany and moved with her parents to Denver, CO at a young age. In 1871 she married Louis Anfenger, a successful businessman and founder of the Congregation Emanuel, National Jewish Consumptives Hospital, and the local B'nai B'rith in Denver. The couple and their eight children continued to be very involved with the Jewish community for the rest of their lives.
Overview Charles Murdock Schloss received his engineering degree from the University of Colorado and joined the Lindrooth Engineering company in 1918. His son Charles (Chuck) M. Schloss joined his father at the engineering firm in 1961. He was in the army for five years and was in combat in Korea. In 1984, Chuck Schloss founded the Schloss Engineering Company which specialized in water and wastewater equipment design and manufacturing. His daughter Kristy joined the firm and is now CEO and President of...
Dates: Coverage: 1836-2017
Overview The Treat family moved to Colorado during the later part of the 19th century. Adna Adams Treat, father of Charles A. Treat, passed away in 1900 and is buried in Riverside Cemetary in Denver, Colorado. The collection contains a diary from the year 1864 kept by Charles A. Treat and a scrapbook kept by Mary E. Treat (nickname "Minnie"), Charles A. Treat's wife..
Dates: Majority of material found within 1864-1898; 1864 - 1962
Overview William Weil was the manager of the Fashion Bar stores in Denver, Colorado and president by the time of his retirement. The Fashion Bar was a very successful chain of department stores owned by siblings Jack Levy and Hannah Levy. Collection contains photographs, scrapbooks, foreign currency, diplomas, transcripts, correspondence, resumes, family trees, naval service records, divorce papers, and publications from William Weil (Fashion Bar) from 1920 through 2000.
Dates: c. 1875-2002