Family-owned business enterprises
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: USE FOR: Business enterprises, Family-owned; Family business; Family businesses; Family enterprises; Family firms
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
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.
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.
Overview The newspaper article spotlights the Siegel family and the Oil Company. Ben Siegel and his sons Arnold and Larry Siegel are featured. The article gives the history of the Siegel Oil Company, beginning in 1927.
Overview Members of the Fried family stand in front of the Fried's Picture Frame Factory in Denver, Colorado. Kate, Bela and Eugene Fried are standing behind an iron fence while Bela and Kate's daughters, Bertha, Mary and Sally are in front of the fence. A large sign reads, ''Fried's Picture Frame Factory, Frames Made to Order, 4 cents a foot and up, Come In and See Our Stock''.
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.
Overview Members of the Boscowitz and Rubin families stand in the Star Bakery store surrounded by loaves of bread. Pictured from left to right are Rudy Boscowitz (Boscoe), Elya (Eli) Rubin, Eva Boscowitz Rubin and Sam Boscowitz (Boscoe). Located at 2744 West Colfax in Denver, Colorado, the Star Bread Company (operating as Star Bakery) was founded by East European immigrants Eva and Jacob Boscowitz in 1907. After her husband's death in 1909, Eva Boscowitz continued to operate the store, later marrying...
Overview Label Ginsburg is standing in front of Ginsburg's grocery counter wearing a suit and bowler hat. Canned and dry goods are displayed on the shelves as well as a large sign for Hills Brothers Coffee. The store was located at 1401 Grove St., Denver, Colorado in Denver's Westside Colfax Jewish community. When a sign painter made a mistake and spelled the Ginsberg surname with a "u" instead of an "e," Label changed the family name to Ginsburg.