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Cripple Creek (Colo.)

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Subject Source: Lcnaf

Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:

Anfenger as Humorist, circa 1905

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Identifier: B091.05.0001.0005.00004
Overview Copy of newspaper article about Senator Milton Louis Anfenger by Thomas M. Hunter. It has a photograph of Senator Anfenger and has three cartons of Milton Anfenger. It has stories of Milton Anfenger's youth, his membership in the Elks and B'nai B'rith, and his service as a Colorado state senator and in the Colorado National Guard in Cripple Creek, Colorado during the 1903-1904 strikes.
Dates: circa 1905

Arline Moehrke for Colorado Reflections

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Identifier: couda-moehrke
Overview Arline Moehrke reflects on her life in Rocky Ford and Cripple Creek and growing up on a farm. Father was known as a machine man in the gold mines, using a jackhammer to drill holes for dynamite to blast. Moehrke discussed the impact of World War I on mining towns. Moehrke discusses the Cripple Creek fire department, mining history of the town, the flu epidemic of 1918, and the Tramway strike in Denver in 1920.
Dates: Date Not Yet Determined

Blazing the Trail: An Early History of Denver’s Jewish Community, 2009

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Identifier: B230.03.0023.00007
Overview Brief description of several early Jewish leaders of commerce, philanthropy, religion, and community as well as several Jewish lawyers, doctors, merchants, and politicians in Colorado.
Dates: 2009

Camp Goldfield, 1903 September 6

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Identifier: B091.01.0002.00001.00003
Overview Tents in front of houses and a building with smoke stacks at Camp Goldfield during the 1903-1904 strike in the Cripple Creek Mining District. Camp Goldfield was below the Portland Mine in Goldfield, Colorado, near Victor, Colorado. Colonel Milton Louis Anfenger was an aide-de-camp to Colorado Governor James H. Peabody and militia Brigadier General Sherman M. Bell during Colorado's response to the 1903-1904 strike. The photograph is on page 37 of Milton Anfenger's scrapbook.
Dates: 1903 September 6

Camp Goldfield and Portland Mine, 1903 October 6

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Identifier: B091.01.0002.00001.00004
Overview Tents at Camp Goldfield during the 1903-1904 strike in the Cripple Creek Mining District. In front of the tents is a railroad bridge, buildings, and a train on railroad tracks. In back of of the tents are buildings, mine dumps, and a building and smokestacks on top of a mountain slope labled ''Portland.'' Camp Goldfield was below the Portland Mine in Goldfield, Colorado, near Victor, Colorado. Colonel Milton Louis Anfenger was an aide-de-camp to Colorado Governor James H. Peabody and militia...
Dates: 1903 October 6

Civilizing the West: Early Colorado Jews in the Arts, 1865-1950, 2011

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Identifier: B230.03.0023.00009
Overview Brief biographies of Jewish artists, musicians, composers, and conductors in Colorado. Jewish influence on arts in Colorado.
Dates: 2011

Colorado Springs and Cripple Creek, 1975 August 17

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Identifier: B229.01.0002.0009
Overview Film shows vacationers and scenes in Cripple Creek and Colorado Springs. Video shows a ride on the Cripple Creek and Victor Narrow Gauge Railroad.
Dates: 1975 August 17

Cripple Creek Jewish Community Members, circa 1895

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Identifier: B063.02.0002.00028
Overview A group of early Jewish residents of Cripple Creek, Colorado, gathered for a social outing in the 1890s. The following are pictured: Sarah Sticker, Mrs. Gus Mautner, Mrs. L. Cohen, Mrs. Rosenberg, Mrs. Max Guldman, Clara Kolm, Dick Cohen, Paula Heller, Anna Segal, Regina Roth, Sadie Levy, May Garrett, Gertie Garrett, Mrs. L. Koretz, Sadie Schradsky, Nathan Segal, Ellis Rosenberg, Louis Koretz, Max Guldman, Morris Cohen, Harry Harris, Joe Cohen, Gus Mautner, Sol Segal, H. Garrett, L....
Dates: circa 1895

First Officers' Call, Camp Goldfield, 1903 September 5

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Identifier: B091.01.0002.00001.00002
Overview Colorado Militia officers posed in front of a tent and buildings at Camp Goldfield during the 1903-1904 strike in the Cripple Creek Mining District. Camp Goldfield was below the Portland Mine in Goldfield, Colorado, near Victor, Colorado. Colonel Milton Louis Anfenger was an aide-de-camp to Colorado Governor James H. Peabody and militia Brigadier General Sherman M. Bell during Colorado's response to the 1903-1904 strike. The photograph is on page 37 of Milton Anfenger's scrapbook.
Dates: 1903 September 5

From Cotopaxi to Denver: Immigrant Jewish Farmers Become American Urban Community Leaders, 2010

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Identifier: B230.03.0023.00008
Overview History of the ill-fated Cotopaxi Colony of Jewish immigrants in Colorado. Brief biographies of the families involved and their contribution to Denver and Colorado after they left the colony.
Dates: 2010