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Peddlers

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

Collage of Cook, Battock, and Hayutin Businesses, between 1900-1930

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Identifier: B063.01.0029.0003.00001
Overview The upper left photograph shows Ida Cook and her daughter standing in front of a house. Harry and Ida Cook owned the Cook's Russian Baths in Denver, Colorado. At night, the Baths served as a mikveh (ritual bath) that was operated for women by Ida Cook. During the day the Baths served as a popular steam bath open to the public, complete with catered kosher meals. The upper right photograph shows Harry Battock, who came to Denver to be treated at the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society, and...
Dates: between 1900-1930

Collage of Greeley Businesses, between 1900-1920

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Identifier: B063.01.0031.0008.00001
Overview Three photographs of Greeley, Colorado businesses. The upper left photograph shows an exterior view of Abe Winograd's poultry business. Painted on the building is ''Poultry wanted at all times'' and pictures of a hen and a rooster. The photograph below shows an exterior view Samuel Pinsky's Coal, Hay, and Feed business. Samuel Pinsky is seated in the driver's seat of a wagon loaded with coal. Main photograph, two men sit in the interior of Montifiore J. Moses' Real Estate and Insurance Co. The...
Dates: between 1900-1920

Growing up in Early Colorado: The Lives of Jewish Children, 1860-1940, 2012

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Identifier: B230.03.0023.00010
Overview Brief biographies of Jewish men and women who grew up in Jewish communities in Colorado. Contains historical photographs and interviews with people describing their childhoods.
Dates: 2012

Harry Battock Family, circa 1912

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Identifier: B063.05.0013.00014
Overview Harry and Rose Battock sit for a formal portrait with four of their children, left to right, Joe, Sophie, Mary, and Ben.
Dates: circa 1912

Israel and Rebecca Kortz, circa 1900

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Identifier: B063.05.0021.00002
Overview Full-length portrait of Israel Kortz in his suit and bowler hat and Rebecca Kortz in a dress and hat. She holds a parasol. The Kortz family originated in Brest Litovsk, Russia, and arrived in Denver, Colorado around 1885. The Kortz family and their descendants contributed to the development of Denver and its Jewish community.
Dates: circa 1900

Shul Baer Milstein Sits with a Long Pipe, circa 1895

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Identifier: B063.08.0039.00001
Overview Shul Baer Milstein, wearing a yarmulke and smoking a long pipe, sits at a table with an open Talmud in front of him. A tapestry hangs on the wall behind his chair. Milstein, who immigrated from Russia, was an early leader in Denver's west side Orthodox Jewish community and in Congregation Zera Abraham. He was also a patriarch of the Cotopaxi Colony, an agricultural community located in Cotopaxi, Colorado that failed in 1884. He was a peddler and later opened his own kosher butcher shop.
Dates: circa 1895

Shul Baer Milstein Sits with a Long Pipe, circa 1895

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Identifier: B063.08.0016.00016
Overview Shul Baer Milstein, wearing a yarmulke and smoking a long pipe, sits at a table with an open Talmud in front of him. A tapestry hangs on the wall behind his chair. Milstein, who immigrated from Russia, was an early leader in Denver's west side Orthodox Jewish community and in Congregation Zera Abraham. He was also a patriarch of the Cotopaxi Colony, an agricultural community located in Cotopaxi, Colorado that failed in 1884. He was a peddler and later opened his own kosher butcher shop.
Dates: circa 1895

Shul Baer Milstein Sits with a Long Pipe, circa 1895

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Identifier: B063.08.0008.00003
Overview Shul Baer Milstein, wearing a yarmulke and smoking a long pipe, sits at a table with an open Talmud in front of him. A tapestry hangs on the wall behind his chair. Milstein, who immigrated from Russia, was an early leader in Denver's west side Orthodox Jewish community and in Congregation Zera Abraham. He was also a patriarch of the Cotopaxi Colony, an agricultural community located in Cotopaxi, Colorado that failed in 1884. He was a peddler and later opened his own kosher butcher shop.
Dates: circa 1895

Shul Baer Milstein Sits with a Long Pipe, circa 1895

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Identifier: B063.08.0008.00005
Overview Shul Baer Milstein, wearing a yarmulke and smoking a long pipe, sits at a table with an open Talmud in front of him. A tapestry hangs on the wall behind his chair. Milstein, who immigrated from Russia, was an early leader in Denver's west side Orthodox Jewish community and in Congregation Zera Abraham. He was also a patriarch of the Cotopaxi Colony, an agricultural community located in Cotopaxi, Colorado that failed in 1884. He was a peddler and later opened his own kosher butcher shop.
Dates: circa 1895