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Grocers

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:

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

 Item
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.
Dates: 2002

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

 Item
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.
Dates: 2002

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

 Item
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.
Dates: circa 1910

Goldstein Family Digitized Photographs

 Collection
Identifier: B393
Overview Moses-Isaac and Faye Rosenthal Goodstein arrived in Denver 1872 after fleeing from Russia Poland to London. Moses-Isaac Goodstein worked for his brother in law Philip Rosenthal in the Swansea Smelting Works and the Denver Rolling Mills. Abraham Grienetz escaped conscription into the Russian Army and moved to Denver. He married Faye Goodstein in 1910 and began a grocery store near the current location of Mile High Stadium. Joe Cohen came from New York’s Lower East side and married Masha in...
Dates: circa 1885-1970

Groussman Grocery (Mercantile Cafe), 2015

 File
Identifier: B112.06.0001.0026
Overview File contains one photo of the exterior of Groussman Grocery, taken in 2015.
Dates: 2015

Joseph Sigman in Grocery Story, between 1900-1910

 Item
Identifier: B300.02.0001.0002.00001
Overview Joseph Sigman and his daughter Sara Sigman Schonbrun are shown inside his grocery store on King and West Colfax, Denver, Colorado. Bread, canned and packaged are on the counters and stacked on shelves. Barrels, bagged and boxed potatoes, a carton of rice, and a stove-pipe heater are on the floor. Joseph Sigman was the father of Louis K. Sigman. This is a reprint of the original photograph.
Dates: between 1900-1910

Label Ginsburg Standing in His Ginsburg's Grocery Store, circa 1925

 Item
Identifier: B063.01.0001.00040
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.
Dates: circa 1925

Max Stein of Pueblo, circa 1932-1949

 File
Identifier: B112.03.0001.0016
Overview File contains three photocopies of articles and advertisements of Max Stein's Grocery Store in Pueblo, Colorado from around 1932-1949.
Dates: circa 1932-1949

Max Strait , 1977

 File
Identifier: B111.09.0009.0017
Overview Max Straight was born in 1906 in Denver. He owned Westerkamp Grocer in Globeville for 25 years and was well loved by the community for his kindness and steadfast support. He passed away in 1982.
Dates: 1977

Sam and Rebecca Jacobs , 1938

 File
Identifier: B111.06.0006.0011
Overview Contains article about robbery at the grocery store owned by Sam Jacobs. Sam and his son Burton were injured after a fight with the armed robber. The Jacobs stopped the robber after they hurled gracery cans and bottles.
Dates: 1938