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Clothing trade

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:

Appel Family and Clothing Store Papers

Identifier: B108
Abstract Simon Appel was born in Hungary in 1830 and died in Denver in 1912. He immigrated to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1848, becoming a successful tailor. Simon Appel married Hanna Greenwald in 1851. Their son David Edward Appel, born in Philadelphia in 1853, went to Cheyenne, Wyoming, in 1871 and moved to Denver that same year.David Appel had worked for his father to learn the tailoring trade and began “The Clothing House” when he moved to Denver. Simon and his eldest son Jacob came to Denver in...
Dates: 1881-1967

Bernstein Family Papers

Identifier: B338
Abstract Samuel and Heloise Bernstein moved from New York before their only child, Leonard, was born in Denver. Samuel worked in retail clothing. Leonard worked for Denver and Rio Grande RR for over 50 years. Most of the documents center around Heloise, Samuel and Leonard. Collection contains marriage announcements and certificates, death certificates, military certificates, postcards, photographs, and scrapbooks related to the Bernstein family from 1893 through 1966.
Dates: 1890-1992

Box 1, circa 1970

 File — Box B378.01.0001: Series B378.01 [Barcode: U186023257252]
Identifier: B378.01.0001
Scope and Contents Contains garment bag and hanger from Squire Shop. Black plastic bag with the logo of two lions and a crown and lettering "Squire Shop Cherry Creek." There is zipper down the center of the front and a small plastic peep hole. The bag is 100 x 60 centimeters. The wooden hanger has a sticker "Squire Shop at Cherry Creek."
Dates: circa 1970

Box 13, 1938-1993

 File — Box B097.01.0013: Series B097.01 [Barcode: U186020759302]
Identifier: B097.01.0013
Abstract (1) framed photo of Fashion Bar store front; (1) bound ledger of cash receipts and disbursements; (1) framed photo of Levy hometown in Germany; Fashion Bar shopping center plan; (4) loose black and white photos of Levys; (1) stencil portrait of Hannah Levy.
Dates: 1938-1993

Exterior of Leopold Mayer's Bank and Dry Goods Store in Saguache, Colorado, circa 1885

Identifier: B063.01.0001.00041
Abstract A group of men stand on the wood sidewalk in front of a row of buildings. A sign reads, "Gotthelf & Mayer Bank, Dry Goods and Clothing, Groceries" and other signs read, "Saguache County Bank", "Gotthelf & Mayer" and "Ruby Saloon". Leopold Mayer began as a shoe and boot merchant.
Dates: circa 1885

Exterior of the Lutz Overall Factory, between 1905-1910

Identifier: B063.01.0017.00015
Abstract Exterior of the Lutz Overall Factory on Larimer Street in Denver, Colorado. There is a large group of employees standing in front of the factory. Leon Obodov (8th from left) was manager at the time. The factory employed many immigrant Jews during the early part of the 20th century.
Dates: between 1905-1910

Exterior of the Meyer Dry Goods Store in Fort Collins, Colo. with Ida Meyer Seated in Front of the Building, 1908

Identifier: B063.01.0009.00048
Abstract Two window displays and the words "The Meyer Store" appear at the bottom of the windows. Ida Meyer sits in front of the door in a long dress. She is seated next to a young boy (unidentified). The store was established by Ida's husband Sam Meyer in Fort Collins, Colorado in 1905. Ida and Sam Meyer were married in 1908 and both became active in the town's civic and social life.
Dates: 1908

Exterior of The Meyer Store in Fort Collins, between 1935-1950

Identifier: B063.01.0009.00046
Abstract Exterior of Sam Meyer's Store in Fort Collins, Colorado. There are two large display windows, each flanking the entrance. Various women's fashions are on display in the windows.
Dates: between 1935-1950

Exterior of The Meyer Store in Fort Collins, between 1935-1950

Identifier: B063.01.0009.00045
Abstract Exterior of Sam Meyer's Store in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Dates: between 1935-1950

Fashion Bar and Levy Family Papers

Identifier: B097
Abstract Siblings Hannah, Jack and Edward Levy immigrated to America in the 1920s. Jack Levy came to America in 1923, headed to Denver, and began working at his uncle's business, Hilb and Company. Edward Levy reached Denver in 1925 and also started working for Hilb and Company, eventually becoming the president. After working in New York City for 20 months at menial jobs, Hannah moved to Denver in the fall of 1927. Jack started as a traveling salesman for the Hilb company and Hannah as a shop-girl at...
Dates: 1938-1993; Coverage: 1900-1993